NYTimes (En)

  1. European finance ministers are to meet for a second time this week to discuss potential measures to cushion the blow of the coronavirus outbreak on the region’s economy. The head of the W.H.O. said he faced slurs and death threats in recent days.
  2. With the U.S. now leading the world in Covid-19 cases, its health care system fraying and economy faltering, some Americans abroad see their country in an unsettling light.
  3. Developing nations in Latin America and Africa cannot find enough materials and equipment to test for coronavirus, partly because the United States and Europe are outspending them.
  4. Looking for a return to normal may be misplaced. Instead, the next phase is about learning how to live with the virus, possibly for a long time.
  5. In Guayaquil, Ecuador’s biggest city, a surge in deaths has overwhelmed health care and burial services. Scenes of bodies on sidewalks and desperate families serve as a warning for the region.