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WHO Announces First Clinical Definition of Long COVID

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday (9/10) announced that it had established and released the first standard clinical definition of the symptoms commonly known as “long COVID”. This is done to improve treatment for the sufferer. Speaking virtually to reporters from WHO headquarters in Geneva, WHO Head of Clinical …

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Manga’s Popularity in France Soars

There was an unusual sight at the National Library of France, earlier this October. A giant manga cover is seen on display at the front of the building where many centuries-old manuscripts and other classic literary works are kept, The library has agreed to host the first chapter of the …

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Tanzanian writer in UK Wins Nobel Prize in Literature

UK-based Tanzanian author Abdulrazak Gurnah, whose experiences across continents and cultures have led him to write a novel about the impact of migration on individuals and society, won the Nobel Prize in Literature Thursday (7/10). The Swedish Academy said the award was in recognition of its “uncompromising and compassionate attitude …

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Mixed Lectures to Open Soon, Campus Ensures Cluster Prevention

FLY — The central government’s push for universities to immediately open offline classes was followed up with various preparations. Even though conditions are better, the lecture atmosphere is like before the pandemic, it seems that it will take time to be brought back. In Yogyakarta, for example, according to a …

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Counterfeit Drug Circulation Kills American Ghosts

Americans warned to be on the lookout for counterfeit prescription tablets suspected of containing strong opioids fentanyl and stimulants methamphetamine. The circulation of counterfeit tablets is associated with a number of deaths from consumers who are not aware of the dangers. In a warning issued for the first time in …

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