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SEREMBAN: At a time when many companies have been tightening their belts to cushion the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, a property developer here has fulfilled its pledge to build a RM1.2mil multipurpose hall for a government secondary school.
IT’S been a year since the Covid-19 outbreak first became a major international story and educational institutions, from kindergartens to universities, were forced to move their operations online. So what have we learnt and what changes will be permanent?
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's deteriorated health system and collapsed economy will make the country one of the toughest places in the region to conduct a coronavirus vaccination campaign, an effort that already trails most of South America, experts said.
PETALING JAYA: As students have to follow their lessons online because of the movement control order, there are concerns that traders are taking advantage of the situation to hike up prices of laptops and printer ink cartridges as demand for such items increased from last month.
JOHOR BARU: The price of certain models of laptops, desktops and its accessories have gone up as there is a big demand for such items.
GEORGE TOWN: The spike in demand for laptops and personal devices from those having to work or study at home has led to a shortage of supply.
SAJONEMETI, Hungary (Reuters) - Zoltan Berki usually wakes up before dawn, as his five small children sleep next door, to feed the old iron furnace that stands in a wall cavity to warm up both rooms. This is the only part of his house that he can afford to heat during winter.
LONDON (Reuters) - It is not yet clear whether the world needs a new set of vaccines to fight different variants of the novel coronavirus but scientists are working on new ones so there is no reason for alarm, the head of the Oxford Vaccine Group said on Tuesday.