- CNN - By Caitlin Hu, CNN
(CNN) — Don't kiss. Tell clients to wash their hands before they touch you. Wear a mask. Avoid face-to-face positions. And even: Put on a nurse costume and pull out a thermometer -- if his temperature
- The Telegraph
Q: I have a small chain of shops that have been closed since lockdown. I’ve heard high street horror stories about lack of footfall and sales up to 75pc down on last year. I hope to reopen early in June.
- The Washington Post - Adriana Usero
The research sought an answer to a key question: Was social distancing effective in 1918 as a way of slowing the spread of the disease and saving lives? Navarro said cities that closed schools and banned
- FOX Business - Fox Business
NEW YORK (AP) — Many business owners are changing the way they make money as they attempt to recoup revenue lost to the coronavirus outbreak. The changes can look subtle; for example, when owners of clothing
Australians are beginning to act as if the coronavirus is defeated. The biggest danger now is complacencyThe Guardian - Jason Wilson
It is a terrible irony that in the world’s wealthiest economy the food supply has been stuttering A persistent Australian trait is to be absent-minded about its location in the world, or to imagine it
Coronavirus updates LIVE: Four Australian states report no new COVID-19 cases for more than a week as global cases surpasssmh.com.au - Latika Bourke
Four days of work, followed by 10 days of lockdown could help prevent another wave of infections. Here's how the idea comparesBusiness Insider - Aria Bendix
Researchers have a plan to mitigate the risk of a second wave of coronavirus infections — a scenario many experts think is likely. For some, it's an alternating cycle of four days at the office, then days
Coronavirus UK LIVE: Death toll hits 36,793 as Boris Johnson defends Dominic Cummings at tonight's press briefingthescottishsun.co.uk - Samantha Lock
- The Wall Street Journal. - Natasha Khan
More than 5.3 million people have been infected world-wide; U.S. adds travel restrictions on hard-hit Brazil People wearing masks visited the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., on Sunday. U.S.