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Austria records more than 800 food remembers in previous decade

More than 1,000 product warnings, recalls and notices for food, food contact materials, cosmetics and toys were published in Austria between 2010 and 2019. The main reasons were residues, microorganisms and contamination by foreign material. Most commonly affected products included toys, cereal products, meat products and dairy. During this period, the public was informed 813…

Spain, Austria ease coronavirus curbs, U.S. disputes risks

MADRID/LONDON (Reuters) - Spain and Austria allowed partial returns to work on Tuesday but Britain, France and India extended lockdowns to rein in the new coronavirus while the United States, where the death toll exceeded 25,000, debated how to reopen its economy. The World Health Organization (WHO) warned that infections had “certainly” not yet peaked.…

Austria and Denmark are first in Europe to announce easing of coronavirus lockdowns

BRUSSELS — Austria and Denmark on Monday became the first European countries to announce concrete plans to reopen their societies after coronavirus lockdowns, hoping they may have already weathered the worst of the first wave of the pandemic.Belgium, France, Spain and others are similarly examining how they will loosen some of the restrictions on public…

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LAX implements thermal screening to scan passengers for coronavirus symptoms

The infrared screening program, similar to others used in Asia and Europe, will identify passengers with temperatures above 100.4, who will be asked not to fly.June 22, 2020

Increasing coronavirus cases convinces some cities to adopt mandatory mask policies

As cases continue to rise in 23 states, cities like Miami, Tampa and Dallas have implemented mandatory mask policies in an effort to curb the spread of the virus. Younger Americans are now seeing higher levels of infection, with the average age for those testing positive now only 37.June 22, 2020

Investors hit pause on global stocks rally—for now

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