|decided to leave||去ることにした|
|forced to leave||強制退去|
|leave of absence||休学|
|leave the country||出国する|
· Pounds remind owners that pets are for life, not just for lockdown →
Bored and anxious dogs left alone could start escaping or barking ‘‘and that could be a reason for people to surrender their animal to the pound’’.
· How Wuhan is testing 6.5 million people for Coronavirus in days →
The Wuhan government is determined to leave no person behind.
· 'I prefer being physically distant. What happens if I don't want to return to normal life?' →
Can you dispense some advice for those of us experiencing increasing anxiety or distress at the idea having to leave our peaceful, physically distant existence (notwithstanding the disaster that has predicated it) and return to “normal life”?
· Airline Round-Up In Coronavirus →
And while the grants recently awarded to the airlines only covered roughly 70% of payroll costs until October 1st (the earliest that airlines can furlough under the CARES act), every airline has instituted voluntary leave and separation packages.
· Los Angeles allows all retail businesses, houses of worship to reopen →
While all of the full-term babies in the study tested negative for the coronavirus and were doing well when they left the hospital, study author and obstetrician Dr. Emily Miller said in a statement, “Not to paint a scary picture, but these findings worry me.
The China Post
· Woman fired after backlash from racist park confrontation →
Messages were left Tuesday with Christian Cooper and his sister.
· US local news stations air segments on Amazon penned by company's PR team →
Amazon has been accused of denying workers sick leave, failing to provide adequate protection in warehouses, and retaliating against workers who speak out against these conditions.
· If you want seriously toned abs, stop doing sit-ups →
Bring your right hand up to your left shoulder, then lower it to the ground.
· From the Archives, 1962: Australia commits military support to Thailand →
To Leave Within Day or Two
Hong Kong Free Press
· Hong Kong security law: What is going on in Carrie Lam’s mind? →
The economy went downhill with tourists staying away, and thousands of shops and restaurants closed and hotel rooms were left vacant.