Taking an unusual route, these brands thank customers for not using their products during coronavirus
Files Companies like Uber and automobile brand Fiat Chrysler have urged their customers to stay away from their products, in order to keep themselves safe during the pandemic. According to a business news report published by CNN, these aforementioned companies are taking an unusual tack in their ads during the coronavirus ? recommending people not to use their products.
Jacinda Ardern, her fiance and a group of friends were turned away from a cafe in Wellington because it had already reached its customer limit. Photo: AFP/File New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her partner were turned away from a cafe on Saturday because it was too full under the physical distancing guidelines.
A female doctor fell out of hospital’s window as she was complaining about lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) needed to take care of coronavirus patients during a conference call. The incident occurred in Russia, where Dr Yelena Nepomnyashchaya, 47, had opposed to idea to admit the virus patients to her hospital due to shortage of the PPE.
SRINAGAR: In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism martyred another youth in Pulwama district on Wednesday. The troops martyred the youth during a cordon and search operation in Sharshali area of the district. The killing of the youth triggered massive anti-India demonstrations in the area.
Sri Lankan police and election officials load ballot boxes and papers into busses from a distribution centre to polling stations in Colombo, Sri Lanka, November 15, 2019. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte/Files COLOMBO: Sri Lanka will not be in a position to conduct parliamentary elections in the country as scheduled on April 25 due to the coronavirus outbreak, Mahinda Deshapriya, the chairperson of the country?s election commission, said on Wednesday.
OTTAWA: Canada has recorded almost 12,000 cases of the new coronavirus and the death toll jumped by almost 20% from Thursday, according to data posted by the country’s public health agency on Friday. The agency said on its Web site that cases gained by about 16% to 11,747 from
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo testifies before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington. Photo: AFP DOHA/KABUL: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday announced a $1 billion cut in US aid to Afghanistan after he failed to convince Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his political foe to end a feud that has helped jeopardize a US-led peace effort.
Reuters/Files A bitter feud between Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his rival Abdullah Abdullah appeared closer to resolution Friday after Abdullah said the two men had moved forward in talks. "We have made progress in negotiations & reached tentative agreement on a range of principles. Work on details is underway to finalize the agreement," Abdullah said on Twitter.
United States (US) Commission on International Religious Freedom has recommended strict diplomatic restrictions against India over organized violence against religious liberty in the country, ARY NEWS reported on Thursday. The commission noted that India willingly allowed organized violent activities against religious freedom, which was a grave violation of the international religious freedom law.
MANCHESTER: As the world enters the fourth month of the deadly coronavirus pandemic, the Muslim community prepares for their most cherished celebration of the year. Eid-ul-Fitr, for the first time for millions of Muslims, will be celebrated under lockdown in their homes. Eid-ul-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan and is a celebration for fasting and completing religious duties for the entirety of the month.