WHO’s Evaluation of EG.5 Coronavirus Variant: Limited Public Health Concerns Amidst Global Spread

World Health Organization examines EG.5 coronavirus variant, finding it no more alarming than other strains.

COVID-19: 3 Years Later, what have we done wrong and what have we done right?

The politicization of the pandemic definitely did more harm leading to mistrust among the general public,

China finally bids farewell to its zero-COVID policy as it opens its borders

Three years later and after so many mass lockdowns and frequent compulsory tests, the Chinese government

Hong Kong plan to reopen its borders to commuters from Mainland China

A strict zero-COVID policy, the city Chief Secretary assured a Jan. 8th as the opening day

FDA approve a fourth COVID booster shot. Here is everything you need to know

The booster shot will be for elder Americans from the age of 50 and those with

Older Americans to get booster Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna COVID shots upon FDA approval

The decision is in place to help older Americans and younger people with compromised immune systems

CDC says Vaccinated Pregnant Mothers can pass immunity against COVID-19 to their newborns

The new findings was based on a research conducted in some 20 pediatric hospitals across 17

Queen Elizabeth tested positive for COVID-19

Hoping the queen gets well soon

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COVID-19 vaccine currently developed in South Africa could take up to 3 years before being approved

Especially if big pharmaceuticals with approved vaccines refuses to share their data and technology

South Africa is seeing more cases of the Omicron BA.2 sub-variant

But authorities are monitoring the emergence while bracing for a possible fifth wave

Symptoms of Omicron subvariant BA.2 likely similar to “original”

The "new" Omicron subvariant BA.2 is said to likely take over from the "original" BA.1 globally

China cities on high alert as COVID-19 cases surge as Lunar New Year travel season starts

The country is aggressively trying to curb the spread of the highly infectious Omicron during the

People residing in the U.S. can now order free at-home COVID-19 tests starting from Jan. 19th

The Biden administration is making available hundreds of millions of these tests for everyone in the

Here is what we know about Omicron symptoms compared to previous strains

Taking vaccines and getting booster shots are still the most preventive measures to combat omicron

Fauci warns against complacency towards Omicron’s mildness

Despite the mildness, Fauci warns that multiple people falling sick could stress the US hospital system

US reports over 1 million cases of COVID-19 as Omicron propels a new wave

Despite the surge, researchers believe that omicron may not lead to hospitalization even though it could

New research shows that T-Cells can fight off Omicron even when vaccine antibodies decreases

Those who once had SARS back in 2003 were found to still have a T-cell response

Xian’s residents are now running out of food supplies as COVID lockdown spans to 8th day

The city's authorities explained that shortage of workers in the delivery industry is the main cause

COVID-19 Drug will be reproduced globally under a UN-backed program

While richer countries are opting to directly partner with original drug developers and make purchases at

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