Ten months after getting COVID-19, people still had an 88 per cent lower risk of reinfection, hospitalisation and death, according to the study published in the Lancet journal.
Scientists in Italy have found traces of the new coronavirus in wastewater collected from Milan and Turin in December 2019 — suggesting COVID-19 was already circulating in northern Italy before China reported the first cases.
A research has ranked Dubai as fifth among 100 cities in the world where women could have the best economic and employment opportunities through and Post-COVID19.
Malaysians can now travel for domestic holidays, get haircuts and shop at street markets. Schools and religious activities also will gradually resume. While happy to be back at work, hairstylist Shirley Chai she is nervous about the strict health rules for hairdressers, especially the one-hour limit for each client.
The low-cost beds are chemically coated to make them waterproof and can hold a 300-kilogramme load, said Vikram Dhawan, who along with his brother came up with the design while they were stuck at home during the country's months-long lockdown.
The government of Abu Dhabi took to social media to announce a slight ease in the restrictions in the movement of the residents, caused due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The city famed for its vibrant cafe society and coffee culture will get some of its pre-lockdown life back as cafes and restaurants partially reopen Tuesday. The Paris City Hall authorized the opening of outside seating areas, but indoors will remain closed to customers until at least June 22.
More than 30 countries have reported over 1,000 single-day coronavirus cases, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
The plan was outlined in a letter to tour operators and airlines detailing the measures Cyprus is taking to ensure the safety of its tourism sector.