The UN Palestinian refugee agency Sunday confirmed four new COVID-19 deaths in camps in Lebanon, calling for vigilance in observing hygiene measures as infections rise across the country.
Here we go again. As experts submit different letters to the UK government supporting existing restrictions related to the COVID-19 response, or encouraging the government
Yes there is coronavirus and lockdown fatigue (“Coronavirus fatigue is near — the public may eventually rebel against government curbs,” Oct. 4, Gulf Today).
COVID-19 is yet spreading across the world. Large portions of Europe are facing second lockdowns. All sections and ages of society should be mobilised to create awareness, without terrifying people.
Do we need to be “Faster - Higher - Stronger”, the Olympic motto or should we just try to be ok and healthy? The Olympics may yet be cancelled completely after having been delayed a year says Toshihiro Nikai, secretary general of the Liberal Democratic Party,
I was once attacked by someone in The Spectator for my hopelessly unrealistic progressive opinions, and thus characterised as “a millennial”. This was doubly satisfying, because I do like to think of myself as “woke”, and I’m old enough to be the parent – if
It is indeed a rollicking shame that political parties in India, continue to dabble in politics, as people die, due to COVID-19. The president of the ruling BJP party in Gujarat state was distributing the Remdesivir injections free to the people. The Chief Minister,
Living through a lockdown doesn't mean you have to give up on your daily workout regime, suggests Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan.
Modi also asked citizens to stay indoors, not spread panic about the virus and form local groups to ensure adherence to COVID-19 protocols. He said the central government is working with states and private companies to ramp up the supply of oxygen, as well as production and distribution of vaccines.
Whilst the number, of COVID cases, in the UAE is reducing, I am shocked to read of the alarming rise in cases back home in India. COVID is not a flu, so I wonder why the public is is so lax and callous, despite precautionary heath measures being put in place. The situation back home is getting