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27 May 20:58 155 articles

SpaceX’s first manned rocket launch called off

Storm forces postponement with just 17 minutes left on countdown

27 May 20:58 Ft 707176888972336269.html
NASA astronauts strap in for historic SpaceX rocket launch

Two NASA astronauts were being strapped in for a historic SpaceX rocket launch Wednesday afternoon — but the weather could still derail their trip. Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken rolled up inside

27 May 18:29 New York Post 7654946769114747821.html
Weather delays SpaceX's first astronaut launch from Florida

The next launch window is set for Saturday afternoon, when SpaceX will make a second attempt to send the astronauts into orbit.

27 May 21:02 The Hindu 6679535025825389467.html
'We are go for launch': NASA due to resume human spaceflight with SpaceX takeoff

SpaceX, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's private rocket company, made final preparations to launch two Americans into orbit on Wednesday from ...

27 May 18:21 CNA 5644198862440295060.html
NASA set to resume human spaceflight from US soil with historic SpaceX launch

SpaceX, the private rocket company of billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, was set to launch two Americans into orbit on Wednesday from Florida on ...

27 May 18:21 CNA 5644198864357736258.html
Elon Musk rocket launch postponed due to bad weather

Craft was to be the first private enterprise vehicle in history to take humans into space

27 May 13:54 The Irish Times 8204772967470451490.html
Elon Musk's SpaceX chases history with launch while bigger hurdles loom

SpaceX's first flight with humans aboard is spurring the competitive space industry to new heights, with Boeing also preparing to carry people to orbit

27 May 21:13 Business-Standard 1502508924886547640.html
Elon Musk's SpaceX raises $346 million ahead of debut astronaut mission

US Presid­ent Donald Trump will be among the specta­tors at Kenned­y Space Center to witnes­s the launch­

27 May 08:12 The Express Tribune 1105816785965145695.html
Elon Musk's SpaceX raises US$346 million ahead of debut astronaut mission

Elon Musk's SpaceX said on Tuesday that it raised US$346.2 million in a new round of funding, a day before it launches two American astronauts to ...

27 May 00:45 CNA 5644198862830229065.html
SpaceX-NASA Crewed Mission Postponed over Bad Weather

(AP) Bad weather postpones first launch of NASA astronauts from Florida in nine years. Next attempt is Saturday.

27 May 20:24 Breitbart 3148363492243409394.html
Stormy Weather Delays Historic SpaceX Launch

NASA and SpaceX will try again on Saturday.

27 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587532043768525.html
How to watch the SpaceX Crew Dragon mission

NASA will be live-streaming the SpaceX launch via YouTube and on its website.

27 May 14:35 The Verge 1337119305301155659.html
When will NASA and SpaceX try to launch again? New date for historic mission announced

NASA astronauts, Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken, were expected to take off from Florida at 16:33 EDT (21:33 BST), this evening, but the launch was cancelled due to poor weather conditions

27 May 20:49 mirror 675785261043789174.html
SpaceX, NASA, astronauts making final preparations: 'We're go for launch'

SpaceX is making final preparations for the Demo-2 mission to launch NASA astronauts from U.S. soil for the first time since 2011.

27 May 02:47 Fox News 7362823819970505332.html
How private firm SpaceX is in charge of sending NASA astronauts in orbit

A successful launch on Wednesday could forever change how the world thinks about getting people to space

27 May 15:22 Business-Standard 1502508925485923510.html
SpaceX readies for blast-off with NASA astronauts aboard

NASA is finally ready to go – or as ready as they can be to strap two people on top of a 500-ton rocket filled with combustible fuel

27 May 01:41 Rappler 1882105642793894806.html
Today marks the return of human spaceflight from US soil

When NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken blast off from Florida's Cape Canaveral in a SpaceX Crew Dragon Wednesday, it will be the first time Americans once again will launch from U.S. soil since 2011.

27 May 14:58 Digital Journal 4566489172176225100.html
SpaceX launch postponed due to bad weather

Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken's planned flight from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center to the International Space Station will mark the first time a private company has sent humans into orbit.

27 May 20:00 New York Post 7654946768093532339.html
NASA set to resume human spaceflight from US soil with historic SpaceX launch

First spaceflight of NASA astronauts from American soil in nine years.

27 May 23:44 iTnews 4425008560205389357.html
Why SpaceX's launch for NASA is such a big deal for Elon Musk's rocket company and the US as a whole, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - If SpaceX successfully launches NASA astronauts to the space station, it will open a new era of commercial human spaceflight.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 20:46 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408755992006733.html
First Commercial Crew Launch Postponed Due To Bad Weather Conditions

NASA’s First Commercial Crew Program Launch has unfortunately been postponed due to weather conditions not allowing for a safe launch. The possibility of c

27 May 21:56 IFLScience 242791750315517930.html
SpaceX, NASA delay milestone mission due to bad weather

KENNEDY SPACE CENTRE: SpaceX's landmark launch to the International Space Station - the first crewed mission to blast off from US soil in almost a ...

27 May 23:43 CNA 5644198863660796962.html
Rain Scrubs Space X Launch of First Crewed Mission to Intl Space Station, First Time US Astronauts Launch Into Orbit from American Soil Since 2011

If successful on Saturday, it will be the first time since the last flight of the Space Shuttle in 2011, that US astronauts will go into orbit from American soil.

27 May 21:57 The Jewish Press 7246030799865890354.html
How NASA’s astronauts became SpaceX’s customers | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

It took work across three presidencies, those of George W. Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump, but the United States is at last prepared once again, after nearly a decade, to launch American astronauts into orbit from American soil on an American-built rocket.

27 May 06:13 Star-Advertiser 3439335387515590323.html
Watch SpaceX Launch NASA Astronauts to Space Live Right Here

The day has finally arrived. Today, NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley are scheduled to launch aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon and fly to the International Space Station. You can watch this historic launch live right here.

27 May 18:30 Gizmodo UK 8363059000728239690.html
SpaceX postpones manned mission to space station amid weather concerns

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – SpaceX scrubbed plans to launch the first American astronauts into orbit from U.S.

27 May 20:20 TheHill 355432918612301812.html
US astronauts board SpaceX rocket for historic launch

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (AP) — With thunderstorms threatening a delay, two NASA astronauts climbed aboard a SpaceX rocket ship Wednesday for liftoff on a history-making flight that was seen as a giant leap forward for the booming business of...

27 May 20:08 The Gleaner 1215260530021636779.html
SpaceX readies for blast-off with NASA astronauts aboard

KENNEDY SPACE CENTRE: Gray skies loomed over Florida's Atlantic coast on Tuesday (May 26), just one day before two astronauts were set to blast ...

27 May 05:30 CNA 5644198862649538032.html
Trump on hand to watch historic SpaceX rocket launch

President Trump arrived in Florida Wednesday afternoon to watch the historic SpaceX rocket launch — which is set to send the first Americans into orbit from US soil in nearly a decade. Trump

27 May 19:35 New York Post 7654946768169552625.html
6 ways to watch SpaceX's historic first rocket launch of NASA astronauts live online, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - SpaceX will broadcast live video of its first human mission, called Demo-2, but so will NASA, National Geographic, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and more.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 20:30 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408756067870826.html
Of course billionaires like Elon Musk love outer space. The Earth is too small for their egos

This week, Musk’s SpaceX will launch the first US astronauts into space in nine years. We’re meant to be inspired, but back on the ground the workers are struggling

27 May 06:00 the Guardian 1491978795505071620.html
NASA and SpaceX's launch was postponed, but at least we got to see their wildly corny spacesuits

The much-heralded joint launch between NASA and Elon Musk's SpaceX was postponed on Wednesday due to light rain in Florida. It was a disappointing anticlimax for the first manned space launch from American soil since 2011 — all systems were "go" just an hour before astronauts Robert Behnken

27 May 22:04 Yahoo 7097669637320130326.html
Watch NASA and SpaceX launch astronauts (updated)

This afternoon NASA astronauts will take off from US soil for the first time since NASA’s space shuttle program ended in 2011. They'll travel in a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft to the ISS.

27 May 20:00 Engadget 96641514900739956.html
Elon Musk told NASA astronauts' kids ahead of the SpaceX launch, 'We've done everything we can to make sure your dads come back OK'

NASA has estimated a 1-in-276 chance that the astronauts on the SpaceX rocket could die during the company's first crewed mission.

27 May 19:17 Yahoo 7097669637046581771.html
SpaceX, NASA close to historic launch: 'The hatch is closed'

SpaceX and NASA are in the final stages of preparations for the historic launch that will send astronauts back to space from American soil for the first time since 2011.

27 May 19:35 Fox News 7362823819667934763.html
Elon Musk's SpaceX is taking two NASA astronauts to orbit tonight. Here's everything you need to know

SpaceX has never taken people to space before.

27 May 12:01 The Economic Times 7653256037494774180.html
SpaceX's first crewed mission to the ISS is scrubbed for today

The first attempt at launching US astronauts into space from American soil was delayed by weather conditions on Wednesday. NASA will take another shot Saturday.

27 May 20:21 Engadget 96641516373675336.html
SpaceX Dragon DM-2 Launch Scrubbed – Next Attempt On May 30

Following poor weather conditions, SpaceX and NASA aborted the Dragon DM-2 mission today, with next attempt set for May 30, 2020.

27 May 20:38 Wccftech 3677959679333627625.html
NASA and SpaceX forced to cancel launch due to poor weather conditions

NASA and SpaceX have been forced to cancel today's historic launch, due to poor weather conditions

27 May 20:22 mirror 675785260422182923.html
What is SpaceX as today's launch makes history?

SpaceX is set to make history tonight.

27 May 12:26 Metro 970161747969760979.html
SpaceX delays first historic crewed launch to space due to weather

Just 17 minutes left on the clock.

27 May 20:28 The Verge 1337119304174546918.html
SpaceX delays first US manned mission to space since 2011

SpaceX delays first US manned mission to space since 2011

27 May 21:38 Metro 970161747156516631.html
The 2 astronauts flying SpaceX's new Crew Dragon spaceship explain what it's like to operate it

The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft is set to blast off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on Wednesday at 4:33 p.m.

27 May 14:52 Business Insider 6060062401205015434.html
'If it goes wrong, it's my fault': Elon Musk is feeling nervous hours before SpaceX's historic mission to launch its first astronauts into space

"I'm the chief engineer, so I'd just like to say that if it goes right, it's a credit to the SpaceX-NASA team. If it goes wrong, it's my fault."

27 May 12:34 Business Insider 6060062399455461607.html
Here's How You Can Watch SpaceX's Historic First Launch of NASA Astronauts Live

On Wednesday at 4:33 pm ET, SpaceX plans to rocket its first people into orbit since Elon Musk founded the company 18 years ago.

27 May 00:00 ScienceAlert 8369231565186702951.html
ISS commander hails today's SpaceX launch as 'step towards the future'

SpaceX will become the first private company to send astronauts into space

27 May 08:33 Metro 970161748544788189.html
Historic SpaceX Launch to ISS Scrubbed Over Bad Weather, Rescheduled for Saturday

The NASA and SpaceX launch, which was scheduled to take place from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center on Wednesday, has been postponed due to bad weather.

27 May 20:21 Sputniknews 967333868362691260.html
Nasa SpaceX launch - as it happened: Historic liftoff cancelled moments before takeoff over weather

Nasa has postponed its first launch of astronauts from US soil in nine years due to bad weather, just minutes before lift-off.Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley were due to travel to the International Space Station (ISS) on a rocket and capsule system built by billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's

27 May 12:02 Yahoo 7097669637293427934.html
Watch live: NASA and SpaceX launch astronauts to space

NASA and SpaceX are set to launch astronauts to the International Space Station on Wednesday, marking the first time the U.S. will send humans into space since the retirement of the space shuttle in

27 May 16:00 TheHill 355432919266837388.html
SpaceX ready to launch NASA astronauts, back on home turf

"We're launching American astronauts on American rockets from American soil. We haven't done this really since 2011, so this is a unique moment in time," Bridenstine told The Associated Press.

27 May 16:57 The Indian Express 2885715105127432152.html
SpaceX's launch of NASA astronauts was scrubbed and rescheduled for Saturday because of poor weather, just 17 minutes before liftoff

Stormy weather can endanger the Crew Dragon spacecraft and the astronauts on board. Forecasts previously showed a 50% chance of unsafe conditions.

27 May 20:23 Yahoo 7097669638517249931.html
SpaceX Launch Postponed Due To Poor Weather Conditions

SpaceX is about to send two NASA astronauts into space for the first time, so here's how you can watch this event online.

27 May 20:35 Hollywood Life 1852895045289706449.html
Bad weather delays Space X launch to send two NASA astronauts to ISS

This is the first time a private company launches a manned flight to the International Space Station

27 May 07:20 euronews 7318238121620189314.html
Watch SpaceX Launch People To Space For the First Time Live [Updated]

SpaceX is set to mark a huge milestone in its own company history, with a first-ever crewed spaceflight set to take off from Cape Canaveral in Florida later today. From a report: The mission is Commercial Crew Demo-2, the culmination of its Crew Dragon human spacecraft development program, which wil...

27 May 04:10 science.slashdot.org 3975130317357492150.html
Catch SpaceX Launch NASA Astronauts Into Space For The First Time

The first launch window is set at 4.33pm ET on Wednesday, 27 May 2020.

27 May 00:00 Designtaxi 7791608385166047656.html
SpaceX launch of NASA astronauts tonight is 'a new era in spaceflight'

NASA and SpaceX have teamed up for the Demo-2 blast-off which will send two astronauts to the International Space Station in the Crew Dragon capsule atop the Falcon 9 rocket

27 May 12:26 mirror 675785259824907545.html
SpaceX's launch of NASA astronauts was scrubbed and rescheduled for Saturday because of poor weather, just 17 minutes before liftoff

Stormy weather can endanger the Crew Dragon spacecraft and the astronauts on board. Forecasts previously showed a 50% chance of unsafe conditions.

27 May 20:23 Business Insider 6060062400818818823.html
Astronauts ready for new era US launch

CENTRE SPATIAL KENNEDY, Etats-Unis, May 27, 2020 (AFP) - A new era in space begins Wednesday with the launch by SpaceX of two NASA astronauts into space, a capability that for six decades symbolized the power of a handful of states, and which the United States itself had been deprived of for nine years.

27 May 09:35 Journal Online 6375127392471791807.html
NASA-SpaceX launch called off due to bad weather, next attempt on Saturday

Tropical storm Bertha also formed off the coast of South Carolina earlier in the day, adding to the weather concerns

27 May 21:38 Business-Standard 1502508924620628671.html
A SpaceX rocket carrying NASA astronauts will fly over Notts tonight - here's how to see it

You can also watch the launch online

27 May 12:27 NottinghamshireLive 5149776703014870756.html
SpaceX Delays Launch Of Historic Crew Dragon Spacecraft For NASA After Bad Weather

SpaceX and NASA have delayed the launch of the Crew Dragon spacecraft on a historic mission to the ISS, after poor weather finally halted launch preparations.

27 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587531804345444.html
Watch NASA SpaceX First Crewed Launch Live Here [Postponed]

SpaceX and NASA are all set to execute a historic space mission from the continental United States; follow the live stream coverage here

27 May 18:00 Wccftech 3677959678573712878.html
Weather better for historic SpaceX launch of NASA astronauts

The last time astronauts launched from Florida was on NASA's final space shuttle flight in July 2011. Hurley was the pilot of that mission.

27 May 10:58 The Financial Express 1288289580445253346.html
SpaceX Falcon 9 launch postponed just moments before lift-off

An estimated 1.7 million people from around the world tuned in to the launch from The Kennedy Space Centre in Florida

27 May 21:19 birminghammail 8288260686555825242.html
Elon Musk: Space entrepreneur’s race to Mars

Where did Musk’s obsession with Mars come from and how are current plans progressing?

27 May 14:12 Shropshire Star 3480199991779273734.html
'We'll let you know how it works out': SpaceX's Crew Dragon spaceship toilet is a secret that apparently no one can or wants to talk about

"I don't know the potty answer to the potty question," SpaceX's vice president of mission assurance said, providing no details about the commode.

27 May 16:41 Yahoo 7097669638942777396.html
'Bummed out': SpaceX launch scrubbed because of bad weather

The launch of a SpaceX rocket ship with two NASA astronauts on a history-making flight into orbit was called off with less than 17 minutes to go in the countdown Wednesday because of thunderclouds and the danger of lightning.

27 May 15:18 CTVNews 2422791598070836657.html
6 ways to watch SpaceX’s historic first rocket launch of NASA astronauts live online

Update: SpaceX scrubbed the launch due to potentially unsafe weather conditions. The next launch attempts are on Saturday at 3:22 p.m. ET and Sunday at 3 p.m. ET. We will update this story as new live broadcast schedules emerge for NASA TV, SpaceX, and other outlets.

27 May 20:30 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046882652301418.html
SpaceX launch of Nasa astronauts postponed due to bad weather

The launch will be attempted again on Saturday.

27 May 20:40 TheJournal.ie 6446904419015171364.html
SpaceX's Crew Dragon toilet is on the ceiling of the spaceship — and no one wants to talk about it

"That toilet? Ah, we'll let you know how it works out," NASA astronaut Doug Hurley said. "We'll try it out, and we'll let you know when we get back."

27 May 16:41 Business Insider 6060062401236299266.html
Nasa puts SpaceX in control for first Cape Canaveral astronaut launch since 2011

Weather conditions look favourable as SpaceX looks set to become the first private company to put humans in orbit.

27 May 10:19 Express & Star 7324224459772937355.html
SpaceX and Nasa set to make history as they launch astronauts from US soil

The mission, named Demo-2, will see SpaceX become the first private company to send astronauts into space.

27 May 18:07 The Irish News 993065429071491.html
WATCH LIVE | NASA and SpaceX launch astronauts to space

SpaceX's historic first crewed launch was set to proceed as scheduled Wednesday, NASA announced at midday, but some uncertainty remained over weather conditions just over four hours before takeoff.

27 May 18:24 TimesLIVE 7950036619203970083.html
NASA SpaceX rocket launch cancelled over bad weather fears

Flight to International Space Station now put back until Saturday

27 May 20:23 Liverpool Echo 7727211173806827823.html
NASA and SpaceX's launch was postponed, but at least we got to see their wildly corny spacesuits

The much-heralded joint launch between NASA and Elon Musk's SpaceX was postponed on Wednesday due to light rain in Florida. It was a disappointing anticlimax for the first manned space launch from American soil since 2011 — all systems were "go" just an hour before astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley were scheduled for 4:33 p.m. liftoff — but there was a silver lining to the clouds above Cape Canaveral: the world got to see, for the first time, NASA and SpaceX's alarmingly cheesy spacesuits, which looked something like man-sized Mentos dispensers topped off with garden galoshes. While many on Twitter hailed the gear as looking "soo cool" and "so f—ing dope," the correct reaction came from one commenter who said the suits "make [the astronauts] look like stunt extras in a low budget space movie." Whether or not Behnken and Hurley find themselves menaced by rubbery Venus ghouls in some misbegotten Roger Corman epic, the suits might lead to an even graver danger: not being able to extract their heads from…

27 May 22:04 The Week 149215356343621806.html
Crew Dragon ready for historic launch as NASA looks ahead to next mission

As NASA and SpaceX complete final preparations for the first Crew Dragon mission with astronauts, the agency is already looking ahead to its next mission.

27 May 03:09 SpaceNews 7631243599535342027.html
SpaceX's moment of triumph arrives as astronauts ready for US launch

A new era in space begins Wednesday with the launch by SpaceX of two NASA astronauts into space, a capability that for six decades symbolized the power of a handful of states, and which the United States itself had been deprived of for nine years.

27 May 05:20 Digital Journal 4566489172016275614.html
Watch Live As SpaceX And NASA Launch Two Astronauts To The ISS Today

Today, Wednesday, May 27 at 4.33 pm EDT two NASA astronauts might fly to the International Space Station (ISS) onboard a private spacecraft in a historic l

27 May 16:39 IFLScience 242791748920334556.html
'If it goes wrong, it's my fault': Elon Musk is feeling nervous hours before SpaceX's historic mission to launch its first astronauts into space, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - "I'm the chief engineer, so I'd just like to say that if it goes right, it's a credit to the SpaceX-NASA team. If it goes wrong, it's my fault.". Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 12:34 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408755686703335.html
The 2 astronauts flying SpaceX's new Crew Dragon spaceship explain what it's like to operate it, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft is set to blast off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on Wednesday at 4:33 p.m.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 14:52 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408757436257162.html
Mission Control Is Socially Distancing During Today’s SpaceX Launch

Launching a historic rocket launch during a pandemic looks a little different. Mission control is spread out. NASA execs have to sit six feet apart.

27 May 00:00 Futurism 8561510288140595006.html
Watch the Astronauts Give Their Kids Virtual Hugs Before Launch

Thanks to the ongoing pandemic, NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley had to resort to giving their families a "virtual hug" from six feet away.

27 May 00:00 Futurism 8561510288952595619.html
Stormy Weather May Delay SpaceX’s Historic Launch

SpaceX and NASA may have to scrub their historic launch to the International Space Station this afternoon because of bad weather.

27 May 00:00 Futurism 8561510289983283122.html
Breaking: SpaceX Scrubs Historic Launch Due to Bad Weather

SpaceX and NASA had to scrub their historic launch to the International Space Station this afternoon due to severe weather hitting the coast.

27 May 00:00 Futurism 8561510288869021439.html
SpaceX set for its most important launch ever as skies, seas threaten delays

SpaceX remains on track for an inaugural NASA astronaut launch that will arguably be the most important single mission in the company’s history, although Florida’s summer weather continues to conspire to delay it. Heavily dependent on Atlantic Ocean weather conditions, skies (and seas) thankfully appear to be clearing up on the home stretch to Crew […]

27 May 08:55 Teslarati 613467573635540388.html
NASA and SpaceX forced to cancel launch at last minute due to poor weather conditions

SpaceX was set to launch two astronauts into space tonight

27 May 20:30 Irish Mirror 2875825630074459761.html
Nation's first astronaut launch since 2011 still 'go for launch' despite weather concerns

Weather conditions threatening to scrub the nation’s first astronaut launch in nine years are improving, NASA said Tuesday.

27 May 09:24 ABC Action News - WFTS - Tampa Bay 5911730201964484108.html
President Donal Trump to attend launch of NASA astronauts for the first time in nine years, from America

Astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken are scheduled to blast off on Thursday, 2.00 am IST from launch pad 39A from the Kennedy Space Centre.

27 May 10:03 Tech2 4760741712083497160.html
Historic SpaceX launch postponed because of stormy weather

The launch of a SpaceX rocket ship with two NASA astronauts on a history-making flight into orbit has been called off with 16 minutes to go in the countdown because of the danger of lightning.

27 May 20:35 India Today 4286117814196082831.html
'We are go for launch': NASA due to resume human spaceflight with SpaceX takeoff

By Joey Roulette CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - SpaceX, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's private rocket company, made final preparations to launch two Americans into orbit on Wednesday from Florida on a mission that would mark the first spaceflight of NASA astronauts from U.S.

27 May 18:46 Tech2 4760741711818406225.html
SpaceX launch postponed due to stormy weather

Lift-off was rescheduled for Saturday afternoon

27 May 21:26 The Telegraph 2864094128674877069.html
SpaceX launch from Florida delayed by weather

Mission would have marked first spaceflight of Nasa astronauts from US soil in 9 years

27 May 21:20 Gulf News 2086521544504821286.html
Weather postpones SpaceX's first astronaut launch from Florida

By Joey Roulette CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - SpaceX, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's private rocket company, was forced by foul weather to scrub a planned launch on Wednesday of two Americans into orbit from Florida, a mission that would be the first spaceflight of NASA astronauts from U.S. soil in nine years.

27 May 22:40 Firstpost 4760741713041133156.html
Photos of the Sleek New Ride Ready To Return US Astronauts To Space

This is the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule, sitting on its cargo-carrying “trunk”. The dragon will (God willing) carry two astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) this Wednesday. The capsule will be locked onto the nose of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, pictured here blasting off from Florida’s Merrit Island in January 2020. Since 2011 NASA has paid Russia up to $86 Million per head to send its astronauts into space after America’s eye-wateringly expensive Space Shuttle program was closed down.

27 May 00:56 Petapixel 4288413231789046726.html
SpaceX's launch of NASA astronauts was scrubbed and rescheduled for Saturday due to poor weather, just 17 minutes before liftoff, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - Stormy weather can endanger the Crew Dragon spacecraft and the astronauts onboard. Forecasts previously showed a 50% chance of unsafe conditions.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 20:23 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408757050060551.html
WATCH LIVE: Landmark SpaceX launch cancelled due to poor weather

UPDATED 21:17The landmark SpaceX crewed launch from Cape Canaveral in Florida has been 'scrubbed...

27 May 20:43 Newstalk 7635722258422693302.html
Everything you need to know about SpaceX's historic astronaut launch

The stakes have never been higher for Elon Musk's SpaceX. On Wednesday, the company will attempt to launch two NASA astronauts to the International Space Station in a mission called Demo-2.

27 May 09:54 CTVNews 2422791597501622974.html
NASA adding new television views for SpaceX crew launch

EDITOR’S NOTE: Updated to reflect a scrub of the May 27 launch attempt.

27 May 00:00 Spaceflightnow 836874141502873710.html
SpaceX’s 1st astronaut launch breaking new ground for style | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. >> The first astronauts launched by SpaceX are breaking new ground for style with hip spacesuits, gull-wing Teslas and a sleek rocketship — all of it white with black trim.

27 May 06:31 Star-Advertiser 3439335388711266641.html
NASA astronauts go back to the future with capsule launch | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. >> It’s back to the future as NASA astronauts launch again from the U.S. — aboard a retro-style “Right Stuff” capsule.

27 May 06:27 Star-Advertiser 3439335389102236899.html
‘Bummed Out’: SpaceX Launch Scrubbed Because of Bad Weather

The launch of a SpaceX rocket ship with two NASA astronauts on a history-making flight into orbit was called off with less than 17 minutes to go in the countdown Wednesday because of thunderclouds and the risk of lightning.

27 May 23:20 Courthouse News Service 1799505148698827500.html
What you'll be able to see in the night sky in the weeks to come

Including tonight's launch of The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida

27 May 16:32 DevonLive 2469244512454232974.html
Weather postpones first SpaceX launch of Nasa astronauts minutes before lift-off

An estimated 1.7 million people from around the world tuned in to the launch from The Kennedy Space Centre in Florida.

27 May 20:35 Express & Star 7324224460189012224.html
SpaceX and Nasa set to make history as they launch astronauts from US soil

The mission, named Demo-2, will see SpaceX become the first private company to send astronauts into space.

27 May 18:09 Express & Star 7324224460884196106.html
'We'll let you know how it works out': SpaceX's Crew Dragon spaceship toilet is a secret that apparently no one can or wants to talk about, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - "I don't know the potty answer to the potty question," SpaceX's vice president of mission assurance said, providing no details about the commode.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 16:41 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408757467540994.html
Weather better for historic SpaceX launch of NASA astronauts | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. >> With the weather looking up, SpaceX and NASA officials vowed Tuesday to keep crew safety the top priority for the nation’s first astronaut launch to orbit in nearly a decade.

27 May 02:52 Star-Advertiser 3439335387679552044.html
The 2 astronauts flying SpaceX’s new Crew Dragon spaceship explain what it’s like to operate it

Nearly a decade ago, the space shuttle Atlantis landed in Cape Canaveral, Florida, for the last time. Not a single American rocket-and-spaceship system has launched into space since.

27 May 14:52 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046884020687754.html
‘If it goes wrong, it’s my fault’: Elon Musk is feeling nervous hours before SpaceX’s historic mission to launch its first astronauts into space

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has opened up about his nerves ahead of SpaceX’s first-ever launch of people into orbit on Wednesday – and said the blame lies with him if anything goes wrong.

27 May 12:27 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046882271133927.html
SpaceX to make history launching NASA astronauts on a private rocket

On 27 May, NASA astronauts will launch to the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon, the first time a private company has flown humans into orbit

27 May 00:00 New Scientist 2676996513407796492.html
Musk's space mission to wave US flag

Standby. Ignition. Lift off!

27 May 05:00 Express & Star 7324224459875612601.html
Nasa puts SpaceX in control for first Cape Canaveral astronaut launch since 2011

Weather conditions look favourable as SpaceX looks set to become the first private company to put humans in orbit.

27 May 10:18 Shropshire Star 3480199992226759819.html
Elon Musk told NASA astronauts’ kids, ‘we’ve done everything we can to make sure your dads come back ok’ ahead of the SpaceX launch

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk seemed to get emotional on Wednesday when discussing the astronauts his company is about to launch into space.

27 May 19:17 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046882963649314.html
Weather better for historic SpaceX launch of NASA astronauts

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The weather is looking up for SpaceX's first astronaut launch, as officials vow to keep crew safety the top priority.

27 May 08:42 Fox 4 8372747778191822441.html
NASA, SpaceX postpone historic launch due to weather, reschedule for Saturday

NASA and SpaceX have postponed their historic launch due to inclement weather in Florida. It will now take place on Saturday, weather permitting.

27 May 11:49 Fox 4 8372747776810991697.html
First astronaut launch since 2011 still a go despite weather concerns

Weather conditions threatening to scrub the nation’s first astronaut launch in nine years are improving, NASA said Tuesday.

27 May 05:53 Fox 4 8372747778339874035.html
SpaceX launched NASA astronauts tomorrow at 2.00 am IST: Here is how to watch it LIVE

If due to unforeseen circumstances, this mission is not able to launch, it has back-up dates on Sunday, 31 May, 12.52 am IST and Monday, 1 June, 12.30 am IST.

27 May 14:39 Tech2 4760741712971953468.html
SpaceX Launch Postponed Due to Bad Weather, Next Attempt on May 30

An artist’s illustration of the second stage separation of the Falcon 9 rocket, with the Crew Dragon manned module at … SpaceX Launch Postponed Due to Bad Weather, Next Attempt on May 30 Read More »

27 May 23:18 ISSCNC 6824315490864050492.html
Why SpaceX’s launch for NASA is such a big deal for Elon Musk’s rocket company and the US as a whole

The last time the United States launched humans into space from American soil was in 2011, when the last space shuttle made its final voyage into orbit.

27 May 20:46 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046882576437325.html
SpaceX and Nasa set to make history as they launch astronauts from US soil

The mission, named Demo-2, will see SpaceX become the first private company to send astronauts into space.

27 May 18:08 Shropshire Star 3480199993338018570.html
Weather postpones first SpaceX launch of Nasa astronauts minutes before lift-off

The launch date has now been moved to Saturday at 8:22 pm UK time.

27 May 20:34 Shropshire Star 3480199992642834688.html
Musk's SpaceX set for debut astronaut mission, renewing NASA's crewed launch program

Ending the US space agency's nine-year hiatus in human spaceflight.

27 May 00:17 iTnews 4425008559511318399.html
Musk's space mission to wave US flag

Standby. Ignition. Lift off!

27 May 05:00 Shropshire Star 3480199991277760994.html
SpaceX launch livestream: Watch history in the making

Nasa and SpaceX are preparing for the first manned launch to take off from American soil since 2011. Watch the livestream here.

27 May 18:30 TechCentral 724913820076635169.html
‘We’ll let you know how it works out’: SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spaceship toilet is a secret that apparently no one can or wants to talk about

Ever since the first US astronaut visited space, 59 years ago, NASA has struggled to find clean, comfortable ways to get people restroom facilities in space.

27 May 16:41 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046884051971586.html
Stormy weather delays Crew Dragon launch to Saturday

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27 May 00:00 Spaceflightnow 836874143221529518.html
SpaceX launch postponed due to bad weather

Just minutes away from take off, and SpaceX has had to call of its historic launch. Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk’s company was set to become the first private company to launch astronauts into…

27 May 20:39 myGC.com.au 214966662210161231.html
SpaceX and Nasa set to make history as they launch astronauts from US soil

The mission, named Demo-2, will see SpaceX become the first private company to send astronauts into space.

27 May 18:10 Jersey Evening Post 6141642775419599626.html
Nasa puts SpaceX in control for first Cape Canaveral astronaut launch since 2011

With the weather looking up, SpaceX and Nasa officials say crew safety is the top priority for the nation’s first astronaut launch to orbit in nearly a decade.

27 May 10:15 independent 5894610846071637725.html
SpaceX's moment of triumph arrives as astronauts ready for US launch

A new era in space begins Wednesday with the launch by SpaceX of two NASA astronauts into space, a capability that for six decades symbolized the power of a handful of states, and which the United States itself had been deprived of for nine years.

27 May 14:00 manilastandard.net 4715274785127632098.html
Stormy weather scrubs historic SpaceX launch from Cape Canaveral

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - The launch of a SpaceX rocket ship with two NASA astronauts on a history-making flight into orbit was called off with 16 minutes to g

27 May 21:01 iNFOnews.ca 6669504245978232237.html
Launch of Nasa astronauts in Elon Musk's Space X rocket postponed due to bad weather

Bad weather has prevented the first launch of Nasa astronauts from US soil in nine years, with the SpaceX capsule now due to attempt lift-off on Saturday.

27 May 21:47 independent 5894610846330342535.html
Manned SpaceX mission called off minutes before lift-off

Nasa and SpaceX are preparing for the first manned launch to take off from American soil since 2011. Watch the livestream here.

27 May 08:30 TechCentral 724913819417420494.html
SpaceX’s moment of triumph arrives as astronauts ready for US launch

New era begins as US space agency NASA uses private company for mission

27 May 06:56 Gulf News 2086521545101649642.html
Historic SpaceX and NASA space mission aborted

The launch will be next attempted on Sunday (NZ time).

27 May 20:21 Newshub 2131266986519142115.html
SpaceX Crewed Mission Postponed Due To Bad Weather Just Before Launch

SpaceX's landmark launch to the International Space Station was postponed Wednesday due to poor weather with around 20 minutes to go until takeoff.

27 May 20:32 NDTV.com 5090057681374153570.html
SpaceX, NASA delay milestone mission due to bad weather

SpaceX's historic first crewed launch is set to proceed on schedule tonight, NASA has announced, but uncertainty remained over weather conditions just hours before take-off.

27 May 16:59 RTE.ie 7595237279486132080.html
SpaceX to launch astronauts

A SpaceX rocket is ready to boost two NASA astronauts into orbit today, the first launch of Americans from the U.S. in nearly a decade.

27 May 07:30 Castanet 616068602785730653.html
NASA, SpaceX postpone historic launch due to weather, reschedule for Saturday

NASA and SpaceX have postponed their historic launch due to inclement weather in Florida. It will now take place on Saturday, weather permitting.

27 May 16:49 ABC15 Arizona 911680910355441809.html
LAUNCH DELAYED: Americans Back in Space - The Historic SpaceX and NASA Project

UPDATE: Due to weather issues, the launch has been delayed until Saturday, May 30 at 3:22 pm ET. 

27 May 20:00 Townhall 6083908947212671183.html
2 US astronauts arrive at launch pad for SpaceX launch

 With thunderstorms and the possibility of tornadoes threatening a delay, two NASA astronauts climbed aboard a SpaceX rocket ship Wednesday for liftoff on a history-making flight that was seen as a giant leap forward for the booming business of commercial space travel.

27 May 18:46 India Today 4286117812847831189.html
What do we know spacex’s astronaut suits and the vehicle they use to travel to the launchpad; launch tonight at 2:00 am IST

Musk named his rocket after the “Star Wars” Millennium Falcon and the capsule's name comes from his jab at the doubters when he started SpaceX.

27 May 07:07 Tech2 4760741712563868451.html
SpaceX Ready To Launch NASA Astronauts, Back On Home Turf

It's set to be the first launch of Americans from the U.S. in nearly a decade.

27 May 14:25 HuffPost 5982769915283279323.html
Video: SpaceX on cusp of launching astronauts, back on home turf

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (AP) — SpaceX was on the cusp of launching NASA astronauts into orbit Wednesday, a first for a private company and a giant leap forward for the booming business of space travel.The planned afternoon liftoff to the International Space Station will be the first of Americans from the U.S. in nearly a decade.Riding aboard the brand new SpaceX Dragon capsule for the historic test flight will be veteran NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken.Thunderstorms remained a concern, both at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center and along the Dragon’s path to orbit. SpaceX had a split second to launch the Falcon rocket, at 4:33 p.m. EDT, using the same pad where men flew to the moon and the last space shutt

27 May 14:30 THE OKLAHOMAN 7193318762268934625.html
Weather postpones first SpaceX launch of Nasa astronauts minutes before lift-off

Nasa chiefs have said the SpaceX launch that was scheduled for Wednesday had to be delayed over concerns that the launch could trigger lightning.Looming rain and thunderstorms meant that the first launch of astronauts from US soil in nine years had to be aborted just minutes before lift-off.Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley were due to travel to the International Space Station (ISS) on a rocket and capsule system built by billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk’s firm SpaceX.

27 May 23:38 ITV News 2184971258406330673.html
Historic SpaceX astronaut launch delayed at the last minute

SPACEX aimed to make history today, with the launch of its Demo-2 capsule. However, the eagerly-anticipated mission has been postponed - but why?

27 May 20:52 Buzz.ie 7092425148851954686.html
Bad weather threatens SpaceX’s first crewed mission

For the moment, takeoff remains scheduled for 10.33pm SA time from the Kennedy Space Center's Launch Pad 39A.

27 May 16:22 The Citizen 410802300595890092.html
SpaceX’s moment of triumph arrives as astronauts ready for US launch

A new era in space begins Wednesday with the launch by SpaceX of two NASA astronauts into space, a capability that for six decades symbolized the power of a handful of states, and which the United States itself had been deprived of for nine years.

27 May 05:32 The Citizen 410802300556917300.html
SpaceX's moment of triumph arrives as astronauts ready for US launch

A new era in space begins Wednesday with the launch by SpaceX of two NASA astronauts into space, a capability that for six decades symbolized the power of a handful of states, and which the United States ...

27 May 08:03 phys.org 3476726123660800623.html
Weather delays SpaceX’s first astronaut launch from Florida

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., May 27 (Reuters) - SpaceX, the private rocket company of billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, was forced by foul weather to scrub a planned launch on Wednesday of two Americans into orbit from Florida, a mission that would mark the first spaceflight of NASA astronauts from U.S. soil in nine years.

27 May 20:29 Daily Maverick 2373996787397215655.html
Bad weather halts historic Space X launch

Poor weather has forced SpaceX to call off the launch of NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken to the International Space Station (ISS). The two men were due to go up from the Kennedy Space Center in what would have been the first orbital mission from the US in nine years. But unfavorable atmospheric conditions prompted controllers to call a stop just 16 minutes before lift-off. The next opportunity for SpaceX and NASA will come on Saturday. If that's no good, there would be a third opportunity on Sunday. The frustration was that conditions just an hour after the designated launch time of 16:33 EDT were probably acceptable. But this was an instantaneous launch window where the SpaceX Falcon rocket and its Dragon crew capsule had to leave on time or they wouldn't be able to catch the space station. There is great interest in this mission. Not since the retirement of the shuttles in 2011 has America been able to launch its own astronauts into space - a big gap in which the US has had to rely on Russian Soyuz…

27 May 00:00 Inlandnewstoday 5627894673149171788.html
NASA, SpaceX Gear Up for Historic Crewed Launch Today

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27 May 12:15 Extremetech 653399568593344307.html
SpaceX ready to launch NASA astronauts, back on home turf

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A SpaceX rocket is ready to boost two NASA astronauts into orbit Wednesday, the first launch of Americans from the U.S. in nearly a decade. Liftoff is set for 4:33 p.m.

27 May 14:04 KitchenerToday.com 52741010604959954.html
SpaceX on cusp of launching astronauts, back on home turf

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX was on the cusp of launching NASA astronauts into orbit Wednesday, a first for a private company and a giant leap forward for the booming business of space travel.

27 May 14:31 KitchenerToday.com 52741010504258907.html
`Bummed out': SpaceX launch scrubbed because of bad weather

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The launch of a SpaceX rocket ship with two NASA astronauts on a history-making flight into orbit was called off with less than 17 minutes to go in the countdown Wednesday because of thunderclouds and the danger of lightning.

27 May 21:55 KitchenerToday.com 52741010536701881.html
'Bummed out': SpaceX launch scrubbed because of bad weather

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The launch of a SpaceX rocket ship with two NASA astronauts on a history-making flight into orbit was called off with less than 17 minutes to go in the countdown Wednesday because of thunderclouds and the risk of lightning.

27 May 23:12 KitchenerToday.com 52741008945480834.html
France Bans Hydroxychloroquine To Treat Covid-19

27 May 08:58 13 articles

France halts hydroxychloroquine use for Covid-19 cases

Europe News: The French government on Wednesday banned treatment of Covid-19 patients with hydroxychloroquine, a controversial and potentially harmful drug that US

27 May 08:58 The Times of India 6060938664918786319.html
France Bans Hydroxychloroquine To Treat Covid-19

The French government has banned the prescription of hydroxychloroquine to treat symptoms of Covid-19 because of concerns over serious health risks from taking the drug. Is it the end of the road for the wonder cure?

27 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587532243699605.html
France stops hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 treatment

The French government said Wednesday that doctors can no longer treat COVID-19 patients with hydroxychloroquine, a controversial and potentially harmful drug nonetheless being promoted by US Presid...

27 May 12:26 Punch Newspapers 3524240995582161877.html
France halts hydroxychloroquine use for Covid-19 cases: Govt

Use of the drug, normally a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis and lupus, has proven controversial after some prominent doctors and even US President Donald Trump began backing it during the coronavirus outbreak.

27 May 08:35 Hindustan Times 696565558640202694.html
France halts hydroxychloroquine for coronavirus treatment

PARIS: The French government on Wednesday banned treatment of COVID-19 patients with hydroxychloroquine, a controversial and potentially harmful drug that US President Donald Trump has said he is taking preventively. The move came after two French advisory bodies and the World Health Organization warned this week that the drug — a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis and lupus —

27 May 10:11 Arab News 8912634264639620401.html
France Bars Hydroxychloroquine for Covid-19 Treatment

The French government said Wednesday that doctors can no longer treat Covid-19 patients with hydroxychloroquine, a potentially harmful drug being promoted by President Donald Trump.

27 May 12:41 Courthouse News Service 1799505149043953880.html
France halts hydroxychloroquine for coronavirus treatment

The French government on Wednesday banned treatment of COVID-19 patients with hydroxychloroquine, a controversial and potentially harmful drug that US President Donald Trump has said he is taking preventively.

27 May 16:45 The Jakarta Post 7678601102836937875.html
France: Do not prescribe hydroxychloroquine for Covid

PARIS, May 27 — The French government said today that doctors should no longer prescribe hydroxychloroquine for Covid-19 patients, an unproven and potentially harmful treatment for the disease nonetheless promoted by US President Donald Trump. The move came after two French advisory bodies and...

27 May 14:57 Malaymail 302165936003396416.html
France halts hydroxychloroquine use for Covid-19 cases

PARIS, May 27 — French doctors are no longer allowed to use hydroxychloroquine to treat Covid-19 cases, according to new government rules today, after two French advisory bodies said the drug could pose serious health risks. Use of the drug, normally a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis and...

27 May 08:27 Malaymail 302165935225371718.html
Do not prescribe hydroxychloroquine for COVID: France

Paris, France | AFP | The French government said Wednesday that doctors should no longer prescribe hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 patients, an unproven and potentially harmful treatment for the disease nonetheless promoted by US President Donald Trump. The move came after two French advisory bodies and the World Health Organization (WHO) warned this week that the drug, …

27 May 21:00 The Independent Uganda: 5099025989776659135.html
France halts hydroxychloroquine for coronavirus treatment

The French government said Wednesday that doctors can no longer treat COVID-19 patients with hydroxychloroquine, a controversial and potentially harmful drug nonetheless being promoted by US President Donald Trump.

27 May 12:14 The Guardian 7580308505329228094.html
France halts hydroxychloroquine for coronavirus treatment

Paris - The French government on Wednesday banned treatment of COVID-19 patients with hydroxychloroquine, a controversial and potentially harmful drug that US President Donald Trump has said he is taking preventively.

27 May 12:24 The Peninsula 1202843882610442607.html
Covid-19: France bans treatment of coronavirus patients with hydroxychloroquine

Under new rules, the drug can be used only in clinical trials to test its efficacy against the coronavirus.

27 May 16:10 Scroll.in 8669301692503233863.html
Locust swarms attack crops in Maha, other states

27 May 17:18 8 articles

Locust threat is bigger this year, warns Agriculture Ministry monitor

A huge challenge is likely to emerge when the swarms flying over 20 districts in Rajasthan start breeding.

27 May 17:18 The Hindu 6679535024461735931.html
Karnataka govt prepares for locust attack as crop-eaters march to Maharashtra

Fearing the invasion of a massive locust swarm that has reached parts of Maharashtra, authorities are desperately hoping for a change in wind direction — currently flowing in North-South direction — to prevent the flying insects from approaching the northern parts of Karnataka.

27 May 23:44 Deccan Herald 2027555797056612060.html
Locust swarms attack crops in Maha, other states

An invasion by swarms of desert locusts has devastated crops in India's heartland, threatening an already vulnerable region that is struggling with the economic cost of coronavirus lockdown.

27 May 22:42 Bangalore Mirror 4632149708210458056.html
‘Chance of locust attack in Tamil Nadu remote’

Despite a ‘remote chance’ of a locust swarm attacking the State, Tamil Nadu government officials have planned a five-point strategy to handle the situation, should the menace touch its borders.Asked a

27 May 18:19 The Hindu 6679535024322307211.html
Locust Menace: UP, Maharashtra, Punjab on High Alert; Centre Steps up Efforts; Drones to be Deployed Soon

As per updates, about 21 districts in Rajasthan, 18 districts in Madhya Pradesh, 2 districts in Gujarat and 1 district in Punjab have undertaken locust control measures till now.

27 May 17:57 India News, Breaking News, Entertainment News | India.com 7150386082715873793.html
Worst attack in years: Locusts reach major parts of India, damage crops

Locusts swarms entered major districts of India and could head towards Maharashtra's districts damages crops, the worst attack in 26 years.

27 May 17:19 TechGenyz 5378425014900339715.html
After Rajasthan and MP, locusts reach Uttar Pradesh's Jhansi, damage crops in Maharashtra's Nagpur; Punjab issues alert

A locust swarm reached Jhansi district on Wednesday, an Uttar Pradesh official said. Other districts in the region are also on alert.

27 May 18:21 Firstpost 4760741713751735521.html
Locusts swarm UP and Maharashtra, high alert in Punjab; Government to deploy drones

About 21 districts in Rajasthan, 18 districts in Madhya Pradesh, 2 districts in Gujarat and 1 district in Punjab have undertaken locust control measures till now, the agriculture ministry said.

27 May 21:37 The New Indian Express 4718288653798171877.html
Allosaurus dinosaur suspected to be scavenging cannibal

27 May 20:47 14 articles

In lean times, fierce dinosaur Allosaurus resorted to cannibalism

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The dreaded dinosaur Allosaurus was the scourge of the Jurassic Period landscape some 150 million years ago, an apex predator just as Tyrannosaurus rex was 80 million years later during the Cretaceous Period.

27 May 20:47 Reuters 8334514180498754355.html
In lean times, fierce dinosaur Allosaurus resorted to cannibalism

The dreaded dinosaur Allosaurus was the scourge of the Jurassic Period landscape some 150 million years ago, an apex predator just as Tyrannosaurus rex was 80 million years later during the Cretaceous Period. The researchers unearthed 2,368 fossil bones including several different dinosaurs and other

27 May 20:47 Yahoo 7097669637326996833.html
Allosaurus dinosaur suspected to be scavenging cannibal

Dinosaur-on-dinosaur dining habit revealed by scrutiny of fossil bones from Colorado site

27 May 18:00 the Guardian 1491978795318526287.html
Dinosaurs may have turned to cannibalism in hard times, study shows

Some dinosaurs that were facing a resource-scarce environment in present-day Colorado resorted to scavenging and possibly cannibalism, a new study showed.

27 May 20:44 Fox News 7362823819812330790.html
Dinosaurs turned to cannibalism when food was scarce, study finds

Scientists have revealed that T.Rex and other Jurassic dinosaurs often turned to cannibalism, especially if their environments were already strapped for resources

27 May 18:00 mirror 675785260313804314.html
In stressed ecosystems Jurassic dinosaurs turned to scavenging, maybe even cannibalism

Among dinosaurs of ancient Colorado, scavenging and possibly cannibalism were responses to a resource-scarce environment, according to a new study.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802492532629.html
Carnivorous Dinosaurs Like Allosaurus Were Cannibals

Tooth-marked bones show that huge flesh-eaters had no qualms about chomping their own kind when times got tough

27 May 14:00 Smithsonian Magazine 8368884274529248343.html
Some dinosaurs may have resorted to cannibalism when food was scarce – study

New research suggests flesh-eating creatures such as the Allosaurus may have been scavengers.

27 May 18:02 Express & Star 7324224459979139298.html
Some dinosaurs may have resorted to cannibalism when food was scarce – study

New research suggests flesh-eating creatures such as the Allosaurus may have been scavengers.

27 May 18:02 Shropshire Star 3480199993187545533.html
Some dinosaurs may have resorted to cannibalism when food was scarce – study

New research suggests flesh-eating creatures such as the Allosaurus may have been scavengers.

27 May 18:02 Shropshire Star 3480199992432961762.html
Dinosaurs Turned to Cannibalism in Hard Times, Fossil Evidence Shows

Eating one's own kind might be considered poor taste to us humans, but it's a remarkably common survival tactic among other animals. Which is why we shouldn't be surprised that dinosaurs also turned to cannibalism on occasion.

27 May 00:00 ScienceAlert 8369231565818136129.html
Some dinosaurs may have resorted to cannibalism when food was scarce – study

New research suggests flesh-eating creatures such as the Allosaurus may have been scavengers.

27 May 18:04 Jersey Evening Post 6141642775269126589.html
In stressed ecosystems Jurassic dinosaurs turned to scavenging, maybe even cannibalism

Among dinosaurs of ancient Colorado, scavenging and possibly cannibalism were responses to a resource-scarce environment, according to a study published May 27, 2020 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE ...

27 May 18:00 phys.org 3476726122915952667.html
Cannibal dinosaurs resorted to eating each other when food was scarce

Bite marks on a collection of Jurassic dinosaur bones show that allosaurus, a carnivorous dinosaur, sometimes ate its own kind, possibly because environmental conditions made other food scarce

27 May 00:00 New Scientist 2676996514135769209.html
China’s survey team summits Mt Everest to remeasure its height

27 May 09:08 11 articles

China’s survey team summits Mt Everest to remeasure its height

According to China’s measurement the height of Mount Everest is 8844.43 meters which is four meters less than Nepal’s calculations, the state media reported.

27 May 09:08 Hindustan Times 696565558005505738.html
Chinese team summits Everest amid bid to remeasure peak

The ascent, reported by Chinese state media, comes after both China and Nepal canceled the spring climbing season on the mountain that straddles their border.

27 May 05:56 The Hindu 6679535024544262156.html
Chinese team summits Everest amid bid to remeasure peak

A 53-member team from Chinas Ministry of National Resources has been conducting scientific work on Everest since early March.

27 May 07:32 The Indian Express 2885715105070534658.html
Chinese team summits Everest amid bid to remeasure peak

A Chinese survey team on Wednesday became the first and perhaps only group to climb Mt. Everest this year, part of a project to remeasure the exact height of the world's tallest mountain.

27 May 05:46 CTVNews 2422791599069254231.html
First virus-era Chinese expedition measures Everest

A group of Chinese surveyors on Wednesday became the first team this year to summit Mount Everest, where they will try to pinpoint the height of the world's tallest peak using satellite technology.

27 May 07:10 Digital Journal 4566489171867899421.html
China's survey team summits Mt Everest to remeasure its height

After summiting, team members began erecting a survey marker on the snow-covered peak, which measures less than 20 square meters, the report said.

27 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024964369750798.html
China's survey team summits Mt Everest to measure its height

 A Chinese survey team on Wednesday reached Mount Everest through Tibet to remeasure the exact height of the world’s tallest mountain. According to China’s measurement the height of Mount Everest is

27 May 12:52 Deccan Herald 2027555796448737472.html
Chinese team summits Everest amid bid to remeasure peak

BEIJING — A Chinese survey team on Wednesday became the first and perhaps only group to climb Mt. Everest this year, part of a project to remeasure the exact height of the world’s tallest mountain.

27 May 04:46 680News 8014034334384492888.html
First virus-era Chinese expedition measures Everest

A group of Chinese surveyors on Wednesday became the first team this year to summit Mount Everest, where they will try to pinpoint the height of the world's tallest peak using satellite technology.

27 May 16:00 manilastandard.net 4715274785545310761.html
First virus-era Chinese expedition measures Everest

Beijing - A group of Chinese surveyors on Wednesday became the first team this year to summit Mount Everest, where they will try to pinpoint the height of the world's tallest peak using satellite technology.

27 May 10:20 The Peninsula 1202843881773731525.html
Mt. Everest to be remeasured

The ascent, reported by Chinese state media, comes after both China and Nepal canceled the spring climbing season on the mountain

27 May 00:00 Telangana Today 8182025568378124578.html
COVID-19: Nigeria won’t suspend hydroxychloroquine trial — NAFDAC

27 May 20:00 19 articles

France bans use of hydroxychloroquine to treat Covid-19

Drug promoted by Trump banned following study finding links with higher mortality rate

27 May 20:00 The Irish Times 8204772969055065032.html
Indonesia, major advocate of hydroxychloroquine, told by WHO to stop using it

Indonesian companies have made millions of doses

27 May 06:45 The Jakarta Post 7678601104157260163.html
WHO expects hydroxychloroquine safety findings by mid-June

ZURICH: The World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday (May 26) promised a swift review of data on hydroxychloroquine, probably by mid-June, after ...

27 May 00:47 CNA 5644198863202642055.html
NSCIA raises panel, CAN meets on worship centres’ reopening

Olalekan Adetayo, Friday Olokor, Samson Folarin, Tobi Aworinde and Wale Oyewale The Christian Association of Nigeria and the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs have begun work on guideli...

27 May 04:40 Punch Newspapers 3524240995394294035.html
COVID-19: Chloroquine trial to continue in Nigeria - The Nation Nigeria

Nigeria will continue with the solidarity trial of chloroquine for COVID-19 treatment, the National Agency for Food and Drugs Administration ...

27 May 10:00 Latest Nigeria News, Nigerian Newspapers, Politics 2658445901602316347.html
WHO Temporarily Suspends Hydroxychloroquine Tests for COVID-19, Nigeria Goes On with the Trial

Testing of the malaria drug as a possible treatment for coronavirus has been halted because of safety fears, the World Health Organization (WHO) says. Trials in several countries are being "temporarily" suspended as a precaution, the agency said on Monday.

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Explained: What next for HCQ after enrolment freeze?

Coronavirus (Covid-19) Vaccine: A recent study in The Lancet had cautioned that the use of a regimen containing hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine (with or without a macrolide) was associated with no evidence of benefit.

27 May 05:23 The Indian Express 2885715103999550320.html
WHO suspends trials of drug promoted by Trump to fight coronavirus

GENEVA: The World Health Organisation (WHO) has suspended trials of the drug that US President Donald Trump promoted as a coronavirus defence. WHO said the suspension of clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine as a potential treatment for Covid-19 is a precautionary...

27 May 06:00 thenewpaper 2217039561939988166.html
France, Italy, Belgium act to stop use of hydroxychloroquine for covid-19 on safety fears

France's cancellation, which effectively bans the drug for covid-19, was confirmed by the health ministry.The WHO said a safety panel would act by mid-June to evaluate the drug's use in its multi-country trial of potential covid-19 treatments

27 May 16:03 Livemint 6614605818467733305.html
WHO expects hydroxychloroquine safety findings by mid-June

ZURICH, May 26 (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday promised a swift review of data on hydroxychloroquine, probably by mid-June, after safety concerns prompted the group to suspend the malaria drug's use in a large trial on COVID-19 patients.

27 May 10:07 Daily Maverick 2373996788099944557.html
COVID-19: Nigeria won’t suspend hydroxychloroquine trial — NAFDAC

Barely 24  hours after the World Health Organisation, WHO, suspended all clinical trials for hydroxychloroquine COVID-19, NAFDAC,

27 May 05:08 Vanguard News 4125100339488450631.html
WHO halts Hydroxychloroquine in COVID-19 trial over safety concerns

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has taken a toll on 188 countries and territories across the globe. With the increasing number of confirmed cases, scientists race to develop treatments and vaccines to fight the novel coronavirus.

27 May 07:00 News-Medical.net 4522523030408383777.html
COVID-19: WHO Expects Anti-malarial Drug Hydroxychloroquine Safety Findings By Mid-June

'A final decision on the harm, benefit or lack of benefit of hydroxychloroquine will be made once the evidence has been reviewed by the Data Safety Monitoring Board,' the body said in a statement. 'It is expected by mid-June.'

27 May 03:00 Abplive 5873643725607500041.html
WHO to find results of anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine's safety findings by mid-June

Last month, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) already warned against the usage of the pill outside of a hospital setting, just seven days after it approved an emergency use authorisation for the drug.

27 May 02:28 DNA India 7533428662533800712.html
COVID-19 Update: Hydroxychloroquine Trials Continue Despite Suspensions from World Health Organization

The British coronavirus trial of the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine will continue despite studies of the drug being suspended by the World Health Organization due to concerns and fears that it may raise the risk of deaths globally.

27 May 00:40 Tech Times 4011848567869659641.html
Nigeria to continue using hydroxychloroquine on Covid-19 patients

Authorities go on with hydroxychloroquine clinical trials despite WHO warning.

27 May 00:00 The East African 3857388830572663778.html
WHO, doctors, others split over ‘coronavirus drugs’

WHO, research institutes, medical doctors and pharmacists are divided over safety concerns emanating from the use of malaria drugs

27 May 04:05 The Guardian 7580308504761783019.html
Coronavirus: WHO suspends chloroquine trial for treatment

World Health Organisation (WHO) said it has suspended the solidarity trial of hydroxychloroquine for Covid-19 treatment as the world faces coronavirus crisis.

27 May 06:55 Legit 3764253650374044642.html
Coronavirus update: Why WHO put a pause on hydroxychloroquine trials

Coronavirus crisis: WHO is currently assessing the use of hydroxychloroquine on COVID-19 patients within the Solidarity Trial. The hydroxychloroquine arm of the trial has been paused as a precaution while the safety data is being reviewed.

27 May 04:16 Business Today 1145527431587000514.html
The Apprentice contestant company’s adverts banned for Covid-19 cure claims

27 May 07:42 7 articles

The Apprentice's Daniel Elahi's product ads banned for claiming they'd cure coronavirus

Daniel Elahi has had three adverts for his Revival Shots rehydration sachets banned by the Advertising Standards Authority as they implied they'd boost immunity and help cure COVID-19

27 May 07:42 mirror 675785261274332364.html
Apprentice contestant company's adverts banned over coronavirus cure claims

Revival Shots, founded by former Apprentice contestant Daniel Elahi, has been reprimanded by the Advertising Standards Authority

27 May 12:39 Wales Online 7686550517463263095.html
Former The Apprentice star's adverts banned after implying product cures Covid-19

Revival Shots founded by Daniel Elahi had three adverts banned on Facebook and Instagram.

27 May 20:17 dailyrecord 552235479999226243.html
The Apprentice contestant company’s adverts banned for Covid-19 cure claims

Revival Shots, founded by Daniel Elahi, has been reprimanded by the Advertising Standards Authority.

27 May 12:48 Express & Star 7324224459064268299.html
Coronavirus: Apprentice star's firm rebuked over Covid-19 ads

Watchdog said Revival Shots had suggested its rehydration sachets could help treat the disease.

27 May 10:57 BBC News 3883826129086383263.html
The Apprentice contestant company’s adverts banned for Covid-19 cure claims

Revival Shots, founded by Daniel Elahi, has been reprimanded by the Advertising Standards Authority.

27 May 12:48 Shropshire Star 3480199991518090763.html
The Apprentice contestant company’s adverts banned for Covid-19 cure claims

Revival Shots, founded by Daniel Elahi, has been reprimanded by the Advertising Standards Authority.

27 May 12:49 Jersey Evening Post 6141642773599671819.html
U.S. states sue Trump administration over fuel efficiency rollback

27 May 23:09 5 articles

U.S. states sue Trump administration over fuel efficiency rollback

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A group of 23 U.S. states and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit on Wednesday challenging a Trump administration decision to weaken Obama-era fuel efficiency standards.

27 May 23:09 Reuters 8334514180147319987.html
States Sue to Block Trump From Weakening Fuel Economy Rules

At stake in the lawsuit is the single biggest effort by the United States to fight the climate crisis.

27 May 20:23 NY Times 1961078289094829263.html
Nearly two dozen attorneys general sue Trump administration over controversial fuel standard

Car companies are split on the standards

27 May 20:16 The Verge 1337119305069182957.html
U.S. states sue Trump administration over fuel efficiency rollback

WASHINGTON — A group of 23 U.S. states and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit on Wednesday challenging a Trump administration decision to weaken Obama-era fuel efficiency standards.

27 May 23:03 Financial Post 2379081491788156449.html
23 states sue Trump administration over fuel efficiency rollback

A group of 23 U.S. states and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit on Wednesday challenging a Trump administration decision to weaken Obama-era fuel efficiency standards. In March, the Trump administration issued final rules requiring 1.5% annual increases in vehicle fuel efficiency through 2026 - far weaker than the…

27 May 19:57 Japan Today 8582716286642254414.html
Brazil leads daily virus deaths for fifth straight day

27 May 01:53 13 articles

Brazil leads daily virus deaths for fifth straight day

Brazil reported the highest daily COVID-19 death toll in the world Tuesday with 1,039 people killed, the fifth straight day the country has topped the list. Latin America's largest country, which has emerged as a new epicenter in the coronavirus pandemic, has seen its daily death toll surge past

27 May 01:53 Yahoo 7097669638078488388.html
Brazil leads daily coronavirus deaths for fifth straight day

Brazil reported the highest daily COVID-19 death toll in the world Tuesday with 1,039 people killed, the fifth straight day the country has topped ...

27 May 10:15 CNA 5644198862709355539.html
Brazil Counts Almost Twice As Many Daily Covid-19 Deaths As The U.S.

On Tuesday, the virus claimed more than 1,000 lives in Brazil.

27 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587532341922951.html
Brazil daily virus deaths again top 1,000

The country now has confirmed a total of 24,512 deaths, according to health ministry figures.

27 May 02:11 The Hindu 6679535025877966859.html
Brazil leads daily virus deaths for fifth straight day

Brazil reported the highest daily COVID-19 death toll in the world Tuesday with 1,039 people killed, the fifth straight day the country has topped the list.

27 May 02:00 Digital Journal 4566489171560406432.html
Brazil reports over 1,000 virus deaths, 16,000 cases

Total case count in world's second worst-hit countr­y crosse­s 390,000, death toll nears 25,000

27 May 08:16 The Express Tribune 1105816787882963808.html
Brazil leads daily virus deaths for fifth straight day

Brazil reported the highest daily COVID-19 death toll in the world Tuesday with 1,039 people killed, the fifth straight day the country has topped the list.

27 May 12:15 manilastandard.net 4715274784449562205.html
Brazil leads daily virus deaths for fifth straight day

Brazil reported the highest daily COVID-19 death toll in the world Tuesday with 1,039 people killed, the fifth straight day the country has topped the list.

27 May 09:45 The Guardian 7580308505052543210.html
Brazil leads daily Covid-19 deaths - VIDEO

Country has emerged as a new epicentre in the coronavirus pandemic.

27 May 03:48 Daily Nation 7421817124214864003.html
Brazil reports highest coronavirus death toll in world for fifth straight day

Brazil's daily death toll has passed 1,000 four times since the pandemic accelerated in the country a week ago. Brazil has now confirmed a total of 24,512 deaths, according to health ministry figures.

27 May 03:24 India Today 4286117813927851444.html
Brazil leads daily virus deaths for fifth straight day

Latin America's largest country, which has emerged as a new epicenter in the coronavirus pandemic, has seen its daily death toll surge past that of the United States, the hardest-hit country so far.

27 May 00:00 ewn.co.za 2308610106941689619.html
Brazil leads daily virus deaths for fifth straight day

Brazil reported the highest daily COVID-19 death toll in the world Tuesday with 1,039 people killed, the fifth straight day the country has topped the list.       

27 May 00:00 Telangana Today 8182025566357469360.html
Brazil leads in daily coronavirus deaths for fifth straight day

Country has emerged as a new epicentre in the coronavirus pandemic.

27 May 00:00 The East African 3857388830851284875.html
Tropical Storm Bertha forms, hits South Carolina coast

27 May 19:02 16 articles

Bertha weakens to tropical depression after making landfall in South Carolina

(Reuters) - Bertha, the second named storm this Atlantic hurricane season, has weakened to a tropical depression but was still expected to bring heavy rain and possibly life-threatening flash floods to parts of the Carolinas and Virginia, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said on Wednesday.

27 May 19:02 Reuters 8334514180334644495.html
Tropical Storm Bertha forms off the coast of South Carolina

MIAMI — Tropical Storm Bertha formed Wednesday morning off the coast of South Carolina, becoming the second named storm before the official start of this year’s Atlantic hurricane season. A

27 May 14:21 New York Post 7654946768527324038.html
NASA-NOAA satellite sees Tropical Storm Bertha organizing

The second tropical storm of the North Atlantic Ocean hurricane season has formed off the coast of South Carolina. NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite provided forecasters with a visible image of Tropical Storm Bertha as it was organizing.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468529604374.html
Bertha weakens to tropical depression: NHC

(Reuters) - Bertha, the second named storm this Atlantic hurricane season, has weakened to a tropical depression, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said on Wednesday.

27 May 18:35 Reuters 8334514180175477625.html
Bertha weakens into tropical depression hours after South Carolina landfall

A Tropical Storm Warning is now in effect after Tropical Storm Bertha formed off the coast of South Carolina, according to the National Hurricane Center.

27 May 12:42 ABC7 New York 7327811147390616741.html
Tropical Storm Lands in South Carolina Ahead of Atlantic Season

The Atlantic’s second storm of 2020 made landfall just east of Charleston, South Carolina, with the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season still almost a week away.

27 May 12:42 Bloomberg.com 4032480121205792687.html
Tropical storm makes landfall, bringing heavy rain to South Carolina

MIAMI: A tropical storm that could unleash heavy rainfall and produce life-threatening flash flooding made landfall along the South Carolina coast ...

27 May 23:34 CNA 5644198862780204920.html
Tropical Storm Bertha forms, hits South Carolina coast

Tropical Storm Bertha made landfall on South Carolina's coast Wednesday morning shortly after it formed, becoming the second named storm before the official start of this year's Atlantic hurricane season.

27 May 14:10 CTVNews 2422791597184047969.html
Tropical Storm Bertha forms, quickly hits S. Carolina coast

Tropical Storm Bertha made landfall on South Carolina’s coast Wednesday morning shortly after it formed, becoming the second named storm before the official start of this year’s Atlanti...

27 May 14:28 Las Vegas Review-Journal 8640648835786579301.html
Tropical Storm Bertha forms, hits South Carolina coast | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

MIAMI >> Tropical Storm Bertha made landfall on South Carolina’s coast today morning shortly after it formed, becoming the second named storm before the official start of this year’s Atlantic hurricane season.

27 May 16:00 Star-Advertiser 3439335388997540644.html
Bertha forms, hits South Carolina coast, dissipates in a day

A tropical storm warning has been issued for South Carolina's coast and the storm was expected to bring heavy rainfall, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said.

27 May 12:25 Hawaii News Now 8225790205466144681.html
Bertha forms, hits South Carolina coast, dissipates in a day

A tropical storm warning has been issued for South Carolina's coast and the storm was expected to bring heavy rainfall, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said.

27 May 12:25 NewsChannel 10 1537185524567142313.html
Tropical Storm Bertha forms off the SC Coast

Storm will move inland this afternoon spreading heavy rain into the Carolinas

27 May 07:15 Fox 4 8372747778567745698.html
Bertha forms, hits South Carolina coast, dissipates in a day

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Tropical Storm Bertha surprised the South Carolina coast Wednesday, forming, making landfall within two hours and was downgraded before sundown, bringing a poor beach day of rain and gusty winds, but no major problems.Forecasters expected the bad weather, but didn't predict it to organize so quickly and become the second named storm before the official start of this year's Atlantic hurricane season.Bertha was named around 8 a.m. Wednesday and was onshore east of Charleston by 9:30 a.m. The state Department of Natural Resources called it “a sunrise surprise.” Six hours after the tropical storm formed, the National Hurricane Center downgraded it to a depression well inland. They said Bertha was no

27 May 20:48 THE OKLAHOMAN 7193318762511786394.html
Pre-season Tropical Storm Bertha hits Carolinas

With the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season days away, a tropical storm made landfall Wednesday on the coast of South Carolina and is expected to bring the threat of life-threatening floods as it tracks into North Carolina and Virginia, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC). Tropical Storm Bertha made landfall near Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, at 9:30 a.m. local time Wednesday, only an hour after forming off the coast. Bertha made landfall with maximum sustained winds of 80 kilometers per hour, said the NHC. North Carolina and western Virginia are the next states in Bertha's path as it tracks inland, bringing with it drenching rainfall and high winds. As it moves farther inland, it will weaken to a tropical depression and become a remnant low Wednesday night, predicted the NHC. The National Weather Service has issued flash flood watches for parts of central and eastern South Carolina, central North Carolina, and western Virginia, including the cities of Charlotte and Greensboro, North…

27 May 00:00 Inlandnewstoday 5627894673579677289.html
Bertha forms, hits South Carolina coast, dissipates in a day

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Tropical Storm Bertha surprised the South Carolina coast Wednesday, forming and making landfall within two hours, bringing a poor beach day of rain and gusty winds, but no major problems.

27 May 18:15 KitchenerToday.com 52741009481350046.html
Dinosaur-Killing Chicxulub Asteroid Hit Earth at Angle of 60 Degrees

27 May 16:56 9 articles

Asteroid that led to dinosaur extinction hit Earth at ‘deadliest possible angle’

Had it come from any other direction, dinosaurs might still be around today.

27 May 16:56 New York Post 7654946768836555842.html
Dino-Killing Asteroid Hit Earth at Most 'Lethal' Angle, New Study Says

Around 66 million years ago a giant space rock hit the Earth hard destroying more than a half of life on our planet and presumably leading to the extinction of...

27 May 18:16 Sputniknews 967333868878004408.html
The Dinosaur-Killer Asteroid May Have Hit Earth at 'Deadliest Possible' Angle

This much we knew: some 66 million years ago an asteroid roughly twice the diameter of Paris crashed into Earth, wiping out all land-dwelling dinosaurs and 75 percent of life on the planet.

27 May 00:00 ScienceAlert 8369231565964044322.html
Dino-dooming asteroid hit Earth at 'deadliest possible' angle

A new study suggests the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs struck earth at 60 degrees, the 'deadliest possible' angle.

27 May 02:59 CTVNews 2422791597302549747.html
Degrees of disaster: Why the dinosaurs were very, very unlucky

Just how unlucky were the dinosaurs? Extremely, it turns out. Their reign on earth came to an abrupt end thanks to an asteroid. And one bad piece of luck.

27 May 06:00 The New Daily 5848147785324785898.html
Dinosaur asteroid's trajectory was 'perfect storm'

The angle at which a life-destroying space rock hit Earth 66 million years ago was particularly lethal.

27 May 07:51 Yahoo 7097669638197856223.html
Dinosaur-dooming asteroid struck earth at 'deadliest possible' angle

The simulations show that the asteroid hit Earth at an angle of about 60 degrees, which maximised the amount of climate-changing gases thrust into the upper atmosphere.

27 May 00:00 SpaceDaily 2879240067481532689.html
Tracing the trajectory of a 66 million-year-old asteroid impact

Unsurprisingly, the reconstructed angle was a worst-case scenario.

27 May 16:33 Ars Technica 5028555108125484494.html
Dinosaur-Killing Chicxulub Asteroid Hit Earth at Angle of 60 Degrees

The Chicxulub impact unleashed an incredible amount of climate-changing gases into the atmosphere, triggering a chain of events that led to the extinction of non-avian dinosaurs and 75% of life on the planet.

27 May 00:00 Sci News 2819514910810531.html
WHO creates foundation to tap new funding sources

27 May 18:40 8 articles

WHO launches foundation to put finances in better health

The World Health Organization on Wednesday launched a new foundation for private donations, as US President Donald Trump threatens to pull the plug over its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

27 May 18:40 Digital Journal 4566489171657540256.html
WHO chief announces creation of foundation to tap new funding sources

GENEVA: World Health Organization Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced on Wednesday (May 27) the creation of a foundation that ...

27 May 23:57 CNA 5644198862394490062.html
WHO creates foundation to tap new funding sources

The WHO Foundation is being created as an independent grant-making entity that will support the organisation's efforts to address the most pressing global health challenges by raising new funding from

27 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024965341224572.html
WHO creates new foundation in a bid for more funds

It comes after the US threatened to pull funding from the global health body.

27 May 17:12 Express & Star 7324224460800028094.html
WHO creates new foundation in a bid for more funds

It comes after the US threatened to pull funding from the global health body.

27 May 17:12 Shropshire Star 3480199993253850558.html
WHO creates new foundation in a bid for more funds

It comes after the US threatened to pull funding from the global health body.

27 May 17:13 Jersey Evening Post 6141642775335431614.html
WHO Creates Foundation to Boost Funding in Coronavirus Fight

Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. (Reuters) WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus denied the move … WHO Creates Foundation to Boost Funding in Coronavirus Fight Read More »

27 May 22:23 ISSCNC 6824315490348230404.html
WHO creates foundation to tap new funding sources

The WHO Foundation is being created as an independent grant-making entity that will support the organization's efforts to address the most pressing global health challenges

27 May 16:33 Livemint 6614605818979311479.html
India must plan implementation of COVID-19 vaccine when it comes: Ashish Jha tells Rahul Gandhi

27 May 06:02 23 articles

We will have new world after Covid-19, balance of power between China and US will change: Rahul Gandhi

India News: "The most vulnerable COVID-19 places are nerve centres of globalisation. I feel we will have a new world after this virus. I also think it going to re

27 May 06:02 The Times of India 6060938663650767969.html
India Needs a Strategy to Exit Lockdown: Global Epidemiologist to former Opposition Congress Chief

New Delhi (Sputnik): Rahul Gandhi, the former head of India’s main opposition Congress Party, has been interacting with experts from several fields on the global...

27 May 08:27 Sputniknews 967333869089027290.html
Rahul Gandhi speaks to public healthcare experts on Covid-19 crisis

Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said the conversation will be aired through the Congress social media channels

27 May 04:53 Business-Standard 1502508926677217497.html
Covid-19 to stay till 2021, aggressive testing needed: Health experts

In an interaction with Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, health experts Professor Ashish Jha and Professor Johan Giesecke talked about the Covid-19 pandemic

27 May 10:20 Business-Standard 1502508926295220306.html
COVID-19 here to stay till 2021, aggressive testing needed to curb its spread: Health experts

Global health experts on Wednesday said novel coronavirus is here to stay for more than a year and called for aggressive testing to prevent its spread.

27 May 06:39 The Economic Times 7653256036435854150.html
A full lockdown is damaging, says Rahul Gandhi

The sooner we get out of it, the better, he says during an interaction with public health experts

27 May 06:27 The Hindu 6679535024969092627.html
India must plan implementation of COVID-19 vaccine when it comes: Ashish Jha tells Rahul Gandhi

India must have a plan for implementing it as it needs 50 to 60 crore vaccines, said Jha.

27 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024965138595346.html
Rahul in conversation with global experts: ‘India should adopt soft lockdown, pandemic to stay here until year-end’

During a conversation with Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, Prof Johan Giesecke, a member of WHO’s Strategic and Technical Advisory Group for Infectious Hazards, also said India should lift the lockdown in steps.

27 May 21:05 The Indian Express 2885715103802468536.html
COVID-19 here to stay till 2021, aggressive testing needed to curb its spread: Health experts

In an interaction with Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, health experts Professor Ashish Jha and Professor Johan Giesecke talked about the COVID-19 pandemic as part of the series being aired on Congress social media channels.

27 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024963941942842.html
‘Ramping up testing will frighten people’: Rahul Gandhi quotes bureaucrats during conversation with Harvard health expert

Coronavirus test in India, Coronavirus testing lab: Rahul Gandhi said he has asked bureaucrats the reason behind low testing in the country and they said ramping up testing will make people frightened.

27 May 12:02 The Financial Express 1288289581424488154.html
India will ruin its economy very quickly if it had severe lockdown, Swedish health expert tells Rahul Gandhi

27 May 07:25 Free Press Journal 9080771788487017287.html
India will ruin its economy very quickly if it had severe lockdown: Swedish health expert to Rahul Gandhi

Professor Johan Giesecke of the Karolinska Institute, Sweden, on Wednesday claimed that India will ruin its economy very quickly if it had a severe lockdown.

27 May 07:51 Mumbai Mirror 1209961192041566684.html
COVID-19 here to stay till 2021: Health experts

COVID-19 here to stay till 2021: Health experts. Coronavirus is a '12-18 months' problem and the world is not going to be free of this till 2021, says Professor Ashish Jha.

27 May 00:00 Rediff 3466372384811744455.html
Severe lockdown will ruin India's economy: Swedish expert tells Rahul Gandhi

"I think for India, you will ruin your economy very quickly if you have a severe lockdown. It is better, skip the lockdown, take care of the old and the frail...," Prof Giesecke noted.

27 May 12:43 Deccan Herald 2027555796838816127.html
Coronavirus crisis: If 9/11 is a chapter, then COVID-19 is a whole book, says Rahul Gandhi

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said that the crisis of coronavirus would change the existing structure and order in the world. He further said that the deadly virus is operated at the healthcare global structure levels.

27 May 06:05 Oneindia 2023829371140670689.html
COVID-19 here to stay till 2021, warn health experts

Harvard health expert Ashish Jha said coronavirus is a '12-18 months' problem and the world is not going to be free of this till 2021.The expert also called for the need for aggressive testing strategy for high-risk areas

27 May 06:20 Livemint 6614605818455694626.html
Need aggressive testing: Harvard expert tells Rahul Gandhi

Speaking to Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, global public health professional Ashish Jha said that not just lockdown, aggressive testing is needed to tackale the deadly coronavirus.

27 May 05:42 Oneindia 2023829370637877419.html
"Severe Curbs Can Cause More Deaths Than Virus": Expert To Rahul Gandhi

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, who has been attacking the government over adversities being faced by lakhs amid coronavirus lockdown, today discussed several burning issues linked to the pandemic with two health experts - Professor Ashish Jha from Harvard University and Professor Johan Giesecke of the Karolinska Institute in Sweden.

27 May 07:00 NDTV.com 5090057682521709914.html
Covid-19 Here to Stay Till 2021, Aggressive Testing Needed to Curb Its Spread: Health Experts

Global health experts on Wednesday said novel coronavirus is here to stay for more than a year and called for aggressive testing to prevent its spread. In

27 May 12:27 Greater Kashmir 4662909093132055675.html
Covid-19: ‘Full lockdown damaging, will have a new world after the outbreak,’ says Rahul Gandhi

The former Congress president told two public health experts that the sooner India gets out of the lockdown, the better it will be.

27 May 07:25 Scroll.in 8669301693720593297.html
'Confident that COVID-19 vaccine will be available by 2021': Harvard Professor Ashish Jha tells Rahul Gandhi

27 May 07:51 Free Press Journal 9080771787656027943.html
Rahul quotes expert say more may die due to lockdown than disease

NEW DELHI, May 27: Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said "sooner we get out of lockdown, the better," after talking to a WHO health expert warning that a severe lockdown can cause more deaths than the illness.Rahul was talking to Prof. Ashish Jha, Dean of Brown University School of Public Health and Swedish Professor Johan Giesecke, a member of the technical advisory group for infectious hazards of WHO in his series of conversations via video conferences with experts last month. Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan and Nobel Prize winner Abhijit Banerjee were among his first few guests. The interaction was put up by the Congress on its social media platforms."India would ruin its economy if it has a very severe lockdown," Professor Giesecke said adding that coronavirus, which is a "very mild disease", will affect "almost everyone in the world"."The disease is very mild. Most people who have it don't even know it. While the old and vulnerable need to be protected from the disease, you may cause…

27 May 23:52 Kashmirtimes 7096555859291005334.html
Covid-19, lockdown & the world after the virus

Only 1% of epidemic on now, says Swedish expert

27 May 18:57 The Telegraph 2864094128646710962.html
New Zealand expects plan for safe travel with Australia in June

27 May 12:33 4 articles

New Zealand expects plan for safe travel with Australia in June

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Wednesday a draft blueprint on safely starting travel between New Zealand and Australia will be ...

27 May 12:33 CNA 5644198863022257814.html
New Zealand expects plan for safe travel with Australia in June

The neighbours have been discussing the possibility of a travel bubble between them as both have slowed the spread of the novel … New Zealand expects plan for safe travel with Australia in June Read More »

27 May 11:15 ISSCNC 6824315491312990176.html
Smart, safe travel zone - BusinessNZ

A proposed blueprint into how safe trans-Tasman travel could re-open is advancing fast, with a draft to be presented to New Zealand and Australian governments for consideration in early June.

27 May 14:04 www.voxy.co.nz 6138926314556140251.html
New Zealand discharges last coronavirus patient from hospital and records no new cases in five days

New Zealand has discharged its last remaining coronavirus patient from hospital and has seen no new cases, a doctor leading the country's Covid-19 response said. Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield told reporters at the Covid-19 press briefing he believed it was the first time in months no patients with the disease were being treated at hospitals. He said: “Currently there is nobody in hospital with Covid-19 following the discharge of a person from Middlemore Hospital (in Auckland).”

27 May 11:58 ITV News 2184971256550146996.html
Only 49% of Americans Say They Would Get COVID-19 Vaccine - Poll

27 May 21:55 8 articles

Covid-19 death toll in US has surpassed 100,000

The news comes as only half of Americans said they would be willing to get vaccinated if scientists are successful in developing a vaccine.

27 May 21:55 TheJournal.ie 6446904418418504185.html
U.S. on cusp of marking at least 100K deaths from virus

The United States was on the cusp of marking at least 100,000 deaths from the coronavirus, a once-unthinkable toll that now appears to be just the beginning of untold misery in the months ahead as Las Vegas casinos and Walt Disney World make plans to reopen.

27 May 06:48 CTVNews 2422791597817227687.html
Fauci: ‘We Might Have A Vaccine By The End Of The Year’

Dr. Fauci’s timeline would be one of the shortest in history for vaccine development.

27 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587531189119381.html
Only 49% of Americans Say They Would Get COVID-19 Vaccine - Poll

As scientists around the world race to develop a vaccine for the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, a new survey has found that less than half of American respondents would be...

27 May 21:34 Sputniknews 967333869268806446.html
Poll: Half of Americans would get a COVID-19 vaccine

Only about half of Americans say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if the scientists working furiously to create one succeed.

27 May 07:02 ABC Action News - WFTS - Tampa Bay 5911730202237799598.html
Only One in Two Americans Say They’d Take a COVID-19 Vaccine

Whenever a coronavirus vaccine becomes available to the public, only 49 percent of Americans responding to a poll said they'd actually get it.

27 May 00:00 Futurism 8561510288908395502.html
AP-NORC poll: Half of Americans would get a COVID-19 vaccine

Only about half of Americans say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if the scientists working furiously to create one succeed, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public A

27 May 00:00 The Washington Times 8941836443025867708.html
AP-NORC poll: Half of Americans would get a COVID-19 vaccine

Only about half of Americans say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if the scientists working furiously to create one succeed, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

27 May 05:39 680News 8014034333185537985.html
Cruise ship study suggests asymptomatic Covid-19 may be more common than thought

27 May 09:34 7 articles

Cruise ship testing reveals a lot more people had coronavirus without symptoms

104 out of 128 people who tested positive were asymptomatic.

27 May 09:34 Metro 970161747748940752.html
'Silent' COVID-19 More Widespread Than Thought

A new cruise ship study suggests that the number of people who are infected with the new coronavirus but have no symptoms may be much higher than believed.

27 May 20:00 WebMD 4010151887369167259.html
Prevalence of 'silent' COVID-19 infection may be much higher than thought

The prevalence of 'silent' symptomless COVID-19 infection may be much higher than thought, reveals a study charting the enforced isolation of cruise ship passengers during the current pandemic, and published online in the journal Thorax.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468052276572.html
Cruise ship study suggests asymptomatic Covid-19 may be more common than thought

Eight in 10 people on board the vessel who tested positive had no symptoms.

27 May 22:32 Express & Star 7324224460071760493.html
Cruise ship study suggests asymptomatic Covid-19 may be more common than thought

Eight in 10 people on board the vessel who tested positive had no symptoms.

27 May 22:32 Shropshire Star 3480199993279315861.html
Cruise ship study suggests asymptomatic Covid-19 may be more common than thought

Eight in 10 people on board the vessel who tested positive had no symptoms.

27 May 22:34 Jersey Evening Post 6141642775360896917.html
Cruise ship study suggests asymptomatic Covid-19 may be more common than thought

Coronavirus infection without symptoms might be more common than previously thought, according to a study of people isolated on a cruise ship during the pandemic. More than 80% of the passengers and crew on the unnamed cruise ship who tested positive for Covid-19 were asymptomatic. The prevalence of the virus on affected cruise ships is therefore likely to be “significantly underestimated”, the study published in the journal Thorax concludes. “Strategies are needed to assess and monitor all passengers to prevent community transmission after disembarkation,” the Australia-based researchers said.

27 May 22:32 ITV News 2184971257173928708.html
India Coronavirus Update, 27 May: Over 1.5 lakh cases; Maharashtra sees highest Covid-19 death toll in single day

27 May 22:45 12 articles

Coronavirus crisis: For survival, fight Covid-19 pandemic like a war

The economic destruction that Covid-19 would cause worldwide may be greater than the damage caused by World War II.

27 May 22:45 The Financial Express 1288289580503001098.html
US tops 100,000 coronavirus deaths with no end in sight

More than 100,000 Americans have died from the coronavirus, a staggering wave of death that has brought the world's largest economy to its knees as the federal government struggles even now to mount

27 May 21:51 TheHill 355432918531381596.html
Over 100 doctors call for tax on junk food to handle obesity epidemic

A group of doctors have written to the government warning chronic illnesses caused by unhealthy diets are adding to the Covid-19 death toll and 'crippling' the NHS.

27 May 18:56 Metro 970161747509142895.html
Covid-19 and governance: What should be govt’spriorities?

Across the world, Covid-19 has brought with it incredibly sad realities of deaths and illnesses unimaginable almost a year ago-altering significantly

27 May 23:15 Latest Nigeria News, Nigerian Newspapers, Politics 2658445901921382274.html
How Modi Failed the Pandemic Test

The starkest failure of the Indian government’s coronavirus strategy has been the devastation it imposed on the country’s workers.

27 May 05:00 NY Times 1961078288644266763.html
Michigan Gov. Whitmer Not Reporting COVID-19 Nursing Home Deaths

Michigan is now the only state among 19 states with over 900 COVID-19 deaths not reporting the number of those deaths from nursing homes.

27 May 17:36 Breitbart 3148363491611645201.html
India Coronavirus Update, 27 May: Over 1.5 lakh cases; Maharashtra sees highest Covid-19 death toll in single day

Coronavirus (Covid-19) India Latest Update, 27 May: India currently has 1.5 lakh cases with 4,337 deaths. Maharashtra, the worst affected state, has been showing a slight decline in the number of new cases reported in the last two days.

27 May 17:58 The Indian Express 2885715105725263948.html
Uday Kotak wants world to 'hire Indians', says country capable of producing top-class human capital

The Kotak Mahindra Bank CEO rejected the notion that Indian engineers are inferior to the ones in the US.

27 May 12:36 The Economic Times 7653256038502256221.html
Mass tourism is not sustainable

New directions are needed for the Central Otago economy as it looks to recover from Covid-19, writes Wanaka resident  Warwick Thompson. Central...

27 May 00:00 Otago Daily Times Online News 3107042079130561629.html
Nationwide Virus Cases Cross 1.5 Lakh, Govt Says Lockdown ‘Decelerated’ Pace of Covid-19 Spread

India’s COVID-19 tally crossed 1.53 lakh on Wednesday with more than 6,000 new cases getting detected across states, but … Nationwide Virus Cases Cross 1.5 Lakh, Govt Says Lockdown ‘Decelerated’ Pace of Covid-19 Spread Read More »

27 May 23:24 ISSCNC 6824315490659165664.html
Why We Shouldn’t Trust The Official Covid-19 Data Anymore; Most States Are Fudging The Numbers

The centre would be better off not devising any policies based on these numbers.

27 May 18:21 Swarajya 4977622830217880556.html
Overhauling our healthcare system: An open letter to Mr. President

I congratulate you for the decisive action on the closure of the country and efforts to trace, isolate and quarantine the COVID-19 index case

27 May 20:45 Vanguard News 4125100339997480767.html
Virus Resurges Worldwide as US Nears 100,000 Deaths

27 May 06:48 9 articles

Virus expands grip in many areas, as U.S. nears 100,000 deaths

South Korea reported its highest number of new coronavirus infections in weeks on Wednesday and India reported another record single-day jump of more than 6,000 cases, as the pandemic expanded its grip across much of the globe.

27 May 06:48 CTVNews 2422791598424591156.html
Coronavirus expands grip in many areas, as US nears 100,000 deaths

Europe has recorded about 170,000 deaths, while the US has reported more than 98,900 in a span of less than four months, more than the number of Americans killed in the Vietnam and Korean wars combined.

27 May 14:59 The Financial Express 1288289580060236803.html
Virus expands grip in many areas, as US nears 100,000 deaths

South Korea reported its highest number of new coronavirus infections in weeks on Wednesday and India saw another record single-day jump of more than 6,000 cases, as the pandemic expanded its grip acr

27 May 00:00 The Washington Times 8941836441850642143.html
Virus expands grip in many areas as US nears 100,000 deaths

South Korea reported 40 newly confirmed cases – the biggest daily jump in nearly 50 days.

27 May 06:44 Express & Star 7324224458850506145.html
Virus Resurges Worldwide as US Nears 100,000 Deaths

South Korea reported its highest number of new coronavirus infections in weeks on Wednesday and India saw another record single-day jump of more than 6,000 cases, as the pandemic expanded its grip across much of the globe.

27 May 12:24 Courthouse News Service 1799505150472364292.html
Virus expands grip in many areas as US nears 100,000 deaths

South Korea reported 40 newly confirmed cases – the biggest daily jump in nearly 50 days.

27 May 06:44 Shropshire Star 3480199991304328609.html
Virus expands grip in many areas, as US nears 100,000 deaths

SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of — South Korea reported its highest number of new coronavirus infections in weeks on Wednesday and India reported another record single-day jump of more than 6,000 cases, as the pandemic expanded its grip across much of the globe.

27 May 06:06 680News 8014034334781996451.html
Virus expands grip in many areas as US nears 100,000 deaths

South Korea reported 40 newly confirmed cases – the biggest daily jump in nearly 50 days.

27 May 06:46 Jersey Evening Post 6141642773385909665.html
Virus expands grip in many areas as US nears 100,000 deaths

South Korea reported its highest number of new coronavirus infections in weeks on Wednesday and India reported another record single-day jump of more than 6,000 cases, as the pandemic expanded its grip across much of the globe.

27 May 06:42 independent 5894610845698013817.html
Ford designs software to kill viruses in police SUVs

27 May 15:54 8 articles

Ford designs software to kill viruses in police SUVs

May 27 (UPI) -- Ford Motor Company unveiled new software Wednesday it says will kill germs inside vehicles by heating the interior to more than 130 degrees Fahrenheit.

27 May 15:54 UPI 8257973864678589205.html
Ford made its police SUV heat itself up to more than 133 degrees to kill the coronavirus

Ford worked with Ohio State and police departments to develop the tech. Ford has a longstanding relationship with law enforcement.

27 May 15:45 Yahoo 7097669638301375003.html
Ford disinfects police cruisers by 'roasting' them

Ford's software cranks the heat in police cruisers to disinfect them and slow the spread of COVID-19.

27 May 16:40 Engadget 96641515658792375.html
Ford made its police SUV heat itself up to more than 133 degrees to kill the coronavirus

Ford worked with Ohio State and police departments to develop the tech. Ford has a longstanding relationship with law enforcement.

27 May 15:45 Business Insider 6060062400243929503.html
Ford's software update for police interceptors combats Covid-19 by cranking the heat

Ford on Wednesday announced it is piloting a software solution to help law enforcement curb the spread of Covid-19 inside police interceptor utility vehicles.

27 May 21:38 TechSpot 7732733959820869134.html
Ford made its police SUV heat itself up to more than 133 degrees to kill the coronavirus, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - Ford worked with Ohio State and police departments to develop the tech. Ford has a longstanding relationship with law enforcement.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 15:45 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408756475171231.html
Ford made its police SUV heat itself up to more than 133 degrees to kill the coronavirus

If you’ve ever lived in a hot climate, you know what it can be like to enter a car that’s been parked for a while in the sun, and find that the steering wheel is smoldering to the touch and the cabin feels like a blast furnace.

27 May 15:45 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046883059601823.html
Ford unveils technology that ROASTS the inside of police vehicles at 133 degrees Fahrenheit in an effort to kill coronavirus concentrations

A new piece of software introduced by the automaker and designed specifically for its line of Police Interceptor Utility vehicles cranks heat inside the cars to 133 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes.

27 May 22:37 Mail Online 124328112353856858.html
China says Covid-19 virus had ‘multiple origins’

27 May 20:34 5 articles

Wuhan wet market is the ‘victim’ of coronavirus outbreak, China’s CDC says

The Wuhan wet market believed to be the origin of the coronavirus pandemic has been unfairly made into a scapegoat for the pandemic, China’s top health official claimed. “At first, we assumed

27 May 20:34 New York Post 7654946768986616782.html
Wuhan wet market may not be birthplace of COVID-19: Chinese researchers

Wuhan wet market may not be birthplace of COVID-19: Chinese researchers. The results of the study, being published on the website of top academic journal Nature on May 20, implied the Huanan Seafood Market in Hubei's capital Wuhan may not be the birthplace of COVID-19, although the virus outbreak emerged in Wuhan had a strong link to contacts with the market.

27 May 00:00 Rediff 3466372383886736876.html
China says Covid-19 virus had ‘multiple origins’

In what seems to be an absolutely new theory, Chinese scientists have said that the novel coronavirus may not have its origin in the Wuhan seafood market, which allegedly caused the dreaded Covid-19 pandemic. �People’s Daily, the official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party, revealed on Wednesday that new evidence suggests ‘multiple origins of the transmission of the virus’.

27 May 08:26 Nagalandpost 3019528213572804088.html
Amid global pressure, China takes U-turn, says COVID-19 virus has ‘multiple origins’

In March, a draft proposal to the UNSC prepared by Estonia highlighted “growing concern about the unprecedented extent of the COVID-19 outbreak".

27 May 12:12 The Statesman 1191309781308233480.html
'Coronavirus tip of the iceberg,' says leading Chinese virologist

In the English translation of the text of her interview published by state-run channel, there was no reference to her mysterious absence and her tweets denying rumours of her defection

27 May 04:51 Business Today 1145527431636150193.html
Virus Outbreak South Korea

27 May 05:14 6 articles

World watches as South Korea cautiously returns to life

Rest of World News: As South Korea significantly relaxes its rigid social distancing rules as a result of waning coronavirus cases, the world is paying close attention to

27 May 05:14 The Times of India 6060938663755453743.html
World watches as South Korea cautiously returns to life

As South Korea significantly relaxes its rigid social distancing rules as a result of waning coronavirus cases, the world is paying close attention to whether it can return to something that resembles normal -- or face a virus resurgence.

27 May 06:00 CTVNews 2422791598459197299.html
World watches as South Korea cautiously returns to life | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

SEOUL, South Korea >> The baseball league is on. Students have begun returning to school. And people are increasingly dining out and enjoying nighttime strolls in public parks.

27 May 05:21 Star-Advertiser 3439335388640480895.html
Virus Outbreak South Korea

The baseball league is on. Students have begun returning to school. As South Korea significantly relaxes its rigid social distancing rules as a result of waning coronavirus cases, the world is paying close attention to whether it can return to something that resembles normal — or face a virus resurgence

27 May 04:58 Yahoo 7097669637452793713.html
World watches as South Korea cautiously returns to life

SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of — The baseball league is on. Students have begun returning to school. And people are increasingly dining out and enjoying nighttime strolls in public parks.

27 May 04:58 680News 8014034334381770668.html
World watches as South Korea cautiously returns to life

The baseball league is on. Students have begun returning to school. And people are increasingly dining out and enjoying nighttime strolls in public parks.

27 May 00:00 The Washington Times 8941836441211369726.html
Remdesivir Trial of Over 1,000 Patients Shows Drug Speeds Recovery From COVID-19 - Report

27 May 20:58 9 articles

Gilead study shows shorter five-day course of remdesivir works as well as 10-day one

(Reuters) - Gilead Sciences Inc, which has suggested that a shorter treatment duration could extend limited supplies of its drug remdesivir, on Wednesday published results of a study showing no significant difference in outcomes between 5- and 10-day courses of the drug for patients with severe COVID-19.

27 May 20:58 Reuters 8334514181024122603.html
Remdesivir Trial of Over 1,000 Patients Shows Drug Speeds Recovery From COVID-19 - Report

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - A report based on partial data from a ten-nation trial of more than 1,000 patients hospitalised with the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...

27 May 23:18 Sputniknews 967333868549775238.html
Here’s how remdesivir improves time to recovery in Covid-19 patients

Remdesivir, the antiviral under clinical trials for treatment against novel coronavirus infection, is superior to the standard of care given to COVID-19 patients, according to a new study.

27 May 06:56 Hindustan Times 696565558693278905.html
Remdesivir improves time to recovery in Covid-19 patients, says new study

The researchers, including those from the New York University in the US, found that remdesivir was most beneficial for hospitalised patients with severe disease requiring supplemental oxygen

27 May 07:56 Business-Standard 1502508924590188717.html
COVID-19 and Remdesivir: Facts for you | TheHealthSite.com

The rate of death among those administered this drug was 7 per cent while the figure was 11 per cent for the other group. | TheHealthSite.com

27 May 10:16 Thehealthsite 4766622849415297569.html
Britain to provide anti-viral drug remdesivir to some COVID-19 patients

LONDON: Britain will provide the anti-viral drug remdesivir to certain COVID-19 patients that it is most likely to benefit as part of a ...

27 May 00:57 CNA 5644198864268084466.html
Investigational antiviral superior to standard of care for treating COVID-19 patients

The investigational antiviral remdesivir is superior to the standard of care for the treatment of COVID-19, according to a report published today in The New England Journal of Medicine.

27 May 05:27 News-Medical.net 4522523030910669408.html
COVID-19 Update: Remdesivir Can Shorten Coronavirus Recovery Time by About 4 Days

Experts suggest that a combination of three drugs might be the key to cure the coronavirus. Also, Remdesivir has been claimed to shorten COVID-19 recovery time by 4 days.

27 May 08:45 Tech Times 4011848567095181364.html
Britain’s 1st coronavirus medicine is approved

Britain’s 1st coronavirus medicine has been approved by regulators. The drug, according to reports, was initially intended for use on Ebola victims. Clinical trials suggest remdesivir can shorten recovery time for Covid-19 sufferers by an average of

27 May 06:23 LailasNews.com 2090029849664247636.html
SpaceX, NASA Abort Demo-2 Due to Inclement Weather, Next Attempt May 30

27 May 07:57 13 articles

House Republicans sue Pelosi to stop proxy voting during coronavirus crisis: 'dereliction of our duty'

Good morning and welcome to Fox News First. Here's what you need to know as you start your day ...

27 May 07:57 Fox News 7362823820394259564.html
SpaceX, NASA Abort Demo-2 Due to Inclement Weather, Next Attempt May 30

SpaceX and NASA had to abort the launch of the Demo-2 mission due to inclement weather on Wednesday.

27 May 16:48 Interesting Engineering 7328942542308694512.html
SpaceX, NASA will reattempt historic astronaut launch on Saturday, May 30th

Stormy Florida weather has forced SpaceX to delay its historic NASA astronaut launch debut attempt, pushing the mission’s next attempt to Saturday, May 30th. Unfortunately, the possibility that weather would improve forced SpaceX and NASA to wait just 16 minutes before launch to call of Crew Dragon’s Demo-2 inaugural astronaut flight test. Thankfully and far […]

27 May 21:18 Teslarati 613467574184001836.html
Back in Business: NASA Is Set to Return to Human Spaceflight with Historic SpaceX Launch

Two astronauts will ride a privately built rocket and spacecraft to orbit, marking the first launch of humans from U.S. soil in nearly a decade

27 May 12:30 Scientific American 532798825586710943.html
SpaceX is about to launch NASA astronauts to the International Space Station on its Crew Dragon spaceship. Here's what to expect.

Wednesday's SpaceX launch is set to send the company's first-ever passengers into space: NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley.

27 May 20:10 Yahoo 7097669637382352965.html
SpaceX is about to launch NASA astronauts to the International Space Station on its Crew Dragon spaceship. Here's what to expect.

Wednesday's SpaceX launch is set to send the company's first-ever passengers into space: NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley.

27 May 20:10 Business Insider 6060062399342904013.html
Watch live: NASA, SpaceX ready for astronauts' historic launch from U.S.

ORLANDO, Fla., May 27 (UPI) -- Two NASA astronauts are scheduled to lift off toward the International Space Station late Wednesday afternoon, marking the first time in nine years that a mission with a crew on board has been launched from American soil.

27 May 07:00 UPI 8257973865202446014.html
Watch live: Astronauts on board SpaceX capsule for historic liftoff

ORLANDO, Fla., May 27 (UPI) -- Two NASA astronauts entered SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule Wednesday afternoon at Kennedy Space Center in Florida in advance of a planned historic liftoff at 4:33 p.m. EDT toward the International Space Station.

27 May 07:00 UPI 8257973865386636707.html
Watch live: Storms postpone return of human spaceflight from U.S.

ORLANDO, Fla., May 27 (UPI) -- NASA and SpaceX postponed the agency's historic return to human spaceflight from U.S. soil Wednesday because of storm clouds at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

27 May 07:00 UPI 8257973863951550548.html
Storms postpone return of human spaceflight from U.S.

ORLANDO, Fla., May 27 (UPI) -- NASA and SpaceX postponed the agency's historic return to human spaceflight from U.S. soil Wednesday because of storms near Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

27 May 07:00 UPI 8257973863923509119.html
SpaceX’s launch of NASA astronauts was scrubbed and rescheduled for Saturday due to poor weather, just 17 minutes before liftoff

SpaceX was set to launch astronauts for the first time on Wednesday, thereby restoring NASA’s human spaceflight program. But then storm clouds rolled in.

27 May 20:23 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046883634491143.html
SpaceX on cusp of launching astronauts, back on home turf

With bad weather threatening a delay, two NASA astronauts suited up for the launch of a SpaceX rocket ship Wednesday on a history-making flight to the International Space Station that was seen as a giant ...

27 May 16:50 phys.org 3476726125022969769.html
2 U.S. astronauts board SpaceX rocket for historic launch

With thunderstorms threatening a delay, two NASA astronauts climbed aboard a SpaceX rocket ship Wednesday for liftoff on a history-making flight that was seen as a giant leap forward for the booming business ...

27 May 18:20 phys.org 3476726123188884592.html
Urban agriculture in Addis Ababa to ease COVID-19 impact

27 May 00:00 17 articles

The epic battle against coronavirus misinformation and conspiracy theories

Analysts are tracking false rumours about COVID-19 in hopes of curbing their spread.

27 May 00:00 Nature 7937820125734386440.html
Dangerous blood clots pose a perplexing coronavirus threat

Blood clots that can cause strokes, heart attacks and dangerous blockages in the legs and lungs are increasingly being found in COVID-19 patients, including some children.

27 May 00:36 Coronavirus 2422791599152142974.html
Pandemic creating 'lockdown generation' as 1 in 6 youths stop work – U.N.

Young people are facing a 'triple shock' from the coronavirus crisis, which is not only destroying their employment but also disrupting education and training

27 May 14:05 Rappler 1882105643344473408.html
Dangerous blood clots

NEW HAMPSHIRE, United States (AP) — First came a high fever, drenching sweats, and ...

27 May 00:00 Jamaica Observer 5357348614271529042.html
Commentary: Fear of catching coronavirus is leading some patients to delay non-COVID-19 hospital visits

Delaying medical care comes at a cost, both human and financial. The patients some emergency rooms have been seeing are a lot sicker and more ...

27 May 06:09 CNA 5644198864192355167.html
India coronavirus dispatch: 'Infodemic' is as dangerous as the virus itself

From Kerala's smart testing and community care, to hospitals putting off elective surgeries, and the progress with solidarity trials so far - read these and more in today's India dispatch

27 May 09:33 Business-Standard 1502508926478074057.html
'We're well prepared to handle any surge in COVID-19 cases'

'We're well prepared to handle any surge in COVID-19 cases'. 'States have done a tremendous job of identifying health facilities for COVID-19 care and equipping them well.'

27 May 00:00 Rediff 3466372384742507959.html
COVID-19 in the UK: Military planning and school re-openings

The global COVID-19 pandemic has hit the United Kingdom hard. Collectively England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland now have the highest death toll in Europe, surpassing that of Spain, Italy, and France. The number of reported daily cases and deaths is still significant, as is the load on the healthcare system. As of now, the illness has affected almost 266,000 people in the UK, with over 37,000 deaths so far.

27 May 04:44 News-Medical.net 4522523030418283457.html
Teams of healthcare workers are spending their days flipping seriously ill coronavirus patients onto their stomachs to help them breathe. They say it save lives., Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - Flipping patients onto their stomachs to help them breathe has saved lives during the coronavirus pandemic.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 12:33 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408756228651458.html
Dangerous blood clots pose a perplexing coronavirus threat

First came a high fever, drenching sweats and muscle aches. Then, almost a month later, a weird numbness that spread down the right side of her body.Darlene

27 May 12:00 iNFOnews.ca 6669504245970713878.html
Higher education system faces the inequities COVID-19 exposes

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a crisis across higher education, for both institutions and learners. But these new challenges are coming to rest on old inequalities that kept many low and middle-income ...

27 May 12:10 phys.org 3476726123286476430.html
Teams of healthcare workers are spending their days flipping seriously ill coronavirus patients onto their stomachs to help them breathe. They say it save lives.

Some hospitals in the US have established new teams in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic that have been tasked with one very specific duty: flipping patients onto their stomachs (and then back again).

27 May 12:33 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046882813082050.html
Dangerous blood clots pose a perplexing coronavirus threat

Clotting has been seen in other coronavirus infections, including SARS, but on a much smaller scale.

27 May 09:56 ABC15 Arizona 911680911157570980.html
Urban agriculture in Addis Ababa to ease COVID-19 impact

Various studies show that almost all countries would face food supply challenge in some way. A recent Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) analysis states that in the absence of timely and effective policies, millions more are likely to join the ranks of the hungry as a result of the COVID-19-triggered recession. That number will vary according to the severity of economic contractions, ranging from 14.4 million to 38.2 million or even 80.3 million more hungry people should there be a contraction of 2, 5 or 10 percentage points, respectively, in all 101 net food-importing countries’ GDP growth, it states. A team of agricultural experts of the Jimma University in its study entitled “Covid-19 probable impacts on Ethiopian agriculture and potential mitigation and adaptation measures: no food – no health – no life” published in April 2020 has indicated that the current pandemic of Covid-19 has a potential to increase the food insecurity of the country due to resource mobilization towards prevention of the disease…

27 May 09:52 New Business Ethiopia 4287479609613293595.html
As coronavirus cases rise in Mumbai, its hospitals are grappling with staff shortage

An interview with nephrologist Dr Siddhartha Lakhani and intensivist Dr Gunjan Chanchalani.

27 May 08:00 Scroll.in 8669301692494555043.html
COVID-19 face masks

It’s critical for the public to be aware of limitations of wearing masks to avoid infection risk and false security ANALYSIS | DR. BRUCE TUMWINE RWABASONGA | President Museveni on May 19 extended the national lockdown due to COVID-19 and announced that the government planned to procure and issue face masks to every Ugandan above …

27 May 08:00 The Independent Uganda: 5099025990096435276.html
Hospital in Weston-super-Mare that shut to new patients over spike in Covid-19 cases 'sees 40% of staff test positive for the infection'

A memo leaked to a local newspaper revealed Weston General Hospital, which has around 2,000 staff, warned of a high rate of coronavirus cases among medics.

27 May 08:52 Mail Online 124328111866709379.html
PAHO: Americas over take Europe as COVID-19 epicenter

27 May 04:54 6 articles

PAHO: Americas over take Europe as COVID-19 epicenter

May 26 (UPI) -- The Americas have surpassed Europe to become the new epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, the Pan American Health Organization said while calling on those countries to maintain movement restrictions to curb infections.

27 May 04:54 UPI 8257973865368657499.html
Coronavirus spread 'still accelerating' in Brazil, Peru, Chile: WHO

WASHINGTON, DC: International health authorities expressed concern on Tuesday (May 26) over signs the spread of the new coronavirus is still ...

27 May 03:12 CNA 5644198862289566139.html
WHO says the Americas are new COVID-19 epicenter as deaths surge in Latin America

The Americas have emerged as the new epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a Tuesday briefing, as a US study forecast deaths surging in Brazil and other Latin American countries through August.

27 May 10:15 The Jakarta Post 7678601102760798131.html
Virus spread 'still accelerating' in Brazil, Peru, Chile – WHO

With about 730,000 cases and more than 39,500 deaths from COVID-19 reported as of May 25, Latin America outpaces Europe and the United States in the number of daily infections

27 May 05:49 Rappler 1882105642982917755.html
Latin America now COVID-19 epicentre, says PAHO

The Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) is now declaring Latin America the new epicen...

27 May 00:00 Jamaica Observer 5357348614143746122.html
WHO: Virus spread ‘still accelerating’ in Brazil, Peru, Chile

WASHINGTON, May 27 — International health authorities expressed concern yesterday over signs the spread of the new coronavirus is still accelerating in Brazil, Peru and Chile. “In South America, we are particularly concerned that the number of new cases reported last week in Brazil was the...

27 May 00:08 Malaymail 302165934985480687.html
India wilts under heatwave as temperature hits 50 degrees Celsius

27 May 10:05 17 articles

The shade of a giant tree provided an escape from the heat for some Delhi residents

India is wilting under a heatwave, with temperatures in places reaching 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit) and the capital enduring its hottest May day in nearly two decades. Scorching weather is a growing menace in the world's second-most populous nation, and the United Nations warned

27 May 10:05 Yahoo 7097669638555109863.html
Mercury nears 50-degree mark in Delhi, Rajasthan; IMD says no immediate respite in sight

India News: Parts of northern and western India reeled under scorching heat on Wednesday, with temperatures hovering near the 50 degree-mark in Delhi and Rajastha

27 May 16:00 The Times of India 6060938663285432107.html
India wilts under heatwave as temperature hits 50 degrees Celsius

India is wilting under a heatwave, with the temperature in places reaching 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit) and the capital enduring ...

27 May 16:20 CNA 5644198862632932139.html
Delhi reels under heatwave, Palam records high of 47.2 degrees Celsius

The last time the mercury touched the 46-degree mark at the Safdarjung weather station was on May 19, 2002

27 May 15:02 Business-Standard 1502508925233158753.html
Heatwave scorches north India; Delhi records hottest day in May in 18 years

In New Delhi, Palam area recorded 47.6-degree Celsius, six notches above the normal, followed by Aya Nagar, Safdarjung and Lodhi Road

27 May 03:29 Business-Standard 1502508925938642102.html
India wilts as temperature hits 50 degrees Celsius

India is wilting under a heatwave, with temperatures in places reaching 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit) and the capital enduring its hottest May day in nearly two decades.

27 May 08:00 Digital Journal 4566489172458879484.html
Mercury hits 50 degrees in Rajasthan’s Churu, says India Meteorological Department

India Meteorological Department (IMD) said severe heatwave conditions will prevail in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana today.

27 May 10:47 newsx.com 5974563061312205839.html
Relief From Heatwave In North India Soon! Temperature Likely To Dip Down From May 29

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that there might be some relief in the heatwave conditions from May 29. Many places in North India recorded temperatures over 45 degrees celsius.

27 May 12:07 Abplive 5873643725484904285.html
India wilts under heatwave as temperature hits 50 degrees Celsius

India is wilting under a heatwave, with the temperature in places reaching 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit) and the capital enduring its hottest May day in nearly two decades.

27 May 08:19 phys.org 3476726124925601815.html
Maximum temperature at Delhi's Palam continue to clock above 47 degree Celsius

A maximum temperature of 47.2℃ was recorded at Palam, slightly less than Tuesday's 47.6 degrees.

27 May 16:49 DNA India 7533428661264029004.html
Delhi sizzles at 46 degrees amid severe heatwave, records Tuesday as hottest in May since 2002

However, Delhi is expected to get some respite from the stifling heat on May 28 due to a fresh Western Disturbance and easterly winds at lower levels.

27 May 05:11 The Statesman 1191309781839705670.html
Delhi reels under heatwave, Palam records high of 47.2 degrees Celsius

Dust storm and thunderstorm with winds gusting up to 60 kilometers per hour are likely over Delhi-NCR on May 29-30, said IMD.The all-time record for Safdarjung in May is 47.2 degrees Celsius. It was recorded on May 29, 1944

27 May 15:06 Livemint 6614605819423165397.html
Heat wave singes North India; Delhi records hottest day in 18 years

Live weather update: According to Kuldeep Srivastava, head of IMD's Regional weather forecasting centre, the last time the mercury touched the 46 degree-mark in New Delhi's Safdarjung was on May 19, 2002

27 May 05:18 Business Today 1145527432240915303.html
No Respite From Heatwave In Delhi, Mercury Passes 47 Degrees

The national capital reeled under a scorching heatwave on Wednesday with the mercury settling six notches above normal in most areas, the weather department said.

27 May 14:58 NDTV.com 5090057681467236306.html
Delhi records hottest day in May in 18 years at 46 degrees Celsius

The weather station at Palam, Lodhi Road recorded 47.6 degrees Celsius – six degrees above normal – falling in the severe heat wave category.

27 May 05:32 Scroll.in 8669301692590642127.html
FPJ Edit: Heatwave and coronavirus

27 May 01:30 Free Press Journal 9080771787100930254.html
Heatwave grips Capital, mercury touches 46O C

As heatwaves continued to persist, the national Capital on Tuesday recorded the maximum temperature at 46 degree Celsius, the highest for the month of May in 18 years. Delhi touched 46 degrees in May was in 2002. According to Dr Rajender Jenamani, MeT scientist, Delhi (Palam) reported

27 May 00:00 The Pioneer 1146783232437236133.html
CDC: Some coronavirus antibodies tests only half accurate

27 May 14:46 8 articles

Coronavirus antibody tests could be wrong up to half the time: CDC

Antibody tests for COVID-19 — used to determine if people have been infected in the past with the deadly illness — might be wrong up to half the time, the Centers for Disease Control and

27 May 14:46 New York Post 7654946768154454109.html
CDC: Antibody test results are often wrong and should not be relied on

The CDC says the results of these antibody tests shouldn't be used to make important decisions about re-opening.

27 May 16:25 Business Insider 6060062401205497900.html
CDC: Some coronavirus antibodies tests only half accurate

The CDC said that a positive test should not be used at this time to determine if an individual is immune.

27 May 01:23 ABC Action News - WFTS - Tampa Bay 5911730202266246476.html
CDC Cautions Against Using Antibody Tests For Decisions On Schools, Workplaces

Antibody tests often deliver false positives and shouldn’t be used as the basis for decision-making about returning to school or...

27 May 14:41 Talking Points Memo 4598529367379849171.html
CDC Changes Its Tune About Antibody Testing

Hmm.

27 May 23:35 Townhall 6083908947641136336.html
CDC: Antibody test results are often wrong and should not be relied on

The CDC has released new guidance on antibody tests, warning that they can be wrong half the time and shouldn’t be used to inform important policy decisions.

27 May 16:25 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046884021170220.html
Antibody tests might be wrong up to half the time, CDC says

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that antibody tests used to tell if someone has been infected with COVID-19 might be wrong up to half the time.

27 May 21:55 WVLT 4089046910674157989.html
COVID-19: 'Less Than Half' Of Positive Coronavirus Antibody Tests Are Accurate, CDC Says

Antibody tests used to determine if people have been infected in the past with Covid-19 might be wrong up to half the time, CDC warns.

27 May 02:46 Tech Times 4011848567718053708.html
Biocon gets DCGI nod for CytoSorb device to treat Covid-19 patients

27 May 05:39 7 articles

Biocon gets DCGI nod for CytoSorb use in critical Covid-19 cases

India Business News: Biocon said its subsidiary Biocon Biologics has received the Drugs Controller General of India’s (DCGI) approval for an extracorporeal blood purificat

27 May 05:39 The Times of India 6060938664559509687.html
Biocon gets DCGI nod for device to treat critical COVID-19 patients

US FDA recently approved CytoSorb for emergency use in COVID-19 patients

27 May 06:18 The Hindu 6679535024890629251.html
Biocon gets DCGI nod for CytoSorb device to treat Covid-19 patients

CytoSorb therapy reduces cytokine storm and the inflammatory response in Covid-19 patients through blood purification so that injury to organs may be mitigated or prevented

27 May 06:45 Business-Standard 1502508925368599191.html
Biocon gets DCGI nod for emergency use of CytoSorb to treat critical COVID-19 patients

CytoSorb is plug-and-play compatible with the most commonly used blood purification machines or pumps in the ICU used to treat COVID-19 patients, including hemoperfusion, hemodialysis, continuous renal replacement therapy, and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation machines, Biocon said.

27 May 12:39 The Financial Express 1288289581271923498.html
Biocon gets drug regulator's nod for CytoSorb device to treat critical COVID-19 patients

intensive care unit (ICU) with confirmed or imminent respiratory failure.

27 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024964501420883.html
Biocon Biologics Gets DCGI Nod For Emergency Use Of CytoSorb To Treat Critical Covid-19 Patients

The US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) had recently approved CytoSorb for emergency use in COVID-19 patients.

27 May 12:47 Swarajya 4977622828738934819.html
DCGI permits use of Biocon Biologics’ CytoSorb to treat COVID-19 patients

27 May 04:13 Free Press Journal 9080771786942803901.html
Americas will be hardest hit by COVID-19 job losses: International Labour Organization

27 May 12:18 5 articles

Americas will be hardest hit by COVID-19 job losses: International Labour Organization

The outbreak also risks creating a "lockdown generation" of young people forced to play catch-up on the labour market for at least 10 years, the Geneva-based body said.

27 May 12:18 The Economic Times 7653256037419924250.html
Coronavirus job losses creating ‘lockdown generation,’ UN group warns

The United Nation's International Labor Organization issued the grim prediction in a report showing that more than one in six young people have stopped working since the COVID-19 crisis began.

27 May 16:51 New York Post 7654946769371945960.html
Americas will be hardest hit by COVID-19 job losses: ILO

The Americas will bear the brunt of an estimated 305 million job losses that the COVID-19 pandemic will cause worldwide between April and June, ...

27 May 20:11 CNA 5644198864202464432.html
Americas will be hardest hit by Covid-19 job losses, says ILO

GENEVA, May 27 — The Americas will bear the brunt of an estimated 305 million job losses that the Covid-19 pandemic will cause worldwide between April and June, the International Labour Organization (ILO) said today. The outbreak also risks creating a “lockdown generation” of young people...

27 May 12:11 Malaymail 302165934603271250.html
America to face the hardest job losses due to pandemic, ILO says

The Americas will bear the brunt of an estimated 305 million job losses that the COVID-19 pandemic will cause worldwide between April and June, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) said on Wednesday.

27 May 22:52 Bdnews24 8119004129373864823.html
Covid-19: Places of worship, religious institutions in South Africa to reopen from June 1

27 May 05:56 7 articles

Covid-19: Places of worship, religious institutions in South Africa to reopen from June 1

Rest of World News: South Africa has been under a nationwide lockdown since March 27. The president had last month announced a five-phase plan to gradually ease the lockd

27 May 05:56 The Times of India 6060938664818483962.html
South Africa to let places of worship reopen from June

South Africa's churches and other places of worship can reopen their doors from June, but will be limited to 50 people, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Tuesday as coronavirus lockdown rules are further eased.

27 May 10:00 The Jakarta Post 7678601102321661059.html
South African places of worship to reopen from June

Africa’s most industrialised economy has been largely shut since late March, when the government enforced restrictions to stem the spread of the coronavirus, which has so far infected 23,615 people

27 May 06:32 Africanews 6630243979039647239.html
South Africa eases restrictions on religious gatherings

coronavirus

27 May 20:25 The Observer 7850745372183459462.html
Living on a prayer: Concerns as places of worship prepare to reopen their doors

The president’s announcement that places of worship can resume services under strict conditions during lockdown Level 3 has been met with strong and mixed opinions. The big question is, how will worshippers gather safely without spreading the coronavirus?

27 May 21:57 Daily Maverick 2373996788310483551.html
South Africa to let places of worship reopen from June

They will be limited to 50 people.

27 May 00:00 The East African 3857388830452471110.html
COMMENT: Africa’s collaboration in fight against Covid-19 commendable

THE 57th anniversary of Africa Day on Monday came at a time the continent and the entire world is grappling with Covid-19 and its effects it has had on the lives of the people as well as its economic impact on nations. Since the outbreak of the virus, African states have come together to share strategies on how to curb the spread of the virus and also on mitigation measures on the economies of the continent affected by virus. To date, more than 100 000 Covid-19 cases have been recorded across Africa with 40 000 recoveries and 3 000 deaths. Various meetings have been held between AU Heads of State and Government and a number of stakeholders including African business leaders and chairpersons of the regional economic communities (RECs) among others in a bid to come up with fortified responses to Covid-19. As a result of those interactions, AU chairperson and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed Zimbabwean billionaire Mr Strive Masiyiwa to coordinate a private sector-led continental effort to procure…

27 May 00:05 Chronicle 6294247025012071909.html
Prime Minister's aide 'broke lockdown rules', say parents

27 May 15:01 1 article

Prime Minister's aide 'broke lockdown rules', say parents

Parents tell Mumsnet they're more likely to break lockdown rules after Dominic Cummings' Durham trip

27 May 15:01 Wales Online 7686550516598580314.html
Orthodox and Haredi Hasidic Jews in a New York suburb say they're scapegoats in the coronavirus crisis. The 'othering' goes back decades., Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

27 May 19:36 3 articles

Orthodox and Haredi Hasidic Jews in a New York suburb say they're scapegoats in the coronavirus crisis. The 'othering' goes back decades.

More than 90,000 Jews, many of them Orthodox or Haredi Hassidic, call Rockland County home. During times of crisis, they feel the blame.

27 May 19:36 Business Insider 6060062400740112702.html
Orthodox and Haredi Hasidic Jews in a New York suburb say they're scapegoats in the coronavirus crisis. The 'othering' goes back decades., Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - More than 90,000 Jews, many of them Orthodox or Haredi Hassidic, call Rockland County home. During times of crisis, they feel the blame.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 19:36 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408755544201431.html
Orthodox and Haredi Hasidic Jews in a New York suburb say they’re scapegoats in the coronavirus crisis. The ‘othering’ goes back decades.

In normal times, thousands of mourners likely would have lined the streets of the New York hamlet of Spring Valley for the burial of Josef Neumann, one of five men brutally attacked in December by a machete-wielding man while observing Hanukkah at the home of a local rabbi.

27 May 19:36 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046882128632023.html
Mkhize: Global demand for Covid-19 kits hampering testing in SA

27 May 21:39 7 articles

Mkhize: Global demand for Covid-19 kits hampering testing in SA

"Constraints beyond our control" are hampering South Africa's Covid-19 testing, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said during a National Assembly meeting.

27 May 21:39 News24 3752801378150960945.html
Coronavirus hampers Africa's fight against malaria, TB

African countries have imposed tough measures against COVID-19. But it may come at the cost of other untreated diseases such as malaria and AIDS.

27 May 00:00 Deutsche Welle 550934689549759912.html
Health minister caught between politics and medicine

Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize needs to abandon the autocratic attitude for the greater good of the nation and realise that the likes of Professor Glenda Gray and her counterparts are critical in our response to Covid-19, writes Dr Shafrudeen Amod.

27 May 21:40 CityPress 437075751128612824.html
How South Africa’s action on Covid-19 contrasts sharply with its response to Aids

Country’s swift response is distinct from the handling of the HIV crisis 20 years ago. Have lessons been learnt?

27 May 10:00 the Guardian 1491978796456840282.html
190 000 people could die of COVID-19 in Africa

World health body says pandemic will be slower but longer | THE INDEPENDENT | Eighty-three thousand to 190 000 people in Africa could die of COVID-19 and 29 million to 44 million could get infected in the first year of the pandemic if containment measures fail, a new study by the World Health Organisation (WHO) …

27 May 06:00 The Independent Uganda: 5099025990723126413.html
WHO Regional Director for Africa pays tribute to African leaders on COVID-19 fight

WHO Regional Director for Africa, has paid tribute to African leaders for the progress they have made in their fight against COVID-19

27 May 04:00 Vanguard News 4125100339657769840.html
After Covid-19, Africa can come back better

These are challenging times for Africa, and, like the rest of the world, the continent is fighting to recover from the pandemic. But there are ways of helping to ensure that Africa comes back stronger than ever.

27 May 12:31 Daily Maverick 2373996788738603290.html
How South Africa can best balance controlling Covid-19 and avoiding economic disaster

27 May 17:01 2 articles

COVID-19 update as we start to leave our cocoons - Opeds

Social distancing, not touching our faces, and hand hygiene are the key weapons. Masks may make a difference especially in public places.

27 May 17:01 Israel National News 5374683670045725539.html
How South Africa can best balance controlling Covid-19 and avoiding economic disaster

There is intense pressure on the government to lift the lockdown and open the economy. Sustainably lifting out of the lockdown is critical. But there is no roadmap.

27 May 23:16 Daily Maverick 2373996788748385588.html
COVID-19 vaccine development: New guidelines for ethical approach to infecting trial volunteers

27 May 23:02 5 articles

Potential guidelines for ethically infecting vaccine volunteers with coronavirus

A University of Warwick researcher suggests this may significantly speed up the process of vaccine development and potentially save many lives.

27 May 23:02 Express & Star 7324224460714831771.html
COVID-19 vaccine development: New guidelines for ethical approach to infecting trial volunteers

Allowing consenting volunteers to be deliberately infected with COVID-19 for the purposes of developing a vaccine could be done ethically and potentially speed up its development, a University of Warwick researcher has argued in new research.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468190207215.html
Potential guidelines for ethically infecting vaccine volunteers with coronavirus

Allowing volunteers to be deliberately infected with coronavirus for the purposes of developing a vaccine could be done ethically and potentially speed up its development, an expert has said.Dr Adair Richards at the University of Warwick has developed a set of ethical guidelines to help researchers on how to approach deliberately infecting volunteers who have been given a vaccine candidate with Covid-19.He suggests this may significantly speed up the process of vaccine development and potentially save many lives.

27 May 23:04 ITV News 2184971257750851197.html
Potential guidelines for ethically infecting vaccine volunteers with coronavirus

A University of Warwick researcher suggests this may significantly speed up the process of vaccine development and potentially save many lives.

27 May 23:04 Shropshire Star 3480199992087859418.html
Potential guidelines for ethically infecting vaccine volunteers with coronavirus

A University of Warwick researcher suggests this may significantly speed up the process of vaccine development and potentially save many lives.

27 May 23:05 Jersey Evening Post 6141642775067961788.html
America's top coronavirus doctor says second wave might not happen

27 May 17:01 1 article

America's top coronavirus doctor says second wave might not happen

White House immunologist Dr Anthony Fauci said a second spike of Covid-19 cases is 'not inevitable' - but said it depended on people's social distancing efforts

27 May 17:01 Metro 970161747809904386.html
Heatwave likely to continue during next 24 hours: IMD

27 May 14:33 6 articles

No respite from scorching summers! Heatwave likely to continue during next 24 hours, says IMD

On the progress of the southwest monsoon, the national weather forecasting centre of the IMD said it has further advanced into some more parts of south Bay of Bengal.

27 May 14:33 The Financial Express 1288289580141646290.html
Heatwave likely to continue during next 24 hours: IMD

The ongoing heatwave over several parts of north and central India is likely to continue during the next 24 hours, the India Meteorological Department said on Wednesday, even as the southwest monsoon

27 May 08:43 The Hindu 6679535025151853182.html
Heatwave likely to continue during next 24 hours: IMD

"Due to the prevailing dry north-westerly winds over plains of northwest India, central India and the adjoining interior parts of eastern India, the present heatwave conditions are very likely to continue during next 24 hours," the IMD said. Heatwave conditions at many places with severe heatwave in isolated pockets are very likely over Vidarbha, west Rajasthan, the IMD said.

27 May 09:03 The Economic Times 7653256036812515585.html
Weather updates, May 27: Heatwave to continue for next few days in north

Weather Forecast Today, 27 May 2020: Maximum temperatures over the plains of north India are expected to recede from May 28 onwards, with substantial reduction in heatwave conditions from May 29.

27 May 05:26 The Indian Express 2885715105153812346.html
Heatwave likely to continue during next 24 hours: IMD

The Rising Kashmir provides the most comprehensive coverage news, breaking news,videos, information on Kashmir, politics, cricket and more.

27 May 16:34 Rising Kashmir 9025326238873116427.html
Current Heat Wave Likely To Continue For 2 More Days In Northwest, Central India

Conditions are favourable for further advance of Southwest Monsoon.

27 May 05:17 League of India 8067868025319051912.html
Zipline will use its drones to deliver PPE to US healthcare workers

27 May 11:01 3 articles

Zipline will use its drones to deliver PPE to US healthcare workers

Drones will be used to deliver PPE to healthcare workers in North Carolina.

27 May 11:01 Engadget 96641516483614224.html
Novant Health launches first emergency drone operation for pandemic response in the country

The venture marks the first emergency drone logistics operation by a hospital for its pandemic response in the country.

27 May 21:22 WBTV 6439870257813968678.html
Drone service launches in US to deliver medical supplies by air

Drone start up Zipline has collaborated with a health network in North Carolina to deliver much-needed medical supplies to medical centres.

27 May 12:04 Design Week 9211635614292974027.html
Fast Radio Bursts Shed Light On The Universe's "Missing Matter"

27 May 16:00 3 articles

Fast Radio Bursts Shed Light On The Universe's "Missing Matter"

Most of what exists in the universe is invisible to us. We think the universe is made of normal (baryonic) matter, dark matter, and dark energy. The subato

27 May 16:00 IFLScience 242791748924058675.html
Cosmic bursts unveil universe's missing matter

Astronomers have used mysterious fast radio bursts to solve a decades-old mystery of "missing matter," long predicted to exist in the universe, but never before detected. The researchers have determined ...

27 May 15:00 phys.org 3476726124319551739.html
Big Bang missing matter finally found in WA breakthrough needed to better map our universe

After almost 30 years of searching the universe, astronomers using WA’s state-of-the-art telescope have finally solved the mystery of “missing matter” tracing back to the Big Bang.

27 May 15:00 WAtoday 6806590898874955834.html
Why can't private hospitals treat COVID-19 patients for free? SC asks Centre

27 May 23:13 7 articles

SC: Why no free Covid care at private hospitals?

India News: NEW DELHI: Amid reports of spiralling cost of Covid-19 patients’ treatment in private hospitals, the Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Centre why s.

27 May 23:13 The Times of India 6060938664532154475.html
'Why Can't Private Hospitals Built on Free Land Give Free Treatment to COVID-19 Patients', SC Asks Centre

This comes a day after the Supreme Court took  cognizance of the miseries of migrant workers across the country and said there have been inadequacies and certain lapses by the Centre and the states

27 May 09:26 India News, Breaking News, Entertainment News | India.com 7150386083198449470.html
SC asks Centre to identify private hospitals for free Covid-19 treatment

Three-judge bench led by CJI says there are private hospitals that have been given land either free of cost or at nominal rates, so they should treat coronavirus-infected patients for free

27 May 14:05 Business-Standard 1502508924771962849.html
Why can't private hospitals treat COVID-19 patients for free? SC asks Centre

 The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Centre as to why the private hospitals, given land free of cost, couldn't treat COVID-19 patients for free. A bench of Chief Justice S A Bobde and Justices A

27 May 16:17 Deccan Herald 2027555796999319012.html
SC: Why no free Covid care at private hospitals? | India News

NEW DELHI: Amid reports of spiralling cost of Covid-19 patients’ treatment in private hospitals, the Supreme Court on Wednesday asked … SC: Why no free Covid care at private hospitals? | India News Read More »

27 May 23:46 ISSCNC 6824315491423896412.html
Identify private hospitals to treat COVID-19 patients for free or at nominal cost: SC to Centre

Nagaland Page is an English newspaper published from Dimapur, Nagaland.

27 May 13:21 Nagaland Page 3615638286561302866.html
Identify private hospitals to treat COVID-19 patients for free or at nominal cost: SC to Centre

The bench was hearing an application filed in a plea which has sought a direction for regulating the cost of treatment of COVID-19 at private hospitals across the country.

27 May 14:46 The New Indian Express 4718288652952569182.html
Larry Kramer, who pushed the world to respond to the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s, has died of pneumonia at 84, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

27 May 22:23 4 articles

Larry Kramer, Aids activist, dies at age 84

New York playwright prodded an often unwilling nation to confront public health crisis

27 May 22:23 Ft 707176889910083969.html
Dr. Fauci remembers playwright and AIDS activist Larry Kramer for his 'heart of gold'

Larry Kramer, the AIDS activist and playwright known for The Normal Heart, has died at 84. Kramer died Wednesday morning in Manhattan from pneumonia, his husband, David Webster, told The New York Times. Kramer in 1981 co-founded the Gay Men's Health Crisis organization for HIV-positive people and was a founder of Act Up (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power) as well. He was, the Times writes, "among the first activists to foresee that what had at first caused alarm as a rare form of cancer among gay men would spread worldwide, like any other sexually transmitted disease, and kill millions of people without regard to sexual orientation," and he used "relentless, often antagonizing tactics to goad public officials, scientists and fellow gay rights proponents to stanch the AIDS epidemic," The Washington Post notes. Kramer's autobiographical play The Normal Heart debuted in 1985, and his other notable work includes the play The Destiny of Me, which was a Pulitzer Prize finalist. He was also nominated for an Academy Award…

27 May 17:33 The Week 149215354831517197.html
Larry Kramer, who pushed the world to respond to the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s, has died of pneumonia at 84, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - Galvanized by the AIDS epidemic that swept the United States in the 1980s, Kramer founded the Gay Men's Health Crisis and ACT UP.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 18:25 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408757110075059.html
Larry Kramer, who pushed the world to respond to the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s, has died of pneumonia at 84

Outspoken AIDS activist and prolific author Larry Kramer died on Wednesday morning in New York City. He was 84 years old.

27 May 18:25 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046883694505651.html
Pregnant Women With Covid-19 May Have Higher Risk of Placenta Injury, Study Finds

27 May 17:30 2 articles

Pregnant Women With Covid-19 May Have Higher Risk of Placenta Injury, Study Finds

A small study suggests that women who contract covid-19 while pregnant may be at higher risk for complications. Compared to uninfected women, women with covid-19 had a greater chance of injury to their placenta, the study found.

27 May 17:30 Gizmodo UK 8363059000858838457.html
Clotting linked to COVID-19 may harm placenta

Women who had COVID-19 while pregnant showed evidence of placental injury, suggesting a new complication of the illness, researchers say.

27 May 17:26 UPI 8257973865551329699.html
How much will be enough when it comes to Canada's COVID-19 supply?

27 May 08:43 6 articles

How much will be enough when it comes to Canada's COVID-19 supply?

A high-profile announcement by the Liberals this week that automotive giant General Motors would make 10 million medical masks omitted a detail that production will take place over the next year.

27 May 08:43 CTVNews 2422791598558120786.html
How much will be enough when it comes to Canada's COVID-19 supply?

A high-profile announcement by the Liberals this week that automotive giant General Motors would make 10 million medical masks omitted a detail that speaks to the long road ahead in Canada's fight against COVID-19.

27 May 09:34 CP24 1887544295885261438.html
How much will be enough when it comes to Canada's COVID-19 supply?

OTTAWA — A high-profile announcement by the Liberals this week that automotive giant General Motors would make 10 million medical masks omitted a detail that speaks to the long road ahead in Canada's. . .

27 May 01:00 Times Colonist 7617512061100243097.html
How much will be enough when it comes to Canada's COVID-19 supply?

OTTAWA — A high-profile announcement by the Liberals this week that automotive giant General Motors would make 10 million medical masks omitted a detail that speaks to the long road ahead in Canada's fight against COVID-19.

27 May 08:00 KitchenerToday.com 52741009140505608.html
How much will be enough when it comes to Canada's COVID-19 supply?

OTTAWA - A high-profile announcement by the Liberals this week that automotive giant General Motors would make 10 million medical masks omitted a detail tha

27 May 08:00 iNFOnews.ca 6669504244594625682.html
PPE - how much is enough?

A high-profile announcement by the Liberals this week that automotive giant General Motors would make 10 million medical masks omitted a detail that speaks to the long road ahead in Canada's fight against COVID-19.

27 May 06:47 Castanet 616068602203226139.html
Social distancing norms of 6 ft insufficient, virus can travel nearly 20 ft: Study

27 May 14:13 2 articles

Social distancing norms of 6 ft insufficient, virus can travel nearly 20 ft: Study

The researchers warned that the current pandemic may not stop in the summer of the northern hemisphere without proper intervention since there is an increasing chance of aerosol transmission in...

27 May 14:13 The Hans India 817019415090283181.html
Virus can travel 20 feet, 6 ft inadequate: Study

Virus can travel 20 feet, 6 ft inadequate: Study. From these past studies, the scientists said both the aerodynamics of the droplets, and their heat and mass exchange process with the environment can determine the effectiveness of virus prohttps://www.rediff.com/news/report/pix-how-indians-are-maintaining-social-distance/20200326.htmpagation.

27 May 00:00 Rediff 3466372383452863712.html
World Bank provides $346 million to strengthen resilience, livelihoods in Lake Chad region

27 May 11:06 3 articles

World Bank provides $346 million to strengthen resilience, livelihoods in Lake Chad region

It explained that overall, the Lake Chad region suffered from poor development and economic indicators compared to the averages in the four countries.

27 May 11:06 Premium Times Nigeria 5456729300677886610.html
World Bank approves $346m for projects in Nigeria, others

Ihuoma Chiedozie, Abuja The World Bank has approved $346m for two projects aimed at strengthening resilience and livelihoods in the Lake Chad region. A statement from the World Bank explained...

27 May 12:47 Punch Newspapers 3524240995022787177.html
Nigeria to benefit as World Bank approves $346m for Lake Chad countries

The World Bank has approved funding totalling $346 million through the International Development Association to improve livelihoods in the Lake Chad region

27 May 18:04 TheCable 7513571676150602780.html
U.S. surpasses 100,000 deaths from coronavirus

27 May 22:38 5 articles

U.S. surpasses 100,000 deaths from coronavirus

True death toll from the virus is widely believed to be significantly higher

27 May 22:38 The Globe and Mail 68426410916717044.html
U.S. deaths from coronavirus surpass 100,000

The U.S. surpassed a jarring milestone Wednesday in the coronavirus pandemic: 100,000 deaths.

27 May 06:48 CTVNews 2422791598312687123.html
Coronavirus pandemic exposes inequality in Ecuador's Guayaquil

When Victoria Sanchez and her mother, Eufemia Nicolaza Sanches Pin, showed up at their local public hospital in Ecuador's Guayaquil for Sanches Pin's weekly dialysis treatment last month, hospital staff refused to let the mother, a diabetic, in because she had a runny nose. 

27 May 22:44 Aljazeera 6642629762686999447.html
U.S. death toll from coronavirus passes 100,000

The U.S. surpassed a jarring milestone Wednesday in the coronavirus pandemic: 100,000 deaths. That number is the best estimate and most assuredly an undercount. But it represents the stark reality that more Americans have died from the virus than from the Vietnam and Korea wars combined. "It's a striking reminder of how…

27 May 20:35 Japan Today 8582716286095633890.html
US deaths from coronavirus surpass 100,000 milestone

That number is the best estimate and most assuredly an undercount.

27 May 14:30 ABC7 Los Angeles 8300010440026851743.html
Dr Tony Holohan rubbishes claims by Ryanair's Michael O’Leary that Irish people being punished by lockdown

27 May 15:11 2 articles

Health experts dismiss O'Leary claims it is safe to fly again

Health experts have dismissed claims by Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary that it is safe to fly again.

27 May 15:11 Irishexaminer 8196011180129713632.html
Dr Tony Holohan rubbishes claims by Ryanair's Michael O’Leary that Irish people being punished by lockdown

Dr Holohan rejected several pleas for an easing of restrictions

27 May 20:11 Irish Mirror 2875825628364076299.html
NHS Providers warns ‘key bits still to be built’ as test and trace begins

27 May 18:55 6 articles

Head of UK ‘test and trace’ system warns won’t be ‘world-class’ at start

Programme to avert new spike in coronavirus infections set to launch on Thursday

27 May 18:55 Ft 707176889593156827.html
Every person in the UK with symptoms is now eligible for a coronavirus test

Matt Hancock said: 'From tomorrow, we are expanding eligibility for testing to include the under-fives, so that now every single person who has symptoms of coronavirus can get a test, no matter their age.'

27 May 18:05 Metro 970161748603553871.html
You could get a call from 9am telling you to isolate for 14 days

The self isolation request could become mandatory if not obeyed.

27 May 17:05 Liverpool Echo 7727211173126038728.html
It is the public’s civic duty to make mass contact tracing works, Hancock says

By tracking infected people and isolating their contacts, the national lockdown could be replaced with individual isolation, Matt Hancock said.

27 May 18:25 Express & Star 7324224459034492783.html
It is the public’s civic duty to make mass contact tracing works, Hancock says

By tracking infected people and isolating their contacts, the national lockdown could be replaced with individual isolation, Matt Hancock said.

27 May 18:24 Shropshire Star 3480199991488315247.html
NHS Providers warns ‘key bits still to be built’ as test and trace begins

NHS Providers chief executive Chris Hopson has warned “very key bits” of the Government’s test and trace strategy are not yet in place as the scheme is set to begin.NHS Test and Trace will officially launch across England on Thursday with the help of 25,000 contact tracers, although an accompanying app is still delayed by several weeks.People with coronavirus will have their contacts traced under the scheme, which aims to cut off routes of transmission for the virus and control local flare-ups.

27 May 23:27 ITV News 2184971257361800911.html
Hospital staff with Covid-19 had protective antibodies in study

27 May 06:33 3 articles

Mild coronavirus illness may confer some immunity: study

Over 5.5 million cases reported across the world.

27 May 06:33 DAWN.COM 4500271766920340408.html
Hospital staff with Covid-19 had protective antibodies in study

The research addresses a crucial question regarding the new coronavirus: whether people who had Covid-19, and especially those who didn’t get severely ill, develop antibodies capable of protecting them against reinfection.

27 May 08:50 The Indian Express 2885715105466457458.html
People Who Have Had Mild Covid-19 Appear To Have Some Immunity

Even people who experienced mild symptoms of Covid-19 could still have acquired immunity for several weeks or more, according to a new study in French heal

27 May 14:35 IFLScience 242791749721064550.html
Canadian soldiers witness 'deeply disturbing' scenes in seniors' residences: PM

27 May 18:46 4 articles

Canada vows changes in senior care after military shines spotlight on shortfalls

MONTREAL/OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday vowed to help provincial authorities revamp the country’s senior care system after soldiers helping in nursing homes in Ontario and Quebec reported serious shortfalls this week.

27 May 18:46 Reuters 8334514179830078149.html
Canadian soldiers witness 'deeply disturbing' scenes in seniors' residences: PM

OTTAWA: Canadian soldiers helping to manage the coronavirus outbreak in seniors' residences have witnessed some "deeply disturbing" scenes, Prime ...

27 May 01:09 CNA 5644198863700444616.html
Advocates push Ottawa to fix long-term problems with long-term care

OTTAWA - Advocates and experts in long-term health care say now is the time for Ottawa to intervene when it comes to the inhumane treatment of seniors in nu

27 May 21:27 iNFOnews.ca 6669504246171417504.html
COVID-19 shows need for long-term-care reform but solve crisis first, Trudeau says

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expects to have a comprehensive conversation with Canada's premiers about immediate and long-term reforms of the country's elder care system in light of reports of neglect and abuse of seniors in facilities in Q

27 May 21:01 KitchenerToday.com 52741009920710661.html
Vulnerable people shielding from coronavirus see incomes slide, charity warns

27 May 23:03 4 articles

Vulnerable people shielding from coronavirus see incomes slide, charity warns

Citizens Advice research revealed 41% of people in the shielded group said they have lost at least 20% of their income since the outbreak began.

27 May 23:03 Express & Star 7324224460690146735.html
Vulnerable people shielding from coronavirus see incomes slide, charity warns

Citizens Advice research revealed 41% of people in the shielded group said they have lost at least 20% of their income since the outbreak began.

27 May 23:04 Shropshire Star 3480199991479096081.html
UK's most vulnerable people at risk of losing 60% of their income

Citizens Advice warns of lack of safety net for many of the 2.5 million ordered to shield at home

27 May 23:01 the Guardian 1491978796294089453.html
Vulnerable people shielding from coronavirus see incomes slide, charity warns

Citizens Advice research revealed 41% of people in the shielded group said they have lost at least 20% of their income since the outbreak began.

27 May 23:04 Jersey Evening Post 6141642775225550255.html
'COVID-19 deaths could top 18,000 in India'

27 May 00:00 6 articles

'COVID-19 deaths could top 18,000 in India'

'COVID-19 deaths could top 18,000 in India'. The country is still in the ascending limb of the epidemic, said Prof D Prabhakaran.

27 May 00:00 Rediff 3466372384175184888.html
Covid-19 deaths could top 18,000 in India, says public health expert

In India, 50 per cent of all COVID-19 deaths have been among those older than 60 years. The proportion of population aged 60-plus in India is 9.9 per cent compared to 22.4 per cent in the US.

27 May 14:50 The Financial Express 1288289579496013008.html
Covid-19 deaths could top 18,000 in India, says public health expert

The country is still in the ascending limb of the epidemic, said Prof D Prabhakaran, Director, Centre for Control of Chronic Conditions (CCCC).

27 May 08:07 The Economic Times 7653256037162636787.html
Covid-19 deaths could top 18,000 in India, says public health expert

COVID-19 cases are expected to peak in early July in India, where deaths from the pandemic could top 18,000, an Epidemiologist and a public health expert said.

27 May 00:00 Telangana Today 8182025568359560230.html
Covid-19 deaths in India could top 18,000 soon, says report

Covid-19 cases are expected to peak in early July in India, where deaths from the pandemic could top 18,000, an Epidemiologist and a public health expert

27 May 18:11 Greater Kashmir 4662909092941750185.html
Coronavirus deaths could top 18,000 in India, says public health expert

India is still in the ascending limb of the epidemic, said Prof D Prabhakaran, Director, Centre for Control of Chronic Conditions.On low mortality rate in India and possible reasons for it, he said we will know if the mortality is actually low when the epidemic ends

27 May 08:20 Livemint 6614605818380088425.html
Covid-19 tests not mandatory for maternal, newborn: Health Ministry

27 May 10:45 8 articles

Home delivery of essential medicines can be organised in containment zones: Health ministry

In its 'Guidance note on Provision of Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, Adolescent Health Plus Nutrition (RMNCAH+N) services during and post COVID-19 pandemic' released on Wednesday, the ministry stressed that critical services for women, children and adolescent should be provided irrespective of their COVID-19 status.

27 May 10:45 The Economic Times 7653256037331766874.html
Covid-19 tests not mandatory for maternal, newborn: Health Ministry

The ministry also said that mother and newborn should be nursed together and breastfeeding must be initiated within 1 hour of delivery, irrespective of Covid-19 status

27 May 10:14 Business-Standard 1502508924956514027.html
Home delivery of essential medicines can be organised in containment zones: Health Ministry

In its 'Guidance note on Provision of Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, Adolescent Health Plus Nutrition (RMNCAH+N) services during and post COVID-19 pandemic' released on Wednesday, the ministry stressed that critical services for women, children and adolescent should be provided irrespective of their COVID-19 status.

27 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024964814739612.html
PANDEMIC PROVIDES OPPORTUNITY FOR FAMILIES' MENTAL HEALTH

As pandemic restrictions continue, are you starting to worry more about your child's mental health? You are not alone.

27 May 00:00 Psychology Today 5895805838257732984.html
Notable decrease in Covid-19 cases across mental health facilities

Data gathered by the Mental Health Commission has shown a notable decrease in the total number of suspected and confirmed cases of Covid-19 across the 181 mental health services it has been monitoring...

27 May 12:00 TipperaryLive 1097599577669839943.html
Notable decrease in Covid-19 cases across mental health facilities

Data gathered by the Mental Health Commission has shown a notable decrease in the total number of suspected and confirmed cases of Covid-19 across the 181 mental health services it has been monitoring...

27 May 00:00 Leinster Leader 7955940816731797362.html
Covid testing not necessary for maternal services: Govt

Critical services for women, children should be provided irrespective of their covid status.Denial of service can impact maternal and newborn mortalities, the health ministry says

27 May 16:49 Livemint 6614605818857974590.html
‘Home delivery of essential medicines can be organised in containment zones’

The Centre has suggested states and UTs to organise home delivery of essential medicines like calcium, iron/folic acid and zinc tablets

27 May 00:00 Telangana Today 8182025568079980335.html
Rio Tinto admits damaging Australian Aboriginal heritage site

27 May 17:38 2 articles

Rio Tinto admits damaging Australian Aboriginal heritage site

Anglo-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto has admitted damaging ancient Aboriginal rock shelters in the remote Pilbara region - blasting near the ...

27 May 17:38 CNA 5644198863764890934.html
Rio Tinto admits damaging Australian Aboriginal heritage site

Anglo-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto has admitted damaging ancient Aboriginal rock shelters in the remote Pilbara region -- blasting near the 46,000-year-old heritage site to expand an iron ore mine.

27 May 17:00 manilastandard.net 4715274785483840916.html
Zoa Morani donates her blood plasma for the second time to help COVID-19 patients battling the virus

27 May 08:02 3 articles

Zoa Morani donates her blood plasma for the second time to help COVID-19 patients battling the virus

Karim Morani's daughter Zoa Morani has donated her blood plasma for the second time for the people who are currently battling the Coronavirus. She has

27 May 08:02 The Times of India 6060938664777121385.html
Zoa Morani On Donating Plasma For The Second Time: Last Time It Helped Get A Patient Out Of ICU

Zoa Morani, who recovered from the Novel Coronavirus over a month back, recently donated her plasma for the second time, at a hospital in Mumbai. The actress took to her Instagram page to share a picture from the hospital, along with a note from the doctor.

27 May 10:48 https://www.filmibeat.com 7601703243437016058.html
Zoa Morani donates plasma the second time for COVID-19 treatment

Mumbai Producer Karim Morani's daughter, actress Zoa Morani, has donated her plasma for the second time for COVID-19 research and treatment at Mumbai's Nair Hospital today.

27 May 14:34 The Peninsula 1202843881438380176.html
The editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American Medical Association explains how a medical study gets published, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

27 May 22:31 3 articles

The editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American Medical Association explains how a medical study gets published

"Two-thirds of papers are rejected without external peer-review," JAMA's Howard Bauchner told Business Insider.

27 May 22:31 Business Insider 6060062399980877687.html
The editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American Medical Association explains how a medical study gets published, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - "Two-thirds of papers are rejected without external peer-review," JAMA's Howard Bauchner told Business Insider.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 22:31 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408756212119415.html
The editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American Medical Association explains how a medical study gets published

Published studies are the backbone of medical understanding, both for healthcare professionals and the general public. And medical journals are the gatekeepers of that research, ensuring accuracy and integrity.

27 May 22:31 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046882796550007.html
Strokes in Covid-19 patients: Four studies capture trends

27 May 04:00 4 articles

University of Cincinnati study uncovers clues to COVID-19 in the brain

A study by University of Cincinnati researchers and three Italian institutions reviewing neuroimaging and neurological symptoms in patients with COVID-19 may shed light on the virus's impact on the central nervous system.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468629828631.html
Clues to COVID-19 in the brain uncovered in new study

A study reviewing neuroimaging and neurological symptoms in patients with COVID-19 may shed light on the virus's impact on the central nervous system.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754801783289296.html
Strokes in Covid-19 patients: Four studies capture trends

How frequent, and how severe, are strokes among Covid-19 patients? A series of papers in the journal Stroke, published by the American Heart Association, examines trends from four countries.

27 May 05:09 The Indian Express 2885715105601961029.html
Study may shed light on the impact of COVID-19 on central nervous system

A study by University of Cincinnati researchers and four Italian institutions reviewing neuroimaging and neurological symptoms in patients with COVID-19 may shed light on the virus's impact on the central nervous system.

27 May 18:07 News-Medical.net 4522523030881557016.html
International students are torn on whether to study in Britain as universities contemplate virtual classrooms, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

27 May 15:04 3 articles

International students are torn on whether to study in Britain as universities contemplate virtual classrooms

One in five students in the UK is from overseas — and many come for the highly collaborative seminars, which may not be possible this year.

27 May 15:04 Business Insider 6060062399758998452.html
International students are torn on whether to study in Britain as universities contemplate virtual classrooms, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - One in five students in the UK is from overseas — and many come for the highly collaborative seminars, which may not be possible this year.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 15:04 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408755990240180.html
International students are torn on whether to study in Britain as universities contemplate virtual classrooms

Much like every other industry, the coronavirus pandemic has thrown uncertainty into the air for Britain’s universities. Students living both in the UK and abroad have raised questions about the viability of travel and study when Britain eventually returns from lockdown.

27 May 15:04 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046882574670772.html
SpaceX, NASA Abort Demo-2 Due to Inclement Weather, Next Attempt May 30

27 May 00:00 5 articles

Updated: SpaceX Historic First Launch With NASA Astronauts Is Happening Right Now

Today is the day. At 4:33 pm ET, SpaceX is on track to become the first private space company to deliver NASA astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS).

27 May 00:00 ScienceAlert 8369231565821116877.html
SpaceX, NASA Abort Demo-2 Due to Inclement Weather, Next Attempt May 30

SpaceX and NASA had to abort the launch of the Demo-2 mission due to inclement weather on Wednesday.

27 May 16:48 Interesting Engineering 7328942541353390549.html
A tropical storm may scrub SpaceX's history-making rocket launch of 2 astronauts on Wednesday

Elon Musk's rocket company is close to making history for itself and NASA, but weather forecasters gave the planned launch attempt a 50-50 chance.

27 May 14:29 Business Insider 6060062400607385906.html
A tropical storm may scrub SpaceX's history-making rocket launch of 2 astronauts on Wednesday, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - Elon Musk's rocket company is close to making history for itself and NASA, but weather forecasters gave the planned launch attempt a 50-50 chance.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 14:29 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408756838627634.html
A tropical storm may scrub SpaceX’s history-making rocket launch of 2 astronauts on Wednesday

SpaceX is on the cusp of making spaceflight history for both itself and NASA – that is, if the weather cooperates.

27 May 14:29 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046883423058226.html
Scientists warn of 'zombie fires' in the Arctic

27 May 17:54 3 articles

Scientists warn of 'zombie fires' in the Arctic

Dormant 'zombie fires' scattered across the Arctic region -- remnants of record blazes last year -- may be coming to life after an unusually warm and dry spring, scientists warned Wednesday.

27 May 17:54 CTVNews 2422791599093059914.html
The risk of wildfires increases with warm, dry conditions(NOAA satellite photo showing cloud of smoke from wildfire in western Greenland)

Dormant "zombie fires" scattered across the Arctic region -- remnants of record blazes last year -- may be coming to life after an unusually warm and dry Spring, scientists warned Wednesday. "We have seen satellite observations of active fires that hint that 'zombie' fires might

27 May 17:23 Yahoo 7097669638556788657.html
Scientists warn of 'zombie fires' in the Arctic

Dormant "zombie fires" scattered across the Arctic region—remnants of record blazes last year—may be coming to life after an unusually warm and dry Spring, scientists warned Wednesday.

27 May 18:22 phys.org 3476726124063527552.html
Alzheimer's Gene Linked to Severe COVID-19 Risk

27 May 10:00 3 articles

Alzheimer's Gene Linked to Severe COVID-19 Risk

Part of the increased risk among people with dementia may owe to high rates of new coronavirus infections in nursing homes. But this study suggests genetics may also be a factor.

27 May 10:00 WebMD 4010151887546229056.html
New Research: In gene linked to dementia, a correlation with severe Covid

Now, the research team has found that carrying these gene mutations doubles the risks of Covid-19 — even in people who had not developed these diseases.

27 May 02:51 The Indian Express 2885715104022493044.html
COVID-19 and dementia: What's the link? | TheHealthSite.com

According to a new study, having a faulty gene linked to dementia may double your risk of developing severe complications of COVID-19. Read on to know more.

27 May 07:38 Thehealthsite 4766622849814598199.html
Newsom: Hair salons, barbershops may reopen in most California counties

27 May 07:02 6 articles

California eases coronavirus restrictions

SACRAMENTO: California, the most populous US state, took another step on Tuesday (May 26) toward ending sweeping lockdowns imposed to contain the ...

27 May 07:02 CNA 5644198863307042621.html
Santa Clara health officer suggests California is reopening too soon

Cody said she wants to reopen Santa Clara County — but only when safe to do so.

27 May 03:07 POLITICO 3493784591264035404.html
Covid-19 lockdowns: California eases pandemic restrictions, NYSE reopens

While lifting the ban on services at places of worship, the California governor limited the number of people who can gather at one time to 25 percent of a building's capacity

27 May 05:00 Business-Standard 1502508925779420207.html
Newsom: Hair salons, barbershops may reopen in most California counties

May 26 (UPI) -- Hair salons and barbershops in jurisdictions that meet specific health criteria will be allowed to reopen for business, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Tuesday, furthering easing restrictions in the first state to issue sweeping stay-at-home orders.

27 May 03:17 UPI 8257973865884659069.html
Los Angeles County reopens in-person shopping, worship

California moved to further relax its coronavirus restrictions and help the battered economy on Tuesday by permitting barbershops and hair salons to reopen while Los Angeles County, moving more cautio

27 May 00:00 The Washington Times 8941836441666099370.html
California eases pandemic restrictions; New York Stock Exchange opens

SACRAMENTO, Calif.,  - California, the most populous U.S. state, took another step  toward ending sweeping lockdowns imposed to contain the coronavirus pandemic, allowing barber shops and hair salons in most counties to operate for the first time in more than two months.

27 May 12:58 The Peninsula 1202843881087255457.html
Greece to welcome Germans, Cypriots, Israelis in first wave of visitors

27 May 10:02 2 articles

Greece to welcome Germans, Cypriots, Israelis in first wave of visitors

Greece will allow travellers from around two dozen countries including Germany, Cyprus and Israel to visit from mid-June without having to be quarantined, government officials said, part of a gradual easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions. "There will be some 20-25 countries whose nationals

27 May 10:02 Yahoo 7097669638283076682.html
Greece to welcome Germans, Cypriots, Israelis in first wave of visitors

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece will allow travellers from around two dozen countries including Germany, Cyprus and Israel to visit from mid-June without having to be quarantined, government officials said, part of a gradual easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

27 May 10:19 Reuters 8334514179822490525.html
Researchers incorporate computer vision and uncertainty into AI for robotic prosthetics

27 May 04:00 3 articles

Researchers incorporate computer vision and uncertainty into AI for robotic prosthetics

Researchers have developed new software that can be integrated with existing hardware to enable people using robotic prosthetics or exoskeletons to walk in a safer, more natural manner on different types of terrain. The new framework incorporates computer vision into prosthetic leg control, and includes robust artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms that allow the software to better account for uncertainty.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468256689271.html
Computer vision and uncertainty in AI for robotic prosthetics

Researchers have developed new software that can be integrated with existing hardware to enable people using robotic prosthetics or exoskeletons to walk in a safer, more natural manner on different types of terrain. The new framework incorporates computer vision into prosthetic leg control, and includes robust artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms that allow the software to better account for uncertainty.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754803018006491.html
Researchers incorporate computer vision and uncertainty into AI for robotic prosthetics

Researchers have developed new software that can be integrated with existing hardware to enable people using robotic prosthetics or exoskeletons to walk in a safer, more natural manner on different types ...

27 May 16:47 Tech Xplore 4945708899656076631.html
Britain proposes November 2021 date for delayed UN climate summit

27 May 10:27 2 articles

Britain proposes November 2021 date for delayed U.N. climate summit

(Reuters) - Britain has proposed hosting in November 2021 a United Nations’ climate summit that was postponed from this November due to the coronavirus pandemic, a letter from the Cabinet Office seen by Reuters shows.

27 May 10:27 Reuters 8334514181817085957.html
Britain proposes November 2021 date for delayed UN climate summit

Britain has proposed hosting in November 2021 a United Nations’ climate summit that was postponed from this November due to the coronavirus pandemic, a letter from the Cabinet Office seen by Reuters

27 May 18:41 New York Post 7654946768333348388.html
Tech companies target temperature-monitoring patches for Covid-19

27 May 09:19 2 articles

Tech companies target temperature-monitoring patches for Covid-19

Patch is about the size of small bandag­e and powere­d by a specia­lly design­ed microc­hip

27 May 09:19 The Express Tribune 1105816787875576077.html
Tech companies target temperature-monitoring patches for COVID-19

Could be worn to monitor for elevated body temperatures.

27 May 00:24 iTnews 4425008560870142686.html
When experts found isolation was a great thing – and that debate isn't settled

27 May 14:00 3 articles

When experts found isolation was a great thing – and that debate isn't settled

COVID has given us time to turn inwards and consider what it is about life that we truly consider important. It's not all bad.

27 May 14:00 The Age 7967730562132434572.html
When experts found isolation was a great thing – and that debate isn't settled

COVID has given us time to turn inwards and consider what it is about life that we truly consider important. It's not all bad.

27 May 14:00 Brisbane Times 2314609339151507084.html
When experts found isolation was a great thing – and that debate isn't settled

COVID has given us time to turn inwards and consider what it is about life that we truly consider important. It's not all bad.

27 May 14:00 WAtoday 6806590899597696652.html
France, Italy, Belgium act to stop use of hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 on safety fears

27 May 20:04 2 articles

EU governments ban malaria drug for COVID-19, trial paused as safety fears grow

PARIS/LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - European governments moved on Wednesday to halt the use of anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 patients, and a second global trial was suspended, further blows to hopes for a treatment promoted by U.S. President Donald Trump.

27 May 20:04 Reuters 8334514179826684468.html
France, Italy, Belgium act to stop use of hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 on safety fears

France, Italy and Belgium acted to halt the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat patients suffering from COVID-19, the illness caused by the new ...

27 May 18:00 CNA 5644198862396549226.html
We can't return to business as usual: Aboriginal voices critical to child protection

27 May 14:00 3 articles

We can't return to business as usual: Aboriginal voices critical to child protection

Exhaustive reviews stress the importance of self-determination, yet the NSW government has cut funding to a crucial voice for Indigenous families.

27 May 14:00 The Age 7967730561171610609.html
We can't return to business as usual: Aboriginal voices critical to child protection

Exhaustive reviews stress the importance of self-determination, yet the NSW government has cut funding to a crucial voice for Indigenous families.

27 May 14:00 Brisbane Times 2314609338190683121.html
We can't return to business as usual: Aboriginal voices critical to child protection

Exhaustive reviews stress the importance of self-determination, yet the NSW government has cut funding to a crucial voice for Indigenous families.

27 May 14:00 WAtoday 6806590898636872689.html
Cotton Association draws Agriculture Minister's attention to locust attack

27 May 07:10 3 articles

Cotton Association draws Agriculture Minister's attention to locust attack

"We request the Agriculture Minister to take appropriate steps at the earliest for controlling these locusts attacks and also to advise the concerned central and state government agencies to issue necessary guidelines to the farmers in order to protect their interest and jointly fight against this menace," said Atul S Ganatra, president, CAI.

27 May 07:10 The Economic Times 7653256036783252257.html
Cotton trade body writes to Centre seeking early measures to control locust menace

The locust attack in parts of India is feared to pose a threat on the kharif cotton crop in the key growing States. The Cotton Association of India (CAI) has appealed to the Centre for taking immediat

27 May 08:57 BusinessLine 5283600888598461.html
CAI urges Centre to take steps to control desert locust attack

In a representation to both the ministers, Atul Ganatra, president, CAI said that sowing of cotton in north India is complete to the extent of 80%.

27 May 22:24 The Financial Express 1288289581428407249.html
'Some things were out of bounds': Fire chiefs 'gagged' on climate change warnings to government, inquiry told

27 May 04:46 3 articles

'Some things were out of bounds': Fire chiefs 'gagged' on climate change warnings to government, inquiry told

Former fire chief Greg Mullins says climate change is causing "unprecedented" bushfires.

27 May 04:46 The Age 7967730562387020135.html
'Some things were out of bounds': Fire chiefs 'gagged' on climate change warnings to government, inquiry told

Former fire chief Greg Mullins says climate change is causing "unprecedented" bushfires.

27 May 04:46 Brisbane Times 2314609339406092647.html
'Some things were out of bounds': Fire chiefs 'gagged' on climate change warnings to government, inquiry told

Former fire chief Greg Mullins says climate change is causing "unprecedented" bushfires.

27 May 04:46 WAtoday 6806590899852282215.html
Bihar Board BSEB Class 10th result: Matric exam paper scrutiny, compartment exam – all you need to know

27 May 14:47 6 articles

Bihar Board BSEB Class 10th result: Matric exam paper scrutiny, compartment exam – all you need to know

The paper scrutiny for Class 12 intermediate exam is already underway, but dates for class 10 scrutiny are yet to be announced by the BSEB.

27 May 14:47 The Financial Express 1288289580842302222.html
Students can give board exams in states they are stuck amid lockdown: Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank'

Students appearing for the pending CBSE Class 10 & 12 examinations can do so from their current place of residence, instead of traveling back to their boarding schools several hundreds of kilometers

27 May 18:15 Deccan Herald 2027555796777715832.html
HRD to come up with announcement for students who are not in same district of board exam centre

Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal, Minister of Human Resource Development said on Wednesday that the ministry is going to announce major norms for the board examinations appearing students who are not staying in the same district of the exam centre.

27 May 12:39 Oneindia 2023829371724663499.html
Major relief for class 10 and 12 students, can appear for pending CBSE exams from home districts

Pokhriyal said that these students will not be required to travel back and the CBSE will announce the modalities of registrations for such requests.

27 May 16:41 The Statesman 1191309781508827697.html
India: CBSE students can give exams in home states

They will be permitted to write exams in the district where they currently are: Minister

27 May 18:20 Gulf News 2086521543722779509.html
Covid-19: CBSE students who moved amid lockdown can take Class 10, Class 12 exams from new location

HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal said the students should contact their schools to inform them about where they wish to take the exams.

27 May 13:58 Scroll.in 8669301693842533393.html
Housing estates and hospitals 'will be put under local lockdowns to contain flare-ups'

27 May 09:31 3 articles

Whole towns could be put in lockdown 'from tomorrow'

Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro

27 May 09:31 Metro 970161748802313331.html
Housing estates and hospitals 'will be put under local lockdowns to contain flare-ups'

Health Secretary Matt Hancock said that places where there is a spike in new infections could be made to go back into lockdown - meaning schools and businesses would have to close again

27 May 02:33 mirror 675785260988928838.html
Local lockdowns will be used to suppress infection, Hancock says

Regional flare-ups of coronavirus cases in England will result in a “local lockdown”, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said. Mr Hancock said the ability to tighten restrictions in individual regions will be part of the NHS test, track and trace system – which is set to expand on June 1. The system will be launched shortly to contain coronavirus outbreaks and stop the spread of the virus. Experts are meeting to explain how dedicated contact tracing staff, public health experts and digital technology will work to advise those at heightened risk of having been exposed to the virus on the steps they need to take. Mr Hancock told the daily press briefing: “We will have local lockdowns in future where there are flare-ups and we have a system we are putting in place with a combination of Public Health England and the new Joint Biosecurity Centre, along with the local directors of public health who play an absolutely crucial role in the decision-making in the system, to make sure if there is a local flare-up there is…

27 May 08:47 ITV News 2184971256431476996.html
Privacy fears as China expands use of monitoring tech beyond COVID-19

27 May 00:52 3 articles

Privacy fears as China expands use of monitoring tech beyond COVID-19

Authorities look to continue use personal QR codes that give individuals a green, yellow or red rating based on a number of criteria.

27 May 00:52 The Age 7967730562874638437.html
Privacy fears as China expands use of monitoring tech beyond COVID-19

Authorities look to continue use personal QR codes that give individuals a green, yellow or red rating based on a number of criteria.

27 May 00:52 Brisbane Times 2314609339893710949.html
As Chinese authorities expand use of health tracking apps, privacy concerns grow

QR codes set to play broader role in daily life as local authorities dream up new uses .

27 May 14:12 iTnews 4425008559809055123.html
Amid COVID-19, Researchers Develop Tool to Detect Antivirus Antibody in Just 20 Minutes

27 May 12:32 2 articles

New portable technology can detect anti-virus antibody in 20 minutes, researchers say

New technology can detect an anti-virus antibody in just 20 minutes, according to researchers in Japan. If a suitable reagent is developed, they say that the tech could be used to detect antibodies against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

27 May 12:32 Fox News 7362823820067891704.html
Amid COVID-19, Researchers Develop Tool to Detect Antivirus Antibody in Just 20 Minutes

Researchers hopeful of detecting coronavirus antibodies in just 20 minutes after THIS tool conducts rapid on-site bio tests

27 May 09:07 India News, Breaking News, Entertainment News | India.com 7150386083584099733.html
EU proposes huge aid plan as COVID-19 hammers Latin America

27 May 19:59 1 article

EU proposes huge aid plan as COVID-19 hammers Latin America

The EU unveiled a proposed 750-billion-euro recovery plan Wednesday to get the continent back on its feet after the devastation wreaked by the ...

27 May 19:59 CNA 5644198863914788311.html
Nearly half of New Yorkers critical of Cuomo’s handling of nursing home crisis: poll

27 May 13:42 3 articles

Nearly half of New Yorkers critical of Cuomo’s handling of nursing home crisis: poll

A new survey indicates that a slight plurality of New Yorkers give Gov. Andrew Cuomo a thumbs down on how he’s been dealing with elder care facilities in his state amid the coronavirus pandemic.

27 May 13:42 Fox News 7362823819878574574.html
Nolte: Report Shows 43% of Coronavirus Deaths Are in Nursing Homes

An incredible 43 percent of coronavirus deaths occurred in nursing homes and assisted-living facilities (ALF), reports Forbes.

27 May 21:16 Breitbart 3148363492348480196.html
Watch live: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo holds a press conference on the coronavirus outbreak

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is holding his daily press conference on the Covid-19 outbreak, which has infected more than 363,800 people across the state as of Wednesday.

27 May 16:53 CNBC 7787100274958033303.html
China reports one new mainland COVID-19 cases vs seven a day earlier

27 May 00:46 3 articles

China reports one new mainland COVID-19 cases vs seven a day earlier

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China reported 1 new confirmed coronavirus case in the mainland as of end-May 26, up from 7 a day earlier, the National Health Commission reported.

27 May 00:46 Reuters 8334514180926179055.html
China reports one new mainland COVID-19 case vs seven a day earlier

China reported 1 new confirmed coronavirus case in the mainland as of end-May 26, up from 7 a day earlier, the National Health Commission reported.

27 May 09:12 CNA 5644198863232954057.html
China reports 1 new mainland COVID-19 cases vs 7 a day earlier

SHANGHAI — China reported 1 new confirmed coronavirus case in the mainland as of end-May 26, up from 7 a day earlier, the National Health Commission reported.

27 May 00:43 National Post 4816958592169320996.html
New Zealand discharges last coronavirus patient from hospital

27 May 18:19 3 articles

New Zealand discharges last coronavirus patient from hospital

New Zealand no longer has any coronavirus patients being treated in hospitals, the latest positive milestone in its battle against the infectious disease.

27 May 18:19 Fox News 7362823819748067239.html
New Zealand discharges its last coronavirus patient from the hospital

New Zealand has discharged the last case of coronavirus in the country and recorded no new cases of COVID-19 for five days consecutively, ministry of health officials announced on Wednesday. The last coronavirus (COVID-19) patient to

27 May 16:23 LailasNews.com 2090029849167413219.html
New Zealand discharges last COVID-19 patient, records no new case in 5 days

Amid the global fight against the novel coronavirus, New Zealand has reached a milestone after the last COVID-19 patient was discharged from the Middlemore

27 May 20:26 TheCable 7513571674492392399.html
Antibody drug tech firm AbCellera raises $105 million as it works on COVID-19

27 May 13:58 1 article

Antibody drug tech firm AbCellera raises $105 million as it works on COVID-19

(Reuters) - Canadian drug discovery technology company AbCellera, which analyzes and identifies antibodies for pharmaceutical companies working on a coronavirus treatment and other medicines, said on Wednesday it had raised $105 million in funds.

27 May 13:58 Reuters 8334514181399463279.html
New understanding of RNA movements can be used to treat cancer

27 May 04:00 2 articles

New understanding of RNA movements can be used to treat cancer

Research from Karolinska Institutet published today in Nature shows that an RNA molecule involved in preventing tumour formation can change its structure and thereby control protein production in the cell. The finding can have important clinical implications as it opens for new strategies to treat different types of cancer.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468807062363.html
New understanding of RNA movements can be used to treat cancer

New research shows that an RNA molecule involved in preventing tumor formation can change its structure and thereby control protein production in the cell. The finding can have important clinical implications as it opens for new strategies to treat different types of cancer.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754803022477879.html
Mouse model mimics SARS-CoV-2 infection in humans

27 May 04:00 3 articles

Mouse model mimics SARS-CoV-2 infection in humans

A mouse model of infection with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) reproduces features observed in human patients, researchers report May 26 in the journal Cell Host & Microbe. Using CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing technology, the researchers generated mice that produce human angiotensin-converting enzyme II (hACE2)--the receptor that SARS-CoV-2 binds to and uses to enter human cells.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468243662632.html
Mouse model mimics SARS-CoV-2 infection in humans

A mouse model of infection with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) reproduces features observed in human patients, researchers report.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802506023005.html
Mouse model mimics clinical course and pathology observed in COVID-19 patients

A mouse model of infection with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) reproduces features observed in human patients, researchers report May 26 in the journal Cell Host & Microbe.

27 May 18:48 News-Medical.net 4522523031250910776.html
Ozone layer collapse preceded mass extinction 360 million years ago

27 May 20:48 7 articles

Ozone layer collapse preceded mass extinction 360 million years ago

May 27 (UPI) -- Until now, scientists weren't sure caused the Late Devonian extinction, one of five major extinction events in Earth's history.

27 May 20:48 UPI 8257973864384303024.html
Erosion of ozone layer responsible for mass extinction event

Researchers have shown that an extinction event 360 million years ago, that killed much of the Earth's plant and freshwater aquatic life, was caused by a brief breakdown of the ozone layer that shields the Earth from damaging ultraviolet (UV) radiation. This is a newly discovered extinction mechanism with profound implications for our warming world today.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802013279058.html
Ozone layer breakdown ’caused extinction event 360 million years ago’

Scientists have warned the Earth’s temperature is predicted to rise to similar levels.

27 May 18:02 Express & Star 7324224460846469848.html
Ozone layer breakdown ’caused extinction event 360 million years ago’

Scientists have warned the Earth’s temperature is predicted to rise to similar levels.

27 May 18:02 Express & Star 7324224460836605874.html
Ozone layer breakdown ’caused extinction event 360 million years ago’

Scientists have warned the Earth’s temperature is predicted to rise to similar levels.

27 May 18:02 Shropshire Star 3480199993290428338.html
Ozone layer breakdown ’caused extinction event 360 million years ago’

Scientists have warned the Earth’s temperature is predicted to rise to similar levels.

27 May 18:04 Jersey Evening Post 6141642775372009394.html
Study shows erosion of ozone layer responsible for mass extinction event

Researchers at the University of Southampton have shown that an extinction event 360 million years ago, that killed much of the Earth's plant and freshwater aquatic life, was caused by a brief breakdown ...

27 May 18:00 phys.org 3476726123316051141.html
WADA looks to artificial intelligence to catch dopers

27 May 05:25 2 articles

WADA looks to artificial intelligence to catch dopers

More sports News: With sports around the world shut down by the coronavirus pandemic, the World Anti-Doping Agency is looking to artificial intelligence as a new way to

27 May 05:25 The Times of India 6060938662967193131.html
WADA looks to artificial intelligence to catch dopers

With sports around the world shut down by the coronavirus pandemic, the World Anti-Doping Agency is looking to artificial intelligence as a new way to dete

27 May 03:54 The Japan Times 6673764367521320926.html
Coronavirus pandemic | COVID-19 death toll in Delhi mounts to 303; highest spike of 792 cases

27 May 14:56 3 articles

Delhi: In last 24 hrs, 792 Covid-19 cases reported; total tally rises to 15,257

The recovery rate of the city is 47.67 per cent, higher than the national average of around 42 per cent.

27 May 14:56 The Indian Express 2885715105593747665.html
City sees record 792 new COVID-19 cases

Delhi govt. reports 15 more deaths, taking the total to 303

27 May 18:01 The Hindu 6679535025654467241.html
Coronavirus pandemic | COVID-19 death toll in Delhi mounts to 303; highest spike of 792 cases

This is the first time in Delhi that over 700 COVID-19 cases have been reported in a day.

27 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024963481298967.html
Safe Sex: New Rules Poised to Help End the Swiss Brothels' Covid-19 Lockdown

27 May 15:23 1 article

Safe Sex: New Rules Poised to Help End the Swiss Brothels' Covid-19 Lockdown

Along with suggesting sex positions which allow for a maximum distance between faces during intercourse, the new rules also include a 15-minute time limit on a client's...

27 May 15:23 Sputniknews 967333867884805566.html
A's to place scouts on furlough, end minor league pay

27 May 08:58 3 articles

A's to place scouts on furlough, end minor league pay

The Oakland Athletics are placing their scouts and a significant number of other front office employees on furlough, suspending pay for minor leaguers and cutting the salaries of other executives as part of a cost-cutting move in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

27 May 08:58 Fox News 7362823819816918621.html
A’s suspend minor leaguers pay, place employees on furlough

The Oakland Athletics are placing their scouts and a significant number of other front office employees on furlough, suspending pay for minor leaguers and cutting the salaries of other executives as

27 May 06:04 New York Post 7654946768467596324.html
A's, Dodgers cut employees' salaries amid pandemic

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Oakland A’s announced cost-cutting moves Tuesday in response to baseball’s ongoing shutdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.

27 May 05:30 National Post 4816958591414443220.html
'The most heart-wrenching report I have ever read': Nurses neglected soiled residents and reused IV equipment in Canadian nursing homes, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

27 May 20:12 2 articles

'The most heart-wrenching report I have ever read': Nurses neglected soiled residents and reused IV equipment in Canadian nursing homes

A delay in changing soiled residents led to a "skin breakdown," and others were found not to have been bathed for several weeks.

27 May 20:12 Business Insider 6060062401314844085.html
'The most heart-wrenching report I have ever read': Nurses neglected soiled residents and reused IV equipment in Canadian nursing homes, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - A delay in changing soiled residents led to a "skin breakdown," and others were found not to have been bathed for several weeks.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 20:12 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408757546085813.html
COVID-19: Travellers take note! Most viruses, other germs do not spread easily on flights, says CDC

27 May 11:08 1 article

COVID-19: Travellers take note! Most viruses, other germs do not spread easily on flights, says CDC

The CDC guidelines do not recommend following social distancing inside a plane between two passengers or keeping the middle seat unoccupied.

27 May 11:08 The Financial Express 1288289579764395111.html
Working mothers interrupted more often than fathers in lockdown - study

27 May 11:18 3 articles

Working mothers interrupted more often than fathers in lockdown - study

Mothers are more likely to have lost jobs and are doing more childcare and housework

27 May 11:18 the Guardian 1491978794601526381.html
Locked down working mothers do bulk of childcare and housework

Researchers warned that "there is a risk of reversing some of the progress made in narrowing the gender wage gap over recent decades" because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

27 May 12:32 euronews 7318238120741324179.html
Mums are 'taking on more housework than dads' during lockdown

Mums are also more likely to have quit or lost their job, or to have been furloughed, since the start of the lockdown, it is suggested

27 May 11:45 Wales Online 7686550517386710784.html
Private Labs, Take Note! ICMR Says Price Cap of Rs 4,500 For COVID-19 Test Not Applicable, States/UTs Advised to Negotiate

27 May 12:47 7 articles

ICMR asks states to revise cost of Covid-19 test; material cost may reduce

India has reported a total number of 1,51,767 cases of coronavirus, of which 64,425 have been cured/discharged while 4,337 have lost their lives

27 May 12:47 Business-Standard 1502508924609909134.html
Centre asks states, UTs to negotiate with private labs, bring down test price

Incidentally, 182 private labs in the country make up 29 per cent of the total testing infrastructure. There are 428 government laboratories where Covid testing is currently taking place.

27 May 02:38 The Indian Express 2885715105085858727.html
Private Labs, Take Note! ICMR Says Price Cap of Rs 4,500 For COVID-19 Test Not Applicable, States/UTs Advised to Negotiate

The ICMR has also asked states and Union Territories (UTs) to negotiate with private labs to fix "mutually agreeable" rates for the test.

27 May 02:26 India News, Breaking News, Entertainment News | India.com 7150386084014929924.html
Coronavirus tests: ICMR removes price cap of ₹4,500

There are 428 government and 182 private labs for COVID-19 testing across all states and UTs in the country.The earlier upper ceiling of ₹4500 is not applicable now

27 May 06:05 Livemint 6614605819005015067.html
ICMR removes Rs 4,500 price cap for COVID-19 tests, asks states to negotiate with private labs

The ICMR has said, since the production of indigenous test kits like ELISA which was developed by National Institute of Virology, India is no more solely dependent on imported testing kits.

27 May 05:37 The Statesman 1191309781690150813.html
Covid-19: ICMR removes Rs 4,500 price cap for tests, states free to fix cost now

The decision was taken due to availability of indigenous testing kits and other supplies in India now.

27 May 05:43 Scroll.in 8669301692921134729.html
Coronavirus outbreak: ICMR removes price cap of Rs 4,500 for COVID-19 tests

The Indian Council of Medical Research has removed the price cap of Rs 4,500 for the real-time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test used to detect COVID-19, asking states and the Union Territories to negotiate with private labs to fix 'mutually agreeable' rates for the test.

27 May 03:39 Oneindia 2023829372645784412.html
NHS Providers warns ‘key bits still to be built’ as test and trace begins

27 May 18:50 4 articles

Health Secretary says it is our 'civic duty' to take part in test and trace

Matt Hancock said everyone must isolate for 14 days if they are told to by NHS contact tracers.

27 May 18:50 Metro 970161749120709431.html
Coronavirus outbreak: UK unrolls test and trace system in next stage of COVID-19 fight

The aim of the system is to move from lockdown for all towards more targeted measures with trained NHS contact tracers track each infected person going forward.

27 May 23:31 The Financial Express 1288289580974465101.html
NHS Providers warns ‘key bits still to be built’ as test and trace begins

Health Secretary Matt Hancock says it is the public’s civic duty to make mass contact tracing work, Hancock says

27 May 23:26 Express & Star 7324224460818501365.html
NHS Providers warns ‘key bits still to be built’ as test and trace begins

Health Secretary Matt Hancock says it is the public’s civic duty to make mass contact tracing work, Hancock says

27 May 23:26 Shropshire Star 3480199993316232735.html
Yale finds a (much) earlier birth date for tectonic plates

27 May 04:00 3 articles

Yale finds a (much) earlier birth date for tectonic plates

Yale geophysicists reported that Earth's ever-shifting, underground network of tectonic plates was firmly in place more than 4 billion years ago -- at least a billion years earlier than scientists generally thought.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467990580848.html
Study finds a (much) earlier birth date for tectonic plates

Geophysicists reported that Earth's ever-shifting, underground network of tectonic plates was firmly in place more than 4 billion years ago -- at least a billion years earlier than scientists generally thought.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754803060510884.html
A (much) earlier birth date for tectonic plates

Yale geophysicists reported that Earth's ever-shifting, underground network of tectonic plates was firmly in place more than 4 billion years ago—at least a billion years earlier than scientists generally ...

27 May 16:29 phys.org 3476726123246444167.html
Under pressure, black holes feast

27 May 04:00 3 articles

Under pressure, black holes feast

A new, Yale-led study shows that some supermassive black holes actually thrive under pressure. It has been known for some time that when distant galaxies -- and the supermassive black holes within their cores -- aggregate into clusters, these clusters create a volatile, highly pressurized environment. Individual galaxies falling into clusters are often deformed during the process and begin to resemble cosmic jellyfish.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469643637725.html
Under pressure, black holes feast

A new study shows that some supermassive black holes actually thrive under pressure. It has been known for some time that when distant galaxies -- and the supermassive black holes within their cores -- aggregate into clusters, these clusters create a volatile, highly pressurized environment. Individual galaxies falling into clusters are often deformed during the process and begin to resemble cosmic jellyfish.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802289028356.html
Under pressure, black holes feast

A new, Yale-led study shows that some supermassive black holes actually thrive under pressure.

27 May 16:28 phys.org 3476726123137502676.html
France Bans Use of Hydroxychloroquine as Treatment for COVID-19 Patients - Reports

27 May 09:41 2 articles

France Bans Use of Hydroxychloroquine as Treatment for COVID-19 Patients - Reports

On Tuesday, the French High Council for Public Health (HCSP) and the Agency for the Safety of Health Products (ANSM) had suspended the use of hydroxychloroquine as a...

27 May 09:41 Sputniknews 967333869376204987.html
France bans use of hydroxychloroquine to cure coronavirus

The country’s public health agency advised against use outside of clinical trials.

27 May 09:38 POLITICO 2584151346951671270.html
Mamata Banerjee seeks PM Modi’s intervention in railways sending Shramik Special trains to West Bengal

27 May 12:24 3 articles

Mamata petitions PM against 'whimsical' scheduling of Shramik trains

India News: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee sought PM Modi's intervention on Wednesday in the alleged "whimsical" functioning of the railways in sending Shramik Sp

27 May 12:24 The Times of India 6060938663633817807.html
Mamata Banerjee seeks PM Modi’s intervention in railways sending Shramik Special trains to West Bengal

The state's infrastructure is "stretched to its limit" following the devastation caused by Cyclone Amphan, she said, adding that West Bengal can receive very few trains carrying migrant workers on a daily basis as of now.

27 May 18:53 The Financial Express 1288289580479292972.html
Mamata Banerjee seeks PM's intervention in railways sending Shramik Special trains to WB

The state's infrastructure is 'stretched to its limit' following the devastation caused by Cyclone Amphan, she said, adding that West Bengal can receive very few trains carrying migrant workers on a daily basis as of now. The state considers the ferrying of a large number of migrant workers by the railways as a big pr

27 May 12:25 Oneindia 2023829370716530559.html
More than 500 scientists to map Covid-19 effects and treatments in blood

27 May 22:32 4 articles

More than 500 scientists to map Covid-19 effects and treatments in blood

Mass spectrometry will be used with the aim of refining testing approaches, looking at treatment options, and determining isolation requirements.

27 May 22:32 Express & Star 7324224460686960812.html
More than 500 scientists to map Covid-19 effects and treatments in blood

Mass spectrometry will be used with the aim of refining testing approaches, looking at treatment options, and determining isolation requirements.

27 May 22:32 Shropshire Star 3480199992483730517.html
More than 500 scientists to map Covid-19 effects and treatments in blood

Mass spectrometry will be used with the aim of refining testing approaches, looking at treatment options, and determining isolation requirements.

27 May 22:32 Shropshire Star 3480199993140783276.html
More than 500 scientists to map Covid-19 effects and treatments in blood

Mass spectrometry will be used with the aim of refining testing approaches, looking at treatment options, and determining isolation requirements.

27 May 22:34 Jersey Evening Post 6141642774565311573.html
Footballers join calls against domestic violence amid lockdowns

27 May 11:52 2 articles

Footballers join calls against domestic violence amid lockdowns

Football players have added their voice to growing calls against the increase in domestic violence towards women and children that came in the wake of lockdown measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

27 May 11:52 Aljazeera 6642629762765898615.html
FIFA, WHO, European Union launch campaign against domestic violence

Three international agencies have jointly launched the #SafeHome campaign to support women and children at risk of domestic violence.

27 May 18:52 Premium Times Nigeria 5456729300958306452.html
The 1918 Spanish flu: How lessons learned apply to today's COVID-19 pandemic

27 May 05:31 3 articles

Reading the Blueprints for Our Future After the Virus

From the Bible to ‘Epidemics and Society’ to ‘The Age of Surveillance Capitalism,’ these works map out our post-pandemic future

27 May 05:31 Medium 2880022180412714633.html
Can a Deadly 'flu Have a Silver Lining?

Can a lethal 'flu have a silver lining? Covid-19 warns us of grave social changes, and reminds us that we're animals too

27 May 00:00 Psychology Today 5895805838321906151.html
The 1918 Spanish flu: How lessons learned apply to today's COVID-19 pandemic

The 1918 H1N1 influenza pandemic, also known as the Spanish flu, was the most severe pandemic in modern history. About 675,000 deaths were reported in the United States.

27 May 01:50 ABC7 Los Angeles 8300010440828214216.html
Delhi High Court asks Centre, Delhi govt to file status report on arrangements and helplines to deal with COVID-19 patients

27 May 07:49 4 articles

Video clip claims no arrangements on ground for coronavirus patients: HC seeks Centre, Delhi govt stand

The man — Dharmendra Bhardwaj — has alleged in the video that “tall claims” of both the governments regarding arrangements for coronavirus patients “are far from true on the ground”

27 May 07:49 The Hindu 6679535024714774175.html
Video claims no arrangement for Covid patients: Delhi HC seeks govts' stand

HC directed the two governments to place before it the status of functional and responsive helpline numbers being operated by them

27 May 09:39 Business-Standard 1502508926184551941.html
Delhi High Court asks Centre, Delhi govt to file status report on arrangements and helplines to deal with COVID-19 patients

High Court has also asked the two governments to assess the adequacy of the helpline capacity and state whether the same is sufficient to deal with the present call traffic.

27 May 10:11 newsx.com 5974563061505355936.html
Delhi High Court directs Centre, AAP to present steps taken to tackle COVID-19 cases

The bench observed that a person, whose family or friend is found COVID-19 positive, they should be able to call the helplines to not only report such occurrence, but to also seek medical guidance and assistance, if hospitalisation is necessary keeping in view of the condition of the patient.

27 May 10:44 The Statesman 1191309781823196040.html
How Wuhan tested 6.5 million for coronavirus in days

27 May 12:03 2 articles

How Wuhan tested 6.5 million for coronavirus in days

While other governments have struggled to provide testing for their populations on a broad scale, China has embarked on a citywide campaign to prevent a resurgence of infections at all costs. It has succeeded, according to residents and Chinese news reports, by mobilizing thousands of medical and other workers and spending hundreds of millions of dollars.

27 May 12:03 The Economic Times 7653256037285130796.html
How Wuhan tested 6.5 million for coronavirus in days

China News: In Wuhan, medical workers armed with coronavirus test swabs scoured construction sites and markets to look for itinerant workers while others made hou

27 May 07:51 The Times of India 6060938663361576308.html
5 Common COVID-19 Mistakes People Make Unknowingly

27 May 00:00 2 articles

5 Common COVID-19 Mistakes People Make Unknowingly

We all think we are doing a great job protecting ourselves, yet, here are 5 common mistakes many of us make.

27 May 00:00 Psychology Today 5895805837637980880.html
Toronto officials to paint physical distancing circles in Trinity Bellwoods on Thursday; Ontario to take over management at five long-term care homes

Follow the latest Toronto news on coronavirus

27 May 08:47 NOW 7434691887271303771.html
Contributions to PM CARES Fund will be considered as CSR: Centre

27 May 06:29 2 articles

Contributions to PM CARES Fund will be considered as CSR: Centre

The Centre has notified that contributions to the PM CARES Fund will be considered as part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of companies. “In Schedule VII, item (viii), after the words ‘Prime

27 May 06:29 BusinessLine 5283600924145907.html
Companies Act amended, contributions to PM CARES Fund to be considered as CSR | Economy News

New Delhi: The Ministry of Corporate Affairs has issued a notification that contributions to the PM CARES Fund will be … Companies Act amended, contributions to PM CARES Fund to be considered as CSR | Economy News Read More »

27 May 09:08 ISSCNC 6824315491912616575.html
G20 finance projects give $77b a year to fossil fuels: Watchdog

27 May 02:42 3 articles

Group of 20 finance projects give $77 billion a year to fossil fuels

The analysis showed that China, Japan, Canada and South Korea were the worst offenders.

27 May 02:42 The Japan Times 6673764366632615062.html
G20 finance projects give $77b a year to fossil fuels: Watchdog

The analysis showed that China, Japan, Canada and South Korea were the worst offenders.

27 May 09:52 The Jakarta Post 7678601103479400235.html
G20 finance projects give $77 bn a year to fossil fuels: watchdog

Rich nations have used banks and development programmes to funnel at least $77 billion in each of the last three years to oil and gas projects .

27 May 00:00 Telangana Today 8182025566600578670.html
A potential explanation for urban smog: Aerosol particle growth higher in cold climates

27 May 04:00 3 articles

A potential explanation for urban smog

The effect of nitric acid on aerosol particles in the atmosphere may offer an explanation for the smog seen engulfing cities on frosty days.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468487582663.html
A potential explanation for urban smog

The effect of nitric acid on aerosol particles in the atmosphere may offer an explanation for the smog seen engulfing cities on frosty days.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802372088457.html
A potential explanation for urban smog: Aerosol particle growth higher in cold climates

The effect of nitric acid on aerosol particles in the atmosphere may offer an explanation for the smog seen engulfing cities on frosty days. Under laboratory conditions, researchers at CERN in Switzerland ...

27 May 18:00 phys.org 3476726123557491157.html
COVID-19: Nigeria considers morning, afternoon classes for schools resumption

27 May 17:16 3 articles

COVID-19: Nigeria considers morning, afternoon classes for schools resumption

The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 has said it will soon release guidelines for the reopening of schools across the country.

27 May 17:16 Premium Times Nigeria 5456729300323663683.html
Fg unveils measures for reopening of schools

The Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 (PTF) has assured Nigerian children that all hands are on deck to reopen the schools at a safe time and urged States, local governments, proprietors and other stakeholders to begin to take steps that will facilitate an early and safe reopening.

27 May 17:25 The Guardian 7580308504556265937.html
COVID-19: FG considers dividing schools into morning, afternoon classes

The federal government says it is considering the reopening of schools across the country.

27 May 20:15 TheCable 7513571675123743904.html
Artificial intelligence reveals mechanism for kin selection in a wild primate

27 May 04:00 3 articles

Same father, same face

Artificial intelligence reveals mechanism for kin selection in a wild primate.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468863734628.html
AI reveals mechanism for kin selection in a wild primate

More like mom or dad? Human babies always get this curious look in their faces combined with the question of whom the child resembles most. The answers vary depending on the degree of kinship, gender and the time of assessment. Mandrills, monkeys living in Equatorial Africa, may recognize facial features coding relatedness better than humans. Scientists showed by using up-to-date artificial intelligence (AI) that half-sisters, who have the same father look more alike than half-sisters who share the same mother. The paternal half-sisters also have closer social relationships with each other than unrelated mandrills. This result provided the first evidence suggesting that interindividual resemblance has been selected to signal paternal kinship.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802487717965.html
Artificial intelligence reveals mechanism for kin selection in a wild primate

More like mom or dad? Human babies always get this curious look on their face combined with the question whom the child resembles most. The answers vary depending on the degree of kinship, gender and ...

27 May 18:00 phys.org 3476726124095232467.html
India backs hydroxychloroquine for virus prevention

27 May 12:45 3 articles

India backs hydroxychloroquine for virus prevention

India's top biomedical research body on Tuesday backed the use of the anti-malarial hydroxychloroquine as a preventive against coronavirus, after the WHO suspended clinical trials of the drug over safety concerns.

27 May 12:45 The Jakarta Post 7678601103019353720.html
India backs hydroxychloroquine for coronavirus prevention

NEW DELHI: India's top biomedical research body on Tuesday (May 26) backed the use of the anti-malarial hydroxychloroquine as a preventive against ...

27 May 02:52 CNA 5644198863578865981.html
India has lowest fatality rate, claims health ministry

NEW DELHI, May 26: The Health Ministry on Tuesday reeled out statistics to claim India is among the countries having the lowest COVID-19 fatality rate but ruled out complete end of the lockdowns since the battle against the dreaded virus has to go on as India won't be immune from it in the near future.Its joint secretary Lav Srivastava told a Press conference here that India's fatality rate has come down from 3% to 2.87% compared to the world's rate of 4%. The average fatality rate per lakh the world over is 4.5 per lakh population while it is 0.3 deaths per lakh in India. At the same time, he said the recovery rate is also improving to 41.61.He factored this success to an early lockdown, social distancing and increase of the health infrastructure. As ICMR director general Balram Bhargav pointed out India had just one lab in Pune for testing but the ramp up resulted in 612 labs testing in more than one shift, 480 of which are the government labs and remaining private.In reply to a question, Dr Bhargav remained…

27 May 01:07 Kashmirtimes 7096555857782149268.html
Germany extends social distancing rules until June 29

27 May 07:36 2 articles

Germany extends COVID-19 distancing rules to end of June

Germany has extended social distancing rules aimed at containing the spread of the coronavirus epidemic to June 29, Chancellor Angela Merkel's ...

27 May 07:36 CNA 5644198863569751568.html
Germany extends social distancing rules until June 29

Germany's government and its state premiers have agreed to extend social distancing rules until June 29 to contain the coronavirus pandemic, a government spokesman said.

27 May 09:15 The Jakarta Post 7678601102520799020.html
Research finds concerning drop in U.S. colorectal cancer screenings and surgeries

27 May 04:03 3 articles

Research finds concerning drop in U.S. colorectal cancer screenings and surgeries

New diagnoses of one of the deadliest cancers fell by one-third in March and April as U.S. physicians and patients halted appointments and screenings during the COVID-19 outbreak.

27 May 04:03 Financial Post 2379081492171911309.html
Exclusive: Research finds concerning drop in U.S. colorectal cancer screenings and surgeries

Exclusive: Research finds concerning drop in U.S. colorectal cancer screenings and surgeries

27 May 00:00 Investing.com 5710361974668536190.html
Research finds concerning drop in US colorectal cancer screenings and surgeries

SAN FRANCISCO: New diagnoses of one of the deadliest cancers fell by one-third in March and April as US physicians and patients halted ...

27 May 12:44 CNA 5644198863937508990.html
The 2-metre rule is to stay in place, Holohan says

27 May 20:21 2 articles

The 2-metre rule is to stay in place, Holohan says

Taoiseach suggests the Covid-19 committee could examine the 2-metre issue

27 May 20:21 The Irish Times 8204772968844830751.html
Chief Medical Officer tells ministers he does not intend to recommend the reduction of the 2m rule

There have been calls to halve the guideline from 2m to 1m.

27 May 08:36 TheJournal.ie 6446904418506103948.html
62,000 healthcare workers in the US have tested positive for the coronavirus, the CDC says. The number is likely far higher., Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

27 May 09:40 3 articles

62,000 healthcare workers in the US have tested positive for the coronavirus, the CDC says. The number is likely far higher.

It is the first CDC update in six weeks, in which time the number of US healthcare workers infected with COVID-19 has increased sevenfold.

27 May 09:40 Business Insider 6060062400659503723.html
62,000 healthcare workers in the US have tested positive for the coronavirus, the CDC says. The number is likely far higher.

It is the first CDC update in six weeks, in which time the number of US healthcare workers infected with COVID-19 has increased sevenfold.

27 May 09:40 Business Insider 6060062400357573508.html
62,000 healthcare workers in the US have tested positive for the coronavirus, the CDC says. The number is likely far higher., Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - It is the first CDC update in six weeks, in which time the number of US healthcare workers infected with COVID-19 has increased sevenfold.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 09:40 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408756890745451.html
Activists raise alarms over coronavirus litter along French coast

27 May 14:56 2 articles

Activists raise alarms over coronavirus litter along French coast

PARIS — Soggy, algae-caked surgical masks resting on the seabed. Soiled, waterlogged rubber gloves, waving eerily beneath the Mediterranean waves. A French environmental group is finding this

27 May 14:56 New York Post 7654946768182764836.html
Activists raise alarms over virus litter along French coast

A French environmental group is finding this virus-era detritus littering the Mediterranean floor near the French Riviera resort of Antibes and is trying to raise awareness and clean it up.

27 May 14:11 The Indian Express 2885715105855360631.html
AstraZeneca tests diabetes drug for COVID-19 despite risk seen by doctors

27 May 18:48 2 articles

AstraZeneca tests diabetes drug for COVID-19 despite risk seen by doctors

(Reuters - AstraZeneca Plc is testing one of its diabetes drugs as a treatment for COVID-19, even as doctors are advising diabetes patients infected by the coronavirus to stop taking the medicine and others like it because of a potentially dangerous side effect.

27 May 18:48 Reuters 8334514180705428841.html
AstraZeneca tests diabetes drug for COVID-19 despite risk seen by doctors

May 27 (Reuters – AstraZeneca Plc is testing one of its diabetes drugs as a treatment for COVID-19, even as doctors are advising diabetes patients infected by the coronavirus to stop taking the medicine and others like it because of a potentially dangerous side effect.

27 May 18:48 Financial Post 2379081493553498351.html
Fauci: Data is "Really Quite Evident" Against Hydroxychloroquine For Coronavirus

27 May 18:20 2 articles

Dr. Anthony Fauci Says That Hydroxychloroquine Is ‘Ineffective’ Against The Coronavirus

‘The scientific data is really quite evident now about the lack of efficacy, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Wednesday that the verdict is in on hydroxychloroquine, and that it’s ...

27 May 18:20 The Inquisitr 1745625232049280144.html
Fauci: Data is "Really Quite Evident" Against Hydroxychloroquine For Coronavirus

Anthony Fauci told CNN Wednesday that the scientific data "is really quite evident now about the lack of efficacy" of hydroxychloroquine as a coronavirus treatment. From a report: The comments came in response to news that France on Wednesday banned the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat the virus, ...

27 May 12:49 science.slashdot.org 3975130315691143810.html
Alberta’s Jason Kenney says targeted approach needed to prevent COVID-19 resurgence

27 May 20:23 2 articles

Alberta’s Jason Kenney says targeted approach needed to prevent COVID-19 resurgence

Kenney says the key to prevention will be ramped up testing, border screening and a focus on the protecting the highest risk group – seniors and those with underlying conditions

27 May 20:23 The Globe and Mail 68426411224816036.html
Kenney says targeted approach needed to prevent COVID-19 resurgence

Premier Jason Kenney says Alberta has been among the world leaders in staunching the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, but at a staggering financial cost the province cannot afford to repeat should there be a second wave.

27 May 20:40 BNN 3833521689280142606.html
Family violence hubs rushed, poorly implemented: auditor

27 May 10:43 2 articles

Family violence hubs rushed, poorly implemented: auditor

The state's auditor has slammed the roll-out of a key Andrews government reform in response to the 2016 royal commission into family violence.

27 May 10:43 The Age 7967730561804967339.html
Family violence hubs rushed, poorly implemented: auditor

The state's auditor has slammed the roll-out of a key Andrews government reform in response to the 2016 royal commission into family violence.

27 May 10:43 Brisbane Times 2314609338824039851.html
Cancer Council throws shade at North Sydney's $58 million pool revamp

27 May 08:00 2 articles

Cancer Council throws shade at North Sydney's $58 million pool revamp

North Sydney Council scrapped plans for a sun-shade over the new children's pool at its famous swimming complex. The Cancer Council says it should be put back.

27 May 08:00 The Age 7967730562408173410.html
Cancer Council throws shade at North Sydney's $58 million pool revamp

North Sydney Council scrapped plans for a sun-shade over the new children's pool at its famous swimming complex. The Cancer Council says it should be put back.

27 May 08:00 Brisbane Times 2314609339427245922.html
Physicists measure a short-lived radioactive molecule for first time

27 May 04:00 2 articles

Physicists measure a short-lived radioactive molecule for first time

Researchers at MIT and elsewhere have combined the power of a super collider with techniques of laser spectroscopy to precisely measure a short-lived radioactive molecule, radium monofluoride, for the first time.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468785948340.html
Physicists measure a short-lived radioactive molecule for first time

Researchers have combined the power of a super collider with techniques of laser spectroscopy to precisely measure a short-lived radioactive molecule, radium monofluoride, for the first time.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802381330932.html
Winds spread PFAS pollution far from a manufacturing facility

27 May 04:00 3 articles

Winds spread PFAS pollution far from a manufacturing facility

Concerns about environmental and health risks of some fluorinated carbon compounds used to make non-stick coatings and fire-fighting foams have prompted manufacturers to develop substitutes, but these replacements are increasingly coming under fire themselves. To get a handle on the scope of the problem, scientists have been studying how widely these chemicals have contaminated the environment. Now, researchers report in ACS' Environmental Science & Technology that, in one case, they have dispersed more broadly than previously realized.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467900728506.html
Winds spread PFAS pollution far from a manufacturing facility

Concerns about environmental and health risks of some fluorinated carbon compounds used to make non-stick coatings and fire-fighting foams have prompted manufacturers to develop substitutes, but these replacements are increasingly coming under fire themselves. To get a handle on the scope of the problem, scientists have been studying how widely these chemicals have contaminated the environment. Now, researchers report that, in one case, they have dispersed more broadly than previously realized.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802494347296.html
Winds spread PFAS pollution far from a manufacturing facility

Concerns about environmental and health risks of some fluorinated carbon compounds used to make non-stick coatings and fire-fighting foams have prompted manufacturers to develop substitutes, but these ...

27 May 12:00 phys.org 3476726123377751561.html
Which Drugs Are Being Used To Treat COVID-19?

27 May 00:00 4 articles

Taking inventory of which drugs the world is using to treat COVID-19

New research catalogued every COVID treatment documented in medical literature so far and found physicians have reported on the use of more than 100 different off-label and experimental treatments.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754801883861392.html
Taking inventory of which drugs the world is using to treat COVID-19

New research catalogued every COVID treatment documented in medical literature so far and found physicians have reported on the use of more than 100 different off-label and experimental treatments.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469404147419.html
Researchers are taking inventory of drugs used to treat COVID-19

With doctors and researchers around the world searching for effective treatments for COVID-19, many drugs approved to treat other diseases are being used in hopes that they'll be effective against the virus, a use that's known as "off-label."

27 May 16:04 News-Medical.net 4522523031524958954.html
Which Drugs Are Being Used To Treat COVID-19?

With doctors and researchers around the world searching for effective treatments for COVID-19, many drugs approved to treat other diseases are being used in hopes that they’ll be effective against the virus. Researchers have cataloged every use documented in medical literature so far and found physicians have reported on the use of more than 100 different treatments.

27 May 00:00 Technology Networks 7581232464532985638.html
Mexico sets new record with 501 coronavirus deaths in a day

27 May 02:00 3 articles

Mexico sets new record with 501 coronavirus deaths in a day

Mexico's health department reported 501 deaths from the coronavirus Tuesday, a new one-day high and the first time the figure exceeded 500.

27 May 02:00 Coronavirus 2422791597730442979.html
Mexico hit new virus record of over 500 deaths per day

MEXICO CITY — Mexico’s health department reported 501 deaths from the coronavirus Tuesday, a new one-day high and the first time the figure exceeded 500.

27 May 01:17 680News 8014034333988258269.html
Mexico hits new virus record of over 500 deaths reported in a day

Mexico’s health department has reported 501 deaths from the coronavirus, a new one-day high and the first time the figure exceeded 500.

27 May 08:25 Nagalandpost 3019528211666780986.html
The echo of migrant footfalls and the silence on policy

27 May 18:32 2 articles

The echo of migrant footfalls and the silence on policy

There are four things that need to be done in the country in the wake of the pandemic crisis

27 May 18:32 The Hindu 6679535025622817374.html
The echo of migrant footfalls and the silence on policy

There are four things that need to be done in the country in the wake of the pandemic crisis

27 May 18:32 The Hindu 6679535025319230034.html
Tuning the surface gives variations to metal foils

27 May 04:00 3 articles

Tuning the surface gives variations to metal foils

IBS researchers reported how to give variations to single crystalline metal foils. Via the oxidation-led annealing plus seeded growth strategy, they obtained over 30 types of copper foils the size of A4 paper (~30×21 cm2), which is roughly the same size as US legal.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469569062586.html
Tuning the surface gives variations to metal foils

Researchers reported how to give variations to single crystalline metal foils. Via the oxidation-led annealing plus seeded growth strategy, they obtained over 30 types of copper foils the size of A4 paper, which is roughly the same size as US legal paper.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754803057246138.html
Tuning the surface gives variations to metal foils

Just as cloning in biology allows for the creation of one or more replicas of the exact same genes, seeded growth in chemistry can produce a very large metal foil with the exact same surface texture as ...

27 May 16:28 phys.org 3476726124037689908.html
Israeli Biotech Institute Issues Fraud Notice as Fake Coronavirus ‘Vaccine’ Pops Up in South America

27 May 11:07 1 article

Israeli Biotech Institute Issues Fraud Notice as Fake Coronavirus ‘Vaccine’ Pops Up in South America

Israel’s state-supported Galilee Research Institute (Migal) is known to be working on a cutting edge COVID-19 treatment, but human testing of the vaccine is only...

27 May 11:07 Sputniknews 967333869257523196.html
Why COVID-19 immunity passports may violate US law

27 May 12:22 3 articles

Why COVID-19 immunity passports may violate US law

Amazon and General Motors are among companies exploring ways to test employees for COVID-19 infection, but these measures may be against the law.

27 May 12:22 The Conversation 6012421227143563846.html
CanSino's potential coronavirus vaccine triggers immune response in clinical trial

Scientists across the globe are racing to develop a vaccine that can provide protection against coronavirus disease (COVID-19). An effective and safe vaccine would curb not only the current coronavirus pandemic but also prevent future outbreaks

27 May 07:19 News-Medical.net 4522523031809295999.html
11 vaccine giants: How they're fighting COVID-19

Is it desperation, profit motive or good science that's pushing vaccine out?

27 May 08:46 Gulf News 2086521543818571029.html
US COVID-19 Death Count Crosses 1,00,000-Mark: Report

27 May 03:46 2 articles

Uttar Pradesh is setting an example, dealing with pandemic with efficiency, firmness

It will be fascinating to watch how UP fares in general, and Adityanath in particular, in the coming months and years. If the response to the COVID-19 crisis is any barometer, we are in for exciting times.

27 May 03:46 The Indian Express 2885715105801965939.html
US COVID-19 Death Count Crosses 1,00,000-Mark: Report

The United States has now recorded more than 100,000 coronavirus-related deaths, Johns Hopkins University reported Wednesday -- a somber milestone and by far the highest total in the world.

27 May 22:05 NDTV.com 5090057682110044389.html
Google to gradually return to work as Apple reportedly plans to re-open more stores | ZDNet

27 May 02:49 2 articles

Google to gradually return to work as Apple reportedly plans to re-open more stores | ZDNet

'Googlers' will get $1,000 to make work from home life more accommodating.

27 May 02:49 ZDNet 591556593130406743.html
Google to begin reopening offices in July

The technology giant has said new health and safety measures will be in place to support social distancing.

27 May 08:47 Express & Star 7324224460516545666.html
SA scientist Quarraisha Abdool Karim wins R10m French prize

27 May 14:13 4 articles

South African AIDS researcher wins 500,000-euro French prize

Quarraisha Abdool Karim is best known for a study that found that a gel of the anti-retroviral drug tenofovir is effective in reducing the risk of women catching HIV and genital herpes during sex

27 May 14:13 Rappler 1882105642127977299.html
South African AIDS researcher wins €500,000 French prize

PARIS, May 28 — A South African HIV researcher who found that a topical gel could stop many women catching the virus has been awarded one of France's top science prizes. Quarraisha Abdool Karim won the half a million-euro (RM2.39 million) Christophe Merieux Prize for her work for the Durban-based...

27 May 23:09 Malaymail 302165934447330277.html
SA scientist Quarraisha Abdool Karim wins R10m French prize

Acclaimed HIV researcher Professor Quarraisha Abdool Karim, who found that a topical gel could stop many women catching the virus, has been awarded one of France's top science prizes.

27 May 20:04 News24 3752801378308022434.html
South African Aids researcher wins R9.5m French prize

Quarraisha Abdool Karim won the half a million-euro ($551,000) Christophe Merieux Prize for her work for the Durban-based Centre for the Aids Programme of Research in South Africa (CAPRISA), which she heads.

27 May 00:00 ewn.co.za 2308610107857716700.html
Researchers use drones and AI to detect Soviet ‘butterfly’ landmines

27 May 14:03 2 articles

Researchers use drones and AI to detect Soviet ‘butterfly’ landmines

Scientists have developed a method of automatically detecting hidden landmines by using AI to scan images captured by drones

27 May 14:03 Neural | The Next Web 3990801510172191997.html
Researchers use drones, machine learning to detect dangerous 'butterfly' landmines

Using advanced machine learning, drones could be used to detect dangerous 'butterfly' landmines in remote regions of post-conflict countries, according to research.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802781667045.html
Coronavirus: Lagos discharges 87 more patients - Premium Times Nigeria

27 May 17:56 4 articles

Coronavirus: Lagos discharges 87 more patients - Premium Times Nigeria

The Lagos State Ministry of Health has discharged another set of 87 patients on Wednesday after they recovered from the infection.

27 May 17:56 Premium Times Nigeria 5456729299322904420.html
BREAKING: Lagos discharges 87 COVID-19 patients

87 patients undergoing treatment in Lagos State have been discharged.This was disclosed by the Lagos State Ministry of Health via its official...

27 May 18:30 Latest Nigeria News, Nigerian Newspapers, Politics 2658445900731718761.html
JUST IN: Lagos Discharges 87 COVID-19 Patients

The Lagos State Government has discharged 87 additional COVID-19 patients from its isolation centres, bringing to 825 the total numbe

27 May 17:59 Vanguard News 4125100340471508488.html
Lagos discharges 87 COVID-19 patients

The Lagos state government has discharged 87 patients who received treatment for COVID-19. The state ministry of health broke the news in a series of tweets on Wednesday evening. The

27 May 17:17 TheCable 7513571674813701225.html
Patterns in crop data reveal new insight about plants and their environments

27 May 04:00 2 articles

Patterns in crop data reveal new insight about plants and their environments

A new study unearthed patterns in datasets collected on rice plants across Asia that allowed researchers to develop a matrix to predict the traits of rice plants depending on their genetics and environment. The approach could lead to better predictability in crop production.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467565071448.html
Patterns in crop data reveal new insight about plants and their environments

A new study unearthed patterns in datasets collected on rice plants across Asia that allowed researchers to develop a matrix to predict the traits of rice plants depending on their genetics and environment. The approach could lead to better predictability in crop production.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754801317273402.html
Clean without scrubbing and using chemicals

27 May 04:00 2 articles

Clean without scrubbing and using chemicals

Dresden scientists have developed a self-cleaning metallic surface. A project team of Technische Universität Dresden and the Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology IWS structured an aluminium plate with a laser process in such a way that water droplets no longer adhere and dirt particles can be removed from the surface - completely without chemical cleaning agents or additional effort. The scientific evidence of the self-cleaning effect has been published in the journal 'Applied Surface Science'.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467886715045.html
Clean without scrubbing and using chemicals

Scientists have developed a self-cleaning metallic surface. Engineers structured an aluminum plate with a laser process in such a way that water droplets no longer adhere and dirt particles can be removed from the surface - completely without chemical cleaning agents or additional effort.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802503878960.html
Non-invasive breast cancer risk revealed

27 May 22:32 5 articles

Non-invasive breast cancer risk revealed

Increased risk lasts for at least 20 years after diagnosis.

27 May 22:32 Express & Star 7324224460565837994.html
Non-invasive breast cancer risk revealed

Increased risk lasts for at least 20 years after diagnosis.

27 May 22:32 Express & Star 7324224459219748286.html
Non-invasive breast cancer risk revealed

Increased risk lasts for at least 20 years after diagnosis.

27 May 22:32 Shropshire Star 3480199991673570750.html
Non-invasive breast cancer risk revealed

Increased risk lasts for at least 20 years after diagnosis.

27 May 22:34 Jersey Evening Post 6141642773755151806.html
Women who are treated for early breast cancer are twice as likely to develop and die from the disease up to 20 years later, new study shows

Researchers looked at 35,024 women in England diagnosed as having cancerous cells in the milk ducts by the NHS breast screening programme from when it began in 1988 until March 2014.

27 May 22:30 Mail Online 124328111116760439.html
More than a third of Americans are showing clinical signs of anxiety or depression amid the coronavirus pandemic, Census Bureau finds, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

27 May 21:02 3 articles

More than a third of Americans are showing clinical signs of anxiety or depression amid the coronavirus pandemic, Census Bureau finds

Anxiety and depression rates were highest among young adults, women, and poor people, the US Census Bureau found.

27 May 21:02 Yahoo 7097669638448950449.html
More than a third of Americans are showing clinical signs of anxiety or depression amid the coronavirus pandemic, Census Bureau finds, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - Anxiety and depression rates were highest among young adults, women, and poor people, the US Census Bureau found.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 21:02 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408755917053379.html
More than a third of Americans are showing clinical signs of anxiety or depression amid the coronavirus pandemic, Census Bureau finds

More than one in three Americans are showing clinical signs of anxiety, depression, or both, according to the US Census Bureau, which began administering a weekly survey in late April to measure the social and economic impacts of the pandemic.

27 May 21:02 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046882501483971.html
Information technology played key role in growth of ancient civilizations

27 May 00:00 2 articles

Information technology played key role in growth of ancient civilizations

A new article shows the ability to store and process information was as critical to the growth of early human societies as it is today.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754803096482410.html
Information technology played key role in growth of ancient civilizations

A new paper in Nature Communications shows the ability to store and process information was as critical to the growth of early human societies as it is today.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469248157326.html
Poland to scrap compulsory outdoor masks, reopen cinemas as coronavirus abates

27 May 11:44 1 article

Poland to scrap compulsory outdoor masks, reopen cinemas as coronavirus abates

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poles will be allowed to go outside without protective masks from May 30 and cinemas, theatres and gyms will reopen on June 6, the government said on Wednesday, part of a steady lifting of restrictions imposed to halt the spread of the new coronavirus.

27 May 11:44 Reuters 8334514181741795766.html
Nevada governor to allow casinos to reopen next week

27 May 13:38 2 articles

Nevada governor to allow casinos to reopen next week

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak (D) on Tuesday announced that the state’s casinos will begin reopening next week, a move that could provide a big economic boost amid the coronavirus’s burgeoning economic

27 May 13:38 TheHill 355432919507897305.html
Coronavirus: Las Vegas casinos to reopen with social distancing

Bellagio, New York-New York, Caesars Palace, Flamingo aim to bring strip back to life

27 May 22:52 Gulf News 2086521545021160140.html
China reports 28 new asymptomatic covid-19 cases, mostly in Wuhan

27 May 12:23 2 articles

China reports 28 new asymptomatic covid-19 cases, mostly in Wuhan

The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in China now stands at 82,993. The deadly virus has claimed 4,634 lives in the country so far.

27 May 12:23 The Indian Express 2885715103822308005.html
China reports 28 new asymptomatic COVID-19 cases, mostly in Wuhan

Of the 28 new asymptomatic infection, 22 were reported from Wuhan, taking the total number of such cases to 404, the NHC said.

27 May 11:36 The Financial Express 1288289580075497014.html
COVID-19: ICU beds in Delhi’s private hospitals filling fast, less crunch at govt hospitals

27 May 16:23 2 articles

COVID-19: ICU beds in Delhi’s private hospitals filling fast, less crunch at govt hospitals

The Delhi government recently directed 117 nursing homes and private hospitals to set aside 20 per cent of their current strength for Covid-19 patients to add to their bed size.

27 May 16:23 The Financial Express 1288289581132851256.html
In Delhi, only 8 Covid ICU beds vacant in 7 private hospitals

To add to its bed strength, the Delhi government recently asked 117 nursing homes and private hospitals to set aside 20% of their existing strength for Covid patients.

27 May 07:00 The Indian Express 2885715103928305946.html
Maharashtra: 105 deaths recorded in a single day in state

27 May 21:34 2 articles

Maharashtra: 105 deaths recorded in a single day in state

Maharashtra is currently testing 3,142 people per million population. While the number is higher than the national average which stands at 2,363, it is still lagging behind Tamil Nadu which is testing 6,140 per million population, double than Maharashtra

27 May 21:34 The Indian Express 2885715104898344984.html
Coronavirus Live Updates: ICMR removes price cap of Rs 4,500 for COVID-19 test; India cases top 1.51 lakh

Coronavirus Live News Update India Coronavirus vaccine Latest Updates coronavirus n95 masks vaccine news

27 May 06:11 The Financial Express 1288289579959018226.html
Contrary To The Views Of Naysayers, Covid-19 Pandemic Is Showing The Importance Of Biopharma

27 May 00:00 3 articles

Contrary To The Views Of Naysayers, Covid-19 Pandemic Is Showing The Importance Of Biopharma

If anything, the coronavirus pandemic shows that the biopharmaceutical industry is vibrant and can be very responsive to pandemics. Is it perfect? No. But, we should all be thankful we have it in times like these.

27 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587532086188589.html
Enter only if you test -ve

State Govt decides to do away with compulsory institutional quarantine from June 1 and allow only the uninfected to come in In an effort to prevent people with Covid-19 from entering the State, the go.

27 May 00:30 Bangalore Mirror 4632149708812985728.html
Time for return to normality

Is it time to move to Level 1, asks  Richard Macknight. New Zealand has set out to save lives and our economy by setting out to eliminate Covid-19...

27 May 00:00 Otago Daily Times Online News 3107042079226726005.html
South Korea examines first suspected cases of Covid-linked syndrome in kids

27 May 17:00 1 article

South Korea examines first suspected cases of Covid-linked syndrome in kids

The syndrome has raised fears that COVID-19, caused by the coronavirus, could pose a greater risk to children than had been understood

27 May 17:00 The Asian Age 2126266544079427376.html
Greta Thunberg hits out at Denmark for pumping wastewater into Oresund Strait

27 May 10:32 3 articles

Greta Thunberg hits out at Denmark for pumping wastewater into Oresund Strait

The waterway separates Denmark from Sweden, Greta’s home country.

27 May 10:32 Shropshire Star 3480199991931152053.html
Greta Thunberg hits out at Denmark for pumping wastewater into Oresund Strait

The waterway separates Denmark from Sweden, Greta’s home country.

27 May 10:34 Jersey Evening Post 6141642774012733109.html
Greta Thunberg hits out at Denmark for pumping wastewater into Oresund Strait

Swedish teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg lashed out at the Danish capital because Copenhagen has for the last six years pumped large amounts of wastewater into the strait separating Sweden and Denmark.

27 May 10:30 independent 5894610846102603167.html
Putin says worst case coronavirus scenario in Moscow averted as lockdown unwinds

27 May 22:03 2 articles

Moscow to ease coronavirus lockdown restrictions from Monday: mayor

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin on Wednesday announced an easing of the Russian capital's coronavirus lockdown starting June 1, including the reopening of non-food shops. "Today we can already talk

27 May 22:03 Deccan Herald 2027555797207918259.html
Putin says worst case coronavirus scenario in Moscow averted as lockdown unwinds

MOSCOW: President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday (May 27) that Moscow, the epicentre of Russia's coronavirus outbreak, had succeeded in ...

27 May 23:06 CNA 5644198863690985805.html
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

27 May 08:13 4 articles

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 4 a.m. ET on May 27, 2020:There are 86,648 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.

27 May 08:13 National Post 4816958591644118426.html
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:36 p.m. ET on May 26, 2020:There are 86,648 confirmed and presumptive cases

27 May 00:56 iNFOnews.ca 6669504245606198741.html
COVID-19: today's numbers

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of May 27:

27 May 09:39 Castanet 616068602965481734.html
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:36 p.m. ET on May 26, 2020: There are 86,648 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.

27 May 00:56 KitchenerToday.com 52741008869581446.html
Technology is studied that could save 12% of the energy used in pressurized irrigation

27 May 04:00 1 article

Technology is studied that could save 12% of the energy used in pressurized irrigation

A study, performed in two Andalusian provinces, analyzed the potential of producing electricity by means of recovering hydraulic energy by implanting new technology based on pumps working as turbines

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468370259705.html
Virus Outbreak Latin America Corruption

27 May 04:08 2 articles

Virus Outbreak Latin America Corruption

From Argentina to Panama, a number of officials have been forced to resign as reports of fraudulent purchases of ventilators, masks and other medical supplies pile up. “Whenever there’s a dire situation, spending rules are relaxed and there’s always someone around looking to take advantage to make a

27 May 04:08 Yahoo 7097669637155312489.html
Spread of coronavirus fuels corruption in Latin America

Even in a pandemic, there's no slowdown for swindlers in Latin America.

27 May 00:00 The Washington Times 8941836441950135730.html
Boris Johnson denies any plan to move NHS Covid-19 patients into care homes

27 May 18:58 4 articles

Boris Johnson denies any plan to move NHS Covid-19 patients into care homes

Mr Johnson denied there had been a ‘concerted effort to move people out of NHS beds into care homes’.

27 May 18:58 Express & Star 7324224459262348805.html
Boris Johnson denies any plan to move NHS Covid-19 patients into care homes

Mr Johnson denied there had been a ‘concerted effort to move people out of NHS beds into care homes’.

27 May 18:58 Shropshire Star 3480199991716171269.html
UK Care Homes 'Were Left Brutally Exposed' To COVID-19 By The State, Social Care Provider Says

Many care providers are still not seeing 'any financial support to help them survive', a care sector representative tells Sputnik. This is despite the fact that local...

27 May 13:54 Sputniknews 967333868315001374.html
Boris Johnson denies any plan to move NHS Covid-19 patients into care homes

Mr Johnson denied there had been a ‘concerted effort to move people out of NHS beds into care homes’.

27 May 18:58 Jersey Evening Post 6141642773797752325.html
The evolutionary puzzle of the mammalian ear

27 May 00:00 2 articles

The evolutionary puzzle of the mammalian ear

How could the tiny parts of the ear adapt independently to the diverse functional and environmental regimes encountered in mammals? A group of researchers proposed a new explanation for this puzzle. They suggest that the incorporation of the bones of the primary jaw joint into the ear has considerably increased the genetic, regulatory, and developmental complexity of the mammalian ear.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802805752263.html
The evolutionary puzzle of the mammalian ear

How could the tiny parts of the ear adapt independently to the diverse functional and environmental regimes encountered in mammals? A group of researchers from the University of Vienna and the Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research proposed a new explanation for this puzzle. They suggest that the incorporation of the bones of the primary jaw joint into the ear has considerably increased the genetic, regulatory, and developmental complexity of the mammalian ear.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469039851873.html
Liddell, the smoking gun and cigar-gate

27 May 13:59 4 articles

CBD Melbourne: Liddell, a smoking gun and cigargate

It’s been six years since Joe Hockey and Mathias Cormann were snapped puffing cigars on a cold Budget Friday. Labor isn’t keen to forget.

27 May 13:59 The Age 7967730561864216212.html
CBD Melbourne: Liddell, a smoking gun and cigargate

It’s been six years since Joe Hockey and Mathias Cormann were snapped puffing cigars on a cold Budget Friday. Labor isn’t keen to forget.

27 May 13:59 Brisbane Times 2314609338883288724.html
Liddell, the smoking gun and cigar-gate

It’s been six years since Joe Hockey and Mathias Cormann were snapped puffing cigars on a cold Budget Friday. Labor isn’t keen to forget.

27 May 13:59 Brisbane Times 2314609339914337010.html
Liddell, the smoking gun and cigar-gate

It’s been six years since Joe Hockey and Mathias Cormann were snapped puffing cigars on a cold Budget Friday. Labor isn’t keen to forget.

27 May 13:59 WAtoday 6806590900360526578.html
Doctor in SC questions Centre's new SOP ending 14-day mandatory quarantine of COVID-19 health workers

27 May 07:22 2 articles

Doctor in SC questions Centre's new SOP ending 14-day mandatory quarantine of COVID-19 health workers

A bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, SK Kaul and MR Shah took the affidavit filed by doctor Arushi Jain in her pending petition on record and gave time to Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Centre, to file the reply by next week.

27 May 07:22 The Economic Times 7653256037876448551.html
Doctor in SC questions Centre’s new SOP ending 14-day mandatory quarantine of health workers

As per the advisory, quarantine of healthcare workers, other than the two categories -- in case of high exposure to COVID-19 and in cases of health care workers showing symptoms of COVID-19 -- is not warranted, it said.

27 May 08:22 The Indian Express 2885715105823911653.html
The coronavirus has killed more than 100,000 Americans in just over 4 months, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

27 May 22:07 3 articles

The coronavirus has killed more than 100,000 Americans in just over 4 months, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - More than 83% of those deaths could have been avoided if the US had locked down two weeks earlier, some research suggests.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 22:07 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408756407361496.html
The coronavirus has killed more than 100,000 Americans in just over 4 months

More than 100,000 Americans have died from the new coronavirus. That’s nearly one-third of the worldwide total.

27 May 22:07 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046882991792088.html
The coronavirus has killed more than 100,000 Americans in just over 4 months

More than 83% of those deaths could have been avoided if the US had locked down two weeks earlier, some research suggests.

27 May 22:07 Business Insider 6060062400176119768.html
Bolsonaro follows Trump on virus, and then some

27 May 10:30 1 article

Bolsonaro follows Trump on virus, and then some

Known for their shared talent for vitriol, social media rants and riling up their conservative bases, Trump and Bolsonaro have followed the same script on the virus: downplay its severity, don't sweat the facts, bet big on hydroxychloroquine, get the economy reopened.

27 May 10:30 The Jakarta Post 7678601103657840266.html
What is all that screen time doing to your skin?

27 May 21:11 4 articles

What is all that screen time doing to your skin?

Now you're tethered to blue light-emitting devices, are you getting drenched - and should you be more worried about damage to your skin? Here are some answers.

27 May 21:11 Australian Financial Review 3974284487481400551.html
Screen time isn't great for your skin, but these tips can help

The simplest intervention is to limit the amount of blue light emitted from your devices, but there are products that can also help prevent skin damage.

27 May 19:00 The Age 7967730562257892350.html
Screen time isn't great for your skin, but these tips can help

The simplest intervention is to limit the amount of blue light emitted from your devices, but there are products that can also help prevent skin damage.

27 May 19:00 Brisbane Times 2314609339276964862.html
Screen time isn't great for your skin, but these tips can help

The simplest intervention is to limit the amount of blue light emitted from your devices, but there are products that can also help prevent skin damage.

27 May 19:00 WAtoday 6806590899723154430.html
'Mothership' office on horizon but don't write off London, says Canary Wharf boss

27 May 15:20 2 articles

'Mothership' office on horizon but don't write off London, says Canary Wharf boss

LONDON (Reuters) - The coronavirus crisis is accelerating a move to a new type of office which will be more of a “mothership” model with people working from multiple locations, though it is too early to write off mega cities such as London, Canary Wharf’s manager said.

27 May 15:20 Reuters 8334514181102018306.html
‘Mothership’ office on horizon but don't write off London, says Canary Wharf boss

LONDON, May 27 — The coronavirus crisis is accelerating a move to a new type of office which will be more of a “mothership” model with people working from multiple locations, though it is too early to write off mega cities such as London, Canary Wharf’s manager said. As well as causing more...

27 May 15:28 Malaymail 302165935716848030.html
AP poll: Only half of Americans say they would get COVID-19 vaccine

27 May 11:57 1 article

AP poll: Only half of Americans say they would get COVID-19 vaccine

If the unprecedented global race for the first effective human coronavirus vaccine is successful, only 49 percent of Americans say they would get the vaccine, according to an Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll released Wednesday morning. Another 31 percent said they were not sure while 20 percent said they would not get the vaccine. About 70 percent of those currently refusing the future vaccine cited safety concerns, while an equal share of those who would get a vaccine said it's the only way to get life back to normal. The top reason among people who said yes was to protect their family and community. "There's still a large amount of uncertainty around taking the vaccine," NORC's Caitlin Oppenheimer told AP. "There is a lot of opportunity to communicate with Americans about the value and the safety of a vaccine." Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, gave it a shot. "I would not want people to think that we're cutting corners because that would be a big…

27 May 11:57 The Week 149215355025996121.html
Collision of galaxies may have spurred our solar system's formation

27 May 06:33 3 articles

Collision of galaxies may have spurred our solar system's formation

Collis­ion disrup­ted our galaxy’s steady pace of star format­ion

27 May 06:33 The Express Tribune 1105816785813996569.html
Collision of galaxies may have spurred our solar system's formation

A violent event on a colossal scale - the crash of two galaxies - may have paved the way for our solar system's birth. A star-formation binge in the Milky Way spanning the time when the solar system

27 May 08:33 Deccan Herald 2027555796765452697.html
Collision of galaxies may have spurred our solar system's formation

WASHINGTON, May 27 — A violent event on a colossal scale — the crash of two galaxies — may have paved the way for our solar system's birth. A star-formation binge in the Milky Way spanning the time when the solar system was born more than 4.5 billion years ago was apparently precipitated by...

27 May 00:21 Malaymail 302165936033873976.html
Tanzanian president accused of covering up Covid-19 outbreak

27 May 16:43 2 articles

Tanzanian president accused of covering up Covid-19 outbreak

John Magufuli has repeatedly played down the threat from the pandemic

27 May 16:43 the Guardian 1491978794802558521.html
Is the Tanzanian government hiding true coronavirus stats?

The government of the East African nation has been accused of not treating Covid-19 as a public health challenge, but a national security issue.

27 May 23:10 Daily Maverick 2373996789153746268.html
Finding a genus home for Alaska's dinosaurs

27 May 04:00 2 articles

Finding a genus home for Alaska's dinosaurs

A re-analysis of dinosaur skulls from northern Alaska suggests they belong to a genus Edmontosaurus, and not to the genus recently proposed by scientists in 2015.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467941624433.html
Finding a genus home for Alaska's dinosaurs

A re-analysis of dinosaur skulls from northern Alaska suggests they belong to a genus Edmontosaurus, and not to the genus recently proposed by scientists in 2015.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802639432468.html
Superworms digest plastic, with help from their bacterial sidekicks

27 May 04:00 2 articles

Superworms digest plastic, with help from their bacterial sidekicks

Resembling giant mealworms, superworms (Zophobas atratus) are beetle larvae that are often sold in pet stores as feed for reptiles, fish and birds. In addition to their relatively large size (about 2 inches long), these worms have another superpower: They can degrade polystyrene plastic. Now, researchers reporting in ACS' Environmental Science & Technology have linked this ability to a strain of bacteria that lives in the larvae's gut.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467751351796.html
Superworms digest plastic, with help from their bacterial sidekicks

Resembling giant mealworms, superworms (Zophobas atratus) are beetle larvae that are often sold in pet stores as feed for reptiles, fish and birds. In addition to their relatively large size (about 2 inches long), these worms have another superpower: They can degrade polystyrene plastic. Now, researchers have linked this ability to a strain of bacteria that lives in the larvae's gut.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754801783047312.html
Multifunctional e-glasses monitor health, protect eyes, control video game

27 May 04:00 2 articles

Multifunctional e-glasses monitor health, protect eyes, control video game

Fitness tracker bracelets and watches provide useful information, such as step count and heart rate, but they usually can't provide more detailed data about the wearer's health. Now, researchers reporting in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces have developed smart electronic glasses (e-glasses) that not only monitor a person's brain waves and body movements, but also can function as sunglasses and allow users to control a video game with eye motions.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467838643566.html
Multifunctional e-glasses monitor health, protect eyes, control video games

Fitness tracker bracelets and watches provide useful information, such as step count and heart rate, but they usually can't provide more detailed data about the wearer's health. Now, researchers reporting in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces have developed smart electronic glasses (e-glasses) that not only monitor a person's brain waves and body movements, but also can function as sunglasses and allow users to control a video game with eye motions.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802937187269.html
Sweden touts the success of its controversial lockdown-free coronavirus strategy, but the country still has one of the highest mortality rates in the world

27 May 02:56 2 articles

Sweden touts the success of its controversial lockdown-free coronavirus strategy, but the country still has one of the highest mortality rates in the world

Some experts have said Sweden's risky strategy will eventually yield positive results, while others have highlighted serious pitfalls.

27 May 02:56 Yahoo 7097669637880610927.html
Sweden touts the success of its controversial lockdown-free coronavirus strategy, but the country still has one of the highest mortality rates in the world

Swedish officials praised the success of the country's controversial lockdown-free coronavirus strategy on Tuesday, saying that the relaxed policies have helped slow the transmission of COVID-19.

27 May 03:00 Pulse Live 3606876836763011272.html
Heyyyy Duuuuuude: Researchers Study 100 Billion Tweets To Characterize “Stretchable Words”

27 May 19:24 1 article

Heyyyy Duuuuuude: Researchers Study 100 Billion Tweets To Characterize “Stretchable Words”

We’re all guilty of typing a 'hahahaha' every now and then (even if we’re not actually laughing) or a 'suuuuuuure' (when we’re definitely not sure of somet

27 May 19:24 IFLScience 242791748188324121.html
Pakistan registers 1,446 new coronavirus cases; total count crosses 59,000-mark

27 May 07:17 1 article

Pakistan registers 1,446 new coronavirus cases; total count crosses 59,000-mark

The authorities have so far conducted 499,399 coronavirus tests, including 8,491 in the last 24 hours, the ministry said.

27 May 07:17 The Hindu 6679535026190847200.html
Pediatric scoring scale helps surgeons decide whether to operate during COVID-19 delays

27 May 04:00 3 articles

Pediatric scoring scale helps surgeons decide whether to operate during COVID-19 delays

As health care providers observe Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) affecting children differently than adults, pediatric surgeons in Chicago have modified an evaluation tool for use in pediatric patients that allows surgeons in every pediatric specialty to prioritize nonemergency ('elective') operations during all phases of the pandemic. The new pediatric-specific scoring system is presented in an 'article in press' on the Journal of the American College of Surgeons (JACS) website ahead of print.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468671481971.html
ICAO, ILO and IMO issue joint call to world governments on need for ‘key worker’ designations for essential air and sea personnel

MONTREAL – ICAO joined the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in issuing a new Joint Statement on the need to ensure ‘key worker’ designations for the millions of skilled personnel now maintaining essential global air and sea trade capacities. The call to world governments comes as COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines continue to curtail travel and restrict border movements, ports and airports are being closed and ships and aircraft are being denied entry, and entire transport hubs

27 May 09:26 TravelDailyNews International 1304175789465366351.html
How India's lockdown has affected mental health

India’s public landscape has transformed dramatically over the last couple of months, with the most prolonged lockdown that the present generation can remember. Declared on March 24, 2020, the lockdown ensured that hundreds of millions of people were effectively confined to home, except when they ventured out, armed with a self-attested affidavit, to stock up on essentials.

27 May 23:52 News-Medical.net 4522523031592850394.html
COVID-19: Cyprus to pay medical bill if tourists catch virus

27 May 15:05 2 articles

COVID-19: Cyprus to pay medical bill if tourists catch virus

Cyprus hopes to attract tourists after its coronavirus lockdown by paying the medical costs of anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 while holidaying on the island, officials said Wednesday. Th...

27 May 15:05 Punch Newspapers 3524240995140712017.html
Cyprus: Got infected with coronavirus? The trip's on us - Foreign Affairs

In an attempt to attract tourists, Cyprus says it will cover costs for anyone who catches the virus while vacationing in the country.

27 May 21:13 Israel National News 5374683668670286159.html
Coronavirus cases cross 1.5 lakh, govt says lockdown has ‘decelerated’ pace of COVID-19 spread

27 May 16:41 4 articles

Coronavirus cases cross 1.5 lakh, govt says lockdown has ‘decelerated’ pace of COVID-19 spread

A total of 6,387 new cases of coronavirus infection and 170 deaths were reported in a 24-hour span till Wednesday 8 AM, according to ministry's data.

27 May 16:41 The Indian Express 2885715104170386437.html
Coronavirus cases cross 1.5 lakh, govt says lockdown has 'decelerated' pace of COVID-19 spread

India's covid-19 fatality rate is 2.86%, as against the world average of 6.36 per cent, the ministry said..The country has been registering new cases in excess of 6,000 daily since the past six days

27 May 14:35 Livemint 6614605818404014875.html
Coronavirus cases cross 1.5 lakh, govt says lockdown has ‘decelerated’ pace of COVID-19 spread

There have been "multiple gains" from the lockdown and the most important of them is that it has "decelerated the pace" of spread of COVID-19

27 May 00:00 Telangana Today 8182025566379018199.html
Coronavirus cases cross 1.5 lakh, govt says lockdown has 'decelerated' pace of COVID-19 spread

There have been "multiple gains" from the lockdown and the most important of them is that it has "decelerated the pace" of spread of COVID-19, the Union health ministry said on Wednesday even as the death toll reached 4,337 and the number of cases rose to 1,51,767 in the country. A total of 6,387

27 May 00:00 The Pioneer 1146783233614678213.html
Coronavirus will likely have a long-term impact on older workers. Here are the 14 jobs that have the highest share of workers age 55 and over.

27 May 17:53 2 articles

Coronavirus will likely have a long-term impact on older workers. Here are the 14 jobs that have the highest share of workers age 55 and over.

Older workers typically work in jobs that cannot be done at home and that involve close contact with others.

27 May 17:53 Business Insider 6060062401075625786.html
Coronavirus will likely have a long-term impact on older workers. Here are the 14 jobs that have the highest share of workers age 55 and over., Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - Older workers typically work in jobs that cannot be done at home and that involve close contact with others.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 17:53 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408756800955100.html
2 Reasons Why Flu Season Alongside Coronavirus May Be Overwhelming

27 May 07:22 4 articles

Fears of coronavirus second wave prompt flu push at U.S. pharmacies, drugmakers

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. pharmacy chains are preparing a big push for flu vaccinations when the season kicks off in October, hoping to curb tens of thousands of serious cases that could coincide with a second wave of coronavirus infections.

27 May 07:22 Reuters 8334514181255577642.html
2 Reasons Why Flu Season Alongside Coronavirus May Be Overwhelming

This unprecedented combination will truly challenge healthcare systems and society in the coming months, for multiple reasons.

27 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587530749019437.html
Fears of coronavirus second wave prompt flu push at US pharmacies, drugmakers

US pharmacy chains are preparing a big push for flu vaccinations when the season kicks off in October, hoping to curb tens of thousands of serious cases that could coincide with a second wave of coronavirus infections.

27 May 06:19 Bdnews24 8119004128788859530.html
Pharmacies Preparing For Increased Flu Shot Demand

Influenza vaccines do not protect people against COVID-19 disease

27 May 00:00 Precision Vaccinations 2720772262247940706.html
Exposure to 'good bacteria' during pregnancy buffers risk of autism-like syndrome

27 May 00:00 4 articles

Exposure to 'good bacteria' during pregnancy buffers risk of autism-like syndrome

Giving beneficial bacteria to stressed mothers during the equivalent of the third trimester of pregnancy prevents an autism-like disorder in their offspring, according to a new animal study.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754801884833329.html
Exposure to ‘good bacteria’ during pregnancy prevents autism-like syndrome in babies

Giving beneficial bacteria to stressed mothers during the equivalent of the third trimester of pregnancy prevents an autism-like disorder in their offspring.

27 May 05:59 Hindustan Times 696565557308331205.html
Rat Study Suggests "Good Bacteria" Could Relieve Autism-like Symptoms in Pregnancy

Giving beneficial bacteria to stressed mothers during the equivalent of the third trimester of pregnancy prevents an autism-like disorder in their offspring, according to a new animal study by University of Colorado Boulder researchers.

27 May 00:00 Technology Networks 7581232464160179173.html
Giving good bacteria to stressed mothers prevents autism-like disorder in offspring

Giving beneficial bacteria to stressed mothers during the equivalent of the third trimester of pregnancy prevents an autism-like disorder in their offspring, according to a new animal study by University of Colorado Boulder researchers.

27 May 01:59 News-Medical.net 4522523031085377835.html
Starry, starry night hidden by light pollution for majority, count finds

27 May 23:02 4 articles

Starry, starry night hidden by light pollution for majority, count finds

The annual national star count revealed 61% of people can see 10 stars or fewer in the constellation Orion.

27 May 23:02 Express & Star 7324224460870504231.html
Starry, starry night hidden by light pollution for majority, count finds

The annual national star count revealed 61% of people can see 10 stars or fewer in the constellation Orion.

27 May 23:01 The Irish News 993066650140921.html
Starry, starry night hidden by light pollution for majority, count finds

The annual national star count revealed 61% of people can see 10 stars or fewer in the constellation Orion.

27 May 23:04 Shropshire Star 3480199993175765188.html
Starry, starry night hidden by light pollution for majority, count finds

The annual national star count revealed 61% of people can see 10 stars or fewer in the constellation Orion.

27 May 23:04 Jersey Evening Post 6141642774928906070.html
How do we disconnect from the environment during sleep and under anesthesia?

27 May 00:00 2 articles

How do we disconnect from the environment during sleep and under anesthesia?

A series of new studies finds, among other important discoveries, that noradrenaline, a neurotransmitter secreted in response to stress, lies at the heart of our ability to ''shut off'' our sensory responses and sleep soundly.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754801117160583.html
How do we disconnect from the environment during sleep and under anesthesia?

A series of new studies by researchers at Tel Aviv University's Sackler Faculty of Medicine and Sagol School of Neuroscience finds, among other important discoveries, that noradrenaline, a neurotransmitter secreted in response to stress, lies at the heart of our ability to ''shut off'' our sensory responses and sleep soundly.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468542244746.html
Gov. Cuomo's controversial order requiring nursing homes to admit COVID-19 patients was reportedly removed from New York's health website, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

27 May 19:01 2 articles

Gov. Cuomo's controversial order requiring nursing homes to admit COVID-19 patients was reportedly removed from New York's health website, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - Cuomo's March 25 order requiring adult care facilities to admit COVID-19-positive patients was apparently deleted, amid more than 5,800 deaths.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 19:01 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408756478613947.html
Gov. Cuomo’s controversial order requiring nursing homes to admit COVID-19 patients was reportedly removed from New York’s health website

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s March 25 order that required nursing homes to admit patients who were suspected to have or had tested positive for COVID-19 has been deleted from the state of New York’s website, Fox News reported Tuesday.

27 May 19:01 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046883063044539.html
LATEST: Number of Kildare Covid-19 cases rises by 13 today

27 May 16:50 4 articles

Covid-19: 17 additional deaths as figures show 90% of cases have recovered

The National Public Health Emergency Team has reported 17 more Covid-19 related deaths.

27 May 16:50 Irishexaminer 8196011179128377272.html
No new cases of Covid-19 confirmed in Louth in latest figures - Talk of the Town

There were no new cases of Covid-19 reported in Louth in the latest figures. There remains 759 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the county as of midnight on Sunday May 24th. This is the second time this week that there has been no increase in the number of cases locally. There have now been a...Read More→

27 May 08:32 Talk of the Town 6988606398882496659.html
Covid-19 update: 9 additional deaths and 37 new cases of Covid-19 confirmed in Ireland

A further nine people have passed away from Covid-19 in Ireland according to the latest data from the Health Protection Surveillance Centre. There have now been a total 1,615 Covid-19 related deaths i...

27 May 08:59 TipperaryLive 1097599578336945614.html
LATEST: Number of Kildare Covid-19 cases rises by 13 today

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

27 May 00:00 Leinster Leader 7955940816316425870.html
Italy records 78 new coronavirus deaths, 397 new cases

27 May 01:40 1 article

Italy records 78 new coronavirus deaths, 397 new cases

ROME: Deaths from the COVID-19 epidemic in Italy climbed by 78 on Tuesday (May 26), against 92 the day before, the Civil Protection Agency said, ...

27 May 01:40 CNA 5644198863535239802.html
Covid-19: 792 new cases detected in Delhi, total shoots to 15,257

27 May 04:39 2 articles

412 new cases, 12 deaths in New Delhi

One more mess worker at AIIMS tests positive for COVID-19

27 May 04:39 The Hindu 6679535024822441275.html
Covid-19: 792 new cases detected in Delhi, total shoots to 15,257

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHWF) reported 1,51,767 as the total number of cases in the country with 4,337 deaths.

27 May 12:10 newsx.com 5974563062524685771.html
Vestapace to launch 35 satellites for 5G network in India, eyes commencing operation by 2021

27 May 00:00 3 articles

Vestapace to launch 35 satellites for 5G network in India, eyes commencing operation by 2021

Vestaspace Technologies founder and CEO Arun Kumar Sureban said a beta version of the next-generation satellite constellations is planned for September 2020, besides the launch of a fully operational constellation of satellites in early 2021 into 'Low-Earth-Orbit or Geosynchronous Equatorial Orbit'.

27 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024964130364053.html
Indian firm launching 5G satellite constellations to provide high-speed internet amid delayed trials

Government-sanctioned 5G trials in India, which were scheduled for this year, have reportedly been postponed by a year because of the coronavirus situation. As of now, India seems to have missed its seat in the global 5G wagon of 2020, which is being led by South Korea, China, the US, and the UK respectively.

27 May 00:00 SpaceDaily 2879240067267418450.html
Startup says India will have 5G network by 2021, will launch 35 telecom satellites by this September

Vestaspace says it is in talks with the Department of Telecom for spectrum in 28 Ghz band for 5G operations.

27 May 01:23 The Asian Age 2126266544295477488.html
Volunteer army in Indonesia helps fight coronavirus with data, web

27 May 07:15 2 articles

Volunteer army in Indonesia helps fight coronavirus with data, web

In the face of patchy data and conflicting advice from Indonesia's central government over measures to fight coronavirus, groups of volunteers have emerged as an increasingly important source of information and guidance.

27 May 07:15 The Jakarta Post 7678601104133450394.html
Volunteer army in Indonesia helps fight coronavirus with data, web

Group's data model presented to governor showed there could be 70,000 deaths by July.

27 May 14:40 iTnews 4425008560490135538.html
Coronavirus deaths surpass 100,000 in United States

27 May 18:49 3 articles

Coronavirus deaths surpass 100,000 in United States

Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, issued a stern warning after viewing video showing crowds at a pool party in Missouri.

27 May 18:49 Express & Star 7324224460641068320.html
Coronavirus deaths surpass 100,000 in United States

Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, issued a stern warning after viewing video showing crowds at a pool party in Missouri.

27 May 18:48 Shropshire Star 3480199993094890784.html
Coronavirus deaths surpass 100,000 in United States

Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, issued a stern warning after viewing video showing crowds at a pool party in Missouri.

27 May 18:49 Jersey Evening Post 6141642775176471840.html
Boris Johnson says UK did not have capacity for test, track and trace ready

27 May 16:40 3 articles

Boris Johnson says UK did not have capacity for test, track and trace ready

The Prime Minister told MPs the country had not learned the lessons of past pandemics.

27 May 16:40 Express & Star 7324224458952666879.html
Boris Johnson says UK did not have capacity for test, track and trace ready

The Prime Minister told MPs the country had not learned the lessons of past pandemics.

27 May 16:40 Shropshire Star 3480199991406489343.html
Boris Johnson says UK did not have capacity for test, track and trace ready

The Prime Minister told MPs the country had not learned the lessons of past pandemics.

27 May 16:40 Jersey Evening Post 6141642773488070399.html
Refugee Camps: From Temporary Settlements to Permanent Dwellings

27 May 07:35 2 articles

Refugee Camps: From Temporary Settlements to Permanent Dwellings

With more than 70 million forcibly displaced people worldwide and nearly 25.9 million refugees, the time has come to reconsider the traditional camp approach.

27 May 07:35 ArchDaily 6219750956109485738.html
Refugee Camps: From Temporary Settlements to Permanent Dwellings

With more than 70 million forcibly displaced people worldwide and nearly 25.9 million refugees, the time has come to reconsider the traditional camp approach.

27 May 07:35 ArchDaily 6219750955628065559.html
An ongoing list of food businesses, delivery services, and restaurants donating to healthcare workers on the front lines

27 May 15:50 3 articles

An ongoing list of food businesses, delivery services, and restaurants donating to healthcare workers on the front lines

Donating food is an easy way to support and fuel healthcare workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.

27 May 15:50 Business Insider 6060062399572023238.html
An ongoing list of food businesses, delivery services, and restaurants donating to healthcare workers on the front lines, Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - Donating food is an easy way to support and fuel healthcare workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 15:50 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408755803264966.html
An ongoing list of food businesses, delivery services, and restaurants donating to healthcare workers on the front lines

As frontline heroes in the fight against the coronavirus, healthcare workers like doctors and nurses often sacrifice their own physical and mental well-being in order to take care of others.

27 May 15:50 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046882387695558.html
Brain scans reveal the source of stress in the brain

27 May 19:57 1 article

Brain scans reveal the source of stress in the brain

The discovery of the neural "home" for stress could be helpful to people struggling with the major fear and anxiety that it causes.

27 May 19:57 Futurity 5051862826298563001.html
10 DESIGN Proposes an Expo Pavilion Entitled "A Country without Walls a Future without Limits"

27 May 09:00 2 articles

10 DESIGN Proposes an Expo Pavilion Entitled "A Country without Walls a Future without Limits"

“A Country without Walls, a Future without Limits” is a proposal for an expo pavilion imagined by 10 DESIGN.

27 May 09:00 ArchDaily 6219750954354576922.html
10 DESIGN Proposes an Expo Pavilion Entitled "A Country without Walls a Future without Limits"

“A Country without Walls, a Future without Limits” is a proposal for an expo pavilion imagined by 10 DESIGN.

27 May 09:00 ArchDaily 6219750955601100798.html
Geneva Motor Show Might Not Return Until 2022

27 May 10:55 2 articles

Geneva Motor Show Might Not Return Until 2022

The 2020 Geneva Motor Show became one of the first high-profile automotive events to be canceled due to the...

27 May 10:55 CarBuzz 4034462235820865612.html
2021 Geneva Motor Show Might Be Canceled

The much-awaited Geneva Motor Show has been this year, but reports say that it might take another hit again in 2021 due to other threats.

27 May 22:29 Motor1.com 1648269240616850508.html
Low vaccination rates and 'measles parties' fueled 2019 measles outbreak in NYC

27 May 04:00 2 articles

Low vaccination rates and 'measles parties' fueled 2019 measles outbreak in NYC

An analysis of the 2018-2019 measles outbreak in New York City identifies factors that made the outbreak so severe: delayed vaccination of young children combined with increased contact among this age group, likely through ''measles parties'' designed to purposely infect children. The study has implications for the future, as vaccination rates plummet during the COVID-19 pandemic.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469425403728.html
Low vaccination rates and 'measles parties' fueled 2019 measles outbreak in NYC

An analysis of the 2018-2019 measles outbreak in New York City identifies factors that made the outbreak so severe: delayed vaccination of young children combined with increased contact among this age group, likely through 'measles parties' designed to purposely infect children.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802036804398.html
'Lenox Hill' Trailer: Netflix Docuseries Captures Life Inside a NYC Hospital Before Coronavirus

27 May 15:01 2 articles

'Lenox Hill' Trailer: Netflix Docuseries Captures Life Inside a NYC Hospital Before Coronavirus

The real-life 'Grey's Anatomy' follows several doctors as they navigate their personal and professional lives in a Manhattan hospital.

27 May 15:01 Entertainment Tonight 7101181083502965669.html
Netflix's New Medical Docuseries Is Basically 'Grey's Anatomy' IRL

Move aside, Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital: Netflix released the trailer for Lenox Hill, a medical docuseries that’s essentially Grey’s Anatomy IRL — without the steamy sex scenes, that is. Set to debut on June 10, Lenox Hill is an eight-episode…

27 May 15:01 Bustle 7391390687894426973.html
Timing of COVID-19 test may be key to its accuracy: Study

27 May 15:37 1 article

Timing of COVID-19 test may be key to its accuracy: Study

The most commonly used test for COVID-19 may not always yield accurate results, and timing of the testing seems to matter significantly in the accuracy of the results, according to a study.

27 May 15:37 Deccan Herald 2027555797306564013.html
PM Trudeau says jobs available for young people, implores employers to re-hire

27 May 14:18 2 articles

PM Trudeau says jobs available for young people, implores employers to re-hire

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used his 65th morning press conference to implore Canadian businesses to re-hire their employees, noting that while the COVID-19 pandemic turned lives 'upside down,' seeing as many Canadians back to work as possible will be key to Canada's economic recovery.

27 May 14:18 Coronavirus 2422791598310140713.html
Trudeau points to job listings

UPDATE 8:48 a.m. Wednesday morning was Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's 65th early morning address to Canadians from Ottawa.

27 May 08:49 Castanet 616068603363754029.html
UK to tackle COVID-19 flare-ups with local measures: health minister

27 May 17:42 1 article

UK to tackle COVID-19 flare-ups with local measures: health minister

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will gradually move towards more localised action to tackle local coronavirus flare-ups, as opposed to the nationwide measures taken so far, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Wednesday.

27 May 17:42 Reuters 8334514181328561644.html
COVID-19: India death toll rises to 4,337; total cases reach 1,51,767

27 May 14:38 2 articles

As coronavirus cases cross 1.5 lakh, officials take solace in low fatality rate

Maharashtra's rising numbers continue to worry the nation.

27 May 14:38 Deccan Chronicle 7881006362531860752.html
COVID-19: India death toll rises to 4,337; total cases reach 1,51,767

The number of active coronavirus cases stands at 83,004, while 64,425 people have recovered and one patient has migrated, it said.

27 May 08:10 The New Indian Express 4718288654005752545.html
Bihar Board class 10th result: Farmer’s son from Rohtas village tops matric exam, aspires to get into IIT

27 May 05:57 3 articles

Son of a farmer, Bihar Board Class 10 topper has no device to study online, wishes to join IIT

Himanshu Raj believes that consistency is the key to crack any exam. However, his education is on a halt at present due to the coronavirus pandemic as schools are shut and he does not own a smartphone or laptop to study online.

27 May 05:57 The Indian Express 2885715105279253846.html
Bihar Board class 10th result: Farmer’s son from Rohtas village tops matric exam, aspires to get into IIT

Himanshu scored 96.20 per cent and said the key to cracking any exam is consistency. He said that most students start preparing for exams only in the last few months. He suggested students to be consistent in efforts to be clear about concepts.

27 May 10:45 The Financial Express 1288289579726192692.html
Bihar Board Class 10 topper used to sell vegetables with father to afford studies

Bihar Board Class 10 topper, Himanshu Raj, was helping his farmer father to sell vegetables and get support for his studies.

27 May 10:21 India Today 4286117813155721970.html
D.C. Mayor Lifts Stay-at-Home Order to Begin Phased Reopening

27 May 15:38 3 articles

Washington, DC, to lift stay-at-home order on Friday

Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) announced Wednesday that the city will lift its stay-at-home order on Friday and enter phase one of reopening.

27 May 15:38 TheHill 355432918664194826.html
D.C. Mayor Lifts Stay-at-Home Order to Begin Phased Reopening

The nation's capital will begin a phased reopening on Friday, announced Washington, DC, Mayor Muriel Bowser on Wednesday.

27 May 22:36 Breitbart 3148363491833768450.html
US capital Washington eases coronavirus lockdown

The US capital is relaxing lockdown restrictions following a sustained period of decreased coronavirus infections, Washington's mayor said.

27 May 18:13 Vanguard News 4125100340036095517.html
The asteroids Ryugu and Bennu were formed by the destruction of a large asteroid

27 May 04:00 2 articles

The asteroids Ryugu and Bennu were formed by the destruction of a large asteroid

What is the origin of the asteroids Bennu and Ryugu, and of their spinning-top shape? Numerical simulations of large asteroid disruptions show that during such events, fragments are ejected and then reaccumulate forming aggregates, some of which have a spinning-top shape. Scientists conclude that the overall properties of Bennu and Ryugu could directly result from the disruption of their parent body.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469145493705.html
Asteroids Ryugu and Bennu that both orbit between Earth and Mars may be chunks of the same giant space rock that was smashed apart in a collision

Mathematical modelling suggests the two - measuring 3,280-foot and 1,610-foot in diameter - formed when material from one larger asteroid came back together. Samples from both are needed.

27 May 10:33 Mail Online 124328112143799185.html
Study reports nursing home hip fracture rates stay persistently high

27 May 04:00 1 article

Study reports nursing home hip fracture rates stay persistently high

A recent study of hip fracture rates in nursing homes in the U.S. reports a slight rise in the rate of hip fractures among long-stay residents in recent years. Researchers looked at data collected between 2007 and 2015 and found, despite a dip in 2013, rates have begun to rise again even though long-stay nursing home admissions have declined.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469536518350.html
Public parks guaranteeing sustainable well-being

27 May 04:00 2 articles

Public parks guaranteeing sustainable well-being

Ana Nagar Tower Park, in Chennai, India

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468109588844.html
Public parks guaranteeing sustainable well-being

Researchers have ascertained how green spaces contribute to the well-being of city-dwellers. The research shows that parks play an essential role in the well-being of individuals, regardless of their social class, and that they cannot be replaced by other venues where people meet, such as shopping centers. When these parks are closed -- as during the COVID-19 pandemic -- it intensifies inequalities in well-being.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802461856703.html
People become ‘steadily less lonely’ as they age – study

27 May 11:06 1 article

People become ‘steadily less lonely’ as they age – study

Young men are the most vulnerable to frequent and persistent loneliness, the global research found.

27 May 11:06 Express & Star 7324224459412177431.html
Caveolin binding motif in Na/K-ATPase required for stem cell differentiation in animals

27 May 04:00 2 articles

Caveolin binding motif in Na/K-ATPase required for stem cell differentiation in animals

New findings reveal the importance of the Na/K-ATPase protein in stem cell differentiation and organogenesis, in a study led by scientists at Marshall University that involves the scaffolding function of the Na/K-ATPase.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468029732670.html
Caveolin binding motif in Na/K-ATPase is required for stem cell differentiation, organogenesis in animals

New findings reveal the importance of the Na/K-ATPase protein in stem cell differentiation and organogenesis, in a study led by scientists at Marshall University that involves the scaffolding function ...

27 May 20:02 phys.org 3476726124962499169.html
Terrestrial bacteria can grow on nutrients from space

27 May 16:56 2 articles

Terrestrial bacteria can grow on nutrients from space

No matter how well astronauts and material are decontaminated, co-traveling microorganisms cannot be prevented

27 May 16:56 Infowars 1950426314386660103.html
Terrestrial bacteria can grow on nutrients from space

In the past decade, there has been renewed thinking about human missions to the moon and perhaps even to Mars. Inevitably, terrestrial microorganisms on the bodies of astronauts, spaceships or equipment ...

27 May 15:38 phys.org 3476726123720857024.html
This Video of Mars’ Leaking Atmosphere Could Make Elon Musk Cry

27 May 00:00 2 articles

This Video of Mars’ Leaking Atmosphere Could Make Elon Musk Cry

A stunning new NASA animation shows how solar winds are interacting with Mars' magnetosphere to strip away the planet's atmosphere.

27 May 00:00 Futurism 8561510289991971695.html
Researchers Create Map of Electric Currents in Magnetosphere of Mars

Using five years of magnetic field data obtained by NASA’s MAVEN (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN) spacecraft, a team of scientists has created the first-ever map of the electric current systems in the Martian induced magnetosphere.

27 May 00:00 Sci News 2819514862180157.html
New protocol for organic synthesis using organoboron compounds and visible-light

27 May 04:00 1 article

New protocol for organic synthesis using organoboron compounds and visible-light

The generation of alkyl radicals was achieved by direct visible-light excitation of the organoborate complex, which was designed and synthesized from 'boracene,' which has a boron atom in the tetracene-like skeleton. The alkyl radicals thus obtained could be used as a carbon source for chemical reactions, enabling the synthesis of complicated/bulky organic compounds. The present study offers a new protocol for organic synthesis, which is expected to accelerate e.g. drug discovery.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468863497281.html
Study: Ultra-thin fibres designed to protect nerves after brain surgery

27 May 04:00 1 article

Study: Ultra-thin fibres designed to protect nerves after brain surgery

Light microscope image of nimodipine fibres

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469002901414.html
A moment to trust the teacher

27 May 18:32 1 article

A moment to trust the teacher

The novel coronavirus crisis is the right time to create the energy for examination reform

27 May 18:32 The Hindu 6679535025003083150.html
Theatres, cinemas, summer camps to reopen as Swiss relax coronavirus curbs

27 May 00:00 2 articles

Theatres, cinemas, summer camps to reopen as Swiss relax coronavirus curbs

Switzerland said on Wednesday it would lift curbs on larger public gatherings next month and free up travel within Europe's 26-nation Schengen zone by July 6, further easing restrictions on public life as the coronavirus outbreak ebbs.

27 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024964340893852.html
Theatres, cinemas, summer camps to reopen as Swiss relax virus curbs

ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland said on Wednesday it would lift curbs on larger public gatherings next month and free up travel within Europe’s 26-nation Schengen zone by July 6, further easing restrictions on public life as the coronavirus outbreak ebbs.

27 May 16:18 Reuters 8334514180192763270.html
Rare Form of Miniature Stenciled Rock Art Found in Australia

27 May 11:28 1 article

Rare Form of Miniature Stenciled Rock Art Found in Australia

New research suggests the small-scale illustrations may have been made with beeswax

27 May 11:28 Smithsonian Magazine 8368884274848705395.html
New linguistic findings on the prevalence of 'LOL'

27 May 00:00 2 articles

New linguistic findings on the prevalence of 'LOL'

A new study involving a scientific analysis of the prevalence of 'LOL' in students' text messages demonstrates important potential applications for classroom learning.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802733662875.html
No laughing matter

A new study involving a scientific analysis of the prevalence of 'LOL' in students' text messages demonstrates important potential applications for classroom learning. The study, 'Linguistics in General Education: Expanding Linguistics Course Offerings through Core Competency Alignment,' will be published in the June 2020 issue of the scholarly journal Language. An advance version of the article may be found at https://www.linguisticsociety.org/sites/default/files/LSA962101_0.pdf.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469191554445.html
Simple and readily available saline solution can reliably transport COVID-19 samples to testing labs

27 May 04:00 2 articles

Simple and readily available saline solution can reliably transport COVID-19 samples to testing labs

In a new peer-reviewed study appearing in The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics, published by Elsevier, investigators report that a simple salt solution commonly found in hospitals and clinical laboratories, phosphate buffered saline (PBS), can be used as a medium to reliably transport coronavirus-contaminated specimens to the testing laboratory for periods of up to 18 hours, which is often needed in busy clinical settings.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468653083971.html
Simple and readily available saline solution can reliably transport COVID-19 samples to testing labs

In the face of dwindling supplies of virus transport media, cheap and readily available phosphate buffered saline can be used to safely store and transport coronavirus samples for up to 18 hours, researchers report.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754803058582663.html
US COVID-19 death toll nears 100,000: What does a number mean?

27 May 14:30 4 articles

US COVID-19 death toll nears 100,000: What does a number mean?

America's official coronavirus death toll has almost reached 100,000, according to the John Hopkins University tally.

27 May 14:30 ABC7 New York 7327811147650665344.html
American virus deaths at 100,000: What does a number mean?

The fraught, freighted number of this particular American moment is a round one brimming with zeroes: 100,000. A hundred thousands. A thousand hundreds. Five thousand score. More than 8,000 dozen. All

27 May 00:00 The Washington Times 8941836442348998633.html
US virus deaths near 100K: What does a number mean?

This is the week when America’s official coronavirus death toll reaches six digits. One hundred thousand lives wiped out by a disease unknown to science a half a year ago.

27 May 14:47 Las Vegas Review-Journal 8640648837809804721.html
American virus deaths at 100,000: What does a number mean?

The fraught, freighted number of this particular American moment is a round one brimming with zeroes: 100,000. A hundred thousands. A thousand hundreds. Fiv

27 May 22:01 iNFOnews.ca 6669504244275358747.html
COVID-19 in cats and dogs is likely acquired directly from infected humans

27 May 18:00 3 articles

LA allows shopping, worship sooner than expected in pandemic

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Retail shops and offices were allowed to open Wednesday and the largest Roman Catholic archdiocese in the U.S. announced a plan to resume services as Los...

27 May 18:00 The Seattle Times 9121942837879668988.html
When Can Kids Play Sports Again?How To Keep Youth Safe From Coronavirus

According to a survey, 50% of parents worried that their children will get Covid-19 by returning to sports. Here is guidance on what to do.

27 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587531401730555.html
COVID-19 in cats and dogs is likely acquired directly from infected humans

A recent study from Japan available reveals how almost all cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) among domestic animals can be linked to their owners infected with the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).

27 May 01:53 News-Medical.net 4522523031480604749.html
Merkel: German states taking increasing responsibility for coronavirus steps

27 May 16:25 2 articles

Merkel insists on basics as states take bigger role in virus controls

BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel has conceded more responsibility to Germany’s 16 states for tackling the coronavirus epidemic, but insisted that social distancing and mask-wearing were needed to avoid a new wave of infections.

27 May 16:25 Reuters 8334514181267028336.html
Merkel: German states taking increasing responsibility for coronavirus steps

BERLIN, May 27 — Germany’s federal government is monitoring the coronavirus closely but practical responsibility lies increasingly with the 16 states, Chancellor Angela Merkel said today, adding care must be taken to avoid the virus spreading fast again. “We are still at start of the...

27 May 13:53 Malaymail 302165934418707531.html
Study uncovers gender roles in physics lab courses

27 May 04:00 2 articles

Study uncovers gender roles in physics lab courses

Men are overrepresented not only in number but in high-ranking positions within the physics community, according to a new study published May 26 in the journal Physics Education Research. A research team led by Katherine Quinn, Ph.D. '19, and Natasha Holmes, the Ann S. Bowers Assistant Professor of Physics in the College of Arts and Sciences, examined gender roles in undergraduate physics lab classes as a step toward removing systematic gender biases in the field.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467969316983.html
Study uncovers gender roles in physics lab courses

A robust body of research examines and addresses gender discrepancies in many fields, but physics is not one of them, Cornell researchers have found.

27 May 16:30 phys.org 3476726124139427712.html
How will the NHS test and trace system work and who will need to isolate

27 May 15:36 3 articles

How will the NHS test and trace system work and who will need to isolate

The government had hoped that their app to go alongwith the other elements would be ready to go and instead the system will rely on human beings carrying out the tracing

27 May 15:36 mirror 675785261887986308.html
Mass contact tracing resumes across England to control spread of Covid-19

The scheme is supported by 25,000 dedicated contact tracers.

27 May 16:32 Express & Star 7324224460490872840.html
Mass contact tracing resumes across England to control spread of Covid-19

The scheme is supported by 25,000 dedicated contact tracers.

27 May 16:32 Shropshire Star 3480199992944695304.html
Few in U.S. with private insurance receive opioid overdose follow-up treatment

27 May 16:29 2 articles

Few in U.S. with private insurance receive opioid overdose follow-up treatment

May 27 (UPI) -- Fewer than 20 percent of people with private healthcare insurance who suffered a non-fatal opioid overdose ultimately receive abuse or addiction treatment, according to a study published Wednesday by JAMA Network Open.

27 May 16:29 UPI 8257973865242993790.html
Follow-up treatments after opioid overdose rare among insured patients

The majority of commercially insured patients who visited the emergency department (ED) for an opioid overdose didn't receive the timely follow-up care known to help prevent a future overdose or death. Of nearly 6,500 patients treated in EDs nationwide for an overdose or other opioid-related medical complications, only 16 percent accessed opioid use disorder (OUD) medications or another form of treatment within three months of the ED visit

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467667820584.html
Researchers develop promising immunotherapy treatment for glioblastoma

27 May 04:00 2 articles

Treatment shows promise in treating deadly brain cancer

In this study, researchers investigated if specific targeting of CD133+ glioblastoma with cutting-edge immunotherapy drugs could eradicate the most aggressive subpopulation of cells in the tumor. They also looked at the safety of CD133-targeting therapies on normal, non-cancerous human stem cells including hematopoietic stem cells which create blood cells and progenitor cells which can form one or more kinds of cells.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469210494486.html
Researchers develop promising immunotherapy treatment for glioblastoma

Researchers of McMaster University and the University of Toronto have developed a promising immunotherapy treatment for a deadly form of adult brain cancer called glioblastoma.

27 May 18:26 News-Medical.net 4522523031357192969.html
Universities and commercial partners team up to develop new COVID -19 test kit

27 May 10:16 4 articles

Rapid coronavirus test closer to market thanks to industry partnership

The portable testing device can carry out six highly accurate tests every 30 minutes, and quickly determine if someone has Covid-19.

27 May 10:16 Jersey Evening Post 6141642773591125524.html
Rapid coronavirus test closer to market thanks to industry partnership

The portable testing device can carry out six highly accurate tests every 30 minutes, and quickly determine if someone has Covid-19.

27 May 10:17 Express & Star 7324224459055722004.html
Rapid coronavirus test closer to market thanks to industry partnership

The portable testing device can carry out six highly accurate tests every 30 minutes, and quickly determine if someone has Covid-19.

27 May 10:16 Shropshire Star 3480199991509544468.html
Universities and commercial partners team up to develop new COVID -19 test kit

A new COVID -19 test kit, which can detect the presence of the virus in six different individuals simultaneously in under 30 minutes, is one step closer to coming to market following a partnership deal with leading electronic, robotics, and software companies.

27 May 14:00 News-Medical.net 4522523029945488817.html
Creating health infrastructure in slums crucial in rebuilding Mumbai: Awhad

27 May 14:35 2 articles

Maharashtra govt to expedite Dharavi, other slum rehab projects post Covid-19

Awhad has already urged Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to take steps to move ahead with the redevelopment of Dharavi spread over nearly 600 acres in the heart of the countrys financial capital.

27 May 14:35 The Economic Times 7653256036575572440.html
Creating health infrastructure in slums crucial in rebuilding Mumbai: Awhad

Minister asks BDA to share list of concessions required for facilitating redevelopment

27 May 20:09 The Hindu 6679535024361960730.html
ADHD: genomic analysis in samples of Neanderthals and modern humans

27 May 04:00 2 articles

ADHD: genomic analysis in samples of Neanderthals and modern humans

Los expertos Paula Esteller, Bru Cormand y Òscar Lao.

27 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468895108879.html
Genomic analysis in samples of Neanderthals and modern humans shows a decrease in ADHD-associated genetic variants

The frequency of genetic variants associated with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has decreased progressively in the evolutionary human lineage from the Paleolithic to the present day, according to new research.

27 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754801856786505.html
Philippines reports 18 new coronavirus deaths, 380 more infections

27 May 23:16 2 articles

Duterte’s plan to delay reopening of schools does not go far enough, some argue

MANILA: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s decision that schools in the country will not reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic until a vaccine is available has been well received by the majority of Filipinos, who recognize the need to protect students’ health. However, there are concerns that their education will suffer, as many in the country do not have the necessary

27 May 23:16 Arab News 8912634262791981055.html
Philippines reports 18 new coronavirus deaths, 380 more infections

In a bulletin, the ministry said total deaths have reached 904, while confirmed cases have risen to 15,049. It said 94 more patients have recovered, bringing total recoveries to 3,506.

27 May 16:45 The Jakarta Post 7678601102294716475.html
Research finds how we deal with trauma is written on our genes

27 May 06:06 3 articles

Research finds how we deal with trauma is written on our genes

Researchers have found two genes the body switches on to help us cope with traumatic events, leading to hopes of better treatments for things such as PTSD.

27 May 06:06 The Age 7967730562452855553.html
Research finds how we deal with trauma is written on our genes

Researchers have found two genes the body switches on to help us cope with traumatic events, leading to hopes of better treatments for things such as PTSD.

27 May 06:06 Brisbane Times 2314609339471928065.html
Research finds how we deal with trauma is written on our genes

Researchers have found two genes the body switches on to help us cope with traumatic events, leading to hopes of better treatments for things such as PTSD.

27 May 06:06 WAtoday 6806590899918117633.html
These are the hamsters from a widely-shared study used as evidence that masks do work. They aren't wearing any masks.

27 May 11:57 3 articles

These are the hamsters from a widely-shared study used as evidence that masks do work. They aren't wearing any masks.

The researchers said masks helped hamsters stay coronavirus-free, though they didn't wear them on their faces. But other researchers have questions.

27 May 11:57 Business Insider 6060062399654393904.html
These are the hamsters from a widely-shared study used as evidence that masks do work. They aren't wearing any masks., Business Insider - Business Insider Singapore

Business Insider - The researchers said masks helped hamsters stay coronavirus-free, though they didn't wear them on their faces. But other researchers have questions.. Read more at businessinsider.sg

27 May 11:57 www.businessinsider.sg 5090408755885635632.html
These are the hamsters from a widely-shared study used as evidence that masks do work. They aren’t wearing any masks.

Surgical masks may help keep hamsters’ cages coronavirus-free, but it’s still unclear how much extra protection they provide to healthy people, when out and about in the real world.

27 May 11:57 Business Insider Malaysia 8325046882470066224.html
Heatwave Continues In North India, Mercury Nears 50-Degree In Rajasthan

27 May 00:30 2 articles

In pictures | Heatwave adds to nation's miseries

The ongoing heatwave over several parts of north and central India is likely to continue during the next 24 hours, the India Meteorological Department said on Wednesday, even as the southwest monsoon

27 May 00:30 The Hindu 6679535025382943112.html
Heatwave Continues In North India, Mercury Nears 50-Degree In Rajasthan

Parts of northern and western India reeled under scorching heat on Wednesday, with temperatures hovering near the 50 degree-mark in Rajasthan, while the IMD said no immediate respite is likely from the ongoing heatwave conditions.

27 May 18:53 NDTV.com 5090057680678273948.html
CSIRO using GPS to monitor Australia's wild bovine from space | ZDNet

27 May 00:09 2 articles

CSIRO using GPS to monitor Australia's wild bovine from space | ZDNet

Australia's scientific research organisation has launched a AU$4 million satellite herd-tracking program.

27 May 00:09 ZDNet 591556593388867256.html
Herding wild buffalo and cattle from space

More than 1000 feral buffalo and unmanaged cattle roaming Northern Australia will be tagged and tracked as part of the world's largest satellite herd-tracking program, announced today by Australia's national ...

27 May 12:01 phys.org 3476726122946632618.html
Prospects for global economic recovery look bleak – Reuters poll

27 May 00:00 2 articles

World economic prospects darken, rebound delayed: Reuters poll

World economic prospects darken, rebound delayed: Reuters poll

27 May 00:00 Investing.com 5710361975741335253.html
Prospects for global economic recovery look bleak – Reuters poll

The latest Reuters survey of more than 250 economists over the past few weeks showed that the clouds over the global economic recovery have darkened a

27 May 06:06 FXStreet 4480975639353707773.html
Men do over an hour less unpaid labour a day than women in lockdown, study shows

27 May 12:18 3 articles

Men do over an hour l