Archives - July 02, 2020

Money actually can buy happiness, suggests study

The study used data from the General Social Survey (GSS), one of the longest-running nationally representative surveys, with 44,198 participants ...
Jul 02

Brazil crosses 60,000 coronavirus deaths

The largest number of deaths have been in the most populous state, Sao Paulo, with 14,700, followed by Rio de Janeiro, with more than ...
Jul 02

US records over 52,000 Coronavirus cases in a day

Global infections have hit their highest level in the past week, WHO data showed new cases topped "160,000 on every single day...
Jul 02

WHO addresses European Parliament on COVID-19 response

Dr. Kluge underlined how the European Program of Work "Joined activity for better wellbeing" bolsters WHO's Thirteenth General Program of Work...
Jul 02

COVID-19 in Beijing may have come from South-Asia

The outbreak in Beijing has raised concerns about China's vulnerability to a "second wave" of infections...
Jul 02

New Zealand Health Minister steps down

Outgoing minister David Clark was already under a cloud after breaking lockdown in April and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern...
Jul 02

Australia uses' Police Patrol' in lockdown

While the rest of Australia opened state borders and social distancing restrictions, Melbourne promised to fine those who are not following rules ...
Jul 02

WHO/Europe launches new podcast – Health in Europe

Europe health with WHO launches podcasts on health series ...
Jul 02

Japan city launches pedestrian smartphone ban

Visitors arriving at the railway station in Yamato City were greeted with banners announcing the new prohibition...
Jul 02

Mass elephants deaths baffle scientists

Botswana: The deaths of the elephants come amid the COVID-19 pandemic that has killed lakhs of people across the world...
Jul 02

Coronavirus autopsies reasearch

Rapkiewicz, who directs autopsies at NYU Langone Health, noticed that some organs had far too many of a special type of cell rarely found in ...
Jul 02

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