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LIMA (Reuters) - Peru will vote for a new president on Sunday after a year of political turmoil, with a focus on the coronavirus pandemic, economic revival, corruption and mining policy in the world's no. 2 copper producer.
THE Social Work Profession Bill, once passed, will lead to more opportunities for graduates in the field.
DESPITE challenges brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, Sunway Malls – the retail division of Sunway Group – says that its latest March 2021 figures show traffic and sales had achieved 90% and 95% normalcy respectively, in comparison to the same period in 2019.
PISCO, Peru (Reuters) -Hellen Ñañez has suffered enough tragedy for a lifetime. The Peruvian 28-year-old mother has mourned the death of 13 close relatives since the pandemic struck last year: uncles, cousins, a grandfather. Now her dad is fighting for his life.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) -Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, addressing the nation last month in a social media video, touted the latest in a string of unconventional drugs he says can ease the country's COVID-19 crisis.
Being creative, virtual activities among ways to cope with loneliness during pandemic, says mental health expert
PETALING JAYA: Besides depression, the prolonged Covid-19 pandemic has brought heightened anxiety and a marked increase of violent domestic behaviours into the lives of Malaysians, says a mental health expert.
Character plays a huge role in resilience when sheltering in place. But not in the way many of us thought a year ago.
A major lesson of Covid-19 is that there is no distinction between natural and man-made catastrophes.