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Higher amounts of blood enzyme in men purportedly makes them more susceptible to virus
On March 13, Kuwait suspended all commercial flights. The government also closed stores, malls and barbershops ito curb the coronavirus spread
Digital learning is being adopted fast. Some Arab countries have been quick to take action, and are providing alternative learning tools using e-learning platforms and TV channels
Allowing self-registration for e-wallet services contributes to speeding up digital transformation of financial transactions
Turkey conducted 33,687 tests for the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of tests carried out to 1,298,806
Egypt on Thursday extended a nationwide night-time curfew for 15 days until the end of holy month of Ramadan to curb the spread of COVID-19 pandemic
Robust mitigation measures are key to averting widespread transmission of the disease that could overwhelm already fragile health systems in Africa.
Budget revenues down EGP 75bn, of which EGP 65bn decline in tax revenues
Syndrome features overlap with Kawasaki Disease and Toxic Shock Syndrome, including persistent fever, abdominal symptoms, rash and even cardiovascular changes requiring intensive care
COVID-19 restrictions should not be eased early to prevent strong second wave of infections
Novartis has also collaborated with the ministry to run Egypt’s first coronavirus awareness seminar in March, that brought together over 5,600 multi-specialty doctors to discuss the latest developments on the pandemic.
Candidate vaccine is not commercial; we are willing to work with any third party to get it developed quickly, says Liban Ahmed
Newsom outlined a four-stage plan to reopen state’s economy as he faces increasing pressure from public and local officials to ease coronavirus restrictions
South Africa province of Western Cape remains the epicenter of the pandemic with 3,362 cases, followed by Gauteng with 1,661 and KwaZulu-Natal with 1,106
Four military planes carrying medical supplies arrived in Sudan capital Khartoum on Monday
Ecuador to relax government-imposed quarantine starting Monday, transitioning to social distancing to reactivate the production and commercial sectors
Final contracts are ready but Covid-19 pandemic postpones signature
New outlets will ease pressure on main offices and protect customer health and safety
UAE develops Covid-19 treatment that involves stem cell transplantation
Motshekga said they wish to carry out awareness campaign particularly in rural areas and sanitize classes before opening the South African schools
Economic output in US is expected to fall 4.6%. GDP would decrease by 4.2% in Brazil, 3.4% in Russia and South Africa. Japan would experience 3.3% recession
Meyer’s remarks have stood against the opinion from Michel D’Hooghe, the UEFA medical chief’s counterpart from FIFA, who said he was “very skeptical”
US stocks index Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 2.21%. S&P 500 rose 2.66%, Nasdaq Composite Index rallied 3.57%
White House guidelines, including measures such as physical distancing, avoiding large gatherings and working from home, are set to expire Thursday
In Tokyo, the epicenter of Japan’s outbreak, COVID-19 cases has increased by 47 to reach 4,106, followed by Osaka Prefecture with 1,597 infections.
No evidence of immunity to virus after recovery, says Al-Mandhari
The daily average number of coronavirus tests in Israel has dropped to 9,000 in the past 3 days, after reaching a daily peak of 13,342 on April 20.
The meeting discussed the pandemic’s threat to financial stability, according to three scenarios; that the crisis would continue until the end of the first half of 2020, it would last through the end of the year, or it would carry into 2021.
Coronavirus pandemic may be opportunity to turn to local producers instead of importers
Conte made the remarks ahead of the end of the national coronavirus lockdown on May 3, which is to be followed by what he called Phase Two