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Yahoo BusinessJul 11, 2020
Australia Warns of Vaccine Wait; U.S. Bases Hit: Virus Update
(Bloomberg) -- A coronavirus vaccine may be two years away, if one is ever found, and low levels of infection may become a part of life, Australia's deputy chief medical officer warned.U.S. military facilities in Okinawa have found a total of at least 50 coronavirus cases, NHK said. New infections in Tokyo exceeded 200 for a third day, though fell short of Friday's record, Kyodo reported. Masked fans returned to baseball in Japan, making the country among the first to restart major sport with spectators.In the U.S., Texas hospitalizations topped 10,000 for the first time and California suffered its second-highest day of deaths. Florida's biggest county had a record number of patients in intensive care.Key Developments:Global Tracker: Cases top 12.5 million; deaths surpass 560,000Wuhan shows the world how economies may recover‘Back to the nightmare' as virus shuts Hong Kong schoolsTesting bottlenecks are hindering U.S. statesJapan urges urbanites to tour country, sparks virus fearBillionaire's empire unexpectedly thrives in BrazilMasked fans return to baseball in JapanSubscribe to a daily update on the virus from Bloomberg's Prognosis team here. Click VRUS on the terminal for news and data on the coronavirus.U.S. Bases in Okinawa Find More Than 50 Cases: NHK (5:15 p.m. HK)U.S. military facilities in Okinawa, including Marine Corps Air Station Futenma and Camp Hansen, have found a total of at least 50 coronavirus cases, NHK reported Saturday, citing unidentified people. NHK cited Okinawa Governor Denny Tamaki as saying m

Yahoo BusinessJul 10, 2020
U.S. Airlines Cancel Hong Kong Flights Over Crew Testing
United Airlines Holdings, inc. (NASDAQ: UAL) and American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: AAL) have temporarily suspended flights to Hong Kong after the city imposed invasive COVID-19 testing on all arriving crew members.The first round of mandatory aircrew tests found four cases of infection, including three pilots working for Hong Kong Air Cargo, a unit of Hong Kong Airlines, who had just returned from Almaty in Kazakhstan, according to the South China Morning Post. Hong Kong health authorities tightened testing rules earlier this week after a 54-year-old cargo pilot tested positive for the coronavirus on July 4 following trips to Kazakhstan and Turkey. In response, United Airlines has canceled flights to-and-from Hong Kong through July 10 while it reassesses the situation. American Airlines pushed back resumption of flights, originally scheduled for July 9, until August 5, the Wall Street Journal reported. Last week United began operating five weekly flights between San Francisco and Hong Kong. On Monday said it would begin weekly flights from Chicago to the semi-autonomous city in September.KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (OTC: KLMR) also canceled an Amsterdam-Hong Kong flight on Wednesday to ensure it's crew didn't have to stay overnight and get tested, the South China Morning Post reported.The deep-throat saliva tests are intended to help contain a new local outbreak of the disease, but underscore challenges airlines face in trying to restart and sustain flight operations after global lockdowns that slowed air travel to a trickle. Air
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