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· In Bolsonaro's Brazil, everyone else is to blame for virus →
The refusal of governors to fall into line with his decree allowing gyms to open, he said, verged on authoritarianism.
The Rio Times
· Chloroquine Ban Battle Gathers Strength in the Brazilian Senate →
A draft legislative decree is being considered to prevent the drug from being recommended.
The Rio Times
· US Announce Entry Ban on Brazilian Travelers Due to Coronavirus →
Foreigners who have spent 14 days in Brazil will not be able to enter the country, with some exceptions, according to a decree signed by President Donald Trump.
The Japan Times
· Japanese government panel says time right to lift emergency in five prefectures →
Economy Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura said the government’s advisory panel had approved the plan, setting off a process to lift the measure later Monday for the areas still under the decree, a week ahead of schedule.
· Further reopenings set for June →
On March 26, the government invoked the emergency decree with the aim of limiting people's movements and forcing them to stay at home in a bid to stop the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.
· Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid-al-Fitr amid curfews, coronavirus restrictions →
The CFCM said the government decree didn’t give mosques enough time to procure masks and hand gel to ensure that gatherings don’t turn into super-spreading events.
The New York Times
· Push to Reopen Houses of Worship in Europe and Mideast Brings Perils and Tensions →
The decree lifting the ban with immediate effect was issued late on Friday and caught most of France’s religious leaders off guard.
· Madrid and Barcelona follow starkly different paths out of lockdown →
In Barcelona, the city authorities have decreed that to compensate for losses incurred by social distancing, the 5,500 bars and restaurants that have licensed terraces may apply to extend the terrace to accommodate four more tables, each with four chairs.
· Elon Musk's Crew Dragon puts America back in the space race →
Only when Americans returned – in a new fleet of their own spaceships – was that flag to be brought back to Earth, it was decreed.