|across the continent||大陸中|
|throughout the continent||大陸中|
· The Lancet retracts large study on hydroxychloroquine →
The study itself was huge, including, it claimed, data from 96,000 COVID-19 patients from 671 hospitals on six continents.
The China Post
· Study on safety of malaria drugs for coronavirus retracted →
Even though the Lancet report was not a rigorous test, the observational study had huge impact because of its size, reportedly involving more than 96,000 patients and 671 hospitals on six continents.
· The Lancet retracts study that fueled hydroxychloroquine concerns →
Why it matters: The results of the study, which claimed to have analyzed data from nearly 96,000 patients on six continents, led several governments to ban the use of the anti-malarial drug for coronavirus patients due to safety concerns.
The New York Times
· ‘Europe Finally Got the Message’: Leaders Act Together on Stimulus →
Now, they are the continent’s big spenders.
· Cleanest air on earth discovered in groundbreaking study →
“For example, that the aerosols controlling the properties of SO clouds are strongly linked to ocean biological processes, and that Antarctica appears to be isolated from southward dispersal of microorganisms and nutrient deposition from southern continents.
The Wall Street Journal
· Forget Hamilton—Europeans Need a Madison Moment →
A certain kind of European heart is aflutter over the possibility that the Continent is approaching its “Hamilton moment.” The coronavirus crisis, the thinking goes, might finally push the European Union into the fiscal federalism European integrationists have long desired.
· Coronavirus latest: at a glance →
The World Health Organization’s director for Africa, Dr Matshidiso Moeti, has said current statistics for the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the continent are broadly accurate, amid concerns that low levels of testing, poor infrastructure and a lack of cooperation from some governments may be disguising the true extent of the disease’s spread.
· Virus could hamper Africa's climate change response : IMF →
The continent has recorded more than 163,000 infections and at least 4,600 fatalities to date, according to an AFP tally.
The China Post
· South Africa’s hotspot limits most testing to above age 55 →
The province alone has more confirmed cases than any other country on the 54-nation continent except Egypt.
· Italy targets quick return of football fans to stadiums →
The only exception on the continent in the last three months has been Belarus, where football never stopped and fans kept attending games.