Why experts think COVID Year 3 will be better

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com With nearly a million American lives lost and countless others facing long-term consequences, public health experts reflect on what went wrong—and right—and what the road ahead looks like. It was March 2020 when the reality of the Covid-19 pandemic hit home in the U.S. When the NBA suspended its season, … Continue reading Why experts think COVID Year 3 will be better

Boris insists UK must learn to live with the virus

Britain plans to scrap laws requiring face masks and social distancing later this month, Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed Monday, even as he acknowledged that lifting the restrictions will drive surging coronavirus cases higher. Boris Johnson Johnson said legal controls will be replaced by “personal responsibility” when the country moves to the final stage of … Continue reading Boris insists UK must learn to live with the virus

Nearly 3,500 medics assisting Shijiazhuang in fight against COVID-19

A total of 3,470 medical workers from across China have been dispatched to Shijiazhuang, capital of Hebei Province, to assist in containing the latest COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Wednesday. Of the total, 1,231 workers are from outside the province, Xinhua News confirms. All the dispatched medics will carry out work in fields including epidemiological … Continue reading Nearly 3,500 medics assisting Shijiazhuang in fight against COVID-19