Tourism surge revitalizes French cultural scene: Museums and Monuments thrive in 2023

While the figures fall short of the pre-pandemic peaks, the institution remains determined, setting its sights on maintaining a daily visitor mark of 30,000 throughout 2024

China announces Visa exemption for select nations in bid to restore Post-Pandemic tourism

The exemption period spans from December 1 to November 30 next year, allowing citizens from these nations to enter China for business, tourism, visiting relatives and friends, or transiting for up to 15 days without the need for a visa

China: Lack of Covid measures may result in situation like 2020

The Hong Kong Post reported that China is no longer taking preventive steps to prevent the Covid-19 virus spread, and they are their citizens to move and travel as they wish. This could result in a situation similar to 2020 when the infection spread worldwide from a Wuhan lab

China: Xinjiang fire incident provoked protest against Zero Covid policy

Under President XI Jinping's Zero COVID policy, people are compelled to remain in their houses for roughly three months. A ferocious fire that started in an apartment in Urumqi, Xinjiang, sparked the protest

Over 3,175,000 Belgians received their 2nd booster shot against COVID-19: Reports

The Sciensano Public Health Institute on Friday has made an announcement that over 3,175,000 people in Belgium have received their second booster shot against COVID-19.

COVID-19 cases around Belgium continues to spike: Data

As predicted, Covid-19 is officially sweeping across Belgium, increasing the number of new infections and hospitalisations.

Wallonia: People can go to 22 vaccination centers without appointments from Monday

Two weeks following the launch of its autumn vaccination programme for COVID-19, and the sending of all invitations to the primary target groups- people over 49, immunocompromised persons and health workers- Wallonia will again allow walk-in vaccinations at its centres.

Around 83.3 patients suffering from COVID-19 admitted to hospitals each day in last 7 days: Data

An average of 83.3 patients suffering from coronavirus were admitted to hospitals each day in the last seven days. The following data has been released by the Sciensano Institute of Public Health on Friday morning.

More & more young people under 16-years-old struggles with eating disorder since COVID-19: Reports

More and more number of young people under the age of sixteen have been struggling with eating disorders since the coronavirus crisis.

Hong Kong finally lift mandatory hotel quarantine for travelers from abroad

Hong Kong has finalized to lift the mandatory hotel quarantine for travellers from abroad. The authorities have made this known, finally ending more than two years of international isolation for the world's financial centre.

COVID-19: Belgium logs 4% increase in hospitalizations; but drop in number of deaths, says data

While the number of COVID-19 hospitalisations increasing by 4% between 16 and 22 September, there has been a significant drop in the number of deaths during the same time period.

Vaccination remains best way to curb contracting flu & avoid its potential complications: Reports

Vaccination remains one of the best way to curb the contracting influenza and avoid its potential complications, especially since COVID-19 is still circulating and risks making a comeback as the winter season approaches, health experts warn.

Belgium records average of 1,664 new COVID-19 cases, up by 8%: Reports

Belgium recorded an average of 1,664 new COVID-19 cases between the period of August 6 and August 12, 2022, which is up by almost 8% from the previous week.

Average of 6.1 COVID-19 patients died each day between Aug 30-Sep 5: Reports

An average of 6.1 COVID-19 patients died each day between August 30 and September 5, which shows an increase of 10%. The Sciensano Institute of Public Health has shared the following data on Friday.

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Burgundy Wine Thief Arrested After Amassing 7,000 Bottles Worth €500,000

The individual, whose identity remains undisclosed, stands accused of purloining a staggering 7,000 bottles valued at approximately €500,000 ($550,000) from various employers over a span of 15 years

Eiffel Tower Closure Sparks Concern Over Financing and Maintenance

The strike, which commenced on Monday, has been driven by the collective discontent of the tower's staff, decrying what they perceive as insufficient investment in the upkeep of this global landmark

Kylian Mbappe Set to Make Historic Move to Real Madrid

The French sensation has reached an agreement with the 14-time Champions League winners, poised to don the iconic white jersey at the culmination of the ongoing season

Paris Iconic Riverside Booksellers Granted Stay During Olympics, Macron Rules

As the countdown to the Olympics opening ceremony on July 26th continues, plans were set in motion to temporarily remove hundreds of these beloved green boxes lining the river

Strike Threatens Eiffel Tower Visits Amid Financial Dispute

The strike, called by unions to protest the financial management of the tower, could extend indefinitely, casting a shadow over one of Paris's most beloved landmarks