Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc paid a visit to the Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/dioxin (VAVA) on January 20, during which he praised the efforts, activeness and creativity of the association at all levels in protecting the legitimate rights of Agent Orange/dioxin (AO) victims as well as caring and supporting them. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS JANUARY 21
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In the second half of the opening Test, they certainly showed that they remain a formidable foe in their own conditions, though. While England's spinners didn't bowl as well as they might have done in Sri Lanka's second innings, to make 359 on a wicket that was turning and bouncing was a fine effort and showed all the discipline and skill that was missing in their first innings, when they were bundled out for 135. With the ball, Lasith Embuldeniya had a fine game, while the experienced Dilruwan Perera looked better as the match wore on. Reducing England to 14-3 in the fourth innings proved the threat Sri Lanka's spinners pose. … [Read more...] about Sri Lanka out to protect crumbling Galle fortress
“The danger is that when the infections in a country go up, this mutation becomes a quasi majority variant and then the infection can no longer be controlled,” he said. “And therefore even stricter entry rules at our internal borders are unavoidable, and since everyone does not want that, it is important that we act together now.” … [Read more...] about EU could ban travellers from Britain to contain Covid variants
The four players of the Indian team, along with a few others from the support staff, including Shastri, were exempted from the mandatory institutional quarantine after the authorities at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) requested their former president Sharad Pawar to ensure that the 14-day quarantine is not imposed on them. Pawar's NCP is an alliance partner in Maha Vikas Aghadi Government in the State. … [Read more...] about Maha govt grants quarantine exemption for Rahane and Co.
In a statement made available to Vanguard, the team of researchers drawn from Parexel International, Harvard University and Holly Hill Hospital in the United States; Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University in South Africa, and the Benue State University as well as the Universities of Ibadan, Lagos and Calabar, in Nigeria, said their findings support the use of restricted mobility as a measure for infection control in Nigeria. … [Read more...] about Lockdown averted 5.8m COVID-19 infections in Nigeria – RESEARCH