Ecuador distributes cardboard coffins to cope with Covid-19

The city of Guayaquil, Ecuador is struggling with the rate of Covid-19 deaths. The government is having to distribute cardboard coffins to meet demands. CNN's Matt Rivers reports. (Source)

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No need for panic buying, Japan says ahead of state of emergency

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Cardinal Pell welcomes court’s dismissal of abuse conviction

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China: Tourist sites packed as country comes out of coronavirus lockdown

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Accused of ‘piracy’, U.S. denies diverting masks bound for Germany

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Dubai’s Emaar sells 80% stake in cooling system for $675M

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Queen Elizabeth II coronavirus address calls for unity and promises ‘we will succeed’

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