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WB sees virus ‘economic pain’ for Asia; global deaths 37,638
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WB sees virus ‘economic pain’ for Asia; global deaths 37,638

The World Bank says “significant economic pain seems unavoidable” in the Asia Pacific region. American Airlines, one of the world’s richest airlines, says it will apply for $12bn (£9.7bn) in government aid.
President Trump says the US will have enough ventilators to meet demand.
New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo says the scale of coronavirus deaths is “staggering”.
UK health officials say the nationwide stay at home advice is “making a difference”.
A quick look at today’s virus figures
The US now has more than 3,000 virus-related deaths, according to a tally by John Hopkins University.
The total number of deaths worldwide has reached 37,638.
The death toll out of Italy remains the highest at 11,591 followed by Spain and China.
There are currently over 784,314 confirmed virus cases across the world – the US has surpassed China to claim the most number of cases at 163,429.
– BBC News

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