"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.
The two-year fight against COVID-19 has turned technology into a weapon of choice to defeat the virus but experts now worry that tech will outlive the pandemic and normalise mass surveillance. From contact tracing apps to facial recognition, technology
Lauding the success of mass vaccination against Covid-19, Biden told Congress and the nation on primetime television that "in America, we always get up."
Women were especially worse-off, with a staggering 47 per cent of female workers unable to secure employment even after virus restrictions were lifted, according to the study published on Thursday.
As we all know, a pandemic is an epidemic of an infectious disease that has spread across the world and created havoc. For instance, you might have heard this term when COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic by the WHO. Although the history of
Yes we are at war with Covid as the UN chief said. The UN chief on Monday declared the world “at war” against the coronavirus, as India’s death toll crossed 300,000 and Japan opened its first mass vaccination centres — just two months before the start of the Olympics
Sheikh Mohammed revealed that the UAE economy managed to create 248,000 jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic including 100,000 jobs in the retail and 148,000 jobs in the financial, technology and communications sectors.
Pandemics have a history of disrupting and altering life in cities and communities. The main aims are to understand the impact of the pandemic on cities and to highlight major lessons that can be learned for post-coronavirus urban planning and design
As one of the most memorable school years in history winds down, state and local school leaders are considering how to make the most of the $190 billion federal dollars in COVID-19 relief flowing to our nation’s public schools. The wise course of action
The Emirates Group on Tuesday announced its first year of loss in over 30 years caused by a significant drop in revenue, fully attributed to the impact of COVID-19 related flight and travel restrictions throughout its entire financial year 2020-21.