BERNAMA – D-Virtual Park, a way to expose population to technology, digital innovation –

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 12 — D-Virtual Park, Borneo’s first virtual reality (VR) theme park by Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd (SDHB), which was officially launched in Kota Samarahan, Sarawak, today is a good initiative by the company to create awareness and exposure among the rural population to embrace the latest technology and use of digital devices and applications.

Sarawak Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg said the VR theme park is in line with the Sarawak government’s agenda to push the digital economy as this is one of the ways to revolutionise the digital economy among the 2.8 million local population.

“In order to be aggressive in the market, we need to be linked to the market.

“Therefore, we must use the linkages to the market, namely by promoting the use of blockchain, the link that is chained to the world,” he said in speech at the launching ceremony

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How genetic science helped expose a secret coronavirus outbreak in Iowa

POSTVILLE, Iowa — It wasn’t until their colleagues began to disappear that workers at Agri Star Meat and Poultry realized there was a killer in their midst.

First came the rumors that rabbis at the kosher plant had been quarantined. Then a man who worked in the poultry department fell ill. They heard whispers about friends of friends who had been stricken with scorching fevers and unbearable chills — characteristic symptoms of the novel coronavirus.

Where was the contagion coming from?

No one would say. Not Agri Star’s wealthy owner, who didn’t shut down production lines after cases were confirmed among workers. Not the Iowa Occupational Safety and Health Administration, which closed a complaint containing multiple allegations against the plant without an inspection. Not Iowa Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds, whose administration threatened to prosecute officials who released covid data and did not conduct testing at the plant until seven weeks

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How genetic science helped expose a coronavirus outbreak in Iowa

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POSTVILLE, Iowa — It wasn’t until their colleagues began to disappear that workers at Agri Star Meat and Poultry realized there was a killer in their midst.

First came the rumors that rabbis at the kosher plant had been quarantined. Then a man who worked in the poultry department fell ill. They heard whispers about friends of friends who had been stricken with scorching fevers and unbearable chills — characteristic symptoms of the novel coronavirus.

Where was the contagion coming from?

No one would say. Not Agri Star’s wealthy owner, who didn’t shut down production lines after cases were confirmed among workers. Not the Iowa Occupational Safety and Health Administration, which closed a complaint containing multiple allegations against the plant without an inspection. Not Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R), whose administration threatened to prosecute officials who released covid data and did not conduct testing at the plant

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