Why it is essential to vaccinate children for pneumococcus

It’s called Streptococcus pneumoniae. It is a bacterium which, in spite of its name, can help prevent not only pulmonary infections, but also acute otitis media and above all invasive pathologies which can lead to very serious cases, such as meningitis. Recently in Europe the green light was given to a version that protects against … Read more

Pfizer’s vaccine for Omicron, BQ. Antibody large in 1.1 | Reuters

The U.S. pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and the German biopharmaceutical company Biontech announced on the 18th that the new coronavirus Omicron strain-derived BQ. It was more than twice as high as the first doses of the two companies’ vaccines, the company said. This photo was taken in November 2021. (Reuters/Dado Ruvic/Illustration) (Reuters) – U.S. pharmaceutical giant … Read more

‘Pharmaceutical companies avoid responsibility for emerging infectious diseases’

EPA NOS News•yesterday, 17:28 Sander Zurhake health care editor Sander Zurhake health care editor Large pharmaceutical companies hardly invest in research into emerging viruses anymore, despite the experiences with the corona pandemic. This has emerged from research by the renowned organization Access to Medicine Foundation. According to the non-profit organization, investments are not forthcoming mainly … Read more

New guidelines for corona vaccinations – the welfare area must decide who over 18 should be vaccinated – Ostrobothnia – svenska.yle.fi

The new guidelines that Minister of Care Krista Kiuru presented on Wednesday raise many questions for those who are going to vaccinate: who decides who should be vaccinated. The Ministry of Social Affairs and Health and THL, the Institute for Health and Welfare, do not agree on whether a fourth dose of corona vaccine for … Read more

Spain reinforces itself in the face of polio outbreaks in other countries

Updated Tuesday, November 1, 2022 – 16:21 The new cases of polio derived from the use of the oral vaccine that have occurred in London and New York force surveillance systems to take extreme precautions. In our country this possibility is ruled out because “none with live components are being used” A child receives an … Read more

Aspirating the Covid vaccine into a tube glass: the world’s first inhaled dose is already administered in Shanghai

Shanghai Updated Monday, October 31, 2022 – 03:26 A man inhales the vaccine under the gaze of a health worker.PHOTOS: CHINA NEWS SERVICE Immunization China gives the green light to the first intranasal vaccine to encourage immunization in the population over 65 years of age Health Covid zero in China, the extreme never-ending story in … Read more

Aspirating the Covid vaccine into a tube glass: the world’s first inhaled dose is already administered in Shanghai

Shanghai Updated Monday, October 31, 2022 – 03:26 A man inhales the vaccine under the gaze of a health worker.PHOTOS: CHINA NEWS SERVICE Immunization China gives the green light to the first intranasal vaccine to encourage immunization in the population over 65 years of age Health Covid zero in China, the extreme never-ending story in … Read more

What are the Conditions for an Event to be Categorized as an Extraordinary Event (KLB)?

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The number of cases of acute kidney failure in children is increasing. In response to this, the Ombudsman of the Republic of Indonesia asked the government to determine the status of the case acute kidney failure atypical progressive as an Extraordinary Event or KLB. The determination of the outbreak is said to … Read more

Sex as a transmission route?: Monkeypox pathogen discovered in monkey testicles

Sex as a transmission route? Monkeypox pathogen found in monkey testicles By Jana Zeh 10/18/2022, 7:10 p.m People around the world are still contracting monkeypox – including in Germany. It is therefore important to know how the virus is transmitted from person to person. Now there are indications of a previously undisclosed transmission route. The … Read more

Corona cases are increasing in Ostrobothnia – the chief medical officer concerned even though few need intensive care – Ostrobothnia – svenska.yle.fi

The number of confirmed corona cases is higher than in a long time with over 100 confirmed cases from Monday’s tests. In the past, the ascertained cases have been around 200 per week, but the dark figure is large. Peter Nieminen, chief medical officer at Vasa Central Hospital says that the increasing number of cases … Read more