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Food platforms see surges as quarantine cooking increases

Many industries are suffering from the coronavirus-induced economic freeze. Food sharing and delivery platforms seem to be an exception as people are going to the kitchen more than ever during home qu

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China imports more energy products, soybeans in January-April

China, the world's leading energy and food importer, bought more crude oil, natural gas and soybeans in the first four months of 2020, customs data showed.

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US politicians, please listen to COVID-19 professionals

Dr. Rick Bright, who was ousted last month as director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, has filed a whistleblower complaint with the U.S. Office of Special Counsel. In the 86-page document, he lists numerous examples of the government's mismanagement of the COVID-19 pandemic and claims that he was removed from post illegally. "I was pressured to let politics and cronyism drive decisions over the opinions of the best scientists we have in government," said the infectious disease expert.

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China, US health experts agree to act together against COVID-19

Leading health experts from China and the United States have agreed during a webinar to act together and follow scientific guidance in the fight against COVID-19, the event's organizer said on Friday.

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Britain heading for a limited easing of lockdown next week

Johnson is due to announce the next steps in Britain's battle to tackle the novel coronavirus on Sunday following a review by ministers of the current measures.

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Moscow extends lockdown restrictions until 31 May

Restrictions aimed at containing the spread of the novel coronavirus in Moscow have been extended until May 31, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on Thursday.

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US response to coronavirus "close to genocide by default"

An epidemiologist at Yale University on Wednesday launched one of the harshest attacks on the U.S. administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic, saying it was "close to genocide by default."

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Chinese mainland ranks first in COVID-19 performance index: survey

Chinese mainland citizens were largely satisfied with their own government's COVID-19 crisis response, while citizens in Western countries felt their governments did poorly, according to the findings of a global survey released on Wednesday. ...

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US mayor says he had virus last year

A public official in the United States and another man in France could have been ...

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Disney to open Shanghai Disneyland on May 11

Disney plans to reopen its Shanghai theme park Monday under a series of health a ...

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