Kenya / East Africa

🦗 Kenya is training its youth with exercises to fight its locust problem. This is the worst locust outbreak that parts of East Africa have seen in 70 years

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IT'S OUT: @tracyalloway  and I recorded a sequel episode with @bennpeifert  about those Korean retail investors who bought products that were implicitly bets against a global market crash.

"If we get our act together countrywide and if the compliance is very high and that testing, including some innovations like the self-swab that our foundation has driven, if those get into place by early June, we'll be looking at some type of opening up," says @BillGates .

Railways have deployed more than 2,500 doctors&35,000 paramedics staff. Their chain of 586 health units,45 sub divisional hospitals,56 divisional hospitals,8 production unit hospitals&16 zonal hospitals are dedicating their significant facilities to fight #COVID19 : Lav Aggarwal

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Join one of the fastest growing online community of learners in #Africa , with over 10,000 participants already building relevant #digitalskills  for productivity. Sign up on . #SkillUpDuringLockdown 

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1,30,000 samples have been tested so far. Out of these 5,734 samples tested positive till date. Positivity rate ranges between 3-5% in the last 1-1.5 months. It has not increased substantially. Yesterday we tested 13,143 samples: Indian Council of Medical Research #COVID19 

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“No one should think the government can wave a wand and all of a sudden the economy is anything like it was before this happened,” @BillGates  on the difficulties in re-opening up the American economy.

Under-used Swiss hospitals hint at hidden toll of coronavirus by Follow our live blog @REUTERSFARGEor  the latest updates on the coronavirus:

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PM Narendra Modi spoke on telephone today with Moon Jae-in, President of South Korea. The leaders discussed #COVID19  pandemic & challenges it posed to global health systems&economic situation. They shared information about steps taken in their countries to tackle the pandemic:ANI

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