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THE Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) standardised tests will not be cancelled this year despite Covid-19 pandemic, says Dong Zong, reported Sin Chew Daily.Its president Tan Tai Kim said the UEC exams, both for junior middle and senior middle students, would be held albeit at a postponed date.
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(Reuters) - Dr. Gopi Patel recalls how powerless she felt when New York's Mount Sinai Hospital overflowed with COVID-19 patients in March.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Most European Union countries are at risk of missing their targets for reducing health-damaging air pollution for both 2020 and 2030, the European Commission said on Friday.
PUTRAJAYA: A total of 12 of 15 new Covid-19 cases in Malaysia are related to the Pedas cluster in Negri Sembilan. Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said the cluster, which is linked to a chicken factory in Pedas, Rembau, had contributed to 316 cases since May.
PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry has said that it is still investigating the cause of death of an Indian national who died in Immigration custody.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Many Malaysians have been complaining about their weight gain during the movement control order (MCO) period, which was not really a surprise considering that they were homebound and less active physically.
GEORGE TOWN: Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many couples have either postponed or opted for a scaled-down wedding ceremony.
TUMPAT (Bernama): Where can you find a wide range of food and drinks sold at RM1 per serving nowadays? This price tag can still be found in Kampung Delima here.
SHAH ALAM: The state government and Selangor Task Force for Covid-19 (STFC) have formulated additional guidelines on preparation for the opening of non-Muslim places of worship during the recovery movement control order (MCO).
(Reuters) - A study of coronovirus patients in Atlanta has found that black patients are more likely to be hospitalized than white patients, highlighting racial disparities in the U.S. healthcare system, researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Wednesday.