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TOKYO (Reuters) - Supercomputer-driven models simulated in Japan suggested that operating commuter trains with windows open and limiting the number of passengers may help reduce the risk of coronavirus infections, as scientists warn of airborne spread of the virus.
GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization on Tuesday acknowledged "evidence emerging" of the airborne spread of the novel coronavirus, after a group of scientists urged the global body to update its guidance on how the respiratory disease passes between people.
The Polish movie centres around a mafia boss who kidnaps a young woman and gives her 365 days to fall in love with him.
GENEVA/CHICAGO (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) is reviewing a report urging it to update guidance on the novel coronavirus after more than 200 scientists, in a letter to the health agency, outlined evidence the virus can spread in tiny airborne particles.
Singapore (The Straits Times/ANN): Many are seeking new safety guidelines from WHO but local experts say no cause for panic
SEOUL, July 6 (Korea Herald/ANN): The Covid-19 (coronavirus) spreading in South Korea now has its origin in Europe and the US, health authorities said on Monday.
PSKOV, Russia (Reuters) - A Russian court pronounced journalist Svetlana Prokopyeva guilty of justifying terrorism on Monday, but unexpectedly let her off with a fine, ending a trial her supporters said illustrated growing censorship.
For years, Facebook Inc brushed off complaints from civil rights groups that it didn’t do enough to combat racism, discrimination and voter suppression flourishing on its site. Now, pressure from a boycott by major advertisers is forcing the social media giant to address their concerns.
The new decade has spelt the end for some tech products and services. We bid goodbye to these once-popular solutions, as they will no longer be available after 2020.
(Reuters) - Hundreds of scientists say there is evidence that the novel coronavirus in smaller particles in the air can infect people and are calling for the World Health Organization to revise recommendations, the New York Times reported on Saturday.