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29 Mar 2020   
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-Students provide sanitizers to daily workers to fight virus
-A walk through town: Families, coronavirus and togetherness
-Virus prevention measures turn violent in parts of Africa
-Fear behind bars as the coronavirus spreads
-Analyzing the Patterns in Trump's Falsehoods About Coronavirus
-One Battle Boris Johnson Is Clearly Winning
-Dozens Clash on Hubei Border After China Lifts Virus Quarantine
-Australia prepares to fly cruise passengers to Germany
-AP PHOTOS: Italy's front-line medical heroes, in portraits
-China sends medical aid to Pakistan to combat virus outbreak

Covid 19 coronavirus: Grey Lynn residents join in appreciation for frontline workers
Trying to be "careful while still neighbourly" was the name of the game for Grey Lynn residents on Dryden St, as they united in front yard applause for at risk essential workers. Around 60 residents along the inner Auckland suburban... 
© 2020 NZ Herald 0:25am 

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Coronavirus: OneWeb blames pandemic for collapse
OneWeb, the high-profile London-based satellite start-up, files for bankruptcy protection in the US. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 11:05pm 

Joseph Lowery: Veteran US civil rights leader dies aged 98
Joseph Lowery, a former "dear friend" of Martin Luther King Jr, was a champion for civil rights. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 11:05pm 

Coronavirus cradle Wuhan partly reopens after lockdown
People enter the Chinese city where the coronavirus outbreak began for the first time in months. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 11:05pm 

-Softbank-backed satellite startup OneWeb files for bankruptcy

Coronavirus: Manaakitanga now means to stay home and keep your distance
OPINION: Our tikanga changed this week. Manaakitanga now means to stay home and to stay away, to keep our distance. 
© 2020 9:25pm 

-Joseph Lowery, civil rights leader and MLK aide, dies at 98
-With virus, cherished Mideast traditions come to abrupt halt

New fog guns help with cleaning on Wellington train, bus service
Wellington's trains and buses are being reduced to ghost services, as public transport is adjusted to cope with the lockdown. And new fog guns have been brought in to disinfect them. 
© 2020 RadioNZ 9:15pm 

As it happened: Covid-19 updates in NZ and around the world on 28 March
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spoke to her followers on Facebook from her office in Premier House. Stay up to date with RNZ's live blog. 
© 2020 RadioNZ 8:25pm 

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-AP FACT CHECK: Trump a rosy outlier on science of the virus
-Epidemic infects Europe with 'germ of division'

Coronavirus: Global confirmed infections top 600,000 as Spain's death toll surges
The number of confirmed coronavirus infections worldwide has topped 600,000, as Spain's death toll breaks another record. 
© 2020 1:35am 

-The Coronavirus Disaster You’re Not Paying Attention To
-Iran coronavirus death toll tops 2,500: ministry

Coronavirus: Social distancing up in flames as soon as fire alarm goes off
An unexpected alarm at a busy supermarket shows Kiwis are still getting to grips with anti-coronavirus measures. 
© 2020 11:55pm 

Will Olympics delay affect Neville's future as England manager?
With the Olympics being postponed and Euro 2021 likely to be affected, how will that impact Phil Neville's position as England Women's manager? 
© 2020 BBCWorld 11:05pm 

'I've signed up to be an NHS volunteer'
England captain Heather Knight talks about volunteering for the NHS, team quizzes and no longer being a fair-weather cyclist during the coronavirus pandemic. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 11:05pm 

Coronavirus: Deserted London landmarks seen from above
Some of the city's most popular landmarks are devoid of the usual crowds as people stay indoors to help combat coronavirus. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 11:05pm 

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Coronavirus: Patient attended Wellington Les Mills class before testing positive
A person who tested positive for coronavirus attended a fitness class at a Wellington gym. 
© 2020 9:25pm 

-Civil rights leader, MLK aide Joseph Lowery dies at 98
-UK's Johnson virus positive as new outbreaks appear in US
-Tokyo Sees Jump in Cases; China Eyes More Stimulus: Virus Update

American Samoa disappointed at US assistance for stranded citizens
American Samoa's governor has shared his disappointment with the US President over the failure of the government to organise a flight for US citizens stranded in Samoa. 
© 2020 RadioNZ 8:45pm 

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