Idaho public health leaders activate “crisis standards of care” amid soaring cases; Global Fund says 2020 was first year in history of fund that key programmatic results on HIV, TB and malaria have gone backwards
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Potential match-fixing has been detected in more than 1,100 sports matches since April 2020, according to research conducted by a global sports technology company. Sportradar Integrity Services, a partner to more than...
Coronavirus live: UK booster shot rollout for vulnerable a ‘chaotic failure’; Covid pass now mandatory for all workers in Italy
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The programme giving booster shots to immunocompromised is floundering, UK charities warn; Italy’s strict vaccine mandate is expected to bring fresh protests and staff shortages
Coronavirus live: WHO experts to revive virus origins inquiry; UK Covid situation ‘quite stable’, says health secretary
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Team of expert scientists is set to revive the stalled inquiry into Covid origins; Sajid Javid says UK Covid defences are working as cases hit 42,776
Coronavirus live: UK Covid response a ‘public health failure’, inquiry finds, Thailand set to welcome back tourists
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Britain’s initial response to the coronavirus pandemic led to more deaths, Commons inquiry finds; Thailand to drop mandatory quarantine for UK and US visitors
Coronavirus live news: Singapore expands quarantine-free travel; free Covid tests ‘could be scrapped’ – reports
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Brazil’s death toll passes 600,000; study finds cases of anxiety and depression increased dramatically in 2020
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Senior health officials who war-gamed the impact of a coronavirus hitting the UK, warned four years before the onset of Covid-19 of the need for stockpiles of PPE, a computerised contact tracing system and screening f...
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The World Health Organization chief, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has announced that a new vaccine against malaria will ‘change the course of public health history’ as its trial run concluded successfully in Ghana, Ken...
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Idaho’s Republican governor, Brad Little, temporarily left the state on Tuesday on government business and his deputy, Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin, immediately began issuing rightwing orders while she was tem...