WHO will RESUME trials of hydroxychloroquine

WHO will RESUME trials of hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus as experts question studies that suggested the malaria drug raises risks of death On May 25, the WHO said it had paused the hydroxychloroquine arms of its international study on potential COVID-19 drugs  The moratorium came after a study in the Lancet suggested patients who took … Read more WHO will RESUME trials of hydroxychloroquine

Overuse of antibiotics to prevent or treat coronavirus will lead to more deaths, WHO warns 

Overuse of antibiotics to prevent or treat coronavirus despite NO evidence they block the infection will lead to more deaths ‘during the pandemic and beyond,’ WHO warns The World Health Organization said on Monday a ‘worrying number’ of bacterial infections are becoming resistant to antibiotics They said using antibiotics to treat coronavirus will lead to higher … Read more Overuse of antibiotics to prevent or treat coronavirus will lead to more deaths, WHO warns 

The future of flight: Blueprint to make flying safe for the Covid era

Air passengers face the biggest changes to travel since the 9/11 terror attacks – with everyone on board planes having to wear face masks, told not to queue up for toilets and facing limited duty-free sales in airports. Masks, health checks and a limit to on-board movements made up part of the industry guidelines, which … Read more The future of flight: Blueprint to make flying safe for the Covid era

Coronavirus UK: 2m rule STAYS despite calls for it to be halved

Britain’s two-metre social distancing rule is remaining in place, Number 10 said today – despite growing pressure on ministers to reduce it.  MPs have called for the distance to be loosened in line with other countries such as Germany, to save jobs and allow more businesses to reopen.  If pubs, theatres and other hospitality venues … Read more Coronavirus UK: 2m rule STAYS despite calls for it to be halved

Experts admit it was possible Covid-19 was in the UK in DECEMBER

Coronavirus could have been circulating in the UK in early December – almost two months before the first British case was diagnosed, experts have admitted. China‘s official submission to the World Health Organization (WHO) claims the first coronavirus cases occurred on December 8. But leaked Government data, seen by the South China Morning Post, suggests … Read more Experts admit it was possible Covid-19 was in the UK in DECEMBER