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Sky News 25 Mar 2020

Coronavirus: Do two-thirds of us already have it?

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A report from Oxford University suggsts two-thirds of us may have already been infected by the coronavirus without realising it.

But experts are treating the report with caution.


Senator Chris Coons comments on the two members of Congress who tested positive for coronavirus and how Congress is functioning remotely

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Qurantine, self- isolation and keeping a distance: For most of us this is a rather new concept we have to get used to in times of the Coronavirus pandemic at the moment.
But there are some people who are real professionals when it comes to living in isolation for a long time. How do they prepare? And what lessons can we learn from them?
We will take a look into how astronauts and NASA specialists can help us through these challenging times in this DW Covid 19 Special.
Coronavirus cases are down in China but rising in the West:
China is reporting another drop in the number of new cases of Coronavirus infections. But the death toll in the country where the Covid-19 Coronavirus began is now nearing 3,000.
Elsewhere Iran's death toll has risen to 92, the highest outside China.
The EU has reported the first confirmed case of the virus at its administrative centre in Brussels. Italy has announced it will close all schools and colleges across the country for two weeks.
The German government had banned the export of medical gear and adjusted a national travel advisory to warn of an "elevated quarantine risk" associated with cruise ship travel.
Formula 1 team bosses have met to discuss ways of protecting the sport from financial problems caused by the coronavirus, with a reduction of the budget cap under consideration.
Williams became the third F1 team to put their staff on enforced leave until the end of May, while the team's drivers and executives have to take a 20 percent pay cut. The decision by Williams follows similar moves from McLaren and Racing Point. Eight races of the F1 season have already been cancelled due to the pandemic. We spoke to former Formula 1 world champion Nico Rosberg. He says rescuing the season will require creativity - without forgetting the needs of smaller teams on the circuit.

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