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Coronavirus updates: Australian police seize cruise ship black box – BBC News, BBC News

Coronavirus updates: Australian police seize cruise ship black box – BBC News, BBC News
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Teachers are meeting students for the first time as the school year begins in South Korea – but through a screen. The classroom you see here was supposed to be filled with students from a first grade English class at the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies.

The students told their teacher that they were worried about Covid – and many were eager to get back to school.

A teacher in South Korea

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The Ruby Princess seen floating off the Sydney coastline last week

Image caption: The Ruby Princess seen floating off the Sydney coastline last week The decision to allow passengers off the infected vessel in Sydney last month has now sparked a police investigation. At least 56 Deaths are tied to the ship – making it the deadliest virus-hit vessel so far. Here’s a recap of what happened: (8 March:) Ruby Princess leaves Sydney for New Zealand return trip. 55 – (March:) (On return, ship doctor reports cases of sick passengers to New South Wales) NSW) authorities. But health officials give it the green light to disembark (March:) (Ship docks in Sydney Harbor and 2, Passengers disembark without knowing there is a virus threat and a dozen people have been tested. One woman is rushed to hospital – she later dies from the virus. (March: NSW government announces positive cases on the ship, and scrambles to contact passengers, many of whom have already flown home. (March:) (Confirmed cases from the ship jump to over in Australia, while international numbers are unknown.

State and federal officials argue over who is to blame as public anger grows.

(5 April:) cases including 49 deaths are linked to the ship. NSW Police launch criminal probe into operator Carnival Cruises. (6 April:) The ship docks at Port Kembla, south of Sydney, with about sick crew on board. (April 8): Homicide investigators board ship and seize black box

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US national stockpile nearly ou t of PPE

The Strategic National Stockpile is almost out of N respirators, surgical masks, face shields, gowns and other medical supplies for front- line medical workers, line medical workers says a report from the Associated Press.

The US Department of Health and Human Services told AP that it was in the process of deploying all remaining personal protective equipment (PPE) in its inventory.

It is confirmed statements that showed about % of PPE in the stockpile had already been distributed to state and local governments. The remaining 48% will be kept in reserve to support “federal response efforts”, said a spokeswoman.

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    These pictures show the measures authorities are taking to ensure people don’t gather in groups – pretty much anywhere. Ruby Princess ship

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    Russia ‘s ballet: The show must go on

  • In Russia, like in most countries around the globe, measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus have meant that theaters have had to shut their doors. But for dancers of the Mikhailovsky theater in Saint Petersburg, the show – despite isolation – goes on, as our Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg reports.


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