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BEIJING (Reuters): The Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicentre of China's coronavirus outbreak, plans to conduct citywide nucleic acid testing over a period of 10 days, according to an internal document seen by Reuters and two sources familiar with the situation.
BERLIN/PARIS (Reuters) - Global alarm was sounded on Monday over a potential second wave of coronavirus cases after Germany, relatively successful in slowing the outbreak, reported that infections had accelerated again after the first tentative steps to ease a lockdown.
BEIJING: Wuhan, the epicentre of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak in China reported on Monday (May 11), its first cluster of infections since a lockdown on the central Chinese city was lifted a month ago, stoking concerns of a wider resurgence of the disease.
SHANGHAI: The Shanghai Disneyland theme park reopened to visitors with controlled capacity on Monday (May 11), after the Covid-19 (coronavirus) epidemic in China became more subdued. The resort was closed in late January due to the outbreak.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Thousands of visitors streamed into Shanghai Disneyland on Monday for the first time in three months as the Chinese park became the first reopened by Walt Disney Co
SHANGHAI: Shanghai Disneyland is set to become the first Walt Disney Co theme park to reopen after the coronavirus-related closure as China embarks on a steady path to normalcy in daily life and business activity.
HONG KONG (AP): Asian stock markets gained Wednesday (May 6) as hopes for a global economic recovery rose after more governments eased anti-virus controls.
SHANGHAI (China Daily/ANN): Disney announced it will reopen its Shanghai parks on May 11 during an investors relations call on Tuesday (May 5).
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The organisers of the Oscars said on Tuesday that films released only on streaming platforms or video on demand while movie theatres are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic would be eligible for Academy Awards next year.
(Reuters) - Fewer than half of Americans plan to go to sports events, concerts, movies and amusement parks when they reopen to the public until there is a proven coronavirus vaccine, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Tuesday.