pandemic of coronavirus

Coronavirus test and trace plan kicks off in UK, tracing site crashes within minutes of launching

Coronavirus test and trace plan kicks off in UK, tracing site crashes within minutes of launching

The UK government said the new service will help identify, contain and control coronavirus and reduce the spread of the deadly virus, whi...Read More

US passes grim milestone of 1 lakh coronavirus deaths, highest for any country in the world

US passes grim milestone of 1 lakh coronavirus deaths, highest for any country in the world

However, a silver lining is the rate of both deaths and new cases have been registering a decline, a development that has encouraged almo...Read More

Rush to get back to feet as countries ease coronavirus lockdown

Rush to get back to feet as countries ease coronavirus lockdown

Greece resumes travel, whereas, Millions of children in Australia return to schools

Coronavirus sneaks into US pasta factory, 24 workers test positive

Coronavirus sneaks into US pasta factory, 24 workers test positive

The Spokesman-Review reported that Philadelphia Macaroni Company Inc. said in a statement Friday that 72 workers were tested for COVID-19...Read More

UK begins anti-malaria drug trial to test COVID-19 prevention

UK begins anti-malaria drug trial to test COVID-19 prevention

Under the multinational plan, chloroquine, hydroxychloroquine or a placebo will be given to more than 40,000 healthcare workers from the ...Read More

Spain to extend coronavirus state of emergency for fifth time

Spain to extend coronavirus state of emergency for fifth time

"The path we are on is the only one that can possibly beat the virus," Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez told a chamber with only a handful of...Read More

Due to COVID-19 crisis, 6 million people are at risk of poverty: World Bank

Due to COVID-19 crisis, 6 million people are at risk of poverty: World Bank

According to World Bank President David Malpass "The pandemic and shutdown of advanced economies could push as many as 60 million people ...Read More

Meet the Roman Catholic priest with squirt gun for shooting holy water

Meet the Roman Catholic priest with squirt gun for shooting holy water

Photos posted on social media by the St. Ambrose Church show the Rev. Tim Pelc shooting water into a car window as it stopped by the step...Read More

In Japan, you can offer prayers to God online

In Japan, you can offer prayers to God online

The shrine accepts worshippers' messages, which are printed on a virtual wooden tablet and offered to Shinto gods to keep away evil spiri...Read More

UK begins trial to see if pooches can sniff out deadly coronavirus

UK begins trial to see if pooches can sniff out deadly coronavirus

The trial brings together leading disease control experts from the universities with Medical Detection Dogs, who have already successfull...Read More

Infections soar as Mexico moves toward restarting economy

Infections soar as Mexico moves toward restarting economy

"We are at the moment of the fastest growth in new cases," said Assistant Health Secretary Hugo López-Gatell. "This is the most difficult...Read More

Meet world’s oldest COVID-19 survivor, 113-year-old woman from Spain

Meet world’s oldest COVID-19 survivor, 113-year-old woman from Spain

The Catalan newspaper reported that Maria Branyas, who has spent the last 20 years in the Residencia Santa Maria de Tura, a residence for...Read More

Vietnam kids return to school as COVID-19 restrictions eased

Vietnam kids return to school as COVID-19 restrictions eased

The reopening process of Vietnamese educational institutions, which cater to around 22 million students, has progressed gradually, depend...Read More

French children begin returning to school as the country gradually lifts confinement measures

French children begin returning to school as the country gradually lifts confinement measures

School attendance is not compulsory. The government has allowed parents to keep children at home amid fears prompted by the COVID-19, as ...Read More

Sri Lanka eases coronavirus lockdown after nearly two months

Sri Lanka eases coronavirus lockdown after nearly two months

A 24-hour curfew was lifted on the island, except for two main districts that include the capital Colombo

French parents think ‘it’s too soon’ to send their little ones back to school

French parents think ‘it’s too soon’ to send their little ones back to school

Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer estimated that 80% to 85% of France's 50,500 preschools and elementary schools will open this wee...Read More

Mumbai: MahaRERA adjourns all case hearings till March 31

Mumbai: MahaRERA adjourns all case hearings till March 31

Mumbai: The Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) has issued a notice related to adjournment of all case hearings sched...Read More

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