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WHO teams visits Wuhan food market in search of virus clues

The mission has become politically charged, as China seeks to avoid blame for alleged missteps in its early response to the outbreak.

WHO team in Wuhan departs quarantine for COVID origins study

The researchers, who were required to complete 14 days in quarantine after arriving in China, could be seen leaving their hotel and boarding a bus on Thursday afternoon.

WHO panel to make recommendations on Moderna Covid vax

The WHO had granted emergency use validation for the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine on December 31, 2020, opening the door for countries to expedite their own regulatory approval processes to import and administer the vaccine.

Biden signs 15 executive orders, reversing Trump’s key policies

His first executive order was launching his 100-day masking challenge, asking Americans to mask up for 100 days.

Gubba to set up more pharma-compliant facilities

In Aurangabad, the company is converting an existing facility to make it pharma-compliant by enhancing capacity.

WHO team investigating Covid origins denied entry to China

Two members had already set out on their journey - one has now turned back and the other is in transit in a third country, the BBC reported on Wednesday.

England team returns to Lanka amid Covid-19 fears

Joe Root's team will immediately go into a secure bubble on their arrival which comes two days after authorities deployed top military officers to help contain coronavirus cases

WHO approves Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use

While many countries rely on their own regulatory systems for vaccine approvals, some countries with weak system depend on WHO's nod to a great extent for rolling out their national vaccination programmes.

WHO warns of scams related to Covid funding

Criminals are using email, websites, phone calls, text messages and even fax messages for their scams

Fake vaccines may hit market: Europol

EU’s law enforcement agency warns organised crime syndicates already on the job

UK reports new strain of Covid

New SARS-CoV-2 variant raises questions over efficacy of vaccines

Vaccine widens the divide

The richest-take-it-all approach in the fight against Covid exposes an unequal world

WHO pre-qualifies Biological E’s typhoid vaccine

Hyderabad: Biological E has said that its Typhoid Conjugate Vaccine (TCV) has been pre-qualified by the World Health Organization (WHO), making the company one...

‘Mission Bhagiratha water safer than RO plant water’

Awareness drive planned in fluoride-hit villages of Nalgonda district from this month

WHO warns countries with falling cases to stay ‘vigilant’

The overall number of global coronavirus cases has topped 61.5 million, while the deaths have surged to more than 1.44 million, according to the Johns Hopkins University.

Foreign policy challenges for Biden

The new regime's success in repairing strained relationships is crucial for the US as well as the whole world order

WHO warns against remdesivir for Covid-19 treatment

The antiviral is one of only two medicines currently authorized to treat Covid-19 patients across the world.

Tipping point

Developments on vaccine front offer a tentative timeline on when it could be available on a mass scale

WHO to set up centre for traditional medicine in India

WHO Director General Ghebreyesus made the announcement in a video message at an event in which PM Modi inaugurated two future-ready Ayurveda institutions via video conferencing.

Europe imposes new virus curbs as exasperation, anger grows

To curb the spike in Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel has ordered a round of shutdowns from Monday until the end of the month.

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