China’s History Textbooks Spark Controversy with Mention of ‘COVID War
The inclusion of the "COVID war" in China's history textbooks has sparked discussions on the pandemic's impact on the country and the world.
Scientists Search for Ohio’s Longest COVID-19 Patient
The search for the longest-known COVID-19 patient in Ohio is ongoing, and officials are urging anyone with information to come forward.
COVID-19 resurgence: What you need to know
Rise in COVID-19 cases, the government implementing measures to control the spread and advises the public to take precautions.
WHO wants proof to trace origins of COVID-19
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus talked about the importance of tracing the origins of the pandemic.
COVID-19 still a public health emergency: WHO
Despite the fact that COVID-19 is still a global health emergency, the WHO admitted on Monday that the pandemic is in a "transition stage."
China state media plays down severity of COVID wave before WHO meeting
State media in China played down on Tuesday the severity of its surge of COVID-19 infections ahead of an expected briefing by WHO.
Hospitals in China are ‘overwhelmed’ because of Covid-19
In more than three decades of emergency medicine, Hospitals in China are 'overwhelmed', Beijing-based doctor Howard Bernstein said, he has never seen anything like this.
Nationwide Covid-19 drill to be held in India on 27th December
Top health officials in India have held a series of meetings this week to assess how the global Covid-19 pandemic could evolve and affect the country, and to ensure that the healthcare system is fully prepared to respond to a possible surge in cases during the holiday season, a covid-19 drill to be held on December 27.
China’s COVID rise not due to lifting of curbs: WHO Director
According to Mike Ryan, the virus has been actively propagating in China since long before the restrictions were lifted.
China eases Covid-19 restrictions in wake of country-wide protests
China is easing COVID-19 restrictions after outrage over the world's strictest pandemic restrictions sparked protests across the country.
Outgoing chief scientist accuses WHO of Covid blunder
The outgoing chief scientist of the World Health Organization (WHO) admitted on Wednesday that the body should have warned the public that Covid-19 can be transmitted through aerosols “much earlier” than it did.
China sets record for daily Covid-19 cases as economic situation turns bleak
China registered its highest number of daily coronavirus infections since the start of the pandemic almost three years ago, official data has shown.