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In our own way, each of us will have to come to terms with how Covid-19 has upended life as we knew it.
NEW DELHI/KOLKATA (Reuters) - When Satyaki Mitra's father developed a mild fever in mid-March, the graduate student in Philadelphia wasn't especially worried. He told his 57-year-old father, living in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, to get tested for the new coronavirus.
Growing up in a family where both parents are abusive has taken its toll on the children, especially the eldest one.
VIRTUALLY blind and penniless, Leung Ping-kuen usually spends his nights dozing in one of Hong Kong’s many 24-hour McDonald’s but now finds himself back on the streets because of the Covid-19 outbreak.
PETALING JAYA: Denmark doubles shuttler Mads Conrad-Petersen is set to call it a day on his illustrious 13-year career.
WUHAN (AFP): The Chinese city of 11 million people that was Ground Zero for what became the global coronavirus pandemic partly reopened on Saturday (March 28) after more than two months of almost total isolation.
"Makcik Kiah" was used in the prime minister's speech to represent the everyday Malaysian working hard to make ends meet during the MCO.
Experiencing heartbreak and hardships in childhood is linked to physical and mental health issues in later life.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland's prime minister told citizens to stay home until April 12 to help slow the spread of coronavirus, only leaving to shop for groceries, for brief individual physical exercise or to make family visits that are absolutely essential.
KIRKLAND, Wash. (Reuters) - Doug Briggs put on a surgical gown, blue gloves and a powered respirator with a hood. He headed into the hospital room to see his mother - to tell her goodbye.