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Employment law issues in Tanzania amid Covid-19

This, too, shall pass’ is a Persian saying. Tanzania confirmed its first case of the deadly coronavirus disease (Covid-19) on March 16, 2020. The number of positive cases has risen to 20, but the first case recuperated from the pandemic, the minister for He
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Employment law issues in Tanzania amid Covid-19

This, too, shall pass’ is a Persian saying. Tanzania confirmed its first case of the deadly coronavirus disease (Covid-19) on March 16, 2020. The number of positive cases has risen to 20, but the first case recuperated from the pandemic, the minister for Health, Ms Ummy Mwalimu, said on March 26.

Muslim World League delivers medical supplies to Pakistan

Author: Thu, 2020-04-02 04:02 The regional office of the Muslim World League (MWL) in Islamabad on Wednesday delivered medical supplies to Pakistan’s government to help fight the coronavirus pandemic. The delivery was attended by Pakistani Religiou
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Muslim World League delivers medical supplies to Pakistan

Author: Thu, 2020-04-02 04:02 The regional office of the Muslim World League (MWL) in Islamabad on Wednesday delivered medical supplies to Pakistan’s government to help fight the coronavirus pandemic. The delivery was attended by Pakistani Religious Affairs Minister Noor-ul-Haq Qadri, Saudi Ambassador Nawaf bin Said Al-Malki and other officials. Qadri expressed his appreciation for the initiative, hailing the MWL’s important role in serving Islam and Muslims worldwide. Al-Malki said the MWL is always proactive in providing aid, and has provided assistance to help fight coronavirus as part of its religious, moral and humanitarian obligation. Dr. Raja Amjad Mehmood, director general of the National Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Network, thanked the MWL for this initiative and stressed its importance. Saad bin Massoud Al-Harthi, the MWL’s regional director in Pakistan, said this assistance package comprises protective masks and bags, detectors and sanitizing products. He added that a large campaign has been launched across TV channels, newspapers and social media to raise awareness and provide guidance on how to prevent coronavirus. He said these efforts come under the close guidance and supervision of MWL Secretary-General Dr. Mohammed bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa. Al-Harthi added that this initiative is one of many implemented by the MWL in Pakistan in various relief, health and educational fields. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaMuslim World League (MWL) Diplomatic Quarter: MWL, Indonesia to build largest-ever museum on Islamic history, civilization

Ibtisam Al-Shehri, Saudi Education Ministry spokesperson

Thu, 2020-04-02 04:06 Ibtisam Al-Shehri has been the spokesperson for the Saudi Ministry of Education since August 2019. Appointed by Education Minister Hamad Al-Asheikh, she became the first woman to hold the position for public education in the Kingdom.
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Ibtisam Al-Shehri, Saudi Education Ministry spokesperson

Thu, 2020-04-02 04:06 Ibtisam Al-Shehri has been the spokesperson for the Saudi Ministry of Education since August 2019. Appointed by Education Minister Hamad Al-Asheikh, she became the first woman to hold the position for public education in the Kingdom. Al-Shehri has more than 17 years’ experience as an English language teacher covering all levels of education from kindergarten to university. She graduated from the Arabian Gulf University and gained a master’s degree in gifted education. She was chosen by the Ministry of Education to pursue foreign scholarship studies in the US and attended several international conferences and special forums on education strategy. The ministry has been working relentlessly to ensure students have access to their education as the world battles the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. Al-Shehri said: “The ministry implemented distance learning to 6 million students. Students were offered five options by the ministry for virtual learning, accessible at any time and place. The ministry even made these educational tools available to those without internet access, on TV through Ein channels.” Students can gain access to their classes through 20 Ein channels on TV, Ein’s YouTube channel, Ein educational portal, future gate and the unified education database. More than 37 million students have tuned in to view Ein’s content on the internet, excluding those watching on TV. Al-Shehri’s Twitter handle is @spokesp_moe. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Who's Who Riyadh Muawad, senior vice president of business to business at Saudi Telecom CompanyThamir bin Abdullah Al-Sadoun, CEO of the National Transformation Program (NTP)

Shoppers seek solace online amid coronavirus lockdown

Author: Thu, 2020-04-02 04:11 RIYADH: Under normal circumstances most people do not give much thought to online shopping. However, with the closure of malls and shops because of coronavirus curbs, online shopping has become essential. But are people goi
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Shoppers seek solace online amid coronavirus lockdown

Author: Thu, 2020-04-02 04:11 RIYADH: Under normal circumstances most people do not give much thought to online shopping. However, with the closure of malls and shops because of coronavirus curbs, online shopping has become essential. But are people going overboard? Many people are buying unnecessary items, such as clothes, bags and shoes, online despite knowing that they will have no use for these items during the pandemic. It seems that through online shopping they are seeking some kind of mental satisfaction or emotional release during house quarantine or self-isolation. According to Rana Taha, a coach in school planning and management, shoppers who admit to buying unnecessary items online “are trying to break their routine of being quarantined.” Deema Al-Tammami, an event planner, said: “Online shopping has increased by 100 percent during quarantine. For me, nothing sounds as much fun as online shopping these days. “Most of our purchases are home appliances because we love to change things around, renovate, and reorder and organize our homes, which helps to relax and release stress,” she said. “Online prices are significantly lower than normal shopping in stores,” she said. FASTFACT 100,000 Amazon has hired extra staff to keep up with worldwide demand and plans to take on an additional 100,000 warehouse and delivery workers through April, according to media reports. Al-Tammami said that online shopping offers the pleasure of choosing an item with care, reading the reviews and tracking the shipment. “There is a kind of enthusiasm in it that is totally different from normal shopping.” Amazon has even hired extra staff to keep up with worldwide demand and plans to take on an additional 100,000 warehouse and delivery workers through April, according to media reports. However, some who were accustomed to shopping online before the pandemic are avoiding the problem of “going overboard” with excessive purchases. Alanood Al-Alsheikh, a government employee, said that she did 90 percent of her shopping online. “I usually buy everything — clothes, creams, bags and house supplies — but I always buy from websites that I trust. Pharmaceutical products are much cheaper from international online websites than local ones. And, lately, I have been doing some grocery shopping online, too. “I don’t know how much I spend online shopping these days, but it’s less than before the quarantine. Now I’m not buying clothes and bags, only creams and beauty products,” Al-Alsheikh said. Al-Tammami said that she sees little difference in the amount of money being spent online compared with shopping from stores. “The money we used to spend on restaurants and outdoor activities we are now spending on grocery shopping and games to play at home,” she said. Maha Al-Nufaiei, a senior analyst, used to shop online before the pandemic, but said that she has stopped because “sanitization of packages is not guaranteed and countries are stealing from each other’s medical supplies.” “I only shop from local websites,” she said. Munirah Al-Ajlan, a standardization analyst, said that online shopping has advantages, such as saving time by using filters. “But it certainly has some flaws — usually the shipping might take longer.” Defective or poorly fitting items also can be hard to return. “I usually don’t send them back and they become useless,” Al-Ajlan said. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Online shoppingSaudi corona virus Shoppers look to online orders amid coronavirus curfewSaudi online grocery shoppers to get helping hand from Carrefour robots

You’ve got mail: Writer of mystery letters in Jeddah revealed

Thu, 2020-04-02 04:30 JEDDAH: Ever wondered what it is like to find an uplifting letter from a stranger? If you are in Jeddah, then you are in luck as you might pass by and pick up a letter in a public area titled: “If you find me, I’m yours.” These
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You’ve got mail: Writer of mystery letters in Jeddah revealed

Thu, 2020-04-02 04:30 JEDDAH: Ever wondered what it is like to find an uplifting letter from a stranger? If you are in Jeddah, then you are in luck as you might pass by and pick up a letter in a public area titled: “If you find me, I’m yours.” These random acts of kindness were devised by an initiative called Garba’at Rasayl, Hejazi slang for “a mess of letters.” The group was created by 23-year-old Saudi freelance graphic designer Hadeel Felemban. The simple white envelopes are covered in stickers and magazine cutouts. Felemban said letter-writing helps her express her thoughts and feelings while sharing it with the world, one letter at a time. “Mess happens every time I write paper letters, a mess of words and feelings, a mess of scraps and colors used to decorate the envelope,” she told Arab News. The act of writing letters is special to her as it brings a sense of connection to her father — who worked at the Saudi Post Office more than 20 years ago — and revives the exchange of letters in a world filled with technology. The initiative holds monthly meetings in different cities, where attendees gather to write letters to strangers. “My father passed away when I was two, and the only way I knew him was through the stories my mother and his brothers share about him. I would write to him on my phone’s notepad sometimes, but I wanted something other than our names to connect us.” The discovery of her late father’s stamp collection from different periods in her home two years ago prompted her to start the initiative. “It was like finding a treasure. And ever since then, I’ve been looking for ways to reuse them and revive paper mail. I realized that in a period different than his, I became a mail carrier just like him.” Felemban shared her interest in sending traditional mail on Instagram. She was able to send letters to some who responded, but she did not receive any in return. “The waiting was suffocating, I felt devastated and I blame that we are not used to the mailing system and its hardship,” she said. One night, she decided to write a letter and leave the envelopes in public places. “Writing a letter to a stranger is probably the best solution to killing the unknown wait from the other party.” She decorated the envelope of the message, and left it in a cafe in Jeddah without any contact information. “Then I found myself monitoring the cafe’s account on social media, and was disappointed yet again. I didn’t know what had happened to the letter, was it thrown away, picked up or neglected?” In a family gathering in early October, Felemban placed her stationery supplies and envelopes on the dining table, ready to write a new letter. Her cousins and mother were curious and joined her. “I was so happy to include them. I complained to them about the waiting and not knowing if the letter was abandoned.” Her family members suggested creating a special tag for the letters so that strangers who received the letters could reach out to her. “I created the Arabic hashtag for ‘mess of letters’ and created a post for my friends in Riyadh — where I was at the time — and asked them if they wanted to gather to write letters together. I received a lot of positive responses and then prepared for the event in one of the cafes in the city.” She hosted the first gathering on Oct. 25 and was happy to see how the simple gesture of uplifting messages had an impact on her community. “During exam week back when I was studying, it was such a mentally exhausting time, and I used to write encouraging words and quotes for myself and the visitors of the cafe I usually go to. I noticed they had a great impact on emotional well-being. I held on to that idea by writing letters to strangers in public places.” This simple act of kindness from one stranger to another can go a long way toward making a difference in someone’s life.   Main category: Saudi ArabiaOffbeatTags: lettersJeddahHejaziSaudi Post Office Harry Pottering around at home? Rowling to rescue bored kids in lockdownCOVID-19 ups demand for nutritional supplements in Saudi Arabia

New safety rules for Makkah restaurants’ food delivery services

Author: Thu, 2020-04-02 06:37 MAKKAH: Restaurants in Makkah operating food delivery services during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak have been ordered to follow strict new health and safety requirements. Municipality officials have ruled th
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New safety rules for Makkah restaurants’ food delivery services

Author: Thu, 2020-04-02 06:37 MAKKAH: Restaurants in Makkah operating food delivery services during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak have been ordered to follow strict new health and safety requirements. Municipality officials have ruled that all food items be securely packaged and sealed before being handed to delivery staff as part of measures aimed at preventing the spread of the killer virus. Director general of municipal affairs, Abdullah Al-Zaidi, said that the municipality, represented by the sub-municipalities, had introduced the new delivery service requirements to help ensure the safety of citizens and residents. He added that the rules included a ban on any direct contact with customers. “The order should be placed at the front door, while a safe distance of not less than 1 meter should be kept between the customer and the delivery personnel. “This move aims to ensure that establishments are committed to the implementation of plans designed to combat the spread of the virus and minimize the chances of its transmission,” said Al-Zaidi.   Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: COVID-19MakkahSaudi corona virusChina Coronavirus Saudi food authority working to ensure quality of sterilizersLulu initiates faster delivery in KSA, partners with various food delivery apps

Pakistan overturns Briton's death sentence in Daniel Pearl murder

A Pakistani court on Thursday overturned the death sentence for British-born militant Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, who had been convicted in the 2002 killing of American journalist Daniel Pearl.
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Pakistan overturns Briton's death sentence in Daniel Pearl murder

A Pakistani court on Thursday overturned the death sentence for British-born militant Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, who had been convicted in the 2002 killing of American journalist Daniel Pearl.

Pigs fly in as China replenishes world's biggest hog herd

Six planes carrying more than 4,000 high-quality French breeding pigs have arrived in China so far this year, the first of an expected dozens of plane-loads as the world's top pork producer rebuilds its decimated hog herd.
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Pigs fly in as China replenishes world's biggest hog herd

Six planes carrying more than 4,000 high-quality French breeding pigs have arrived in China so far this year, the first of an expected dozens of plane-loads as the world's top pork producer rebuilds its decimated hog herd.

Saudi Arabia won’t undermine Russia-US energy deal & risk facing oil price war on two fronts – market analyst to RT

If Moscow and Washington strike a deal to boost the sinking oil markets, Saudi Arabia had better stay out of their way, according to analysts who spoke to RT. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Saudi Arabia won’t undermine Russia-US energy deal & risk facing oil price war on two fronts – market analyst to RT

If Moscow and Washington strike a deal to boost the sinking oil markets, Saudi Arabia had better stay out of their way, according to analysts who spoke to RT. Read Full Article at RT.com

Thousands of quarantined sailors from USS Theodore Roosevelt to be temporarily housed in Guam hotels

Sailors from a coronavirus-infected US aircraft carrier are to occupy hundreds of hotel rooms in Guam as the US Navy expedites blanket testing of the crew. Earlier, the captain of the ship wrote a scolding memo on the evacuation. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Thousands of quarantined sailors from USS Theodore Roosevelt to be temporarily housed in Guam hotels

Sailors from a coronavirus-infected US aircraft carrier are to occupy hundreds of hotel rooms in Guam as the US Navy expedites blanket testing of the crew. Earlier, the captain of the ship wrote a scolding memo on the evacuation. Read Full Article at RT.com

Police officer found guilty of injuring suspect during interrogation

Zomba Magistrates’ Court  has convicted  Sakata Police Unit  officer-in-charge, Sub Inspector Luciano Tepani, 27, for beating a 14-year-old boy. The court leant that Tepai beat the boy during interrogation leading to injury of his left eye. The boy was a
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Police officer found guilty of injuring suspect during interrogation

Zomba Magistrates’ Court  has convicted  Sakata Police Unit  officer-in-charge, Sub Inspector Luciano Tepani, 27, for beating a 14-year-old boy. The court leant that Tepai beat the boy during interrogation leading to injury of his left eye. The boy was arrested with his two friends on January 25, 2017 on allegations that they had stolen a […] The post Police officer found guilty of injuring suspect during interrogation appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

Chakwera calls on Malawi govt to mitigate Covid-19 impact:  ‘Dispatch testing kits to district hospitals’

Malawi Congress Party (MCP) president Lazarus Chakwera has accused the government of failing to dispatch 20 000 coronavirus  (Covid-19) testing kits to district hospitals, saying this is a great set back in the prevention war against the outbreak that has gr
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Chakwera calls on Malawi govt to mitigate Covid-19 impact:  ‘Dispatch testing kits to district hospitals’

Malawi Congress Party (MCP) president Lazarus Chakwera has accused the government of failing to dispatch 20 000 coronavirus  (Covid-19) testing kits to district hospitals, saying this is a great set back in the prevention war against the outbreak that has ground the global economy at standstill. In his special address to the nation televised on […] The post Chakwera calls on Malawi govt to mitigate Covid-19 impact:  ‘Dispatch testing kits to district hospitals’ appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

DPP’s Mzomera asks Nyondo, Chipofya to resign as Synod leaders: ‘They are now politicians’

The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) regional governor for the north Mzomera Ngwira on Wednesday attacked the Synod of Livingstonia of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) leadership for politicizing the church. Mzomera told reporters  in M
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DPP’s Mzomera asks Nyondo, Chipofya to resign as Synod leaders: ‘They are now politicians’

The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) regional governor for the north Mzomera Ngwira on Wednesday attacked the Synod of Livingstonia of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) leadership for politicizing the church. Mzomera told reporters  in Mzuzu that  the synod’s general secretary the Reverend Levi Nyondo  Reverend  Levie Nyondo and moderator Reverend Douglas Chipofya  should  immediately resign for their […] The post DPP’s Mzomera asks Nyondo, Chipofya to resign as Synod leaders: ‘They are now politicians’ appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

Malawi registers 6.62% decline in tobacco production

A 2020 tobacco production second assessment report shows that Malawi is expected to produce 154.7 million kg of all tobacco types, representing a 6.62 percent decline in tobacco production. According to the report, dated 31 March 2020, the estimates also repr
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Malawi registers 6.62% decline in tobacco production

A 2020 tobacco production second assessment report shows that Malawi is expected to produce 154.7 million kg of all tobacco types, representing a 6.62 percent decline in tobacco production. According to the report, dated 31 March 2020, the estimates also represent 4.4 percent decline of the trade demand for this year. The decline in production […] The post Malawi registers 6.62% decline in tobacco production appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

Irrigation farming key to Malawi food production – Minister

Minister of Irrigation and Water Development Charles Mchacha has assured smallholder farmers in small irrigation schemes in the country of government support. Mchacha said this after inspecting Matiti and Kulowamgulura irrigation schemes in Blantyre and Thyol
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Irrigation farming key to Malawi food production – Minister

Minister of Irrigation and Water Development Charles Mchacha has assured smallholder farmers in small irrigation schemes in the country of government support. Mchacha said this after inspecting Matiti and Kulowamgulura irrigation schemes in Blantyre and Thyolo respectively. Mchacha accompanied by his deputy Eshter Majaja emphasized that time for paper work and presentations in office is […] The post Irrigation farming key to Malawi food production – Minister appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

Health minister expects spread of coronavirus in Sudan

April 2, 2020 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese Minister of Health expected the spread of Coronavirus in the country after the detection of seven confirmed cases coming from outside the country so far. «From the seven cases, we fear and expect that the spread
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Health minister expects spread of coronavirus in Sudan

April 2, 2020 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese Minister of Health expected the spread of Coronavirus in the country after the detection of seven confirmed cases coming from outside the country so far. «From the seven cases, we fear and expect that the spread of the disease will start inside the country,» said Akram Eltom in a daily press briefing about the respiratory disease. Eltom further urged Sudanese to adhere and observe the measures taken to prevent the spread of the pandemic in Sudan. (...) - News / FRONT_PAGE_DISPLAY

Advice from an Ex-Political Prisoner: How to Cope With COVID-19 Isolation

Bo Kyi spent eight years in a Myanmar prison, including a year in solitary confinement, for political activism. He has some advice to help get us through our COVID-19 isolation.
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Advice from an Ex-Political Prisoner: How to Cope With COVID-19 Isolation

Bo Kyi spent eight years in a Myanmar prison, including a year in solitary confinement, for political activism. He has some advice to help get us through our COVID-19 isolation.

Amid Accelerating Spread of COVID-19, Poorest Nations Need Debt Relief: WHO

The chief of the World Health Organization said expedited debt relief was needed for the world’s poorest nations as the numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths mount.
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Amid Accelerating Spread of COVID-19, Poorest Nations Need Debt Relief: WHO

The chief of the World Health Organization said expedited debt relief was needed for the world’s poorest nations as the numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths mount.

Bangkok to Close Parks as Thailand’s Coronavirus Cases Rise

All parks in Bangkok will be closed as the Thai capital tightens restrictions on public movement amid a mounting number of cases and deaths from COVID-19
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Bangkok to Close Parks as Thailand’s Coronavirus Cases Rise

All parks in Bangkok will be closed as the Thai capital tightens restrictions on public movement amid a mounting number of cases and deaths from COVID-19

Indonesia to Open Emergency Coronavirus Hospital on Uninhabited Island

A new hospital being built to house Indonesia’s COVID-19 patients on an uninhabited island near Sumatra will open next week, officials said.
The Irrawaddy

Indonesia to Open Emergency Coronavirus Hospital on Uninhabited Island

A new hospital being built to house Indonesia’s COVID-19 patients on an uninhabited island near Sumatra will open next week, officials said.

Latest COVID-19 Developments in Myanmar: April 2, 2020

A number of health workers and dozens of North Okkalapa residents have been quarantined after coming into contact with Myanmar’s 16th confirmed COVID-19 patient.
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Latest COVID-19 Developments in Myanmar: April 2, 2020

A number of health workers and dozens of North Okkalapa residents have been quarantined after coming into contact with Myanmar’s 16th confirmed COVID-19 patient.

Somalia Becomes 182nd Member of Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency

Somalia has become the 182nd member of the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), a member of the World Bank Group, following normalization of its financial relationship with the World Bank.
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Somalia Becomes 182nd Member of Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency

Somalia has become the 182nd member of the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), a member of the World Bank Group, following normalization of its financial relationship with the World Bank.

Africom’s casualty reports in Somalia welcome but long overdue-Amnesty International

MOGADISHU (HOL) - The campaign group Amnesty International has welcomed the announcement by the U.S African Military Command (Africom) to release civilian casualty figures in Somalia during its war against terror groups but noted the move was long overdue.
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Africom’s casualty reports in Somalia welcome but long overdue-Amnesty International

MOGADISHU (HOL) - The campaign group Amnesty International has welcomed the announcement by the U.S African Military Command (Africom) to release civilian casualty figures in Somalia during its war against terror groups but noted the move was long overdue.

Sad Covid-19 record for Russia: 771 new cases registered across the country

The number of confirmed Covid-19 cases has grown by 771 in Russia on Thursday, marking the biggest single-day increase in patients since the start of the outbreak. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Sad Covid-19 record for Russia: 771 new cases registered across the country

The number of confirmed Covid-19 cases has grown by 771 in Russia on Thursday, marking the biggest single-day increase in patients since the start of the outbreak. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Criminal blockade’: Cuba outraged as delivery of Covid-19 aid from Alibaba chief aborted ‘at the last minute’ due to US sanctions

Cuba has slammed the US’ “criminal blockade” of the country after the embargo stood in the way of the delivery of Covid-19 test kits and ventilators donated by Chinese e-commerce tycoon Jack Ma. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Criminal blockade’: Cuba outraged as delivery of Covid-19 aid from Alibaba chief aborted ‘at the last minute’ due to US sanctions

Cuba has slammed the US’ “criminal blockade” of the country after the embargo stood in the way of the delivery of Covid-19 test kits and ventilators donated by Chinese e-commerce tycoon Jack Ma. Read Full Article at RT.com

Oil price war: Is it game over for Trump?

As the US government tries to convince Russia and Saudi Arabia to put an end to the oil price war, it might just be too little, too late for the Trump Administration. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Oil price war: Is it game over for Trump?

As the US government tries to convince Russia and Saudi Arabia to put an end to the oil price war, it might just be too little, too late for the Trump Administration. Read Full Article at RT.com

Is THIS Milton Keynes warehouse the key to fixing Britain's testing fiasco?

The National Biosample Centre site in Milton Keynes could be the key to fixing Britain's testing fiasco after the Prime Minister pledged to massively increase swabbing.
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Is THIS Milton Keynes warehouse the key to fixing Britain's testing fiasco?

The National Biosample Centre site in Milton Keynes could be the key to fixing Britain's testing fiasco after the Prime Minister pledged to massively increase swabbing.

Canadians want to know how bad this could get. Is anyone ready to tell us?

In his recent public statements about the pandemic, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has taken to using the language of war — appropriate for describing a threat so deadly and so fast-moving. But Canadians need more than metaphors. They need information.
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Canadians want to know how bad this could get. Is anyone ready to tell us?

In his recent public statements about the pandemic, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has taken to using the language of war — appropriate for describing a threat so deadly and so fast-moving. But Canadians need more than metaphors. They need information.

Why Canada is taking so long to start testing blood for COVID-19

Because of testing delays in Canada, thousands of COVID-19 cases are being missed. There is a rapid blood test that will reveal within 15 minutes who has been infected, but so far none of those tests has been approved for use in Canada.
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Why Canada is taking so long to start testing blood for COVID-19

Because of testing delays in Canada, thousands of COVID-19 cases are being missed. There is a rapid blood test that will reveal within 15 minutes who has been infected, but so far none of those tests has been approved for use in Canada.

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