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WHO says risk of Monkeypox spread in Russia remains high

According to the WHO assessment, at the regional level, the risk in the WHO European Region is high over reports about the widespread outbreak which engulfed several previously untouched countries…

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Monkeypox: WHO declares global health emergency; why India should get battle ready?

On June 23, the WHO established an emergency committee (EC) of experts to determine if monkeypox qualifies as a PHEIC, the highest degree of alert recognised by the UN health organisation.

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Citing racism, WHO says monkeypox will be renamed

Monkeypox will be renamed by the World Health Organization after scientists stated that the word is racist and discriminatory toward Africa.The announcement comes after more than 30 scientists…

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No evidence found over mutation in monkeypox virus, says WHO's senior official

The genome sequencing of the cases will give more understanding about the current outbreak. The disease, which is infectious, has been endemic in west and central Africa. The experts have been…

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After S.Africa reports two new Omicron variants, WHO chief warns world is blind to Covid mutations

COVID-19 has impacted South Africa harder than just about any other country on the continent, with approximately 3.8 million laboratory-confirmed infections and more than 100,000 deaths

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Watch: 'Kem chho': WHO chief Tedros impresses by speaking Gujarati on India visit

PM Narendra Modi along with the WHO chief and Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth had attended the ground-breaking ceremony at Jamnagar.

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In response to New York Times article on WHO, India shares concerns over methodology adopted for analysis

In these exchanges, specific queries were raised regarding the methodology and use of unofficial sets of data by India along with other member states like Iran, Bangladesh, Syria, China, Ethiopia…

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'I hope the world comes back to its senses': World treats 'black and white lives' unequally, says WHO chief

"So we need to balance. We need to take every life seriously because every life is precious" said the WHO chief

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WHO raises alarm; 99% of world population breathing polluted air

The World Health Organization has emphasised the necessity of reducing air pollution levels by reducing fossil fuel use and implementing other concrete initiatives

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Europe's 'brutal' lifting of covid precautions behind the rise in cases: WHO

As a result of a 'perfect storm' of government restrictions being lifted, waning immunity, and the more contagious BA.2 Omicron subvariant, COVID-19 cases have surged

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After WHO depicts J&K, Arunachal as parts of Pak, China, Indian MP writes to PM Modi

The issue was raised by Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Santanu Sen, who informed the PM, that when he was navigating through the dashboard he came across the discrepancy. He has also sent copies of…

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WHO cautions against underestimating Omicron as 'mild', decries vaccine inequity

Nearly 9.5 million new cases of COVID-19 were reported to the WHO last week, which is a record 71 per cent increase from the previous week

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WHO to test three new drugs for potential Covid treatment

In a bid to find new ways of treating hospitalised Covid patients, WHO is set to start trials of three drugs to see if they can improve the condition of hospitalised Covid patients

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Covax expects 250 million donated doses in six to eight weeks: WHO

Rich and poor nations have radically different access to the COVID-19 vaccine. Covax is aimed at providing vaccines to poorer countries, and the inflow of doses will make it more effective

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World Health Organization blames Delta variant for Middle East virus surge

According to WHO, 15 of the 22 territories and countries under the purview of the global health body have been infected with the highly transmissible Delta strain

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Monkeypox outbreak: All that you need to know about the virus

Worldwide, more than 16,000 cases of the virus have been documented in 75 countries, as per the WHO director-general Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

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WHO says risk of Monkeypox spread in Russia remains high

According to the WHO assessment, at the regional level, the risk in the WHO European Region is high over reports about the widespread outbreak which engulfed several previously untouched countries…

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Monkeypox: WHO declares global health emergency; why India should get battle ready?

On June 23, the WHO established an emergency committee (EC) of experts to determine if monkeypox qualifies as a PHEIC, the highest degree of alert recognised by the UN health organisation.

Read Article

Citing racism, WHO says monkeypox will be renamed

Monkeypox will be renamed by the World Health Organization after scientists stated that the word is racist and discriminatory toward Africa.The announcement comes after more than 30 scientists…

Read Article

No evidence found over mutation in monkeypox virus, says WHO's senior official

The genome sequencing of the cases will give more understanding about the current outbreak. The disease, which is infectious, has been endemic in west and central Africa. The experts have been…

Read Article

After S.Africa reports two new Omicron variants, WHO chief warns world is blind to Covid mutations

COVID-19 has impacted South Africa harder than just about any other country on the continent, with approximately 3.8 million laboratory-confirmed infections and more than 100,000 deaths

Read Article

Watch: 'Kem chho': WHO chief Tedros impresses by speaking Gujarati on India visit

PM Narendra Modi along with the WHO chief and Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth had attended the ground-breaking ceremony at Jamnagar.

Read Article

In response to New York Times article on WHO, India shares concerns over methodology adopted for analysis

In these exchanges, specific queries were raised regarding the methodology and use of unofficial sets of data by India along with other member states like Iran, Bangladesh, Syria, China, Ethiopia…

Read Article

'I hope the world comes back to its senses': World treats 'black and white lives' unequally, says WHO chief

"So we need to balance. We need to take every life seriously because every life is precious" said the WHO chief

Read Article

WHO raises alarm; 99% of world population breathing polluted air

The World Health Organization has emphasised the necessity of reducing air pollution levels by reducing fossil fuel use and implementing other concrete initiatives

Read Article

Europe's 'brutal' lifting of covid precautions behind the rise in cases: WHO

As a result of a 'perfect storm' of government restrictions being lifted, waning immunity, and the more contagious BA.2 Omicron subvariant, COVID-19 cases have surged

Read Article

After WHO depicts J&K, Arunachal as parts of Pak, China, Indian MP writes to PM Modi

The issue was raised by Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Santanu Sen, who informed the PM, that when he was navigating through the dashboard he came across the discrepancy. He has also sent copies of…

Read Article

WHO cautions against underestimating Omicron as 'mild', decries vaccine inequity

Nearly 9.5 million new cases of COVID-19 were reported to the WHO last week, which is a record 71 per cent increase from the previous week

Read Article

WHO to test three new drugs for potential Covid treatment

In a bid to find new ways of treating hospitalised Covid patients, WHO is set to start trials of three drugs to see if they can improve the condition of hospitalised Covid patients

Read Article

Covax expects 250 million donated doses in six to eight weeks: WHO

Rich and poor nations have radically different access to the COVID-19 vaccine. Covax is aimed at providing vaccines to poorer countries, and the inflow of doses will make it more effective

Read Article

World Health Organization blames Delta variant for Middle East virus surge

According to WHO, 15 of the 22 territories and countries under the purview of the global health body have been infected with the highly transmissible Delta strain

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Just give us the vaccines, WHO pleads, as poor countries go wanting

The situation in Africa, where new infections and deaths jumped by nearly 40% last week compared to the previous week, is 'so dangerous' as the Delta variant spreads globally, WHO director-general…

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Colleges say students must get a Covid vaccine. But no, not that one.

Neither Covaxin nor the Sputnik V vaccine, which is manufactured in Russia, has been approved by the WHO

via The New York Times
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WHO warns of 'failure' unless rich countries speed up vaccine sharing

Warning of a 'two-track recovery,' the WHO is urging wealthy countries to donate their surplus doses to poorer countries instead of giving them to less vulnerable groups, such as children

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WHO re-checks research on when coronavirus first surfaced in Italy

The WHO reacted to Biden`s announcement that intelligence agencies were pursuing rival theories, including the possibility of a laboratory accident in China, by saying the search was being "…

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Monkeypox outbreak: All that you need to know about the virus

Worldwide, more than 16,000 cases of the virus have been documented in 75 countries, as per the WHO director-general Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

Read Article

WHO says risk of Monkeypox spread in Russia remains high

According to the WHO assessment, at the regional level, the risk in the WHO European Region is high over reports about the widespread outbreak which engulfed several previously untouched countries…

Read Article

Monkeypox: WHO declares global health emergency; why India should get battle ready?

On June 23, the WHO established an emergency committee (EC) of experts to determine if monkeypox qualifies as a PHEIC, the highest degree of alert recognised by the UN health organisation.

Read Article

Citing racism, WHO says monkeypox will be renamed

Monkeypox will be renamed by the World Health Organization after scientists stated that the word is racist and discriminatory toward Africa.The announcement comes after more than 30 scientists…

Read Article

No evidence found over mutation in monkeypox virus, says WHO's senior official

The genome sequencing of the cases will give more understanding about the current outbreak. The disease, which is infectious, has been endemic in west and central Africa. The experts have been…

Read Article

After S.Africa reports two new Omicron variants, WHO chief warns world is blind to Covid mutations

COVID-19 has impacted South Africa harder than just about any other country on the continent, with approximately 3.8 million laboratory-confirmed infections and more than 100,000 deaths

Read Article

Watch: 'Kem chho': WHO chief Tedros impresses by speaking Gujarati on India visit

PM Narendra Modi along with the WHO chief and Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth had attended the ground-breaking ceremony at Jamnagar.

Read Article

In response to New York Times article on WHO, India shares concerns over methodology adopted for analysis

In these exchanges, specific queries were raised regarding the methodology and use of unofficial sets of data by India along with other member states like Iran, Bangladesh, Syria, China, Ethiopia…

Read Article

'I hope the world comes back to its senses': World treats 'black and white lives' unequally, says WHO chief

"So we need to balance. We need to take every life seriously because every life is precious" said the WHO chief

Read Article

WHO raises alarm; 99% of world population breathing polluted air

The World Health Organization has emphasised the necessity of reducing air pollution levels by reducing fossil fuel use and implementing other concrete initiatives

Read Article

Europe's 'brutal' lifting of covid precautions behind the rise in cases: WHO

As a result of a 'perfect storm' of government restrictions being lifted, waning immunity, and the more contagious BA.2 Omicron subvariant, COVID-19 cases have surged

Read Article

After WHO depicts J&K, Arunachal as parts of Pak, China, Indian MP writes to PM Modi

The issue was raised by Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Santanu Sen, who informed the PM, that when he was navigating through the dashboard he came across the discrepancy. He has also sent copies of…

Read Article

WHO cautions against underestimating Omicron as 'mild', decries vaccine inequity

Nearly 9.5 million new cases of COVID-19 were reported to the WHO last week, which is a record 71 per cent increase from the previous week

Read Article

WHO to test three new drugs for potential Covid treatment

In a bid to find new ways of treating hospitalised Covid patients, WHO is set to start trials of three drugs to see if they can improve the condition of hospitalised Covid patients

Read Article

Covax expects 250 million donated doses in six to eight weeks: WHO

Rich and poor nations have radically different access to the COVID-19 vaccine. Covax is aimed at providing vaccines to poorer countries, and the inflow of doses will make it more effective

Read Article

World Health Organization blames Delta variant for Middle East virus surge

According to WHO, 15 of the 22 territories and countries under the purview of the global health body have been infected with the highly transmissible Delta strain

Read Article

Just give us the vaccines, WHO pleads, as poor countries go wanting

The situation in Africa, where new infections and deaths jumped by nearly 40% last week compared to the previous week, is 'so dangerous' as the Delta variant spreads globally, WHO director-general…

Read Article

Colleges say students must get a Covid vaccine. But no, not that one.

Neither Covaxin nor the Sputnik V vaccine, which is manufactured in Russia, has been approved by the WHO

via The New York Times
Read Article

WHO warns of 'failure' unless rich countries speed up vaccine sharing

Warning of a 'two-track recovery,' the WHO is urging wealthy countries to donate their surplus doses to poorer countries instead of giving them to less vulnerable groups, such as children

Read Article

WHO re-checks research on when coronavirus first surfaced in Italy

The WHO reacted to Biden`s announcement that intelligence agencies were pursuing rival theories, including the possibility of a laboratory accident in China, by saying the search was being "…

Read Article