How to revive the UK economy after COVID-19

The Covid-19 (a mutation of the SAARS[1] family of viruses) virus pandemic made its way across the borders of the United Kingdom, from Far East Asia, during January 2020. In response to this public health crisis, following the advice given to the Conservative UK government headed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson; by Epidemiologists, Medical Scientists, … Continue reading How to revive the UK economy after COVID-19

Hurricane Ida slows after wrecking Louisiana and New Orleans

Hurricane Ida pounded Louisiana after sweeping ashore from the Gulf of Mexico, flooding wide areas under heavy surf and torrential rains as fierce winds toppled trees and power lines, plunging New Orleans into darkness after nightfall. Ida weakened into a tropical storm over southwestern Mississippi early on Monday, the National Hurricane Center said, but it … Continue reading Hurricane Ida slows after wrecking Louisiana and New Orleans

Texas man who led anti-mask protests dies of COVID-19

A man who led efforts in his central Texas community against mask-wearing and other preventative measures during the coronavirus pandemic has died from Covid-19, a month after being admitted to the emergency room. Caleb Wallace died on Saturday, his wife Jessica Wallace said on a GoFundMe page where she posted updates on his condition, the San Angelo … Continue reading Texas man who led anti-mask protests dies of COVID-19

Top COVID-19 Updates: 2020 Euro finals was a ‘superspreader’

• AstraZeneca says its new antibody therapy radically reduces the risk of people developing coronavirus symptoms, raising the prospects of treatments for preventing the virus beyond vaccines. Data from the UK drugmakers shows the chance of getting any symptoms went down by 77 percent in late-stage trials. The first to publish positive prevention trial data in the field, … Continue reading Top COVID-19 Updates: 2020 Euro finals was a ‘superspreader’

Stop politicizing COVID-19 origin tracing, WHO and diplomats warn

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday called for all governments to depoliticize COVID-19 origin tracing and work together to develop a common framework for future emerging pathogens of pandemic potential. Following the publication of the WHO-China joint report of the phase-one studies on the origins of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in March 2021, the WHO … Continue reading Stop politicizing COVID-19 origin tracing, WHO and diplomats warn

Over 777 million people vaccinated in China

A total of 777.046 million people in China have been fully vaccinated, said National Health Commission spokesperson Mi Feng at a press conference on Friday. That's more than half of the total population.  More than 1.83 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered across China as of Thursday, said Mi. "As of the midnight of … Continue reading Over 777 million people vaccinated in China

China punishes officials over Delta variant outbreak

China has punished nearly 47 officials over the recent outbreak of COVID-19's Delta variant in the country, a media report said on Tuesday. At least 47 officials nationwide, ranging from the heads of local governments, health commissions, hospitals and airports, have been punished for negligence. In Nanjing, the capital of Jiangsu province, 15 officials were … Continue reading China punishes officials over Delta variant outbreak

COVID-19 vaccines may not stop spread of Delta variant, UK Health agency warns

Scientists at the United Kingdom’s health regulator Public Health England on Friday flagged early signs that vaccination against Covid-19 may not prevent transmission of the Delta variant of the infection, Reuters reported. The observation means that those who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 may be able to transmit the Delta variant as easily as those who have … Continue reading COVID-19 vaccines may not stop spread of Delta variant, UK Health agency warns

Sharon Stone feels threatened after vaccine request

Sharon Stone said getting the Covid-19 vaccine shot should be a basic instinct for all who work on film sets. Sharon Stone In a campaign video for the 63-year-old’s bid run as a member of the SAG-AFTRA board of directors, the Basic Instinct actress alleged that she is “being threatened” with the loss of an acting job because she’s … Continue reading Sharon Stone feels threatened after vaccine request

Saudi Arabia opens borders to vaccinated tourists

The Covid-19 pandemic has killed more than 4.19 million people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to a report established by Agence France-Presse on Thursday, July 29. The United States is the country with the most deaths (over 612,000), ahead of Brazil (554,000) and India (422,000). Photo by Brett Jordan on Pexels.com In … Continue reading Saudi Arabia opens borders to vaccinated tourists