Joe Biden plans to cut taxes

Joe Biden plans to cut taxes, boost health care and reduce college debt during his first term Joe Biden plans to cut taxes/ A Joe Biden presidency will potentially impact the personal finances of millions of Americans, from how much they pay in income taxes to whether they can pare college debt – or afford college ….  Read More

Pakistan again close educational institutions

Pakistan again close educational institutions

Pakistan again close educational institutions/ Islamabad, Nov 23 (UNI) Pakistan on Monday decided to close educational institutions nationwide from November 26 to January and halt all academic exams during the period following rises in the cases of COVID-19. Addressing a press briefing here after a meeting with provincial education ministers, federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood ….  Read More

Tesco sales and profits rise

Tesco sales and profits rise

Tesco sales and profits rise despite £533m of COVID-19 costs Tesco sales and profits rise/ Tesco revenue rises despite pandemic costs Sales at Tesco (TSCO.L) rose 6.6% during the pandemic and pre-tax profit jumped, even as operating costs rose. Half-year results published on Wednesday show group sales rose 6.6% to £26.7bn ($34.4bn) in the six ….  Read More

Islamabad records Covid-19 rate

Islamabad records Covid-19 rate

Islamabad records Covid-19 bed occupancy rate Islamabad records Covid-19 rate/ ISLAMABAD: The capital has the highest utilization rate for hospital beds reserved for Covid-19 patients. Officials of the district administration that 362 beds, excluding ventilators, reserved for patients in 12 hospitals. On Saturday, there 240 patients admitted to these hospitals with the bed utilization rate ….  Read More

restrictions for ‘third wave’ of COVID-19

States, cities lock down, enact new restrictions for ‘third wave’ of COVID-19 restrictions for ‘third wave’ of COVID-19/ By Kyle Huckins, Contributor Follow | Wednesday, November 18, 2020 Travelers who had been aboard the Braemar cruise ship, operated by Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, and wearing face masks as a precautionary measure against covid-19, react as ….  Read More

CDC Warns Against Thanksgiving Travel

CDC Warns Against Thanksgiving Travel

U.S. Reports Record 187,833 New Covid Cases as CDC Warns Against Thanksgiving Travel CDC Warns Against Thanksgiving Travel/ The U.S. reported 187,833 new Covid-19 cases on Thursday, a record-breaking daily count as the federal government asks Americans to remain home for Thanksgiving. A record 80,698 Covid-19 patients were in the hospital on Thursday, according to ….  Read More

mask slow the spread of Covid-19

More proof that mask mandates worked to slow the spread of Covid-19, CDC research in Kansas shows mask slow the spread of Covid-19/ Icon Sportswire/Getty Images KANSAS CITY, KS – OCTOBER 24: A Sporting Kansas City fan wears a mask and also tries to stay warm on a cold night on October 24, 2020 at ….  Read More

COVID-Net Radiography Screening

COVID-Net Radiography Screening

Darwin AI and Red Hat Team Up to Bring COVID-Net Radiography Screening AI to Hospitals, Using Underlying Technology from Boston Children’s Hospital COVID-Net Radiography Screening/ Darwin AI, the explainable artificial intelligence (XAI) company, and Red Hat, also the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced a collaboration to accelerate the deployment of COVID-Net— ….  Read More

PDM for insisting on Peshawar rally

PDM for insisting on Peshawar rally

PM Imran, ministers criticize PDM for insisting on Peshawar rally despite Covid threat PDM for insisting on Peshawar rally/ Prime Minister Imran Khan and his cabinet members on Saturday lambasted the opposition alliance, Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), for moving ahead with tomorrow’s rally in Peshawar despite the threat of Covid-19. “The same PDM members who ….  Read More

16 deaths from Covid-19

16 deaths from Covid-19

Sindh reports 865 new cases, 16 deaths from Covid-19 16 deaths from Covid-19/ The number of new Covid-19 cases declined last week for the first time in over three months, but deaths in the region continued to climb, AFP cited WHO data as showing on Wednesday. In total, nearly four million cases of the novel ….  Read More