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New, serious COVID cases at record high in S Korea amid new variant woes

Malaysian National News Agency 03 Dec 2021
SEOUL, Dec 2 -- South Korea's new COVID-19 cases and the number of critically ill patients hit record high Thursday, heightening concerns over medical capacity amid the spread of the coronavirus and continued surge in critical cases. South Korea reported 5,266 new COVID-19 ...
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DEXLEVO's Liquid Polymer Filler Raises KRW 26 Billion in Pre-IPO Funding

Ellensburg Daily Record 03 Dec 2021
SEOUL, South Korea--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 3, 2021--. DEXLEVO has completed its pre-IPO funding of KRW 26 billion ... GOURI) in May of this year ... This press release features multimedia ... (Graphic. Business Wire) ... EUROPE SOUTH KOREA ASIA PACIFIC ... SURGERY MEDICAL DEVICES FINANCE FITNESS & NUTRITION PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OTHER HEALTH HEALTH COSMETICS RETAIL.
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US, South Korea defense chiefs discuss boosting alliance

The Bismarck Tribune 02 Dec 2021
Last month, a U.S.-sponsored show of alliance with South Korea and Japan stumbled after American diplomats couldn’t convince their Asian allies to share a news conference stage following their meeting in Washington due to what Seoul called a dispute over islets claimed by both South Korea and Japan.
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Coronavirus: New infections, critical cases hit record highs

Korea Times 02 Dec 2021
South Korea's new coronavirus cases and the number of critically ill patients hit record highs Thursday, heightening concerns over medical capacity amid the spread of COVID-19 and continued surge in critical cases. South Korea reported 5,266 new COVID-19 cases, including 5,242 ...
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As Australians Seek Compensation for Vaccine Injuries Under New Plan, Here’s a Look at COVID ...

Children's Health Defense 02 Dec 2021
As originally conceived, compensation through the program was available to people who incurred A$5,000 or more in vaccine injury-related medical costs ... In China and South Korea, there are two separate programs, covering those vaccines in each country’s national immunization program (NIP) and those not included in the respective country’s NIP.
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US, SKorea to bolster alliance at talks but questions remain

The Bismarck Tribune 01 Dec 2021
It’s not desirable for the South Korea-Japan history issue and other problems to work as obstacles" in South Korea's national security, said Moon Seong Mook, a retired South Korean army general and analyst at the Korea Research Institute for National Strategy ... with South Korea.
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Rays land Raley for $10M, trade Wendle to Marlins, sign Choi

The Bismarck Tribune 01 Dec 2021
He appeared in 14 games from 2012-13 with the Chicago Cubs and spent 2015-19 in South Korea before returning to the majors in 2020 ... North Dakota medical board disciplines 11 doctors this year, including Bismarck man North Dakota lawmaker puts downtown Bismarck bars up for sale Man ...
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Improvement In The Healthcare Facilities And Rapid Technological Advancement To Spur The Growth Of The Equine Surgical Equipment Market

Pharmiweb 01 Dec 2021
Fact MR Analysis of Equine Surgical Equipment Market provides compelling insights into the factors propelling sales prospects in key segments ... Driven by higher investment in innovation, the U.S ... Investment towards healthcare sector expansion and focus on medical tourism will make China, Japan, and South Korea key markets within East Asia ...   ... Tel ... .
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Growing Demand for Inflammatory Skin Diseases Treatment to Bolster Global Market Revenue Growth: Report Fact.MR

Pharmiweb 01 Dec 2021
Fact MR Analysis of Inflammatory Skin Diseases Treatment Market  provides compelling insights into the factors propelling sales prospects in key segments ... Investment towards healthcare sector expansion and focus on medical tourism will make China, Japan, and South Korea key markets within East Asia.   ...   ...   ...   ...   ... Tel ... .
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Robot nurse Grace will care for patients

Shenzhen Daily 30 Nov 2021
Hospital staff members around the world have faced overwhelming workloads during the COVID-19 pandemic ... Hanson Robotics envisions Grace as a way to support overloaded medical staff as well as elderly patients and those isolated by COVID-19 ... Grace will be fully deployed next year in medical facilities in China, Japan and South Korea ... (SD-Agencies). .
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U.S. presses Canada to make good on promised 200-soldier peacekeeping force

CTV 30 Nov 2021
The United States is pressing Canada to commit medical units and drones to United Nations missions at a peacekeeping summit in South Korea next week, and to come up with a 200-strong force first promised four years ago ... .
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WHO says global risk from omicron variant is ‘very high’

Belfast Telegraph 29 Nov 2021
A medical worker wears plastic gloves at a temporary screening clinic for the coronavirus in Seoul, South Korea (Lee Jin-man/AP) ... clinic for the coronavirus in Seoul, South Korea (Lee Jin-man/AP).
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Global Cardiovascular Medical Lasers Markets Analysis & Forecast Report 2021 Featuring Boston Scientific, Cardiovascular Systems, ...

Eagle-Tribune 29 Nov 2021
South Korea Cardiovascular Medical Lasers Market ... South Korea Cardiovascular Medical Lasers Market, Segmentation by Type, Historic and Forecast, 2015-2020, 2020-2025F, 2030F, $ Billion ... South Korea Cardiovascular Medical Lasers Market, Segmentation by Application, Historic and Forecast, 2015-2020, 2020-2025F, 2030F, $ Billion.
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US Presses Canada to Make Good on Promised 200 Soldier Peacekeeping Force

The Epoch Times 29 Nov 2021
OTTAWA—The United States is pressing Canada to commit medical units and drones to United Nations missions at a peacekeeping summit in South Korea next week, and to come up with a ...
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Countries edge closer to draft treaty to deal with new pandemics

Stars and Stripes 29 Nov 2021
Countries edged closer to support the idea of a treaty to help avoid future pandemics as more cases of the new omicron strain of COVID-19 popped up around the world ... But last week, health ministers from 32 nations including Germany, the U.K., South Korea and Turkey signed an article in the BMJ medical journal in favor of a legally binding agreement.

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