Research: Public confidence in autocratic regimes has increased during a pandemic

Public confidence in the governments of democracies has plummeted during the pandemic, while support for autocratic regimes has grown, according to a global survey by the global communications firm Edelman, the Trust Barometer. The study shows that the policies of democratic governments in the fight against the pandemic and the pessimism about the economic situation … Read more

This is how the Russian Sputnik V vaccine ran aground

First modification: 18/01/2022 – 23:53 Russia has delivered fewer than 80 million doses of its Sputnik V and Sputnik Light vaccines to other countries in 2021, according to Unicef ​​data. Vaccine developers had initially planned to export doses for more than 500 million people, but have been hit by production and delivery delays. The Russian … Read more

This is the beer that Germans prefer to drink – Pilser sales are shrinking

In Germany, despite the corona pandemic, beer is still being drunk diligently. While a Bavarian beer is enjoying increasing popularity, the long-running favorite has to accept losses. The Hell beer type, originating from Bavaria, is rising to new heights in consumer favor and has even won over the traditional pilsner Veltins helped to achieve record … Read more

After Omicron, is the world heading towards the end of the pandemic?

First modification: 18/01/2022 – 02:47 With the arrival of the Omicron variant and after a 2021 marked by vaccination against Covid-19, more and more voices suggest that growing immunity could lead the world to the end of the pandemic. What challenges are there still to achieve it? Among the scientific community, more and more hopeful … Read more

Changed due to Omicron, this is WHO’s latest prediction about when the pandemic will end

Jakarta – The Omicron peak in several countries has begun to subside, although not a few are still experiencing a spike in cases. The World Health Organization (WHO) has also responded to several allegations that the pandemic will end soon amid the high transmission of the Omicron variant. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreysus stressed that … Read more

Public confidence in democracy has waned during the pandemic, according to a study – Abroad – News

The study shows that the policies of democratic governments in the fight against the pandemic and the pessimism about the economic situation have eroded public confidence in these governments, while public confidence in governments has increased in several autocratic countries, especially China. The study also shows that companies have maintained a high level of public … Read more

The Omicron Threat is Real, Minister of Health Reveals the Fate of Face-to-Face Schools

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Face-to-face Learning (PTM) which has been running 100% in Jakarta occurred in the midst of increasing Covid-19 cases due to Omicron. Minister of Health Budi Gunadi Sadikin stated about the rules for PTM activities. In a meeting with Commission IX of the DPR RI, he said that learning activities in schools … Read more

Covid-19 from pandemic to endemic: “I’ll explain why we abolish restrictions and Green pass in the UK”

Professor Robert Dingwall, former member of the British Government Commission for Vaccinations and Immunizations (Jcvi) and one of the leading experts in medical sociology and health policies, in an interview released today at Everyday occurrence explains why the UK is moving towards the abolition of restrictions and the Green pass. “The plan is to remove … Read more

WHO chief warns: corona pandemic is far from over

©  REUTERS The corona pandemic “is far from over,” World Health Organization (WHO) director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned on Tuesday. Source: BELGIAN Yesterday at 19:21 The idea is that the omikron variant is benign, but the virus “continues to engulf the world. (…) Don’t be fooled, omikron also causes hospitalizations and deaths, and even the … Read more