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UNICEF to lead COVID vaccines for low income Countries

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) is the world's largest single vaccine buyer, procuring more than 2 billion doses of various vaccines annually ...
Sep 07

Africa goes Polio virus free

Today is a historic day for Africa," said Professor Rose Gana Fomban Leke, whose commission certified that no cases had occurred on the continent ...
Aug 26

World Surpasses 20 Million COVID-19 Cases

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Aug 13

5 Things That Could Go Wrong With A Coronavirus Vaccine

According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, a coronavirus vaccine could be ready for distribution within months. ...
Aug 11

We Can Still Better - WHO On 20 Million COVID-19 Cases

In yet another staggering landmark, the number of deathsis expected to surpass 750,000 in a matter of days as the global health crisis...
Aug 11

40% Covid Cases Have No Symptoms, May Be Key To Ending Pandemic

A Boston homeless shelter had 147 infected residents, but 88% had no symptoms even though they shared their living space....
Aug 10

WHO/Europe launches new podcast – Health in Europe

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

Scientists evaluate if tuberculosis, polio vaccines cure COVID-19

The old vaccines are oddities among the cutting-edge and targeted technologies being developed to combat the novel coronavirus....
Jun 13

Could ‘Innate Immunology’ Save Us From the Coronavirus?

Researchers are testing whether decades-old vaccines for polio and tuberculosis could protect against infection....
May 02

Children In South-Asia Could Face Health Crisis

A Major of the world's unimmunized or partially immunized children-about 4.5 million children live in South Asia. Almost all of them, or ...
Apr 29

Children In South-Asia Could Face Health Crisis

A Major of the world's unimmunized or partially immunized children-about 4.5 million children live in South Asia. Almost all of them, or ...
Apr 29

"Pandemic "Far From Over", Worried About Children, Says WHO Chief

The UN agency is concerned about rising numbers of cases and deaths in Africa, Eastern Europe, Latin America and some Asian countries, even as the ...
Apr 28

World Immunization Week: WHO highlights other diseases as coronavirus vaccine trials begin

When the world is focusing to on the COVID vaccine the other major diseases also need focus as World Health Organization mentions it in its ...
Apr 25

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