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China starts to report asymptomatic coronavirus cases

1 April[ —]

China starts to report asymptomatic coronavirus casesChinese health authorities began on Wednesday reporting on asymptomatic cases of the coronavirus as part of an effort to allay public fears that people could be spreading the virus without knowing they are infected with it. China, where the coronavirus emerged late last year, has managed to bring its outbreak under control and is easing travel restrictions in virus hot spots. Up to now, the number of known asymptomatic cases has been classified, and it is not included in the official data, though the South China Morning Post newspaper, citing unpublished official documents, recently said it was more than 40,000.



Coronavirus confusion in Russia after Putin announced a nationwide vacation and people took to the streets. Two days later the Kremlin had to clarify people were meant to stay at home.

1 April[ —]

Coronavirus confusion in Russia after Putin announced a nationwide vacation and people took to the streets. Two days later the Kremlin had to clarify people were meant to stay at home.Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told reporters: "It's not days off or holidays in the classical understanding of that word."



Former Energy Secretary Rick Perry warns COVID-19 threatens US energy sector

1 April[ —]

Former Energy Secretary Rick Perry warns COVID-19 threatens US energy sector	This is about national security, says former Energy Secretary Rick Perry.



Captain of aircraft carrier asks U.S. Navy to evacuate crew amid 'accelerating' COVID-19 outbreak

1 April[ —]

Captain of aircraft carrier asks U.S. Navy to evacuate crew amid 'accelerating' COVID-19 outbreakThe Navy captain said conditions on the ship are conducive to the spread of the coronavirus. "We are not at war. Sailors do not need to die," he said.



Women who left N.Y. for China amid U.S. coronavirus outbreak document their journey

31 March[ —]

Women who left N.Y. for China amid U.S. coronavirus outbreak document their journey“Because we're kind of in between these two cultures, we also understand both. So it feels like our experience could speak to both of the audiences.”



Trump says another coronavirus stimulus should include up to $2 trillion for infrastructure

31 March[ —]

Trump says another coronavirus stimulus should include up to $2 trillion for infrastructureA week after signing a record $2 trillion anti-coronavirus stimulus bill, President Donald Trump now wants to emphasize roads and bridges.



Venezuela prosecutor's office summoned Guaido for 'attempted coup'

31 March[ —]

Venezuela prosecutor's office summoned Guaido for 'attempted coup'State prosecutors in Venezuela have summoned opposition leader Juan Guaido for an alleged "attempted coup d'etat" and attempted assassination, Attorney General Tarek William Saab announced Tuesday. In a statement broadcast on state television, Saab said Guaido had been summoned to appear before prosecutors next Thursday following an investigation last week into the seizure of a weapons cache in neighboring Colombia that he said was to be smuggled into Venezuela.



Fauci suggests U.S. would broaden mask recommendations if it had enough

31 March[ —]

Fauci suggests U.S. would broaden mask recommendations if it had enoughDr. Anthony Fauci sees some positive news finally coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic.Fauci, the U.S.'s top infectious disease doctor who's leading its coronavirus response, spoke to CNN's Jim Sciutto on Tuesday about the ongoing crisis. While COVID-19 case numbers are still expanding every day, Fauci suggested "we're starting to see glimmers" of social distancing having its intended "dampening effect.""You're starting to see that the daily increases are not in that steep incline, they're starting to be able to possibly flatten out," Fauci said of case numbers across the country. But he was cautious and showed no sign he would recommend lifting stay-at-home orders and social distancing guidelines, saying "I don't want to put too much stock on it, because you don't want to get overconfident, you just want to keep pushing in what you're doing."Fauci also acknowledged America's mass shortage of medical supplies, particularly protective masks. While there aren't enough masks to go around right now, once they are in better supply, "I believe there will be some very serious consideration about more broadening this recommendation of using masks," he said. That topic will be on the table for the White House's coronavirus task force on Tuesday.And as for chloroquine, the drug that has been used for decades to treat malaria that President Trump touted as a possible treatment, Fauci said there hasn't yet been any "definitive evidence that this works" for treating COVID-19.More stories from theweek.com Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is what real coronavirus leadership looks like The case for cautious optimism about the pandemic Walmart to start taking workers' temperatures, providing gloves and masks



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