"Shincheonji contributed significantly to the sharp rise in the number of patients in Korea," Won Suk-choi of the division of infectious diseases at the Korea University College of Medicine, told the BBC, but he also warns that "the situation Korea is currently experiencing can happen anywhere in the world". … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Why did infections shoot up South Korea?
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Joint Environment Monitoring of Mekong Mainstream Hydropower Projects (JEM) aims to "systematically collect, generate and share reliable and scientific data and information through a standardized basin wide joint environmental monitoring program on site-specific issues that have cross-national implications," said Dr. So Nam, chief environmental management officer at MRC. … [Read more...] about Mekong pilot program to monitor impact of Lao dams on lower basin
They found themselves surrounded in difficulties last year as world supply saw strong increase that brought down both prices and demand in major markets. Besides, the US-China trade conflict also wreaked havoc on the shrimp sector. However, a brighter future is coming from the horizon to them this year thanks to a multitude of robust market signs. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES FEB. 25
Traders monitor stock prices at a securities firm. Bank stocks drove up investor sentiment on February 25 - PHOTO: THANH NIEN HCMC – The local stock market closed on an upbeat note today, February 25, with bank stocks driving up investor sentiment and leading to stocks in other sectors to rally. … [Read more...] about Bank stocks buoy investor sentiment
Legal limbo pushes transgender people to unsafe medical services Transgender people in Vietnam have struggled to access hormone treatment, psychological consulting and sex reassignment surgery due to lack of a transgender law, despite one being discussed four years ago. … [Read more...] about Performance of Vietnamese entrants at transgender pageants through years