(Reuters) Here’s what you need to know about the coronavirus right now: Most infectious at the start Studies show people with the coronavirus are most infectious just at the point when they first begin to feel unwell, World Health Organization (WHO) experts said on Tuesday. Dr. Mike Ryan, WHO’s top emergencies expert, said...
By Gabriela Baczynska and Francesco Guarascio BRUSSELS, April 21 (Reuters) - European Union leaders meeting are on Thursday expected to defer a final decision on how to finance the bloc's economic recovery in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic, diplomats and officials said. The 27 national leaders have already clashed over...
  Abby Ellin /(The New York Times) Carmen Soto is a research scientist, with a master’s degree in ecology and natural resources from the National University of Saint Anthony the Abbot in Cuzco, Peru. In 1999, while writing her thesis on the “biological control for the potato moth and virus translocation...
By Josh Smith and Sangmi Cha SEOUL, April 10 (Reuters) - South Korean officials on Friday reported 91 patients thought cleared of the new coronavirus had tested positive again. Jeong Eun-kyeong, director of the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC), told a briefing that the virus may have been...
By Rania El Gamal and Vladimir Soldatkin DUBAI/MOSCOW, April 10 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia, Russia and their allies will press Mexico on Friday to join an accord for collective oil production cuts equivalent to 10% of global supplies and will push the United States and other producers to remove a...
By Pete Schroeder WASHINGTON, June 1 (Reuters) - U.S. financial regulators, banks and their investors will get their first glimpse into the health of the nation's banking system as it confronts soaring corporate and consumer defaults in the economic crisis sparked by the novel coronavirus. And no-one, including the U.S. Federal...
WULONGQIAO, China A devastating disease spreading from China has wiped out roughly one-quarter of the world’s pigs, reshaping farming and hitting the diets and pocketbooks of consumers around the globe. China’s unsuccessful efforts to stop the disease may have hastened the spread — creating problems that could bedevil Beijing and global...
By Asha Sistla March 31 (Reuters) - Gold prices fell on Tuesday as the dollar firmed and as shares rose on hopes of a rebound in China economic activity, while safe-haven demand amid concerns over the coronavirus outbreak kept the metal on track for its sixth straight quarterly gain. Spot...
DUBAI, June 1 (Reuters) - Emirates' outgoing President Tim Clark on Monday said it could take the state carrier up to four years to resume flying to its entire network that has been decimated by the coronavirus pandemic. The Dubai-based airline, which flew to 157 destinations in 83 countries before...
By Norihiko Shirouzu and Paul Lienert May 14 (Reuters) - Electric car maker Tesla Inc plans to introduce a new low-cost, long-life battery in its Model 3 sedan in China later this year or early next that it expects will bring the cost of electric vehicles in line with gasoline...