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Special Report: Five days of worship that set a virus time bomb in France

福利网站From the stage of an evangelical superchurch, the leader of the gospel choir kicked off an evening of prayer and preaching: "We're going to celebrate the Lord! Are you feeling the joy tonight?"

Vitriol and violence: A coronavirus death exposes paranoia in India

When Satyaki Mitra's father developed a mild fever in mid-March, the graduate student in Philadelphia wasn't especially worried. He told his 57-year-old father, living in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, to get tested for the new coronavirus.

Coronavirus emerges as major threat to U.S. election process

福利网站U.S. election officials looking to construct a safe voting system in a worsening coronavirus pandemic are confronting a grim reality: there may not be enough time, money or political will to make it happen by the November election.

Spread of coronavirus accelerates in U.S. jails and prisons

Sean Hernandez says he covers his mouth and nose with a t-shirt or towel when he leaves his cell, the only defence he can improvise against the coronavirus outbreak now sweeping through New York’s Rikers Island jail system.

Weeks of anguish and a 'black box' - Inside Tokyo's decision to delay the Olympics

Officials in charge of staging Tokyo's Olympic Games crowded around a low table inside Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's residence late Tuesday, wincing as they spoke by phone with the head of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

U.S. home healthcare industry warns of possible 'collapse'

Home healthcare providers, the lifelines to 12 million vulnerable Americans, are scrambling to decide how to serve patients who show symptoms of coronavirus -- and how to ensure that the providers themselves neither catch nor spread it.

A daughter learns in voicemails that coronavirus has killed her mother

福利网站Debbie de los Angeles woke up on March 3 to two voicemails from nurses at the Seattle-area care home that housed her 85-year-old mother, Twilla Morin.

Fresh produce in Europe set to be more scarce as coronavirus strikes

Fresh fruit and vegetables will become increasingly scarce in Europe, suppliers warn, as the coronavirus pandemic hampers the global movement of produce and of the people needed to gather crops.

Detroit's near future based on SUVs, not EVs, production plans show

General Motors Co and Ford Motor Co have widely touted their commitment to emission-free electric cars, but their production plans show a growing reliance on ever-larger gas-powered vehicles.

As virus explodes, world races to mask up

By Michael Shields, Carl O'Donnell, Roxanne Liu and Anthony Deutsch

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UK epidemic is slowing and antibody test could be ready in days, top epidemiologist says

The coronavirus epidemic in the United Kingdom is showing signs of slowing and antibody tests could be ready in days, Neil Ferguson, a professor of mathematical biology at Imperial College London, said on Monday.

Britain orders 10,000 ventilators from F1, aerospace consortium

Virus deals knock-out blow to British restaurant chain Carluccio's