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Coronavirus: Sikh Family In US Makes Face Masks At Home To Help Health Workers

Amid the fast-spreading coronavirus pandemic in the US, a Sikh family based in the state of Indiana have made masks in an effort to help the public and first responders in the fight against the deadly disease, a media report said.

Coronavirus: Sikh Family In US Makes Face Masks At Home To Help Health Workers

Indian Expat Falls Asleep At Dubai Airport, Now Stranded

A United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based Indian expat was now stranded at the Dubai airport after he fell asleep while waiting for his flight back home, a media report said.

Indian Expat Falls Asleep At Dubai Airport, Now Stranded

Biden Campaign Names Indian-American Vivek Murthy To Covid-19 Advisory Panel

"The campaign's top priority is and will continue to be the health and safety of the public," it added.

Biden Campaign Names Indian-American Vivek Murthy To Covid-19 Advisory Panel

Trump's Impatience With Coronavirus Measures Continues To Escalate

Trump's Impatience With Coronavirus Measures Continues To Escalate

WASHINGTON - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is braced for the possibility that the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States could get significantly worse, but he says the current travel restrictions at the border will suffice — for now.

 

 

Trump's Impatience With Coronavirus Measures Continues To Escalate

Consider Exemptions To Travel Restrictions, Border-state Senators Urge Trump

Consider Exemptions To Travel Restrictions, Border-state Senators Urge Trump

New York senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, both Democrats, released a letter Monday urging the White House to bear in mind the importance of bilateral travel to businesses, families and communities located near the Canada-U.S. border.

Consider Exemptions To Travel Restrictions, Border-state Senators Urge Trump

US Approves Anti-Malaria Drug For COVID-19, Says It Could Be Gamechanger

Trump said the drug could prove to be a "gamechanger" and if it is not, the downside risks are likely to be low.

US Approves Anti-Malaria Drug For COVID-19, Says It Could Be Gamechanger