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Latin American nations ease restrictions as COVID cases drop

BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — Colombians will soon be going to movie theaters without having to wear face masks. Chile opens its borders next week for the first time in two years. Mexico's president has dec...

Turkish court set to deliver verdict against philanthropist

ISTANBUL (AP) — A Turkish court is expected on Monday to deliver its final verdict in the trial against civil rights activist and philanthropist Osman Kavala who is accused of attempting to overthrow ...

Respiratory Care Devices Market 2021-2030, Key Players, Detailed Analysis and Growth Strategies

Respiratory care is a healthcare specialty that focuses on improving cardiopulmonary function and promoting health and wellness. Respiratory care devices are majorly categorized into therapeutic, diag...

Taiwan won't go into Shanghai-like lockdown despite rising COVID cases, premier says

Taiwan will not go into a Shanghai-like lockdown to control a rise in domestic COVID-19 cases as the vast majority of those infected have no symptoms or show only minor symptoms, Premier Su Tseng-chan...

Afraid to fly with unmasked passengers? Call your airline

DALLAS (AP) — Airlines say they are offering options — including refunds in some cases — for people worried about flying now that other passengers aren’t required to wear face masks. ...

Business Highlights: Powell on rates, Florida on Disney

___ Powell reinforces expectations of sharp rate hike next month WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Reserve must move faster than it has in the past to rein in high infl...

Airlines want to bring back passengers banned over masks

DALLAS (AP) — Remember all those thousands of passengers that airlines banned for not wearing face masks? Now the airlines want them back — or at least, most of them. And leaders of...

Most people in US want masks for travelers: AP-NORC poll

FARGO, N.D. (AP) — A majority of people in the United States continue to support a mask requirement for people traveling on airplanes and other shared transportation, a poll finds. A ruling by a feder...

Cyprus to further ease use of COVID certificates, masks

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — Cyprus is further winding down the compulsory use of COVID-19 vaccination certificates and face masks as the country’s virus numbers continue to improve. Healt...

Disney World: Face masks optional for all areas of resort

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Walt Disney World has lifted the last of its mask requirements, meaning face coverings will be optional for visitors at all locations on the central Florida Disney property. ...

Ukrainian mayor and lawmakers attend Vatican Easter vigil

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis on Saturday invoked “gestures of peace in these days marked by the horror of war” in an Easter vigil homily in St. Peter’s Basilica attended by the mayor of the occupi...

Delta loses $940 million in Q1, but bookings, revenue, surge

Delta Air Lines lost $940 million in the first quarter, hurt by a rise in fuel prices, but bookings surged in recent weeks, setting up a breakout summer as Americans try to put the pandemic behind the...

'It can't be fixed:' In shattered Irpin, signs of homecoming

IRPIN, Ukraine (AP) — Pounding sounds came from a sixth-floor window, along with the risk of falling glass. For once, it was not destruction in the Ukrainian town of Irpin, but rebuilding. Heartened b...

Taiwan’s health minister rules out free rapid-antigen tests outside hotspots

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Health Minister Chen Shih-cheng (陳時中) said Tuesday (April 12) that rapid-antigen tests cannot be made free outside high-risk counties and cities, citing the country’...

Mask rule for planes and trains still up in the air

DALLAS (AP) — The federal requirement to wear face masks on airplanes and public transportation is scheduled to expire next week, and airline executives and Republican lawmakers are urging the Biden a...