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Trump's Impatience With Coronavirus Measures Continues To Escalate

Trump's Impatience With Coronavirus Measures Continues To Escalate

WASHINGTON - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is braced for the possibility that the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States could get significantly worse, but he says the current travel restrictions at the border will suffice — for now.

 

 

Trump's Impatience With Coronavirus Measures Continues To Escalate

Consider Exemptions To Travel Restrictions, Border-state Senators Urge Trump

Consider Exemptions To Travel Restrictions, Border-state Senators Urge Trump

New York senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, both Democrats, released a letter Monday urging the White House to bear in mind the importance of bilateral travel to businesses, families and communities located near the Canada-U.S. border.

Consider Exemptions To Travel Restrictions, Border-state Senators Urge Trump

US Approves Anti-Malaria Drug For COVID-19, Says It Could Be Gamechanger

Trump said the drug could prove to be a "gamechanger" and if it is not, the downside risks are likely to be low.

US Approves Anti-Malaria Drug For COVID-19, Says It Could Be Gamechanger

London Store Employees Push Out Elderly Sikh Customer Amid Coronavirus Panic-Buying

Employees at a London store lashed out at an elderly Sikh customer before pushing him out as coronavirus panic-buying chaos gripped supermarkets across the country, a media report said on Thursday.

London Store Employees Push Out Elderly Sikh Customer Amid Coronavirus Panic-Buying

Indian-American-Led Team Translating COVID-19 Info In 30 Languages

A team led by a first-year Indian-American medical student from the Harvard Medical School has launched an initiative to help immigrants with information regarding the coronavirus pandemic available in 30 different Indian languages, including Hindi, it was reported.

Indian-American-Led Team Translating COVID-19 Info In 30 Languages

COVID-19-Fighting Indian Doctors Stuck In US Green Card Backlog

COVID-19-Fighting Indian Doctors Stuck In US Green Card Backlog

Hundreds of Indian doctors fighting the coronavirus pandemic in the US have been stuck in the green card backlog, facing additional anxiety and uncertainty of their stay in America amid the health crisis, a media report said.

 

COVID-19-Fighting Indian Doctors Stuck In US Green Card Backlog