The Regional Secretary of Health, Pedro Ramos, confirmed today that 20 Monkeypox vaccines arrived in Madeira last Thursday (21st of July).
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The World Health Organization (WHO), announced today that there are around 80 confirmed cases of the Monkeypox virus infection in eleven countries, stating that these outbreaks are atypical because they are occurring in non-endemic countries.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) is currently monitoring a new SARS-CoV-19 strain called 'Mu.'
The origins of the SARS-CoV-2 virus has been questioned ever since the world bowed to its tyranny and fear. However, a new hypothesis about the virus's origins will be be released by the World Health Organisation (WHO) on Monday the 16th of March.
José Manuel Rodrigues today (3rd November) confirmed two new pandemic protection changes. The first is that all children aged six years-old and above will be required to wear face masks. This proposal will be voted on at the Legislative Assembly tomorrow.
A study presented and published by the World Health Organisation (WHO), has concluded that less than 10% of the worlds population has developed antibodies against Covid-19, and that “most of humanity is still susceptible to the disease.”
MEP Sara Cerdas has questioned the European Commission about what mechanisms are being developed to enable preparation by European Union Member States for a possible second wave of the coronavirus.
Savoy Signature Hotels has announced that they are set to re-open two more hotels in July following the recent re/opening of the Calheta Beach Hotel on the 9th of June. Following on from this the Savoy Palace will re-open on the 13th of July, followed by the Saccharum, on the 31st.
Today, senior World Health Organisation (WHO) officials refused to answer any direct questions about China's delay in sharing the genetic map of the new coronavirus with them.