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Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister On Role Of Healthcare Workers In COVID-19 Fight

Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister On Role Of Healthcare Workers In COVID-19 Fight

The number of COVID-19 cases in the country crossed 2,000 with 235 fresh cases being reported on Thursday. Even as number of cases rise across India, reports have come in about our coronavirus warriors -- our healthcare workers being attacked in v...
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NDTV
Scarcity Of Protective Gear In Kerala, Says State Health Minister On COVID-19

Scarcity Of Protective Gear In Kerala, Says State Health Minister On COVID-19

Coronavirus cases have crossed 2,000 In India with 53 deaths reported so far. Kerala has the second highest number of cases - over 250 - with 2 deaths. The Kerala government has also identified seven coronavirus hotspots in the state: Kasaragod , ...
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NDTV
Spain sees medical shortages as death toll mounts

Spain sees medical shortages as death toll mounts

Doctors and nurses in Spain face ongoing shortages at an intensive care unit near Barcelona, as the country faces a growing death toll that has now exceeded 10,000.
1min
Associated Press
Twitter removes accounts linked to governments

Twitter removes accounts linked to governments

The social media company said it took down thousands of accounts linked to governments around the world, accusing them of posting pro-government content.
1min
Reuters
"Quarantine life brought my family closer together"

"Quarantine life brought my family closer together"

A photographer based in New York returned to her parents home in Norway for quarantine, and says it's brought her family closer together.
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Reuters
Matt Hancock 'delighted' to be back after Covid-19 recovery

Matt Hancock 'delighted' to be back after Covid-19 recovery

Health secretary Matt Hancock has said he is 'delighted' to be back to work after recovering from Covid-19, and hailed the fast progress of work to ensure that London's new Nightingale hospital will open this week.
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Press Association
Temporary morgue erected on Wanstead Flats

Temporary morgue erected on Wanstead Flats

A temporary morgue has been erected on Wanstead Flats
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ITN
Nurse isolates to protect family from coronavirus

Nurse isolates to protect family from coronavirus

An intensive care nurse caring for coronavirus patients in Minnesota has moved into a camper so she doesnt infect her family but now she is sick.
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Associated Press
Trudeau says better data on COVID-19 in Canada is on its way

Trudeau says better data on COVID-19 in Canada is on its way

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will soon be able to give Canadians a better sense of the impact COVID-19 is going to have on this country but he isn’t able to do it yet. Trudeau says he is chairing a first-ministers meeting with premiers Th...
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Canadian Press
Coronavirus - Tamil Nadu Man's 500-km Walk Amid Lockdown Becomes His Last

Coronavirus - Tamil Nadu Man's 500-km Walk Amid Lockdown Becomes His Last

A 23-year-old man who had trekked 500 kilometres from Nagpur on his way home to Namakkal in Tamil Nadu, collapsed and died while resting at a shelter home in Secunderabad on Wednesday night. Logesh Balasubramani was one of the lakhs of migrant wor...
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NDTV
French orchestra plays sweet music amid lockdown

French orchestra plays sweet music amid lockdown

Members of the National Orchestra of France recorded individual parts of 'Bolero' while in lockdown and mixed the soundtracks into a seamless, rousing whole.
1min
Associated Press
Coronavirus: 200,000 tests per day possible 'in future' says German manufacturer

Coronavirus: 200,000 tests per day possible 'in future' says German manufacturer

As Germany looks to pick up the pace of testing for COVID-19, the interior ministry's target of carrying out 200,000 tests per day should be possible 'in the future', says Christian Dreher, head of test manufacturer R-Biopharm. But Dreher also hig...
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AFP
Deal reached to lay off British Airways staff during Covid-19 crisis

Deal reached to lay off British Airways staff during Covid-19 crisis

A deal has been agreed between Unite the union and British Airways to stand down airline staff because of the Covid-19 crisis. BA will introduce a modified version of the Government's job retention scheme, so that workers will be furloughed on 8...
1min
Press Association
Coronavirus: Bronx nurses protest working conditions in New York

Coronavirus: Bronx nurses protest working conditions in New York

Nurses from the Bronx, including one who tested positive to COVID-19 a few days ago, hold a protest in the borough of Queens in New York, to denounce their working conditions. "The government has abandoned us. Our hospitals have abandoned us," say...
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AFP
Coronavirus testing facility opens at O2 Arena

Coronavirus testing facility opens at O2 Arena

A car park near the O2 Arena in North Greenwich turned into testing facility
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ITN
Coronavirus: Swiss artist illuminates Matterhorn with messages of hope

Coronavirus: Swiss artist illuminates Matterhorn with messages of hope

Visual artist Gerry Hofstetter projects messages on the Matterhorn, Switzerland's iconic mountain, to support people confronted with the coronavirus. The messages include 'hope', 'stay home' and 'solidarity'.
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AFP
WATCH | 'We want to help' says employee at Covid-19 drive-thru testing station

WATCH | 'We want to help' says employee at Covid-19 drive-thru testing station

HealthInsite, a corporate wellness and occupational health service provider in collaboration with Mullah Labs, have for the past week been conducting drive-thru Covid-19 tests at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg.
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Top EU court: eastern states broke law by refusing refugees

Top EU court: eastern states broke law by refusing refugees

The European Union's top court ruled on Thursday that Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic had broken the law by refusing to host refugees to help ease the burden on southern states such as Greece and Italy after a surge in migrant arrivals from 20
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Reuters
US stocks open lower after massive jump in jobless claims

US stocks open lower after massive jump in jobless claims

Wall Street stocks slip lower in volatile trading, absorbing another eye-popping unemployment figure due to the government-ordered shutdown of businesses to contain the coronavirus outbreak.
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AFP
Coronavirus deaths in Scotland up 50 to 126

Coronavirus deaths in Scotland up 50 to 126

First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon updates the country on the number of coronavirus diagnoses and deaths that have been recorded over the past 24 hours. A total of 126 patients have now died in Scotland after testing positive for coronavi...
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Press Association
Charities join forces to help most vulnerable in Manchester

Charities join forces to help most vulnerable in Manchester

Manchester-based surplus food charity The Bread And Butter Thing have teamed up with The Modern Milkman to distribute food parcels to the homes of the most vulnerable. The initiative is funded by Manchester City Council and is designed to help th...
1min
Press Association
'Struggling' Londoners worried about financial impact of virus lockdown

'Struggling' Londoners worried about financial impact of virus lockdown

Some Londoners say they are worried about the financial impact of the new coronavirus lockdown measures imposed nationwide as part of efforts to stem the spread of the virus. The health ministry announced a record 569 deaths from the virus in Brit...
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AFP
Chefs cook unused food for servers in virus crisis

Chefs cook unused food for servers in virus crisis

A large beer garden in Washington, D.C. is now where a steady stream of hospitality industry workers line up to get much-needed care packages amid the coronavirus pandemic that's slowed restaurant work.
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Associated Press
Virus changes burials of Israelis and Palestinians

Virus changes burials of Israelis and Palestinians

A rising death toll in the coronavirus crisis is forcing a change in Jewish and Muslim burial and mourning traditions in the Holy Land.
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Reuters
The young people of the Amazon, proud protectors of their jungle

The young people of the Amazon, proud protectors of their jungle

Fabio, Kelita and Maria were born in the middle of the Amazonas State, Brazil. They live amongst riverside communities, several days by boat from the city of Manaus. Despite the commodities offered by the big city, these young people have chosen t...
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AFP
Concert organ cheers up nursing home residents amid coronavirus lockdown

Concert organ cheers up nursing home residents amid coronavirus lockdown

In an effort to spread cheer during the coronavirus quarantine, a local organ company broke from its usual environs and made its way to the Caritas Senior and Care Center St. Willibald in Nuremberg. With Bavaria's folk festivals indefinitely suspe...
1min
Ruptly
Scientists developing coronavirus vaccine delivered via fingertip-sized patch

Scientists developing coronavirus vaccine delivered via fingertip-sized patch

A fingertip-sized patch could be a potential vaccine for coronavirus, researchers say. Scientists suggest that when tested in mice, it produced antibodies specific to Covid-19 in quantities thought to be sufficient for neutralising the virus. Th...
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Press Association
COVID-19 spells disaster for Canada's restaurant businesses

COVID-19 spells disaster for Canada's restaurant businesses

A survey by a Canadian not-for-profit says restaurant jobs have been lost in Ontario as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
1min
Canadian Press
Sturgeon presser

Sturgeon presser

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has explained how the quantification of coron
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ITN
Dramatic footage shows police rescue man from 50ft cliff over quarry

Dramatic footage shows police rescue man from 50ft cliff over quarry

Dramatic footage shows officers using their belts to rescue a man from a 50ft cliff over a quarry. The quick-thinking police turned the belts into an improvised hoist to haul the man up, shouting "Hold on! Hold on" when the incident happened in M...
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Press Association
Staying at home offers chance to declutter

Staying at home offers chance to declutter

In a time of rising stress levels due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the act of decluttering can come with a number of benefits. With Canadians being encouraged to stay home to help flatten the curve, many are taking the opportunity to tidy up.
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Canadian Press
Life after virus: Wuhan residents enjoy outdoors

Life after virus: Wuhan residents enjoy outdoors

Life after virus: Wuhan residents enjoy outdoors
1min
Associated Press
Coronavirus: Experts answer your burning COVID-19 questions

Coronavirus: Experts answer your burning COVID-19 questions

Every week on Euronews, we're bringing together a panel of leading experts in a variety of fields to answer your coronavirus questions.
Euronews
Coronavirus: Champs-Elysées virtually deserted on day 17 of French lockdown

Coronavirus: Champs-Elysées virtually deserted on day 17 of French lockdown

On the 17th day of France's lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus, the Champs-Elysées, a tourist hot spot which is usually teeming with vehicles, remains virtually deserted.
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AFP
Drive-through testing centre in Fife

Drive-through testing centre in Fife

Drive through testing for coronavirus available at a clinic in Fife
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ITN
Poll finds mixed views on US response to pandemic

Poll finds mixed views on US response to pandemic

As worries about coronavirus continue to rise, Americans give high marks to state and local governments for how they are handling the outbreak but voice some criticism of the federal government and President Donald Trump's response.
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Associated Press
London food banks seeing surge in demand

London food banks seeing surge in demand

As the economic impact of the UK's lockdown continues to bite, food banks in London are experiencing a surge in demand.
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Reuters
Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll nears 3,000

Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll nears 3,000

A look at the latest figures behind coronavirus as UK deaths jumped to 2,921, a rise of 569 from the previous day.
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Press Association
COVID-19: désastre pour la restauration au Canada

COVID-19: désastre pour la restauration au Canada

Le regroupement Restaurants Canada affirme que la crise de la COVID-19 sème le désastre dans l'industrie de la restauration.
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Canadian Press
Pakistan commutes death sentence for key figure in Daniel Pearl murder

Pakistan commutes death sentence for key figure in Daniel Pearl murder

The main accused in the murder of U.S. journalist Daniel Pearl is likely to walk free in the coming days, after a Pakistani court commuted his death sentence.
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Reuters
Coronavirus: People line up outside New York hospital to get tested

Coronavirus: People line up outside New York hospital to get tested

People wait in line outside Elmhurst Hospital in New York to get tested for COVID-19, as the city grapples with sky-rocketing infections and a severely strained health system.
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AFP
Amid Lockdown, Arvind Kejriwal Promises Rs. 5,000 Relief For Cab Drivers

Amid Lockdown, Arvind Kejriwal Promises Rs. 5,000 Relief For Cab Drivers

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today promised help to auto and cab drivers of the city, whose incomes have taken a huge hit in the 21-day lockdown to stop the coronavirus. The government, he said, has special plans for auto and taxi drivers,...
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NDTV
Empire State Building shines red and white to honor healthcare workers

Empire State Building shines red and white to honor healthcare workers

New York's Empire State Building, seen behind the Calvary Cemetery in Queens, shines white and red while a siren is displayed on its mast to honor healthcare workers battling the coronavirus pandemic.
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AFP
PM Modi Says Will Share Video Message "With Fellow Indians" At 9 am Tomorrow

PM Modi Says Will Share Video Message "With Fellow Indians" At 9 am Tomorrow

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today that he would share a video message tomorrow morning, but did not specify."At 9 AM tomorrow morning, I'll share a small video message with my fellow Indians," PM Modi tweeted in Hindi and English.
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NDTV
Medic unions say Spain ignored doctors' warnings

Medic unions say Spain ignored doctors' warnings

Unions representing medical staff in Spain say that the coronavirus crisis there was partly self-inflicted, because the national government ignored warnings from doctors on the ground.
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Reuters
Police use 'social distancing pliers' to detain coronavirus lockdown violators in Nepal

Police use 'social distancing pliers' to detain coronavirus lockdown violators in Nepal

Nepali police are using a special device in order to detain people who are defying the lockdown without risking catching COVID-19. The device consists of a clamp or pliers attached to a rod. It is normally used to fish dead bodies out of the water...
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Ruptly
South Korea allows absentee voting in election

South Korea allows absentee voting in election

About 4,000 patients now receiving treatment can cast their ballot by mail or as an early absentee at the upcoming parliamentary elections, South Korean officials said Thursday.
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Reuters
British boy strikes up a pen-pal relationship with girl from Yemen

British boy strikes up a pen-pal relationship with girl from Yemen

Apollo, a six-year-old British boy, has struck up a pen-pal friendship with a young Yemeni girl - Razan - who was injured by an air strike during the conflict which has now lasted six years. They exchange letters about their hobbies, favourite an...
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Press Association