The Middle East is certain to face the continued movement of large numbers of people, first to the region′s calmer areas, yet, in many cases, beyond – primarily to Europe.
Amidst the bizarre of COVID-19 spread, the dengue outbreak in several countries has put the people in an even more difficult state. The fear of getting tested positive for the coronavirus have stopped thousands of people from seeking medical attention for dengue.
After the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain has also started diplomatic relations with Israel. But the Middle East is still split.
Hong Kong’s Chief Executive, Carrie Lam has recently warned that the hospital system of Hong Kong is on the verge of significant collapse, as the region is facing a sharp rise in the cases of COVID-19. He pleaded with residents to follow new strict measures to stop the spread of the virus.
With the last meeting before the presidential election on November 3, the Fed yesterday set the tone for the next few weeks on the financial markets, which will be as tormented and nervous as its final statement which, like every three months, also provides macro estimates for the next three years.