Horrific, heartbreaking images have emerged over the past few days of lakhs of migrant workers trudging towards to their villages, sometimes braving a journey of hundreds of kilometres. The movement was precipitated by prime minister Narendra Modi's sudden decision to effect a nationwide lockdown, starting with a “people's curfew” exactly a week ago on March 22. Migrant workers who lost their jobs in the cities and had no money to buy food decided that they had no option but to get home—even if they had to walk there.
- HealthWomen's Health
The tell-tale symptoms resemble those of a cold.
- BusinessYahoo Finance
Thank you Walmart for finally introducing single-direction aisles to your stories — it makes a ton of sense.
- PoliticsLA Times
Stung by occasional criticism from Fox News, President Trump has increasingly turned to the lesser-known but more consistently right-wing OAN.
- HealthABC News
Health care professionals fighting coronavirus on the frontlines continue to push through unimaginable experiences, as hospital beds fill up and empty out before families have a chance to say goodbye, leaving nurses to take on the role of caretaker and mourner. Michael Kouridakis, who has been an ICU nurse for 25 years, told "Nightline" co-anchor Juju Chang about a heart-wrenching FaceTime conversation with a patient's wife just moments after he died.
- SportsNBC News
“It is better to die on your feet than live on your knees!” Lukashenko, who hit the ice for a weekend hockey game, said.
'I Still Can't Believe What I'm Seeing.' What It’s Like to Live Across the Street From a Temporary Morgue During the Coronavirus Outbreak
The arrival of makeshift morgues has thrust the pandemic into full view as it envelops the nation’s largest city.