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Al Jazeera 24 May 2020

Senegal eases COVID-19 restrictions as food crisis looms


The World Food Programme says the pandemic could push an additional 130 million people to the brink of starvation by the end of the year.
While the number of infections is multiplying in Senegal, the government is easing restriction on movement, fearing a looming food crisis.

Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from Sandiara in Senegal's Thies region.

CGTN's Asieh Namdar and Dr. Rishi Desai, the Chief Medical Officer for, discuss COVID-19 restrictions in the U.S. during 4th of July holiday weekend.
South Africa has eased some restrictions two months after it started one of the strictest lockdowns on the continent.
The partial lifting of measures allows more people to return to work and places of worship have reopened. But restarting schools have been postponed by a week after teachers' unions complained that not enough has been done to keep students safe.
Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports from Johannesburg in South Africa.
UK government holds daily COVID-19 briefing as scientists hail drug breakthrough.
Ontario eases some of its COVID-19 emergency restrictions on Friday, with certain changes taking effect everywhere in the province and others happening only in regions approved for Stage 2 of the government's reopening plan.  


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