Public Health Agency of Canada says 3 scientists in good health and at low risk of contracting virus.
Canada is sending a charter plane to repatriate scientists who have been operating the country’s mobile Ebola laboratory in Sierra Leone.
Ebola outbreak: it’s not the virus but Africa that’s changed Ebola virus genome . . . → Read More: Ebola crisis: Canda sends plane to Sierra Leone to repatriate scientists
The first British citizen to contract the Ebola virus has arrived at a London hospital for treatment.
The unidentified male health care worker contracted the virus in Sierra Leone.
He was evacuated from the West African country Sunday and flown in a specially equipped military aircraft to a British . . . → Read More: Ebola reaches London Hospital as a patient arrives
The proportion of pupils getting at least grade C in English fell markedly on Thursday as 500,000 pupils received their results for the first time since Michael Gove overhauled GCSEs to make them more rigorous.
Overall the pass rate in English fell by almost two percentage points – from 63.6% in 2013 to 61.7% – but some schools saw their success . . . → Read More: Why are teachers and students upset with their GCSE grades?
With the announcement of the Intermediate pre-engineering results on Thursday, The Board of Intermediate Education, Karachi (BIEK) has revoked affiliation of four more private colleges that have failed to improve on their ‘zero per cent’ results over the last four years.
The colleges are Clifton High . . . → Read More: Education board revokes affiliation of 4 more sub-standard private colleges
Addressing a news conference on government’s one-year performance on 6th August, 2014, Finance Minister was highly selective in dishing out figures to show that the economy has made a steady progress during the tenure of the present dispensation. According to him, privatisation process was moving forward in a transparent manner and tax and power sector . . . → Read More: How long will Ishaq Dar lie to the nation
Canada says it will donate up to 1,000 doses of an experimental Ebola vaccine to help battle the disease’s outbreak in West Africa.
It comes after the World Health Organization said it was ethical to use untested drugs on Ebola patients.
However, experts say supplies of both the vaccine, and experimental drug . . . → Read More: Canada to donate 1,000 doses of experimental Ebola vaccine to curb the growth of the virus in West Africa