Hard Numbers: Austria takes a gamble, Corona drives divorces, Rwanda's grim find
25: A divorce lawyer in Shanghai told Bloomberg News that his business has surged 25% since the city began easing its lockdown in mid-March, as being cooped up on lockdown evidently exposed irreconcilable differences in people's marriages.
70: As countries around the world scramble to get the necessary gear to fight COVID-19, as many as 70 national governments have recently restricted the export of that medical equipment, Simon Evenett of the Global Trade Alert tells us. His analysis warns that a trade war over medical equipment could be devastating for hospitals around the world.
2.8: With a daily infection growth rate that has fallen to just 2.8 percent from a high of 40 percent last month, Austria is set to become the first European country to ease its lockdown restrictions, beginning next week.
30,000: As Rwanda prepares to mark the 26th anniversary of the 1994 genocide in which 800,000 members of the Tutsi ethnicity were murdered, authorities have discovered a mass grave that could contain the remains of as many as 30,000 people.