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Hong Kong suspends all schools due to surge in coronavirus cases

File picture: On April 24, 2020, in Hong Kong, China, after the outbreak of COVID-19, students took the DSE exam. Jerome Favre / Pool by REUTERS Hong Kong (Reuters)-The Hong Kong Education Bureau announced Friday that all schools will be closed on Monday because of a surge in locally transmitted coronavirus cases, which has heightened concerns about the spread of …

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May spread coronavirus indoors

LONDON (AP)-The World Health Organization (WHO) has recognized the possibility that COVID-19 may spread in the air under certain conditions-more than 200 scientists have urged the agency to do so. Open letter Published in a journal this week, two scientists from Australia and the United States wrote that the study showed that “no doubt, during exhalation, conversation and coughing, the …

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Georgia’s election officials plan to solve problems at the initial stage

The Georgia State Secretary of State’s office is working with county election officials to avoid another June chaotic primary election, which includes hours of voting. The poll workers’ work will be advertised through social media, newspapers and radio. Technical experts will be sent to set up voting equipment. State election officials will tell the county which places need to be …

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Fossi says partisan relations are hurting U.S. response to Covid-19

Fiveci’s podcast on “Covid-19” said on “Podcast-19”: “From a political perspective, you must cover your eyes and cover your ears, thinking that we are not living in a very divided society now. “ “I mean, this is just unfortunate, but this is the fact. And, from historical experience, you will know that when you do not agree on a certain …

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Macron gave up the idea of ​​Notre Dame’s modern minaret

He said: “Notre Dame de Paris is a symbol of the country and the world.” It brings people together, and its separation from its world-famous building will have a “split effect.” “For modernity, will we paint the White House red?” said Mr. Leniod. Mr. Macron’s decision was made after a proposal unanimously adopted by the architects of the National Heritage …

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Coronavirus: Idlib’s first Covid-19 case raises concerns about Syrian refugee camp

Image copyright Getty Images illustrate Aid organization fears coronavirus could damage refugee camps in northwest Syria A province mainly controlled by rebels in northwestern Syria has confirmed the first case of coronavirus, raising fears of a mass devastation outbreak in crowded camps for displaced people. The aid organization said a doctor was infected with the virus at a hospital in …

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The late Seoul Mayor Park Won-sun left an apology will

The late Seoul Mayor Park Won-sun left a will to apologize before his death. Park, 64, was found dead in a wooded hill in northern Seoul a few hours after she disappeared on suspicion of sexual harassment on Friday. Police said there were no signs of crime at the scene, but refused to disclose the cause of death. Park said …

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Former New Zealand Prime Minister Clark accepted the WHO COVID-19 review mission, saying this will happen again

Wellington (Reuters)-New Zealand’s former Prime Minister Helen Clark warned that if the world’s response to the flu pandemic remains “unprepared”, then after the World Health Organization (WHO) appoints her, New Zealand will face the future The economic, social and political crisis led the review of the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic. FILE PHOTO: Helen Clark, a former Prime Minister …

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Congress releases decrypted Pentagon document showing US troops deployed have been exposed to dangerous toxins

The base in question is a former Soviet military facility in southern Uzbekistan called Kashi-Hanabad Air Force Base, often called “K2”. In the campaign against Al Qaeda and the Taliban, the base was the main logistics hub of the US military in Afghanistan immediately after the 9/11 attacks. Hundreds of thousands of U.S. troops were stationed there from 2001 to …

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