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(Reuters) - Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta feared who he might have infected when he tested positive for coronavirus, but said on Thursday he has completed his recovery and is ready to return to work with the Premier League side.
PARIS (Reuters) - Outside a Paris retirement home on Wednesday, a director rushed out and told the man delivering a coffin to use a side entrance, away from prying eyes.
CARACAS (Reuters) - On March 13, Melquiades Avila, an indigenous leader and journalist in the remote Venezuelan state of Delta Amacuro, asked on his popular Facebook account: "Will our hospital be ready for coronavirus?"
Isolated with his family at home in San Francisco, Uber chief executive officer Dara Khosrowshahi has been making pleading phone calls to members of Congress. Khosrowshahi is asking for a bailout – not for his company, which has told investors it should have at least US$4bil (RM17.54bil) in cash by the end of the year – but for its idle drivers.
With legacy systems like email now creaking under the strain of work-from-home edicts, the time has come to leap into the future.
BEIJING (Xinhua): China stands ready to work with France to push for closer cooperation within multilateral frameworks, joint control of Covid-19 and better global health governance, Chinese President Xi Jinping said Monday (March 23) night in a phone conversation with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Phone calls to the U.S. military health system nurse advice line have increased by about 500 percent in just the past few days amid the fast-spreading coronavirus, the director of the Defence Health Agency said on Thursday.
HONG KONG (Reuters): A hedge fund manager in Hong Kong has publicly apologised after a parody video of him licking his finger and wiping it on a hand rail in a metro car went viral, sparking anger in the city which is grappling to contain an outbreak of the new coronavirus.
HONG KONG (AFP): With commercial airlines engulfed by the maelstrom of the coronavirus pandemic one sector of the industry favoured by the wealthy is thriving: private jets.
Officials in Austria and Italy are starting to use location data transmitted by mobile phones to determine the effectiveness of their coronavirus lockdowns.