An experimental drug, molnupiravir, for severe Covid cuts the risk of hospitalisation or death by about half, according to initial clinical trial results.This potentially adds a new tool to our toolkit in our fighting against covid19.To find out more about this new pill and the study, click the link below:https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-58764440
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
The more understanding governments and their agencies obtain about how airlines operate flights and passenger ticketing systems, the better placed they will be to allow people to travel internationally soon.
Issues include:-International airlines have told BARA the current
method of allocating individual flights a set
number of capped passengers will not work with
the move to home quarantine for approved
-the vaccination status QR
codes for Australians will currently cover only
those vaccinated in Australia, as they are linked
to the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR)
-the processes for both departures and arrivals,
covering passengers and aircrew, will need to be