US will not accept travelers vaccinated with Russian Sputnik

New rules for entering the United States close the doors for those fully vaccinated with the Russian Sputnik V vaccine, according to the Washington Post. Last week, the United States announced it would soon open its doors to foreign travelers vaccinated against the coronavirus, for the first time since ...

WHO says the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has begun in the world

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adan Ghebreyesus said that the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has begun in the world. RBC writes about it. He explained that after the last surge in the incidence of COVID-19 in the world, the efforts of Europe and North America to vaccinate their citizens ...

'We'll have to live with it': WHO said the coronavirus could not be eradicated

People will have to learn to live with infectious disease as new strains will emerge. This will be "a model for the future," the WHO said. India TV News writes about it. Eradicating Covid-19 in the world is currently not a "smart goal", 6 stated ...

Overtime Kills Hundreds of Thousands a Year: WHO Study

On Monday, May 17, officials from the World Health Organization said overtime is killing hundreds of thousands of people a year, leading to a worsening trend that could be further exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. In the first global study of deaths associated with ...

How and where did the coronavirus come from: WHO and CDC theories

More than a year has passed since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the place of its origin and how it penetrated into society is still unknown. The Voice of America reported on the most common theories in medical circles. The infected person probably brought the coronavirus to ...

WHO has decided when and how the coronavirus arose

The World Health Organization (WHO) has published the results of a study on the possible origin of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. The version about the leak of the virus from the laboratory in Wuhan was considered "unlikely." Writes about this The Bell. This study was supposed to help WHO answer the question of where the virus originally came from, which caused ...

Killers of humanity: WHO named the main causes of death in the world over the past 20 years

The World Health Organization (WHO) has conducted a major study on the causes of death in the world. The most common causes were non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer. WHO noted that early diagnosis of these diseases can reduce the number of deaths. About…

Hopes dashed: remdesivir does not help patients with COVID-19

The World Health Organization (WHO) said the antiviral drug remdesivir has “little or no effect on mortality” in patients hospitalized with coronavirus and does not appear to help patients recover faster. The details of the study were described by CNN. Until now, remdesivir has been the only medicine that provides ...

WHO no longer wants quarantine due to COVID-19 and even warns against it: what is the reason

The World Health Organization (WHO) is urging country leaders not to rely on COVID-19 quarantine restrictions to combat outbreaks, although it has previously warned countries against lifting restrictions too early. Writes about this Fox News. WHO spokesman Dr. David Nabarro said that restrictive ...

WHO: there may be 20 times more people infected with coronavirus than officially recognized

One in ten people in the world could become infected with the coronavirus, which is 20 times more than the number of confirmed cases of infection. These assessments were shared by Dr. Michael Ryan, Chairman of Emergency Situations of the World Health Organization, speaking at a meeting of the WHO Board, writes Voice of America. "Disease…

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