A Chinese mRNA vaccine against COVID achieves its first approval, in Indonesia

By Stanley Widianto and Roxanne Liu FIGHT/BEIJING30 Sep – Indonesia has announced that it has approved the emergency use of an mRNA vaccine against COVID-19 developed by a Chinese company, becoming the first country, even ahead of China, to do so. The Indonesian Food and Drug Agency (BPOM) greenlit the use of Walvax Biotechnology’s mRNA … Read more

Covid, the pandemic resumes its race: Rt index at 1, the incidence of infections is growing. 5 regions at risk – Monitoring Iss

Thecontagion index Rt average calculated on symptomatic cases, now reached 1.0, therefore equal to the threshold value that determines the average number of people that an infected person risks infecting. A value that hasn’t been seen since last July. This was revealed by the weekly monitoring published by the control room of theHigher Institute of … Read more

what the Meloni government will do on Covid

What will the new government do on the Covid front? From tomorrow no more Ffp2 on buses, metro and trains. But for a month they will still have to be worn in hospitals, RSAs, doctors’ surgeries and diagnostic centers. As successor of Roberto Speranza at the Ministry of Health, Giorgia Meloni seems willing to focus … Read more

Disney eliminates Covid vaccine requirement on most trips to the US

By Editorial PortalCruceros.cl @PortalCruceros Disney Cruise Line (DCL) announced that it will no longer require Covid vaccinations on most of its voyages beginning in October 2022, marking the latest major cruise company to ease its requirements on most voyages to the United States. For the programs on the Dream, Fantasy, Wish and Wonder ships from … Read more

They reveal to what extent and why the Covid vaccine alters the menstrual cycle

According to new research, the women experienced a mild delay in their periods compared to those who did not receive the injection. And it goes back to normal soon. Some people get a headache or arm pain after getting vaccinated. Others may have nausea or swollen lymph nodes. Now, a growing body of research points … Read more

Covid, the bulletin in Sardinia of 29 September 2022

In Sardinia they are 513 the further confirmed cases of positivity al Covid-19 (of which 473 diagnosed with antigenic swab). A total of 3,426 swabs were processed, including molecular and antigenic. Two victimsaged 66 and 78, both resident in the province of Sassari. Hospitalizations are falling: there are patients in intensive care wards 3 (-3). … Read more

Cabinet wants to give 15,000 euros to healthcare workers with lung covid

NOS / Bart Kamphuis NOS News•Wednesday, 17:25•Amended Wednesday, 17:37 The cabinet wants to give an “optional compensation” of 15,000 euros to healthcare workers who contracted covid at work in the first wave of the corona pandemic and therefore have long-term complaints. The allowance is not intended as compensation, disability benefit or commutation scheme, but as … Read more

COVID VACCINE: 3rd dose, what real additional protection?

While several studies have already associated the 3rd dose or booster with a reduced risk of a severe form of COVID-19 compared to no vaccination, the additional protection provided by the booster remains unclear. This case-control study, which compared the results of participants who received 2 and 3 doses of mRNA vaccine and who were … Read more

Covid: Gimbe, leap of infections in 7 days + 34% – Chronicle

Covid infections increase by 34% in a week and ordinary hospitalizations also return to rise, marking a + 4.5%. Intensive care (-14.7%) and deaths (-8.1%) are down. This was revealed by the independent monitoring of the Gimbe Foundation for the week 21-27 September. “After the modest increase recorded last week – says Nino Cartabellotta, Gimbe … Read more