Day: May 7, 2020

AP Exclusive: Admin shelves CDC guide to reopening country

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A set of detailed documents created by the nation’s top disease investigators meant to give step-by-step advice to local leaders deciding when and how to reopen public places such as mass transit, day care centers and restaurants during the still-raging pandemic has been shelved by the Trump […]

HI to conduct Special Congress online on May 13

New Delhi, May 7: Hockey India will hold its Special Congress online on May 13 during which the status of Olympic preparations of both the national men’s and women’s teams, besides resumption of the sport after the COVID-19 pandemic will be up for discussion. Indian Olympic Association (IOA) president […]

US officials warn against "COVID-19 parties"

Officials in the northwestern US state of Washington on Wednesday expressed concern over reports of people organizing “COVID-19 parties” to intentionally spread the virus. “Gathering in groups in the midst of this pandemic can be incredibly dangerous and puts people at increased risk for hospitalization and even death,” […]

Israel top court approves coalition deal, new govt to be sworn in May 13

Israel’s Supreme Court on Wednesday approved a coalition deal between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his rival-turned-ally Benny Gantz, paving the way for a unity government to be sworn in next week. The alliance formed last month between the right-wing incumbent and his centrist challenger followed three inconclusive […]

French teens, Normandy vets swap stories of life in lockdown

CABOURG, France — French student Marion Nivard starting writing last year to a World War II veteran in Britain, thanking him for taking part in the Normandy invasion that freed her country from the Nazis. As VE Day approached, Nivard and her classmates in the Normandy region thought […]

Chemical leak at LG plant in India kills 11, about 1,000 ill

HYDERABAD, India — A gas leaked from an LG chemical plant in southern India early Thursday, leaving people struggling to breathe and collapsing in the streets as they tried to flee. At least 11 people died and about 1,000 suffered breathing difficulties and other problems. The synthetic chemical […]

Fears of ‘second wave’ hang over coronavirus successes

LONDON — Britain was expected to extend its nationwide lockdown on Thursday, but the European country hit hardest by the coronavirus plans cautiously to ease some restrictions on economic and social activity next week as it tries to reopen without sparking a devastating second wave of infections. Authorities […]

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