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VERBIER, Switzerland (Reuters) - Swiss ski resorts are ploughing ahead with preparations for the year-end holiday season despite pressure from neighbouring Italy, France and Germany to shut until the latest coronavirus wave passes.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Greenhouse gas concentrations climbed to a new record in 2019 and rose again this year despite an expected drop in emissions due to COVID-19 lockdowns, the World Meteorological Organization said on Monday, warning against complacency.
Although initial advice was to throw them away after a single use, environmental concerns have prompted research into reusing face masks.
Engineers needed to solve S'pore's future challenges as country stays free of local Covid-19 cases for 11th day
SINGAPORE, Nov 21 (The Straits Times/ANN): In the next 10 years, many new jobs will be created in the agri-food sector and engineers will be needed, including people with expertise in process control, automation and robotics.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 22 (Xinhua) -- Boeing and the University of Arizona have determined that airlines' current cleaning solutions effectively destroy the virus that causes COVID-19 in a first-of-its-kind series of tests, according to a news release from Boeing on Thursday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Thousands marched to the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington on Saturday to commemorate the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and protest President Donald Trump's rush to push through Amy Coney Barrett as her replacement.
PETALING JAYA: The 1 Utama shopping mall will reopen today following extensive disinfection all over the mall, especially on high-touch surfaces.
PETALING JAYA: The 1 Utama shopping mall will re-open for business on Saturday (Oct 17) after carrying out sanitisation that focused on all high-touch surfaces throughout the complex.
The new coronavirus may remain infectious for weeks on banknotes, glass and other common surfaces, according to research by Australia’s top biosecurity laboratory that highlights risks from paper currency, touchscreen devices and grab handles and rails.
MELBOURNE/SYDNEY (Reuters) - The virus that causes COVID-19 can survive on banknotes, glass and stainless steel for up to 28 days, much longer than the flu virus, Australian researchers said on Monday, highlighting the need for cleaning and handwashing to combat the virus.