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After developing mild symptoms and testing positive for the new coronavirus, the Prime Minister hopes to continue to lead the country via video-conference from home.
Two economists say the pandemic demands not only vast US government spending but also intervention, including a temporary state-led reorganization of the entire economy.
Hear directly from WHO’s regional director in Africa, and experts, about the latest status of the novel coronavirus across the continent.
The coronavirus pandemic has shown that human societies really can transform overnight. Four experts explain why now is the time to make systemic economic change permanent.
Deaths caused by COVID-19 have risen sharply in Italy, the Civil Protection Agency said. These numbers continue to grow even with the country on lockdown.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg has been self-isolating after her trip around Europe. She told followers on Instagram she had COVID-19 symptoms and asked them to stay at home.
The huge disruption caused by the coronavirus crisis has highlighted how indispensable electricity is for modern societies.
More than 100,000 people have now recovered successfully from the virus.
Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe asked for the Games to be postponed for one year.
The mobile units are designed to be as quick as a tent to put up, but as safe as a hospital with biocontainment.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered people to stay at home, shops to close and an end to all social gatherings in a bid to protect the NHS from being overwhelmed.
COVID-19 could see unemployment rise to levels higher than the Great Depression, with GDP falling by 50%.
More than 1 in 10 infections of coronavirus come from people who had the virus but did not yet feel sick.
India's coronavirus measures are leaving little work for citizens, forcing many to return to their countryside homes with family.
The US needs to mobilize its resources, support its home workers and provide emergency cash services for those in need, writes economist Pavlina Tcherneva.