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(Reuters) - Katina McDavis spends 40 hours a week cleaning hospital rooms at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Masks are in short supply these days. So, too, is information.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan retirees Carlos Blanco, 81, and Olga Rodriguez, 78, have for more than a year been unable to purchase the diabetes medication they need, as the country's hyperinflation has left their monthly pensions insufficient to buy even a loaf of bread.
From diabetes to liver cirrhosis, these five diseases round out the top 10 deadliest diseases worldwide.
A vulnerable group in the Covid-19 pandemic, senior citizens have had to forgo their usual leisure and recreational activities, amidst health worries.
GEORGE TOWN: Snooker centre worker Ang Hock Beng, 63, who was captured on CCTV spitting on elevator buttons at a flat in Lintang Sungai Ara here, was fined RM400 by the Balik Pulau Court on Tuesday (March 17).
PETALING JAYA: A leaked audio recording – purportedly of a Singaporean cabinet minister commenting on Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam's decision to wear a mask in a press conference – is gaining traction in social media.
SINGAPORE: Stepped up precautionary measures in light of the coronavirus outbreak did little to dampen the mood for thousands of Hindu devotees who turned out to seek blessings and fulfil their vows in this year’s Thaipusam festival.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Thousands of passengers and crew on two cruise ships in Asian waters were placed in quarantine on Wednesday, as the death toll from an outbreak of a fast-spreading coronavirus rose to nearly 500.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Around 3,700 people are facing at least two weeks locked away on a cruise liner anchored off Japan after health officials confirmed on Wednesday that 10 people on the ship had tested positive for coronavirus and more cases were possible.