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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Along with this, for secured loans, the cut stands at 1.5 per cent per year applied to VND-denominated loans, and 1 per cent per year to USD-denominated loans. For unsecured loans, the rate cut is 2 per cent per year for loans in domestic currency and 1 per cent for USD loans. … [Read more...] about Banks ramp up support for customers in COVID-19 time
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Prof Tran Binh Giang: Not so long ago, a 15-year-old girl from Ukraine travelled to Vietnam to visit her relatives. She suffered constant vomiting. Following medical examination, she was found to have a psychiatric disorder called trichophagia, as she has an irresistible urge to swallow her hair. The hair in her stomach could not be digested so it caused an obstruction in her bowel. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese hospitals to remove bottlenecks to lure foreign patients
As the Covid-19 map gets covered by growing red circles, several countries still haven't registered a single case of infection, including one of the most repressive states in the world - Turkmenistan. Many experts are concerned its government may be hiding the truth, which could disrupt attempts to end the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Why has Turkmenistan reported no cases?