Although domestic violence is not unique to the Arab world, it appears especially dire due to patriarchal notions of women’s roles, especially at home. Lebanese social worker Rania Suleiman said women face additional pressure as a result of tight-knit family structures and multigenerational living conditions in confined spaces.
The Health Ministry on Tuesday announced that there were 5,591 confirmed cases of the virus. 91 were in serious condition, of which 74 were attached to ventilators. Twenty Israelis have died from the virus, including a 49-year-old mother to four-year-old twins. 225 people have recovered from the virus.
“We want our country back. We’re not going to be wearing masks forever,” Donald Trump said this week when asked whether his administration would consider calling on Americans to wear masks en masse as the coronavirus pandemic ravages the nation, signaling that he wasn’t exactly comfortable with the idea.
China-India relations are standing at a new starting point and facing new opportunities, President Xi Jinping said in a congratulatory message to Indian President Ram Nath Kovind on the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations on Wednesday.
‘But it can’t be at the expense of social distancing. The most important thing for people to do is to stay at home. The final point I’d make is if you’re going to wear a face covering, you still don’t need an N-95 mask and if you take one, you may be taking it out of […]
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“Guidance needs to change and needs to be clear that these nonmedical, nonsurgical masks are beneficial to the general public and should be worn when outside of the home,” Robert Hecht, a professor of epidemiology at the Yale University School of Public Health, said in an article published Monday on politico.com.
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