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Covid blocking or drip feeding? A path is better for the economy

The crisis, which hit Europe for the first time in early spring, is back, but this time many people believe that blocking society is too high a price to pay. Yet most of CNN’s medical and economic experts have spoken out to agree that, in the long term, brief isolation is better than a constant battle to contain the pandemic. …

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China fires 2 health officials following a new virus outbreak

BEIJING (AP) – A hospital president and the director of the health commission in Qingdao city in northern China were sacked after China’s latest coronavirus outbreak, authorities said Thursday. A brief notice on the Qingdao City Government’s official microblog on Thursday said Health Commission Director Sui Zhenhua and Deng Kai, chairman of Qingdao Thoracic Hospital to which the cases have …

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Thailand protests: the government announces an emergency decree to suppress pro-democracy demonstrations

The decree, which went into effect in the capital Bangkok at 4am local time, was enforced after thousands of protesters marched from the city’s Democracy Monument and broke through a police barricade to camp outside the offices of Prime Minister Prayut Chan. o-cha Wednesday late in the evening. Protesters demanded Prayut’s resignation and reform of the monarchy. “As it emerged …

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Thailand Uses Emergency Ordinance To Ban Rally After Bangkok Protests | World news

The Thai government banned rallies of five or more people and the posting of news or messages online that could harm national security on Thursday at the start of an emergency decree to end Bangkok street protests. Authorities also arrested anti-government protest leaders Arnon Nampa and Panupong Jadnok on Thursday, Thai Lawyers for Human Rights group said. Police did not …

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Trump cites the case of Barron Trump’s coronavirus in supporting the reopening of schools

President TrumpDonald John Trump Laboratory Secretary’s Wife Tests Positive for COVID-19 Russia Stops Trump Administrator’s Last-Minute Push to Close Nuclear Weapons Deal Before Elections Trump Appeals to Suburban Women at Rally like me? ” MORE On Wednesday he invoked the positive coronavirus case of his son Barron in a push to physically reopen US schools, saying the 14-year-old was unaffected …

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The fisherman catches a rare two-headed baby shark off the Indian coast

They say two heads are better than one, but it’s unclear if this applies to sharks. On Friday, Nitin Patil, a fisherman from Palghar, India, caught a six-inch baby shark that had two heads. “We don’t eat such small fish, especially sharks, so I thought it was weird, but I decided to throw it anyway,” Patil told the Hindustan Times …

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Study reveals the most walkable cities in the world | City

The most walkable cities in the world include London, Paris, Bogotá and Hong Kong, according to a report. The UK capital surpasses nearly 1,000 cities worldwide due to citizens’ proximity to car-free spaces, schools and healthcare, and overall travel shortness. Researchers from the Institute for Transport and Development Policy (ITDP) said making cities walkable is key to improving health, reducing …

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Thai protests: rallies prohibited by emergency decree

In addition to limiting meetings to four people, the decree places restrictions on the media, banning the “publication of news, other media and electronic information that contain messages that could create fear or intentionally distort information, creating misunderstandings that will affect national security or peace. and order “. Source link

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