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COVID-19 elderly patients died after giving up ventilator to help others

COVID-19 elderly patients died after giving up ventilator to help others

14:28 | 02/04/2020

While many hospitals, medical facilities around the world are facing dire shortage of personal protective gears, and medical treating equipments as the COVID-19 pandemic is going more rampant, some old patients are willing to put other's lives before their own. Don Giuseppe Berardelli, Italian, 72, and Suzanne Hoylaerts, German, 90, both refused intensive care treatment for COVID-19 to save ventilator for younger patients in need.

Remote working during COVID-19 pandemic puts cyber security at risk

Remote working during COVID-19 pandemic puts cyber security at risk

14:19 | 02/04/2020

As a number of firms have allowed their employees to work from home to protect them during the COVID-19 pandemic, cybersecurity might suffer, with employees' devices and the company's network expose to threats on insecure public WiFi networks, experts told VNS in a statement. 

Rounds of applause for front-line fighters around the world

Rounds of applause for front-line fighters around the world

08:15 | 01/04/2020

#ClapforCarers movement, the idea of clapping to cheer up COVID-19 fighters has been catching on the world over. People in the UK, Italy, France, Singapore, Vietnam, etc., are celebrating the one-minute-clap from balconies, doorsteps, windows to thank health workers for their hard work. 

The world expresses its thanking front-line COVID-19 fighters in pictures

The world expresses its thanking front-line COVID-19 fighters in pictures

08:13 | 01/04/2020

The global fight against COVID-19 pandemic has never been this tough. As a token of gratitude, people across the world are celebrating the relentless efforts of world leaders, experts, scientists, healthcare personnel, sanitation workers, etc., who are all striving to win over the virus, in different ways. 

COVID-19 pandemic could kill 20 million people worldwide in 2020

COVID-19 pandemic could kill 20 million people worldwide in 2020

08:04 | 01/04/2020

The COVID-19 pandemic could kill as many as 20 million people worldwide this year even if the intensive social distancing measures currently are being implemented in many of the most affected countries, South China Morning Post reported, citing a mathematical model developed by researchers at Imperial College in London.

Coronavirus may have spread in humans for years, study says

Coronavirus may have spread in humans for years, study says

15:45 | 30/03/2020

Virus may have jumped from animal to humans long before the first detection in Wuhan, definitively putting to rest the conspiracies that claim it's a lab-made disease, according to top researchers from US, Britain and Australia.

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