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BEIJING: Robots with unique functions like disinfection, delivery and rehabilitation assistance are exhibiting their talents to global consumers at the ongoing 2020 China International Fair for Trade in Services.
Letter from Associate Prof Prem Chandrasekaran and Prof Philip George, Psychiatry Chapter, College of Physicians, Academy of Medicine of Malaysia.
TOKYO (Reuters) - As nations race to develop treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, Japan has become a victim of its own success as slowing new infections has led to a shortage of patients to enroll in clinical trials.
SIBU: Sarikei MP Andrew Wong Ling Biu credited God for bringing him back from what appears to be a seemingly hopeless situation when he contracted Covid-19 in March.
SHE came running down the staircase, all dressed up to go out. I stopped her in her tracks.
(Reuters) - The World Health Organization has urged Indonesia, one of the world's biggest advocates of two malaria drugs to treat the coronavirus, to suspend such treatment over safety concerns, a source familiar with the advice told Reuters on Tuesday.
TOKYO: Japan's government has given up on approving Fujifilm Holdings Corp's Avigan drug for the treatment of COVID-19 by the end of May, Kyodo News reported on Tuesday (May 25) citing a government official.
Cambodia’s last patient with the new coronavirus has recovered and left hospital, leaving the South-East Asian country with zero cases, the health ministry said, while urging continued vigilance.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Communist-run Cuba, labouring under a six-decade U.S. embargo, is betting a biotech sector begun by late revolutionary leader Fidel Castro can give the Caribbean island an edge in a global race to find effective treatments for the new coronavirus.
(This May 13 story corrects to remove reference to University of Kentucky trial in penultimate paragraph)