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Doctor ultrasounds his lungs as his coronavirus progresses
Dr. Yale Tung Chen, who contracted coronavirus from a colleague while treating patients in Madrid, shares his story with CNN's Alisyn Camerota.
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It’s always the ones with the dirty consultants that do the clean audits.
Coronavirus outbreak eats into EU unity
The coronavirus crisis really brings into question what the EU is all about. Clearly not a United States of Europe, as eurosceptics have often claimed. Far from it.
The Stupidity of the day: ‘PM completely deserves this’: Labour mayor censured for suggesting BoJo MERITED his Covid-19 illness
A Labour Party UK mayor made national headlines after she said that Boris Johnson contracting coronavirus served him right for his sloppy handling of the outbreak. The PM remain...
Staggering Surge Of NYers Dying In Their Homes Suggests City Is Undercounting Coronavirus Fatalities
Deaths at home hit record numbers, but they’re not all counted in the official coronavirus toll.
Taiwan joins Canada in banning Zoom for government video conferencing
Zoom's daily users ballooned to more than 200 million in March
‘Who has the nuke codes?’ Piers Morgan’s provocative quizzing of Michael Gove splits opinion as BoJo lies in intensive care
Bombastic TV host Piers Morgan’s probing of Minister Michael Gove about who’s in control of the UK’s nuclear weapons while the PM is being treated for Covid-19 has divided Twitter.
Good news: Boris Johnson's 'temperature has fallen' a day after going into intensive care
Boris Johnson’s persistently high temperature has fallen as he continues emergency treatment for coronavirus.
CE and Principal Officials Pay Tribute to Healthcare Workers
Chief Executive Carrie Lam and her team lead tributes to the medical and healthcare workers on World Health Day. Let's all applaud the selfless dedication of the nurses and medi...
Back to life: Thousands Of People Crowded Public Spaces After Chinese Cities Ended Their Coronavirus Quarantines
Over the weekend, thousands of people flocked into China's public spaces and parks for an attempt at normalcy during a deadly coronavirus pandemic that's far from over. As major...
How China’s army of food delivery drivers helped keep country going during outbreak
Buying and paying for meals and supplies online was already second nature for many Chinese before the Covid-19 lockdown. The supply and delivery networks that were already in pl...
Chinese e-commerce giants Alibaba, JD.com offer support for small and medium enterprises to aid in coronavirus recovery
The need to support SMEs has gained urgency as businesses across China have struggled since the Covid-19 outbreak in January. SMEs, which account for more than 90 per cent of en...
Hackers target Chinese government agencies, diplomatic missions and WHO amid pandemic
More than 200 VPN servers have been compromised in a massive campaign by hackers, according to a report by leading Chinese internet provider Qihoo 360. The report attributed the...
Donald Trump threatens to cut off WHO funding over agency’s handling of outbreak
US president says World Health Organisation knew about the dangers of the coronavirus months before it took any action. The United States is the largest contributor to the 194-m...
New York cases overtake Italy, Trump says WHO ‘really blew it’
Britain sees deadliest day yet, as PM Boris Johnson’s personal battle with virus continues. Tens of thousands prepare to return to work in other parts of China as Wuhan lockdown...
China’s consumers are starting to binge on travel, cosmetics again in signs economy is reviving
Bookings for domestic travel, hotels have risen on Trip.com, while online transactions on Pinduoduo surge. Gains may not recover to last year’s levels just yet with the global e...
'If it comes, it will be a disaster': life in one of the only countries without coronavirus
The Pacific nation of Vanuatu is one of the few places that is coronavirus-free, but efforts to stop its arrival have been hampered by a category five cyclone
Twitter chief to donate quarter of his fortune to coronavirus fight
American Jack Dorsey putting $1bn into funding ‘global Covid-19 relief’
Covid-19 to wipe out equivalent of 195m jobs, says UN agency
UN Labour body expects 6.7% of working hours to be wiped out globally in second quarter
WhatsApp Is Imposing Stricter Limits On Forwarding Messages To Slow Down Coronavirus Misinformation
Once a message has been forwarded more than five times in total, it can now only be forwarded to one chat at a time.
Business as usual: Federal Prosecutors Said that this time - Russia And Qatar Paid Bribes To Host World Cups
Former executives at 21st Century Fox also paid millions in bribes for soccer tournament rights, according to a new indictment in the long-running FIFA case.
Justin Trudeau Said The Word "Moistly" During A Coronavirus Update And Immediately Regretted It
It was definitely a choice.
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