Recently Indian press touted that Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous state with about 230 million people was nearly COVID-19 free.
Two days ago, Nathan Geffen – the editor of GroundUp – published an article titled ‘Nick Hudson and PANDA are wrong. Believing them is deadly’. The headline alone gives away the fact that it is essentially a hit-piece on both PANDA and the organisation’s co-founder, Nick Hudson.
Police in Melbourne fired pepper balls and rubber pellets on Tuesday to disperse about 2,000 protesters who defied stay-at- home orders to damage property, block a busy freeway and injure three officers, leading to more than 60 arrests.
Epidemiologist Dr Jo Barnes has joined the growing chorus for the government to rethink its approach in tackling the Covid-19 pandemic, with the ’’credibility’’ of several of its decisions being questioned.
The National Institutes of Health provided a non-recommendation for the use of ivermectin in COVID-19, stating that there was: “insufficient evidence … to recommend either for or against the use of ivermectin for the treatment of COVID-19.”
The battle to fill low-skill jobs is in large part due to competition with warehousing and distribution operations.
Ryanair flew 11.1 million passengers in August, passing the 10 million mark for the first time since Covid-19 hit in March 2020.
By ignoring the LGBTQ voting block – or Pink Vote – South Africa’s political parties ‘risk missing out on an active, dynamic, and electorally valuable market’, according to a new report from the Institute of Race Relations (IRR).
As the Covid-19 pandemic keeps several airline fleets grounded, carriers are accelerating the retirement of aircraft, leading to a surge in the dismantling and trading of plane parts.
James Bond actor Colin Salmon has detailed his horrific battle with Covid-19, revealing he felt he was near death.
The Covid-19 pandemic and the imposed social distancing restrictions represented an unprecedented shock for the world economy and caused a marked increase in uncertainty.
Delta hit Israel in June, just as the country began to reap the benefits of one of the world’s fastest vaccine roll-outs.
Sweden, which has shunned the strict lockdowns that have choked much of the global economy, emerged from 2020 with a smaller increase in its overall mortality rate than most European countries, an analysis of official data sources showed.