As the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) continues to spread, schools and universities across the UAE are shifting to online learning in an effort to slow the spread of the virus. Adapting and delivering distance learning to students at this scale has never been attempted before. Then again, extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures.
The global spread of the coronavirus – which has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO) – has left many people wondering when and how the outbreak may subside.
China hopes to benefit from a realisation in the West of how difficult it is to bring the virus under control, said Julian Ku, a law professor at Hofstra University in New York.
Five foreign experts have quit a panel advising Hong Kong’s police watchdog on an investigation into police conduct during months of pro-democracy protests after raising doubts about the probe’s independence,
Leaders who self-care and who not only look after but more importantly indeed help others, particularly their followers and subordinates, are what the world needs, especially during trials and tribulations.
Seniors who contract the coronavirus remain at a higher risk of developing often fatal complications and it’s possible that people could carry the virus and transmit it even if they’re not feeling ill.
Experts participating in the first ever e-Symposium organised by Trends Research & Advisory late on Tuesday highlighted the ongoing struggle between forces of globalisation and protectionism but emphasised the need for a collective response to the Covid-19 challenge.
The second edition of Ithmaar media training programme for school students, organised by Sharjah Press Club - an initiative of the Sharjah Government Media Bureau (SGMB), concluded successfully. The training programme, conducted remotely over two weeks, was attended by 25 students who got a sound grounding in various areas of journalistic and media work by top media experts and professionals in the country.
According to the study, COVID-19 cases and deaths are constantly on the rise in Pakistan at the moment, however, the number of casualties in the future can be significantly decreased if the people of Pakistan adopt precautionary measures.
Sharjah Research Technology and Innovation Park (SRTI Park), the UAE’s premier research and innovation hub, will organise on Sept.22, the first edition of the MENA Innovation Technology Transfer Summit (MITT Summit), a marathon hybrid summit spanning 14 hours of discussions on innovation, technology transfer and sustainability.