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Peru launches $ 8.8B assistance program for companies affected by COVID-19

Peruvian President Martín Vizcarra said the government has launched an economic program with a fund of 30 billion sols ($ 8.8 billion) to help medium and small companies affected by the crisis caused by a new type of coronavirus. "(This program) provides credit guarantees in the amount of up to 30...

Tesla Supplies Free Ventilators For Immediate Patients And Not For Storing

Tesla is supplying ventilators that the company has purchased from China to hospitals that are in short of the life saving device, while the shipping cost is also on the company. Tesla makes a crucial medical supply to healthcare systems across the globe. Contributing to help people amid the...

India Turns Train Coaches Into Isolation Wards For COVID-19 Patients

India has prepared a prototype train coach for coronavirus patients as they need to be kept in isolation, while it awaits for approval to prepare the same in larger scale. India has plans of using train coaches as isolation ward for the victims of coronavirus as the country is facing an increase in...

Aerospace Consortium To Build Ten Thousand Ventilator In Britain

British government continues to ramp up its ventilator acquisition to meet its projected requirements. Britain has placed an order for over ten thousand ventilators to a consortium made of expert “aerospace, engineering and Formula One racing teams” that responded to the urgent plea of the...

US Ambassador To UK Holds China Responsible For Global Spread Of Coronavirus

China has endangered the entire world by not making the known the actual figures and the outbreak of the coronavirus in the country at the beginning which had allowed the spread of Covid-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, all across the world resulting in a pandemic, said the United States...

China to lift quarantine in Wuhan on April 8

From April 8, China will cancel the quarantine regime in Wuhan, from where the coronavirus began to spread in the world. Starting from this date, authorities will allow travelling to the city again, and residents will be able to travel outside of Wuhan and the entire Hubei province. Last week, the...

British Government Hires Former Nestle’s Executive For ‘War Room’ Food Security

Chris Tyas joins DEFRA as its Food Supply’s Director to contain situation over food security as the COVID-19 pandemic deepens. Chris Tyas, a former executive of Nestle, was appointed by the government of Britain to take charge of a “war room” designed to look into the country’s food security when...

Canada, Australia refuse to send athletes to Olympics 2020

Against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canadian Olympic Committee and the Canadian Paralympic Committee decided not to send their athletes to the Tokyo Olympics if the event is held on schedule, reports CBC. The Olympics are scheduled in Tokyo from July 24 to August 9. A similar...

Plans For A Possible Delay Of Olympics Being Formulated By Tokyo Organizers: Reuters

While the Japanese government has taken a stance of not postponing the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games, organizers of the games have started drafting possible alternatives of shifting the Olympics this summer, reported the news agency Reuters citing two sources familiar with the talks.   The...

Maduro says Venezuela will receive UN assistance to fight coronavirus

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced readiness of the UN to support the government of the republic in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. According to the Venezuelan government, six new cases of coronavirus infection are being registered in the country per day, the total number of...
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