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Japanese mayor says men should grocery shop during pandemic as women ‘take a longer time’

The mayor of Osaka  is facing a public backlash after he suggested men are better suited to grocery shopping during the coronavirus pandemic, because women take too long and contribute to overcrowding at supermarkets. By Friday morning there were nearly 1,500 coronavirus cases in Osaka and the prefecture that surrounds it, making it the second …

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First people injected as UK starts human trials for coronavirus vaccine

The first volunteers have been injected with doses of a coronavirus vaccine being trialled in the UK. Scientists at University of Oxford’s Jenner Institute have begun Europe’s first human trial by administering injections. More than 800 volunteers are taking part in the trial of the vaccine, which was developed in under three months. A scientists …

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China Chamber of Commerce donates N48m to Nigeria to fight Coronavirus

The China General Chamber of Commerce in Nigeria has donated N48 million to support the Federal Government’s efforts to contain the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in the country. Boss Mustapha, Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), made this known in a statement signed by Willie Bassey Director, Information office of the SGF, on Thursday …

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Two cats in New York state become first US pets to test positive for coronavirus

Two cats have become the first pets in the United States to test positive for coronavirus, federal agencies announced Wednesday in a release recommending a number of precautions pet owners should take. Both animals, which are from separate areas of New York state, had minor respiratory symptoms and are expected to make a full recovery, …

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Coronavirus pandemic will cause global famines of ‘biblical proportions,’ UN warns

The world is at risk of widespread famines “of biblical proportions” caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the UN has warned. More than 30 countries in the developing world could experience widespread famine, and in 10 of those countries there are already more than 1 million people on the brink of starvation, said David Beasley, executive …

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Mysterious hacker returns £20m crypto-currencies after stealing it from dForce

A mysterious hacker has reportedly returned £20million worth of stolen funds to a Chinese crypto-currency exchange platform dForce after keeping them for two days. A sum of $25million (£20million) funds in a variety of crypto-currencies was illegally drained from the trading site on Sunday, according to the founder of dForce. The platform founder Mindao Yang …

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Lebanese puts Nigerian woman up for sale on Facebook

A Lebanese, identified as Jerro, on Tuesday, announced the sale of a Nigerian woman on Facebook. Jerro, who resides in Beirut Lebanon, sent in an image alongside the data page of the 30-year-old Nigerian, Peace Busari Ufuoma on a Facebook group called ‘Buy and Sell Lebanon.’ He also placed a $1,000 bill on the domestic …

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Georgia to reopen some businesses as early as Friday

Georgia’s governor announced plans Monday to restart the state’s economy before the end of the week, saying many businesses that closed to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus could reopen as early as Friday. Kemp announced plans to allow gyms, bowling alleys, hair and nail salons, massage therapists and more to reopen their doors as …

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MADAGASCAR PRESIDENT UNVEILS A LOCAL HERBAL REMEDY THAT CAN ALLEGEDY CURE CORONAVIRUS

The president of Madagascar Andry Rajoelina has officially launched a local herbal remedy claimed to prevent and cure the novel coronavirus. “Tests have been carried out — two people have now been cured by this treatment,” Rajoelina told ministers, diplomats and journalists at the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research (IMRA), which developed the beverage. “This …

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coronavirus: US lawyers sue China for trillions for ‘allowing virus outbreak to erupt before covering its tracks’

A GROUP of lawyers have said they are suing China for trillions of dollars for the economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The suit, filed in Florida last month, has claimants from over 40 countries and alleges that negligence and cover-ups by the Chinese Communist Party allowed the deadly virus to break out. A …

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