Farmers struggle to sell amid COVID-19 shutdowns, supply chain disruptions
A rising number of farmers across the U.S. are complaining about coronavirus regulations. They have said sweeping lockdowns are hurting their businesses. One America's Kristian Rouz looks into the matter.
Some U.S. states are taking drastic steps to curb the spread of COVID-19. California, Ohio and Illinois have closed bars and restaurants, leaving owners and workers wondering how they'll survive financially. CGTN's Dan Williams reports from Chicago. Scientists around the world are trying to find faster, more reliable ways to test for COVID-19. An unusual session of Parliament involving just 32 MPs from parties represented in the House of Commons convened Tuesday to pass a bill to spend up to $82 billion and increase federal powers to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
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