COVID-19 cases rose to 236 in India after 63 fresh cases were reported in a day. He said this provided "hope for the rest of the world that even the most severe situation can be turned around". On Thursday, England's chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty said the vast majority of people in all age groups would recover from COVID-19.
Boris Johnson said the government would be continually assessing the situation around pubs and cafes and other requested closures "to see if we can relax any of these measures". "These steps we are taking are meant to be temporary and I am confident, given time, the United Kingdom economy will bounce back". Mr Johnson said the restrictions on pubs and cafes and other premises would be reviewed on a monthly basis as he appealed to people to stay at home "as far as possible".
Other sales were reported last month by Sens. The couple sold stocks that have dived and bought one that has risen slightly since the virus that emerged in Wuhan, China, went global and has wreaked havoc on financial markets worldwide. "People are losing their jobs, their businesses, their savings and even their lives and the thought of a Senator profiting off of the crisis is sickening", Collins said in a statement.
It's expected to cost around $1 trillion. With these emergency powers, the Trump administration can pull on the country's installed industrial base to swiftly produce materials needed in a national crisis. Ahead of the vote to adopt the House-passed aid package, McConnell stressed solutions that would put money into hands of businesses quickly. "But people who need liquidity, we're going to make sure that the taxpayers are compensated fairly", he asserted.
States and territories will work on a relief package for Australians who rent their home to protect them from eviction as the coronavirus crisis worsens, it's been announced. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said the virus was creating too much uncertainty to craft a budget. Qantas and Jetstar announced Thursday that they were suspending global flights from late march until at least the end of May and stand down two-thirds of 30,000 employees in response to government restrictions.
The Chinese province of Hubei has reportedly tallied zero new coronavirus (COVID-19) infections for the first time since the virus emerged in the city of Wuhan , marking a sizable victory in the battle against the pandemic. The plan would only apply to flights operated by Chinese carriers, it said. There were 0 newly confirmed cases in Hubei (0 in Wuhan), 795 newly cured cases (733 in Wuhan), 8 new deaths (6 in Wuhan), and 6792 confirmed cases (6,674 in Wuhan).