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Scientists point to risk of new pandemic

Two virus researchers in China are recommending security measures after seven Russian farm workers became infected with a crossover flu virus last year, according to Medical Xpress. In their Perspectives piece published in the …

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WHO study: long working hours are a killer

Working long hours is killing hundreds of thousands of people a year in a worsening trend that may accelerate further due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Health Organization said on Monday. In the first global study of the loss of …

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Lukashenko provides tips to fight Covid-19

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko expressed confidence that in order to fight the new coronavirus, normal nutrition is needed. In addition, the head of state advised compatriots to work harder. Lukashenko made the relevant …

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WHO report says animals likely source of COVID

A joint WHO-China study on the origins of COVID-19 says that transmission of the virus from bats to humans through another animal is the most likely scenario and that a lab leak is "extremely unlikely," according to a draft copy …

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E319 preservative destroys immunity

Researchers from the Environmental Working Group analyzed the effects on the body of the most common food chemicals and compounds and identified a significant negative effect from the use of tert-Butylhydroquinone, or E319. It is …

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Herd immunity to develop in EU by autumn

Barclays Bank experts revealed the date when herd immunity in the European Union will develop. According to their estimations, the population will get herd immunity by autumn amid an improvement in the supply of vaccines. "The …

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Maduro receives first dose of Russian vaccine

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and First Lady Cilia Flores have received their first dose of Russia's Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, Venezuelan state television reported on Saturday, CNA informs. Maduro said he felt …

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