"It will be very premature and I think unrealistic to think that we're going to finish with this virus by the end of the year," Ryan told journalists. "But I think what we can finish with, if we're smart, is the hospitalisations, the deaths and the tragedy associated with this pandemic."
The webinars addressed the impact of COVID-19 on innovation and the global economy, along with wellness at work and responsible innovation.
From completely managing the funeral of a woman who died from COVID-19, to fulfilling a request from the son of a deceased man to send him a photo of his father’s grave, a team of Dubai Government volunteers is doing everything possible to alleviate the suffering of the families who have lost their loved ones.
In quest of a suitable solution to curbing the spread of the coronavirus, humans seem to have created an equally, if not a toxic issue — that of improper disposable of face masks (“The disposable face masks that you wear may pose a huge environmental risk, scientists warn,” Mar. 13, Gulf Today).
The global coronavirus pandemic is affecting all sections of society and all ages. In particular, the ones who are the hardest hit are children, which is worrisome and calls for serious deliberation – and action.
Since the beginning of 2021 the UAE already hosted a number of internationally renowned defence, sports and cultural events successfully.
A Filipino returning from Brazil tested positive for the P.1 variant after 752 samples were sequenced at the genome centre, the ministry said in a statement.
The Congress nod to the 1.9 trillion-dollar Bill to combat coronavirus is a major victory and boost for US President Joe Biden and his administration. “This is a historic day. It is the beginning of the end of the great COVID depression,” Democratic
Restaurants and cafes, which had been limited to take-away meals since late January, can open with no more than 30 customers at one time, the ministry of health said. Social gatherings of more than 30 people in homes and private venues are still prohibited.
President Joe Biden signed a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill on Thursday that brings total federal spending to combat the pandemic over the last year to about $6 trillion. He plans to tee up a huge infrastructure outlay of about $4 trillion over the