Category Archives: Coronavirus

US President Donald Trump said he could suspend funding for the World Health Organization ( WHO).

According to him, this is due to the fact that WHO made unsuccessful decisions in the situation with coronavirus. “ They made a mistake on many issues, it seems that they took an extremely pro-Chinese position … They did not sound the alarm in time. They probably should have started acting a few months earlier, ”he said. Trump noted that “ WHO receives a

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Russia Opens Criminal Probe Against Satirist Over Virus Video

A Russian satirist said Tuesday he had become the target of a criminal probe over spreading false information after he joked the coronavirus had been created in a secret Siberian lab. “Friends, a criminal case has been opened against me over yesterday’s humorous video in which I’m mocking a conspiracy theory about the coronavirus originating in a Russian lab,” blogger Alexander

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Israel gets antibodies to Covid-19

16:54, 6 April 2020 The antibodies were obtained from blood samples taken from recovered patients and animals. The Israel Institute of Biological Research has obtained antibodies to the coronavirus Covid-19. It was reported by the Israeli website Mako, as Cursorinfo writes. According to media, researchers of the Ness Ziona institute were able to obtain antibodies to the virus, which brings humanity closer

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Ukraine’s PM reports drop in number of new coronavirus cases in past day

15:58, 06 April 2020 A decrease in the number of new patients with the coronavirus is a result of the ongoing quarantine. Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has informed Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky about a drop in the number of newly confirmed COVID-19 coronavirus cases in Ukraine in the past day. “Sixty-eight out of 1,319 coronavirus cases were recorded in

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Spain’s prime minister says Europe needs a new Marshall plan

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has called on the EU to develop a new version of the Marshall Plan to stimulate the recovery of the European economy after the coronavirus crisis. He wrote about it in the article in The Guardian , reports “European truth”. “Europe is going through the deepest crisis since World War II. Our people are dying or fighting

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Twenty Ukrainian doctors flew to aid of Italy, – Lyashko

They will be there for 14 days To help Italy in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic 20 Ukrainian doctors flew, they will be there for 14 days. The Deputy Minister of Health, Chief State Sanitary Doctor of Ukraine Viktor Lyashko announced this information due briefing. If there is a normal epidemic situation upon their return to Ukraine, they will

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Italy and Russia Spar Over Alleged Coronavirus Spies

Italy was engaged in a war of words with Russia on Friday over allegations Moscow hid spies among doctors it had sent to the country’s coronavirus epicenter near Milan. The unusual exchange between the traditionally friendly nations followed the publication of an Italian newspaper story about the purportedly nefarious nature of the Russian mission. The Russians came last week to help disinfect

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Hydroxychloroquine rated ‘most effective’ coronavirus treatment, poll of doctors finds

April 2, 2020 | 6:30pm | Updated An international poll of thousands of doctors rated the Trump-touted anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine the best treatment for the novel coronavirus. Of the 6,227 physicians surveyed in 30 countries, 37 percent rated hydroxychloroquine the “most effective therapy” for combating the potentially deadly illness, according to the results released Thursday. The survey, conducted by the global health care polling company Sermo, also

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St. Petersburg Medics Appeal for Protective Gear as Coronavirus Spreads

Doctors at one of St. Petersburg’s top hospitals have filmed a video appeal asking the public for protective gear as they prepare to admit coronavirus patients. Pokrovskaya Hospital in Russia’s second-biggest city has been repurposed alongside two other existing facilities to accommodate a potential influx of coronavirus patients this week. St. Petersburg is Russia’s third-most affected locality with 156 out

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Ukraine blocks Russian draft resolution of UN General Assembly on combating Covid-19

08:50, 3 April 2020 If the Assembly passed it, Russia could have disposed of international sanctions; however, the document will not be passed, – Ukraine’s Foreign Minister. Ukraine penalized Russia-initiated draft law of UN General Assembly on fighting coronavirus. If the Assembly passed it, Russia could have disposed of international sanctions. Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba posted this on Facebook. “Only Ukraine was

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Over 200,000 coronavirus patients recover worldwide

The global death toll is nearing 50,000. The number of coronavirus patients who have already recovered was 202,935 people as of 06:00 p.m. Kyiv time on April 2, 2020. The data was provided by the Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University. The highest recovery figure was reported by

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Germany’s largest airport will close one of two passenger terminals

Due to lack of passengers, Frankfurt Airport closes one of its two passenger terminals. About it reports “European truth” with reference to Spiegel Online. Terminal 2 and its parking lot will be temporarily closed next Tuesday. The airport explained the terminal’s shutdown as a critical shortage of passengers.  “With the expected reduction in the number of return flights, the volume (passenger traffic)

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Turkmenistan bans the word ‘coronavirus’ and wearing of masks

By banishing the word “coronavirus” from the Turkmen vocabulary in a radical move to suppress all information about the pandemic, Turkmenistan’s government is putting its citizens in danger, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) says. The state-controlled media are no longer allowed to use the word and it has even been removed from health information brochures distributed in schools, hospitals and workplaces, according to Turkmenistan

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Paul Niland: Coronavirus communication failures in Ukraine

By Paul Niland It does not take a genius to understand that we live in extraordinary times. But it seems that Ukraine’s political leaders fail to understand that extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures, and in this, I am not talking about the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic but their failure to communicate to the country what they are

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