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Alaska Governor on Coronavirus Response

Alaska Governor on Coronavirus Response

Republican Governor Mike Dunleavy of Alaska discusses how the coronavirus has impacted Alaska.
Bloomberg
Stress Symptoms: What To Watch For

Stress Symptoms: What To Watch For

In today's fast-paced world, stress is common, but often people don't know the symptoms and signs which cause the mind and body to pay a high price.
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Stringr
Can You Overdose On Marijuana?

Can You Overdose On Marijuana?

The controversial question of whether or not you can overdose on marijuana is often discussed among those who frequently use it.
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Stringr
Why You Should Never Combine Diet And Exercise After 40

Why You Should Never Combine Diet And Exercise After 40

Many women regret not starting their health and weight loss routines earlier in life, causing them to suddenly go too hard on themselves at an age where it can be physically and mentally harmful.
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Stringr
Repressed Emotions: Finding And Releasing Them

Repressed Emotions: Finding And Releasing Them

Chances are there are some deeply buried emotions inside of you that refuse to recognize.
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Stringr
WHO Director Is 'Deeply Concerned' About Rising Numbers of Covid-19 Deaths

WHO Director Is 'Deeply Concerned' About Rising Numbers of Covid-19 Deaths

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said he is "deeply concerned" about the rapid escalation of Covid-19 cases, as the death toll has doubled in the past week and growth in the number of infections has been almost exponential in the pa...
Bloomberg
Ontario launches new $50 million fund for medical production

Ontario launches new $50 million fund for medical production

Ontario is launching a $50 million fund to help businesses retool their operations to produce medical equipment and personal protective gear for front-line workers. The province says the money will go to the most viable, innovative proposals that ...
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Canadian Press
T-Mobile and Sprint officially complete merger

T-Mobile and Sprint officially complete merger

In a marriage long in the making, T-Mobile and Sprint officially completed their $23 billion merger, creating a wireless combination that's better able to compete in the 5G race. Conway G. Gittens has more.
Reuters Business
Ivanka Trump on helping small businesses during the coronavirus crisis

Ivanka Trump on helping small businesses during the coronavirus crisis

Senior Adviser to President Trump, Ivanka Trump, joined Yahoo Finance for her first remote interview, to discuss how the $2 trillion fiscal stimulus bill will be helping small businesses.
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Press Association
Top 10 Most Improved Queens on RuPaul’s Drag Race

Top 10 Most Improved Queens on RuPaul’s Drag Race

The most improved queens on “RuPaul’s Drag” race prove that practice makes fabulous. For this list, we’ll be looking at the contestants with the most impressive progress on “Drag Race.”
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Family friend speaks about 13-year-old virus victim

Family friend speaks about 13-year-old virus victim

Family friend speaks about 13-year-old Ismail Mohamed Abdulwahab death
ITN
Navy Has Taken 1,000 Sailors Off USS Roosevelt, Modly Says

Navy Has Taken 1,000 Sailors Off USS Roosevelt, Modly Says

Acting U.S. Navy Secretary Thomas Modly speaks at a news conference about the coronavirus outbreak on board the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
Bloomberg
Caylee Hammack's band starts landscaping after gigs postponed

Caylee Hammack's band starts landscaping after gigs postponed

Country singer Caylee Hammack lost all her gigs for two months due to the spreading coronavirus, so her bandmates decided to start a side business doing lawncare to make money in the meantime.
Associated Press
Virus isolation booths to protect health workers

Virus isolation booths to protect health workers

Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston has designed a freestanding coronavirus testing isolation booth they hope will protect medical workers examining new patients and reduce the use of scarce disposable personal protective equipment.
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Associated Press
Assam COVID-19 Cases Rise To 5, All Attended Delhi Mosque Event

Assam COVID-19 Cases Rise To 5, All Attended Delhi Mosque Event

Four people who attended the Nizamuddin congregation event in Delhi have tested positive for coronavirus in Assam a day after a 52-year-old cleric became the first COVID-19 case in the state. The cases are from different parts of the state and wer...
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NDTV
UK ramps up health worker testing

UK ramps up health worker testing

Testing of frontline staff will go from the thousands to hundreds of thousands within the coming weeks, Public Health England's Medical Director Yvonne Doyle said on Wednesday.
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Reuters
WATCH | 1 April: Health Ministry confirms 1 380 cases, no rise in coronavirus death toll

WATCH | 1 April: Health Ministry confirms 1 380 cases, no rise in coronavirus death toll

Health minister Zweli Mkhize announced on Wednesday that South Africa's positive Covid-19 cases stood at 1 380 - an increase of 27 cases from Tuesday.
24.com
People get tested at a drive-thru coronavirus location in Florida

People get tested at a drive-thru coronavirus location in Florida

People get tested at a coronavirus drive-thru testing site, which was set up in the parking lot of the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
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AFP
Fed's Rosengren Says Main Street Lending Program Two Weeks Away

Fed's Rosengren Says Main Street Lending Program Two Weeks Away

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren says the roll-out of a new lending program for small-and-medium-sized U.S. companies may still be "another couple" of weeks away. He spoke to Bloomberg's Mike McKee.
Bloomberg
Colony Capital Working on 'Multiple Deals,' Incoming CEO Says

Colony Capital Working on 'Multiple Deals,' Incoming CEO Says

Marc Ganzi, incoming Colony Capital chief executive officer, discusses the need for digital infrastructure amid the coronavirus outbreak with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg Markets."
Bloomberg
Californian kids take online yoga classes to stay healthy amid pandemic

Californian kids take online yoga classes to stay healthy amid pandemic

As Californians are asked to stay at home and schools are closed, some preschools are using online tools to keep the kids active and connected. Little Beans Preschool in Berkeley is offering yoga classes to all its students twice a week.
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AFP
Sophie Turner enjoying coronavirus lockdown with Joe Jonas

Sophie Turner enjoying coronavirus lockdown with Joe Jonas

Sophie Turner is "kind of loving" being in coronavirus lockdown alongside her husband Joe Jonas.
Cover Media
Pence tours Va. Walmart warehouse, thanks workers

Pence tours Va. Walmart warehouse, thanks workers

Vice President Mike Pence visited the Walmart Distribution Center in Gordonsville, Virginia Wednesday to tour the facility and encourage the workers who operate and manage the supply chain operation.
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Associated Press
Coronavirus: WHO concerned at 'rapid escalation' of pandemic as deaths double in a week

Coronavirus: WHO concerned at 'rapid escalation' of pandemic as deaths double in a week

World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says he is concerned about the recent "rapid escalation" and global spread of the new coronavirus pandemic. "The number of deaths has more than doubled in the past week... in the next few ...
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AFP
Irish emergency services surprise young boy for his birthday during lockdown

Irish emergency services surprise young boy for his birthday during lockdown

The Irish Garda have surprised a young boy from Cork on his birthday, in an effort to cheer him up during the nationwide Covid-19 lockdown.
Press Association
One Tests Positive For Coronavirus In Mumbai's Dharavi, Building Sealed

One Tests Positive For Coronavirus In Mumbai's Dharavi, Building Sealed

A man who tested positive for the highly contagious coronavirus in Mumbai's Dharavi, the largest slum cluster in Asia, has died. The patient was shifted to the Sion hospital earlier this evening, sources said. The other seven residents of the hou...
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NDTV
UP Reports First 2 COVID-19 Deaths, Total Positive Cases Cross 100

UP Reports First 2 COVID-19 Deaths, Total Positive Cases Cross 100

Uttar Pradesh has reported its first two deaths due to coronavirus infection today with one casualty each in Basti and Meerut districts as the total number of COVID-19 cases in the state rose to 116.
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NDTV
U.S. standing down on plan for border troops: Trudeau

U.S. standing down on plan for border troops: Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the United States appears to have backed off on its plan to send soldiers to the Canada-U.S. border. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security had been floating the idea to help U.S. Customs and Border Protection ...
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Canadian Press
Trudeau says duration of COVID-19 measures depends on obeying health authorities

Trudeau says duration of COVID-19 measures depends on obeying health authorities

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the longer it takes for all Canadians to follow the rules and stay home the longer it will be before life can return to normal. In his daily briefing to Canadians Wednesday, Trudeau said the length of the lockdow...
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Canadian Press
Royal Enfield Bullet 350, Maruti Suzuki March Sales, Bajaj Pulsar 180F

Royal Enfield Bullet 350, Maruti Suzuki March Sales, Bajaj Pulsar 180F

The top automotive stories of the day – Royal Enfield has launched the Bullet 350. Maruti Suzuki’s March sales decline by 47%. Bajaj launches the BS6 Pulsar 180F.
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NDTV
War Chest PE Capital Calls Won't Be 'Looked on Fondly': Neuberger's Tutrone

War Chest PE Capital Calls Won't Be 'Looked on Fondly': Neuberger's Tutrone

Tony Tutrone, head of alternatives at Neuberger Berman, says some private equity firms are making unnecessary capital calls only to "build up a war chest." He speaks to Bloomberg's Sonali Basak on "Bloomberg Markets"-
Bloomberg
Austria makes wearing masks compulsory

Austria makes wearing masks compulsory

From next week, Austrians will be forced to wear a face mask when they do their shopping, despite the World Health Organization being sceptical of the benefits.
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Reuters
Kim Kardashian jokes self-isolation has put her off having more children

Kim Kardashian jokes self-isolation has put her off having more children

Kim Kardashian has joked the coronavirus quarantine has sealed her decision not to have any more kids.
Cover Media
COVID-19 survivors speak: 'You feel breathless and you understand it may be your last breath'

COVID-19 survivors speak: 'You feel breathless and you understand it may be your last breath'

We hear a lot about COVID-19 death tolls. But what about the people who survive the disease?
Euronews
Leo Varadkar: Expect delays amid Covid-19 test shortages

Leo Varadkar: Expect delays amid Covid-19 test shortages

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar talks during a tour of a new facility in Citywest, Dublin, for people who need to self-isolate, where he admits there are going to be delays to testing due to shortages. He told reporters he understands the anxiety and worr...
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Press Association
It's Getting Bleak in New York City, Hospital Workers Say

It's Getting Bleak in New York City, Hospital Workers Say

Heath care workers in New York City say the outlook is getting bleak, as hospitals struggle to cope with the influx of coronavirus patients.
Bloomberg
BofA's Moynihan Says Employees Have Jobs Through Year, Sees Fast Recovery

BofA's Moynihan Says Employees Have Jobs Through Year, Sees Fast Recovery

Bank of America Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan discusses the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the bank and the U.S. economy with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Balance of Power."
Bloomberg
Virus Update: Spain Sees Spike in Deaths, Global Cases Top 887,000

Virus Update: Spain Sees Spike in Deaths, Global Cases Top 887,000

Spain reported another increase in fatalities, while Italy and Germany moved to extend lockdown measures. Global cases now top 887,000 and more than 44,000 are dead.
Bloomberg
Business Secretary praises small businesses

Business Secretary praises small businesses

Alok Sharma has praised businesses for doing "all they can"
ITN
Coronavirus fuels attacks against Asian Americans

Coronavirus fuels attacks against Asian Americans

The coronavirus pandemic, which originated in China, is fueling attacks against Asian Americans, with more than 1,000 reports of hate incidents ranging from racial slurs to spitting to physical assaults over the past two weeks, advocates say.
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Associated Press
Virus isolation booths to protect health workers

Virus isolation booths to protect health workers

Boston hospital designs freestanding coronavirus testing isolation booths they hope will protect medical workers examining new patients and reduce the use of scarce disposable personal protective equipment
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Associated Press
Business Secretary: Money must reach businesses as quickly as possible

Business Secretary: Money must reach businesses as quickly as possible

Business Secretary Alok Sharma urged banks to help the UK taxpayer and continue to grant loans. Mr Sharma said GBP12 billion in grants for businesses is with local authorities and urged them to pay out "as quickly as possible".
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Press Association
COVID-19 patients quarantined at beachside RV park near LA

COVID-19 patients quarantined at beachside RV park near LA

A number of trailers are being used to isolate coronavirus patients at Dockweiler Beach RV Park near Los Angeles.
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AFP
Dua Lipa puts album leak down to fate amid coronavirus crisis

Dua Lipa puts album leak down to fate amid coronavirus crisis

Dua Lipa is doing her best to adopt an "everything happens for a reason" approach following the online leak of her new album Future Nostalgia.
Cover Media
BofA's Moynihan Says U.S. Will Have a Fast Turnaround After Virus Crisis

BofA's Moynihan Says U.S. Will Have a Fast Turnaround After Virus Crisis

Bank of America Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan says the U.S. economy will recover quickly from the coronavirus pandemic. He speaks during an interview with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Balance of Power."
Bloomberg
Eoin Morgan: Cricket not at the forefront of minds during coronavirus lockdown

Eoin Morgan: Cricket not at the forefront of minds during coronavirus lockdown

EMB 18.00. England cricketer Eoin Morgan speaks to the press from his home via videolink during the UK-wide Covid-19 lockdown. The limited-overs team captain said that cricket was not at the forefront of his team's minds during the ongoing Covid-...
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Press Association
Daily coronavirus briefing: 2,352 people admitted to hospital have died

Daily coronavirus briefing: 2,352 people admitted to hospital have died

Business Secretary Alok Sharma announces that 2,352 people admitted to hospital with coronavirus have died in the UK.
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Press Association
Public Health England: Increase in road traffic since lockdown

Public Health England: Increase in road traffic since lockdown

Professor Yvonne Doyle of Public Health England says statistics show an increase in people driving and reiterates the point that people should stay at home. She also says coronavirus numbers in the Midlands are now a concern.
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Press Association