Crude oil futures 3% lower, supply and demand worried | Reuters

Crude oil futures on US time fell about 3%. In addition to weak economic indicators in the United States and China, which are the largest consumers, there are concerns about oversupply due to the increase in production by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). The photo was taken in January 2012 (2021 Reuters / … Read more

In the aftermath of the disappearance of Rafael’s name from the NCO’s chassis, the Regional Police Propam Checks the Pansel

MANADO — The Propam Division of the North Sulawesi Police (North Sulawesi) inspected the Selection Committee (Pansel) for the Integrated Admission of Police Members for the 2021 FY in North Sulawesi. The examination was the result of the sudden disappearance of Rafael Malalangi’s name from the list of Candidates for Students (Casis) of the National … Read more

Yoshihide Suga said that it is safe to host the Olympic Games in Japan’s current situation-Wall Street Journal

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga defended his decision to host the Tokyo Olympics during the COVID-19 pandemic, saying that Japan has far fewer COVID-19 cases than Western countries and is stricter in preventing infections. With critics calling the Olympics a threat to Japan and the world, Yoshihide Suga was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal … Read more

This is How to Overcome Lost Appetite Due to Covid-19

PEKANBARU – In some cases, Covid-19 can cause prolonged symptoms that last for weeks to months after the infection clears. This condition is known as post-Covid-19 syndrome or long covid. Likelihood of experiencing long covid appears to be unrelated to the severity of infection with Covid-19. So, not only patients who are seriously ill, patients … Read more

Impressed similar, here’s how to tell the difference between the common cold and Covid-19

PEKANBARU – Symptoms of the common cold or the common cold are similar to those of Covid-19. A heart and blood vessel specialist from the Indonesian Cardiovascular Specialist Association (PERKI), Vito A Damay, said the similarities were symptoms of a runny nose and stuffy nose. However, he explained that Covid-19 also has fever, cough, uncomfortable … Read more

WHO calls on the West to recognize Chinese COVID-19 vaccines | Life and Family

FILE – In a Wednesday, Feb.17, 2021, file photo, three doses of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine are displayed at a coronavirus vaccination center at the “Velodrome” in Berlin, Germany. Michael’s son Associated Press GENEVA (AP) – Any vaccine against COVID-19 that the World Health Organization (WHO) authorizes for emergency use must be recognized by countries once … Read more

The Man Who Died in Dumai Turns Out To Be Pounced On By More Than One Sumatran Tiger

PEKANBARU – Samino (53), a man who was found in a pathetic condition in the Production Forest area of ​​PT. Suntara Gajapati, in Dumai, Riau, is suspected to have been attacked by more than one Sumatran tiger. Based on the findings of the Riau BBKSDA Team, at the location where Samino’s body was found, it … Read more

Before Nike terminated its contract with Neymar last year, it was investigating an employee’s allegations of Neymar’s sexual assault-The Wall Street Journal

According to information disclosed by people familiar with the situation and documents seen by The Wall Street Journal, Nike Inc. (NKE) began investigating an allegation of sexual assault by a Brazilian athlete Neymar by an employee of the company. Later, he parted ways with the football superstar last year. Neymar is one of the most … Read more

Trump to Announce Deal With Abbott Laboratories for 150 Million Rapid Covid-19 Tests

President Trump is expected to announce a $750 million deal to buy 150 million rapid Covid-19 tests from Abbott Laboratories, a White House official said, a move that would substantially expand the nation’s capacity for rapid testing. The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday granted emergency-use authorization to the company for a $5 rapid-response Covid-19 … Read more

WHO Says 172 Countries Commit to Global COVID-19 Vaccine Plan

Illustrative Monday photo of a man holding a child on a street in Seoul. Aug 24, 2020. REUTERS / Kim Hong-Ji GENEVA / LONDON, Aug 24 (Reuters) – Some 172 countries have committed to the COVAX plan led by the World Health Organization (WHO), which seeks to ensure equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines, the institution … Read more