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New research looks at the impact of productivity loss in contact-intensive industries on US GDP during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The majority of countries in IMF's Global House Price Index saw a rise in house prices over the pandemic. These prices have continued to soar recently.
A study in Australia has shown how many of us have been struggling with isolation and loneliness, unable to maintain close relationships with our friends.
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Here are some some key findings from Africa's epidemic, in addition to what we can learn from these in preparation for future pandemics.
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Dr. Tereze Kasaeva, Director of the WHO's Global Tuberculosis Programme, explains what TB is and why Tuberculosis deaths are on the rise.
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Depression among adults in the US tripled in early 2020 due to the global coronavirus pandemic. It has continued to rise, now affecting 1-in-3 Americans.
Just 2.5% of the 6.4 billion vaccine doses administered globally, have been in given Africa, despite the continent making up 17% of the world’s population.