By Press Trust of India on May 17, 2020 Delhi government receives 5,000 PPE kits from BMW India Foundation WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals News BMW India FoundationDelhiPPE kitsSatyendar Jain Share Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” The PPE kits will help to fight against COVID-19The Delhi government has received 5,000 personal protection equipment (PPE) kits donated by a foundation for use in city hospitals, Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Saturday.“Received 5000 PPE kits donated by BMW India Foundation to Delhi hospitals. These kits will greatly help in our fight against COVID-19. Thank you @bmwindia for supporting us in these challenging times,” Jain tweeted. Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Comments (0) Related Posts The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Read Article Add Comment
The Merriam city council on Monday generally agreed on the wording of a nondiscrimination ordinance which would provide legal protections for LGBTQ residents and employees. The council heard the first reading of the ordinance, which was drafted by city attorney Nicole Proulx Aiken, during its meeting Monday. The ordinance will come back to the council for consideration at a date yet to be determined.Register to continue
The delegation included members of UBIFRANCE, a French government organisation that comes under the aegis of the secretary of state in charge of foreign trade; representatives of the French Embassy in Russia; and senior executives from French aerospace corporations. The group was hosted by members of Volga-Dnepr Airlines’ senior management team, who provided a presentation on the airline and its range of transportation and logistics services before inviting the airline’s guests to tour its flight operations and training centres. The tour was completed by a visit to the airline’s maintenance department at Ulyanovsk-Vostochny Airport, where technical staff shared their knowledge of the AN-124, highlighting its technical characteristics and bespoke loading equipment used for heavy and outsize cargo deliveries. Both parties expressed their hope to cooperate in the future.www.volga-dnepr.com www.ubifrance.com
Anne Marie Fox/HBO(NEW YORK) — On Sunday night’s return of the hit HBO series Insecure, one of the show’s central characters will be noticeably absent. Jay Ellis, who’s played Lawrence Walker and Issa Rae’s boyfriend on the series, will not be returning for season three.Ellis tells ABC Radio that after last season, there really wasn’t much to his character’s story.“At the end of season two we see Lawrence and Issa come full circle and have closure and say goodbye to each other,” he says. “And so from there, I don’t know what Lawrence’s story is. I wish I did. I wish I had something better for you.”While Ellis has accepted his departure on the show, his exit does come with some drawbacks. Last month, fans of the show launched a petition at WhereIsLawrence.com for Ellis to return to the series. The link includes a sign-up form for a Care2 petition that at last check was just a few dozen signatures shy of its 11,000 signature goal.Ellis, however, seems unaffected by the attention. Instead, he offers his hopes for his character’s journey, regardless of where it is.“Wherever he goes in life or whatever he ends up doing in life, I hope he finds happiness,” Ellis says. “I hope that that was a moment for him where he actually really learned something and is able to use it to grow. And he’s going to stumble, I’m sure — but hopefully he uses it to grow.” Insecure returns Sunday at 10:30 p.m. ET on HBO.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.