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MUMBAI (Reuters) - Hospitals in Maharashtra are running short of beds, piped oxygen and a key anti-viral drug as a second wave of coronavirus infections has swamped India's richest state, doctors and patients' families said.
PSI hits unhealthy level with high concentration of ozone in northern Singapore as 12 imported Coivd-19 cases reported
Air quality hit unhealthy levels again in the northern parts of Singapore on Sunday (March 28) evening, because of high concentrations of ozone, according to the National Environment Agency's (NEA) website.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian authorities accelerated recovery efforts and cancelled more than a dozen flood evacuation warnings on Friday as water levels that have caused widespread damage across the country's east receded.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The founder of BioNTech, partner with Pfizer in making one of the first coronavirus vaccines to be approved for use, is optimistic that the virus will be under control in most European countries by the end of the summer despite a faltering vaccine roll-out.
PETALING JAYA: The unstoppable streak of the oil price rally may seem like the end of the tunnel is near for the oil and gas (O&G) sector.
AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) - Rishabh Pant launched a spectacular late assault in his flamboyant 101 to put India in charge of the fourth and final test against England in Ahmedabad on Friday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German business groups expressed dismay on Thursday after Chancellor Angela Merkel and state leaders agreed a gradual easing of coronavirus curbs but added an "emergency brake" to reimpose restrictions if case numbers get out of control.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany is entering a new phase of the coronavirus pandemic in which a staged reopening of society is possible, Chancellor Angela Merkel said, but added that an "emergency brake" will let authorities reimpose curbs if case numbers get out of control.
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BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel and German state leaders have agreed a phased easing of coronavirus curbs along with an "emergency brake" to let authorities reimpose restrictions if case numbers spike again.