Top stories: Germany launches week-long vaccination drive; US studies suggest vaccines hold strong against Delta variant; South Africa set to ease COVID-19 restrictions.
The pilot bus service in Bangkok, Thailand, will ensure that the elderly and other vulnerable groups are vaccinated against COVID-19.
Dr. Cameron Wolfe, a Duke University infectious disease expert, looks at COVID-19 vaccine booster shots and some key questions to be considered.
Body movement in and of itself is known to have a multitude of benefits, like reducing stress, lowering inflammation in the body and promoting brain health.
A new Ipsos survey shows that a majority of adults in 13 countries believe first doses should be the priority, although most would get a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot if offered.
Top stories: White House announces new plan to tackle COVID-19; WHO extends call for global moratorium on booster shots until end of 2021; Emergency COVID-19 restrictions extended in Japan.
While airport COVID-19 measures might relax, the security put in place after 9/11 will not be following suit anytime soon, writes a history professor.
Top stories: Warning over COVID-19 disruptions to TB, HIV treatment in world's poorest countries; Sweden to ease remaining restrictions; COVID-19 likely to evolve like influenza: WHO.
Top stories: G20 urges more support for poorer nations; Study suggests booster dose of Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine increases antibody activity; European Medicines Agency evaluating data on P...
The pandemic could affect humanity for years to come, so a universal vaccine for every current and future variant would be a significant breakthrough.
Top stories: Britain distributing COVID-19 vaccines to COP26 delegates; Ex-UK PM Brown accuses West of 'moral outrage' over vaccine stockpiling; New Zealand reports first death from Delta...
Top stories: South Korea extends social distancing restrictions; US invests $3 billion in vaccine supply chains; Australia and UK agree vaccine swap deal.
The WHO has identified a new 'variant of interest' called the Mu variant, which was first discovered in January 2021 and has been in about 39 countries.
A new study looked at disease outbreaks over the past 400 years and finds that pandemics - like COVID-19 - are not as rare as people think.
Top stories: Up to 1-in-7 children affected by long COVID – English study; WHO, Germany opens new hub for pandemic and epidemic intelligence; India reports highest single-day COVID-19 cas...