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European Union reopens borders to 14 'safe' countries from today, bars travellers from US, Brazil and Russia
World

European Union reopens borders to 14 'safe' countries from today, bars travellers from US, Brazil and Russia

Although the European Union wants to work on the basis of reciprocity, Britain, which is no longer an EU member, is an exception. It enforces 14 days of self-isolation on all non-essential travellers.

As lockdown lifts, wearing a face mask could be your only defence against COVID-19: How to pick the right one
science

As lockdown lifts, wearing a face mask could be your only defence against COVID-19: How to pick the right one

WHO keeps reminding the public that mask needs to be worn correctly and kept clean to ensure that they are effective in stopping the virus.

Supreme Court tells Centre to direct states to pay salaries, provide necessary quarantine facilities to doctors and healthcare workers
India

Supreme Court tells Centre to direct states to pay salaries, provide necessary quarantine facilities to doctors and healthcare workers

The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Centre to issue directions to states for payment of salaries and providing necessary quarantine facilities to doctors and healthcare workers engaged in treating COVID-19 patients. The government told the court it would issue the necessary directions.

'People ran from us like we were the devil': Healthcare staff from Tamil Nadu's Kallakuruchi say they work 18-hour shifts without benefits
India

'People ran from us like we were the devil': Healthcare staff from Tamil Nadu's Kallakuruchi say they work 18-hour shifts without benefits

Covid Mobile Units, like the one Pachaiyappan and Ranjani operate, were the first to kick into action after the virus started spreading in India. After all, even the first batch of suspects would’ve been driven in by these vehicles.

Lockdown lives: Mumbai to Lugo, stories of days (and nights) stuck in coronavirus crisis-induced limbo
long-reads

Lockdown lives: Mumbai to Lugo, stories of days (and nights) stuck in coronavirus crisis-induced limbo

This crowd-sourced collection of narratives highlights fragments of life during a lockdown — from Mumbai to Jerusalem to Lugo; a record of the fears, anxieties, uncertainties and quiet joys that make up our days (and nights) as the world is gripped by a crisis.

'Afraid to be a nurse': Celebrated in some countries for efforts against COVID-19, healthcare workers face abuse in others
World

'Afraid to be a nurse': Celebrated in some countries for efforts against COVID-19, healthcare workers face abuse in others

In many cities, doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers have been celebrated with choruses of applause and cheers from windows and rooftops for providing the front-line defence against the pandemic

Coronavirus Outbreak: Ajay Devgn says he is 'disgusted and angry' with those attacking healthcare workers
Entertainment

Coronavirus Outbreak: Ajay Devgn says he is 'disgusted and angry' with those attacking healthcare workers

Ajay Devgn took to Twitter to criticise those attacking healthcare workers who are managing the coronavirus outbreak in different parts of the country.

Expert tips: How to deal with the stigma around COVID-19 infection
Health

Expert tips: How to deal with the stigma around COVID-19 infection

The stigma attached to a disease can make containing, treating and eradicating said disease even more difficult.

World Health Day 2020: Why becoming a nurse is not as easy as you might think
Health

World Health Day 2020: Why becoming a nurse is not as easy as you might think

World Health Day 2020 is dedicated to the celebration of nurses and midwives, whose immense role in healthcare is frequently forgotten.

Take strict action against those who attacked healthcare workers; provide proper PPE and N95 masks: Bhaichung Bhutia to PM
Sports

Take strict action against those who attacked healthcare workers; provide proper PPE and N95 masks: Bhaichung Bhutia to PM

Former India football captain Bhaichung Bhutia on Friday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to punish the people who had attacked a team of healthcare workers in Indore and also pointed out the lack of testing kits in Sikkim to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

World AIDS Day: A life-long disease that is transmitted by sex, childbirth or infected needles
science

World AIDS Day: A life-long disease that is transmitted by sex, childbirth or infected needles

There is no cure for HIV/AIDS but a treatment is called ART is highly recommended for anyone suffering from this disease.

Intel's Skool Software brings free material for healthcare workers
News & Analysis

Intel's Skool Software brings free material for healthcare workers

To add a very important detail to the title, Intel's bringing Skool Software to healthcare workers in developing countries and they plan on reaching 1 million users in 2015.