A general view of the Paso del Norte International Border Bridge, where the flow of people has decreased as new travel restrictions aimed at containing coronavirus disease (COVID-19) have stopped millions of Mexicans living close to the U.S. border from crossing back and forth, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico March 30, 2020. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez … [Read more...] about World’s busiest border falls quiet with millions of Mexicans barred from U.S.
“It could be that it takes much longer for us to get through the issues with the virus. It could be that the virus comes back,” Brian Pearce, chief economist at the International Air Transport Association, told a media conference call. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus resurgence could scupper hopes of airline recovery: IATA economist
PARIS (Reuters) - Paris health officials will begin transferring 38 critical coronavirus patients by high-speed train from the Paris to regions that have been less overwhelmed to ease pressure on the capital’s intensive care capacity, officials said on Tuesday. … [Read more...] about Paris to transfer 38 coronavirus patients to other regions on Wednesday: officials
“We had 200 patients in intensive care in mid-March, 1,000 on March 24 and as of today about 1,900. That shows a colossal increase in a very short space of time, which makes things extremely difficult,” said Antoine Vieillard-Baron, head of the surgical and medical Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the University Hospital Ambroise Pare. … [Read more...] about France to transfer critical coronavirus patients by train to ease hospital pressure
“If infection numbers stabilize, there may be a gradual easing of current measures,” Basil al-Sabah told Al Rai newspaper. “But if the average rate of transmission increases then...I do not rule out the cabinet enforcing a full curfew.” … [Read more...] about Dubai to support Emirates airline, halts tourist market to fight coronavirus