“Omicron 5 has nothing to do with the original, the name should be changed”

“Those who have treated and treated Covid-19 in the last 2 years know that Omicron 5”, the sub-variant that is replacing the current dominant strain (Ba.2), “has nothing to do with the original”, that is the virus of Wuhan. To write it on Twitter is Matteo Bassetti, director of the Infectious Diseases Clinic of the … Read more

“Long Covid”. Symptoms, effects on the brain, newborns… We know more about this

This is a matter of urgency and long term. We have it for a long time with the long Covid”,Explain Yazdan Yazdanpanahthe director of the ANRS, which federates research against the virus. This disease affects, for several months, people who have contracted the virus. To mobilize the troops, the ANRS launched a call for projects … Read more

Third of hospitalized COVID patients have a heart defect after one year

The doctoral research of cardiologist Maria Luiza Luchian (UZ Brussel) has shown that a thorough screening of hospitalized COVID patients leads to a better risk assessment for cardiovascular disease in the long term. One third of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 even develop a heart injury after one year. During the first corona wave, doctor Luchian … Read more

Boom of Covid infections and underestimated cases, wear a mask and get vaccinated: Gimbe’s alarm

The weekly monitoring of the Gimbe Foundation raises the alarm on the very rapid rise of Covid cases: “They are also underestimated – comments the president Cartabellotta – now we need to reduce viral circulation by wearing a mask and strengthen the vaccination campaign”. Turn on notifications to receive updates on It took a few … Read more

Covid, incidence boom (+ 62%) and the Rt index returns to growth: nine high-risk regions – ISS monitoring

Incidence of new cases of Coronavirus growing by 62% in a week. And no low-risk regions. These are the salient data of the monitoring of the Italian National Institute of Health and the Ministry of Health on the pandemic. In the draft report twelve regions / PA are classified as moderate risk, while 9 regions … Read more

Fourth COVID dose: Enjuanes: «The fourth dose of the vaccine must be received by the entire population in an orderly manner»

Luis Enjuanes, with the award given to him in Logroño by the Association of Sommeliers of La Rioja. / John Marin The researcher who is developing one of the most promising Spanish antidotes affirms that the population must be immunized every year Luis Enjuanes has become the friendly face of the pandemic and vaccination. Not … Read more

Third of hospitalized covid patients have a heart defect after one year

The doctoral research of cardiologist Maria Luiza Luchian (UZ Brussel) has shown that extensive screening of hospitalized covid patients leads to a better risk assessment for cardiovascular disease in the long term. A third of hospitalized patients with Covid-19 develop a heart injury after one year During the first corona wave, doctor Luchian followed 310 … Read more

The accumulated incidence rises 41 points and the number of admissions for Covid in the ICU and ward increases

data gets worse Covid. The high circulation of the virus is noticeable with an increase in infections, accumulated incidence and hospitalizations -in the ward and ICU- compared to last Friday. In this Tuesday’s report, the Ministry of Health registers 50,235 new positives, 1,005 more admissions to the plant (7,793 in total) and 21 to the … Read more

What’s Up World? Sri Lanka Bankrupt, Europe Crisis, US Recession

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The world is not doing well right now. There are several global events and phenomena that have triggered a sizeable crisis. Worse, these crises occurred almost simultaneously. Starting from geopolitical, economic, to health problems, human activities have begun to be disrupted. So what are the crises that the world has recently … Read more