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Animal Planet's new documentary will explore effects of coronavirus on animals
'The Zoo: COVID-19 And Animals' will premiere on Sunday.
Donald Trump blames Chinese 'incompetence' for 'mass Worldwide killing'
The early morning tweet, which also referred to an unidentified "wack...
Patients taking HCQ should complete the course: WHO
WHO’s statement came as UK researchers working on the largest randomised HCQ trial called...
Coronavirus: Doorstep screening of Indore residents over next week
Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said on Friday that the coronavirus infection had spread in Indore in February and March, before he took over as CM on March 23.
UN chief: Virus could push millions of Africans into poverty
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned that the coronavirus threatens Africa's progress and could push millions into extreme poverty. He said in a video message launching a policy report on “The Impact of COVID-19 in Africa” that countries on the continent have responded swiftly to the crisis, and as of now reported cases are lower than feared with more than 2,500 deaths.
US leaving WHO would be political win for China: Expert
President Donald Trump is doubling down on threats to withdraw U.S. funding and membership from the World Health Organization. One expert sa...
Mixed opinion by Indian experts on WHO's temporary pause on hydroxychloroquine trial
While some experts feel that after the WHO decisions, country's medical centres will have to take HCQ and chloroquine our of the treatment regimen of COVID-19 patients, others opined it is "not binding" for India to oblige with the decision of the world body.
Hydroxychloroquine given under supervision, side effects can be addressed, says Indian-American doctor
Considered one of the most influential Indian-American community leaders in the US, Dr Bharat Barai alleged that certain people and media are playing with the lives of the people by not presenting the scientific facts about hydroxychloroquine.
WHO calls halt to solidarity trial of HCQ
The World Health Organization said it has halted studies of hydroxychloroquine in its Solidarity Trial after The Lancet published a piece that said a higher mortality rate was estimated for critically ill patients who received the drug, when used alone or with a macrolide.
How five nations in Europe and Asia contained coronavirus
Slovenia, Jordan, Iceland, Greece and Vietnam all have one aspect in common. All are bound by one success story in times of despair. All five have successfully fought Covid by adopting effective and timely measures.
Donald Trump threatens permanent freeze of WHO funding, to weigh US membership
US President Donald Trump threatened on Monday to permanently halt funding for the World Health Organization (WHO) if it did not commit to i...
Donald Trump threatens permanent freeze of WHO funding, to weigh U.S. membership
Trump suspended U.S. contributions to the WHO last month, accusing it of promoting China's "disinformation" about the coronavirus outbreak, although WHO officials denied the accusation and China said it was transparent and open.
Trump threatens permanent freeze on WHO funding in 30 days
Washington suspended funding to the WHO in mid-April, accusing it of being too close to Beijing and covering up and mismanaging the covid pandemic.
China announces $2 billion in virus help at WHO assembly
In a speech to the World Health Assembly, Xi said China had provided all relevant outbreak data to WHO and other countries, including the virus's genetic sequence, "in a most timely fashion.".
China warns US pushing relations to 'brink of new Cold War'
The United States is pushing relations with China to "the brink of a new Cold War", China's foreign minister said Sunday, rejecting Washington's "lies" over the coronavirus while saying Beijing was open to an international effort to find its source.
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