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Covid crisis threatens to push millions into child labour – latest updates

Coronavirus has killed more than 3.76 million people and infected over 175 million globally. Here are the latest coronavirus-related developments for June 10:

6/10/2021 4:14:00 AM

Here are the latest developments in the global Covid-19 crisis: 🦠 Covid crisis threatens to push millions into child labour 🇰🇷 S.Korea considers vaccinating workers at major firms 🇦🇺 Australia's Victoria state records slight rise in cases For more:

Coronavirus has killed more than 3.76 million people and infected over 175 million globally. Here are the latest coronavirus-related developments for June 10:

Thursday, June 10:Child labour swells for first time in two decades: UNThe world has marked the first rise in child labour in two decades and the coronavirus crisis threatens to push millions more youngsters toward the same fate, the United Nations said.

Fauci: If community spread doesn't get under control, US 'may sooner or later get another variant' Biden to announce new emissions standards, target that 50% of vehicles sold in US by 2030 are electric Lawyers for landlords ask federal court to block new eviction moratorium

In a joint report, the International Labour Organization and the UN children's agency UNICEF said the number locked in child labour stood at 160 million at the start of 2020 –– an increase of 8.4 million in just four years.S.Korea considers vaccinating workers at major companies 

South Korea is considering plans to vaccinate workers at key businesses including chip and electronics firms to prevent disruptions to production, the Maeil Business Newspaper reported, citing government and industry sources.The Labour Ministry has sent letters to companies including Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, SK Hynix Inc and LG Electronics Inc seeking information on their Covid-19 vaccination needs, the report said. headtopics.com

The government had no immediate comment on the report.Australia's Victoria state records slight rise in Covid-19 casesAustralia's Victoria state has said new locally acquired cases of Covid-19 rose slightly as state capital, Melbourne, prepares to come out of a two-week hard lockdown to contain its latest virus outbreak.

Melbourne will exit the lockdown as planned on Thursday night, although some restrictions on travel and gatherings would likely remain for another week.Four new locally acquired cases were reported on Thursday, versus one case a day earlier, taking the total infections in the latest outbreak to 90.

Mexico reports 3,855 new coronavirus cases, 253 more deathsMexico has reported 3,855 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the country and 253 more fatalities, bringing total infections to 2,441,866 and the death toll to 229,353, according to Health Ministry data.

Separate government data recently published suggested the real death toll may be at least 60% above the confirmed figure. Read more: TRT World »

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Pfizer-BioNTech to supply US with 500 million doses of their Covid19 vaccine. Here are other updates 🇩🇪 Germany logs 3,187 more cases 🇮🇳 India reports record daily deaths 🇹🇼 Taiwan reports 263 new infections For more:

Brazil has 52,911 coronavirus cases and 2,378 COVID deaths in 24 hoursBrazil has had 52,911 new cases of the novel coronavirus reported in the past 24 hours, and 2,378 deaths from COVID-19, the Health Ministry said on Tuesday. Politics.🥱 Great. Bring em to America. On a related note, Brazil wants to host a continental football tournament!

Brazil reports 37,156 coronavirus cases and 1,010 COVID deaths in 24 hours -ministryBrazil has had 37,156 new cases of coronavirus reported in the past 24 hours, and 1,010 deaths from COVID-19, the health ministry said on Monday. This would be America is Biden wasn’t elected. I hope the global community can help because this is unacceptable.

Houston hospital suspends 178 employees who refused Covid-19 vaccinationNearly 25,000 of Houston Methodist's staff members have been fully inoculated against Covid-19 as part of a vaccination requirement announced in April. Let the labor free markets work GOP ormis this some exception for you? Please allow the 178 of 25,000 employees look for work elsewhere. This is still America. In our capitalist system, business make the rules and employees decide where they want to work. Good Good for the business. You know better and if you don't care for yourself. Old people living in those hospitals so find a trump hospital work there and kill everybody in there. On you.

Covid: Managers need to adapt for home working, boss saysFigures show home working is four times as common as it was before the pandemic.

Covid-19: Number of Delta variant cases double in Northern IrelandBBC News NI understands there are about 80 suspected cases of the so-called Indian variant of Covid in NI.

Post-COVID Wave Ahead of Death, Disability From Chronic DiseaseFormer USFDA head Robert Cardiff, MD. says that as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States will likely face a large wave of death and disability from common chronic diseases that will affect society for decades. This is a bunch of malarkey. The “vaccine” will be causing these deaths and the blame on fantasy illnesses is a premeditated response. Whatever. .....😏 P