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Japan will stop short of offering blanket coronavirus tests, and instead target the vulnerable and those most at risk in seeking to prevent a second wave of infections, the minister in charge of policies to combat the health crisis said.
China said on Friday that social
media companies should not selectively create obstacles for
media agencies, responding to Facebook Inc's decision to
start labeling state-controlled media organisations.
Progress towards coronavirus bailouts buoyed the shares of Lufthansa and Air France-KLM on Monday, as the protracted travel slump turned up the heat on rivals yet to secure financing needed to tide them through the pandemic.