healthcare in the East

Israel tightens coronavirus lockdown

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s cabinet decided to tighten the coronavirus lockdown. Israel went back into lockdown, its second during the pandemic, on Sept. 18. But over the past week, the number of daily new …

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Kazakhstan reports 79 new COVID-19 cases

Doctors in Kazakhstan recorded 79 new coronavirus cases in the past day, and the total case tally reached 107,450, the government’s anti-coronavirus commission said. "Some 79 new cases of the coronavirus infection were …

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Third wave of COVID-19 begins in Iran

A third wave of COVID-19, a disease caused by the novel coronavirus, has begun on the territory of the Tehran province in Iran, head of Iran’s national anti-coronavirus task force Alireza Zali said. "Statistical data …

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Iran begins new school year amid pandemic

The educational process, interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic seven months ago, has restarted in schools and universities in Iran, the Associated Press reports. "Education in our country will not be interrupted even in the …

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Kazakhstan reports 88 new COVID-19 cases

Doctors in Kazakhstan recorded 88 new coronavirus cases in the past day, and the total case tally reached 106,032, the government’s anti-coronavirus commission said. "Some 88 new cases of the coronavirus infection were …

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Kazakhstan’s COVID-19 cases nearing 106,000

Doctors in Kazakhstan recorded 72 new coronavirus cases in the past day, nine more than a day earlier, and the total caseload reached 105,944, the government’s anti-coronavirus commission reported. "Some 72 new cases of …

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Kazakhstan reports 77 new COVID-19 cases

Doctors in Kazakhstan recorded 77 new coronavirus cases in the past day, and the total case tally reached 105,872, the government’s anti-coronavirus commission said. "Some 77 new cases of the coronavirus infection were …

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Daytime napping could be dangerous

Many believe that lying down for a snooze is a harmless activity. But scientists show that drifting off for more than one hour could be risky. The study is presented at ESC Congress 2020. "Daytime napping is common all over …

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Kazakhstan reports 168 new COVID-19 cases

Doctors in Kazakhstan recorded 168 new coronavirus cases in the past day, and the total case tally reached 105,243, the government’s anti-coronavirus commission said. "Some 173 new cases of the coronavirus infection were …

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Not a single coronavirus case remains in Beijing

The last two coronavirus patients in the Chinese capital have been discharged from the hospital, the city’s medical facilities do not have a single coronavirus case left for the first time since the pandemic began, the Beijing healthcare …

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Kazakhstan reports 173 new COVID-19 cases

Doctors in Kazakhstan recorded 173 new coronavirus cases in the past day, and the total case tally reached 105,075, the government’s anti-coronavirus commission said on Wednesday. "Some 173 new cases of the coronavirus …

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Kazakhstan’s COVID-19 cases nearing 105,000

Doctors in Kazakhstan recorded 184 new coronavirus cases in the past day, nine more than a day earlier, and the total caseload reached 104,902, the government’s anti-coronavirus commission reported on Tuesday. "Some 184 …

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Kazakhstan’s COVID-19 cases surpass 103,800

Another 244 coronavirus cases were recorded in Kazakhstan in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of infected people to 103,815, the government’s anti-coronavirus commission reported on Thursday. "Another 244 …

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Kazakhstan reports 271 new COVID-19 cases

Kazakhstan confirmed 271 new COVID-19 cases and the total case tally reached 103,571, the interdepartmental commission for the prevention of COVID-19 said. "As many as 271 coronavirus patients were identified in the past day, …

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Kazakhstan reports 267 new COVID-19 cases

Kazakhstan confirmed 267 new COVID-19 cases and the total case tally reached 103,300, the interdepartmental commission for the prevention of COVID-19 said. "As many as 267 coronavirus patients were identified in the past day, …

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Kazakhstan gradually eases quarantine measures

Most parts of Kazakhstan begin to ease their second coronavirus lockdown from Aug. 17 but would keep in place some strict measures such as weekend lockdowns, TengriNews reported on Monday. Shopping centers, retail chains, beauty …

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