As Mumbai’s death toll crosses 1,100, doctors have increased screening and testing in the slums.
“Our food has long finished. I have no money and I am contemplating to go back like others, because I will die of hunger here,” said one refugee.
Orthodox Christians in the former Soviet nation will continue to gather for worship. The government and clergy have agreed to keep churches open for the holiday, which critics say will spread disease. Some bishops argue that church attendance can heal.
The feds are waiving rules and penalties against doctors and companies who can now diagnose patience through Zoom, Skype and other videoconferencing for the first time.
Embattled Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro’s comments to a woman with six children went viral just as coronavirus arrived to tax the nation’s already precarious health system.
Ben Schiffer and his wife Rebecca Starr found themselves stranded in Australia with no flight, no job and no idea what to do next. Schiffer, assistant head of rigging for Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios, had been touring with the company for five years straight. As the entertainment industry faces the cost of the coronavirus crisis, […]