Although human contraction of fungal infection from plants is not a new phenomenon, the case reported in India has health experts worried about potential outbreaks.
Health authorities and scientists say new formulas are needed to break the super-resistance of mosquitoes in Asia.
The UK Health Security Agency has detected four new cases of monkeypox — three in London and one linked case in Newcastle, northeast England — after registering three cases earlier in May.
Experts recommend that people with a history of allergic reactions should be under a 30-minute observation after taking the vaccine shot.
Pakistanis have proposed numerous hypotheses for their country's seeming ability to weather the pandemic, crediting everything from the young population and the hot and humid climate to unproven claims of natural immunity.
Coronavirus has infected more than 13.8 million people, of whom over 8 million have recovered and some 589,000 have died. Here are the updates for July 16:
Fresh infections surface in western province of Mbandaka as Democratic Republic of Congo's dilapidated health system battles both a measles epidemic and Covid-19.
Even if George Floyd survived Covid-19, he couldn't survive police violence.
Democratic Republic of Congo's Health Minister Eteni Longondo says disease has erupted in a district of the northwestern city Mbandaka, a transport hub on the Congo River with a population of more than a million.
Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention says continent continues to be affected by the coronavirus pandemic with infections in the community spreading fast, particularly in Ethiopia.
The World Health Organization’s suspension of trials due to safety concerns follows endorsements by leaders including US President Donald Trump.
The global coronavirus pandemic has affected more than five million people, with some 330,000 deaths. Coronavirus-related updates for May 21:
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