|As the coronavirus pandemic throws millions out of work and devastates economies worldwide, governments are struggling withthe dilemma between keeping people safe from a highly contagious virus and making sure they can still make a living.|
New York City’s health department says the city is in danger of running out of swabs for COVID-19 tests and should only test hospitalized patients.
The United States’ top infectious disease expert says new cases of the coronavirus are sure to follow when restrictions are eased.
Sweden is pursuing relatively liberal policies to fight the coronavirus pandemic, even though there has been a sharp spike in deaths.
Stocks are opening lower on Wall Street following the biggest week for the market since 1974.
A tweet by Japan’s prime minister urging citizens to stay home to stop the coronavirus appears to have rubbed many people frustrated by his handling of the crisis the wrong way.