Outside, millions of desperate people have been standing for hours in lines stretching around the corners of America’s city streets and suburban strip malls. Inside, others have been searching the internet — and getting kicked off by overloaded websites and ticked-off
“This pandemic has made me realise that previously many times I claimed to be at the end of my tether. I was in fact somewhere around the middle of my tether.” I caught sight of this quote on social media, and it tickled me as I scrolled
The UAE Health Ministry has said that vaccine and booster could fight COVID-19 virus and studies have shown vaccine and booster shots significantly help reduce the rates of hospitalisation and death, as well as prevent the spread of the virus variants.
Just when we thought that the Omicron crisis was the last of its kind, in comes the news like a sledgehammer: the discovery of a new COVID variant in France, temporarily called ‘IHU’. The new variant from the lineage named B.1.640.2
The step comes in line with the country’s vision to strengthen the national efforts in all sectors to secure the health and safety of society during the recovery phase from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The UAE authorities have announced fresh COVID-19 protocols for the upcoming festive season due to the emergence of the virus mutants. We need to follow safety protocol strictly for our safety. We should listen to the government advisory and
The current Australian Tennis Open’s champion, Djokovic, has returned to protect his title, almost. He has been stopped at the border. As his vaccination status is unknown his upcoming arrival has been condemned by most Australians. The lockdowns have been severe
The attack happened in North Waziristan, a region that borders Afghanistan and which was once a significant refuge for Afghan and Pakistan Taliban militants.
Throughout much of the pandemic, Sweden has stood out for its ostensibly successful effort to beat COVID-19 while avoiding the harsh lockdowns and social distancing rules imposed on residents of other developed nations. Swedish
Calibration in the time of COVID is a dangerous pursuit, imperiled by memory as it pinballs through the chasm between cultural minutiae and the sprawling shadow of death. “So what did you do during the pandemic?” comes the inescapable question