NSTworld Study: Remdesivir effective against Covid19
WASHINGTON: Anti-viral drug remdesivir cuts recovery times in Covid-19 coronavirus patients, according to the full results of a trial published on Friday night, three weeks after America’s top infectious diseases expert said the study showed the medication has “clear-cut” benefits.Read more: New Straits Times »
Hydroxychloroquine shows no Covid-19 benefit, raises death risk: Study | New Straits TimesNSTworld A study of nearly 100,000 coronavirus patients has shown no benefit in treating them with anti-viral drugs hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine and even increased the likelihood of them dying. covid19
Covid-19: Work from home tensions run high in world’s biggest quarantineAs workers worldwide wrestle with the norms of home video conferences – the de facto meeting rooms of the coronavirus era – tensions are running particularly high in India. The country has grappled with what’s essentially the world’s biggest quarantine after the government issued stringent rules that have kept its 1.3 billion people largely contained at home.
Covid-19 tular di depoh tahanan sebab pendatang tinggal beramai-ramai, kata menteri | The Malaysian InsightIsmail Sabri juga sahkan dua kes baharu di kalangan pendatang di depoh tahananan imigresen Semenyih.
Time for frontliners to have a break, onus now on public to curb Covid-19PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The time has come for every Malaysian to take the responsibility to curb Covid-19 infections in the country and give a chance for the frontliners to have a little, but most deserved, break. As much as we sympathise with the frontliners, we can't afford to let or guard down, after having fought so hard! You can trust the frontliners, but can you trust the public to curb the disease? Still many selfish Malaysians out there. Making PDRMsia job more difficult.
Aidilfitri suram kerana Covid-19 | The Malaysian InsightKemeriahan hampir pasti tidak dapat dirasai tahun ini susulan pihak berkuasa melarang orang ramai balik kampung bagi membendung jangkitan.
Japan FA to loan 210 million yen to clubs hit by Covid-19 shutdownMatches in the top three divisions are on hold until at least June 12. FMTNews JFA Covid19