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Women who are pregnant and those in abusive relationships, trapped at home during the Covid-19 are part of the risk groups identified by the UN.
WHO teams are studying preliminary research and real-time data shared by different countries in order to make policy recommendations.
Companies across the world are investing millions in the fight against coronavirus. Unilever has announced distribution of soaps, sanitisers, bleach and food worth €100 million.
Fatalities were highest in people over 85 years old, but the World Health Organization warns younger people against complacency.
Economists say it’s still too early to tell how bad the economic damage from COVID-19 will be, but it will be large. They suggest bringing on fiscal firepower.
Even with the current inflated mortality rates, most people will recover from coronavirus. But some questions linger on the other side of the curve.
An expert explains how to change your social behaviour during coronavirus pandemic because health systems around the world have been pushed to the limit.
Research shows that drying hands properly - on disposable paper towels rather than hot air dryers - could be vital to avoid transmission of COVID-19.
The trendiest C-suite role for the past few years has almost certainly been the Chief Digital Officer. However, evidence says that the role’s attraction is dimming.
Global economic expansion may be on firm ground, but it faces risk of trade tensions and future environmental challenges.