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PARIS (Reuters) - Two ministers in the French government promoted the COVID-19 vaccine through their own example on Tuesday, with one of them administering the shot to the other.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - It should have been the happiest of times, but Lebanese doctor Israa Seblani does not even have a photograph of her wedding on display as the memories are so painful.
The Indonesian province of South Sumatra has received a donation for Covid-19 aid amounting to 2 trillion Indonesian rupiahs (US$138 million) from family members of late local entrepreneur Akidi Tio.
Telehealth, which went up dramatically in use during the Covid-19 pandemic, has long been envisioned as a way to help patients without forcing them to trek to a clinic. Reaching a doctor by computer or phone can be easier for patients who can’t take time off work, need to juggle child care or have to take a string of buses to get to a medical office.
PETALING JAYA: Opposition lawmakers have urged the government to drop disciplinary actions and police investigations against contract doctors who participated in the nationwide walkout on Monday (July 26).
KLANG: Contract doctors from Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (HTAR) here will be asked to give a written explanation as to why they participated in a nationwide strike on Monday (July 26).
Beckinsale, who is based in Britain, was finally reunited with Lily Sheen on July 23 in New York.
WASHINGTON (Reuters): The Delta variant is the fastest, fittest and most formidable version of the coronavirus that causes Covid-19 the world has encountered, and it is upending assumptions about the disease even as nations loosen restrictions and open their economies, according to virologists and epidemiologists.
Many are lobbying for the use of the anti-parasitic drug ivermectin to help stem Covid-19 but the reality is that the drug does not offer a miracle cure.
As Thailand’s medical system struggles beneath a surge of coronavirus cases, ordinary people are helping to plug the gaps, risking their own health to bring care and supplies to often terrified, exhausted patients who have fallen through the cracks.