Clare Baldwin

Clare Baldwin

@clarebaldwin

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Special Correspondent for Reuters. Pulitzer Prize winner. Standard disclaimers.

Hong Kong
Joined on March 30, 2009
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Inside 100 Tweets

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5 days
Average replies
35
Average retweets
478
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1289
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Worried about a hospital birth amid Mexico City's coronavirus outbreak, Karla Lopez Rangel and Miguel Flores Torres scrambled to plan a home birth: they moved to a neighborhood with fewer cases, hired midwives and bought a birthing pool https://t.co/8EAEVoOwOc 📷 @gustavograf https://t.co/6PRwSLTYdC
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Worried about a hospital birth amid Mexico City's coronavirus outbreak, Karla Lopez Rangel and Miguel Flores Torres scrambled to plan a home birth: they moved to a neighborhood with fewer cases, hired midwives and bought a birthing pool https://t.co/8EAEVoOwOc 📷 @gustavograf https://t.co/6PRwSLTYdC

Banksy does it again, this time at UK’s Southampton General Hospital. Boy chooses Nurse figure as new Super Hero, discards Batman & Spiderman. Gratitude on #NursesDay : https://t.co/nosgNJNgfw

The photography staff of @Reuters has won the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography for its coverage of last year's violent protests in Hong Kong. More images: https://t.co/pAYehaekWl https://t.co/aAFzSEirFs
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The photography staff of @Reuters has won the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography for its coverage of last year's violent protests in Hong Kong. More images: https://t.co/pAYehaekWl https://t.co/aAFzSEirFs

Reuters
5 months ago

.@Reuters is named a finalist in the @PulitzerPrizes for The Revolt of Hong Kong, a series of investigations into the dramatic uprising by China’s freest city against Beijing’s growing encroachment. Read it here: https://t.co/kmrSvYhMIc

Anchorage Daily News 'Lawless’ series, reported in collaboration with @propublica, awarded Pulitzer Prize for Public Service https://t.co/lbMBbffeIt

Hart Island becomes the place where bodies are stored after not being claimed in hospitals overrun by deaths from the Coronavirus (COVID-19). These burials usually happen only once a week but are taking place daily now. https://t.co/PmHdRb6wsk https://t.co/wqZxeVX2EL

Hart Island becomes the place where bodies are stored after not being claimed in hospitals overrun by deaths from the Coronavirus (COVID-19). These burials usually happen only once a week but are taking place daily now. https://t.co/PmHdRb6wsk https://t.co/wqZxeVX2EL

By recruiting foreign doctors, Britain saves the $270K in taxpayer money it costs to train locally. It does not spend enough to staff its own hospitals. The foreign docs pay thousands in visa fees & a $500 surcharge to use the health service they work for. https://t.co/sc8h83qF1w

Beautiful photos and moving, heartfelt story by ⁦@francineorr⁩ ⁦⁦@latimesphotos⁩ Nearing death, two people offer a journalist and caregiver life lessons https://t.co/p3Dyp7uf5S

Last week, Dr. Colleen Smith risked her job to show the world what was happening at NY's Elmhurst Hospital. Now, she herself has tested positive for #coronavirus. So far her symptoms are mild. If you missed her powerful video with the NYT, here it is: https://t.co/0AGEJ77Qpw

You've likely never heard the word "models" more than you're hearing it now (unless you're a modeler). Risk models are governing all our lives right now. They sort of always have. My story https://t.co/0y0AGfSrDU

In Cambodian casino town, Chinese bet on future after #coronavirus | The Wider Image | Reuters https://t.co/bl9wyc45iy

Men dressed as ‘pocong’ spook village in Central Java into self-isolation https://t.co/1ZS5oxTJ3J

Chris Ware asked his 15-year-old daughter what he should draw for the cover of this year’s Health Issue. “Make sure it’s about how most doctors have children and families of their own,” she said. https://t.co/sisYQJsF9H

Migrant workers climb out of a refrigerated truck after they were stopped by police as they try to return to their villages in New Delhi, India, March 30, 2020. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui #21daylockdown #Migrants #CoronavirusOutbreak #India https://t.co/oODw6Ur6yb

Migrant workers climb out of a refrigerated truck after they were stopped by police as they try to return to their villages in New Delhi, India, March 30, 2020. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui #21daylockdown #Migrants #CoronavirusOutbreak #India https://t.co/oODw6Ur6yb

Quoted @bpolitics

India’s poorest are making a desperate journey on foot in a mass exodus unseen since the days immediately after independence in 1947 https://t.co/EKaONTdae6

“We have to go to our village -- we will starve here,” “We haven’t eaten for two days,” “We are scared of this disease but I think hunger will kill us. ... ” Delhi March 2020: What happens when you stop an economy that has the thinnest margin of security! https://t.co/f6shyDOl1v

"There is nothing here. No bus, no train… am walking home." Heartbreaking story of Ranveer Singh, the man who died walking in #CoronaLockdown https://t.co/Fb3JTnRtz8

Sam Freedman
6 months ago

Zoom is now valued at 50% more than all the US airlines put together.

“My partner took me to the hospital that she works in because she wanted all her colleagues to laugh at me.” https://t.co/INNjRffuFZ

Singapore's infamous Orchard Towers and the government-sanctioned brothels in Geylang have shut up shop due the coronavirus. Hundreds of migrant sex workers are now stuck in limbo https://t.co/WQoVbqQuvT

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