Working from home may wipe £480B off UK economy: Study LONDON. KAZINFORM - A new study released Sunday found that if British workers do not return to their offices, £480 billion ($641 billion) could be wiped off the UK economy, while a separate study suggested that a four-day work week could create 500,000 new jobs, Anadolu Agency reports.
Asteroid over 22 meters in diameter to pass by Earth on Tuesday – NASA WASHINGTON. KAZINFORM - An asteroid with diameters between 22 and 49 meters will shoot pass Earth in a distance closer than Earth from the Moon on Tuesday, according to the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Xinhua reports.
Academy of Sciences expedition to Norilsk completes field works on Lake Pyasino MOSCOW. KAZINFORM - Collecting samples of sediments in Lake Pyasino will be the final task of the Big Norilsk Expedition’s field work, the expedition team’s leader Nikolai Yurkevich told TASS, adding the expedition would finish soon, TASS reports.
New virus cases stay under 300 for 2nd day, cluster infections still loom in S Korea SEOUL. KAZINFORM - The number of daily new coronavirus cases in South Korea stayed below 300 for the second consecutive day Monday, but health authorities are keeping their guards up as sporadic cluster infections and a growing number of patients with unknown infection routes continue to put a strain on the country's virus fight, Yonhap News reports.
Heat to scorch 3 rgns of Kazakhstan NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM – Weather without precipitations is forecast for most parts of Kazakhstan. The south part of the country is to expect thunderstorm. Strong winds are to blow here and there across the country, while squall, thunderstorm, fog are forecast for south Kazakhstan, Kazinform cites the National Met Office Kazhydromet.