World Health Organisation
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The COVID-19 crisis has revealed how unequal our societies are: As more countries are receiving vaccine doses, “most people in low and middle income countries still must watch and wait,” said the UN chief.
The WHO report into the origin of the coronavirus is out. Here’s what happens next, says the Australian doctor who went to China.5 min read
We need to re-analyse data from China and look further afield if we are to have a more complete picture of what happened in 2019. Just keep the politics out of it.
History tells us that the end of pandemics are rarely – if ever – neat, uncomplicated, or even easy to date.
COVID-19 cases globally are on track to rise for a fourth consecutive week, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported on Friday.
Ireland, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Italy, France... What do UK experts think about the suspension of AstraZeneca in more and more European countries following reports of blood clotting events?
Why South Korea and Ghana have fared better than the UK, Brazil and India... A government’s handling of the pandemic was embedded in existing patterns of leadership.