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WHO says the pandemic stage of the COVID-19 virus should be over in 2023.
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US report on COVID origins revives Chinese ‘lab leak’ theory
Three years on, what caused the COVID pandemic is still officially a mystery.
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Critics complain about the major role the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation plays in funding WHO, but who else can the agency turn to?
WHO keeps highest alert over COVID three years on
Three years after COVID was first called a global health emergency, the World Health Organization (WHO) has decided to keep its highest alert over the disease.
Beijing slams EU over mandatory Covid-19 testing advice
Portugal becomes the latest EU country to implement mandatory Covid-19 testing for all passengers arriving from China.
WHO concerned about 'risk to life' in China amid COVID surge
The head of the World Health Organization said Wednesday the agency is “concerned about the risk to life in China” amid the coronavirus’ explosive spread across the country and the lack of outbreak data from the Chinese government.
WHO chief: Lax approach to COVID-19 could create a deadly strain
World Health Organisation Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus' warning comes just months after his announcement that the world was well-placed to handle the pandemic three years in.
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The World Health Organisation has warned of "life-threatening" consequences in Ukraine and estimates that millions could leave their homes as a result.
'We expect 2-3 million more people to leave their homes' WHO warns
The World Health Organization warns that millions of Ukrainians will leave their homes for warmth and safety this winter, with temperatures reaching minus 20 degrees Celsius as the country’s infrastructure is either damaged or destroyed.
COVID-19 and flu cases surge in Europe as restriction ease
Euronews spoke to an expert at WHO Europe as COVID-19 and flu cases increase throughout the continent.
Gates Foundation commits extra €1.23 billion to eradicate polio
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation says it will commit €1.23 billion to the effort to end polio worldwide, at the 2022 World Health Summit in Berlin.
The end of the COVID pandemic is in sight, says WHO chief
"We are not there yet. But the end is in sight," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Wednesday.
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Fears of stigmatising monkeypox have so far prevented public health messaging from focusing on gay and bi men even though they’re the most vulnerable.
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