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'Significant number' of people may have some natural immunity to coronavirus

Professor leading Oxford University team to develop a vaccine says many are likely to have a 'background level' of protection

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 02-07-2020

Beijing passes Hong Kong national security law: Government adviser

The National People's Congress Standing Committee voted unanimously to approve the law, multiple Hong Kong media organisations reported.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 30-06-2020

Uber in Talks to Buy Postmates for About $2.6 Billion

Uber Technologies is in discussions to buy Postmates for about $2.6 billion, according to people familiar with the matter, the latest in a rapid-fire series of moves to consolidate the food-delivery industry.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 30-06-2020

Texas Tried Reopening Offices Early. It Was Hard Even Before the Coronavirus Surge.

Companies brought back office workers in May or early June only to send them home again. Others still can't figure out how to get people up a 50-story skyscraper.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 29-06-2020

America Is Reopening. Coronavirus Tracing Apps Aren’t Ready.

Smartphone apps meant to track where people have traveled or whom they have been near are mostly buggy, little-used or not ready for major rollouts, raising concerns as restrictions lift and infections rise.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 23-06-2020

Coronavirus: Beijing struggles to keep up with processing swab tests

In a bid to assuage public concerns amid the recent outbreak, Beijing has ordered an increasing number of people to undergo tests to check for the virus.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 23-06-2020

Coronavirus outbreak in Beijing takes a bite out of F&B industry

BEIJING - On any given weekend, Beijing's hottest coffee shop, Metal Hands, is usually heaving with coffee snobs and young people posing for the cameras amid its industrial chic-meets-vintage surrounds.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 22-06-2020

Indians Rage at China After Bloody Border Clash

Anti-China protests spread in India as people vented their anger about the death of 20 Indian soldiers in a brawl between Indian and Chinese forces along the countries' disputed border.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 19-06-2020

Cold and wet conditions at Beijing food market could have caused coronavirus outbreak

The latest outbreak infected more than 100 people and raised fears of wider contagion in China.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 19-06-2020

Coronavirus: S'pore to start phase 2 reopening on June 19; F&B dine-in, social gatherings of up to 5 people allowed

Retail shops, sports and other public facilities will reopen but a safe distance of at least 1m must be maintained.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 16-06-2020

California Is Examining Amazon’s Business Practices

State investigators are examining Amazon.com's business practices as part of an inquiry into the tech giant, according to people familiar with the matter.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 15-06-2020

Coronavirus Obliterated Best African-American Job Market on Record

"Everything was falling into place, and now it's all paused." Covid-19 brought a crushing end to one of the most promising economies in recent memory for black workers and business people. That's one cause of the protests that have roiled the nation.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 10-06-2020

Former PM says lack of action is ‘potentially a death sentence for the world’s poorest people’

Former PM says lack of action is 'potentially a death sentence for the world's poorest people'

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 02-06-2020

Coronavirus: No shortcuts and people must get used to a new way of living, warns WHO's chief scientist

When countries open up, their basic principle must be to test people with symptoms, identify the contacts and quarantine them until they are free of the risk of getting the disease.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 18-05-2020

Coronavirus: Social distancing key to economic recovery in US, but not enough Americans are staying home, say experts

Cell phone data confirmed that more and more people were leaving their homes in late April, possibly flouting social distancing guidelines.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 13-05-2020

Coronavirus could 'smoulder' in Africa for several years, WHO warns

190,000 people could die on the continent in the coming 12 months, agency says

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 08-05-2020

Uber, Lyft Cut Costs as Fewer People Take Rides Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Uber and Lyft are bracing for a new reality in ride-hailing: fewer passengers for the foreseeable future.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 07-05-2020

U.S. Officials Warn of New Virus Surge as States Reopen

The U.S. death toll could reach 135,000 by early August, according to one forecast that doubled its projection to reflect increasing movement of people and the relaxation of social-distancing guidelines.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 05-05-2020

Germany to reopen all shops, allow soccer matches as coronavirus restrictions ease: Sources

BERLIN (REUTERS) - Germany's state premiers will agree on measures to further ease coronavirus restrictions in a teleconference with Chancellor Angela Merkel scheduled for Wednesday (May 6), two people familiar with the preparations told Reuters on Monday.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 05-05-2020

New York City sees increase in cases of people ingesting household cleaners after Trump's disinfectant gaffe

Nine of the cases were related to exposure to Lysol, 10 were "specifically about bleach" and 11 were exposures to other household cleaners.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 27-04-2020

Coronavirus live news: UN warns of 'biblical' famine as Trump reveals 60-day immigration halt

Trump to halt immigration for 60 days initially; 256m people could starve, says UN; cases worldwide pass 2.5 million

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 22-04-2020

Oil price crash: Why people are paying to give it away

The price of WTI crude fell below zero on Monday, with traders paying people to take it off their hands

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 21-04-2020

UK faces eight to ten waves of coronavirus before population achieves herd immunity

A study shows just three per cent of Dutch people had developed immunity by the end of the first week of April - the country's virus peak

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 17-04-2020

Thirst for Oil Vanishes, Leaving Industry in Chaos

As people stay home to avoid the new coronavirus, storage tanks fill and rigs stop pumping, leaving the petroleum business "experiencing a shock like no other in its history."

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 15-04-2020

How coronavirus almost brought down the global financial system

The long read: The crisis has brought the economy to a near halt, and left millions of people out of work. But thanks to intervention on an unprecedented scale, a full-scale meltdown has been averted - for now

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 14-04-2020

Two million people lose their jobs in record plunge

Coronavirus has already wiped out more than twice as many jobs as the financial crisis, according to new estimates

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 09-04-2020

Google Offers User Location Data to Health Officials Tackling Coronavirus

Google will help public health officials use its vast storage of data to track people's movements amid the coronavirus pandemic, in what the company called an effort to assist in "unprecedented times."

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 03-04-2020

Coronavirus infections growing exponentially, deaths near 50,000, says WHO

The WHO chief urged governments to implement social welfare measures to ensure that vulnerable people have access to food during the crisis.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 02-04-2020

Donald Trump warns that 100,000 Americans will die from coronavirus in 'very, very painful' few weeks

At least 100,000 people in America will die from coronavirus even with the current restrictions in place, according to projections released by the White House during a stark and sombre press briefing on Tuesday.

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 01-04-2020

Dyson receives Government order for 10,000 ventilators

Vacuum cleaner manufacturer Dyson is gearing up to produce 15,000 life-saving ventilators to treat people suffering from the coronavirus.

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 26-03-2020

What scientists know so far about the effects of coronavirus on children | Jonathan Ball

Studies show that young people are at less risk of serious illness - but as invisible carriers they may be key to spreading the virus, says professor of molecular virology Jonathan Ball

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 24-03-2020

Coronavirus lockdown explained: breaking down Boris Johnson's historic measures

Boris Johnson has unveiled the biggest crackdown on the freedom of people living in Britain to go about their business since the end of the Second World War.

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 24-03-2020