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10.01.2021

Will poetry be enough to get Czechs to embrace anti COVID-19 vaccination?

Will poetry be enough to get Czechs to embrace anti COVID-19 vaccination?

Czech government ad campaign seeks to erase fears about vaccination As anti-COVID-19 vaccination becomes accessible in the European Union, the Czech government has launched a new communication campaign aimed at overcoming the fear of or suspicion about vaccination. And this time, the inspiration for the campaign has found its source… »

07.01.2021

The fascinating story of placebos – and why doctors should use them more often

The fascinating story of placebos – and why doctors should use them more often

Plato’s cure for headaches involved: a certain leaf, but there was a charm to go with the remedy; and if one uttered the charm at the moment of its application, the remedy made one perfectly well; but without the charm there was no efficacy in the leaf. We would now call… »

06.01.2021

Chomsky and Prashad: Three Major Threats to Life on Earth That We Must Address in 2021

Chomsky and Prashad: Three Major Threats to Life on Earth That We Must Address in 2021

By Noam Chomsky and Vijay Prashad Large parts of the world—outside of China and a few other countries—face a runaway virus, which has not been stopped because of criminal incompetence by governments. That these governments in wealthy countries cynically set aside the basic scientific protocols released by the World… »

31.12.2020

South America begins the process of vaccination against Covid-19

South America begins the process of vaccination against Covid-19

Before the end of the year there will be 11,700 new doses of Covid-19 vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTtech that are already being transported to Chile and will allow extending the vaccination process to various regions of the country, thus completing the first 20,000 doses applied in this 2020. From January on… »

31.12.2020

WHO Chief Says ‘We Must Ensure That All People at Risk Everywhere—Not Just in Countries Who Can Afford Vaccines—Are Immunized’

WHO Chief Says ‘We Must Ensure That All People at Risk Everywhere—Not Just in Countries Who Can Afford Vaccines—Are Immunized’

His comments came one year into the public health crisis and as the U.K. became the first country to approve a vaccine from AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford that is cheaper and easier to distribute. By Jessica Corbett, One year after the international community first recognized the Covid-19 crisis—which… »

28.12.2020

December Deadliest Month in Pandemic as 1 in Every 1,000 Americans Has Now Died of COVID-19

December Deadliest Month in Pandemic as 1 in Every 1,000 Americans Has Now Died of COVID-19

COVID-19 continues to ravage the United States, with cases now topping 19.1 million and over 333,000 deaths. One in every 1,000 Americans has now died from the coronavirus. December has been the deadliest month in the U.S. since the start of the pandemic, as experts warn things will likely get… »

28.12.2020

EMA: recommends first COVID-19 vaccine for conditional marketing authorisation in the EU

EMA: recommends first COVID-19 vaccine for conditional marketing authorisation in the EU

EMA has recommended granting a… »

28.12.2020

Europe kicks off COVID vaccination drive to end pandemic

Europe kicks off COVID vaccination drive to end pandemic

European Union nations have begun mass vaccinations in an effort to put an end to the global pandemic. Outside the EU, the United Kingdom, Switzerland and Serbia have already started inoculations. Vaccinations in the bloc began on Sunday following approval of the BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine by the European Medicines Agency shortly before Christmas. The… »

26.12.2020

Health Equity Should Drive Vaccine Distribution

Health Equity Should Drive Vaccine Distribution

The Winter Solstice, the darkest day of the year, has passed, but the darkest days of the coronavirus pandemic are likely still to come. COVID-19 has killed more than 320,000 people in the U.S., with almost 18 million cases. Deaths and hospitalizations shatter records on a daily basis. While two… »

24.12.2020

Sinovac, Chinese vaccine for Covid-19, to be approved in Chile and Brazil

Sinovac, Chinese vaccine for Covid-19, to be approved in Chile and Brazil

No later than January, Chilean health authorities are trying to approve the coronavirus vaccine produced by the Chinese company Sinovac, according to Heriberto Garcia, Director of the Institute of Public Health (ISP). This would be the second vaccine approved in Chile to be used in the country, after the same… »

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