Daily Archives: May 22, 2020

SNOMED International Joins COVID-19 Interoperability Alliance to Support Access to Terminology and Health Data Resources

London, United Kingdom, May 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SNOMED International, the leader in global clinical terminology, announces today the organization’s participation in the COVID-19 Interoperability Alliance. The Alliance is an informatics focused environment supporting collaborative authoring of COVID-19 related interoperability data resources. Alongside Alliance partners Clinical Architecture, logica, MITRE, Regenstrief Institute, Apelon, and Care

Amazon announces five new utility-scale solar projects to power global operations in China, Australia, and the U.S.

The five projects include Amazon’s first renewable energy project in China, second in Australia, second and third in Ohio, and 12th in the Commonwealth of Virginia, with a combined 615 MW of additional renewable capacity and an expected generation of 1.2 million MWh of energy annually, or enough to power 113,000 average U.S. homes Projects

KPU checks data server security after personal data breach claim

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The General Election Commission (KPU) is currently engaged in checking the security of its data server following a claim by a hacker of a breach of personal data of millions of Indonesian citizens. The KPU had checked its internal data following the data breach claim, Vryan Azis, a member of the commission,

Govt to raise water storage infrastructure capacity against drought

  Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) will optimize the capacity of water storage infrastructure across Indonesia as a precautionary measure against protracted drought during the dry season. PUPR Minister Basuki Hadimuljono highlighted President Joko Widodo’s instructions that the government should guarantee water supply for food, health, and basic

Task force spokesman reports 134 COVID-19 recoveries in Papua

Jayapura, Papua (ANTARA) – Some 134 out of the total 538 people testing positive for COVID-19 in the easternmost Indonesian province of Papua have recovered from the disease as of Thursday, according to a spokesman. “We are upbeat about an increase in the number of patients recovering from the disease,” spokesman for the Papua Province