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Indonesia reported 13,737 new coronavirus infections on Sunday, the highest in a single day since January 30, bringing the total number of cases in the country to nearly two million, data from the Covid-19 task force showed.
On Sunday, the task force also reported 371 new deaths, the highest number of daily fatalities since early April, taking the total to 54,662.
A permanent switch to more home working following the pandemic will cause rising gender inequality in the workplace, according to experts in the UK, unless employers carefully monitor their new working policies to make sure women aren’t disadvantaged.
Traditionally, more women than men – particularly those with children or caring responsibilities – have requested flexible working. The switch to working from home necessitated by coronavirus lockdowns has, 15 months on, resulted in a permanent change in corporate culture, to the extent that the British government is considering legislating to make home working the “default” option.
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