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Japan develops glowing masks to detect coronavirus

Scientists in Japan have developed masks that “can trace coronavirus” after being exposed to ultraviolet light (UV). A team of scientists at Kyoto Prefectural University in western Japan developed the masks using antibodies extracted from ostrich eggs, Kyodo News reported on Wednesday. Led by the university president Yasuhiro Tsukamoto, 52, the team believes the masks […]

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Telehealth continues to be on-demand, evolve post-pandemic

Telehealth will continue to be on-demand and evolve even after the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic, executives of corporate venture builder 917Ventures and telehealth service KonsultaMD said on Wednesday. “I’m not saying telehealth will replace face-to-face consultations, but the habit of using it as a first touchpoint will remain,” KonsultaMD chief executive officer Cholo Tagaysay […]

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Philippines to focus on food safety amid pandemic

Food safety is among the Department of Science and Technology’s (DOST) priorities amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic, Secretary Fortunato de la Peña said. “With the pandemic that caught almost everyone unprepared, access to food became a preoccupation, and many started to produce their own food such as (through) urban gardening and came up […]

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Philippine agency says fitness centers are part of essential sectors

Fitness clubs and centers should be part of essential sectors that are allowed to operate under Alert Level 4, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary Ramon Lopez said. During the Palace briefing Monday, Lopez said the gym operators have appealed to the government to consider their sector as part of essential business activity. “From […]

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Locally produced medicine to lower prices in Phippines

The Philippine government is pushing for policies that will attract pharmaceutical firms to set up their facilities here that will boost the country’s capacity to manufacture generic medicines, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary Ramon Lopez said. In a webinar Wednesday, Lopez said the administration is pushing for measures to provide greater access to […]

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