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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has warned there will be more pandemics in the future.
'No way to sugarcoat this': Vaccine equity still way off, WHO says
High-income countries have administered 133 vaccine doses per 100 people vs just four doses per 100 population in low-income countries.
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There is no safe level of alcohol consumption and the risk of breast cancer increases with each unit of alcohol per day, the WHO has warned.
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The Nipah virus has a 40 per cent to 75 per cent mortality rate and there is no treatment or vaccine.
Long COVID now has an official WHO clinical definition
In September, there were more than one million people living in the UK who reported they were suffering from long COVID.
WHO recommends world's first malaria vaccine for African children
WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has called it a "historic moment".
COVID: EMA backs 3rd vaccine dose for people with weak immune systems
The EMA has advised people with "severely weakened immune systems" to get a third dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID vaccines.
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WHO suspends Sputnik V approval process over 'manufacturing' concerns
A regional WHO official said one manufacturing plant for the vaccine had failed to meet the necessary standards.
WHO chief will 'continue to call for vaccine equity until we get it'
Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus appealed again for drug companies to prioritise the UN-backed COVAX initiative designed to share vaccines globally.
Vulnerable can get 3rd jab as Europe face 'worrying' COVID surge: WHO
A further 236,000 people could lose their lives to the pandemic across Europe by December 1, the World Health Organization confirmed.
Are COVID-19 vaccines safe for pregnant women?
Euronews Next spoke to the World Health Organization to find out the impact of COVID vaccines on pregnant women, fertility and periods.
WHO calls for COVID booster jab moratorium until the end of September
The head of the UN agency stressed that "hundreds of millions" worldwide are still waiting for their first dose.
Delta variant of COVID-19 now dominant in Europe, says WHO
The World Health Organization has said that the Delta variant of COVID-19 is now dominant in much of the European Region and has urged governments to step up vaccination programmes.
WHO calls for audit of Chinese labs where COVID was first identified
The World Health Organization (WHO) called on Friday for an audit of Chinese laboratories where the first cases of COVID-19 were identified as part of the investigation into the origin of the pandemic.
WHO calls on the West to donate extra vaccines to poor countries
World Health Organization officials want rich countries to give their extra coronavirus vaccine doses to poor countries that haven’t yet immunised their populations, rather than using them as boosters.
Lack of care for COVID-19 at EURO 2020 final 'devastating', says WHO
The World Health Organization has warned that the coronavirus did not "take a break" during Sunday's EURO 2020 final.
Europe could face COVID surge before autumn, WHO warns
"Last week the number of cases rose by 10 per cent driven by increased mixing, travel gatherings and easing of social restrictions," WHO Regional Director for Europe Hans Kluge said.
WHO issues fresh warning to EURO 2020 fans in COVID-19 pandemic
The World Health Organization says the number of COVID-19 cases in Europe has risen by 10% in the last week.
Painkillers not recommended before a COVID-19 vaccine - health experts
Misleading posts online have suggested that people should take antihistamines or painkillers before getting their coronavirus vaccine, but the WHO has warned against this.