Day: 13 January 2022

Covid-19 Updates English News Updates

Status update of Covid-19 cases worldwide

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Here we provide a daily update of the data available for select countries and jurisdictions as of January 13, 2022, at 4:30 pm EST.

On Thursday, health officials in Italy logged 184,615 new infections, pushing the total number of confirmed positive cases passed 8.1 million. Of the cumulative total number of cases, 69.8% are considered recovered. In the last 24-hours, authorities have reported 316 Covid-related deaths for a total of 140,188 fatalities attributable to Covid-19.

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Canada Covid-19 Updates English Featured News Updates Quebec

Thousands sign up for 1st dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Quebec

TORONTO – It is nice to be an anti vaxxer, until they touch your wallet. It is a real boom in first doses of vaccine in Quebec two days after the announcement by Prime Minister Francois Legault on the provincial government’s intention to impose a financial penalty in the form of a “health tax” for Quebec adults who are unvaccinated and are not in possession of a valid medical exemption. 

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Canada Economy Education Matters English Featured Immigration

The pandemic’s impact on immigration and international students

Immigration is the key to economic growth in Canada. With the nation’s fertility rate on a steady decline, the Canadian government maintains that immigration is key to replenishing the population. It estimates that 75% of the country’s population growth is attributable to immigration.

Part of that growth is generated through international students. According to a Statistics Canada report (June 2021), about six in ten first-time study permit holders who worked throughout their duration of study or post graduation become permanent residents.

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Bengali Health & Medicine News Updates Science World News

মানবদেহে শূকরের হৃদপিন্ড প্রতিস্থাপনের অগ্রদূত পাকিস্তানি বংশোদ্ভূত সার্জন

সম্প্রতি যুক্তরাষ্ট্রে মানবদেহে শূকরের হৃদপিন্ড প্রতিস্থাপনের ক্ষেত্রে সর্বপ্রথম বিশ্বে যে বিজ্ঞানী অভূতপূর্ব সাফল্য দেখিয়েছেন, তিনি পাকিস্তানে জন্মগ্রহণকারী করাচীর ডও মেডিক্যাল কলেজের এমবিবিএস ডাক্তার মুহাম্মদ মনসুর মহিউদ্দিন। একই সঙ্গে তিনি ইউনিভার্সিটি অব মেরিল্যান্ডের স্কুল অব মেডিসিনের কার্ডিয়াক জেনোট্রান্সপ্ল্যান্টেশন কার্যক্রমেরও সহ-প্রতিষ্ঠাতা পরিচালক।  

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English Featured Health & Medicine Science World News

Pakistani-born surgeon leads pig heart transplant in human

The scientist behind the recent landmark success story in the world of first transplanting the pig heart into human in the United States is Dr. Muhammad Mansoor Mohiuddin, a Pakistani-born MBBS doctor of Dow Medical College of Karachi as well as co-founding director of the Cardiac Xenotransplantation Program at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. 

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Arts & Culture Canada Culture History Immigration Italian

Quella radio senza ’voce’ in terra straniera

Prosegue sul Corriere Canadese la pubblicazione degli articoli dedicati all’immigrazione italiana in Canada, che prendono spunto dalla storia degli oggetti che gli emigrati hanno portato con sé nel viaggio dal Belpaese alla nuova terra. L’iniziativa rientra nel progetto “Narrarsi altrove, viaggio tra i cimeli e i luoghi dell’anima” della poetessa Anna Ciardullo Villapiana e docente Stella Paola con la collaborazione di Gabriel Niccoli, professore emerito dell’Università di Waterloo… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

Canada Covid-19 Updates Italian News Updates Quebec

Tassa per i no vax: canadesi favorevoli, le Province frenano

TORONTO – Una tassa aggiuntiva per i non vaccinati che non sono in possesso di una valida esenzione medica. La proposta, lanciata martedì in Quebec dal premier Francois Legault, è la prima di questo genere non solo in Canada, ma in tutto il Nord America. In Europa, invece, misure di questo tipo sono già state adottate in molti Paesi per cercare di frenare il contagio di Omicron spingendo sempre più persone a vaccinarsi… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

Canada Covid-19 Updates Italian News Updates Ontario Quebec

Ontario: 46 morti e 505 in terapia intensiva

TORONTO – 46 morti e 505 persone ricoverate in terapia intensiva per il Covid-19: numeri che fanno paura, quelli di ieri in Ontario dove adesso i pazienti positivi negli ospedali sono 3.448, oltre 200 in più rispetto a 24 ore prima. È vero che, come già riferito ieri dai funzionari sanitari provinciali, il 54% dei ricoveri riguarda persone finite in ospedale principalmente per il Covid-19 mentre il restante 46% è stato ricoverato per altri motivi ed è poi risultato positivo al virus, ma nelle terapie intensive l’83% dei pazienti è lì per il virus e solo il 17% è risultato positivo dopo essere finito in ICU per altre patologie… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 


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