CDC warns about disease threat from Asian longhorned tick – CBS News

  1. CDC warns about disease threat from Asian longhorned tick  CBS News
  2. CDC Investigating Disease Threat Posed By Exotic Asian Longhorned Tick Spreading Widely In US  CBS Philly
  3. Invasive tick species spreads to 9 states, raises potential health concerns, CDC says  Fox News
  4. New tick species in US: Asian longhorned tick, capable of spreading disease, now in 9 states  AL.com
  5. New, deadly tick could be headed for Georgia  Atlanta Journal Constitution
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New tick species in US: Asian longhorned tick, capable of spreading disease, now in 9 states – AL.com

  1. New tick species in US: Asian longhorned tick, capable of spreading disease, now in 9 states  AL.com
  2. CDC warns of new tick species capable of spreading diseases to humans | TheHill  The Hill
  3. ‘We’re losing this battle’: CDC warns of growing infestation of potentially deadly tick across US  RT
  4. Asian ticks have arrived in the United States, and they’ve brought disease with them  BGR
  5. New tick species capable of transmitting deadly disease is spreading in the U.S.  Washington Post
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Asian markets hit by fears of new Trump tariffs on China

Asian markets hit by fears of new Trump tariffs on ChinaAsian markets sank on Monday following reports that Donald Trump is planning to hit China with another round of tariffs, dealing a blow to hopes for talks between the two economic giants. Traders sent regional equities surging on Thursday and Friday as it emerged that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin had offered to meet officials from Beijing to avert an all-out trade war. Beijing has threatened to retaliate against any measures.


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Top Asian News 3:50 a.m. GMT

Top Asian News 3:50 a.m. GMTHONG KONG (AP) — Mangkhut weakened from a typhoon to a tropical storm as it moved deeper into southern China on Monday, leaving death and destruction from Hong Kong to the Philippines. The storm was still affecting southern China’s coast and the provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi and Hainan and rain and strong winds were expected to continue through Tuesday. Hong Kong residents were told to stay away from the coastline and be on alert for occasional gales. Bus, ferry and rail services were suspended and almost 900 flights were canceled at the city’s airport, one of the world’s busiest. The South China Morning Post said Hong Kong’s hospitals had to use backup power due to outages caused by the storm.


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