After contacting the streets of my community, the bus Supermarket Price Displayput me at the gate of the community and was picked up by the staff. I arrived home at 4:30 in the afternoon.
They are frequent scenes of street battles between armed gangs and police.Mandetta advocates strict social distancing measures to contain the virus, in line with World Health Organization recommendations.
He has clashed with his boss, far-right President Jair Bolsonaro, who argues that closing businesses and telling people to stay home is unnecessarily damaging the economy.The US is set for another jarring look at how badly the coronavirus has marred the economy when new weekly jobless benefit claim data was released on Thursday.Photo taken on March 30 shows an almost-empty terminal building at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington of Virginia, the US. Photo: Xinhua
Previous reports by the Labor Department indicated that a combined 10 million people lost their jobs as businesses across the world's largest economy shut down to stop the virus' spread.Analysts expected this Thursday's data to show another jump of several million, further pressuring Washington lawmakers to take action. "It's hard to see anything other than another horrendous report," the consulting firm Pantheon Macroeconomics wrote in an analysis.
The consensus among economists is on a report showing five million new claims for unemployment benefits, but many expect it to be higher.
The report published on April 2 for the week ending March 28 showed 6.65 million job losses, more than double the jobless claims for the previous week.Photo taken on April 6, 2020 shows a social distancing sign on the ground in a shopping mall in Canberra, Australia.
A police officer salutes as he dances encouraging people to follow him from their balconies and windows as the force visits the neighborhood to cheer people up during the lockdown imposed as a preventive measure to curb the spread of COVID-19 in Bogota, Colombia on Wednesday. Photo: AFPThe US saw nearly 2,000 coronavirus deaths for a second day running as the toll soared again in Europe, despite US President Donald Trump's insistence that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday pleaded for global unity in fighting the coronavirus, following Trump's stinging attack on its handling of the pandemic.Governments are grappling with how to balance public safety against the devastating economic impact of stay-at-home orders that have erased millions of jobs in a matter of weeks.