Film show: The latest blow to the struggling film industry in the Covid-19 era
Film critic Lisa Nesselson talks to Eve Jackson about the week's film news, including the announcement that the world's second-largest cinema chain Cineworld will close nearly 700 locations in the UK and the US, putting thousands of jobs at risk. They also discuss the French documentary about police brutality that's spurring debate, "Un Pays qui se tient sage" from David Dufresne, plus the Portuguese film "Moral Order" starring Maria de Medeiros as real-life heiress Maria Adelaide Coelho.
People who have been infected with #Covid-19 are usually asked to stay home and quarantined. But that rule does not seem to apply to everyone: some #hospitals in #France have made some of their staff come to work even if they had been infected, because they have no one to replace them. Those doctors and nurses are #asymptomatic but some say health institutions are putting patients at risk. CGTN's Rachelle Akuffo spoke to Imani M. Cheers, associate professor of digital storytelling and the Associate Director in the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University about the role of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the United States. Dr. Dyan Hes, the founder of Gramercy Pediatrics in New York City, joined CBSN to discuss the factors behind a rise in pediatric COVID-19 cases and how the virus affects pregnant women. Dr. Dyan Hes, the founder of Gramercy Pediatrics in New York City, joined CBSN to discuss the factors behind a rise in pediatric COVID-19 cases and how the virus affects pregnant women.