World Health Organization emergencies expert Mike Ryan warns coronavirus could become endemic like HIV while calling for a "massive effort" to counter it.
The findings may explain why men are more vulnerable to the virus and are more likely to die from it.
Scientists are still trying to discover the exact impacts of the coronavirus as deaths and infections continue to rise globally. What started with chills, headaches and fever has now progressed to lethal impacts, including strokes and heart damage.
No one is looking to the US for leadership during the coronavirus crisis. Is this the new normal?
The pandemic has altered our temporal imagination and accelerated political tensions.
The international community must act in tandem to prevent a major food shortage that will disproportionately hurt developing countries.
Shipment sent to the US includes 500,000 surgical masks, 40,000 overalls, 2,000 litres of disinfectant, 1,500 goggles, 400 N-95 masks and 500 face shields.
Rohingya Muslims have been discarded by the international community and are at high risk for contracting Covid-19 in crowded living spaces.
Indonesia has one of the lowest testing rates in the world and some epidemiologists say that has made it harder to get an accurate picture of the extent of infections in the world's fourth most populous country.
The island nation has sent around 1,200 healthcare workers largely to vulnerable African and Caribbean nations but also to rich European countries such as Italy that have been particularly hard hit by the novel coronavirus.
They’re fast-tracking the testing and regulatory review of vaccines with no guarantee they will prove effective. They’re building and re-tooling plants for vaccines with slim chances of being approved
US president has advocated for the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat Covid-19. Results of a Washington-funded study of the drug, the largest yet, linked the drug with more deaths and showed no benefit against the disease over standard care.
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