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India's migrant workers were hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. A new project is showing how smart collaboration can deliver impactful support to millions.
From free masks to fines, there are a variety of measures across the world which countries have used to encourage the public to wear face masks.
Top stories: Restrictions tightened in Australia; New study into the optimum gap between Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine doses; Philippines bans travel from Malaysia and Thailand.
Mental-health conditions have surged during the pandemic. Encouraging mental wellness, and providing the services to support it, is a collective social responsibility
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Jai Dhar Gupta, founder of Nirvana Being, a protective solutions company, has developed a four-point plan that should help improve indoor air quality.
UN women has partnered with relevant organizations to publish 'The Handbook on Gender-responsive Police Services for Women and Girls Subject to Violence.'
Around 60% of the U.S. public have said that socializing with friends and family has returned to complete normality, while only 29% said travel was normal.
Researchers analyzed genomes of more than 2,500 modern humans and found a coronavirus epidemic broke out in the East Asia region more than 20,000 years ago.
Top stories: Indonesia extends COVID-19 curbs; WHO chief backs Tokyo Olympic Games; 80% of new US cases due to Delta variant.
Across the world, people expect employers to allow more flexibility when the COVID-19 pandemic is over, a new survey shows. Two-thirds want flexible work.
For the strongest pandemic recovery, the IMF advises policy support and interventions continue for those most affected, in a 'gradual and cautious' approach.