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KRAKOW, Poland (Reuters) - When the pandemic began last year, Kinga Szlachcic-Wyroba, an anaesthesiologist in the Stefan Zeromski Specialist Hospital in Krakow, Poland, had to manage one COVID-19 patient and 10 others in intensive care with three other doctors.
KOTA KINABALU: It’s a little-known fact but the beachfront Prince Philip Park in Tanjung Aru here was named after him when he came for a visit with Queen Elizabeth II and their daughter Princess Anne in 1972.
QUITO (Reuters) - Ecuador's president on Thursday appointed the country's sixth health minister in four years after firing his predecessor after just weeks on the job following complaints that COVID-19 vaccination efforts had left elderly people waiting in line for hours.
PETALING JAYA: Although the opening of CU outlets by MyNews Holdings Bhd is positive for the group’s earnings growth, weak footfall of stores coupled with low food processing centre (FPC) utilisation rates pose risks in the near-term.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): She started queueing at 6.45am to renew her passport that is due to expire next month, but Lim reached the gates of the Malaysian consulate here only five hours later.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Germany told the European Union it would uphold its latest border restrictions imposed to curb the spread of new coronavirus variants, snubbing calls from the bloc's executive European Commission, Austria and the Czech Republic.
(Reuters) - Myanmar security forces opened fire on protests against military rule on Wednesday killing nine people, witnesses and media reported, a day after neighbouring countries called for restraint and offered to help Myanmar resolve the crisis.
Two decades after the Japanese trading card game became the biggest thing in schoolyards around the world, Pokemon cards are fetching six figures at auction in a boom that appears to have been fueled by coronavirus pandemic lockdowns.
BERLIN/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission on Tuesday said travel and border curbs set up by six EU nations to combat COVID-19 variants were too tight, as it sought to push through a coordinated approach to managing the movement of goods and people within the bloc.
(Reuters) - Over half a million people have died of coronavirus in the United States, as the country races to vaccinate its most vulnerable residents before new variants of the deadly disease become widespread.