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The US is tracking people’s movements with phone data, and it’s part of a massive increase in global surveillance
Coronavirus has meant a massive increase in surveillance.
Robots, government-mandated selfies, and military lockdowns — here are some of the innovative and sometimes startling ways in which countries ar...
Countries are trying to contain the spread of coronavirus. Taiwan is tracking mobile phones while Tunisia has military personnel lining the streets.
New coronavirus cases in Asian countries that seemed to have outbreaks under control are being blamed on people fleeing Europe
A new wave of coronavirus cases in Asia is said to be made up of mostly "imported cases" from people flying home to escape the outbreaks in Europe.
Taiwan has only 77 coronavirus cases. Its response to the crisis shows that swift action and widespread healthcare can prevent an outbreak.
The government acted swiftly, taking advantage of infrastructure and data analytics, affordable healthcare, and extensive educational outreach.
Photos of iconic tourist destinations in China, Italy, and Thailand reveal empty festivals, vacant water parks, and trapped people as the coronavirus ...
As the coronavirus outbreak forces flight cancelations and quarantines, the tourism industry is facing a slowdown.
More than 780 Westerdam travelers trapped in Cambodia over coronavirus fears just tested negative for COVID-19 and can finally go home
This saga hasn't ended for everyone: 747 crew members remain stuck on the Westerdam, which is docked in Cambodia. Their COVID-19 tests are up next.
A cruise ship was stranded at sea for 2 weeks after 5 ports rejected it over coronavirus fears — but no one was actually infected
The ship was stranded at sea and quarantined for 13 days as port after port rejected it, fearing passengers were infected with the Wuhan coronavirus.
After 13 days at sea and refusal by 5 ports, passengers aboard the Westerdam cruise ship are slated to disembark in Cambodia
Passenger Christina Kerby said people were "elated that we have a destination" and "dancing and celebrating" on their last night on the Westerdam.
A cruise ship has been turned away by 5 countries despite no passengers testing positive for the coronavirus
The WHO said that there's "no such thing as zero risk" and that countries should uphold the "human rights of travelers" amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Pledges from China's central bank to cut interest rates helped some Asian markets partially recover, but most remain below their mid-January levels.