Como said New York State has no plans,Warehouse Racking System and Trump's proposal is not feasible from a legal or medical perspective.
She pledged that the embassy will " help both the Serbian and Chinese sides to have these laboratories constructed as soon as possible."Serbia reported its first COVID-19 case on March 6 and declared a state of emergency ten days later.
Serbia so far has confirmed 2,666 cases after testing 10,761 people.The Chinese government has sent a team of medical experts to Myanmar to help the country cope with the COVID-19 epidemic, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian announced Wednesday.The team, organized by the National Health Commission, consists of 12 experts selected by the health commission of Yunnan Province. The team left for Myanmar earlier in the day, Zhao said.
The experts specializing in respiratory disease, infectious disease, intensive care, testing and traditional Chinese medicine are from two hospitals in Yunnan and the Yunnan provincial center for disease control and prevention, according to the province.The medical team left Kunming, capital of Yunnan, with medical supplies donated by the province, including nucleic acid testing kits, 8,500 N95 masks, 60,000 disposable masks and 5,500 protective suits.
They will share their experience and provide suggestions to their counterparts in Myanmar on COVID-19 prevention, diagnosis, treatment and medical staff training.
Members of a medical team assisting the Myanmar government's efforts in fight against COVID-19 pose for a photo before departure at the Kunming Changshui International Airport in Kunming, southwest China's Yunnan Province, April 8, 2020. The Chinese government has sent a team of medical experts to Myanmar to help the country cope with the COVID-19 epidemic, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian announced Wednesday. The team, organized by the National Health Commission, consists of 12 experts selected by the health commission of Yunnan Province. The team left for Myanmar earlier in the day, Zhao said. (Photo by Chen Xinbo/Xinhua)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.A separate monthly Labor Department survey taken during the week of March 12, before the shutdowns became widespread, showed the US economy shedding 701,000 jobs and the unemployment rate rising by 4.4 percent - the worst figures since March 2009 during the depths of the global financial crisis.
Thursday's weekly report will likely bring "more scary news," said Beth Ann Bovino, chief US economist for S&P Global Ratings, predicting new claims hitting three million, though some analysts see them going as high as six million.And the April monthly jobs report will also be grim, "with nearly 13 million jobs lost... and an unemployment rate around 15 percent," she said.