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wuhan eases restrictions as coronavirus cases in us pass 100,000

Officials are cautious but study shows lockdown in Chinese city has halted spread of virusCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe first official train to disembark passengers in Wuhan since it was put under lockdown arrived in the Chinese city on Saturday, as it began to reopen after more than two months of almost total isolation.The easing of the quarantine, allowing people to enter the city of 11 million and...

my favourite game: cardiff v coventry at cardiff arms park, 1972 | sport

Barry John, a mixture of Machiavelli and Napoleon, bamboozled and outplayed one of the strongest clubs in Britain with his match-winning brillianceThere are many images of Barry John, but a personal favourite is of the outside-half sitting on the ball where the touchline met the 22 on the side of the main stand as Cardiff slid towards defeat against a club that was then one of the strongest in Britain. He wore the insouciance of someone watching his dog retrieve a stick as he waited for a Covent...

oppo reno ace 2 full specs revealed by tenaa

The Oppo Reno Ace 2 coming next month recently appeared on TENAA with its images, which revealed its design. Now, the listing has been populated with the full specs of the phone, leaving little to the imagination. The Reno Ace 2 is powered by a 2.8GHz octa-core processor, which could be a part of the Snapdragon 865 SoC. It runs Android 10 and has two memory versions - 8GB/128GB and 12GB/256GB. The Reno Ace 2 is built around a 6.5" FullHD+ AMOLED display, that has a fingerprint reader unde...

wildlife rescue centres struggle to treat endangered species in coronavirus outbreak | environment

Shortages in funds, medicines and masks threaten charity work around the worldCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageLast Thursday morning Louisa Baillie drove down the five-kilometre dirt track that connects her jungle home in the Amazon rainforest to the main road. At the junction, she parked, hiking the rest of the way into Mera, a town of about 8,000 people.After filling her backpack with fruit and vegetables from local sellers, she grabbed some leaves and set about pluc...

coronavirus vaccine: when will it be ready? | world news

Human trials will begin imminently – but even if they go well, there are many hurdles before global immunisation is feasibleCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageEven at their most effective – and draconian – containment strategies have only slowed the spread of the respiratory disease Covid-19. With the World Health Organization finally declaring a pandemic, all eyes have turned to the prospect of a vaccine, because only a vaccine can prevent people from getting sick.About...

coronavirus symptoms: what are they and should i call the doctor? | world news

What are the symptoms caused by the Covid-19 virus, how does it spread, and should you go to see a doctor?Find all our coronavirus coverage hereCoronavirus – latest updatesIt is caused by a member of the coronavirus family that has never been encountered before. Like other coronaviruses, it has transferred to humans from animals. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared it a pandemic. Continue reading...

#whereisjoe: biden campaign tries to stay relevant amid coronavirus | us news

The Democratic frontrunner faces an unprecedented political challenge as he seeks traction while working from homeCoronavirus – live US updatesLive global updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageVideo conferences from a basement, glitchy internet and bouts of restlessness. Joe Biden, like the rest of America, is working from home.The former vice-president’s confinement began abruptly on 10 March, when he touched down in Cleveland for a primary-night campaign event only to learn that the state’s g...

'like a bad sci-fi movie': life in a deserted los angeles under coronavirus | world news

A normally bustling city has been put on hold while the state grapples with the pandemic – and how to slow its spreadAcross Los Angeles, the air is fresh and unpolluted, the freeways are empty and there’s plenty of parking. The unprecedented shutdown of the entire region feels like Christmas Day on repeat, except instead of staying at home to celebrate, people are staying inside to remain alive.“It’s a ghost town,” said Gregory Johnson, 23, who was walking by the deserted Venice Beach boardwalk ...

republican support of big bailouts reeks of hypocrisy | bruce bartlett | opinion

During the Great Recession, Republicans favored a do-nothing policy. Now they are singing a different tuneIn recent days, we have witnessed an astonishing about-face by Republican politicians on policies that were anathema to them just a few short years or even weeks ago. Democrats must use the occasion to press home the fundamental wrongheadedness of the Republican worldview before they inevitably reverse course and pretend that nothing has changed.Let’s start with stimulus. I remember early 20...

'i have no money': debt collection continues in us despite pandemic | money

Legal groups across the US are calling on federal and state governments to halt debt collection as it continues unabated Coronavirus – live US updatesLive global updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageVeronica Cavalli was at home in New York City last week, laid off from her job amid the Covid-19 pandemic and, as instructed by New York’s governor, trying to minimize her contact with others to halt the spread of the virus.When supplies ran low she sent her teenage children to the grocery store on...

uk coronavirus live: testing rolled out for frontline nhs workers | politics

All the day’s developments in the UK Covid-19 crisisCoronavirus – latest global updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage 9.56am GMT Following the news yesterday that the Prime Minister tested positive for Covid-19 and is self-isolating and faces accusations of complacency in adhering to his advice on physical distancing, let us cast our minds back to Boris Johnson’s comments at a news briefing earlier this month.I was at a hospital the other night where, I think, there were actually a few coronav...

lyra mckee's last article: ‘we were meant to be the generation that reaped the spoils of peace’ | news

The reporter was a ‘ceasefire baby’ who grew up in Northern Ireland in the 90s. This is the essay she was working on at the time of her murder last yearThey call my generation the “Ceasefire babies”, though I’ve always hated that name. I hated the mocking tone in which it was usually said, as if growing up in the 90s in Belfast was a stroll. There were still soldiers on the street when I was a kid. I remember them – in uniforms and maroon berets, at checkpoints, on pavements, crouching down on o...

lockdown living: how europeans are avoiding going stir crazy | world news

People across Europe are finding increasingly inventive ways to protect themselves against the psychological risks of isolationIn Italy they are singing and sharing recipes. In France, humour is saving the day. In Spain, communal staircases have become the new running tracks, and in Germany, ordinarily disorderly hackers are busy coding corona-busting apps.As hundreds of millions of Europeans languish in lockdown, people are finding increasingly inventive ways to keep themselves entertained – an...

i'm a final-year medical student being rushed to the frontline. i'm nervous – but i'm ready | stephen naulls | opinion

Matt Hancock is dispatching me and my peers in to hospitals. That’s only right, although the move carries real risks“So, we’re being conscripted?”On Tuesday, the health secretary, Matt Hancock, announced that 5,500 final year medical students would be joining the frontline of the NHS. On hearing this news, I rushed down the stairs of my flat to my equally bewildered housemates. We had just finished six years of medical school and had completed our hurriedly reorganised final exams remotely. But ...

samsung galaxy m01 with android 10 certified by the wi-fi alliance

A couple of weeks back, SamMobile reported about a Galaxy M01 device. Its Geekbench results were spotted running a low-end Qualcomm chipset, 3GB of RAM, and ran Android 10. Although the specific chipset isn't confirmed yet it's said to run an octa-core chipset. It is speculated to be perhaps the Snapdragon 439. More recently, this unannounced Galaxy M01 device has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance with support for Wi-Fi b/g/n. The phone's Android 10 software was also confirmed by the ce...

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