From ‘Xi’s doing a great job’ to ‘The WHO really blew it’: Trump’s coronavirus response in tweets

Donald Trump’s political fortunes are tightly linked to his Twitter account. With 77 million followers, the US President has been able to use provocative posts, in a sometimes unrelenting volume, to shape what the public talks about in the realm of politics. But the coronavirus pandemic is a political issue like few others. In mere weeks, the virus has killed […]

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Bathroom Banksy: Street-artist’s lockdown work

London: Street-artist Banksy has followed official advice to stay at home during the coronavirus crisis by creating a new artwork in his bathroom that shows his trademark stencilled rats running amok around the sink and toilet. The elusive artist posted photos of the work on his Instagram site on Wednesday, along with the comment: "My wife hates it when I […]

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Some coronavirus stimulus checks deposited into WRONG accounts – and bank says there’s ‘nothing they can do’ – The Sun

AS some Americans check the status of their stimulus checks, the IRS' tracker shows the money has been deposited – only for people to discover it went to an outdated or completely wrong account. Despite some people desperately needing the financial relief amid coronavirus crisis, some people have been told by the banks that there's nothing they can do about it. […]

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Sweden sees new surge in coronavirus cases with 613 more infections

Sweden sees new surge in coronavirus cases with 613 more infections, up from 482 yesterday The 613 new cases mark the biggest jump for seven days and third-largest at all Deaths were up 130, second-highest on record, taking total from 1,203 to 1,333 Sweden is still holding out against a lockdown despite growing criticism  Learn more about how to help […]

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2 million chickens will be slaughtered over coronavirus staffing issues

About 2 million chickens will be slaughtered at Delaware and Maryland farms without ever making it to market — because of staff shortages at the food production company during the coronavirus crisis, according to new reports. A letter from Allen Harim Foods to growers, first obtained by radio host Dan Gaffney and confirmed by The Delaware News Journal, explained that […]

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