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Chile’s Codelco, the world’s top copper producer, said on Friday it boosted output by 4.7% in the first six months of 2020 even as the coronavirus outbreak forced it to rely on skeleton crews. Pretax profits of $380 million jumped 20% over the year-ago period,
Chile's president has announced a $4.5bn boost for the economy to help soften the blow of the coronavirus pandemic. Sebastian Pinera made the announcement during his state of the nation address. Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Santiago, Chile.
In Germany, eight dogs from the country's armed forces had a 94 per cent success rate in detecting Covid-19 from the saliva of 1,000 people.
Chile´s Codelco, the world´s top copper producer, said it had boosted output by 4.7% in the first six months of 2020, even as the mining giant was forced to rely on skeleton crews at its deposits amid the coronavirus outbreak.
After months of lockdown, Chile cautiously starts to lift restrictions, while its neighbours across Latin America struggle to get a grip on the coronavirus pandemic.
The dogs are being trained to detect carriers of COVID-19 by identifying a smell metabolic changes cause in their body.
Chile on Sunday reported a total of 345,790 people have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) since the outbreak began and 9,112 people have died from the disease.
Chile remains under a state of emergency. Its borders have been closed, classes have been suspended, and all non essential commercial activities have been prohibited. ■
Chile’s Congress on Thursday gave its final approval to a bill that allows citizens to withdraw 10% of their pension savings to help ease the economic pain wrought by the coronavirus outbreak. The controversial bill,
Police dogs in Chile are being trained to sniff out Covid-19 in humans, with hopes that they will facilitate the reopening of busy public spaces including malls, sports centers, bus terminals and airports this fall.