Infection в новостях
|bacterial infection||Бактериальная инфекция|
|fungal infection||Грибковые инфекции|
|risk of infection||Риск заражения|
|tract infection||Инфекция тракта|
|viral infection||Вирусная инфекция|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Warmer temperatures may not slow COVID-19 transmission by much: Study →
The researchers at Mount Auburn Hospital analysed daily reported cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection across the US from January 20 through April 3, as tracked by John Hopkins University’s COVID-19 Dashboard.
The China Post
· The Latest: Pakistan document shows experts wanted lockdown →
The government says it will only lift further restrictions if infections remain low.
· Ismail Sabri: Screening only at Sungai Buloh Prison block where Covid-19-positive inmate housed →
“We (will) only screen the spot where there was an infection, not prisons nationwide,” the senior minister in charge of defence told a press briefing in Putrajaya.
· Coronavirus news – live: UK mulls ‘air bridges’ to countries with low infection rate, as WHO says China ‘delayed releasing crucial information’ →
With the number of new infections from the virus declining, France's government ruled that from June 2, restaurants and bars could re-open, sunbathing on beaches can resume, and a ban on travel over 100 km (62 miles) can be lifted.
The China Post
· UK lawmakers balk at order to return and end virtual voting →
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative government is gradually easing the nationwide lockdown, but authorities warn that progress is fragile, and too swift a relaxation could trigger a second wave of infections.
· Tokyo’s Nikkei closes up more than 1pc →
TOKYO, June 2 — Tokyo’s benchmark Nikkei index gained more than one per cent today with investors encouraged by US rallies and the re-opening of Japan’s economy following recent declines in coronavirus infections.
· Stocks shrug off US unrest, China tensions amid easing of Covid-19 lockdowns - business live →
But as Hewson points out, even as lockdowns ease across Asia and Europe there is an “undercurrent of anxiety” that some countries might be leaving their coronavirus lockdowns too quickly ,which could put some populations at risk of a second wave of infections.
· RA confident Bledisloe Cup series, Rugby Championship still on cards →
Meanwhile, Australia’s November Tests in the northern hemisphere look likely to be cancelled given the infection rates in the UK and Italy.
The China Post
· South America’s reopening and US protests could spread virus →
More than 6.2 million infections have been reported worldwide, with over 375,000 people dying, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.
· Re-mention of rape case involving cop, Mongolian women set for July 8 →
Earlier, lawyer Akmal Jusoh who represented Hazrul Hizham, 30, informed the court that her client, who is being detained at the Sungai Buloh Prison, was unable to be present in court today following a positive Covid-19 infection of a foreign inmate at the prison.