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14 September

The requirement of vaccination passports as a condition for travel in conditions of a shortage of vaccines is discriminatory. Still, it can be introduced over time, Director General of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a press conference in Geneva. “We do not want vaccination passports to be used as a condition […]

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13 September

The number of cases on the planet has exceeded 224 million. According to the Johns Hopkins University Resource Center, the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the world as of Sunday was about 224.3 million; about 4.6 million people have died. According to the center, more than 5.7 billion doses of vaccines have been […]

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09 September

Biologists led by Yale University professor Joan Steitz discovered that the genome of the new type of coronavirus contains instructions for the production of short RNA molecules that suppress the work of innate immunity genes. Human and other animal cells can produce short strands of RNA that detect the presence and control the activity of […]

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08 September

The United States has allocated more than $ 3 million to study the risks of the emergence of coronaviruses among bats and their transmission to humans, distributing the grant among several scientific organizations, including the Institute of Virology in Wuhan, China, The Intercept online publication writes, citing the documentation it requested. The publication claims that […]

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07 September

The rapid and massive spread of the “delta” strain of coronavirus worldwide can be explained by its increased ability to replicate and reduced sensitivity to neutralizing antibodies. Such conclusions were reached by an international team of scientists whose article was published in the journal Nature. Researchers from India, together with colleagues from Europe and Japan, […]

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07 September

Nanoengineers from the University of California, San Diego have developed a prototype of a vaccine against a new type of coronavirus based on plant viruses: one of its main advantages is heat resistance. Researchers have made two prototype COVID-19 vaccines. The first is based on the cowpea mosaic virus, the second is from a bacterial […]

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06 September

Pfizer has begun Phase 2 clinical trials of COVID-19 pills. The first research results are expected by the end of this year. This was reported by the company itself. Pfizer’s development is still one of the first oral antiviral drugs created specifically to fight the coronavirus. The drug, named PF-07321332, belongs to the class of […]

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05 September

If a person has chronic diseases, then the likelihood that he will get a severe form of COVID-19 is much higher. A new study has shown that people who abuse alcohol are most at risk of contracting a new type of coronavirus. American scientists from Indiana University in Bloomington have analyzed data from more than […]

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05 September

The scientist learned about the virus two weeks before the official announcement of the Chinese authorities. A leading American scientist said that he first heard about the outbreak of the virus in Wuhan two weeks before Beijing warned the world about COVID. Scientist Ian Lipkin denied the official Chinese version of the origin of the […]

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04 September

A new book contains sensational data about the background of the COVID-19 pandemic. The U.S. has funded a controversial virus laboratory in Wuhan, China, where research was conducted to make diseases more deadly. It is claimed that Dr. Anthony Fauci supported these studies. According to the author of the book, the Wuhan Institute of Virology […]

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