Minyvonne Burke21h ago / 5:14 PM UTCAn Uber driver wears a surgical mask while driving in Manhattan on March 15, 2020.Jeenah Moon / ReutersUber and Lyft customers will no longer be able to request shared rides due to the coronavirus pandemic.Andrew Macdonald, senior vice president of Uber Rides and Platform, said in a series of tweets on Tuesday that the company hopes by suspending its UberPool in the United States and Canada it can “help flatten the curve of community spread in the cities we serve.”Lyft announced a similar plan, saying in a statement that it is “pausing Shared rides across all of our markets.” Alexander Smith21h ago / 5:15 PM UTCWorld needs many more ventilators to save coronavirus patients. It is unlikely to get them.LONDON — Ventilators have quickly become the most sought-after medical device in the world because of their ability to help save the lives of some of the sickest coronavirus patients.What worries experts is that it’s increasingly clear many countries — including the United States and much of Europe — have nowhere near enough of them to keep pace with a pandemic killing exponentially more people every day.The challenge is daunting. The U.S. currently has an estimated 160,000 ventilators, far short of the

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