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Coronavirus: Inside India's busiest Covid-19 hospital News

Image caption Indore is a bustling commercial city. In early March, 40-year-old Ravi Dosi, a chest specialist in India, saw a baffling surge in patients with respiratory problems at outpatient clinics. "There was almost a 50% jump in patients with upper respiratory issues and sore throat. They were not responding to antibiotics. Testing was still low and we didn't really know what was going on," Dr Dosi, who works at Sri Aurobindo Institute of ... Full story

White House braces for congressional probes of coronavirus response

Late last month, when asked how the administration will hold the Treasury Department accountable for the $500 billion coronavirus relief fund the department is administering to large businesses, President Trump had a blunt, yet predictable answer. “Look, I’ll be the oversight. I’ll be the oversight,” he told reporters. Ten days later, Trump announced he would be nominating a lawyer in the White House counsel’s office, Brian Miller, to serve as ... Full story

USS Theodore Roosevelt now has 416 coronavirus cases in wake of captain's firing

Sailors cheer for ousted aircraft carrier captain. The U.S. Navy confirmed Thursday that 416 crew members onboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt, a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier docked in Guam, have now tested positive for the coronavirus . The number of confirmed cases jumped by 130 people in one day with more than 1,000 tests still pending. On Wednesday, the Navy released a statement that said 93% of the crew had been tested for COVID-19 , the ... Full story

Liberty University presses charges against journalists who covered campus' being open during outbreak

Liberty University has pushed for criminal trespassing charges against two journalists who pursued stories about why the evangelical college in Virginia has remained partially open during the coronavirus outbreak. The college, in Lynchburg, Virginia, is led by Jerry Falwell Jr., a supporter of President Donald Trump who has suggested coverage of the epidemic was overblown. Falwell said the university is conducting classes online and obeying ... Full story

Coronavirus deaths in the U.S. reveal a startling truth about America's 'two pandemics'

By The Rev. Al Sharpton. Every day, we are inundated with information about the horrors of the coronavirus pandemic . We hear about the rising number of deaths , the increasing rate of infections, the mental anguish, the shortages of critical supplies in hospitals , the people struggling to pay bills and survive, the long lines at food banks and so much more. But lost in the coverage of this virus is one critical point that we simply cannot ... Full story

"I literally feel like I failed my dad": California surgeon's parents contract COVID-19

Los Angeles — A surgeon from San Diego is worried about his parents who are half-way across the country in Missouri. Both parents were diagnosed with COVID-19 , the disease caused by coronavirus . California physician Greg Mundis feels paralyzed. His father has been on a ventilator for three weeks at a hospital. Greg Mundis' parents seen in an undated photo. "You know I have had a lot of crying spells," he told CBS News. "Certainly the longer ... Full story

Covid vs. US Daily Average Cause of Death

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Yemen confirms first virus case

The coronavirus death toll in the U.S. showed some signs of slowing with just under 1,000 deaths between Thursday and Friday morning, although the nationwide death toll continues to climb and is nearing 17,000, according to an NBC News tally Friday. The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in New York State has reached 162,882. Globally, the number of cases passed 1.6 million, according to data from Johns Hopkins University , as countries ... Full story

The COVID-19 default time bomb

Editor's note: Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas is professor of economics at the University of California, Berkeley and a visiting professor at Princeton University. Chang-Tai Hsieh is professor of economics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. The article reflects the authors' opinions, and not necessarily the views of CGTN. Without a comprehensive debt moratorium, the COVID-19 pandemic will lead to a wave of uncontrolled sovereign ... Full story

I won’t buy Sony’s A7R IV (even though it made me a better photographer)

When I was doing research for my very first camera, the Fujifilm X100F , I didn’t know much about the differences between crop (also known as APS-C) and full-frame cameras. I mean, I got the gist of it — but only hypothetically. You’ve probably heard of the upsides of full-frame sensors already: Crisper images even at higher exposure, wider field of view, better performance in low-light settings, higher dynamic range, shallower depth of field, ... Full story