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The China Post
· UN: Virus could push 14 million into hunger in Latin America →
U.N. food agency executive director David Beasley warned in April that an addition 130 million people could be “pushed to the brink of starvation” worldwide by the end of 2020.
· As Japan reopens, COVID-19 testing slowed by bureaucracy and staff shortages →
In more than a dozen interviews with Reuters, public health officials, doctors and experts warned Japan's slow scaling up of tests could mask the scale of infections and make its population vulnerable to future outbreaks.
· As Iraq lockdown chokes off imports, local businesses thrive →
Experts have long warned that oil-rich Iraq must diversify its economy to insulate it from the swings of the energy market.
· South Korea reports 79 new coronavirus cases, most since Apr 5 →
Health officials warned that cases linked to the centre could rise.
The China Post
· Asia Today: S Korea virus cases make biggest jump in 50 days →
Health officials warned that the resurgence is getting harder to track and social distancing and other steps need to be taken.
· RBA governor warns of post-coronavirus 'shadow' over economy →
Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe has warned of a post-coronavirus shadow over the economy, saying the JobKeeper wage subsidy program may have to be extended or tapered to support the recovery.
· 'Nothing but soundbites': UK PM Boris Johnson left isolated →
But if one is warned in advance, one can put things into place to overcome those obstacles and help ensure adherence to lockdown rules for longer.
· Coronavirus: Cruise ship outbreak reveals scale of silent carriers of Covid-19 →
The study authors concluded the prevalence of the virus on cruise ships was likely to be “significantly underestimated”, and they warned passengers should be monitored after ships set sail to ward off community spread of the virus.
· Mesoblast eyes COVID-19 trial results by end of year →
Stem cell biotech Mesoblast believes it will know how effective its potential COVID-19 treatment is in the next four months and while it is pinning its hopes on a positive result, investors have been warned there are uncertainties.