Covid-19 has killed over 3M people and infected more than 140.2M others globally. Here are the latest coronavirus-related developments for April 16:
Vaccine programs have sparked optimism and encouraged a revision of global growth projections for 2021 and onwards.
Human cells grown in monkey embryos survived only 20 days in lab dishes, but some scientists are worried about the ‘Pandora’s box’ the experiment might open
Initial data shows mRNA vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech retain most of their effectiveness for at least six months though further protection remains to be determined.
Covid-19 has killed over 2.9M people globally and infected nearly 138M others. Here are the latest coronavirus-related developments for April 15:
Medical research has emerged that indicates Covid-19 could be triggering diabetes and heart damage in people who were not predisposed.
World leaders and experts say sharing vaccine know-how is the best chance to fight the pandemic. But the industry disagrees.
Several countries and their citizens are opposed to national ID cards on principle - but there are several examples that show it leads to good governance, and this is how the pandemic can help.
Covid-19 has killed over 2.97M people and infected nearly 138M others globally. Here are the latest developments for April 14:
The UK government has courted investments from the Gulf to help boost its economy, especially after Brexit. But will it come at a cost?
Rufaida al Aslamiyah devoted all her life to curing the sick and tending the wounded, and she is believed to have founded the first Islamic health centre in Medina.
Most Asia-Pacific share indexes followed Wall Street higher, with Hong Kong's Hang Seng leading gains in the region, while benchmark US Treasury yields continued their decline.
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