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News 17.09. 01:27

First taste of freedom for virus-weary Victorians

Lockdowns have eased in regional Victoria because of low virus numbers. Regional Victorians will get their first taste of freedom today as restrictions are eased and locals move to step three of their coronavirus reopening roadmap. The changes, which came into effect at 11.59pm last night, widen th»»»
Maroc 16.09. 16:24

Tbilisi: Morocco Participates in 112th Session of UNWTO Executive Council

Morocco, represented by minister of Tourism, Handicrafts, Air Transport and Social Economy, Nadia Fettah, is participating in the 112th session of the Executive Council of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), opened on Wednesday in the Georgian capital Tbilisi.This session, which brings together»»»

The Guardian 16.09. 11:12

What we actually know about Covid-19

As the world battled the first wave of coronavirus infections, scientists and doctors pulled together in an unprecedented global effort to explore the virus, the illness it causes, and the drugs and vaccines that might bring it under control. But as many countries face a resurgence in cases, what h»»»
United News of Bangladesh 16.09. 09:41

UN report warns of ‘unprecedented biodiversity loss’, spre...

The continued degradation of environment is increasing the likelihood of diseases spreading from animals to humans, warns a UN report on biodiversity released on Tuesday. The fifth edition of the UN’s Global Biodiversity Outlook report, published by the Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD), pro»»»

Dailynews Hungary 14.09. 16:11

These were the most special dishes at Lake Balaton this year – VIDEO

Restaurants near Lake Balaton introduced some new dishes even this year, though the season was shorter and much weaker than in previous years due to the coronavirus epidemic. However, it came to light that the traditional Hungarian lángos can be grilled or that tropical flavours fit well with the “»»»
The Malta Independent 14.09. 07:12

‘We need to talk about suicide and mental health more often’ – psychiatrists

Although suicide is a complex issue, breaking down the taboo is of utmost importance for a country to progress in preventing suicide. Speaking to The Malta Independent, the President of the Maltese Association of Psychiatry (MAP) Nigel Camilleri said that, “we need to talk about suicide and mental »»»
CNN 08.09. 23:58

The world's largest digital camera could unlock mysteries of the universe

(CNN)The world's largest digital camera can spot a golf ball from 15 miles away. When the Vera C. Rubin Observatory begins observations in 2023, its SUV-size camera will be able to capture complete panoramas of the southern sky every few nights. And that requires a new type of camera never seen bef»»»
Tasnim News Agency 05.09. 07:30

Spokesman Gives Details of Senior Swiss Diplomat's Iran Visit

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The Iranian Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson elaborated on the itinerary of Ignazio Cassis, the head of Switzerland’s Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA), during his upcoming trip to Iran. - Politics news - Saeed Khatibzadeh’s Friday explanation came in response to questio»»»
Daily Mail 05.09. 05:20

Cops swarm on anti-lockdown protesters in Melbourne on Saturday

A swarm of more than 1,000 anti-lockdown protesters have descended on Melbourne and clashed with police officers in wild scenes as the 'Freedom Day' rally threatens to spiral out of control. Frustrated activists, furious with Daniel Andrew's Stage Four lockdown, turned out in their droves to demand»»»
Dhaka Tribune 04.09. 07:14

Study: Covid-19 patients on ventilators might have permanent nerve damage

The researchers have seen 20 patients from seven different hospitals with these injuries The Covid-19 patients on ventilators can cause permanent nerve damage, said a study posted on the website of Northwestern University (NU) on Wednesday. The severely ill Covid-19 patients are placed in a prone, »»»
The National 27.08. 11:00

How my favourite small business is surviving the pandemic

A few months ago, as the initial Covid-19 lockdown rules began to ease slightly, that people would have made good use of their time to prepare for the changed world in which we now find ourselves. Part of that preparation, of course, relates to individuals – in schools, offices, aeroplanes, hotels »»»
Reuters 24.08. 23:20

Gaza reports first COVID-19 cases in general population, declares lockdown

GAZA (Reuters) - Gaza reported its first cases of COVID-19 in the general population on Monday, as authorities confirmed four infections at a refugee camp and security forces declared a full lockdown for 48 hours. The four cases were from a single family in a camp in central Gaza, a government spok»»»
China Daily 18.08. 09:56

Pandemic brings fear, but also renewed hope

Editor's Note: Since the outbreak of COVID-19, governments across the world have taken strict measures to prevent the spread of the virus. Everyone's life has changed dramatically due to the pandemic, and we still don't know when we will finally defeat the invisible enemy. However, life moves on. I»»»

The Peninsula 16.08. 21:38

Modi promises locally-made Covid-19 vaccine for all Indians

India has three Covid-19 vaccines under trial and will ensure a vaccine reaches every citizen, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, paying tribute to those fighting the coronavirus pandemic that’s surging across India. Modi also announced a National Digital Health Mission to bolster India’s health-ca»»»
IOL News 15.08. 16:19

Modi promises locally-made Covid-19 vaccine for all Indians

NEW DELHI - India has three Covid-19 vaccines under trial and will ensure a vaccine reaches every citizen, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, paying tribute to those fighting the coronavirus pandemic that’s surging across India. Modi also announced a National Digital Health Mission to bolster India»»»
The Times 29.07. 18:13

Coronavirus in Scotland: Easing of restrictions unlikely, warns Sturgeon as infection spreads in Europe

Nicola Sturgeon has warned Scottish businesses to not to expect further easing of coronavirus restrictions amid an apparent second wave across much of Europe. A three-weekly review of the emergency Covid-19 laws is due tomorrow but the first minister said that she did not expect to move any further»»»
24 News Agency 29.07. 14:13

COVID.KG website updated

Official website on the situation with coronavirus in Kyrgyzstan has been updated. The State Committee for Information Technologies and Communications reported. The website currently provides complete relevant information about confirmed cases of the infection and recovered in the context of days a»»»
Xinhuanet 15.07. 10:50

Feature: The real China through the lens of a British vlogger

GUIYANG, July 15 (Xinhua) -- Most people in China would struggle to locate the city of Xingyi on a map, yet for many overseas fans of Jason Lightfoot on YouTube, the small city in southwest China's Guizhou Province is a familiar name. Lightfoot, 31, has lived in China for the past eight years. Born»»»

EG 24 News 11.07. 08:59

A cabinet spokesman gives good news to citizens about the ban on Eid al-Fitr

reveal Counselor Nader Saad, the speaker Official on behalf of the Council of Ministers, the road map in Country actions in the Covid 19 virus crisis, known media for the emerging corona virus. Saad said, in statements to the channel “MBC Egypt“On Thursday Next He will issue a decision renewing the»»»
Jordan Times 09.07. 19:31

Study by UJ researchers aims to support health authorities in predicting virus spread

AMMAN — A group of researchers from the University of Jordan has published a study to support epidemiological inspection teams in predicting the number of coronavirus cases to occur within a given period. The article, titled “The estimation of the probable outbreak size of the novel COVID-19 in soc»»»

The Sun 04.07. 19:23

When do hairdressers open in Scotland and Wales?

LOCKDOWN hair can finally be trimmed and treated in England today as hairdressers were given the all-clear to open for business. But those in Scotland and Wales will have to wait a little longer before they can tidy up their locks. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates Spl»»»
Business-review 01.07. 20:29

Credit Europe Bank Romania launches the AVANTAJ2go smartphone application, developed by Zitec

Credit Europe Bank launches its first smartphone application dedicated exclusively to credit card holders and those who want to obtain a CardAvantaj, Optimo Card or CEB Diamond. AVANTAJ2go is available for free for phones running iOS and Android, and continues the 2019 series of launches, after the»»»
Agenparl 01.07. 07:16


(AGENPARL) -BIRMINGHAM (ENGLAND), mer 01 luglio 2020 $CTA * Government to ensure UK is the best place in the world for scientists, researchers and entrepreneurs with new and ambitious R&D Roadmap * Roadmap sets out vision to attract global talent, cut unnecessary bureaucracy and cement the UK as a »»»
BBC 29.06. 02:37

Taiwan stages LGBT pride parade 'for the world'

Taiwan has hosted one of the world's few gay pride marches at a time when most countries have cancelled them because of the coronavirus pandemic. More than 200 people thronged Liberty Square in Taipei, saying they were "marching for the world" during the LGBT pride season. Organiser Darien Chen sai»»»
Samaa 19.06. 09:33

Builders and developers to register with FBR by December 31

While appearing before the Senate’s Standing Committee on Finance, FBR officials said builders and developers will be registered with it before December 31, 2020 and will also have to come to the FBR with the approved map. The committee asked for suggestions from the members regarding the construct»»»
The Intercept 17.06. 17:52

The Coronavirus Pandemic and Police Violence Have Reignited the Fight Against Toxic Racism

Sometimes known as the “father of environmental justice,” Robert Bullard has been talking, writing, and teaching about the disproportionate effects of pollution on people of color for more than four decades. In 1999, he was part of a group of almost 300 black activists who came together to address »»»
Saudi Gazette 16.06. 19:21

Grub launches with zero commission for six months

DUBAI — Grub makes an exciting entry into the UAE’s food delivery marketplace Tuesday, launching its services across Dubai. Offering a flexible and easy to manage system, the platform offers simple flat-rate mobile food delivery for local restaurants and wholesalers.The mobile app has arrived at a »»»
UPI 15.06. 19:57

BTS holds world's largest paid virtual concert

SEOUL, June 15 (UPI) -- A concert streamed online Sunday by K-pop megastars BTS drew the largest paid audience ever for a virtual musical event, the band's management company said Monday. The 100-minute event, "Bang Bang Con: The Live," was viewed by 756,000 fans from 107 countries, Big Hit Enterta»»»
Warsaw Business Journal 09.06. 21:58

Hotel Nobu starts in August

Nobu Hotel Warsaw opens its doors on August 3, 2020. It will be the first hotel of the Nobu Hospitality group in Poland, as well as the 12th hotel and 43rd restaurant of this luxury lifestyle brand founded by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert de Niro and Meir Teper in the world. The hotel will have 117 elegan»»»
Times of Central Asia 06.06. 03:59

Kyrgyzstan: New political alliance established months before parliamentary elections

BISHKEK (TCA) — Several political parties and movements in Kyrgyzstan have established an alliance called Jany Dem (A New Breath) to jointly take part in parliamentary elections scheduled for October, RFE/RL's Kyrgyz Service reported. A memorandum of strategic partnership was signed on June 5 by le»»»

VICE News 28.05. 20:00

Possibly Getting Infected With COVID-19 Isn’t a Good Enough Reason to Allow Vote by Mail, Texas Court Rules

Texas has some of the strictest regulations on mail voting in the country — and its supreme court just made sure they won’t be loosened in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. The Texas Supreme Court ruled Wednesday evening that lack of immunity to COVID-19 does not qualify its state’s voters to a»»»
Daily Nation 23.05. 22:25

KRISHNAN: Seven ways technology can ensure food security

Kenya is ranked among the top 10 countries in the world expected to be most impacted by coronavirus pandemic, according to the Overseas Development Institute’s vulnerability index. It is estimated that the economy will suffer a fall in output of Sh1 trillion. Along with widespread job losses, food »»»
Marsad Egypt 22.05. 13:45

COVID-19 Cases Reach 15,000 in Egypt

Two months after the first apparition of COVID-19 in February, cases of the novel virus have surpassed 15,000 in Egypt, the Middle East’s most populous country. According to a statement by the Ministry of Health, the rate of recovery is currently 4207, with a deathtoll of 696. As the infection rate»»»
Fox News 14.05. 22:15

Border wall construction has sped up amid coronavirus crisis, CBP chief says

closeVideoGet all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. EXCLUSIVE: Construction of the wall at the southern border has sped up amid the coronavirus crisis, and it remains a “top priority” for the Trump administration, the head of Customs and Border Pro»»»
See News 13.05. 16:41

Most Bulgarian knowledge industry companies unaffected by coronavirus crisis - AIBEST survey

SOFIA (Bulgaria), May 13 (SeeNews) - Most companies operating in Bulgaria's knowledge industry are not seriously affected by the coronavirus outbreak, the country's Association for Innovation, Business Excellence, Services and Technology (AIBEST) said on Wednesday. As many as 62% of the AIBEST memb»»»
Gulf News 08.05. 12:13

Australia sets plan to end most COVID-19 restrictions by July

Sydney: Australia will ease social distancing restrictions in a three-step process, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday, as Canberra aims to remove most curbs by July and get nearly 1 million people back to work amid a decline in coronavirus cases. Australia in March imposed strict social »»»
Kuwait Times 27.04. 13:24

India’s rural poor lose out as drones map village land

SILIGURI: Laborers pluck tea leafs after the government eased a nationwide lockdown imposed as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus at Kiranchandra Tea Garden, some 20 kms from Siliguri. – AFP BANGKOK: A government plan to map residential areas in rural India and issu»»»
Africa News 24.04. 09:42

Coronavirus: Togo COVID-19 Situation Report – #02

Situation Overview and Humanitarian Needs As of 20 April 2020, Togo has 84 confirmed cases of COVID-19 (+10 from the previous SitRep on 08 April 2020). The death toll is 06 people, representing a fatality rate of 7.1%, and 53 people recovered. To this date, 4,381 tests have been conducted nationwid»»»
TMV 17.04. 20:15

Which localities are most affected by COVID-19?

A look at the COVID-19 map of the Maltese Islands after five weeks since the outbreak of the first infections shows the infection has penetrated 57 different locations in Malta and Gozo. The greatest concentration of infections is in central Malta with 142 virus cases. Two days ago Birżebbuġa had t»»»
Al Awsat 16.04. 13:13

Poverty Compounds Coronavirus Challenges in Jordan

With almost a month into Jordan’s nationwide lockdown to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus outbreak, daily life activities have been reduced considerably except for bakeries, grocery stores and hospitals. Jordan on Sunday extended a month-long lockdown that has closed schools, universities a»»»
Malta Today 10.04. 16:22

Withdraw unemployment benefits and incentivise businesses, shadow economy minister says

Shadow economy minister Claudio Grech said that €800 per every employee who loses his job should be done away with from the government coronavirus care package and instead invested in businesses to keep their employees. "Isn't it better to help the employer keep his employees in the long run rather»»»

Morocco World News 01.04. 21:44

Moroccan Health Ministry to Investigate Deaths of COVID-19 Patients

The scientific investigation aims to determine whether factors other than COVID-19 have led to patient deaths. Rabat – The Ministry of Health is set to launch a scientific investigation to determine the exact causes of death among Morocco’s COVID-19 patients. The director of epidemiology at the hea»»»
KazInform 31.03. 16:59

COVID-19 cases exceed 800,000 worldwide

WASHINGTON. KAZINFORM The number of COVID-19 cases worldwide has exceeded 800,000, according to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University's Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE), Xinhua reports. Related news Kazakhstan to hit those breaking quarantine with KZT25,000 fines Azerbaijan»»»
Arab News 27.03. 00:52

India’s virus lockdown leaves poor struggling to find food

NEW DELHI: Some of India’s legions of poor and people suddenly thrown out of work by a nationwide stay-at-home order began receiving aid on Thursday, as both the public and private sector work to blunt the impact of efforts to curb the coronavirus pandemic. India’s finance ministry announced a 1.7 »»»
Arab Times 26.03. 10:43

Jobless after virus lockdown, India’s poor struggle to eat

NEW DELHI (AP) – Some of India’s legions of poor and people suddenly thrown out of work by a nationwide stay-at-home order began receiving aid distribution Thursday, as both the public and private sector work to blunt the impact of efforts to curb the coronavirus pandemic. India’s finance ministry »»»

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