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NBC Sports 15 May 2020

Panthers' Noel Acciari bracing for first child in quarantine

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Florida Panthers forward Noel Acciari shares his quarantine routine with Jac Collinsworth, including training at home, preparing for his first child, staying in touch with his team and more.


Spain, which has had one of the strictest lockdowns in Europe, is allowing children to leave their homes, if they're with an adult, for the first time in six weeks. There have been more than 23,000 confirmed deaths in the country
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Italy's Prime Minister has also announced some easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions in his country. Takeaway food outlets will be able to re-open in May, and visits to relatives will once again be allowed.

The coronavirus crisis and lockdown has created many new challenges. Before the pandemic, drug users in Scotland suffered some of the highest death rates in Europe. Now a GP in Edinburgh, has put together a package of support, with medical students providing addicts with help in their homes.

Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten reports from Damian Grammaticas in Madrid and Social Affairs Correspondent Michael Buchanan.
CORONAVIRUS

For the first time in 11 weeks, people drove out of Wuhan, Wednesday, April 8, as the last travel restrictions were lifted in the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic.
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The coronavirus pandemic has brought decades of economic growth in China to a halt.
Its gross domestic product (GDP) shrank for the first time in recorded history.
The news comes as the government revised the death toll in the city of Wuhan, where the pandemic is believed to have begun.
Officials now say 50 percent more people died there than was previously reported.
Al Jazeera's Katrina Yu has this report from Beijing.
For the first time in history, oil prices in the United States crashed below $0 into negative territory on Monday.
US crude has rebounded in Asian markets to above $1 a barrel
The global coronavirus crisis has slashed demand for crude oil, despite a deal to slash production.
The main oil-producing countries are now running out of space to store their reserves.

Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from Miami, Florida.
And to discuss the impact of the drop in oil prices on the Middle East we are joined by Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid from Doha.

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