Study: Health Workers Experience Higher Mental Pressure After the Covid-19 Pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has not only had an impact on the economy. REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — Pandemic Covid-19 not only has an impact on the economy, but also affects physical and mental health. Scientists recently studied the psychological impact of this pandemic on healthcare workers, outpatients and the general population in parts of South Asia. The […]

China’s Economy ‘Breaked Away’ by Corona Again, RI Can Get Sap

Jakarta – Entering early 2023, China reportedly experienced a spike in Covid-19 cases shortly after easing the policy of restrictive rules. It is known, on December 7, 2022 China relaxed the Covid-19 restriction rules in the hope that its economy could be boosted. However, after the policy was relaxed, several cities that had struggled with […]

Sad! This 104-year-old Authentic Dim Sum Restaurant is Finally Closed

Hong Kong – The story of the closing of the legendary restaurant is always in the spotlight. Recently, an authentic dim sum restaurant in Hong Kong called Lin Heung Tea House will be permanently closed after 104 years of operation! The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has been great for various sectors, including the food […]

Due to the pandemic, 1.7 million babies in Indonesia have not been immunized – Minister of Health Budi Gunadi Sadikin invites all parents to provide immunizations for their children. During the Covid-19 pandemic, according to him, the coverage of complete basic immunization for infants dropped dramatically, resulting in an immunity gap. According to Minister of Health Budi, if this immunity gap is not immediately pursued, there will […]

New Research Omicron BA.5: There is a Risk of Severe Symptoms!

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – A recent study revealed the fact that the Omicron BA.5 subvariant is more likely to trigger reinfection, than the Omicron BA.2 subvariant that dominated during the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic wave some time ago. Research from Portugal showed, 10% of BA.5 cases were reinfected patients. Meanwhile, in BA.2 cases, reinfection […]

World Hepatitis Day, What’s the History?

JAKARTA, – The world community commemorates the Day Hepatitis Worldwide on July 28 every year. Launch the official page WHO, July 28 was chosen because it is the birthday of Baruch Blumberg, the discoverer of the hepatitis B virus or HBV. Blumberg is the man who developed the diagnostic test and vaccine for the […]

Rarely Realized, These Covid-19 Symptoms Appear When Waking Up

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Currently, there is an upward trend in global Covid-19 cases triggered by the Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 subvariants. This indicates that Covid is still around us. These subvariants are known to have low morbidity rates in confirmed positive patients. However, the rapid rate of transmission has health experts worried. Therefore, this […]

‘During the Pandemic, We Changed Countries 5 Times: Australia-Thailand-Bali’

Perth – Ronan O’Connell is a freelance journalist. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Ronan and his family moved 5 times. Check out the following story: Since February 2020 until now, Ronan and his family have lived on the move, from one country to another. His profession as a freelance journalist makes him live traveling around the […]

World Life Expectancy Drops After the Covid-19 Pandemic, This Region Has The Most Drastic Change

AP PHOTO/ALEXANDER ZEMLIANICHENKO Medical workers carry a patient suspected of being infected with the coronavirus at a hospital in Kommunarka, Moscow, Russia, Saturday (26/6/2021).- GENEVA, – World life expectancy down since pandemic Covid-1 hit, with the 2021 average dropping nearly two years lower than in 2019, according to the latest world population report. However, […]

‘Vacation to Japan Now Feels Like North Korea’

Tokyo – Japan it has relaxed its international restrictions. Many tourists have entered, but I’m a bit disappointed with Japan. The land of Sakura provides strict rules for tourist who entered the country. The reason is simple, because they want tourism to get back on track, but are afraid that Covid-19 will spread again. Government […]