“Prostitution does not carry a greater risk of infection than other close-to-body services, like massages, cosmetics or even dancing or contact sports,” the association said in a statement. “Hygiene is part of the business in prostitution.” … [Read more...] about Hamburg sex workers demand Germany’s brothels reopen
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Turning face masks into a fashion statement in Africa Cameroon sister designers do their bit Ange Goufack (left) and her sister Edmonde Kennang (right) have been producing these colorful face masks in Cameroon, with added plastic across the eyes. Since April 13, the government there has made it mandatory for people to wear face masks in public to slow the spread of the coronavirus. … [Read more...] about COVID-19: Africa’s education dilemma
In response to Ho Chi Minh City’s requests, Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh said that Ho Chi Minh City is home to many ODA-fund projects in Vietnam. Therefore, the slow disbursement of ODA loans in the city will affect the country’s overall disbursement progress. Among them, if we can remove the obstacles for Metro Line 1, it will help increase public investment disbursement in the city. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JULY 13
By Sneha MahaleYou are not alone. As offices reopen, Mirror readers list the precautions they are taking to stay healthy In March, the coronavirus forced us to embrace the WFH culture: think, Zoom meetings in pyjama pants, and watching reruns of favourite TV shows while working on office presentations. But all good things come to an end. With lockdown restrictions being eased across the country, offices are opening up. And while people are excited about returning to normal, they’re also anxious about the hazard it may pose to their health, in the current environment. A survey conducted in May across a wide range of industries by the Best Practice Institute found that only 13 per cent of employees want to return to the office full-time, with many expressing concerns about safety. “Employees are reluctant to resume work because of the fear of getting sick. Several travelled to their hometowns during the lockdown and feel no need to return to the office when they can manage … [Read more...] about SCARED TO RETURN TO WORK?
The statement continued: “We have had the luxury of hindsight and we would like to apologize to those who disagreed with our decision to fulfill our contractual agreement. The Promoter and staff were nothing but professional and assured us of the safety precautions…our intent was simply to perform our gig, outside, in a welcoming, small town.” … [Read more...] about Rock Band Great White Issues Apology After Performing Concert For Mask-less Audience