COVID-19 cases surpass 1.9 million worldwide, Australia death toll at 62 as unemployment rate tipped to grow

COVID-19 cases surpass 1.9 million worldwide, Australia death toll at 62 as unemployment rate tipped to grow

Regions showing improvement in containing the virus spread up to April 20 may see some relaxation for essential activities, but that will also come with conditions, Modi said, noting the government will issue detailed guidelines on Wednesday, local time.

“Please have compassion for the people who work with you and for you in your businesses and jobs – please do not fire anyone,” Modi said

India has so far reported 10,453 infections and 358 deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

Asia’s third-largest economy, which was on track to grow 5 per cent – its weakest expansion in more than a decade in the fiscal year that ended in March – is now looking at a further downturn.

Bloomberg

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