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An AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine is prepared at the Princess Royal Sports Arena on in England.

Mar 21, 2021 AM EDT - Jay Ahon

WHO: Keep Using AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine

The World Health Organizations encouraged nations to continue rolling out AstraZeneca vaccines from the recommendations of European and British medicines regulators, dismissing blood clot concerns.

FedEx Delivery Demands Rocket Profits Despite Pandemic

Mar 19, 2021 AM EDT - Maureen Blas

FedEx Delivery Demands Rocket Profits Despite Pandemic

The pandemic cannot stop logistics giant, FedEx to remain profitable. Its revenue soars and keeps on receiving millions of online orders for delivery.

COVID-19 vaccine

Mar 18, 2021 AM EDT - Joe Saballa

3 European Countries To Stop Inoculating AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine

Germany, France, and Italy are temporarily halting the inoculation of the AstraZeneca vaccine to its people, making the vaccination program more difficult to pull off.

COVID-19 vaccine

Mar 16, 2021 AM EDT - Joe Saballa

Moderna Closes 18B-dollar Worth Of Agreements For COVID-19 Vaccine

Moderna Inc. has already closed a billion-dollar worth of agreements for the COVID-19 vaccine that it is producing.


Mar 13, 2021 AM EST - Joe Saballa

Vitamins: Your Body’s Must-needed Shield Against Diseases

Health experts say that vitamins play a pivotal role in maintaining a healthy body, especially now the COVID-19 is wreaking havoc all over the world.

COVID-19 Testing Station

Mar 13, 2021 AM EST - Serena Martinez

Social Distancing Rules In South Korea Extended To Two Weeks As COVID-19 Cases Still Rise

COVID-19 cases are still rising for three consecutive weeks.

Lockdown in India

Mar 12, 2021 AM EST - Joe Saballa

India’s Nagpur City To Be Placed Under 7-day Complete Lockdown

Nagpur will be placed in a week-long complete lockdown.

Business sector amid COVID-19 crisis

Mar 12, 2021 AM EST - Joe Saballa

5 Important Things That Businesses Can Do Amid COVID-19 Crisis

The business sector is undeniably one of the most affected sectors since the day when the novel coronavirus became a pandemic.

Semiconductor Chips are highly in demand and facing shortage

Mar 10, 2021 AM EST - Serena Martinez

Game Consoles And Cars Are Running Out In The Middle Of Semiconductor Shortage

Due to the increased demand and health restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, catching up on the production demand may be slower than usual.

Japan Introduce COVID-19 Tests At Soccer Stadiums Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic

Mar 02, 2021 AM EST - Kim Jam

Japan Requests China To Stop Anal Swab Tests For COVID-19 On Japanese Citizens

The tests involve inserting a cotton swab 3-5cm (1.2-2.0 inches) into the anus.


Feb 27, 2021 AM EST - Victoria Marian Belmis

Chungha Opens Up: Shares Hardship With COVID And How I.O.I Aided Her, And More

Last Tuesday, February 23, former I.O.I member and current soloist, Chungha, went as a guest on tvN’s show “On and Off.”


Feb 12, 2021 AM EST - Cindy Chan

Here's How Oscars 2021 Will Broadcast The Show Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

The 93rd Academy Awards will have its adjustments in line with the COVID-19 protocols.

Playing Video Games

Feb 06, 2021 AM EST - Victoria Marian Belmis

Video Games: Everyone’s Best Friend As The Covid’s Siege Continues

Gaming has helped people cope with the pandemic.

COVID-19 sanitation

Feb 02, 2021 AM EST - Genesis Tan

South Korea Teams Up With Kakao To Offer Information On 'Virus-Safe' Restaurants

Customers can dine in safer with this new partnership between South Korea and the app platform.

Coronavirus Push UK Hospitals To Brink, Hits New Cases and Deaths

Jan 19, 2021 PM EST - Melissa Ann Buhia

Coronavirus Push UK Hospitals To Brink, Hits New Cases And Deaths

The United Kingdom has the worst death toll in Europe and the world's fifth-worst.

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