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Live Coronavirus News Updates and Coverage

Live Coronavirus News Updates and Coverage

Earlier this week, the country surpassed the case totals in China and Italy. The number of known cases has risen rapidly in recent days, as testing ramped up after weeks of widespread shortages and delays. On Friday, President Trump signed into law a $2 trillion measure designed to respond to …

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Australian horse racing and harness racing to continue despite coronavirus scare | World news

Horse racing and harness racing will resume after a coronavirus scare, with the industry saying they will continue operating unless explicitly prohibited by health advice. Racing, including greyhound racing, is one of the last organised sports still operating in Australia after shutdown rules – including the banning of mass gatherings, …

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Here’s another way to watch live news, TV, and movies for free with your phone

XUMO: Free Streaming TV Shows and Movies

There are a lot of different free streaming services out there, and it’s tough to know which is worth your time. We’ve looked at both live and on-demand services from Pluto TV to Plex and Kanopy, and based on our reader’s repeated recommendations, now we’re taking a dive into XUMO …

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March 25, 2020 — A roundup of the latest news about COVID-19

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Financial relief may be on the way for Americans, India attempts to completely lock down 1.3 billion people, and one woman shows what it’s like caring for a partner who’s seriously ill. Here’s the latest news about COVID-19 at home and around the world: As of this morning, more …

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Coronavirus News India Needs Stimulus Plan Or It Risks Crippling Small Businesses, Say Industry Bodies

India Needs Stimulus Plan Or It Risks Crippling Small Businesses, Say Industry Bodies

Labour-intensive SMES employ over a 10 crore of India’s urban population India’s small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) will struggle for survival if the government does not follow international counterparts in offering financial support to those acutely impacted by the coronavirus outbreak, industry bodies said. The government has acted to slow …

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Coronavirus News E Commerce Companies Delivery Hit Amid Lockdown Rules Confusion

Day 1 Of Lockdown Sees Confusion Over Rules Hitting Home Deliveries

E-commerce and online groceries faced disruption to their warehouse and delivery operations on Monday as dozens of cities including New Delhi went into a lockdown to tackle the spread of coronavirus, industry executives said. At least 75 districts across the country were under lockdown to tackle the coronavirus that has …

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Old Trafford ‘racist assault’ not caught on CCTV, family told | UK news

An alleged racist assault against a teenage Manchester United worker by security staff outside Old Trafford was not captured by CCTV as the cameras were pointing in the wrong direction, his family have been told. Kamarl Nelson, 19, was allegedly slammed against a wall and put in a choke-hold in …

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YouTube COVID-19 News Shelf Coming To Combat Misinformation

YouTube COVID-19 News Shelf Coming To Combat Misinformation

In its efforts to combat misinformation and provide accurate info, YouTube says a new COVID-19 news shelf is headed to the platform. YouTube COVID-19 news shelf to combat misinformation The news shelf will consist of coronavirus videos from authoritative sources. These authoritative sources already upload their content to YouTube, so …

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Coronavirus: Huge Surge in Fake News on Facebook, WhatsApp in India

Coronavirus: Huge Surge in Fake News on Facebook, WhatsApp in India

The massive surge in fake news, videos, GIFs and authentic-looking government notifications related to coronavirus (COVID-19) in India has left millions of users, civil society members, journalists and authorities completely baffled and cornered, starting with panic buying across the country. Two top physicians in the country — Medanta Medicity’s Dr. Naresh …

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Coronavirus News Airlines Need Up To $200 Billion In Emergency Aid, Says IATA

Airlines Need Up To $200 Billion In Emergency Aid, Says IATA

Up to $200 billion is needed to rescue the world”s airlines during the coronavirus crisis, the global aviation association said Thursday, appealing especially to African and Middle Eastern countries to provide emergency assistance. “Support measures are urgently needed,” the International Air Transport Association said in a statement, adding that “on …

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