Euronews 14 Mar 2020

Coronavirus: Satellite data shows Italy's pollution plummet amid COVID-19 lockdown


Nitrogen dioxide emissions have declined in northern Italy since its coronavirus lockdown, data shows. …

Now is a tough time for everyone, especially job-hunting graduates. Recruitment specialists say young people should use the time to improve their skills.…
Zoos are in the midst of a crisis that will take years to recover from even if the lockdown were to end at the beginning of June, it's been claimed. …
More than 1,500 police officers have been deployed in the Afghan capital, Kabul, to enforce the lockdown.
Only health workers, security forces, and people shopping for basic necessities will be allowed onto the streets.
The government has registered 423 coronavirus cases so far, including 73 in Kabul.
Al Jazeera's Laura Burdon-Manley reports.
The federal government's emergency commercial rent assistance program is not expected to be in place until at least mid-May. Is that too late for some businesses struggling amid COVID-19 shutdowns? Two business owners - Ginger Robertson and Samantha Sherer - discuss.

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