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COVID 19

Benitez leaves Chinese side Dalian citing difficulties due to COVID-19
Sports

Benitez leaves Chinese side Dalian citing difficulties due to COVID-19

  • Unfortunately, like so many things in the last year, COVID-19 has changed our lives and our projects. From today, both my coaching staff and I will sadly no longer be coaching Dalian.
  • "The pandemic is still here, for all of us, and supporting our families has been a priority when making this decision."
Published 23 Jan, 2021 07:44pm
Lithuania says expects enough COVID-19 vaccines for herd immunity by July
World

Lithuania says expects enough COVID-19 vaccines for herd immunity by July

  • We received assurances from the European Commission president that Lithuania will be able to vaccinate 70% of population by early summer.
  • he challenge is about to change from vaccine shortages to setting up mass vaccinations, so that we use the time optimally and can fully reach collective immunity (by early July).
Published 22 Jan, 2021 04:25pm
Coronavirus triggered 'anti-tumour response' in 61-year-old patient: Study
World

Coronavirus triggered 'anti-tumour response' in 61-year-old patient: Study

  • A new study revealed that a 61-year-old man, suffering from renal failure and progressive lymphadenopathy, contracted the coronavirus, and over the span of a few months it was observed that it had an anti-tumour response.
  • Shortly after his diagnosis, he was admitted to the hospital with breathlessness and wheezing, and was diagnosed with the coronavirus. After 11-days of medical care, he was discharged to recuperate at home, with no additional immuno-chemotherapy being administered.
Updated 21 Jan, 2021 05:36pm
Ukraine in talks with India on COVID-19 vaccine supply
Business & Finance

Ukraine in talks with India on COVID-19 vaccine supply

  • Negotiations are underway with an Indian manufacturer, Serum Institute, which can produce the American Novovax vaccine and has the ability to produce the AstraZeneca vaccine at the moment.
  • India will initially only ship the AstraZeneca vaccine, made by The Serum Institute,
Published 20 Jan, 2021 08:47pm
£100m donated to Oxford University for antibiotic resistance research
World

£100m donated to Oxford University for antibiotic resistance research

  • On Tuesday, Oxford University received a donation of £100 million ($136 million) to research growing resistance to antibiotics.
  • The donation, contributed by British multinational chemicals production company Ineos, is one of the largest donations given to Oxford University in its long history.
Published 19 Jan, 2021 07:11pm
Pakistan's Prosperity Index reaches all-time high in November 2020: Report
Pakistan

Pakistan's Prosperity Index reaches all-time high in November 2020: Report

  • On Monday, the Policy Research Institute of Market Economy (PRIME) released a report that stated that Pakistan's Prosperity Index continues to follow an upward trend, reaching an all-time high of 116.3 in November 2020.
  • Despite inflationary pressures and the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, over a 12-month period improvements in trade volume and output of large-scale manufacturing coupled with a modest increase in private sector lending led to an uptick in economic prosperity.
Updated 19 Jan, 2021 05:36pm