TOKYO, Jan 18: Oil prices fell on Monday, extending losses that last week ended a rally driven by production cuts and strong Chinese demand, with the market’s recovery outlook being called into question as coronavirus infections rise.
SATARA/BHUBANESWAR, Jan 17: India’s COVID-19 vaccination drive hit a bump on the first day due to glitches in an app called Co-Win that is being used to coordinate the campaign, according to several officials involved in the immunisation programme.
Covid-19 has inflicted casualty not only on human beings but all other sectors—economic, social and psychological—with immense fear of uncertainty in everyone’s mind. No one knows when it will end. Experts predict that the entire world would suffer. Poor countries like Nepal will surely suffer the most and face the most daunting challenges.
KATHMANDU, August 16: JICA Alumni Association Nepal (JAAN) in collaboration with Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) organized a virtual seminar on “Learning Elderly Care in Japan and Safety Measures for Aging People in the Context of COVID-19 Pandemic” on Friday.
There is a long history of pandemics. Pandemics in the human history have devastated the lives of billions while impacting greatly on human culture, tradition, values and civilization. Such catastrophes brought about the paramount changes to the course of global order several times. The emergence and collapse of empires, and the fall of the old civilization and rise of the new one, were few examples that are worthy to mention.
KATHMANDU, Aug 2: As two coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases have been detected among traffic police personnel, the Metropolitan Traffic Police Division has decided to seal off the office to prevent the possible spread of the virus to the service seekers.
NEW YORK, June 9: While some potential vaccines have emerged in the global race to find a way to stop the spread of COVID-19, many scientists and researchers believe antibody based therapies hold great promise for treating people already infected with the disease.