Surprisingly, the COVID crisis has had a positive effect on education. It has forced us to rethink teaching methodologies and search for innovative ways to improve the quality and relevance of the education provided in schools and bring it up-to-date with modern technology tools.
Israel offers some well proven and innovative educational technologies that are applicable to schools’ colleges and vocational institutes. These unique learning technologies equip students with a set of skills and knowledge that help them to best fulfill their own innate potential and cope successfully with industrial changes and the disruption of Covid 19. For more: https://israeltrade.org.au/2021/10/08/israeli-education-technologies-redefining-education-in-the-covid-era/
BioNTech, which co-developed a revolutionary mRNA covid-19 vaccine in partnership with Pfizer, hopes to revolutionise another area of pharmaceuticals: vaccine manufacturing. It is developing vaccine factories to sit inside a series of standard metal shipping containers, which it plans to send to parts of the world that lack their own vaccine-manufacturing capabilities-notably Africa.
Each facility, BioNTech says, will be able to produce up to 60m doses of covid vaccines and other vaccines each year, and will cost "significantly less" than conventional factories. If so, this could be the future of drugmaking.
"The safest situation, especially for prolonged contact in crowded
settings, is when everyone is wearing well-fitting N95 respirators."
"Now it’s understood the virus is airborne. Virus-laden particles
build up in the air over time indoors because of breathing and speaking.
"It’s time to rethink and upgrade masks for you and your family."
Here are excellent explainers on why we need to think differently about
masks in response to Omicrom from:> The Conversation > https://bit.ly/3qQy8lr> The ABC > https://ab.co/3nQ8xr4And more about re-use of N95s - https://lnkd.in/ggycyNT7