The number of coronavirus cases worldwide has surged past 2.5 million reported cases. And, more than 175,000 people have died. The case load is growing across the African continent amid fears that it could spread more aggressively there. Meanwhile New Zealand remains one of the most successful countries battling the virus. And in the United States more help is on the way for an ailing economy as the debate over when to re-open intensifies.
- Dr. Eric Ding is an Epidemiologist at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health.
- Shaun Hendy is a professor of physics at the University of Auckland, NZ.
- Steve Chaggaris is a political journalist and analyst.
- Angelo Coppola is a CGTN correspondent based in South Africa.
- Deji Badmus is a CGTN correspondent based in Nigeria.
— The Voice of America (@VOANews) April 21, 2020
Jacinda Ardern’s leadership style, focused on empathy, isn’t just resonating with her people; it’s putting the country on track for success against the coronavirus, writes @UriLF: https://t.co/vtpijjmw2l
— The Atlantic (@TheAtlantic) April 19, 2020
Whether it's goats in Wales or wild boar in Italy, animals around the world appear to be adjusting well to life without humans during the coronavirus outbreak.
Now, photos from South Africa's Kruger National Park show a pride of lions lounging on a road https://t.co/mt8bIFzIcS
— CNN International (@cnni) April 18, 2020