World Health Organisation
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COVID-19 infections rose 8% last week to more than 3.8 million, the World Health Organization reported on Wednesday.
Governments in the west repeatedly failed the public when it came to masks.
The World Health Organization has created more memorable and less stigmatising names for coronavirus variants. An important step as using geographical names can stoke up racism and xenophobia.
The former adviser’s seven-hour evidence session is full of strong lines to follow when the public inquiry into the pandemic response gets underway.
This is not the moment to worry about big pharma’s pocket but to care about saving lives.
It’s been 14 months since we thought we would live in a new, kinder, and gentler world where people could work from home or even work from anywhere. Was it just a dream?
Stories of reaching herd immunity were certainly premature. We may easily have “the next India” just around the corner. How much excess death must we see before global cooperations overcome the “me first” approaches from the wealthier countries?