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This monkeypox antiviral drug may soon be in high demand
Shares in companies that make antiviral drugs to fight smallpox and related viruses have soared as monkeypox cases multiply in Europe and North America.
Monkeypox: What we know about the cases found in Europe and America
Many cases are being found in men who have sex with men, but monkeypox can spread through close contact regardless of sexual orientation.
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How is China’s ‘zero-COVID’ policy impacting European businesses?
Shanghai, one of the world’s largest trading hubs, has been in lockdown since the end of March.
Israel drops all travel restrictions in boost for tourism
Israel is celebrating a "crucial milestone" as it scraps all Covid-19 entry rules for travellers.
How does it feel to be one of the first tourists back in Japan?
After two years of locked borders, Japan will reopen to small groups of “test tourists” on chaperoned package tours later this month.
What are the COVID subvariants we should really care about?
Confused with the Omicron alphabet soup? We make sense of subvariants such as BA.4 and BA.5 and what they mean for the COVID pandemic.
Spain entry rules: COVID tests, vaccinations and masks explained
Spain has extended its entry rules again until 15 June, impacting unvaccinated British tourists in particular.
North Korea mobilises military as suspected COVID outbreak surges
While it's clear COVID-19 is spreading at an alarming speed, there are questions about the accuracy of North Korea's fever tally.
Is needle-spiking spreading across the European club scene?
Reports of needle-spiking are emerging from French nightclubs, months after a wave of attacks were reported in the UK.
North Korea declares first COVID-19 outbreak, imposes strict lockdown
Although the hermit state claimed it successfully kept the virus out for more than two years of the pandemic, experts widely doubt it.
Mysterious hepatitis cases rise to 348 worldwide. Is COVID a factor?
The World Health Organization says there are now at least 348 cases of hepatitis of unknown origin around the world, mainly affecting children.
'Urgent' pressure on US to drop pre-departure COVID tests
There is growing pressure on Biden from both sides of the Atlantic to ease the one-day testing rule in time for summer.
Bill Gates voices concerns over Elon Musk’s future Twitter plans
The billionaire says he has reservations about Musk’s motive for buying Twitter, due to social media platforms' role in spreading misinformation.
COVID pandemic likely caused around 15 million excess deaths: WHO
Excess mortality is the difference between the number of deaths recorded and the number that would normally be expected based on historical data.
Star Wars fans in Taiwan mark 'May the 4th' in costumes
Taiwanese Star Wars fans dressed in their favourite characters walk the streets of downtown Taipei to celebrate 'May the 4th'
Three more children die in unexplained acute hepatitis outbreak
The unexplained cases of liver inflammation have led to at least 17 liver transplants and four deaths among patients aged under 16.
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Europeans have decided COVID-19 is over. It isn't.
In a short space of time, governments have lifted most restrictions meant to contain the deadly virus.