The clinical tests first started in March to see if the drug is effective in treating patients with COVID-19 and the company had hoped to finish them by June. However, the number of confirmed cases in the country was on a downtrend at that time, making it difficult to meet the enrollment target of 96. … [Read more...] about Japan to complete Avigan drug clinical tests to treat COVID-19 in Sept.
The country on April 14 experienced a nationwide power blackout after floating weeds, measuring about 12 acres (4.86 hectares), affected the Nalubale power plant in the eastern district of Jinja. Enditem … [Read more...] about Uganda hit by nationwide power outage
The HKSAR Basic Law does not stipulate for the vacancy of the LegCo due to the election postponement, and the decision of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress demonstrates the rule of law, said Chan Cheuk-hay, the principal of Hong Kong College of Technology. … [Read more...] about Various sectors in Hong Kong welcome China’s top legislature’s HKSAR LegCo vacancy decision
At a time when a record number of recent college graduates are looking for jobs, it has proved to be a highly difficult job-hunting year in China, and the impact of COVID-19 outbreak has made things even tougher. Opportunities, however, are arising from emerging industries such as livestreaming. … [Read more...] about Feature: Livestreaming ushers in new career prospects for fresh graduates in China
The beer festival, scheduled to last for one week, is set to be the first large-scale entertainment and consumption event since the city's lockdown was lifted on April 8, with the aim to stimulate the nighttime economy of the city, said Dai Lichun, director of the commerce bureau of Wuhan's Dongxihu District, at a press conference. … [Read more...] about Wuhan to hold beer festival, stimulate nighttime economy