"I wouldn't be shocked to see a five percent or more drop in carbon dioxide emissions this year," researcher Rob Jackson said.
"This ban also responds to the demand and spirit of human civilization," a spokesperson for the Shenzhen government said.
This type of test is currently the most effective way to determine whether or not someone is infected with COVID-19.
"We are going in the right direction and we must not change our strategy in the least. The return to normality will be a gradual process," said top Italian health official Franco Locatelli.
"People are panic-buying chickens like they did toilet paper," said Tom Watkins, the vice president of Murray McMurray Hatchery in Iowa.
Robots have always been used to take on dull, dirty, and dangerous jobs, and this pandemic requires these kinds of jobs are done all over the world," researcher Bradley Nelson said.
"Air pollution levels as observed by satellite are showing drastic improvements in many areas that have been undergoing restrictive quarantines," researcher Peter DeCarlo told Newsweek.
"We realize there will be impacts to NASA missions, but we understand that our top priority is the health and safety of the NASA workforce," said the space agency's administrator, Jim Bridenstine.
"The explosion of COVID-19 cases in China was largely driven by individuals with mild, limited, or no symptoms who went undetected," said researcher Jeffrey Shaman.
Commonly reported symptoms for patients with COVID-19 include mild to severe respiratory illness, fever, coughing and difficulty breathing.
Putting the coronavirus in historical perspective: A by-the-numbers look at other plagues and pandemics.
Yes, chances are that the coronavirus won't kill you. But just by refusing to stay put, you are endangering hundreds of lives, every bit as valuable as your own. And it can still mess up your life, or incapacitate you for good.
Then again, the coronavirus crisis clearly shows they way we run our markets needs to change—circular economies be one way forward.
A disease in a remote part of the world can be in your backyard tomorrow. But though each outbreak captured the attention of the public and the politicians, as fears subsided, complacency set it.
The coronavirus has infected more than 900 people worldwide and has caused Chinese authorities to place a travel lockdown on 12 cities surrounding the nucleus of the outbreak.
"Whether they be natural, accidental, or deliberate, infectious disease outbreaks can cause significant harm to health, peace, and prosperity if countries are not adequately prepared," an author of the assessment said.
If left untreated, syphilis can cause serious health conditions, including blindness and neurological disorders that can result in death.
There was a threefold increase in the number of scarlet fever cases in 2014 compared to a year earlier.
Nearly 100 million children are infected with tuberculosis, which causes 2 million deaths each year.
Global health ranks third below terrorism and climate change in a list of public concerns.