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UN chief on 1 Million COVID-19 deaths

According to Johns Hopkins University, the number of COVID-19 deaths worldwide has topped 1 million, with over 33 million confirmed cases and more than ...
Sep 29

WHO aims to provide 120 Million rapid Coronavirus tests for poorer states

The WHO said the $600 million scheme would enable low- and middle-income countries to close the dramatic gap in testing for the new coronavirus...
Sep 29

Europe has a lot of work to do to prevent COVID-19 transmission :WHO

Europe has "a lot of work to do right now" to bring down increasing COVID-19 cases, a World Health Organization expert said...
Sep 26

China reports 2 new COVID-19 cases

China COVID-19: The two cases, found in Shandong province's Qingdao city during routine testing of port workers...
Sep 25

Delivering NCD services in a time of COVID-19 – stories from the field

A new WHO survey looks at the extent of the disruption of services for the prevention and treatment of noncommunicable diseases ...
Sep 24

Coronavirus mutating, potentially evolving, shows study amid US surge

That mutation is associated with a higher viral load among patients upon initial diagnosis, the researchers found....
Sep 24

Antarctica to lift seas by metres per degree of warming, study finds

That mutation is associated with a higher viral load among patients upon initial diagnosis, the researchers found....
Sep 24

COVID-19 is airbone says scientists

The agency said the guidance, which went up Friday largely without notice until late Sunday, should not have been posted because it was an early ...
Sep 22

COVID-19 likely spreading from people to animals—and vice versa

A study published in the US CDC’s Emerging Infectious Diseases journal provides further evidence that SARS-CoV-2 can be transmitted between animals and ...
Sep 22

Top US health body retracts the warning of COVID-19 being airborne

The now-withdrawn guidance, posted on the agency's website on Friday, recommended that people use air purifiers to reduce airborne germs indoors to avoid ...
Sep 22

New Zealand eases Coronavirus controls

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced New Zealand would from late Monday move down to virus level one in its four-tier alert system...
Sep 21

China Biopharma plant leak infects thousands with bacterial disease

Chinese authorities found a biopharmaceutical plant had used expired disinfectant in its production of Brucella vaccines for animals between July and August last year...
Sep 18

Alarming rates of transmission of virus in Europe

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Sep 18

Scientists publish images of Coronavirus infecting respiratory cells

The images, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, were re-colorised, and show infected hairy ciliated cells with strands of mucus attached to ...
Sep 14

ICMR sero survey shows that India likely had 6.4 Million COVID cases by May

The survey, carried out from May 11 to June 4, tested blood samples from 28,000 people across 21 states...
Sep 11

COVID-19 genome sequencing laboratory network launches in Africa

With several African countries now expanding COVID-19 testing, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) ...
Sep 11

Coronavirus and pregnancy – preserving maternal health

The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed many health systems to the brink, resulting in non-urgent care being deprioritized to make way for thousands of ...
Sep 08

Decisive and timely: Mauritius response curbs COVID-19 : WHO

A WHO report on efforts by Mauritius to curbs COVID-19...
Sep 05

New Zealand sees first COVID-19 death in over three months

New Zealand COVID-19 Updates: Health officials said the man was part of a second-wave cluster of infections that emerged in Auckland last month....
Sep 04

Children can have COVID-19 antibodies and virus in their system simultaneously

With many questions remaining around how children spread COVID-19, Children's National Hospital researchers set out to improve the understanding...
Sep 04

New Zealand prompt and strict rules to tackle COVID-19

New Zealand’s early success in controlling coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has been described as “crushing the curve”...
Sep 04

Brazil tops 4 Million COVID-19 cases

Since the first case came to light on February 26, the South American colossus has registered more than 4.04 million infections and over 124,...
Sep 04

WHO : Steroid use on critical COVID-19 patients is recommended

The WHO's clinical care lead said the agency had updated its advice to include a "strong recommendation" for use of steroids...
Sep 03

Can Europe tame the pandemic’s next wave?

This is a report by Science's COVID-19 reporting is supported by the Pulitzer Center and the Heising-Simons Foundation....
Sep 03

New evidence of airborne Coronavirus spread

Researchers believe a passenger, whose gender was not identified, was likely patient zero because the person had been in contact with people from Wuhan...
Sep 02

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