HEADLINES • IMF declares global recession • Indiana reports 1,514 COVID-19 cases, New York registers 7,195 • Britain orders for 10,000 ventilators • 1million Israelis to be out of work before Passover
Bloomberg: Italy reports a second straight daily decline in the number of deaths from coronavirus
Coronavirus Cases Soar Across The U.S., And Officials Say Worse Is Yet To Come
There are reports that the Dutch government is recalling around 600,000 defective masks that were recently shipped from China and had been distributed to various hospitals in the Netherlands.
One million Israelis will be permanently out of work before Passover, official says
Indiana reports 1,514 COVID-19 cases, as number of confirmed infections rise
French former Minister Patrick Devedjian, 75, becomes most senior politician in Europe to die of coronavirus
ABCWorld News: New York State registers 7,195 new cases, with total cases surpassing 59,000. 965 people have died from the novel coronavirus
NYDaily: A medical plane headed for Japan burst into flames in the Philippines. All eight people aboard, including an American and Canadian, were killed.
IMF declares global recession and doubles the size if its financial war chest
Domestic violence cases jump 30% during lockdown in France
Germany's government is debating how much privacy should and can be protected amid a pandemic.
Maryland man arrested for hosting 60 people at a bonfire party
NYDaily: Nurses at a Bronx hospital pleaded for more protective gear to treat coronavirus patients, blasting official claims that there are enough supplies for healthcare workers.
Two nurses at Jacobi Medical Center have now contracted the illness because of a lack of equipment, they said.
Bloomberg: Italy reported more than double the rate of doctors who’ve died from Covid-19 than China. This confirms many doctors suspicions: those on the front lines are most at risk
Reuters: Britain has placed an order for 10,000 ventilators to be made by a consortium of companies including Ford, Airbus and Rolls-Royce as part of efforts to fight coronavirus, an industry source told Reuters.
Africanews: Coronavirus - Rwanda, two Nigerian states 'feeding' poor amid restrictions
The death toll from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in the African continent has reached 134 as confirmed positives cases surpassed 4,282 as of Sunday, the Africa Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) revealed
Indonesia may soon quarantine almost 30 million people in its capital and surrounding areas to curb the spread of the coronavirus
NYDaily: Orlando McDaniel, a Louisiana State football and track star who played one season in the NFL with the Denver Broncos, has died at 59 of coronavirus.
Dubai Property Prices Could Fall to Levels Last Seen in 2010.
The widening coronavirus pandemic could see prices tumble.