There have been a number of articles about how COVID-19 has spread so far and one of the possible causes are the millennials who are still going to the beach or out partying with groups of friends.
Stocking up on foodstuff which don’t have a long shelf life can be hard, especially with people not being able to go for groceries weekly. Here are some tips that can help.
Singer Celine Dion revisited her iconic song "My heart will go on", and tweaked it to encourage people to practice social distancing amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The National Screening Project in Musaffah, Abu Dhabi, has become a platform for Public-Private Partnership (PPP). Overseen by Ambulatory Healthcare Services (AHS), the massive testing campaign is held in partnership with the Department of Health, Abu Dhabi Public Health Centre, Abu Dhabi Police, Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, Department of Municipalities and Transport, and Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship along with VPS Healthcare from the private sector.
With the courts reopening gradually, keeping jurors 6 feet apart is a challenge they have to face, along with other safety precautions they have to follow like temperature checks and wearing masks.
Since lockdown has been easing in many countries, people have begun to venture out of their homes. The following guide will tell you all about the correct sidewalk etiquette for social distancing.
There are certain changes you can make to help yourself feel better in these tough times, such as creating self-care regimes and lowering your self-expectations.
Elsa Williams, 23, shared a video on Twitter of her street joining each other for a session of “socially distant dancing“, which she said takes place every day on their road at 11am.
As the world battles against Coronavirus, a recent study has revealed that majority of the UAE residents are well-informed on how to best contain the virus. The study, which took into account both hygiene and social distancing concluded that between 60 and 70 per cent of the residents were aware of the ‘touchpoints’ on how Covid-19 spreads and the ways to stop it.