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- Global cases: More than 311,000
- Global deaths: At least 13,407
- U.S. cases: At least 26,747
- U.S. deaths: At least 340
The data above was compiled by Johns Hopkins University.Â
UAE suspended all passenger and transit flights to and from the country for two weeks over coronavirus fears – state news agency WAM said on Sunday citing National Emergency and Crisis and the Civil Aviation Authority.
WAM added the decision will take effect after 48 hours and will last for two weeks, subject to review and evaluation.Â âReuters
A massive funding package to combat the impact of coronavirus did not get enough votes in a key Senate procedural vote Sunday evening.
The stalemate came hours after Democratic leaders warned that the bill was not to their liking because they said it did too much to bail out companies and not enough to help workers. Stock futures cratered as the two parties failed to agree on the terms of the package.
Still, President Donald Trump expressed optimism that lawmakers would eventually reach a deal. “I think you’ll get there,” Trump told reporters at the coronavirus task force press briefing shortly after the vote became final.Â âLauren Hirsch, Leslie Josephs
AirbusÂ confirmed on Sunday it would resume only partial aircraft production when its French and Spanish factories reopen on Monday after a four-day shutdown to tackle health concerns over the coronavirus.
Some French labor unions said on Saturday it had been decided that production would resume at a slower than normal rate.Â âReuters
President Donald Trump on Sunday announced he is deploying the National Guard to California, New York and Washington state – the current epicenters of the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. Trump’s announcement comes after state governors say their demands for more masks and other medical equipment are not being met, forcing them to compete with each other for critical supplies as the coronavirus pandemic escalates in the United States.
The state governors will retain command of the National Guard, but the Federal Emergency Management Agency [FEMA] will cover all costs of the missions to respond to the outbreak, the president said during a press briefing.Â âEmma Newburger, Riya Bhattacharjee