Representational image

COVID-19 testing / BNPB Indonesia

Indonesia: Hundreds of people refuse getting tested, Fear of isolation being its cause

Indonesian authorities have complained that hundreds of people are refusing to get tested for COVID-19 due to the stigma associated with it. This is proving to be an obstacle in controlling the spread as cases surge. ÔÇ£They are afraid that later if it is discovered they will have to be isolated,ÔÇØ an official said. Moreover, Some villages obstruct having funerals for COVID-19 victims, fearing it would increase the spread.

Wed, 24 Jun 2020 - 02:50 PM / by Masumi Shah

You May Like

Australia-U.S collaborates for missile project.

Australia To Collaborate With US For Developing Hypersonic Missile Project

Australia will soon collaborate with the US to jointly develop hypersonic cruise missiles, informed the Australian Defence Minister Linda Reynolds on December 1. The decision came as Australia eyes to strengthen its military focus from the… read-more

TAGS: U.S.A, Australia, Hypersonic Missile, China, Russia, Indo-Pacific, Military

Representational photo: Hong Kong Civilians

Hong Kong Government Puts Restriction On Public Gatherings Amid New Covid Wave

The Hong Kong government has limited the most of the public gatherings to a maximum of two people, amid the new covid wave. The government mandated the covid test for the workers at the retirement homes including other facilitates. Meetings… read-more

TAGS: Hong Kong, Corona virus, Covid-19, Health, SECOND WAVE

Chinese Spacecraft

China's Chang’e-5 Successfully Touches Down On Moon

China has successfully retrieved lunar surface samples as the Chang’e-5 spacecraft has touched down on the Moon. Named after the mythical Chinese moon goddess, the spacecraft entered the Moon's orbit after a 112-hour journey from Earth and would… read-more

TAGS: moon, moon landing, China, Chang’e-5, Spacecraft

Representational photo: Tesla

Ex-Tesla Employee To pay $400,000 For Leaking Tesla's Secret Reports

For failing to comply with the confidentiality agreements, an ex-Tesla employee Martin Tripp will pay $400,000 to settle his feud. Martin, a technician at Tesla's Nevada-based Gigafactory during 2017-18, had been fired after he had revealed… read-more

TAGS: Tesla, Elon Musk, Model 3s, Giga Factory, Martin Tripp

Vaccine

UK Becomes First Country To Approve COVID-19 Vaccine

Giving a green signal to the Pfizer vaccine on December 2, the UK has become the first country to approve a COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine, which has been developed jointly by Germany based BioNTech SE and Pfizer Inc. will be available in the UK … read-more

TAGS: Coronavirus, United Kingdom, World news, COVID-Vaccine, Pfizer

US Attorney General

Department Of Justice Finds No Voter Fraud: US Attorney General

Releasing an official statement, US Attorney General William Barr said the Department of Justice and Department Of Homeland Security have found nothing that suggests fraud in the US elections. However, the investigation being done is yet to… read-more

TAGS: US President, Donald Trump, Joe BIden, World news