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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian researchers said on Thursday they expect to roll out wide testing of raw sewage for the presence of coronavirus within weeks to help pinpoint communities at risk, after a successful regional pilot.
Some complain about joggers panting on passers-by. Others wonder what to do when they overhear drunken partygoers rejecting quarantine measures. Still more question whether people they see in the street are really on “essential” business.
(Reuters) - Batting great Sachin Tendulkar famously said "if people throw stones at you, turn them into milestones" -- a motto almost perfectly encapsulated by the cricket career of Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The Jakarta administration is cooperating with the Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology and the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) to provide hospitals with supplies of convalescent plasma in the capital to help treat severe Covid-19 cases.
SEOUL (Reuters) - A former North Korean diplomat has won a parliamentary seat in South Korea's swankiest district, four years after fleeing a London embassy and defecting to the South.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): The Chinese Academy of Sciences announced on April 9 that its biomedical institute in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, had created a nucleic acid test kit that could produce results in just 45 minutes.
TOKYO (Bloomberg): With Japan in its second week under a state of emergency, the latest data suggests that a "lockdown" without legal power has still been able to contain citizens' movements somewhat, offering some tentative encouragement for the country's bid to slow the coronavirus
BEIJING, April 16 (China Daily/ANN) Experts said it is unfair and unreasonable to say that China should have acted earlier and more decisively against the COVID-19 outbreak because it is a brand-new disease that scientists barely understand and existing knowledge is constantly evolving.
SEOUL (AFP): South Korea's left-leaning ruling party has won a landslide election victory, partial results showed Thursday (Apri; 16), after the coronavirus pandemic turned the political tide in President Moon Jae-in's favour.
(Reuters) - U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren said on Wednesday that she would accept an offer to be Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's running mate if the position were offered.