‘Turn the tide’ across a turbulent world, UN chief urges key development forum

‘Turn the tide’ across a turbulent world, UN chief urges key development forum

“Concrete, bold and implementable solutions” are needed to turn the tide on the many challenges the world is facing, including the COVID-19 pandemic, Secretary-General

‘Country-driven’ approach needed to limit COVID-19 damage to food security

‘Country-driven’ approach needed to limit COVID-19 damage to food security

A ‘business as usual' approach is no longer an option, the head of the UN agriculture agency said on Tuesday, launching a new plan to move past the coronavirus pandemic.

 Countries in the Americas pool efforts to ensure access to COVID-19 vaccines

Countries in the Americas pool efforts to ensure access to COVID-19 vaccines

Countries in the Americas are pooling their efforts to ensure access to treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, The Director of the Pan American Health Organization, Carissa F. Etien

First baby reported to get coronavirus from mom in womb, study finds. Experts say cases are 'exceedingly rare.'

First baby reported to get coronavirus from mom in womb, study finds. Experts say cases are 'exceedingly rare.'

The first confirmed case of a mother transmitting the coronavirus to her unborn baby has been reported in France, according to a case study published Tuesday. Read more

First COVID-19 vaccine tested in US poised for final testing

First COVID-19 vaccine tested in US poised for final testing

Early-stage testing showed the first COVID-19 vaccine tested in the U.S. revved up people's immune systems the way scientists had hoped. Read more

Coronavirus cases in the Caribbean to date: 68,326

Coronavirus cases in the Caribbean to date: 68,326

Confirmed Caribbean coronavirus cases as of today, July 14: Read more

‘Don’t make schools a political football’: senior WHO official calls for data-based COVID-19 strategies

‘Don’t make schools a political football’: senior WHO official calls for data-based COVID-19 strategies

A senior World Health Organization (WHO) official on Monday, called for the question of school reopenings to be included as part of comprehensive, data-driven COVID-19 public healt

Cities and local government must focus on well-being of people in developing countries

Cities and local government must focus on well-being of people in developing countries

While the scale and severity of the COVID-19 pandemic is being felt in developing and developed countries alike, the President of the UN General Assembly maintained on Monday that

Recovered COVID-19 patients could lose immunity within months, UK study finds

Recovered COVID-19 patients could lose immunity within months, UK study finds

Research on 90 patients, healthcare workers at London hospital finds that 60% had ‘potent’ antibody response when infected, but it was only maintained in 17% of them 3

New COVID-19 cases land in St Vincent and the Grenadines

New COVID-19 cases land in St Vincent and the Grenadines

Six residents who returned to St Vincent and the Grenadines over the weekend have tested positive for COVID-19. Read more

WHO Officials Say Coronavirus Antibodies May Wane After Several Months

WHO Officials Say Coronavirus Antibodies May Wane After Several Months

World Health Organization officials said Monday that patients who recover from COVID-19 may be able to get the coronavirus again, adding that studies suggest their immunity may wan

Live Blog: Over 65,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the Caribbean

Live Blog: Over 65,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the Caribbean

Travel restrictions and health alerts were issued earlier this year as the coronavirus (COVID-19), which originated in Wuhan, China infiltrated almost every reg

Coronavirus cases in the Caribbean to date: 65,942

Coronavirus cases in the Caribbean to date: 65,942

Confirmed Caribbean coronavirus cases as of today, July 13: Read more

Women and girls deserve more protection in emergencies, UN rights council hears

Women and girls deserve more protection in emergencies, UN rights council hears

The collective impact of climate change, COVID-19 and conflict mean that well over 200 million people will likely need humanitarian assistance by 2022, the UN’s deputy rights

CO-EXISTING with COVID-19: An Epidemiological Perspective

CO-EXISTING with COVID-19: An Epidemiological Perspective

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought with it many challenges; however, challenges also provide varying and limitless opportunities. The Biomedical Engineering Unit of the University o

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic

An additional 129,657 cases and 3,220 deaths were reported in the past 24 hours, representing a 1.98% relative increase in cases and a 1.14% relative increase in deaths, compared t

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