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· Merck and Novartis join the hunt for a coronavirus vaccine →
However, experts remain unconvinced a vaccine proven to be safe and effective will be available this calendar year.
· Brazil Covid-19 death toll hits 27,878, surpassing hard-hit Spain →
“There is no way to foresee” when the outbreak will peak, the Ministry of Health said, and experts say the number of cases in Brazil could be 15 times higher than the confirmed figure because there has been no widespread testing.
· Apollo Global Management: For When Blood Runs The Street →
Personally, I'm not an expert at distressed securities or debt instruments, but I wanted to profit from this havoc.
The New York Times
· When Going to Work Means Taking a Calculated Risk →
Last week I spoke with one of Canada’s leading experts about the effects of working from home.
· Coronavirus latest: at a glance →
Her successor, Boris Johnson, has refused to sack Cummings, despite anecdotal evidence lending weight to experts’ concerns his transgressions are harming the country’s public health efforts during an epidemic that has killed tens of thousands of people in the country.
The New York Times
· Blaming China for Pandemic, Trump Says U.S. Will Leave the W.H.O. →
or the government in Beijing hid the extent of the epidemic in China, and public health experts generally view Mr. Trump’s charges as a way to deflect attention from his administration’s own bungled attempts to respond to the virus’s spread in the United States.
The Wall Street Journal
· Lockdowns vs. the Vulnerable →
It was obvious back when experts were anticipating the Wuhan virus’s arrival that protecting the elderly and medically vulnerable should be the highest priority.
· How will Malaysia's environment fare after the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions? →
However, with most businesses resuming operations and preparations being made for the MCO to be lifted on Jun 9, experts interviewed by CNA are contemplating the potential impact of economic recovery on Malaysia’s vulnerable ecosystems.
· National protests over George Floyd's death was 'conflagration waiting to happen' →
But legal experts say Freeman had to walk a delicate line: determine what charges, if any, he believed could withstand the scrutiny of a trial and also not wait potentially weeks or months to announce charges, which would only fan the flames of unrest.