Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg chats with US infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci Photograph:( AFP )
Here are the top stories that made rounds in the world arena today
Amid the new measures, PM Johnson gave new powers to local authorities to contain the outbreak while allowing public transport to operate.
Earlier a report said US could impose a travel ban that could potentially affect more than 90 million people from China
Fauci told Zukerberg that public health measures should be seen as a "vehicle or gateway to opening the country" and not as an "obstacle".
He said the ban was imposed on him to prevent his campaigning across the country ahead of the regional polls in September.
Police said the man was reportedly wearing back shirt and black trousers.
Catalonia had recorded three deaths and 938 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday with most cases reported in Barcelona.
The leaflets -- usually attached to hot air balloons or floated in bottles -- criticise North Korean leader Kim Jong-un over human rights abuses and his nuclear ambitions.
Their test, using 25 microlitres of plasma from blood samples, looks for agglutination, or a clustering of red blood cells, that the coronavirus causes.
The EU is planning to spend around $2.3 billion on the advance purchase of vaccines in testing on behalf of its 27 member states.
The duo called as Vovan and Lexus, is known for posing as foreign officials in prank calls with European politicians have hoodwinked Duda after they were able to reach his telephone.