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Scientists using AI to see how COVID-19 might evolve to prepare for future variants

Wellington, New Zealand | Xinhua | A team of international researchers has developed a high-tech method to explore the possibilities of how the COVID-19 virus could evolve to prepare for future coronavirus variants using Artificial Intelligence (AI). University of Waikato researcher William Kelton has been working with international partners from Switzerland’s …

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Long COVID-19 a problem for U.S. workforce

Washington, US | Xinhua |  Charles Gill, 41, a teacher in Pennsylvania, had COVID-19 a few months back. While many of his friends only had symptoms for a few days, his have lingered a few months. “I recovered but I’m still tired a lot,” he told Xinhua, adding that he …

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Global COVID-19 cases surpass 600 mln: WHO

Genava, Switzerland | Xinhua | The number of COVID-19 cases worldwide has surpassed 600 million, according to the latest data from the World Health Organization (WHO). As of Thursday, WHO reported that there have been 600,555,262 confirmed COVID-19 cases globally, including 6,472,914 deaths. The United States has the highest cumulative number …

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No buyers for Africa’s COVID-19 vaccine

Aspen Pharmacare mulls switch to other manufacturing efforts | THE INDEPENDENT | Africa’s first COVID-19 vaccine manufacture, Aspen Pharmacare of South Africa, has been hit by a serious slump in orders that threatens its future. Aspen Pharmacare is producing, pricing and selling its own branded version of the Johnson & …

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Rockefeller launches vaccination network

USD$7.4 million initiative designed to scale up Covid-19 vaccine demand strategies | THE INDEPENDENT | The Rockefeller Foundation has launched the Vaccination Action Network (VAN), a USD$7.4 million learning initiative designed to bolster efforts to strengthen health systems in Sub-Saharan Africa. The locally-led, peer-to-peer learning initiative is designed to engage …

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Menstruation and COVID-19

Survey aims to document unusual periods post-vaccine | JENNIFER COUZIN-FRANKEL | Kathryn Clancy got her first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine in early 2021 and 10 days later found herself sitting uncomfortably in a work Zoom meeting during one of the heaviest periods she’d experienced. “I had what’s often called …

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