UPDATE UK adds Thailand to Covid travel ‘red list’ – Pattaya One News

The British government on Monday will add Thailand to its travel “red list”. Foreigners are banned from travelling to England from red list countries, and nationals are required to quarantine. “Thailand and Montenegro will be added to the red list from 4 am on Monday 30 August 2021,” reflecting the increased coronavirus case rates in those countries, the Department for Transport … Read more

Montenegro and Thailand are added to travel red list | Daily Mail Online

Montenegro and Thailand are added to travel red list as Canada, Denmark, and the Azores are among seven destinations moving to green Montenegro and Thailand are being added to the travel red list while Canada, Denmark and the Azores are among just seven countries moved to green.   Thailand and Montenegro will be added to the … Read more

Thailand Added To UK’s Red Travel List – Switzerland, Denmark And Canada Go Green | HuffPost UK

Thailand and Montenegro are being added to the government’s red travel list, while the Azores, Switzerland, Denmark and Canada are among seven locations being moved to the green list, the Department for Transport said. It means people returning to the UK from “red” destinations will be forced to enter a quarantine hotel. Popular European holiday … Read more

Luxembourg Ranks First for Online Shopping; Korea Seventh | Be Korea-savvy

South Korea, on the other hand, ranked seventh after scoring 84.3 points. In the area of postal service reliability, however, Korea ranked first in the world, and ranked the highest among developing countries, with its product distribution network deemed to be well-developed. (image: Kobiz Media/Korea Bizwire) SEOUL, May 6 (Korea Bizwire) – According to the … Read more

Ex-SA Resident Ignores Evacuation to Save Athens Home from Raging Fires – SAPeople – Worldwide South African News

FILE PHOTO: Locals evacuate the area with their animals as a wildfire rages in the suburb of Thrakomakedones, north of Athens, Greece, August 7, 2021. REUTERS/Giorgos Moutafis/File Photo ATHENS (Reuters) – As angry Greeks criticize their government’s response to the wildfire devastation, the story of how Stelios Kokkinelis saved his own home is being used … Read more

Machine learning and knowledge engineering uncovers significant role of elevated blood glucose in severe Covid-19 – Science & research news | Frontiers

By Colm Gorey, Frontiers’ Science Communications Manager Why does Covid-19 present itself more severe in some patients but not in others? The question has puzzled researchers and clinicians since the start of the pandemic, but now new research from the EPFL Blue Brain Project may have found a major clue to solving the mystery thanks … Read more

Schoenmaker Breaks Another Olympic Record on Day 5 – SAPeople – Worldwide South African News

Tatjana Schoenmaker. Photo: Anton Geyser did it again today (Wed 28 July)  – winning her 200m breaststroke heat in 2:19.15, a new Olympic record, at the Tokyo Olympics. A few days ago Schoenmaker unexpectedly broke an Olympic record in her heat for the 100m breaststroke… and went on to win SA’s first Silver medal in … Read more

US Senator indicates donation of additional 2.5m Pfizer vaccine doses to Thailand

US Senator Lt. Col. Ladda Tammy Duckworth reportedly indicated the US has prepared another 2.5 million doses of Pfizer brand vaccine for Thailand after dispatching an initial donation of 1.5 million doses. A donation of 1.5 million Pfizer brand COVID-19 vaccines by the United States is set to arrive in Thailand today (July 29, 2021) … Read more

Zim a safe investment destination: Dutch envoy | The Herald

The Herald Fungi Kwaramba Political Editor OUTGOING Netherlands Ambassador to Zimbabwe Ms Barbara Van Hellemond yesterday heaped praises on President Mnangagwa’s commitment to reforms as she described the country as a safe investment destination. At the birth of the Second Republic, President Mnangagwa made it clear that the country was a friend to all and … Read more

Infectious disease down sharply in Switzerland with one exception

Most common infectious diseases fell sharply in Switzerland in 2020, according to recently published data from the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH). However, one rose. Measures put in place to slow the spread of Covid-19 appear to have cut the spread of most common infectious diseases in Switzerland in 2020. The FOPH examined the … Read more