• Why COVID strengthens the case for abolishing stamp duty

    2 days ago - By Sydney Morning Herald

    The pandemic and lockdowns have made people think about their ideal home but the cost of stamp duty is stopping many from moving.
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  • COVID-19 crisis in India: We can't be silent spectators

    COVID-19 crisis in India: We can't be silent spectators

    2 days ago - By Healio

    The world has looked on appalled as a humanitarian catastrophe unfolded in India due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    A record 6,148 deaths were reported June 10 due to COVID-19 in India, the highest single day death toll in the world since the beginning of the pandemic. As of July 20, there are more than 31 million cases of COVID-19 in India and more than 400,000 - 414,482, to be precise - people have lost their lives, according to government estimates. There were more than 105,000 deaths in May alone, averaging more than 3,300 deaths every single day throughout May. In other words,
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  • More than 1.8million Britons say they are suffering from 'long Covid', survey finds

    More than 1.8million Britons say they are suffering from 'long Covid', survey finds

    2 days ago - By Daily Mail

    Scientists are not sure exactly how many people are suffering from the condition which sparks symptoms including fatigue. Politicians said the results were 'even worse than feared'.
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  • WHO Chief Says COVID is a Test and World is Failing

    WHO Chief Says COVID is a Test and World is Failing

    2 days ago - By Medindia Health

    Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the World Health Organisation Director General said that the coronavirus pandemic is a test in which the world is failing.
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  • Many ICU staff have experienced mental health conditions in COVID-19 pandemic

    2 days ago - By ScienceDaily

    A high proportion of staff working in intensive care units during the COVID-19 pandemic have experienced mental health conditions, according to a new study.
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