1.4.2020 08:40 am
US Attorney General Bill Barr last week said he told federal prisons to free some inmates to lessen the impact of the pandemic.
The prison system in the largest US state of California plans to release about 3,500 non-violent inmates early to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 illness, officials said Tuesday.
The female pit bull, which was not aggressive toward the arresting officers, has been placed in an animal shelter.
Mexico is one of the world’s most dangerous countries for reporters, with more than 100 murdered since 2000.
Last Thursday, Putin told G20 leaders during a conference call that he wanted a moratorium on sanctions as a ‘matter of life and death’.
Several funeral homes have taken to live broadcasting funeral services, hoping to make things easier for grieving relatives and friends denied the chance of a last, personal farewell.
Over the past 24 hours Russia recorded 302 new coronavirus cases — the biggest daily increase so far — taking the national tally to 1,835 cases of coronavirus and nine deaths.
The daily rate of new infections dropped to 4.1 percent — a fraction of the 62 percent level registered a month ago.
The illness has claimed more than 2,500 lives in the country and 776 of those deaths have been in New York, America’s financial capital and most populous city.
The 71-year-old prince, whose age put him among the most-risk category for the disease, is said to be in good health and abiding by government health guidelines.
Medical researchers and engineers have teamed up with Formula One outfit Mercedes to adapt a breathing aid for mass production that could keep coronavirus patients off much-needed ventilators.
‘Can my husband spend the weekend with his mistress?’ – French police inundated with oddball virus queries
‘People are calling for everything and nothing, because they are bored,’ says a cop.
As even rich countries struggle, aid groups warn the toll could be in the millions in low-income countries and war zones such as Syria and Yemen.
She had tested positive for the virus on March 12 after returning from Britain, with her husband subsequently going into self-quarantine as a precautionary measure.
Spain recorded another 832 coronavirus deaths on Saturday, following the pattern of hardest-hit Italy as the epidemic surges through Europe.