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Bonnie Russolillo is one of millions of Americans forced by the pandemic to buy groceries online. The experience was better than she expected – the broccoli crowns were perfect and she was mostly pleased with the substitutions for out-of-stock items.
On the Friday before Memorial Day, a six-foot long, red-and-white drone took off from a field in Kannapolis, North Carolina, flew fifteen miles west over suburban Charlotte to Novant Health’s Huntersville Medical Center, and dropped a box of protective masks in a designated spot next to the parking lot.
In the past four years, the United Arab Emirates has grown a small but rising share of its own organic tomatoes, aiming to shore up food security in an import-dependent desert country.
Britain’s mobile phone app for tracking coronavirus infections has been delayed by bureaucracy and the addition of more symptoms to monitor, according to a person familiar with the matter – who said they expected the government to abandon it in favour of the model backed by Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google.
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Family’s long quest to find their boy ends with tearful reunion that brings to close one of the country’s most notorious missing child cases. Mao Yin went missing in the northwestern city of Xian in 1988 but his parents never gave up their quest to find him.
The more I read and hear about what offices will be like as they reopen, the more dystopian it sounds: empty desks, no meetings, everyone keeping their distance from one another.
María Figueroa struggles to educate her children remotely amid a coronavirus lockdown, in technology-challenged Venezuela.
Maria Avadanei is exhilarated: after receiving a tablet as a donation, she can finally take her online lessons.
As Colombia enters its eighth week of coronavirus lockdown, street vendor Luis Duarte worries that his teenage daughter might not finish her school year now that her classes have moved online.