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Update of the CDC's guidelines for dealing with the corona virus: There is no longer a difference between vaccinated, unvaccinated and not validly vaccinated
The CDC updates its recommendations regarding Covid-19. The main change in the recommendations is that from now on those exposed to the virus are not required to be isolated (it is recommended to wear a mask for 10 days and get tested af...
Saudi Ministry of Health call center gets over 8 million calls in H1 2022
Saudi Arabia’s 937 call center received over eight million calls in H1 2022 with a satisfaction average of 89.56 percent, the official Saudi Press Agency reported on Monday.
Pfizer agrees to $5.4B deal for Global Blood Therapeutics
Pfizer Inc. has agreed to buy Global Blood Therapeutics Inc. for $5.4 billion, in a deal that would give the big drugmaker a foothold in the treatment of sickle-cell disease.
Over 8O held in drugs and gambling busts
Over 80 people have been arrested in a four-day anti-crime operation that busted four suspected gambling dens and one brothel and saw HK$100,000 worth of drugs seized as well as 84 Covid restriction defiers fined a total of HK$420,000.
Inside the super-secure Swiss lab trying to stop the next pandemic
The setting is straight from a spy thriller: Crystal waters below, snow-capped Swiss Alps above and in between, a super-secure facility researching the world's deadliest pathogens.
Austria mourns suicide of doctor targetted by anti-COVID vaccine campaigners
Austrian leaders appealed for national unity after a doctor who faced death threats from anti-vaccination activists and coronavirus pandemic conspiracy theorists took her own life.
The World Economic Forum: heroes or villains?
In movies and television shows, we are often exposed to the story of good vs. evil. Typically the plot involves a hero doing everything in their power to stop the treacherous plans of the villain. We watch, we cheer, and we find satisfac...
Amid Monkeypox Surge, WHO Urges "Reducing Number Of Sexual Partners"
"Stigma and discrimination can be as dangerous as any virus, and can fuel the outbreak," WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.
Monkeypox: WHO Says Europe, US Worst Hit In World
Monkeypox: Europe and America have reported 95 per cent of the diagnosed cases, World Health Organization (WHO) Director General said, warning against stigma and discrimination in monkeypox messaging.
Biden tests negative for Covid
US President Joe Biden tested negative for Covid-19 on Tuesday evening, his physician announced on Wednesday. Biden, who caught the virus despite having received a total of four vaccine doses, had suffered only mild symptoms.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation partly funded an Omicron variant study with a surprising conclusion about boosters
The latest Omicron subvariant may be a master at evading the immune response our bodies produce from the vaccine or previous COVID-19 infection, but a new study suggests existing booster shots will still help.
Emergency Committee meets again as Monkeypox cases pass 14,000: WHO
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday reconvened the Monkeypox Emergency Committee to assess the public health implications of the evolving multi-country outbreak, as global cases passed 14,000, with six countries reporting the...
The ‘Dirty Quid Pro Quo’ Between Democrats and Big Tech
The relationship between tech giants and the Democratic party calls into question the motivation behind blocking legislation aimed at regulating social media.
Abu Dhabi Early Childhood Authority, a bedrock for shaping future generations
Since its establishment in July 2019, the Abu Dhabi Early Childhood Authority (ECA) has been working, in partnership with relevant entities, on developing a comprehensive early childhood development strategy for the emirate of Abu Dhabi.
New Umrah season to begin on July 30
The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah announced on Wednesday that the new Umrah season will begin on Muharram 1, 1444 corresponding to July 30, 2022.
WHO says COVID-19 remains a global health emergency
The World Health Organization said on Tuesday that COVID-19 remains a global emergency, nearly 2-1/2 years after it was first declared.
Who might replace Boris Johnson as UK Prime Minister
Some are more of the same: the same crooked politicians that where part of Johnson’s crooked government, and some are clean, honest and not corrupted. members Rivals of Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson have been plotting to replace...
Whilst you were distracted by Boris resigning, the UK Gov. quietly published a report confirming the Vaccinated account for 94% of all COVID-19 Deaths since April, 90% of which were Triple/Quadruple Jabbed
A report that was quietly published by the UK Government, just hours before Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced his resignation, reveals that Covid-19 deaths have risen dramatically among the triple vaccinated population in England ov...
NFT of mRNA vaccine research to go on sale
A new NFT digital asset from the University of Pennsylvania showcases pivotal mRNA research that could lead to life-changing vaccines for COVID-19 and beyond.
Health Minister: Higher number of Hajj pilgrims expected in 2023
Minister of Health Fahd Al-Jalajel expected that the health situation would be better and the number of pilgrims performing Hajj would be higher next year.
Crown Prince stresses the need to tackle price rise
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Deputy Prime Minister and Chairman of the Council of Economic and Development Affairs, has chaired the Council's meeting held at Al-Salam Palace in Jeddah.
One million set to perform Hajj as COVID-19 restrictions ease
International pilgrims will perform the annual ritual for first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March 2020.
Where’s the herd immunity? Our research shows why Covid is still wreaking havoc
‘Living with the virus’ is proving much harder than the early vaccine success suggested, says professor of immunology Danny Altmann
G7 pledges to raise $600bn to counter China’s Belt and Road
The G7 Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment will help finance infrastructure projects in developing nations.
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