Italian Fiat factories may reopen soon

In Italy, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles hopes to reopen its factories as soon as the containment measures are relaxed. Negotiations are underway with the unions. Reorganizations of assembly lines and safety protocols could be implemented. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is negotiating with its unions to strengthen sanitary measures in its factories in Italy so that it can resume production of its most profitable models as soon … Continue reading Italian Fiat factories may reopen soon

Coronavirus: Spanish deaths occur for the fourth time in a row

The daily number of coronavirus deaths has dropped in Spain for the fourth year in a row, raising hopes that the country has passed the peak of the outbreak. The increase of 637 deaths on Monday means a total of 13,055 people have died. The nation has more than 135,000 confirmed cases, most in Europe, but new infections have slowed. In Italy, the number of … Continue reading Coronavirus: Spanish deaths occur for the fourth time in a row

Malta says it will no longer accept migrants because of COVID-19

The government says Malta cannot guarantee rescue at sea Malta is unable to guarantee the rescue of migrants and will not allow rescued people to disembark due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the government said Thursday. The announcement came when the armed forces rescued a group of migrants found in Malta’s search and rescue area. They are due to arrive in Malta around 12.30 on Friday … Continue reading Malta says it will no longer accept migrants because of COVID-19

Political prisoners in Bahrain fear COVID-19 threat

Tehran (Tasnim) – When imprisoned Bahraini activist Abdullah Habeeb Swar got a cough that lasted several days, his 14 cellmates feared that he might have been infected with the coronavirus and spread it through their crowded wing. They share a cell that is designed for eight people in one of the three wings in Manama Jaw Prison and is reserved for inmates who have been … Continue reading Political prisoners in Bahrain fear COVID-19 threat

Seoul extends expiring visas as pandemic continues

South Korea has extended visas for foreigners that are due to expire soon to prevent them from visiting immigration offices amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Justice Department said on Thursday. As part of the move, visas for around 60,000 registered foreigners who are due to expire by May 31 were automatically extended by three months, the ministry said in a press release. The ministry believes … Continue reading Seoul extends expiring visas as pandemic continues

Last COVID-19 patient discharged from the hospital in the center of Việt Nam

COVID-19 patient 135 (second from left) shares a photo with medical staff at the Da Nang General Hospital. She is the sixth and last COVID-19 patient to leave the hospital in the center of Việt Nam. – VNS Photo Công Thành ĐÀ NẴNG – The inner city released the COVID-19 patient 135 after 18 days of treatment in the general hospital on Friday after having … Continue reading Last COVID-19 patient discharged from the hospital in the center of Việt Nam

There are more than 5000 new infections in Germany, and Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia are still severely affected. The UN warns of bio-terrorist attacks. The overview.

According to the study, the number of unreported cases in Austria is three times as high 10:38: According to a dark figure study, significantly more people are infected with the corona virus in Austria than officially reported. Compared to the approximately 8,500 people who were official at the beginning of April, around 28,500 people were actually affected, said the polling institute Sora on Friday. That … Continue reading There are more than 5000 new infections in Germany, and Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia are still severely affected. The UN warns of bio-terrorist attacks. The overview.

Hours of work increased to 60 hours per week in certain sectors

These exemptions could apply for example in “energy”, “telecoms”, “logistics”, “transport” or even “food”, said the entourage of the Minister of Labor, Muriel Pénicaud , The government will allow derogations from working hours in certain sectors up to 60 hours a week, against 48 hours currently, and 46 hours against 44 hours on average over a 12-week period, the Labor Ministry said on Tuesday. These … Continue reading Hours of work increased to 60 hours per week in certain sectors

Coronavirus: and China is gradually waking up … after the peak in health

Factories reopen in China where economic activity is resuming solidly. A recovery correlated with an epidemic in very sharp decline. This is of course only fragmentary information but it is encouraging. Factories are gradually reopening in China even if they are not yet operating at full capacity. Airbus has thus restarted its assembly line for the A320 family based in Tianjin, south of Beijing. For … Continue reading Coronavirus: and China is gradually waking up … after the peak in health

The Fed continues to water the liquidity markets

The Fed reiterated that it would do anything to help markets continue to function and launched a new $ 300 billion aid program. US Central Bank No Longer Limits Purchases of T-Bills and Mortgage Securities, She Announced Monday, Along with a Range of Measures Giving a Wide Range of Businesses Access to fresh money. The Fed will make debt purchases “of an amount necessary to … Continue reading The Fed continues to water the liquidity markets