“Ease” in the news
|chapel of ease|
|ease of access|
|ease of use|
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· Seoul stocks open higher on Wall Street gains →
SEOUL, June 3 (Yonhap) -- South Korean shares opened sharply higher Wednesday, taking a cue from overnight Wall Street gains amid hopes of economic reopening and eased Sino-American political turmoil.
· Big push for local tourism →
While the government has reopened many more businesses and activities under its third phase of easing of the countrywide lockdown, the tourism sector remains a laggard as many tourists are still hesitant about travelling.
· Coronavirus: Ministers urged to pay wages of people told to self-isolate under test and trace scheme →
But concerns have been raised that workers could be plunged into financial hardship if they comply with the programme, which aims to curb infection rates as lockdown measures are eased.
· Dollar loses safe-haven shine, sends euro to 11-week high →
“It seems that investors continued placing bets on the prospect of a global economic recovery as governments around the globe continue to ease their lockdown measures,” Pissouros said.
The New York Times
· After Months of Coronavirus Isolation, George Floyd Protests Draw Shoulder-to-Shoulder Crowds →
Most Americans had been under stay-at-home orders for months to slow the coronavirus pandemic, restrictions that were gradually eased throughout May, freeing people in many states to begin venturing back into shops and restaurants.
· New York protestors march towards Trump Tower →
Paris' famous street-side cafes will reopen Tuesday, while restrictions are also being eased in parts of Latin America.
The New York Times
· 15 West Point Cadets Test Positive for Coronavirus →
But there are steps you can take to ease your way back into regular exercise safely.
· Bolivia strains under coronavirus pandemic as cases top 10,000 →
Bolivian authorities are doing door-to-door checks in regions with severe coronavirus outbreaks as it looks to stem the spread of COVID-19 infections which have risen above 10,000, even as the country eases quarantine measures that have hammered growth.
· Panama protest over lifting of COVID-19 quarantine →
The unions called on the government to more gradually ease confinement measures to lessen the possibility of a fresh spike in infections.