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How fashion retail is coping

Fashion has been classified as nonessential during the pandemic, so fashion retailers face the spectre of closed store the past four months.

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Sensible cooking tips

During the lockdown, there is a flurry of online cooking videos on various social media platforms. Home-stranded people have turned to discovering their culinary skills by experimenting on kitchen recipes. It’s important to keep in mind crucial guidelines on conserving energy and avoiding food waste.

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How should I clean and store my face mask?

Cloth face masks worn during the coronavirus pandemic should be washed regularly, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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How the virus discriminates

After COVID-19 first appeared in China late last year, doctors realized what made some patients more vulnerable to the virus than others: age, gender and underlying health problems all played a part.

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Church await government decision on celebrating Masses

The country’s Catholic Church hierarchy eagerly await government’s permission to conduct religious activities in areas covered by the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) and the general community quarantine (GCQ) protocols.

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Effective homeschooling during quarantine

The COVID-19 pandemic has seriously affected global public health with countries following World Health Organization (WHO) advice on observing physical distancing rules to prevent virus transmission.

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Collective effort will defeat COVID-19 – Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II thanked healthcare workers on the frontline of the fight against the coronavirus outbreak, promising a united effort would help defeat the disease.

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Why it takes time to produce a Covid-19 vaccine

By DR. EDUARDO GONZALES Despite the mass quarantine, lockdowns, and social distancing rules that most governments have adopted in stemming the COVID-19 pandemic, don’t expect the disease to go away anytime soon. These extremely costly measures will hopefully slow down the spread of the disease to levels that our health care delivery systems can cope with and buy time for …

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Tips for working, studying at home

Telecommuting – today’s buzzword for studying or working from home – can benefit a lot of families: flexible work schedule, no strenuous daily commute, increased productivity and improved work-life balance. Technology and the internet has made telecommuting a lot easier with various apps and websites available.

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Learning to play a musical instrument online

Learning to play a musical instrument is very rewarding. Through music, kids and adults learn discipline and coordination, express creativity and find a healthy way to manage stress.

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