This 4 May 2020 video says about itself:
The United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres will brief the media to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, his call for a global ceasefire and many other related topics.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain, 10 May 2020:
WASHINGTON has blocked a UN security council resolution calling for a global ceasefire during the Covid-19 pandemic over objections to an indirect reference seen as praising the World Health Organisation (WHO).
The US used its veto despite the resolution being watered down in a bid to accommodate US misgivings after China initially insisted the resolution include support for the WHO efforts in dealing with the coronavirus crisis.
Delegates spent six weeks debating in an effort to reach an agreement to demonstrate support for UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres’s call for a global ceasefire.
USA: “To them, we’re just numbers”. Selma, Alabama garment workers explain why they walked out of American Apparel plant. By Jerry White, 11 May 2020. The workers who produce facemasks for US troops in Iraq and Afghanistan have not been allowed to use the same masks to protect themselves from COVID-19.
Japan’s PM exploits pandemic to push pro-war constitutional revisions. By Ben McGrath, 11 May 2020. Abe is pressing ahead with his long-held agenda of revising the country’s constitution to remove barriers to remilitarization and to tear up democratic rights.