Alderman Jason Ervin, who chairs Chicago council's black caucus, told the Chicago Tribune that "rates of non-compliance in some parts of the city with the stay-at-home orders" might also be contributing to the statistics. BBC … [Read more...] about Coronavirus wreaks havoc in African American neighbourhoods
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SHB has rolled out a major credit packaged valued at VND25 trillion ($1.1 billion), with a rate cut of at least 2 per cent per year compared to the normal rate, alongside exemption from or reduction of transaction fees. “Driven by our desire to always accompany and share customers' difficulties, simultaneously realising the state’s commitment to supporting firms during the COVID-19 outbreak, our bank has come up with a raft of practical and timely measures to help customers maintain and stimulate production and business,” said Nguyen Van Le, SHB general director. … [Read more...] about Banks ramp up support for customers in COVID-19 time
News of a February study in China about the use of chloroquine for the coronavirus had already sparked lively debate in Lagos, so people began stocking up. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus and chloroquine: Is there evidence it works?
Prof. Tran Binh Giang: Doctors at the hospital recently performed a surgery on a female patient who previously sought medical treatment abroad. She went through a hysterectomy surgery and handled her placenta praevia in Singapore, costing 50,000 USD, but there was a side-effect. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese hospitals to remove bottlenecks to lure foreign patients
The image of health is part of his cult of personality. State TV regularly shows him lifting weights in the gym, or cycling on his bike. He is the main driver of "health and happiness" campaigns in which state employees wearing identical uniforms do their morning exercises. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Why has Turkmenistan reported no cases?