Archives - May 07, 2020

Uber To Cut Over 3,000 Jobs Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Uber said the layoffs included its customer support and recruiting teams, and expects to incur about $20 million in costs for severance and related charges...
May 07

Two Rare Neurologic Conditions Linked to COVID-19

Two rare neurologic conditions in patients hospitalized with COVID-19 add more evidence that unusual neurologic manifestations can arise in patients infected with the virus...
May 07

UK Could Start Easing Coronavirus Lockdown Next Week

Boris Johnson said, "It would be an economic disaster for this country if we were to pursue a relaxation of these measures now in such ...
May 07

One In Five US Children Left Hungry Amid Pandemic

The Brookings Institution report said a survey found that 17.4 percent of mothers with children aged 12 or under reported that their offspring were ...
May 07

Russia's Culture Minister Tests Positive For Coronavirus

Russia on Wednesday became the fifth most affected country in Europe and the sixth in the world in terms of confirmed cases...
May 07

Over 90,000 Health Workers Test COVID-19 +ve Globally

International Council of Nurses said a month ago that 100 nurses had died in the pandemic sparked by a novel coronavirus that emerged in the ...
May 07

Importance Of Face Masks In This Pandemic

Reasons why the face masks are so important in the Pandemic and the respective countries on how to better the situation ...
May 07

Study Reveals Genetic Markers Of Type 2 Diabetes In East Asians

In the largest study of its kind in any non-European population, an international team of researchers identified 301 distinct genetic signals at 183 loci, ...
May 07

Pandemic Started In October As Per Reports

Scientists at University College London's Genetics Institute found almost 200 recurrent genetic mutations of the new coronavirus - SARS-CoV-2 - which the UCL researchers ...
May 07

Coronavirus Worse Than Pearl Harbour, 9/11 Attacks :Trump

The surprise Japanese attack in 1941 on the Pearl Harbor naval base in Hawaii drew the United States into World War II...
May 07

Singapore Reports 788 New COVID-19 Cases

The new cases included 16 foreigners not living in dormitories, a number of which have been declared clusters...
May 07

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