They - they've gone through the approval process; it's been approved. They shot down it out of many, many months into instant. The US President reportedly claimed that the drug will be available "almost immediately". However, at least 40 African countries, including Nigeria, have phased it out as a frontline antimalarial drug and replaced it with other drugs following widespread resistance to it.
When asked if she was afraid, Ms Ardern said "no, because we have a plan, we have a window we are utilising that some countries did not". Without them, her advice is that tens of thousands of lives will be at risk and health services would be inundated.
A 15-year-old boy has died and dozens of people have been injured after a 5.3 magnitude quake hit Croatia this morning, sparking blazes, cracking buildings and crushing cars under falling slabs of concrete. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever or coughing. The city was hit by other, weaker earthquakes on Sunday and on Monday.
He added that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has also been directed to set up four large federal medical stations with 1,000 beds for NY, eight large federal medical stations with 2,000 beds for California and three large federal medical stations with 1,000 beds for the State of Washington .
In a televised address, Chancellor Angela Merkel said "our own behaviour" was the "most effective way" of slowing the rate of infection. Restaurants, which were previously allowed to remain open as long as they seated customers two metres apart, will be allowed to stay open but provide only delivery and takeout services.
The weapons flew 410 kilometers (255 miles), according to South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff. "Our military is monitoring the situation in case there are additional launches and maintaining a readiness posture". The recent military moves appear to have been meant to beef up leader Kim's internal grip on power amid fears over the spread of COVID-19 and economic difficulties.