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Polish doctors write to the prime minister demanding "salary at the level of a skilled worker"

The head of the OZZL referred to the proposals of minimum salaries in the national health service. He points out that the Ministry of Health's proposals means a de facto lowering of medics' salaries in relation to the average salary in the economy. The medical community appeals for verification of the government's policy and undertaking talks with it. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. This is an automated machine translation of an article published by Business Insider in a...
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Singapore built the world's first bubble facility so people can travel for business without having to quarantine - and it's in an expo center. We got a sneak peak of the rooms, facilities, and food.

Guest rooms are built around two indoor courtyards with live plants, work spaces, and gym pods. Katie Warren/Insider Singapore just opened the world's first bubble facility for business travelers. Travelers can bypass a 14-day quarantine by staying in the bubble facility, but they can't leave it. The facility has 150 guest rooms, gym pods, and 40 meeting rooms with air-tight glass panels and separate ventilation systems. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. As the world ...
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Unused AstraZeneca doses: first German major corporation offers to buy vaccine for employees

Meanwhile, more than one million doses of AstraZeneca's Corona vaccine remain unused, according to the Ministry of Health, because the vaccine was not initially recommended by the Standing Commission on Vaccination (Stiko) for people over 65. This "went badly", admitted the head of the Stiko, now the commission wants to promptly issue a recommendation for older people as well. However, the image problem and the vaccine backlog have already been created. Klaus Josef Lutz, CEO of the public compa...
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Canada: Public Hospital Advisory: Ministry Of Health Extends General Approval Under Public Hospitals Act Of Temporary Capacity Expansion For Pubic Hospitals - Miller Thomson LLP

Public hospitals in Ontario continue to collaborate with healthcare and community partners to build system capacity in responding to COVID-19.
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Polish wedding industry protest: either start work in spring or declare bankruptcy

"Either we start working in line with the start of the spring season in the wedding industry or we will declare bankruptcy," - said on Tuesday a co-owner of a wedding hall in Lomza The second owner argued that "the public should be put in their own hands to take responsibility for their health, lives, and finances" Industry representatives say that if the restrictions continue, they will become unemployed and have to access social benefits Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories....
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Italy misled the WHO by claiming it was fully prepared for a pandemic when COVID-19 hit, lawsuit says

A man walks past a billboard raising awareness about COVID-19 in Naples, Italy. Carlo Hermann /AFP/Getty Italy is accused of misleading the WHO in its pandemic preparedness when COVID-19 hit last year. It said it was at the top level of readiness, but had not updated its plan since 2006, documents say. The allegation is in a civil lawsuit filed against the government by families of COVID-19 victims. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. The Italian government has been acc...
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Jamaica’s Amber Group fixes second JamCOVID security lapse

Amber Group has fixed a second security lapse that exposed private keys and passwords for the government’s JamCOVID app and website. A security researcher told TechCrunch on Sunday that the Amber Group left a file on the JamCOVID website by mistake, which contained passwords that would have granted access to the backend systems, storage, and databases running the JamCOVID site and app. The researcher asked not to be named for fears of legal repercussions from the Jamaican government. This file, ...
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Jamaica’s immigration website exposed thousands of travelers’ data

A security lapse by a Jamaican government contractor has exposed immigration records and COVID-19 test results for hundreds of thousands of travelers who visited the island over the past year. The Jamaican government contracted Amber Group to build the JamCOVID19 website and app, which the government uses to publish daily coronavirus figures and allows residents to self-report their symptoms. The contractor also built the website to pre-approve travel applications to visit the island during the ...
Tags: Health, Security, Privacy, Government, Tech, Whatsapp, United States, Grenada, Web Services, Jamaica, Prevention, Caribbean, Signal, Amazon Web Services, Operating Systems, British Virgin Islands

Patient diagnosed with Covid-19 dies in New Zealand hospital

Case is not being included in official Covid-19 death toll pending further investigationsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageA patient diagnosed with Covid-19 has died at a New Zealand hospital, the Ministry of Health has confirmed, after being transferred from a managed isolation facility for treatment of a separate, serious health condition last week.The person, whose death was not yet being included in New Zealand’s official Covid-related death toll, was diagnosed with...
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AIA Cancer Care announced, and more daily news

AIA has announced the introduction of AIA Cancer Care. AIA highlights that the Ministry of Health reported that 23,000 New Zealanders are diagnosed with cancer each year. AIA is offering customers the option of purchasing AIA Cancer Care. AIA Cancer...

New Zealand: another Covid case linked to Pullman Hotel

Announcement means five people with links to Auckland isolation facility have tested positiveCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageA fourth person who was released from managed isolation at Auckland’s Pullman hotel has tested positive for Covid-19, New Zealand’s Ministry of Health has said, but authorities have reassured the public that the risk to others remains “low”.The individual had been self-isolating at home in Hamilton, in the North Island, since leaving the hotel o...
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A Russian doctor who treated Alexei Navalny after his poisoning has suddenly died, hospital says

Alexei Navalny. Moscow City Court via AP The doctor who treated Alexei Navalny for poison has suddenly died, his hospital said Thursday. Sergey Maximishin, 55, was deputy chief physician at Omsk Emergency Hospital No. 1. Maximishin "knew more than anyone else about Alexei's condition," Navalny's chief of staff said. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. A doctor who treated Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny after his poisoning last year has died, according to the h...
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Despite vaccine shortage, German states leave thousands of doses of Moderna vaccine unused

Despite a vaccine shortage, several states have been leaving vaccine shipments from Moderna unused for two weeks. According to research by Business Insider, many thousands of doses are at stake. Health expert Karl Lauterbach (SPD) criticized the actions of the states. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Every day in Germany, nearly 1000 people are still dying from coronavirus. And more than 10,000 people continue to be infected with the virus here within 24 hours. Thousands ar...
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I'm a doctor in Singapore. Our COVID-19 cases have been low since last fall - here's what we're doing right.

Dr. Lim Hui Ling and her husband at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. Lim Hui Ling Dr. Lim Hui Ling, 51, is the medical director for the International Medical Clinic in Singapore. Lim says going through the 2002-2003 SARS pandemic helped prepare her and other healthcare workers to deal with COVID-19. She also credits fellow Singaporeans for helping stop the spread of the virus by willingly wearing masks, social distancing, and using a contact tracing app. Visit Business Insider's homepage ...
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Covid 19 coronavirus: Bluetooth usage pulls well ahead of poster scanning - and that's a problem

The latest NZ Covid Tracer app stats from the Ministry of Health show we're still slackers at scanning posters, but more and more of us are turning on Bluetooth.For Saturday, January 23, some 286,646 people scanned at least one... [Author: [email protected]]
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Covid 19 coronavirus: Were businesses told first about Northland community case's movements?

Several businesses visited by the Northland's Covid community case weren't contacted by health officials before finding out the news.One business owner stayed up late into the night hoping to hear from the Ministry of Health but... [Author: [email protected]]
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Coronavirus live: Italy may take legal action over Pfizer vaccine delivery delays; China finds two cases resemble UK strain

French health officials warn against wearing home-made fabric masks; Two cases in China considered to be highly similar to UK variant; Dutch curfew set to be introduced between 8.30pm and 4.30amBiden holds memorial for 400,000 Americans who have died of CovidCovid unlikely to die out, says New Zealand health chief UK coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage 3.22pm GMT Members of the military are to be brought in to assist medical staff in Northern Ireland in the battle ag...
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United States: Mexico's COVID-19 Traffic Light Monitoring System: News For January 4–17, 2021 - Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart

Cases of COVID-19 are continuing to rise in Mexico, with more than 1.45 million positive cases as of January 4, 2021, according to the Ministry of Health, and hospital occupancy rates still climbing.
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Spain 'to register' those who refuse to have Covid-19 vaccine

Vaccinations against Covid-19, which will begin on December 27th in Spain will be voluntary, but the Ministry of Health has said that it...
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Brazil announces Covid-19 vaccination rollout plan

Brazil's Ministry of Health on Wednesday announced its national vaccination rollout plan to counter Covid-19, set to start early next year.
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The great project: how Covid changed science for ever

The emergence of a novel coronavirus prompted a wave of global collaboration that has led to vaccines, treatments and the promise of new discoveriesShow your support for rigorous, independent Guardian journalismCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageFor scientists, 5 January was a turning point in the fight against the coronavirus. That day, a team led by Prof Yong-Zhen Zhang at Fudan University in Shanghai sequenced the genetic code of the virus behind Wuhan’s month-long pn...
Tags: Health, Science, Biology, Society, World news, Medical Research, Infectious Diseases, Microbiology, Shanghai, Vaccines and immunisation, Wuhan, Zhang, Ministry of Health, Fudan University, Coronavirus, Yong Zhen Zhang

Booze has a long history on the space station - even though NASA has banned drinking in space for almost 50 years

Researchers with Space Cargo Unlimited prepare bottles of French red wine to be flown aboard a Northrop Grumman capsule to the International Space Station, November 2, 2019. Associated Press Researchers sent red wine into orbit last year so astronauts could study how space affects it. It's not the first time booze launched into space: Russian cosmonauts have smuggled liquor into orbit, and NASA astronauts have occasionally indulged, though NASA banned drinking in orbit. More alcohol consu...
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Data of 243 Million Brazilians Exposed Online via Website Source Code

The personal information of more than 243 million Brazilians, including alive and deceased, has been exposed online after web developers left the password for a crucial government database inside the source code of an official Brazilian Ministry of Health's website for at least six months. From a report: The security snafu was discovered by reporters from Brazilian newspaper Estadao, the same newspaper that last week discovered that a Sao Paolo hospital leaked personal and health information for...
Tags: Tech, Ministry of Health, Sao Paolo, Estadão, COVID, GitHub Estadao

India’s drug regulator grants medical device registration to three GOQii devices

India’s apex drug regulator has granted medical device registration to three wearable devices from GOQii, the California-based fitness technology company. These devices offer measurements of body temperature and a pulse oximeter, as well as of vitals such as Electrocardiography (ECG), blood pressure, and heart-rate, among other things. Wearables Smart Vital, Vital 3.0, and Vital ECG have received an approval for registration from the Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO). While t...
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Apple Highlights PPE Donations to Zambia in Fight Against COVID-19 and HIV

Apple has published a feature highlighting its PPE donations to Zambia and how it has been redirecting PRODUCT(RED) proceeds to help the Global Fund's efforts in the fight against COVID-19 and HIV in sub-saharan Africa. This year, COVID-19 drastically changed the landscape of healthcare, and the Global Fund, which coordinates these shipments to help fight AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria, had to react quickly to respond to this second pandemic. It established the COVID-19 Response Mechanism, whi...
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Slovakia: Sale And Advertising Of CBD Products In Slovakia - Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)

The Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic has submitted a bill that would remove cannabidiol (CBD) from the list of narcotic and psychotropic substances.
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Coronavirus live news: North Korea 'tried to hack' South's vaccine; Germany cases pass 1m

US reports more than 180,000 cases amid Thanksgiving holiday; 99% of England’s population face tough new curbs; Astra Zeneca likely to begin new trial of vaccine. Follow the developments liveScrutiny grows over Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccineUS cases, hospitalisations and deaths rise amid Thanksgiving rushSurge of Aids-related deaths feared as Covid pandemic puts gains at riskChristmas and Covid: is mixing households a good idea? 4.15am GMT Germany has recorded another 22,806 cases, ta...
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Mexico: Mexico Announces A Policy To Expedite Approval Of Marketing Authorizations For Medicines From Abroad - OLIVARES

On October 29, 2020, the Mexican President announced a Decree ordering the Ministry of Health and COFEPRIS to take the necessary measures to expedite the granting of marketing...
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Covid 19 coronavirus: Tiger brokers finance staff told to come into office, despite MOH advice

A staff member at an Auckland finance firm says workers are "extremely concerned" after being told to come into a CBD office today, despite official Ministry of Health advice asking people to work from home after the latest community... [Author: [email protected]]
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Dunedin's old Cadbury factory gets demolition consent for hospital rebuild

Dunedin's old Cadbury factory can be demolished to clear the way for the city's new hospital.The Ministry of Health has today been granted a resource consent to demolish several factory buildings and facades in Cumberland St.The... [Author: [email protected]]
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