Daily Archives: May 2, 2020

85% of Global Airlines to go Bankrupt by Year-End: Council

The aviation industry, which supports 65.5 million jobs around the world, including 10.5 million people employed at airports and by airlines, and contributes $2.7 trillion in world economic activity, will take three...

These are the Ways Doctors Think Coronavirus can Attack the Body

Since the first cases of COVID-19 emerged at the end of 2019, the ensuing pandemic is confirmed to have infected more than 3 million people, taken hundreds of thousands of lives and...

Coronavirus Pandemic: PM Imran to Launch Program For Unemployed Workers Today

Prime Minister Imran Khan will launch a support program on Saturday (today) for those who have lost their jobs due to coronavirus pandemic. The prime minister Imran Khan will launch a web portal...

Abu Dhabi Stem Cell Center Develops “Promising” New COVID-19 Treatment

An aerosol treatment for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) developed by a team of doctors and researchers in the UAE had shown “promising” results, the Emirates News Agency (WAM) reported on Friday. The treatment...

CM Launched Early Childhood Educational Book

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Friday launched a new book for promoting early childhood education (ECE) in the province. He congratulated Schools Education Minister Murad Raas and his team for compiling a new book, adding that it has...

PIA’s First Direct Flight For US to Depart on May 7: Sources

Pakistan International Airlines’ (PIA) flight to depart for Washington on May 7 to bring back stranded countrymen. The national flag-carrier after approval from the US for direct flights to repatriate stranded Pakistanis, has...

Pakistan witness with 1,297 New Cases and 32 Deaths

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Pakistan rose to 18,235 on Saturday after new infections were confirmed in the country. Pakistan witnessed its record new coronavirus cases and deaths for the third...

This ‘Different’ Testing Mechanism Allows Saudi Arabia to Ease Lockdown During Ramadan

As lockdown in many parts of the world including Europe and the US continues to wreak havoc on economies, Saudi Arabia’s ‘different’ testing mechanism to track and treat suspected patients allowed the...
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