Measles is more contagious than COVID-19, Jakarta – Disease spread measles is currently increasing in a number of regions in Indonesia. This needs to be watched out by the community, especially because measles turned out to be much more contagious than COVID-19. Health expert Prof Dr dr Hinky Hindra Irawan Satari, Sp. A, Subsp. IPT, M.TropPaed said disease measles more … Read more

[국제]US to end COVID-19 public health emergency on May 11

White House says COVID-19 public health emergency will end on May 11 Republicans call for immediate end to public health emergency U.S. declared a state of emergency in March 2020… extended by 90 days When the state of emergency is lifted, personal expenses related to COVID-19 will be covered <!– –> [앵커] The US public … Read more

No indication of higher risk of death after Covid19 vaccination, on the contrary

Statistician Herman Steigstra published a article entitled ‘Excess mortality in 34 countries, vaccine failures?’. Statistical analyzes would show that the corona vaccines lead to excess mortality. Is this correct? Comparing countries with each other does not always give reliable results In the article, the author compares the vaccination rates in mortality rates from different European … Read more

Before returning to classrooms, Health urges to vaccinate minors against COVID-19

Guatemala City, Jan 31 (AGN).- The Ministry of Public Health and Social Assistance (MSPAS) urged parents to vaccinate their children against COVID-19, to prevent the spread of this disease, as they will return to face-to-face classes. We have the Moderna vaccine to administer it to children from 6 to 11 years old. This is a … Read more

Covid-19, AMLITO, anti-smoking law, WHO, Patria vaccine, Morena, Armando Guadiana, Joaquín “Chapo” Guzmán and more

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) carried out the morning conference today Tuesday January 17 live from the National Palace with various topics on his agenda. Hugo López-Gatellundersecretary of Prevention and Health Promotion, indicated that the Covid-19 pandemic in Mexico continues to rise adding up 12 consecutive weeks of increase in cases. The Secretary of … Read more

China’s Covid-19 Deaths Plunge, Despite Risk of Outbreak During Lunar New Year – Bloomberg

In China, COVID-19-related deaths plummeted during the Lunar New Year holidays. This was announced by the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The surge in travel has increased the risk of the spread of infection nationwide. According to the center, there were 6,364 deaths related to the new coronavirus at medical institutions nationwide … Read more

The WHO maintains its maximum alert level on the covid-19 pandemic

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced this Monday that it maintains the maximum level of alert for the covid-19 pandemic, exactly three years after declaring the disease an international public health emergency. The WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus followed the recommendations of the emergency committee on covid-19, made up of experts, which met on Friday, … Read more

Swiss schoolchildren are two months behind due to Covid-19 –

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused schoolchildren to fall behind by about a third of a school year, according to an international study of around fifteen middle-to-high income countries. In Switzerland, this learning deficit is half as small. The gaps are much greater in mathematics than in reading, the authors of this meta-analysis write on Monday … Read more

Dr. Manoon reveals that influenza in Vichaiyut Hospital has overtaken Covid for the first time in 3 years.

Dr. Manoon reveals that influenza in Vichaiyut Hospital has overtaken COVID patients for the first time in three years, raising the case of a 16-year-old student patient revealing that more than 200 people are sick in the same school. Influenza overtakes COVID today (30 Jan. ’23), MD. Manoon Leechawengwong, a specialist in respiratory diseases, critically … Read more

Incidence of flu, COVID-19, and colds remain at epidemic levels in week three

The total incidence of these diseases last week reached 749.4 cases per 100,000. population, when the indicator reached 762.8 cases per 100 thousand in the previous week. population. Comparing the number of cases of influenza, UTI and COVID-19 in the fourth week of this year with the data of the third week, it can be … Read more