Live: Latest updates on the coronavirus crisis Trump extends US virus guidelines to end of April Trump backs away from New York 'quarantine' About three out of four Americans are now, or about to be, under some form of lockdown, as more US states tighten measures to fight the coronavirus, which causes the Covid-19 disease. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Greatest test since World War Two, says UN chief
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'But it can't be at the expense of social distancing. The most important thing for people to do is to stay at home. The final point I'd make is if you're going to wear a face covering, you still don't need an N-95 mask and if you take one, you may be taking it out of the hands of a healthcare worker who desperately needs it to treat patients.' … [Read more...] about America is the first country in the world with more than 1,000 coronavirus deaths in a day as fears grow that Detroit will be next epicenter after Michigan deaths double in three days
How to protect yourself against the coronavirus Coughing and sneezing - but doing it right! So here's what the doctors recommend: When coughing and sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with your flexed elbow. Or use tissue — but then immediately throw that tissue away and wash your hands. With your shirt or sweater, however, no, you don't need to throw them away. Do wash them frequently, though, or take them to the dry cleaner's. … [Read more...] about World risks permanent surveillance with coronavirus controls
On 2 March, travellers were banned from China, South Korea, and Italy. Five days later, Iran was added to the list In mid-March, Nauru Airlines suspended flights to Fiji, Kiribati, and the Marshall Islands, and its only other route – Brisbane – was reduced from three times a week to once a fortnight After that, all those arriving from Australia (mainly returning residents) were ordered into a 14-day quarantine in local hotels And, although there have been none recently, any asylum seekers - Australia has a migrant processing centre on the island - will also be quarantined for at least two weeks. The policy, says President Lionel Aingimea, is called "capture and containment". … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Where will be the last place to catch Covid-19?
One attempt has already sparked a backlash: a clumsy mobile application developed by Moscow’s city government to monitor coronavirus patients’ movements. The app, called Social Monitoring, was discovered last week in the Google Play store and requested access to a user’s location, camera, telephone, sensors and other data to ensure they were complying with quarantine. … [Read more...] about ‘Cybergulag’: Russia looks to surveillance technology to enforce lockdown