A universal patent for Covid-19 vaccine?

« Teams all around the world started making their research on that. Some of them probably spoke too early, and some of them seem to have been mixing up two things: one is the scientific discovery and something else is the production. If The whole world is willing to have vaccine available and administered, then one … Read more A universal patent for Covid-19 vaccine?

Whistleblower Rick Bright Warns of ‘Darkest Winter in Modern History’ if Virus Rebounds

America faces the “darkest winter in modern history” unless leaders act decisively to prevent a rebound of the coronavirus, says a government whistleblower who alleges he was ousted from his job after warning the Trump administration to prepare for the pandemic. Immunologist Dr. Rick Bright, wearing a protective mask, testified Thursday before the House Energy … Read more Whistleblower Rick Bright Warns of ‘Darkest Winter in Modern History’ if Virus Rebounds

U.S. Likely to Get Sanofi’s Covid-19 Vaccine First If It Succeeds

Americans will likely get Sanofi’s Covid-19 vaccine before the rest of the world if the French pharmaceutical giant can successfully deliver one. That’s because the U.S. was first in line to fund Sanofi’s vaccine research, Chief Executive Officer Paul Hudson said in an interview with Bloomberg News. He warned that Europe risks falling behind unless … Read more U.S. Likely to Get Sanofi’s Covid-19 Vaccine First If It Succeeds

“Covid Toes” Could Be New Symptoms Of Coronavirus Patients

Another threat from the lung virus that causes Covid-19 has emerged that may cause swift, sometimes fatal damage: blood clots. Doctors around the world are noting a raft of clotting-related disorders — from benign skin lesions on the feet sometimes called “Covid toe” to life-threatening strokes and blood-vessel blockages. Ominously, if dangerous clots go untreated, … Read more “Covid Toes” Could Be New Symptoms Of Coronavirus Patients

Covid-19 Pandemic Likely to Last Two Years, Report Says

“Covid-19 pandemic is not finished,” Professor Didier Houssin, who chairs the emergency committee on coronavirus. He said several recommendations were made to the WHO, including developing strategy guidance for a safe return to normal passenger travel. The coronavirus pandemic is likely to last as long as two years and won’t be controlled until about two-thirds … Read more Covid-19 Pandemic Likely to Last Two Years, Report Says

U.S. CDC warns of “more devastating” second wave

The director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning that a second wave of the coronavirus in America could be more deadly than the current outbreak. Robert Redfield says an assault of the virus in the winter would mean America would have to cope with two epidemics at the same time: … Read more U.S. CDC warns of “more devastating” second wave

Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID – 19): WHO Update (15 April 2020)

The daily press briefing on coronavirus COVID-19, direct from WHO Headquarters, Geneva Switzerland with Dr Tedros WHO Director-General, Dr Micheal Ryan, Executive Director of the Health Emergencies Programme, and Dr Maria Van Kerkhove, Technical lead, Health Emergencies Programme. WHO Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus said the “United States of America has been a longstanding and generous friend” … Read more Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID – 19): WHO Update (15 April 2020)

Coronavirus: South Korea Holds Biggest Election Since Pandemic Began

South Korea is holding the biggest election since the coronavirus pandemic spread around the globe — and it might spur other world leaders with good poll numbers to follow suit. Surveys show President Moon Jae-in’s Democratic Party of Korea set to win elections for 300 parliament seats on Wednesday, after his government’s popularity increased following … Read more Coronavirus: South Korea Holds Biggest Election Since Pandemic Began

COVID-19 = Influenza? NO! It is not ‘just like the flu’…

Ever since the first COVID-19 reports emerged, so too did questions about ‘whether it was more or less dangerous’ than the flu, and that has left governments open to accusations that ‘they didn’t move fast enough’ during the early stages to prevent what has become a deadly pandemic. Subscribe to RT! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpwvZwUam-URkxB7g4USKpg?sub_confirmation=1 RT LIVE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFAcqaNzNSc … Read more COVID-19 = Influenza? NO! It is not ‘just like the flu’…

1918 to COVID-19: 100 years of covering pandemics | The Listening Post (Feature)

History has shown, time and again, that the role of the media during a pandemic can be crucial, not only to our understanding of the issues at stake but to our survival as well. John M Barry is an American historian and author of the New York Times bestseller, The Great Influenza: The Epic Story … Read more 1918 to COVID-19: 100 years of covering pandemics | The Listening Post (Feature)

The geopolitical battle for the COVID-19 narrative | The Listening Post (Full)

On The Listening Post this week: From China to the US, the COVID-19 battle is as much medical as it is media. Plus, lessons from the coverage of the 1918 Spanish flu. The geopolitical battle for the COVID-19 narrative As they have been isolating their populations to keep the coronavirus contained, some powerful governments are … Read more The geopolitical battle for the COVID-19 narrative | The Listening Post (Full)

Virus-infected Holland-American cruise ships dock in Florida

Two cruise ships with sick passengers on board have docked in Florida after initially being turned away. At least two of four people who died on board tested positive for the coronavirus and another 200 are showing influenza-like symptoms. The cruise ship, Zaandam, and its sister vessel, Rotterdam, came ashore in Fort Lauderdale after days … Read more Virus-infected Holland-American cruise ships dock in Florida

2020/04/02: COVID-19: Facts Behind the Mask / Great Pandemics: 1918 and 2020

— Controversy over KN95 masks at a time of global strain on medical supplies. What’s with the hold-up? — Lessons from the deadliest influenza pandemic of the 20th century in the words of historian John Barry. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google … Read more 2020/04/02: COVID-19: Facts Behind the Mask / Great Pandemics: 1918 and 2020

Great Pandemics: 1918 and 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has quickly spread to all corners of the world. The WHO said the U.S. is now the new epicenter, with over 210,000 confirmed cases and over 5,000 deaths. The pandemic bears resemblance to the 1918 influenza pandemic, the worst in history. The outbreak started in an army camp in Kansas, the U.S., … Read more Great Pandemics: 1918 and 2020

Century-Old Vaccine Investigated as a Weapon Against Coronavirus

A vaccine that’s been used to prevent tuberculosis is being given to health-care workers in Melbourne to see if it will protect them against the coronavirus. #Coronavirus #Covid19 #CoronavirusVaccine The bacillus Calmette-Guerin, or BCG, shot has been used widely for about 100 years, with a growing appreciation for its off-target benefits. Not only is it … Read more Century-Old Vaccine Investigated as a Weapon Against Coronavirus