(STL.News) Before the pandemic, the number of people in poverty had been steadily falling for years. Now it is rising again for the first time since 1998. That is because all around the world most people cannot go to work, and many have been laid off. And that is particularly difficult for people in poor countries and for migrant workers. King’s College London estimates that the number of extremely poor people globally could increase by 420 million over the next several months.
(STL.News) The Serum Institute of India (SII) on Sunday became the first indigenous company to apply to the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) seeking emergency use authorization for the Oxford COVID-19 vaccine ‘Covishield’ in […]
Freeport-McMoRan Announces Revised Operating Plans in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and Reports First-Quarter 2020 Results Highlights of Revised Operating Plans: $1.3 billion reduction (~18 percent) in 2020 estimated operating costs $800 million reduction (~30 […]
(STL.News) “The third wave of COVID-19 outbreaks is increasingly in full swing,” Health Minister Park Neung-hoo told a briefing. YouTube video provided courtesy of WION News STL.News References: YouTube Post Views: 67