“Prevent” in the news
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· Risk Management: How to manage your risks while investing money →
However, unless we know the worst that can happen, we cannot plan anything to prevent it from happening at all.
· Long lines as Singaporeans vote during pandemic →
Clad in face shields, election officials enforced safe distancing rules and took voters' temperatures as they entered polling booths, with the morning session mainly reserved for the elderly to prevent overcrowding.
· Petrol car owners warned their fuel tank may be destroyed from one water drop →
He revealed how one simple household tip could prevent the water from escaping into metals at all which would stop key parts from corroding.
· The world's poorest women and girls risk being biggest losers in DfID merger →
Upwards of £25m has been invested to prevent violence against women and girls through the government’s What Works programme, and a further £67m committed.
· In masks and gloves, Singaporeans vote during coronavirus pandemic →
Clad in face shields, election officials enforced safe distancing rules and took voters’ temperatures as they entered polling booths, with the morning session mainly reserved for the elderly to prevent overcrowding.
· Yemen fuel supplies 'weaponised', putting millions at risk →
It charged that the coalition had for more than 90 days been preventing 15 tankers delivering 420,000 tonnes of petrol and diesel to the southwestern port of Hodeida.
· Trump still sees hydroxychloroquine as promising against Covid-19, says White House →
WASHINGTON, July 10 — US President Donald Trump continues to see a malaria drug, hydroxychloroquine, as a promising drug to be used to prevent infection with the coronavirus, the White House said yesterday, though the US Food and Drug Administration has said its efficacy and safety were unproven.
· AP News in Brief at 12:04 a.m. EDT →
He didn’t embrace Thursday’s outcome as a victory even though it is likely to prevent his opponents in Congress from obtaining potentially embarrassing personal and business records ahead of Election Day.
The Japan Times
· New WHO guidance calls for more evidence on airborne coronavirus transmission →
These include measles and tuberculosis — two highly contagious pathogens that can linger in the air for hours and require extreme precautions to prevent exposure.
· We're urging you to Love Your Liverpool this summer and discover what our city has to offer →
If we all make a pledge to get out and about in our own city this year we can prevent our hospitality and tourism sector diving into recession - a recession that would see dozens of venues close and thousands of jobs disappear.