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Delay COVID jabs for kids and donate vaccines, WHO tells rich nations
The WHO Director-General warned on Friday that the second year of the pandemic could be deadlier than the first and said vaccinating at-risk groups worldwide should be the priority.
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European diplomats concerned by WHO sexual abuse reports in Congo
European diplomats have voiced serious concerns about how the World Health Organization has handled sex abuse allegations involving its own staff during an outbreak of Ebola in Congo.
COVID-19 was 'preventable disaster', independent panel finds
Most countries were "too slow" in their response to COVID-19, an independent panel commissioned reviewing the handling of the pandemic has found.
Indian COVID variant detected in at least seven European nations: ECDC
According to data obtained by Euronews from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), the B.1.617 variant has been detected in seven European countries.
COVID 'putting millions at risk' of other vaccine-preventable diseases
Global vaccine programmes need protection to avoid mass outbreaks of diseases other than COVID-19, the World Health Organization has warned.
Europe's COVID deaths top 1 million as pandemic hits 'critical point'
Europe is the world's worst-hit region with a coronavirus death toll of at least 1,000,288 on Monday.
North Korea tells World Health Organization it's still virus-free
Isolated North Korea has continued to claim a perfect record in keeping out the coronavirus in its latest report to the World Health Organization.
COVID vaccine rollout 'unacceptably slow' in Europe as cases rise: WHO
More than 1.6 million people contracted COVID-19 in WHO Europe's 51 countries last week — the sixth weekly rise in a row.
UK, US and 12 other nations 'concerned' about WHO COVID origin study
Fourteen countries including the UK, US and Denmark shared their "concerns" about the WHO-convened study of the origins of COVID-19, saying experts "lacked access" to complete data.
World leaders call for WHO treaty to prepare for future pandemics
World leaders are calling for a treaty preparing for future pandemics and ensuring global access to treatments.
Ivermectin not a cure for COVID-19, say European Medicines Agency
Ivermectin is not a cure for COVID-19, says the European Medicines Agency, after rumours circulated on social media.
Global COVID vaccine inequality 'becoming more grotesque,' WHO warns
The US, UK, EU/EEA account for more than 206 million of the 448 million doses of vaccines administered worldwide.
It's a year since COVID was declared a pandemic. Did WHO act too late?
It's been exactly a year since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. By then, the virus was already confirmed in 114 countries.
Europe has seen first rise in COVID-19 cases in six weeks, warns WHO
More than one million new cases of the deadly virus were recorded last week across the 51 countries included in WHO's European region. This represented a nine per cent rise on the previous week.
COVID-19: 'Unrealistic' for pandemic to be over by year-end, says WHO
"Right now the virus is very much in control," the WHO's head of emergencies programme stressed on Monday.
'All hypotheses' still on table over COVID-19's origins — WHO chief
The World Health Organisation's director-general's remarks come after the team visiting China suggested a leak from a lab was 'very unlikely'
Six ex-Soviet states get €40m to help their COVID-19 vaccine rollout
The joint €40 million programme will involve Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova.
WHO: Vaccine manufacturers will have to adjust vaccines to variants
The emergence of new coronavirus variants means vaccine manufacturers need to be ready to adjust vaccines to the "evolution of the virus", the WHO chief said.
What is COVAX and is it helping poor countries get access to vaccines?
Experts have criticised rich countries for buying up COVID-19 vaccine doses as poor countries are left without vaccines in a trend that has continued months after first doses became available.
COVID vaccinations: UK races ahead as much of EU awaits first doses
While the UK ponders a possible vaccine surplus, many people in Europe are wondering when they are going to receive their first doses.