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WHO expects “limited” doses of Covid-19 vaccine in early 2021

"This is not the time for complacency," warned Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general of the World Health Organization.

Protest by restaurant, commerce and hospitality entrepreneurs results in clashes with police

The demonstration organized by the Bread and Water Movement, on Avenida dos Aliado, generated clashes with police authorities. The mayor of Porto, Rui Moreira, had been at the place, where he said he would support peaceful protests.

Arrivals of tourists in 2020 will drop 50% globally with the pandemic

The study indicates that in the worst of the four scenarios analyzed, tourist arrivals will fall 60% this year, while in the most optimistic, which includes less restrictions and a vaccine in 2021, the decrease will be 50%.

Australian banks say they have a lot of money

"There is all that liquidity flowing and I don't have much productive use for it, because people don't want it," says Shayne Elliott, CEO of ANZ Bank.

French minister says hospitals will feel the impact of accelerated infections in two weeks

Two weeks ago, France was registering about 20 thousand new infections daily, with about 20 people entering intensive care units per day. This Friday 122 people were admitted to the intensive care units.

PwC Study: Partnerships are the safest way to generate quick revenue for financial entities

In this way, the partners also win, as they complement their range of products and satisfy more needs of their customers.
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