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Experts Urge WHO And Governments To Take Stronger Action Against Monkeypox

A huge monkeypox outbreak has expanded to at least 20 nations, prompting some notable infectious disease experts to call for speedier action from global health authorities to contain it.   They argue that governments and the World Health Organization should not repeat the COVID-19 pandemic's...

Many More Cases Of Monkeypox Likely To Emerge Worldwide, Expects WHO

The World Health Organization expects to find more instances of monkeypox when surveillance is expanded in places where the disease is uncommon.   According to the United Nations, 92 confirmed cases and 28 suspected cases of monkeypox have been reported from 12 non-endemic member states as...

The Quad-Supported Vaccine Roll-Out Will Commence In The Early Half Of The Year.

The first batch of Covid-19 vaccinations, developed by India's Biological E as part of the Quad group of countries' commitment to providing shots around the world, will be available in the first half of 2022, the grouping said in a statement on Friday.   Australia, Japan, India, and the...

WHO Chief Tedros Discussed With Chinese Premier About Collaboration On Covid Origins

The Chief of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has discussed the requirement for stronger partnership on the issue of ascertaining the origin of the Covid-19 pandemic with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, Tedros said in a Tweet.     The issue of the origin of the...

The Cashless Economy Paradox: A Renewed Reliance on Cash During COVID

Despite initial predictions that the onslaught of the coronavirus would be the demise of physical money, people have turned to cash in this time of uncertainty. Historically, the amount of cash in circulation has increased during times of upheaval. Even though we are living in a digital era and...

According To WHO There Is More Proof That Omicron Results In Milder Symptoms

  According to the World Health Organization, more scientific proof is starting to emerge that the Omicron coronavirus variant affects the upper respiratory tract, resulting in milder symptoms compared to the previous variants and resulting in a "decoupling" in some...

New Studies: Omicron Not Likely To Evade T Cells; Booster Doses Can Help Omicron Away From Households

Recent research has claimed that the omicron variant of the coronavirus is unable to get past the second-line defense of the human body.   According to a new study, T cells, a crucial component of the immune system's second-line defense, are extremely effective in recognizing and fighting...

Omicron Variant Grows Faster Thrives In Airways, Not Lungs: New Data On Asymptomatic Infections

In recent week, a number of studies have emerged on Covid-19 – especially surrounding the Omicron variant. And some of these studies are also not peer reviewed yet.   Studies have shown that the Omicron variant multiplies faster in airways but at a slower rate in human lungs.   Last...

Rainfall At Ice Summit In Greenland For First Time Ever

For the first time since records were kept, there was rainfall at the highest point on the Greenland ice sheet last week. According to scientists, this is a troublesome sign that the ice sheet was already warming and melting at an increasing rate.   "That's not a healthy sign for an ice...

EU’s Attempt Of An Infrastructure Plan To Rival China's 'Belt And Road' Boosted By G7 Support

Following deals with India and Japan and support from the Group of Seven richest democracies, foreign ministers of the European Union have agreed on the launch of a global infrastructure plan seeking to link Europe to the world.   The EU has chalked out a formal path for an ambitious...

Biden Revokes Trump Ban On Tiktok, Wechat But Orders New Review

A series of Trump-era executive orders aimed at China were withdrawn by US President Joe Biden. Those executive orders that were passed by the former President Donald Trump were aimed at banning new downloads of the popular Chinese owned messaging app WeChat and the ChInEse owned short video making...

Increased Likelihood Of Mild To Moderate Symptoms From Mix And Match Covid-19 Vaccine, Finds A New Study

A study in the United Kingdom to understand the effect on people of having two doses of two different Covid-19 vaccines found greater likelihood of reporting of mild to moderate symptoms for mix and match vaccines compared to two doses of the same vaccine.   The immune responses among...
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