Despite the huge success the world has achieved against COVID-19 pandemic, the lethal virus of the century, it’s so important to be careful till the announcement from the World Health Organisation comes that we have achieved complete success against the deadly disease (“Australia calms fears as cruise ship with 800 Covid-positive passengers docks in Sydney,” Nov.12, Gulf Today website).
The global pandemic has changed every aspect of our lives — how we work, how we socialise, how we dress. And without us even noticing, it also has changed how we talk.
At last, after over a year of being stalked and ravaged by the pandemic, crimping ways of life for millions of people, there is a rainbow on the horizon. Some countries can happily unwind, particularly those in Europe. The French returned to their beloved cafe terraces
The UAE has strived to keep a lid on the spiral in coronavirus cases and deaths. Compared to countries such as Brazil, with over 14 million cases and 400,000 deaths, or India, which has seen 20 million cases so far, the UAE has managed to stick to a much lower figure.
The chirpy and full-of-life actress, who has a huge fan following among the youth, recently tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Bollywood’s latest heartthrob, Kartik Aaryan, took to his social media account to share a new post for his fans and followers. The handsome actor shared his funny side effects after recovering from the novel coronavirus.
Chinese researchers have suggested that wearing face masks at home is 79 percent effective at preventing COVID-19 spread among family members in the same household.
A group of six athletes based in Abu Dhabi smashed the Guinness World Records title for the Most chest to ground burpees in 24 hours (mixed team).
Dubai’s resurgent tourism industry is celebrating a successful first half of 2023, after welcoming a record 8.55 million international overnight visitors, compared to 8.36 million tourists in H1 2019.