ĐỒNG NAI — A total of 168 households raising fish along the La Ngà River in Đồng Nai Province will move their cages to more suitable places to prevent the fish from dying en masse due to bad weather and low water levels in the river, the Định Quán District People’s Committee said on Thursday. … [Read more...] about Farmers to move fish cages to prevent them from dying
Died for love folk song
Marlene Rivadeneira, an unemployed 53-year-old, is hoping for a miracle to save her 60-year-old sister Isabel, who was taken to the emergency room on Sunday directly from her prison cell where she was serving a five-year sentence over a traffic accident. … [Read more...] about Waiting for news of the dead at the heart of Ecuador’s virus outbreak
It’s now only a matter of time before scientists discover solutions for the pandemic. We're buying time and trying to slow down the spread of virus when scientists can get the testing done and doctors can get the equipment needed. During this wait, the healthcare system can stem the fatality rate and treat patients using ventilators and intensive care units, if they are available. They can only do that if we don’t allow them to become overloaded with new cases. … [Read more...] about It’s not time to let our guards down yet
Legal battles have also ensued over whether guns shops should be closed during the pandemic, and if religious services should be exempt from state orders that ban large gatherings. BBC … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: New York has more cases than any country
The industry does that for two reasons - it saves a fortune in tax, and it means that they don't have to follow American or European labour laws. This allow the companies to recruit cheap workers from developing countries, pay them less, and work them harder. … [Read more...] about Will we ever take cruise holidays again?