Ontario, Canada’s most-populous province, has issued an emergency order that provides long-term care homes more flexibility in staffing and recruitment, bypassing collective bargaining agreements that limit who can be hired and the use of volunteers, and redeployed inspectors to provide additional help. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus takes deadly toll on Canada’s nursing homes
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In the first two months, its exports have expanded by 8%, FDI inflows amounted to US$2.5 billion and retail sales were up by 5.4%, the bank said, noting that while prospects remain favorable for the Vietnamese economy in the medium term, GDP growth will be affected negatively by the recent coronavirus outbreak, now a global pandemic. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 7
News of a February study in China about the use of chloroquine for the coronavirus had already sparked lively debate in Lagos, so people began stocking up. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus and chloroquine: Is there evidence it works?
The ‘rescue package’ is different from all ‘rescue packages’ that the Government has done before. I think they are very good and timely policies to support the enterprises. We do not trade economic interests for life and the safety of the people. It is very true. But it does not mean that there is absolutely no economic development in the current context. We have to take every opportunity to maintain and develop the economy, in which the State’s role of ‘midwife’ is very important now. … [Read more...] about Solutions needed to support COVID-19-affected labourers
Vietnam’s government has reacted to the pandemic early and fiercely. Schools were closed, events were cancelled, the population was reminded to be careful, and now, borders were closed and entry to the country has been restricted. Nevertheless, nowhere in Vietnam was any sign of a similar panic to what can be seen now in the increasingly hectic European Union. After the danger had initially seemed to be ignored in the West, headlessness is now apparent. Moreover, thanks to the starving European Central Bank’s (ECB) policy of recent years, essential monetary policy instruments are now missing in the EU. This is different in Vietnam, as we shall see. … [Read more...] about Coping with the outbreak in the Vietnamese way – a role model?