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BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Latin America's female scientists and researchers are packing a big punch despite a hard-to-break glass ceiling for top roles in academia and business, reflecting how women are on the march in a region often seen as a bastion of macho male culture.
Serbia recently kicked off a marketing campaign that targets tourists from China, where Covid-19 first emerged.
Vaccines are one of the most important and effective methods of preventing potentially deadly infectious diseases from spreading among us.
While the passengers have headed home, the journey drags on for tens of thousands of crew members who are stranded at sea aboard their vessels, with no end in sight.
One of the perks of balik kampung, especially for those whose hometowns are far from where they live, is getting closer to traditional trades and rediscovering their roots.
The PCR test looks for genetic evidence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in a person's nose and throat swabs.
Unable to balik kampung to their hometowns for Hari Raya Aifilfitri, Malaysians affected by Covid-19 remind that the interstate travel ban is a necessary sacrifice for a better tomorrow.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - The United States plans a massive testing effort involving more than 100,000 volunteers and a half dozen or so of the most promising vaccine candidates in an effort to deliver a safe and effective one by the end of 2020, scientists leading the program told Reuters.
WASHINGTON/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian-made ventilators now under investigation for causing deaths in Russia were not authorized by U.S. health regulators before the same model was sent to New York and New Jersey at the height of their coronavirus outbreaks, Reuters has learned.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Some 80 million children worldwide could be at risk of vaccine-preventable diseases like diphtheria, measles and polio due to disruption of routine immunisation during the COVID-19 pandemic, U.N. agencies and the GAVI vaccine alliance said on Friday.