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Coronavirus update: New York's COVID-19 death toll rises by thousands

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Coronavirus update: New York 's COVID-19 death toll rises by thousands

New York state is now reporting more than 1,700 previously undisclosed deaths at nursing homes as the state faces scrutiny over how it's protected vulnerable residents, while President Trump says he will release a report on the origins of coronavirus.

Mr Trump has declined to wear a mask despite White House guidelines urging people to do so, but suggested he could this time.The number of domestic violence cases in Russia grew two and a half times during the lockdown.)"The picture is rather non-optimistic," the RIA Novosti news agency quoted her as saying.

Russian lawmakers in 2017 decriminalised simple assault against family members, and human rights advocates say the move encouraged abusers and made it much harder to protect victims of domestic violence.The cybersecurity agencies aid the hackers had targeted pharmaceutical companies, research organisations and local governments.

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Read more Mr Trump initially praised China over its response to the outbreak but has since blamed Beijing for the way the pandemic has gripped the world.David McGilchrist has decided to stay in Venezuela.Share on Facebook Share on Twitter The national cabinet has formally invited Jacinda Ardern to join its meeting on Tuesday, which will include a discussion about the contact tracing apps both countries are using.Share on Facebook Share on Twitter The ACT is no longer coronavirus-free after a Canberra woman in her 20s acquired the disease overseas.

Mr Trump was speaking to reporters outside the White House before leaving on a trip to an aerospace facility in Arizona that is making protective face masks, as the state partially lifts its shutdown of businesses to stem the coronavirus pandemic. Mr Trump has declined to wear a mask despite White House guidelines urging people to do so, but suggested he could this time. Source:Supplied VENEZUELA: HOSPITALS WITH NO ACCESS TO SOAP Although David McGilchrist is from Sydney, he’ll be staying in the capital city of Venezuela, Caracas, until the COVID-19 pandemic dies down. "If it's a masked facility, I will" wear a mask, he said. READ MORE On Monday, New Zealand's Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield announced the promising result, the first day without fresh cases since 16 March. Domestic violence double during Russian lockdown The number of domestic violence cases in Russia grew two and a half times during the lockdown.com. ( AP: Pavel Golovkin, file ) The number of domestic violence cases in Russia grew two and a half times during the lockdown the Government ordered to stem the spread of the coronavirus, Russia's human rights ombudswoman said on Tuesday. "Today marks the first time in seven weeks our territory has no active cases of COVID-19 and this is because of the strong work the community is doing to stop this virus," ACT chief health officer Kerryn Coleman said at the time.

Complaints and reports made to Russian non-governmental organisations spiked from roughly 6,000 in March to more than 13,000 in April, human rights ombudswoman Tatyana Moskalkova said. “Even though the health system is terrible – most hospitals don’t have soap, … The poor areas are seeing riots as petrol has run out across the country, and food prices have risen. The announcement will sharpen local hopes for a reduction of the country's lockdown to allow for more recreation, travel, and the return of retail business. "The picture is rather non-optimistic," the RIA Novosti news agency quoted her as saying. Nine women's rights groups in Russia sounded an alarm last month about a surge of domestic violence complaints during the nationwide lockdown — imposed in late March — urging action to protect victims. “We stay in a gated neighbourhood, with high security fences and lock all windows and doors at night. Domestic violence is rampant in Russia and according to police data, up to 40 per cent of all violent crimes are committed within families. "We cannot afford to squander all the hard work and effort in the past weeks. Russian lawmakers in 2017 decriminalised simple assault against family members, and human rights advocates say the move encouraged abusers and made it much harder to protect victims of domestic violence. “Going through red lights is common.5 metres away from others.

Domestic violence is not the only thing on the rise in Russia, which for the third straight day reported over 10,000 new cases of coronavirus. State-backed hackers targeting coronavirus workers The cybersecurity agencies aid the hackers had targeted pharmaceutical companies, research organisations and local governments. Source:Supplied Crime and corruption is rife, and Mr McGilchrist is glad to have a girlfriend familiar with the area showing him the ropes. Australia and New Zealand have taken slightly different approaches to reducing the spread of COVID-19 but have enjoyed similar success. ( ABC: Four Corners ) Government-backed hackers are attacking healthcare and research institutions in an effort to steal valuable information about efforts to contain the coronavirus outbreak, Britain and the United States said on Tuesday in a joint warning. In a statement, Britain's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) said hackers had targeted pharmaceutical companies, research organisations and local governments. “When we have driven around we have seen a heavy presence of the National Guard. The attacks were likely parts of efforts by hackers to "obtain intelligence on national and international healthcare policy or acquire sensitive data on COVID-19 related research", the agencies said. Check your state’s restrictions on gathering limits. SBS is committed to informing Australia’s diverse communities about the latest COVID-19 developments.

The NCSC and CISA did not say which countries were responsible for the attacks.” There isn’t an Australian embassy in Venezuela. But one US official and one UK official said the warning was in response to intrusion attempts by suspected Chinese and Iranian hackers, as well as some Russian-linked activity. The two officials spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss non-public details of the alert. WHY STAY IN VENEZUELA? When asked if he regretted the decision to stay, Mr McGilchrist was firm: “Considering the choices available, no. The federal government's coronavirus tracing app COVIDSafe is available for download from your phone's app store. Tehran, Beijing and Moscow have all repeatedly denied conducting offensive cyber operations and say they are the victims of such attacks themselves. Your questions on coronavirus answered: . “My partner would not be permitted entry into Australia since we are not married and she does not have an Australian passport,” he said.