7 deaths… Health announces Corona’s statement for Monday

01:05 AM Tuesday 03 August 2021 Books – Ahmed Gomaa: The Ministry of Health and Population announced, on Monday, that 560 recoveries from the Corona virus have been discharged from hospitals, after receiving the necessary medical care and completing their recovery according to the guidelines of the World Health Organization, bringing the total of those … Read more

World Health Organization: 3 types of cancer may disappear in the near future

Lung, liver and colon cancers will become history in the coming years, according to experts from the World Health Organization. Experts believe that victory over lung cancer is very close. However, this requires giving up smoking. According to the assessment of WHO experts, people cigarette If he didn’t drink, 90 percent of lung cancer cases … Read more

Delta as the most contagious variant of coronavirus. The study confirmed a thousand times higher viral load

Its authors state that people who become infected with the delta are probably infectious to their surroundings before being infected with the original variant of coronavirus. On average, it takes about four days for the delta mutation to reach a detectable level in the human body, compared to six days for the original coronavirus variant, … Read more

WHO chief in Tokyo: The world is failing to stop COVID-19

He stressed that uneven vaccination could exacerbate the crisis, but added that the Olympics could become a “message of hope” for a pandemic-weary world. “This pandemic is a test that the world cannot stand. More than 4 million died. people and deaths continue. “This year, the number of deaths is more than double the total … Read more

The lowest level in the third wave… Health announces Corona’s statement for the next day

01:28 AM Tuesday 13 July 2021 Books – Ahmed GomaaThe Ministry of Health and Population announced, on Monday, that 879 people recovered from the Corona virus have been discharged from hospitals, after receiving the necessary medical care and completing their recovery according to the guidelines of the World Health Organization, bringing the total of those … Read more

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria can spread through dog food, warns research – ČT24 – Czech Television

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are one of the top ten threats to human health, according to the World Health Organization. They appear more and more often, it is harder and harder to defend against them and they kill more and more people. Most often, the occurrence and spread of these “superbacteria” are associated with the hospital environment, … Read more

In Belgium, a woman died of two variants of coronavirus at the same time. In Russia, the number of infected people continues to increase – ČT24 – Czech Television

Doctors in Belgium they found in a woman a variant of the virus called alpha, first discovered in Britain, as well as a beta variant, which was first identified in South Africa. They believe that the patient became infected from two different people. The woman, who had not been vaccinated, first came to the hospital … Read more

The Olympic Games in Tokyo will be without spectators, the Netherlands reports a jump – ČT24 – Czech Television

In Israel, the number of serious cases of covid-19 has doubled in a week Israel reported over five hundred new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours and two deaths. The spread of the disease is accelerating in the country, the last time a patient died on June 23 due to complications associated with … Read more

The covidpas began to apply. WHO warns against delta, Poland attracts to vaccinate lotteries – ČT24 – Czech Television

Free certificates of vaccination, negative testing or past illnesses have been issued and recognized by all EU countries, as well as Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. The only exception is Ireland, which justified its delay in launching the system with technical problems. Most countries, including the Czech Republic, joined the system as part of a trial … Read more

WHO: COVID-19 is on the rise again in Europe after 10 quieter weeks

“The number of cases increased by 10 percent last week, driven by increasing communication, travel, gatherings and the easing of social constraints,” said Hans Kluge, director of the WHO’s European chapter, at a news conference. The WHO Europe Division has also called on European football championship cities to better monitor spectator movements, including before and … Read more