Health

19.03.2021

Chile becomes one of the top COVID-19 vaccination leaders

Chile becomes one of the top COVID-19 vaccination leaders

After being one of the world’s most hard-hit nations with COVID-19, Chile has now managed to become one of the top countries in the vaccination of its population. According to government officials and health experts, the government’s early negotiations with vaccine producers is one of the secrets of Chile’s… »

19.03.2021

AstraZeneca: German researchers discover thrombosis trigger

AstraZeneca: German researchers discover thrombosis trigger

The discovery of the cause of blood clots among some AstraZeneca recipients means that a targeted treatment can be developed. Researchers at the Greifswald teaching hospital in northern Germany said on Friday that they had discovered the cause of the unusual blood clot problems found in some recipients of the… »

18.03.2021

Are Two Off Days Enough to Satisfy Students’ Mental Health?

Are Two Off Days Enough to Satisfy Students’ Mental Health?

By Rebecca Diers – SUNY Cortland Before the spring semester started at SUNY Cortland, administrators announced that there will be no spring break this year because of Covid-19. In an attempt to still give students some sort of break, they instead implemented “Wellness Days.” These days were scheduled for two… »

17.03.2021

Brazil: Social Contagion Knocks on the Door

Brazil: Social Contagion Knocks on the Door

By Paulo Henrique Martins Art often anticipates historical trends not yet revealed. We can exemplify with the film “Contagion” (2011) directed by Soderbergh. The film deals with the spread of a virus that, like Covid 19, would have emerged in the East and migrated to the West with effects that… »

15.03.2021

An (almost) Lost Opportunity

An (almost) Lost Opportunity

By Víctor Piccininni We are about a year into a tragic global event: the Covid-19 pandemic. The world went “silent”, desolate streets, disoriented governments, men and women sheltered in their homes, powerful people in terror, empty schools, faces covered, hospitals overflowing. The planet as a whole was… »

11.03.2021

Vaccines: European Citizens’ Initiative for lifting patents reaches first 100.000 threshold

Vaccines: European Citizens’ Initiative for lifting patents reaches first 100.000 threshold

The European Citizens’ Initiative ‘Right to Cure’, a coalition of over 200 European civil society organizations from 14 European countries, reached a first threshold of 100.000 signatures today. The aim of the initiative is to push a legislative proposal to urge the European Commission to make  vaccine producers like… »

06.03.2021

China Delivers on its Vaccine Pledges in Africa

China Delivers on its Vaccine Pledges in Africa

By Kester Kenn Klomegah China and Africa have long decades of interaction. The relationship has changed over the years and Chinese outreach to Africa has often been viewed with deep appreciation, especially helping to overcome development challenges. As expectedly, China appears moving steadily to deliver on its pledge by offering… »

06.03.2021

Why Big Pharma Shouldn’t Have Any Control Over COVID-19 Vaccines

Why Big Pharma Shouldn’t Have Any Control Over COVID-19 Vaccines

While a public desperate for protection against COVID-19 is quick to shame “vaccine hunters,” the real culprits are the companies refusing to share their publicly funded intellectual property and the governments allowing them to get away with it. By Sonali Kolhatkar At a recent virtual gathering of parents and faculty… »

06.03.2021

France calls up 4,400 officers to enforce 6pm curfew in Paris amid rising Covid-19 infections and compliance concerns

France calls up 4,400 officers to enforce 6pm curfew in Paris amid rising Covid-19 infections and compliance concerns

The French authorities have vowed to increase their presence on the streets this weekend as France struggles to enforce a 6pm-6am curfew amid soaring Covid-19 infections across the country and in the capital. “If the police find groups of people in which respect for social distancing cannot be guaranteed, in… »

04.03.2021

Butantan receives supplies for another 14 mi vaccine doses

Butantan receives supplies for another 14 mi vaccine doses

The batch sent by lab Sinovac has 8.2 thousand liters of the API By Daniel Mello The supplies for São Paulo’s Butantan Institute to produce another 14 million doses of CoronaVac, a vaccine against the coronavirus, arrived this morning (Mar. 4). The shipment, which came from China, landed at the… »

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