Free mediation for wedding couples, vendors affected by Covid-19 restrictions extended till end Sept
UK woman installs locks on fridge and cupboards to prevent 10kg pet cat from stealing food
UNITED KINGDOM ― Pet owner Sara Matthews, 47, has resorted to extreme measures to help her obese cat Keith lose weight.
Covid-19: Suicide rate among 10-19 age group jumps 37.5% in 2020 year-on-yearSINGAPORE — The incidence of suicide among young people aged 10 to 19 jumped 37.5 per cent in 2020 from 2019 as part of an overall increase in people here taking their own lives amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Education Minister Chan Chun Sing said on Tuesday (July 27). :( help them
Tokyo COVID-19 cases top 3,000, record high for second straight day - mediaTOKYO (Reuters) -Daily COVID-19 cases in Olympic host city Tokyo hit a record high for a second straight day on Wednesday, topping 3,000 for the first time since the pandemic began, local media reported, as the spike in infections puts pressure on hospitals. The sharp rise in cases may dampen domestic enthusiasm for the Games - taking place under unprecedented conditions, including a ban on spectators in most venues - despite a rush of medals for Japanese athletes. The surge may also spell trouble for Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, whose support ratings are at their lowest since he took office last September, ahead of a general election this year.
Soccer-Real Madrid's new boy Alaba tests positive for COVID-19New Real Madrid signing David Alaba has tested positive for COVID-19, the club confirmed on Wednesday.
Severely immunocompromised individuals can now be vaccinated against COVID-19: Expert committeeSINGAPORE: People who are severely immunocompromised are now eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19, the expert committee on COVID-19 ...
Britain reports highest deaths from Covid-19 since March as Johnson urges caution
Firm, general manager charged with not sending foreign workers for Covid-19 routine testingSINGAPORE — A manufacturing company and its general manager were charged in court on Tuesday (July 27) with failing to send three migrant workers for rostered routine testing for Covid-19.