Having told their populations that wearing masks was all but useless against the coronavirus, several Western countries have performed dramatic U-turns in the last few days.
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The coronavirus death toll shot past 20,000 in Europe on Saturday, with Italy and Spain each reporting more than 800 dead in one day, as US President Donald Trump pulled back on putting the hard-hit New York region under quarantine.
From being duped into taking poisonous "cures", to watching businesses crumble and avoiding life-saving medication, people are suffering devastating real-world impacts of a deluge of online virus misinformation
President Donald Trump has nominated University of Virginia law professor Aditya Bamzai to another term on the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board.
Governments around the world are ditching the rules in a no-holds barred fight to halt the coronavirus outbreak which risks upending global growth.
The Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA) asks its nearly 20,000 members, who own almost one in every two hotels in the U.S. with more than $30 billion in property assets and hundreds of thousands of employees, has called on its members to prevail on the U.S. Congress to address their challenges in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic that has devastated their industry.
President Donald Trump apparently believes that in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic and his White House Coronavirus Task Force strongly recommending that shaking hands be avoided, the Indian ‘namaste’ or the Japanese half-bow greeting, may be the way to go until this deadly disease outbreak dissipates.
President Donald Trump's declaration on Friday that the coronavirus outbreak is a "national emergency" allows billions of federal dollars and resources to be funneled to hard-hit U.S. states. In declaring that the coronavirus outbreak in the United States constitutes a national emergency, Trump invoked the Stafford Act.
President Donald Trump declared a national emergency Friday in what critics say was a long-delayed admission of the gravity of the coronavirus crisis that's triggered the shutdown of schools, sporting events, offices and travel in the world's richest country.