Flu and Measles Vaccines Could Also Help Flatten the Covid-19 Curve

C.G. Updated:11/01/2022 18:24h Keep Related news Have the up-to-date vaccination record as one more weapon against Covid-19. And not only with the specific vaccine. New work from researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine and the University of Oxford shows that even unrelated vaccines could help reduce the burden of the pandemic. The study, published Monday in “Proceedings … Read more

Australia’s medical crisis worsens, Omicron strain spreads | Reuters

In Australia, the spread of the Omicron variant of the new coronavirus has not stopped, and the quarantine of medical staff who correspond to close contacts has exacerbated the tightness of the medical care provision system. The photo was taken in Sydney last December (2022 Archyde.com / Nikki Short) [Sydney, 11th Archyde.com]–In Australia, the spread … Read more

“Tsunami” Omicron sweeps Lebanon .. and an Indian receives 11 doses of vaccine

The statistics of Corona injuries around the world continued to escalate, and the Omicron mutator contributed to supplying the infection counter, due to the speed of its spread, and more than 301 million cases of the virus were recorded globally. The death toll rose to more than 5 million and 828 deaths in 210 countries, … Read more

the Omicron variant puts the brakes on economic activity

Published on : 07/01/2022 – 13:18 In the UK, December was one of the worst months of 2021 for the service sector. From our correspondent in London, Emeline Wine This is usually the month when shops and restaurants are doing the most business. But December was a missed month for UK businesses, with footfall dropping … Read more

experimental vaccination in a zoo in Chile

Published on : 05/01/2022 – 11:22 Vaccinating animals against Covid is what several zoos around the world are doing as part of an experimental program. A US veterinary lab, Zoetis, began developing a vaccine after several gorillas and tigers contracted the virus in captivity, likely through contact with sick caregivers. And in Latin America, the … Read more

Authorities are investigating the entry of more unvaccinated people to the Australian Open

The investigation is being carried out while Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic is being held in a Melbourne hotel after being denied a visa for not being vaccinated. Australian border authorities are investigating at least two other cases of people linked to the Australian Open who have entered the country unvaccinated, the Australian government acknowledged … Read more

World tennis number one Novak Djokovic, “Novax”, on his way to Melbourne

Published on : 05/01/2022 – 10:58 It is a surprise for many since the Serbian tennis player has never disclosed his vaccine status vis-à-vis Covid 19, but it is an essential condition to enter Australia and participate in the Australian Open. The 34-year-old has announced that he has been granted a medical exemption. This news … Read more