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SWAB booths are now located at 170 clinics islandwide to allow those with shortness of breath and cough or showing any sign of a Covid-19 infection to get tested while bolstering the safety of the general practitioners (GPs), clinic staff and their patients.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's top court on Monday imposed a symbolic fine of one rupee ($0.0136) on a prominent lawyer found guilty of criminal contempt for posts on Twitter that were critical of senior judges, which he declined to apologise for.
The current Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on our mental and emotional health, requiring more steps to be taken to address this issue.
The Star National Day campaign draws local illustrators celebrating Malaysian food and culture
HONG KONG, Aug 29 (China Daily/ANN): Hong Kong opened online registration for free coronavirus tests on Saturday, an effort aiming to reach a high percentage of the city’s 7 million residents to find out asymptomatic Covid-19 patients in the community.
As so-called contactless payments rise in popularity during the pandemic, a Pasadena company called PopID is rolling out the United States' first payment system based on facial recognition at a smattering of restaurants near its headquarters, including mom-and-pop operations such as Daddy's Chicken Shack and regional chains such as Lemonade.
Facebook Inc on Aug 27 told Reuters that Apple Inc rejected its attempt to tell users the iPhone maker would take a 30% cut of sales in a new online events feature, forcing Facebook to remove the message to get the tool to users.
A popular dark net marketplace for buying and selling drugs has been offline for three days, fuelling speculation about its fate and despair among some users.