The world of 2030 will be radically different from the one most of us were born into, and the global pandemic will only speed up this timeline. Some of the changes on the horizon: Africa’s population will top East Asia’s for the first time, there will be more
Australian cricketer Adam Zampa said that the bio-bubble for the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 is the most vulnerable one he has been in so far due to the Covid-19 situation in India. “We’ve been in a few (bubbles) now, and I feel like this is probably
How “Covid confident” are you? That’s going to become an important question as the UK government presses ahead with its reopening plans – even as health experts warn that they will result in cases ticking up. We’ve heard a great deal from the
I’ve said repeatedly in the past year that I hope to God that the ‘new normal’ is not here to stay. Doing stuff from the comfort of your home, like online shopping and online meetings, may sound like a blast when you’re doing it for the first time but
At a time when every life is precious, every moment counts, as thousands perish all across the world due to the coronavirus, Iraq seems to be frittering away lives – at great cost to its reputation. And all due to negligence. A fire broke out in an intensive care unit
Serena Williams admitted on Monday that she might have been forced to skip the Australian Open if it hadn’t been delayed over the coronavirus, saying she needed extra time to shake off the achilles injury which cut short her 2020 season.
Here’s a funny thought. I am sure we all dislike having to wear masks despite many people insisting that they do not find them uncomfortable, that they do not find them hard to breathe under and that, since March 2020, they haven’t caught a cold or flu
I have vaccine envy. There. I’ve confessed it. The thought of getting a COVID-19 vaccine makes me impatient, greedy, needy. I yearn for a vaccine the way some people want a mansion or a Tesla or Michelle Obama’s dresses.
Serena Williams took her daughter to the zoo and Novak Djokovic walked barefoot in a park as the stars of tennis emerged from a fortnight of quarantine ahead of the coronavirus-delayed Australian Open Friday. More than 1,000 players, coaches and officials