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North Korea is delivering massive relief supplies to the city with fear of coronavirus, although no cases are still being reported

A North Korean city that was put into an “ultra-emergency state” at the end of July after a suspected coronavirus case occurred, according to the country’s state media, more than 550,000 relief supplies were sent on Thursday. This is despite the continued existence of the hermit kingdom that the disease does not exist within its borders. The developments come after …

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The Russian cargo ship brings the necessary supplies and equipment to the space station

A non-piloted Russian Progress cargo ship loaded with nearly 3 tons of supplies and equipment for the International Space Station was fired on Thursday by the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan and, after concerns about a possible misalignment, was safely docked in the lab complex at the last second. The Progress MS-15 / 76P spacecraft took an autonomous approach and docked …

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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan reports on efforts to secure test supplies while criticizing Trump’s “hopeless” response

Hogan’s harsh criticism of the President’s response comes from the fact that the number of coronavirus cases in the United States is increasing, and states are taking self-regulatory measures to slow the spread. Hogan, chairman of the National Governors Association, has called for more aid to the states and has openly pushed Trump back over the pandemic, including the president’s …

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Single device generates, stores and supplies renewable electricity from the sun

The integrated solar power battery device contains both a solar cell for converting sunlight into electricity and chemicals that can store the electricity for later use. Photo credit: Wenjie Li Chemists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and their staff have developed a highly efficient and long-lasting solar power battery that can be used to generate, store, and release renewable electricity …

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China urges food companies to increase supplies because of concerns that COVID-19 will continue to be disrupted

SINGAPORE / BEIJING (Reuters) – China has asked retailers and food processors to increase grain and oilseed stocks as a possible second wave of coronavirus cases and worsening infection rates elsewhere raise concerns about global supply lines. FILE PHOTO: A worker inspects soybeans during the soybean harvest near the city of Campos Lindos, Brazil, February 18, 2018. Photo dated February …

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Belarus receives its first US oil shipment to cut Russian supplies

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on Friday that the United States will send its first shipment of 80,000 tons of crude oil to Belarus, which has been looking for alternative oil suppliers after a month-long price dispute with Russia. Pompeo said he believes this latest partnership “strengthens Belarusian sovereignty and independence.” Russia cut oil supplies to Belarus in January …

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Cuomo introduces a consortium of seven countries that buys medical supplies to help fight corona viruses

Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York reported a slight decrease in nationwide COVID-19 deaths on Sunday New York is partnering with six nearby states to buy equipment and supplies that were sometimes hard to come by during the coronavirus pandemic, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Sunday. After working with neighboring states on plans for coronavirus closure and reopening, Cuomo said …

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US meat plants have become coronavirus hot spots as workers’ illnesses increase due to the maintenance of food supplies

Workers in large meat processing plants in the U.S. said they should continue to work in crowded situations, sometimes while ill, while their companies did not provide adequate protective equipment, making the plants hot spots for coronavirus infections. This was the result of a new investigation. Since the outbreak of the corona virus in the United States, government officials have …

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Russian freighter reaches the space station with almost 3 tons of supplies

A Russian cargo ship has arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) and has completed a short chase. The Progress 75 robot vehicle docked at the orbit laboratory today (April 25) less than 3.5 hours later at 01:12 a.m. EDT (0512 GMT) Launch on a Russian Soyuz rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The rendezvous took place when both …

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