Tagged With Lockdowns

Starbucks jumps 6% after showing signs its recovery from coronavirus lockdowns is picking up

People 'haven’t been as quick to restrict their movement' in the Melbourne CBD in the second round of lockdowns, according to new data

Rep. Pramila Jayapal excoriated AG Bill Barr during a heated Congressional hearing over his 'aggressive' approach to Black Lives Matter protests

'It's like another kick in the guts': Restaurant owners in Melbourne on how they're tackling the 2nd round of lockdowns

The WHO says 'total lockdown' possible for countries after concerning surges in coronavirus cases

Melbourne's second lockdown could spell death for some small businesses. Here are 3 things government can do to save them.

New York is set for Phase 3 of reopening, but indoor dining is still off-limits

FedEx skyrockets 17% on surprise revenue beat and a slew of Wall Street upgrades

California, whose coronavirus response was hailed as a success story, is now seeing 5,000-plus cases each day. Here's what went wrong.

20 photos show what Europe looks like as countries ease coronavirus lockdowns

Germany put 500,000 people back under lockdown after a spike in coronavirus cases

Trump says 'we won't be closing down the country again' as coronavirus cases increase in at least 14 states

Coronavirus cases are rising across Southern states — but for many Southern governors, lockdowns are off the table

Austin extended its stay at home order until August after a spike in coronavirus cases

A top Trump economic advisor says 'there is no second wave' of coronavirus as cases surge in over a dozen states

Lockdowns worked, new research finds. Scientists estimate coronavirus measures stopped at least 60 million infections in the US and 3 million deaths in Europe.

The protests may have ended the coronavirus lockdowns permanently

70% of people infected with the coronavirus did not pass it to anyone, preliminary research shows. Superspreading events account for most transmission.

Around 40% of Switzerland's COVID-19 intensive care patients were under 60 years old, according to a new report

There's a demonstrated way to avoid lockdowns and still stop the coronavirus' spread. South Korea has been doing it for months.