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LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One plans to start its delayed 2020 season without spectators in Austria in July before ending in Abu Dhabi in December after races in Asia and the Americas, chairman and CEO Chase Carey said on Monday.
SINGAPORE: The Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic will cause the global economy to shrink 4% in 2020, according to a Bloomberg Economics estimate that assumes a recovery starts in the second half of the year.
Big Tech firms set to report quarterly results in the coming days are facing the challenge of spotlighting their roles battling the coronavirus pandemic without seeming as though they are cashing in on upheaval from the health crisis.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's number of reported cases of the coronavirus has risen by 214 to 9,096, health ministry official Achmad Yurianto said on Monday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish authorities on Monday prepared to further loosen one of Europe's toughest coronavirus lockdowns and played down concerns that letting children outdoors after six weeks had led to crowds forming in public spaces.
WUHAN: Hubei, the province hardest hit by the coronavirus in central China, was cleared of confirmed Covid-19 (coronavirus) disease cases on Sunday, the provincial health commission said Monday (April 27).
HANOI: Three more Vietnamese people have tested positive again for Covid-19 (coronavirus) after a full recovery, Vietnam News Agency reported on Monday (April 27). The total number of Covid-19 patients retested positive after recovery in the country has reached eight as of Monday noon (April 27).
Covid-19: China’s mobile traffic up 40% in March as information consumption surges amid coronavirus pandemic
Mobile data traffic volume for March jumped 39.3% from the same period a year ago. Monthly active users of telecommuting and online education services were up 29% and 30.1% respectively in March.
NEW DELHI/DHAKA (Reuters) - More than 500 garment factories in Bangladesh that supply to global brands reopened on Monday after a month-long shutdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus, while in India calls grew for an easing of its lockdown which has caused deep economic pain.
Microsoft's chief technology officer, Kevin Scott, oversees thousands of engineers and scientists working in artificial intelligence, computer science and other research. But right now he's laser-focused on the Covid-19 pandemic.