The COVID Symptom Study is pulling together this growing list of the coronavirus symptoms. Since its app launched in March, it has crowdsourced symptoms from more than 3.5 million people in the UK, US and Sweden.
The new settlement covers only workers based in the US. But the unprecedented move could have an impact on content moderators in other parts of the world.
Thought Brexit was over, right? Wrong. Britain did leave the EU at the end of January, but in reality, nothing much has changed. The real deadline is Dec. 31, and negotiations are set to take place until then. There’s just one problem: a pandemic.
Twin attacks in Afghanistan on May 12 have left many in the country in shock and wondering when the bloodshed in their country will end.
African traditional healers aren’t alone in looking to local herbs for treating illnesses.
In East Africa, it's not just a pandemic making life difficult. Heavy rains, an ongoing locust outbreak and the closure of open-air food markets due to COVID-19 all lead to major concerns over food security.
The Baltic countries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are poised to become one of the first blocs to reopen regional travel, thanks to their swift response to the pandemic and measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Yoel Roth, head of site integrity at Twitter, and Nathaniel Gleicher, head of cybersecurity policy at Facebook, have been working together to tackle disinformation during the pandemic.
Some scientists and researchers say that its success in staving off COVID-19 is directly related to its history of fighting zoonotic diseases.
Shanghai’s Disneyland became the first Disney amusement park to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic, sending a strong signal of recovery in Shanghai. But it was not back to normal.