Concerns about the viability of the season are growing with the spread of the outbreak in northern Italy, where Ferrari and the Alpha Tauri team are headquartered. On Wednesday local time, Italian authorities said the number of confirmed Covid-19 cases had surged to 400, with 12 deaths. … [Read more...] about Australian Grand Prix to go ahead despite coronavirus concern, minister says
Iran’s state-run Irna news agency reported that 22 people had died – more than in any country apart from China – and that there were 141 confirmed cases. Experts fear Iran is underreporting the number of cases as cases across the wider Persian Gulf have emerged in recent days linked back to the Islamic Republic. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Trump says US risk ‘very low’ as Australian PM warns pandemic is ‘upon us’
Les Ateliers Claus Open since 2006, Les Ateliers Claus is in a labyrinthine part of Saint-Gilles, one of the city’s most arty zones, and is a Brussels equivalent of Café Oto in London. The lineup is always diverse and inspiring: a few months ago it hosted Japanese noise sculptor Keiji Haino and New York drummer/vibraphonist Ches Smith, stressing out the decibel meters to a packed crowd. It also promoted veteran prog rock band Magma in a larger venue, used when Claus proves too intimate. This joint has an inviting aura, with a bar beyond the stage that’s a good source of excitingly sour lambic beer. Coming soon: Thurston Moore, Terrie Ex, OOIOO and veteran US electronic composer Carl Stone.• Rue Crickx 15, lesateliersclaus.com … [Read more...] about 10 of the best music venues in Brussels
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Italy continues to be the worst affected with 12 deaths and 400 infections. In France, two people have died so far, with 18 reported cases. Britain has registered 13 cases since the outbreak began. Spain reported 12 cases, 10 of these have been recorded since Monday. Greece reported its first case of infection on Wednesday, along with Norway, North Macedonia, Romania and Georgia. 02:00 South Korea reported 334 new cases, taking the total to 1,595. Daegu remained the worst hit major city. However, there are signs of the virus spreading further. 55 cases have been reported in Seoul so far and 58 cases in Busan. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus updates: New cases across Europe