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'We could get wiped out': American Indians have the highest rates of diseases that make covid-19 ...
“We have very limited data right now because of lack of surveillance ... When the economy shut down last month, so did the casinos and tourism that ...

Coronavirus pandemic | Tamil Nadu reports 74 COVID-19 cases; total goes up to 485
Coronavirus pandemic | Tamil Nadu reports 74 COVID-19 cases; total goes up to 485 "Of the total number, 73 people took part in the Tablighi Jamat congregation at Nizamuddin West in Delhi," Beela Rajesh told reporters.

Panic Buying Could Impact Global Food Supply Chain: United Nations Arm
United Nations agency World Food Programme (WFP) said global markets for basic cereals are well-supplied and prices generally low.

Covid-19: NBFCs Seek Special Funding Window from Banks to Deal with Liquidity Crunch
Ficci had asked for relaxing the classification norms for non-performing assets for NBFCs.

Faced with such an unprecedented test, how's India faring?
Faced with such an unprecedented test, how's India faring?Every move India made is being debated threadbare in locked-down drawing rooms and overheated social media.

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Malawi president, ministers take 10% salary cut to fight coronavirus
Malawi president, ministers take 10% salary cut to fight coronavirusMalawi's president and cabinet will take a 10% salary cut and redirect the money towards the fight against coronavirus, President Peter Mutharika said on Saturday as he announced a stimulus package in an address on state television. Mutharika announced a number of measures aimed at cushioning small- and medium-sized businesses, including tax breaks, a reduction in fuel prices and an increase in risk allowances for health workers. Mutharika also ordered tobacco markets to be opened and allowed to operate without disruption to protect small farmers and bolster foreign currency receipts.



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