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(美国疫情持续,单日亡4000人,纽约州纽约市是重灾区)
Our leads to where we remains what it is everyday -the cruel sword on the world by the coronavirus. The global case numbers near 2.2 million, death now top 149,000. The figures once again come from Johns Hopkins University, the late reports from New York also included.The United States has been especially hard-hit by covid-19. Some 673,000 infections and more than 34,000 fatalities, both are the highest in the world by far. Yesterday's lives lost in the U.S., well over 4000, was a one-day record. The state of New York alone lost another 630 lives, most in New York city.

(特朗普宣布各州自行逐步复工)
President Donald Trump has unveiled a plan for reopening the American economy, calling on state governors to use what's called "a phased and deliberate approach" to restore normal activities. This will be done initially in areas that have strong testing and which see a two-week decrease in daily covid-19 cases. Mr. Trump calls it a gradually process, saying that governors will decide how quickly they will act on his guidelines. Days earlier, the president had insisted he had total authority over how this is to be done. Calling Mr. Trump to the governors yesterday,"you're gonna call your own shots". But today, there was this Twitter message message from the president, "liberate Minnesota, liberate Michigan, liberate Virginia". All three states have Democratic governors. He also took in at__ New York governor Andrew Cuomo, another ___, who criticized the White House. Said the president "Cuomo should spend more time doing and less time complaining."

(纽约州疫情依然严重,封城将持续到5月15日)
New York state will extend its stay-at-home restrictions at least through May 15th. Governor Cuomo says transmission rates still need to be tamed. Overall numbers in New York are staggering.225,000 cases and well over 15,000 deaths, most of them in New York city. Cuomo puts New York's daily covid-19 hospital admissions at about 2,000, but he says total hospitalizations are on the decline by the day.

(一季度GDP狂泄,40年来最低)
China's Gross Domestic Products fell almost_ 7% in the quarter ending in March(that ended in March), its worst showing since before Beijing's market-style economic reforms began in 1979.

(抗疫药瑞德西韦让股市上涨)
Asian markets and Wall Street got a boost amid report from Gilead Science that its anti-viral drug Remdesivir has stated(result, heads out) in the recovery of the covid-19 patients in Chicago.

(美国失业人数为大萧条以来最高)
The United States is reporting its worst unemployment numbers since the Great Depression. 5.2 million Americans filed for jobless benefits last week, putting the four week total at 22 million. It is the worst stretch of U.S. job loss on record.

(官方修订疫情数据)
With its official reports under scrutiny, China says the city of Wuhan, the first epicenter of the pandemic,absorbed__ the lose of at least 15% more lives than previously thought. Nearly 1300 victims have been added to Beijing's list, pushing Wuhan's death toll to just under 4000, more than 2/3 what China claims as its overall fatality number. State media blamed the miscount on an overwhelmed health care system forced to deal with thousands of sick patients in_ Wuhan, Hubei province.

(全球统计数据可能仅为冰山一角)
China's new figure strengthened the decision of those who said the true pandemic death toll worldwide maybe much higher than current numbers indicate. An epidemiologist in Spain working with the government, says the country's official 90,000 death maybe just the tip of the iceberg (and) that many of the countries and regions need use uniform methods to help victims (to be) accounted. Theories of undercount have also been raised among other places in Italy and Great Britain.

(英国封城措施延长,意大利部分放松)
UK has extended its lockdown for another 3 weeks. Coronavirus restrictions are being eased in parts of Europe where daily death tolls are declining. This includes Italy. Its 22,000 deaths are second only to the U.S. Some of Italy's nonessential businesses are being allowed to reopen.

(非洲面临疫情中的食品短缺困境)
There are developing worries about the plight of poor nations and the ability to restart the struggling economies. International Monetary Funds says it's ready to use its trillion dollar lending capacity for needing nations, and the world richest countries have agreed to temporarily freeze debt obligations of poverty-stricken nations mainly in Africa. The coronavirus has appeared in 52 Africa's 54 nations. There are fears of lockdowns with severely affected food supplies.

(联合国秘书长呼吁保护儿童)
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres says the pandemic is putting the world's children in jeopardy, and he's urging families everywhere and leaders at all levels to "protect our children." The UN chief says lives of children are being totally upended. And he said reduced household income is expected to force poor families to cut back on spending with such basics as food.

(日本将封城政策扩大到全国)
Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe has expanded the state of emergency to cover the whole country, as the covid-19 death toll approaches to 200 among its some 9200 cases in Japa.
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Our lead story remains what it is everyday. 头条新闻照常
The cruel soared on the world by the coronavirus. 残酷在世界上空翱翔
The global case number is nearing 2.2 million, deaths now top 149,000. The figures once again come from Johns Hopkins University. The late reports from New York are also included. The United States has been especially hard-hit by covid-19, some 673,000 infections and more than 34,000 fatalities, both are the highest in the world by far. Yesterday's live lost in the U.S., well over 4000, was a one-day record. The state of New York alone lost another 630 lives, most in New York city.

President Donald Trump has unveiled a plan for reopening the American economy, calling on state governors to use what's called "a phased and deliberate approach" to restore normal activities. This will be done initially in areas that have strong testing and which see a two-week decrease in daily covid-19 cases. Mr. Trump calls it a gradual process, saying that governors will decide how quickly they will act on his guidelines. Days earlier, the President had insisted he had total authority over how this is to be done. Calling Mr. Trump to the governors yesterday, "you're going to call your own shots". But today, there was this Twitter message from the president, "liberate Minnesota, liberate Michigan, liberate Virginia". All three states have Democratic governors. He also took aim at New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, another Democrat, who criticized the White House, said "the President, Cuomo should spend more time doing and less time complaining."

New York State will extend its stay-at-home restrictions at least through May 15th. Governor Cuomo says transmission rates still need to be tamed. Overall numbers in New York are staggering, 225,000 cases and well over 15,000 deaths, most of them in New York City. Cuomo puts New York's daily covid-19 hospital admissions at about 2,000, but he says total hospitalizations are on the decline by the day.

China's Gross Domestic Products fell well almost 7% in the quarter ended in March, its worst showing since before Beijing's market-style economic reforms began in 1979.

Asian markets and Wall Street got a boost amid report from Gilead Science吉利德科技公司 that its antiviral drug Remdesivir瑞德西韦 has helped in the recovery of the covid-19 patients in Chicago.

The United States is reporting its worst unemployment numbers since the Great Depression. 5.2 million Americans filed for jobless benefits last week, putting the four week total at 22 million. It is the worst stretch of US job losses on record.

With its official reports under scrutiny, China says the city of Wuhan, the first epicenter of the pandemic, absorbed a loss of at least 15% more lives than previously thought. Nearly 1300 victims have been added to Beijing's list, pushing Wuhan's death toll to just under 4000, more than 2/3 of what China claims as its overall fatality number. State media blamed the miscount on an overwhelmed health care system forced to deal with thousands of sick patients in Wuhan, Hubei province.

China's new figure strengthened the decision of those who say the true pandemic death toll worldwide maybe much higher than current numbers indicate. An epidemiologist in Spain working with the government says the country's official 19,000 deaths maybe just a tip of the iceberg that many of the country's regions need use uniform methods for how victims are counted. Fears of undercounts are also being raised among other places in Italy and Great Britain.

UK has extended its lockdown for another 3 weeks. Coronavirus restrictions are being eased in parts of Europe where daily death tolls are declining. This includes Italy. Its 22,000 deaths are second only to the U.S. Some of Italy's nonessential businesses are being allowed to reopen.

There are developing worries about the plight of poor nations and the ability to restart their struggling economies. International Monetary Funds says it's ready to use its trillion dollar lending capacity for needing nations, and the world's richest countries have agreed to temporarily freeze the debt obligations of poverty-stricken nations mainly in Africa. The coronavirus has appeared in 52 of Africa's 54 nations. And there are fears that lockdowns will severely affect food supplies.

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres says the pandemic is putting the world's children in jeopardy, and he's urging families everywhere and leaders at all levels to "protect our children." The UN chief says the lives of children are being totally abandoned. And he said reduced household income is expected to force poor families to cut back on spending with such basics as food.

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has expanded the state of emergency to cover the whole country, as the covid-19 death toll approaches to 200 among some 9200 cases in Japan.
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This is VOAnews by XX. Our leads to where we remain is what it is every day the cruel was swordedon the world by the coronavirus. The global case numbers near 2.2 million,death now top 149,000. The figures once again come from Johns HopkinsUniversity, the late reports from New York also included. The United States hasbeen especially hard-hit by covid-19. Some 673,000 infections and more than34,000 fatalities, both are the highest in the world by far. Yesterday's liveslost in the US, well over 4000, was a one-day record. The state of New Yorkalone lost another 630 lives, most in New York city.President DonaldTrump has XX a plan for reopening the American economy, calling on stategovernors to use what's called a phased and deliberate approach to restore normalactivities. This will be done initially in areas that have strong testing andwhich see a two-week decrease in daily covid-19 cases. Mr. Trump calls it agradually process, saying that governors would decide how quickly they will acton his guidelines. Days earlier, the president had insisted he had totalauthority over how this is to be done. Calling Mr. Trump to the governorsyesterday, "you're gonna call your own shots". But today, there wasthis Twitter message from the president called liberate XX, liberate XX,liberate XX. All three states have democratic governors. He also took in at NewYork governor XX, another XX, who criticized the White House. Said thepresident "XX should spend more time doing and less timecomplaining." New York state will extend its stay-at-homerestrictions at least through May 15th. Governor XX says transmission ratesstill need to be tamed. Overall numbers in New York are staggering.225,000cases and well over 15,000 deaths, most of them in New York city. XX puts NewYork's daily covid-19 hospital admissions at about 2,000, but he says totalhospitalizations are on the decline by the day. This is VOA news.
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