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Ivanka Trump’s personal assistant has tested positive for coronavirus

Ivanka Trump’s personal assistant has tested positive for coronavirus, a source familiar with the matter told CNN. The assistant, who works in a personal capacity for US President Donald Trump’s daughter, has not been around Ivanka Trump in several weeks. She has been teleworking for nearly two months and was tested out of caution, the source said.She was not symptomatic. ...

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Samsung brings Galaxy M31 with extra facilities

Samsung Bangladesh has launched Galaxy M31, the #MegaMonster with some extraordinary facilities. The smartphone designed with a monstrous 6,000 mAh battery to let users’ stream, play, and capture for longer than ever, said a press release on Saturday. Galaxy M31 facilitated under Type C with 15W fast charging scope, it said. The Samsung smartphone has a 64MP quad-camera setup with ...

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BCB provides support to people in need

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has provided 15,000 relief packs containing essential grocery items and soaps to the people in need across the country. The Media and Communication Committee of BCB informed this through a press release. BCB Director and MP Naimur Rahman Durjoy distributed relief packs at the Shaheed Miraj-Tapan Stadium in Manikganj while BCB Director Shafiul Alam Chowdhury Nadel ...

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AL national committee member Waliur Rahman passes away

Awami League (AL) national committee member and one of the organisers of the Liberation War Waliur Rahman Reza died at his residence in the city this morning. He was 80, said an AL press release. Reza, also an advisor to the Gaibandha district AL and former lawmaker from Gaibandha-5 constituency, left behind his wife, only son and a host of ...

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Queen Elizabeth II: “Never give up, never despair”

Queen Elizabeth II has likened the British public’s response to the coronavirus pandemic with the efforts of its soldiers during World War II, in a televised speech delivered exactly 75 years after her father marked the end of fighting in Europe. Speaking on the 75th anniversary of VE Day, the Queen remembered her own experiences at the end of fighting ...

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Coronavirus: Sri Lanka govt aims at total relaxation of curfew by June

The Sri Lankan government aims at total relaxation of the curfew restrictions imposed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic by June, according to the Minister on Friday. The Minister that the government was targeting the total lifting of all restrictions by early June depending on the progress after May 11 when it will partially relax few curbs, the newspaper ...

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Coronavirus: Boom time for bikes as virus changes lifestyles

Fear of catching coronavirus on public transport has helped lead to a boom in cycle-to-work schemes. The schemes saw a 200% increase in bicycle orders from people working for emergency services. Demand for more mobility and exercise amid lifestyle changes imposed by the lockdown has also boosted bike sales across the UK. “Very strong” bicycle sales at bike and car ...

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COVID-19: Justin Trudeau extends emergency wage subsidy over rising jobless rate

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday announced extension of the country Emergency Wage Subsidy programme to help businesses and services retain their employees as the April jobless rate soared to record 13 per cent. In April, the Canadian economy lost nearly two million jobs, on top of the one million jobs lost in March, Statistics Canada reported Friday morning, ...

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US Vice-President Mike Pence’s aide tests positive for coronavirus

Katie Miller, seen here with Mike Pence’s chief of staff, is married to Trump aide Stephen Miller A top aide to US Vice-President Mike Pence has tested positive for Covid-19 one day after another White House staff member was diagnosed with the virus. Mr Pence’s press secretary Katie Miller tested positive on Friday, a day after President Donald Trump’s valet, ...

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Rats are infecting humans with hepatitis, and nobody knows how

In 2018, infectious disease experts at the University of Hong Kong came across an unusual patient. The 56-year-old man, who had undergone a liver transplant, was showing abnormal liver functions with no obvious cause. Tests found that his immune system was responding to hepatitis E — but they couldn’t actually find the human strain of the hepatitis E virus (HEV) ...

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