vaccine

Covid-19 might never have a vaccine just like HIV, dengue: Health Experts

A report states that leading health experts have warned that scientists may not be able to develop a vaccine against coronavirus disease (Covid-19), saying that it has already occurred in cases of HIV and dengue is. More than 100 vaccines are currently under pre-clinical trials and a couple of them have entered the human testing […]

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global economy

China ‘will pay a price’ for causing ‘huge challenge’ for the global economy

Blaming China for the coronavirus pandemic, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said it posed a “major challenge” to the global economy as well as the US economy because they did not have the information and the ruling Communist Party “will pay a price” for it. China has come under pressure from countries around the […]

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WHO

Lockdown Not Enough: WHO on Coronavirus

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Wednesday that the lockdowns being implemented by many countries to counter COVID-19 would not be enough to erase the virus from the world. “To reduce the spread of COVID-19, many countries introduced” lockdown “measures. But on their own, these measures will not extinguish the epidemic. We ask all […]

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Facebook

Facebook is giving employees one month of paid leave to care for sick family members

Facebook has rolled out new paid programs that will enable employees to take a month off from work to care for sick relatives in light of a coronavirus outbreak. “Facebook understands that we are in a region with the COVID-19 epidemic,” the spokesperson said in a statement. “We want to help our people with navigating […]

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Italy

Italy Reports 602 New Coronavirus Deaths in a Day

The amount of deaths from coronavirus in Italy has grown from 602 to 6,078, the head of the Civil Protection Agency said on Monday, an 11% increase but the smallest increase in numerical terms since Thursday, suggesting a pronounced decline. On Sunday, 651 people died. That followed 793 on Saturday and 627 on Friday. The […]

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China coronavirus

Almost 89% of confirmed coronavirus cases in China have recovered

About 89 percent of confirmed novel coronavirus cases in China have been recovered and discharged from hospitals, the country’s National Health Commission reported on Monday. Since the outbreak began in December last year, 72,703 of the 81,093 cases reported in the country have been cured, while there are only 5,120 patients in hospitals at present. […]

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Juventus

Juventus Ace Footballer Paulo Dybala Tests Positive for Covid-19

Juventus ace forward and Argentine international Paolo Dybala has tested positive for coronavirus. Dybala posts on social media and confirmed on Saturday that he and his girlfriend Oriana have tested positive. He declared that he had taken the test last week. As per statements, he is currently self-isolating at home. With this, Dybala becomes the […]

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US Vice President

US Vice President’s Office Employee Tests Positive for Virus

An employee in the office of US Vice President Mike Pence, who is Washington’s response to a coronavirus outbreak, has tested positive for the disease, a spokesman said Friday. Pence’s press secretary Katie Miller said, “Neither President Trump nor Vice President Pence had close personal contact. Further contact is being conducted.” Pence appeared on behalf […]

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