Lengthy pandemic school closures have cost students trillions of dollars in lifetime earnings, the World Bank and UN agencies said on Monday, warning that the crisis has worsened since last year.
Lockdowns, mask-wearing and social distancing that have become the norm in Europe during the COVID-19 pandemic knocked out flu last winter, temporarily eradicating a virus that globally kills about 650,000 a year, according to EU figures.
"My heart goes out to all the kids around the globe who have been severely affected by the pandemic. They can't interact with friends, can't have a wholesome all-rounded (physical) education; but this is the need of the hour," Shilpa wrote.
For Royson Joseph, a luxury bus owner in Kochi, who runs his fleet of buses under the banner of the Contract Carriage Owners Association (CCOA) has made his intentions very clear by deciding to sell his 10 luxury buses at Rs 45 for a kilo.
The results showed that hospitalisation with COVID was found to cause a number of long-term health problems. Besides heart inflammation, inflammation across the body and damage to the other organs such as the kidneys was also common.
In order to speed up access to testing equipment for the “COVID-19” virus, and in-kind aid worth $50 million to provide specialised medical supplies to combat the pandemic.
All nations are now aware of the need to improve the global health architecture because of the COVID-19 pandemic that has been sweeping the globe since the beginning of 2020.
Italian fashion boss Brunello Cucinelli has taken a major decision for his employees in such trying times amidst the pandemic.
The ILO's annual World Employment and Social Outlook report indicated that the planet would be 75 million jobs short at the end of this year compared to if the pandemic had not occurred.