More than 8,300 people have been arrested since the protests erupted a year ago. But there is deep mistrust of China's opaque legal system in Hong Kong and of how Beijing might use such regulations in the city - the massive protests a year ago were sparked by a now-scrapped bill that would have allowed extraditions to the mainland.
All scheduled commercial passenger flights have been suspended in India since March 25 after the government imposed a lockdown across the country to control the spread of the novel coronavirus . India has recorded more than 138,000 cases of Covid-19 so far. Potential travellers are also likely to be deterred by a lack of clarity on quarantine rules in different states.
O'Brien said that the White House will evaluate other nations in South America to determine if more countries should be added to the list. Last week, Brazil's supreme court chose to release a video recording of an April 22 ministerial meeting, in which Bolsonaro said he wanted to change security officials, their bosses or even ministers to stop his family and friends from getting "screwed".
Japan implemented its state of emergency in Tokyo and nearby prefectures in mid-April and expanded the order less than two weeks later to include the entire country. A government task force was set to convene following Abe's new conference, and the lifting state of emergency would take effect after that meeting.
The most recent development would be a change in direction for the UK. He said: "It was obvious that it's becoming increasingly hard [for ministers] to get through legislation that would give a legal basis for Huawei to be in the advanced 5G network".
We'll be able to buy alcohol for home consumption, exercise throughout the day, and all sectors of the economy will open with the exception of hotels, restaurants, bars, gyms, and other recreational facilities. Mr Ramaphosa identified seven cities as "coronavirus hotspots", including the administrative capital Pretoria, the financial hub Johannesburg and the coastal city of Cape Town.