Pandemic

Total 56 Posts

Delaying second COVID-19 vaccine doses will make supplies last longer but comes with risks.

7 min read
With vaccine shortages looming, experts are debating whether it is important to receive two doses or whether it is better to give one dose to more people and give a second when the supply is better.

Nurses report PTSD symptoms due to the pandemic.

4 min read
Nurses are not heroes – they are technically expert professional carers with unique skills. And they are struggling. They need more than applause this time around.

One year since we first reported on this coronavirus – What we’ve learned, and still need to know.

4 min read
The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated that science and scientists can and will deliver results, given the right financial and societal support.

Oxford COVID vaccine authorised in the UK – Why this is a key moment.

5 min read
More than 2.5 billion doses have been ordered worldwide of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, providing a ray of hope in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

In a pandemic winter, Christmas is simply not that important.

5 min read
Vaccines are on their way, but the pandemic is still a long way from being over. Other faiths have managed to give up their celebrations and pilgrimages. Surely we can put up with a low-key Christmas?

10 reasons to feel grateful this Thanksgiving.

5 min read
Despite these testing times, American Thanksgiving (November 26) may be a useful moment to take stock. What should we, as a planet, give thanks for in a year that threw up the depressing new word β€œdoomscrolling”?

The pandemic has changed parliament. Will it be forever?

6 min read
Working from home has enabled MPs to visually represent their constituencies and constituents, and thereby relate to them in a new way.
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