1. A Chinese Mystery and Covid-19’s Economic Puzzle  The Wall Street Journal
  2. More than 90 countries infected by COVID-19, bringing the total to over 100000 cases  ARIRANG NEWS
  3. Coronavirus really is that bad and you should work from home  ZDNet
  4. Coronavirus outbreak: Everything you need to know about COVID-19  FRANCE 24 English
  5. Trump Says the COVID-19 Death Rate Will Be 'A Fraction of 1 Percent.' Is He Right?  Reason
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Has Beijing ‘contained’ the virus? If so, was the cost worth the benefit, and would it be for the U.S.?Has Beijing ‘contained’ the virus? If so, was the cost worth the benefit, and would it be for the U.S.?

A Chinese Mystery and Covid-19’s Economic Puzzle - WSJ

Scientists are now worried the best-case scenario for coronavirus is growing out of reach.Governments’ failure to contain the coronavirus means it may be here to stay.

Coronavirus: How does the Covid-19 outbreak end? - Vox

The World Health Organization says that 3.4% of reported COVID-19 patients worldwide have died – a global fatality figure that President Donald Trump dismissed as “a false number.” It’s not a false number, although experts say Trump has a point that the fatality rate may ultimately be quite a bit less than 3.4%.

Trump and the Coronavirus Death Rate - FactCheck.org

Small steps like hand-washing and covering coughs can not only reduce our risks of infection but also have a big impact on the scope of an epidemic.Small steps like hand-washing and covering coughs can not only reduce our risks of infection but also have a big impact on the scope of an epidemic.

Former FDA chief Gottlieb: actions needed to fight the coronavirus

“So apparently Spanish Flu also went by the name of The Spanish Lady. And obviously we had The Black Death. If we're going to do this, surely we need something a bit more romantic or dramatic than "Coronavirus" or "Covid".”

(((Dan Hodges))) on Twitter: "So apparently Spanish Flu also went by the name of The Spanish Lady. And obviously we had The Black Death. If we're going to do this, surely we need something a bit more romantic or dramatic than "Coronavirus" or "Covid"."

“#IIFA2020 postponed... Official statement... #CoronaVirus #COVID19”

taran adarsh on Twitter: "#IIFA2020 postponed... Official statement... #CoronaVirus #COVID19… "

“We’re working to ensure everyone in L.A. has the facts about coronavirus and COVID-19 — and knows what @LACity is doing to keep you safe and what precautions you should be taking to protect yourself and your family. Find more information at https://t.co/ryijyqczgo.”

Mayor Eric Garcetti on Twitter: "We’re working to ensure everyone in L.A. has the facts about coronavirus and COVID-19 — and knows what @LACity is doing to keep you safe and what precautions you should be taking to protect yourself and your family. Find more information at https://t.co/ryijyqczgo.… https://t.co/mYeuHdxkak"

“Mayor Breed says there shouldn’t be sporting events in San Francisco because of Covid-19. The #Warriors say they are playing a game Sunday anyway. Just part of this comprehensive story by our @annkillion on coronavirus and sports. https://t.co/k2AolzyD56”

Henry Schulman on Twitter: "Mayor Breed says there shouldn’t be sporting events in San Francisco because of Covid-19. The #Warriors say they are playing a game Sunday anyway. Just part of this comprehensive story by our @annkillion on coronavirus and sports. https://t.co/k2AolzyD56"

COVID-19 is a stark reminder that global pandemics, like climate change, do not respect political borders.COVID-19 is a stark reminder that global pandemics, like climate change, do not respect political borders.

COVID-19 trumps nationalism | The ASEAN Post

COVID-19 is a stark reminder that global pandemics, like climate change, do not respect political borders.COVID-19 is a stark reminder that global pandemics, like climate change, do not respect political borders.

COVID-19 trumps nationalism | The ASEAN Post

Coronavirus is more infectious than the flu. The 1918-19 pandemic killed as many as 50 million people worldwide.Coronavirus is more infectious than the flu. The 1918-19 pandemic killed as many as 50 million people worldwide.

Is The Coronavirus Another Spanish Flu? COVID-19 More Infectious Than Flu

WHO Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Situation Report 46 4 new countries/territories/areas (Bhutan, Cameroon, Serbia, and South Africa) have reported cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours. As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve, comparisons have been drawn to influenza.WHO has provided a

Coronavirus Now in 89 Countries, Over 98,000 Infected, COVID-19 & Influenza Similarities

Coronavirus Now in 89 Countries, Over 98,000 Infected, COVID-19 & Influenza Similarities

The attempt to stigmatize China is ludicrous and undesirable amidst the global fight against the common enemy of humanity.

The absurd apology demanded by U.S. TV host from China for COVID-19 - CGTN

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Everyone is, of course, concerned with what the mortality rate for COVID-19 is. You could, in fact, call it a life-or-death concern, and it's become a big news story again today (as with this USA Today story). So, which is correct? The WHO value of 3.4 percent for COVID-19 mortality, or Trump's "...Everyone is, of course, concerned with what the mortality rate for COVID-19 is. You could, in fact, call it a life-or-death concern, and it's become a big news story again today (as with this USA Today story). So, which is correct? The WHO value of 3.4 percent for COVID-19 mortality, or Trump's "...

COVID-19 and Mortality: Trump and WHO Are Both Right | Columns

It's too early to tell, but there are reasons for (relative) optimism.It's too early to tell, but there are reasons for (relative) optimism.

Trump Says the COVID-19 Death Rate Will Be ‘A Fraction of 1 Percent.’ Is He Right? – Reason.com

Like most flu outbreaks, coronavirus will potentially cause millions of infections and thousands of deaths.Like most flu outbreaks, coronavirus will potentially cause millions of infections and thousands of deaths.

Mark Alexander: National COVID-19 Need to Know — Update — The Patriot Post

History suggests that the COVID-19 virus outbreak will do more lasting damage to individual countries and economies than to global markets or international trade.As the new coronavirus spreads around the world, causing markets to plunge and analysts to slash growth projections, the epidemic’s potential to damage the global economy is rapidly becoming clear.

Fight Pandemics Like Wildfires