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It’s not the right time for churches to assemble – Otabil

The head pastor of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Dr Mensa Otabil believes the fight against COVID-19 will suffer a major jolt if churches are allowed to assemble to worship. According

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Kwakwaduam Association Inc. of New York Establishes $3,000 COVID-19 Relief Fund for Members

In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and to help Members during the lockdown and job losses, the Kwakwaduam Association of New York has established a Relied Fund for Members to

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U.S. House passes US$500 billion coronavirus bill in latest relief package

U.S. workers who refuse to return to their jobs because they are worried about catching the coronavirus should not count on getting unemployment benefits, state officials and labor law experts

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Nursing Homes Ask States For Immunity From Civil Suits Amid COVID-19

The people most vulnerable to the coronavirus are older adults with underlying health conditions. And that perfectly describes the residents of nursing homes. There are no authoritative numbers on fatalities,

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EU Leaders Fail To Agree On Coronavirus Economic Recovery Program

Divisions among European nations over the structure of an economic recovery program continue after European Union leaders again failed to reach an agreement. But the group endorsed the recent recommendation

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Americans too scared to go to work risk losing unemployment aid, experts say

U.S. workers who refuse to return to their jobs because they are worried about catching the coronavirus should not count on getting unemployment benefits, state officials and labor law experts

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New York survey suggests nearly 14% in state may have coronavirus antibodies

A preliminary survey of New York state residents found that nearly 14% of those tested had antibodies against the novel coronavirus, suggesting that some 2.7 million may already have been

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Africa ‘could lose $37bn in remittances’

Global remittances are forecast to decline by about 20% this year as the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic shuts down business activity, the World Bank says. This is

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Retail outlets in France could open May 11, but not bars and restaurants

The French government wants all retail outlets other than restaurants and bars to be able to reopen once a nationwide lockdown is lifted on May 11, Finance Minister Bruno Le

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South Africa’s President Announces $26 Billion Coronavirus Rescue Package

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has unveiled a $26.3 billion “extraordinary budget” to help the country recover from the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.  President Ramaphosa said Tuesday in