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Coronavirus Updates: U.S. Soldier Tests Positive for Virus in South Korea

The soldier, the first U.S. service member known to be infected, has been quarantined in his off-base residence, the military said.
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Radha Mistry's Job at Autodesk is to Explore and Provoke Possible Futures

For this year's Core77 Design Awards, we're conducting in-depth interviews with some of our 2020 jury captains to get in a glimpse into their creative minds and to hear more about what they'll be looking for in this year's awards submissions. You could say the general purpose of an organization's collective body is to ask the question, "what's next?" In other words, any one person's job at a company is to help contribute to moving it forward and make it a success. But not everyone can say they...
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Italy: An Employee Who Refuses To Comply With Instructions Can Be Dismissed, The Italian Supreme Court Rules - Ius Laboris

An employee who refused to comply with an order from his employer to move to a new team had shown serious insubordination and could be legally dismissed, according to a recent ruling by the...
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Amid Coronavirus Outbreak, Milan's Salone del Mobile is Postponed Until June

Milan's annual furniture fair Salone del Mobile will be postponed until June as Italy grapples with a coronavirus outbreak. The show's organizers announced the decision on Tuesday in response to growing concern about the spreading virus. Italy currently has the highest number of confirmed cases in Europe, with over 200 in Lombardy, the region where Milan is. Originally scheduled to take place from April 21 to 26, the fair will now be held from June 16 to 21. "Following an extraordinary meeting t...
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Belgian coronavirus measures

As more confirmed cases of the coronavirus materialize around Europe, Belgium is instituting new measures to keep closer tabs on its citizens traveling abroad. FPS Foreign Affairs is now asking Belgians traveling abroad to register online, with the aim of making it easier for the government to contact them in the event of any health-related issues. The new policy follows the quarantining of 110 Belgian travelers — among hundreds of others –at the H10 Costa Adeje Palace hotel in Tenerife. Acco...
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Amazon is reportedly deleting some third-party listings that jack up surgical mask prices as the coronavirus creates a shortage (AMZN)

The coronavirus outbreak has led to a shortage of protective masks and other medical supplies, leading some sellers to significantly increase prices. Amazon has been trying to prevent the practice on its platform, alerting sellers who may be in violation of its pricing policies, according to Wired. Most states in the US have "price gouging" laws which prevent businesses from taking of advantage of consumers by charging exorbitant amounts of money during emergencies. Authorities in countries su...
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Italy scrambles to contain coronavirus after admitting hospital mess-up

Italian authorities were on the defensive Tuesday as they faced tough questions over the country's handling of the novel coronavirus, which is rapidly spreading across the country's northern regions.
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Coronavirus Updates: Disruptions, Rising Cases, Market Tremors and Warnings

As outbreaks grow and spread in Asia, Europe and the Middle East, U.S. officials warn Americans to brace for their own.
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Coronavirus: Outbreak spreads in Europe from Italy

Cases have emerged in several countries involving travellers from Italy, but borders remain open.
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Europe on alert as four more Covid-19 deaths reported in Italy – as it happened

Switzerland, Austria and Croatia report first cases as outbreak worsens across EuropeLive coverage: experts warn world is ‘not ready’Tenerife coronavirus: 1,000 guests at hotel quarantinedIran’s deputy health minister: I have coronavirusTell us: have you been affected by the coronavirus?What is coronavirus and what should I do if I have symptoms? 11.41pm GMT We’re closing this blog now but you can continue to follow our live coverage here: Related: Coronavirus latest updates: WHO mission d...
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Disruptions, Rising Cases, Market Tremors,Warnings

As outbreaks grow and spread in Asia, Europe and the Middle East, U.S. officials warn Americans to brace for their own.
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CDC Issues Warnings on Virus; Markets Take Hit: Virus Update

(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Americans to prepare for a coronavirus outbreak at home that could lead to significant disruptions of daily life, though the warnings were downplayed by the White House. Congress was told that there’s shortage of masks needed for health workers if one occurs.New cases were reported in Europe, prompting worries of a widening outbreak there. Iran reported a total of 15 deaths, the most fatalities outside China, and a top hea...
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Disruptions, Rising Cases, Markets,Warnings

As outbreaks grow and spread in Asia, Europe and the Middle East, U.S. officials warn Americans to brace for their own. Stocks fell.
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FTSE 100 hits one-year closing low, as Wall Street slides again – as it happened

European markets have suffered a second day of heavy losses as new coronavirus cases are reportedLatest: Wall Street has another horror dayFTSE 100 has shed another 138 points - lowest close in a yearLuxury industry faces $40bn lossesTrump: Markets will slump if I lose re-election bidMeggitt, Croda and Morgan warn on virus impact 10.16pm GMT Finally, here’s our news story on today stock market turmoil: Related: FTSE loses another £35bn as coronavirus rattles global markets Related: Coro...
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Ireland v Italy should be postponed, says minister

Ireland's Six Nations game against Italy in Dublin on March 7 should be postponed due to the coronavirus situation, says Irish Health Minister Simon Harris.
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Borders stay open as Italy coronavirus outbreak spreads south

Italy's European neighbours pledged to keep borders open Tuesday despite the new coronavirus spreading down the country to Tuscany and Sicily and a surge in the number of infected people. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has blamed poor management in a hospital in the country's north for the outbreak, with the death toll in Italy rising to 11 and infections to 322, the largest number of people infected in Europe. All of those who have died so far in Italy were either elderly or had pre-existing ...
Tags: Europe, News, Italy, Sicily, Tuscany, Giuseppe Conte


Sarri calls for calm as coronavirus fears surround Juventus Champions League tie

Lyon (AFP) – Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri rejected suggestions that supporters of his side should not be allowed to attend Wednesday’s Champions League clash with Lyon in France due to the coronavirus outbreak in Italy.... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
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Coronavirus fears grow as more cases found across Europe

Virus appeared in new cases in Italy, Spain, Austria, Switzerland and CroatiaThe spread of the coronavirus has accelerated across Europe with new cases in four countries and a rising death toll in Italy, which is desperately struggling to contain the outbreak.Concern about the proliferation of cases prompted a dozen UK schools to send home pupils to self-isolate for 14 days after returning from half-term skiing trips in Lombardy. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, UK, Children, Spain, UK News, World news, Medical Research, Austria, Ireland, Infectious Diseases, Italy, Schools, Switzerland, Croatia, Six Nations, Lombardy


Virus deaths are on the rise in Iran and South Korea as Italy grapples with its own outbreak

• BREAKING: Dow tumbles 800 points as coronavirus fears continue • Analysis: Trump seems to know very little about the coronavirus • Bipartisan outrage about coronavirus spills over
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Disruptions, Rising Cases, Warnings

As outbreaks grow and spread in Asia, Europe and the Middle East, U.S. officials warn Americans to brace for their own.
Tags: News, China, Iran, New York Times, Italy, Middle East, Epidemics, Travel Warnings, Asia Europe, Stocks and Bonds, United States Economy, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


'Ireland v Italy should be postponed' - coronavirus hits Italian sport

Ireland's Six Nations game against Italy in Dublin on March 7 should be postponed due to the coronavirus situation, says Irish Health Minister Simon Harris.
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'Ireland v Italy should be postponed over coronavirus'

Ireland's Six Nations game against Italy in Dublin on March 7 should be postponed due to the coronavirus situation, says Irish Health Minister Simon Harris.
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Tilted towers: Secrets beneath leaning buildings

From the Tower of Pisa in Italy to Britain's Big Ben, some of the world's most famous buildings have a distinct list. However, architectural leanings are not confined to history.
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C.D.C. Officials Warn of Coronavirus Outbreaks in the U.S.

Clusters of infection are likely in American communities, health officials said. Some lawmakers questioned whether the nation is prepared.
Tags: South Korea, News, Senate, China, Masks, Iran, United States, House Of Representatives, Italy, Epidemics, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Homeland Security Department, Health and Human Services Department, United States Politics and Government, Hubei Province (China, Respiratory Diseases


Coronavirus: Europe on alert as four more deaths reported in Italy – updates

Switzerland, Austria and Croatia report first cases as outbreak worsens across EuropeTenerife coronavirus: 1,000 guests at hotel quarantinedIran’s deputy health minister: I have coronavirusTell us: have you been affected by the coronavirus?What is coronavirus and what should I do if I have symptoms? 6.48pm GMT The Six Nations rugby union match between Ireland and Italy, which was due to take place this weekend in Dublin, has been cancelled over coronavirus fears. The Irish health minister, S...
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Coronavirus: Europe on alert as three more deaths reported in Italy – updates

Switzerland, Austria and Croatia report first cases as 1,000 hotel guests quarantined in Tenerife Tenerife coronavirus: 1,000 guests at hotel quarantinedIran’s deputy health minister: I have coronavirusTell us: have you been affected by the coronavirus?What is coronavirus and what should I do if I have symptoms? 6.19pm GMT A 76-year-old woman has died in the northern Italian city of Treviso, the Veneto region has said. She is the 11th victim in the country. 6.12pm GMT About 1,000 holiday...
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Italy coronavirus outbreak spreads south as death toll hits 10

Italy's European neighbours pledged to keep borders open Tuesday despite the new coronavirus spreading down the country to Tuscany and Sicily and a surge in the number of infected people. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has blamed poor management in a hospital in the country's north for the outbreak, with the death toll in Italy rising to 10 and infections to 322, the largest number of people infected in Europe. All 10 of those who have died so far in Italy were either elderly or had pre-existi...
Tags: Europe, News, Italy, Sicily, Tuscany, Giuseppe Conte


Austria restrictions for coronavirus

As the coronavirus takes root in Italy and people fear for its spread across Europe, Austria is taking steps to protect its citizens. On Sunday, Austria suspended train services to and from northern Italy for four hours to test two passengers suspected of carrying the coronavirus. The train, which came from Venice and was heading to Munich, continued on as the travelers were tested negative. Northern Italy — which borders Austria, Switzerland, and France — is currently on lockdown following a...
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Coronavirus Live Updates: U.S. Officials Warn Americans to Brace for Likely Outbreak

New outbreaks in Asia, Europe and the Middle East are renewing fears of a coming global pandemic, even as the spread in China appears to be slowing.
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CDC Tells Americans to Start Readying for Outbreak: Virus Update

(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Americans to prepare for a coronavirus outbreak at home that could lead to significant disruptions of daily life, though the warnings were downplayed by the White House. Congress was told that there’s shortage of masks needed for health workers if one occurs.New cases were reported in Europe, prompting worries of a widening outbreak there. Iran reported a total of 15 deaths, the most fatalities outside China, and a top hea...
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