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· Covid-19: is a second wave inevitable? – podcast →
Ian Sample talks to Prof Carl Heneghan about the uncertainties in predicting future outbreaks of Covid-19 and what we can do to prevent them
· Football pitch-sized area of tropical rainforest lost every six seconds →
She called for governments to embrace four steps: preventing forest burning; increasing monitoring and enforcement to stop breaches; providing the poor and hungry with alternatives to forest exploitation; and not reducing protections to aid the economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Japan Times
· Deadly Sapporo coronavirus cluster highlights challenges faced by elderly care homes →
Sapporo – Elderly care facilities in Japan are struggling to prevent mass infections of the novel coronavirus among residents and others, with a nursing home in Hokkaido seeing around 70 percent of residents getting the virus.
· Made in Qatar: embargo and pandemic stoke autonomy drive →
At vast warehouses in the desert five key staples, including rice, cooking oil and sugar, are stacked high to help prevent empty shelves -- seen in Qatar immediately after its neighbours severed ties, and witnessed globally amid pandemic panic-buying.
· Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (REGN) Regeneron Oncology Investor Event, ASCO 2020 Conference (Transcript) →
Of course, we thought that our technologies were perfect for coming up with antibodies as drugs that could block this RBD from binding to the ACE-2 receptor, and preventing or even treating COVID-19 infection.
· Australian beach life at risk as environment drops down agenda →
Power says there is still time to act to prevent worse damage to our beaches but the gap is closing fast.
· Feast Or Famine: Grubhub Needs Uber Merger →
Food delivery companies must rely on humans (at least for now) who can only deliver a maximum of two to three orders per hour, at best, due to travel times and to prevent food from going cold.
· Distancing and masks cut Covid-19 risk, says largest review of evidence →
For this analysis, an international research team conducted a systematic review of 172 studies assessing distance measures, face masks and eye protection to prevent transmission of three diseases caused by coronaviruses — Covid-19, SARS and MERS.
· South Korea mandates QR codes to log customers after nightclub COVID-19 outbreak →
SEOUL: South Korea is testing a new quick response (QR) code system this week to log visitors at high-risk entertainment facilities, restaurants and churches in a bid to track coronavirus cases and prevent further spread of the disease.
The Japan Times
· Let’s discuss the drop in tourism numbers →
Japan’s entry ban aimed at preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus was expanded to about 100 countries this month.