Canada abandoned Tokyo Olympics 2020

By | March 23, 2020
Canada abandoned Tokyo Olympics 2020

The Canada States that it will not send athletes to the Olympic Games 2020 in Tokyo because of problems with the coronavirus.
Germany announced tough restrictions on contacts between people. Chancellor Angela Merkel should be quarantined after encountering an infected doctor.

Latest actual data:

New Zealand is preparing to enter the lock after a surge in the number of cases COVID-19.

US President Donald Trump has ordered the establishment of an ambulance station in the hot spots of the spread of coronavirus in the United States.

The global death toll from pandemic coronavirus exceeded 13 500 people, and aware of more than 313 000 infected.

08: 05 the number of cases of coronavirus in Germany continued to rise on Monday, and a total of 24 873 confirmed cases, more than 2500 cases more than Sunday morning. The country also reported a new total number of deaths in 94 cases or 10 more than the day before. So far 266 people have fully recovered.

07: 45 European aircraft manufacturer Airbus maintains the profit forecast for the year 2020 due to the economic uncertainty caused by the outbreak of coronavirus. “We have withdrawn our guidance for the year 2020 due to the instability of the situation,” he said in his statement, the Executive Director of the Airbus Guillaume Fori.

The manufacturing giant also said it will withdraw the proposal to pay dividends in 2019 “with a total cash cost of about 1.4 billion euros” ($1.5 billion)” with the aim of improving the liquidity and profitability of the group.

07: 40 the United Nations (UN) creates a global Fund to support the treatment of patients with coronavirus, especially in developing countries.

“Multi-donor Fund under the auspices of the United Nations will provide predictability to our partners and help make these efforts more efficient,” reads the statement of the Foreign Minister of Norway Ine Eriksen Soreide.
The Fund will help countries with weak health systems to address the long-term consequences of the outbreak of coronavirus, said the Ministry. The official announcement is expected later this week.

07: 00 Despite official warnings to avoid public places, people in Tokyo crowds out at the weekend to see the cherry blossoms, reports AFP.

Take away the Japanese the opportunity to meet the cherry blossoms is like” take away the arms from the Italians,” said the Governor of Tokyo Yuriko Koike, adding that he urged people not to gather in large groups under trees, as is usual.

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