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Drugs-related hospital admissions doubled; Figures at ForthValley rise to 600 in last five years. STUART MCFARLANE Jun 23, 2021 765
Armed Forces Weekend cancelled as Covid cases rise; safety fears raised and public health officials requested to call off next week's resort event. HANNAH CORKEN hannah.corken@reachplc.com @hannahcgy Jun 21, 2021 641
Employers can turn the vaccination tide. Marni Pyke mpyke@dailyherald.com Jun 21, 2021 453
Wales' leading public health doctor on the Delta variant and our fight against it; Dr Giri Shankar explained that there are three main reasons why the Delta strain has spread across Wales. By, Mark Smith Jun 21, 2021 1191
Matt Hancock 'kept vaccine data from Boris Johnson before call to extend restrictions'; The Health Minister is alleged to have kept an important Public Health England study away from the prime minister with the report showing the effectiveness of vaccines against the Indian variant. By, Tim Hanlon Jun 20, 2021 533
Matt Hancock 'kept vaccine data from Boris Johnson before call to extend restrictions'; The Health Minister is alleged to have kept an important Public Health England study away from the prime minister with the report showing the effectiveness of vaccines against the Indian variant. By, Tim Hanlon Jun 20, 2021 677
Top scientist braces families for summer of UK holidays ahead of green list update; Public Health England's director for Covid-19, Dr Susan Hopkins told BBC1's The Andrew Marr Show: "I think we should be predominantly deciding to holiday at home this summer while we get all of our population vaccinated". By, Ben Glaze Jun 20, 2021 854
Double jab all over-40s now, urges senior public health director; Children and elderly people will be particularly vulnerable to the virus and further local and national lockdowns remain a possibility. By, Press Association Jun 20, 2021 1009
Health sector top priority of govt: CM GB. Jun 19, 2021 496
Wheaton vaccine clinic to reduce operating hours. Katlyn Smith ksmith@dailyherald.com Jun 18, 2021 364
DuPage County vaccination clinic reducing hours of operation. Katlyn Smith ksmith@dailyherald.com Jun 18, 2021 372
European Union donates 5,800 vaccines to FBiH Public Health Institute. Jun 18, 2021 565
Everything parents need to know as they consider giving Covid jabs to their kids; The Mirror answers all your burning questions in a Q&A with Professor Azeem Majeed, Professor of Primary Care & Public Health at Imperial College London. By, Matt Roper Jun 17, 2021 650
Unprecedented times call for strengthened vaccine confidence. Jun 16, 2021 1101
Sheffield health chief praises decision to delay easing of restrictions; Sheffield's director of public health has welcomed the delay to the easing of lockdown, saying it helps ensure he city does not waste the hard work put in so far. Lloyd Bent Jun 15, 2021 522
Dozens more Delta variant cases identified in Aylesbury Vale; Public Health England figures show cases of the Delta variant in the area up by 81 in the latest week. Federica Bedendo Jun 14, 2021 573
Hertfordshire public health chief warns against easing of lockdown measures on June 21; Mr McManus has called for existing restrictions to be allowed continue. Deborah Price, Local Democracy Reporting Service Jun 14, 2021 578
Help on the way to ease burden of 'society's unsung heroes'. MARK SMITH Health correspondent mark.smith@walesonline.co.uk Jun 14, 2021 761
More than 1,000 people now in hospital with Covid-19; Public Health England said on Sunday that Covid cases are rising in 90 per cent of England's local authority areas. By, Neil Shaw Jun 14, 2021 275
Massive increase in Delta Covid cases in the last four days as it becomes Wales' dominant strain; Public Health Wales (PHW) has now identified 131 more cases as it spreads rapidly in the community. By, Mark Smith Jun 14, 2021 676
Covid jabs more than 90% effective against hospitalisation from Delta variant; Public Health England research found having both doses of a Covid jab is up to 96 per cent effective in reducing hospitalisation from the Delta variant. By, mirror Jun 14, 2021 632
Covid jabs more than 90% effective against hospitalisation from Delta variant; Public Health England research found having both doses of a Covid jab is up to 96 per cent effective in reducing hospitalisation from the Delta variant. By, mirror Jun 14, 2021 731
WHO urges greater community participation to suppress C-19 transmission in Cambodia. Jun 14, 2021 1091
Taiwan ruling party thanks Japan for supporting nation's inclusion in World Health Organization. Jun 13, 2021 185
COVID-19 2nd jab: Fear as first batch of AstraZeneca vaccine expires in few weeks. Jun 13, 2021 923
Professors made OBEs for role in Covid fight. CRAIG PATON Jun 12, 2021 1195
Professors made OBEs for Covid endeavour. CRAIG PATON Jun 12, 2021 1197
'Neck and neck' in race against variant; HEALTH CHIEF SAYS VACCINATIONS KEY TO HALTING 'DELTA' SPREAD. JOHN GREENWOOD Local Democracy Reporting Service editorial@examiner.co.uk @examiner Jun 12, 2021 557
Apology after people turned away from Covid-19 surge testing site in Todmorden; Public health experts in Calderdale have apologised to people who were turned away after surge testing was launched due to concerns about the spread of the Delta variant of Covid-19. Ian Hirst Jun 11, 2021 306
Covid Scotland: Row over Public Health Scotland 'shielding ministers' sign of 'control freakery' from SNP; A key government agency leading on the publication of Covid-19 statistics has become embroiled in row after it emerged one of its duties is to reportedly protect the reputation of Scottish Government ministers. Conor Matchett Jun 11, 2021 577
No surge testing in Leeds despite spike in Covid-19 Delta variant cases; Surge testing is not being rolled out in Leeds despite a recent spike in cases of the Delta variant of Covid-19. Nathan Hyde Jun 11, 2021 622
Health chiefs launch vaccine push in five Sunderland areas with lowest take-up; Public health experts are planning a Covid-19 vaccine push to increase uptake of the jab in five wards on Wearside. Chris Binding Jun 11, 2021 564
Plans to move Covid-19 testing site in Sunderland to improve accessibility; Plans to close a Covid-19 testing site and relocate it north of the River Wear have been revealed by public health bosses. Chris Binding Jun 11, 2021 560
Stay alert to CV19, appeals Public Health Agency; The Public Health Agency's Director of Public Health has appealed to residents of the Causeway Coast and Glens area to do all they can to protect themselves and others as the pandemic continues. Una Culkin Jun 11, 2021 665
Third of A&E Delta variant patients had received at least one Covid vaccine dose; Public Health England figures show that 1,234 people went to A&E in England with the Delta coronavirus variant, however more than 300 of those patients had already had either their first or second jabs. By, Matthew Dresch Jun 11, 2021 596
Over Rs 4b to be spent on six public health engineering schemes in Muzaffargarh. Jun 11, 2021 180
Apology after people turned away from Covid-19 surge testing site despite concerns over Delta variant; Public health experts in Calderdale have apologised to people who were turned away after surge testing was launched due to concerns about the spread of the Delta variant of Covid-19. Nathan Hyde Jun 11, 2021 306
Nine in 10 African countries set to miss urgent COVID-19 vaccination goal. Jun 10, 2021 731
Derbyshire public health chief issues statement as Covid cases continue to rise in part of county; People who live or work in the Glossopdale area are being urged to remain vigilant as coronavirus cases continue to rise - including the Delta variant first found in India which spreads more easily. Michael Broomhead Jun 10, 2021 541
JCDecaux Oman joins forces with Muscat Municipality in a public health campaign. By: Times News Service Jun 10, 2021 225
Stop politicizing health issues. Jun 10, 2021 1252
Health equilibrium. Jun 10, 2021 861
Celebrate Pride but fight too for health equality in LGBTQIA+ community; As Covid-19 cases begin to dwindle, there is another public health issue that is not often spoken about. Marina Politis Jun 10, 2021 575
Pandemic shows global need to take public health seriously: WCM-Q study. Jun 10, 2021 474
Young people urged to book jabs; public health director tells of rise across city. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@ncjmedia.co.uk Jun 10, 2021 539
Covid Scotland: Nation 'will still be facing public health emergency in September', says John Swinney; Scotland will still be facing a public health emergency in September, Covid recovery secretary John Swinney has told MSPs. Jane Bradley Jun 9, 2021 608
How employers can turn the vaccination tide. Marni Pyke mpyke@dailyherald.com Jun 9, 2021 601
How employers can turn the vaccination tide Work: Health departments ready to bring vaccine to employers. Marni Pyke mpyke@dailyherald.com Jun 9, 2021 601
How employers can turn the tide of COVID-19 vaccinations. Marni Pyke mpyke@dailyherald.com Jun 9, 2021 601
Six-fold increase in Covid cases over a fortnight in Oxfordshire - but figures for Cherwell and Banbury areas continue to remain lowest in the county; Public health officials for Oxfordshire County Council have seen a six-fold increase in Covid cases across the county over the two week period from May 21 to June 4. Matt Elofson Jun 9, 2021 605
Euro 2020 fan zone: 'It's definitely not without risks and it's too late to introduce mandatory testing', says Linda Bauld on the Glasgow Green football event; With only days left until the Euros kick off, a public health expert from Edinburgh has warned that the fan zone in Glasgow is 'definitely not without risks.'. Hannah Brown Jun 9, 2021 639
Linux Foundation Public Health unveils the Global COVID Certificate Network (GCCN) to facilitate safe and free movement during the COVID pandemic. Jun 9, 2021 229
Linux Foundation Public Health unveils the Global COVID Certificate Network (GCCN) to facilitate safe and free movement during the COVID pandemic. Jun 9, 2021 230
Here's a breakdown of where Covid-19 cases are rising and falling across Dacorum; Figures from Public Health England show a breakdown of coronavirus cases in Dacorum for seven days up to June 3. Holly Patel Jun 9, 2021 303
Reform or Revolution in Global Health? Jun 9, 2021 779
Vaccines work. All of them. Jun 8, 2021 1247
COVID-19 vaccination disparity raises vexed questions of ethics and economics. Cornelia Meyer Jun 8, 2021 1376
Top doctor at Blackpool Victoria Hospital says vaccine works against Indian variant with no positive patients despite surge in community infection rate; Blackpool's Covid community infection rate has trebled in the space of a week, from 29.4 cases per 100,000 people in the seven days to May 27 to 92.5 in the seven days to June 3, Public Health England figures showed. Michael Holmes Jun 8, 2021 210
Health chiefs backing jabs and testing to beat rise in Northamptonshire Covid-19 cases; 'We've seen how this can escalate very rapidly, we need to keep it under control," warns Public Health director. Kevin Nicholls Jun 8, 2021 541
Lancashire declared a Covid "enhanced response area" - this is what it means; A blanket rollout of the Covid vaccine to all over-18s in Lancashire will not form part of the shift to most of the county being declared a Covid "enhanced response area". Paul Faulkner Jun 8, 2021 656
Food safety and public health interlinked' says food minister. Jun 7, 2021 199
Hundreds of children hospitalised in the East Riding from injuries, according Public Health England data; Hundreds of children were admitted to hospital with injuries in the East Riding in just one year, figures reveal. Jun 7, 2021 252
Covid: How many cases of Indian variant detected in Sunderland according to Public Health England data; Public Health England have confirmed the number of cases of the Indian coronavirus variant that have been recorded in Sunderland. Georgina Cutler Jun 7, 2021 444
13 English councils breach WHO 5% threshold for positive Covid tests ahead of planned 21 June lockdown end date; More than a dozen council areas in England have surpassed a safe limit on Covid test positivity rates set by the World Health Organisation (WHO) for governments considering relaxing lockdowns. Harriet Clugston Jun 7, 2021 958
Global health governance from grassroots. Jun 7, 2021 907
SHADOWS ACROSS THE LAND: Current CFR dominance over government, media, think tanks, foundations, public health, and industry. Gomez, Christian Cover story Jun 7, 2021 5352
Perak Health Dept: Over 90pc of dialysis patients completed Covid-19 vaccine due to outreach programme. Jun 6, 2021 173
Why city is lagging in vaccinations; PUBLIC HEALTH CHIEF EXPLAINS REASONS FOR ISSUE. Daniel Holland Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jun 6, 2021 729
Tackling inequity in COVID-19 vaccine distribution. Jun 5, 2021 815
More than half of region's Covid cases known to be 'Delta' strain, says public health chief. DANIEL HOLLAND Reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jun 5, 2021 637
Fighting Against COVID-19 with One Health Concept. Inci, Abdullah; Sozdutmaz, Ibrahim; Kilic, Aysegul Ulu Editorial Jun 5, 2021 1923
How many need to get infected before the government acts? LOCAL LEADERS TELL OF FRUSTRATIONS AS RATES RISE. CHARLOTTE COX Jun 4, 2021 990
Provision of public health services is a fundamental right of every member of society: Dr. Hafeez-ur-Rehman. Jun 4, 2021 163
'No benefit' to keeping Lancashire's schools closed for Covid circuit breaker after half term; Lancashire's public health boss says that a union proposal for the county's schools to remain closed for a week of home-learning after the current half term break would "not make much difference" to the spread of Covid in the county. Paul Faulkner Jun 4, 2021 383
'No benefit' to keeping Preston, Chorley and South Ribble schools closed for Covid circuit breaker after half term; Lancashire's public health boss says that a union proposal for the county's schools to remain closed for a week of home-learning after the current half term break would "not make much difference" to the spread of Covid in the county. Paul Faulkner Jun 4, 2021 430
Number of confirmed Indian variant cases in Aylesbury Vale revealed; Latest figures from Public Health England published. Patrick Jack Jun 4, 2021 538
Preston's case rate for Indian variant approaches new landmark; Public Health England statistics for Delta variant revealed. Mike Hill Jun 4, 2021 537
Delta strain now accounts for more than half of all covid cases in the North East, says health chief; More than half of all covid cases in the North East are from the now dominant Delta strain, a public health boss has revealed. Daniel Holland Jun 4, 2021 353
Closing the vaccination gap. Jun 3, 2021 908
What 2.9 million doses? We don't even have enough supply of Covid-19 vaccine, says Selangor. Jun 3, 2021 406
UK illegally detained asylum seekers in "squalid, appalling" ex-Army barracks; Napier Barracks, near Folkestone in Kent, has been used to house hundreds of asylum seekers, despite the Home Office being warned by Public Health England that it was unsuitable. By, Jess Glass Jun 3, 2021 1380
Don't fall foul of the Covid fraud crackdown - Catherine Feechan; As the UK emerges from the worst public health crisis in living memory, some businesses could find themselves facing criminal charges, fines and penalties, as the Government turns its attention to tackling Covid fraud. Catherine Feechan Jun 3, 2021 546
Animation launched to help prevent kids choking; In advance of Child Safety Week (June 7-13), the Public Health Agency (PHA), in association with partners involved in the delivery of the Home Accident Prevention Strategy in Northern Ireland, have developed an animation to warn parents and guardians of potential choking hazards for young children and provide practical advice on what to do if your child chokes. Jun 3, 2021 520
Covid rates almost triple across Oxfordshire - but Banbury continues to be classed as 'nearly Covid-free' People in Oxfordshire are being urged to continue to follow public health guidance as the number of cases in the county have risen significantly in recent days. Matt Elofson Jun 3, 2021 648
Derry COVID-19 positivity falls week-on-week to 4.5%; The Derry and Strabane COVID-19 positivity rate has fallen again week-on-week, according to the latest Public Health Agency's Weekly Epidemiological Bulletin. Kevin Mullan Jun 3, 2021 156
We need to close the vaccination gap. Jun 2, 2021 943
Nicola Sturgeon's government should prioritise Scotland's mental health emergency over independence - Alex Cole-Hamilton MSP; On Monday, a national campaign was launched by those impacted by a public health problem that is noticeably more acute in Scotland. Alex Cole-Hamilton Jun 2, 2021 618
Chinese Sinovac vaccine approved by World Health Organization. Xinhua News Agency Jun 2, 2021 346
Dr Noor Hisham: Malaysia committed to combating Covid-19 with WHO member states in Western Pacific region. Jun 1, 2021 326
UK must give poorer countries jabs to stop millions dying and new variants, WHO says; Top WHO officials warn a 'dangerous gap' is emerging between rich and poor countries that could create a 'two track' pandemic and room for new mutant variants to spring up. By, Patrick Daly & Talia Shadwell Jun 1, 2021 898
What should be done to benefit from primary Health Care. Jun 1, 2021 860
North West reaches "incredible milestone" with 7 million Covid jabs administered in region; More than seven million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in the North West of England, as the UK's vaccination programme continues at unprecedented pace and scale. Matthew Calderbank Jun 1, 2021 1008
WHO chief pushes for pandemic treaty at World Health Assembly. Jun 1, 2021 479
A Christian Perspective on New Zealand's Response to COVID-19. Jones, D. Gareth Jun 1, 2021 8272
Queensland's ratios save lives and money: New research published in The Lancet shows the Queensland public health system has benefited greatly clinically and economically--from nurse-to-patient ratios. Jun 1, 2021 677
Sense-Making, Mutual Learning and Cognitive Shifts When Applying Systems Thinking in Public Health - Examples From Sweden: Comment on "What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners' Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health". Nystrom, Monica E.; Tolf, Sara; Strehlenert, Helena Jun 1, 2021 3535
Improving the Rural-Urban Balance in Cambodia's Health Services. Kobashi, Yurie; Chou, Kimhab; Slaiman, Novy; Neun, Phannoch; Hayashi, Yoshifumi; Tsubokura, Masaharu Letter to the editor Jun 1, 2021 1642
Twenty-Year Public Health Impact of 7--and 13-Valent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccines in US Children. Wasserman, Matt; Chapman, Ruth; Lapidot, Rotem; Sutton, Kelly; Dillon-Murphy, Desmond; Patel, Shreey Report Jun 1, 2021 6383
Increased Incidence of Antimicrobial-Resistant Nontyphoidal Salmonella Infections, United States, 2004-2016. Medalla, Felicita; Gu, Weidong; Friedman, Cindy R.; Judd, Michael; Folster, Jason; Griffin, Patricia Report Jun 1, 2021 7108
Melioidosis in Children, Brazil, 1989-2019. Lima, Rachel Ximenes Ribeiro; Rolim, Dionne Bezerra Report Jun 1, 2021 2241
Molecular Characterization and Antimicrobial Resistance in Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Nunavut Region of Inuit Nunangat, Canada, 2018-2019. Singh, Ameeta E.; Pawa, Jasmine; Kulleperuma, Kethika; Prasad, Errol; Marchand, Sonia; Dionne, K.; T Report Jun 1, 2021 2298
The initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the diagnosis of new cancers at a large pathology laboratory in the public health sector, Western Cape Province, South Africa. van Wyk, A.C.; de Jager, L.J.; Razack, R.; van Wyk, S.S.; Kleinhans, W.; Simonds, H.M.; Schubert, P. Report Jun 1, 2021 4478
Close Covid-19 vaccination gap. May 31, 2021 621
People in Wales to be offered third Covid 'booster' jab as part of trial; Public Health Wales is recruiting over 30s who have had two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine to take part in this world-first research study. By, Mark Smith May 31, 2021 791
Azerbaijani president addresses 74th session of World Health Assembly. May 31, 2021 683
Covid pandemic response key to cutting crime, says Scottish expert; Crime could be dramatically reduced in Scotland if the justice system considered it a public health issue, according to the woman who helped to tackle Glasgow's knife culture. Gina Davidson May 31, 2021 627
June 'too early' to lift coronavirus restrictions, says Scottish public health expert; A public health expert has said next month is "too early" to lift all coronavirus restrictions. Angus Howarth May 30, 2021 297
Full investigation 'must be allowed' into China Covid laboratory leak claims, says UK vaccines minister; The World Health Organisation (WHO) must be allowed to fully investigate the origins of the Covid pandemic, the UK's vaccines minister has said. Tom Pilgrim May 30, 2021 574
A Proposal to End the COVID-19 Pandemic. May 30, 2021 931
Rapid detection of ceftriaxone resistance in clinical isolates of extensively drug resistant Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi. Satti, Muhammad Luqman; Hanif, Faisal; Hussain, Ashfaq; Nadeem, Saman; Younis, Faryal; Zehra, Nadia Report May 30, 2021 1481
Petition for mass vaccinations using all Malaysia's private and public clinics, hospitals passes 25,000 signatures. May 30, 2021 426
Trend of measles in Turkey: A retrospective secondary data analysis. Sahinoz, Turgut; Sahinoz, Saime; Kaya, Nahsan Report May 29, 2021 984
Coronravirus in Scotland: Expert warns of difficulty of increasing restrictions in high case rate areas; Moving parts of Scotland in level two of coronavirus restrictions with high case rates to higher levels would be "difficult", a public health expert has said. Beth Murray May 29, 2021 415
Coronavirus latest: 29 new cases and zero deaths reported in Luton today; 29 new instances of coronavirus and zero deaths have been recorded in Luton today (Saturday) according to Public Health England figures. Stewart Carr May 29, 2021 300
Just two fully vaccinated people have died after contracting Indian Covid variant; Figures from Public Health England suggest that vaccines are proving effective at preventing serious illness and deaths as a result of contracting the mutant strain. By, Dave Burke May 29, 2021 642
LCC, Globe present Lab on Resilient Public Health Systems. May 28, 2021 267
More than 100 cases of new Thai Covid strain detected in UK as Indian variant surges; Known as VUI-21MAY-02 (C.36.3), the variant was first detected in Thailand in people who had travelled from Egypt and has now arrived in the UK, Public Health England confirmed. By, Milo Boyd May 28, 2021 364
Nottinghamshire Covid rates drop on last week - but parts of the county still above national average; The Covid infection rate has fallen slightly in terms of new confirmed cases in Nottinghamshire, although areas of the county remain worryingly high - and with the ongoing spectre of the Indian variant looming over residents, public health leaders are continuing to urge caution. Andy Done-Johnson May 28, 2021 512
Nottinghamshire Covid rates drop on last week - but parts of the county still above national average; The Covid infection rate has fallen slightly in terms of new confirmed cases in Nottinghamshire, although areas of the county remain worryingly high - and with the ongoing spectre of the Indian variant looming over residents, public health leaders are continuing to urge caution. Andy Done-Johnson May 28, 2021 565
EU committed to closing the vaccination gap. Josep Borrell May 28, 2021 1003
Sewage could be used to identify new Covid strains; 'EARLY WARNING SYSTEM' WOULD AID THE AREA'S PUBLIC HEALTH TEAMS. DAVID IRWIN Local Democracy Reporter May 28, 2021 434
Derry COVID-19 positivity falls week-on-week to 5.1% - the joint highest in the north with Mid Ulster; The Derry and Strabane COVID-19 positivity rate has fallen week-on-week, according to the latest Public Health Agency's Weekly Epidemiological Bulletin. Kevin Mullan May 28, 2021 185
Inside Africa's drive to boost medicines and vaccine manufacturing. May 27, 2021 1022
PharmAccess, WHO, call for increased funding for Nigeria's health sector. May 27, 2021 491
Schoolkids and parents to be tested for Covid; director of public health announces plan to help reduce infection rates. TONY EARNSHAW Local Democracy Reporting Service @LDRTONY May 27, 2021 714
World Health Assembly rejects Taiwan-related proposal. May 27, 2021 466
The Greater Good? Higher ed leaders work to balance public health and wellness guidance with community concerns about vaccines. Arnett, Autumn A. May 27, 2021 1302
Borough's public health director confirms 'there's no local lockdo s s lockdown'. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com May 26, 2021 855
Rebuilding for Resiliency: How Puerto Rico's Environmental Health Department Managed Several Public Health Emergencies and Emerged Stronger. Lopez, Raymond J.; Sanchez, Aura Ortiz Column May 26, 2021 1234
'No non-essential travel in and out of North Tyneside' government advice contradicts public health director's comments. HANNAH GRAHAM, KATIE COLLINGS AND DAN HOLLAND hannah.graham@reachplc.com May 25, 2021 587
'War economy' needed to coronavirus vaccines: UN chief. May 25, 2021 1035
War economy needed to coronavirus vaccines: UN chief. May 25, 2021 990
COVID Economics 101. Estacio, Ted May 25, 2021 644
Should you really take off your mask after being vaccinated? Salvana, Edsel Maurice T. May 25, 2021 1098
Qatar supports countries and organisations in combating Covid-19 pandemic: minister. May 25, 2021 641
Health Minister elected World Health Assembly vice-president. May 24, 2021 445
Minister of Public Health elected as Vice-President of World Health Assembly. May 24, 2021 541
New flight curbs to protect public health. May 24, 2021 330
WHO backs Philippine government's 'brand agnostic' policy. May 24, 2021 1049
WHO backs vaccine brand-blind policy. May 24, 2021 1231
Fauci Considers Gun Violence a "Public Health Emergency". Krey, Patrick May 24, 2021 260
Developed World paid heavy price for ignoring Public Health, arrogance and over confidence in provision of quality healthcare to its people. May 23, 2021 1095
'Triple mutant' Covid variant identified in the UK with 'strange gene combination'; Public Health England is investigating the new variant with 49 cases found so far mainly in Yorkshire and Humber while people are being told not to be alarmed by it. By, Tim Hanlon May 22, 2021 517
World Health Assembly set to rule on Taiwan's participation. May 22, 2021 326
Diplomatic allies back Taiwan's participation in World Health Assembly. May 21, 2021 240
Sharing needles & the damage done; NARCOS Scotland HEROIN HELL & AIDS EPIDEMIC Edinburgh was faced with a public health emergency that saw the city labelled Europe's AIDS capital JANE HAMILTON CRIME REPORTER. May 21, 2021 1296
Profiteering in pandemic leads to glaring vaccine inequity. Ranvir S. Nayar May 21, 2021 1139
China's proposals point direction for anti-pandemic efforts. Xinhua News Agency May 21, 2021 530
Update to U.S. Selected Practice Recommendations for Contraceptive Use: Self-Administration of Subcutaneous Depot Medroxyprogesterone Acetate. Curtis, Kathryn M.; Nguyen, Antoinette; Reeves, Jennifer A.; Clark, Elizabeth A.; Folger, Suzanne G. May 21, 2021 2799
London City Airport receives CAA and Public Health England accreditation for new health measures. May 20, 2021 338
World Health Assembly to focus on ending Covid-19. May 20, 2021 647
Ethiopia's Tigray crisis 'horrific', says World Health Organization chief. May 19, 2021 310
Public urged not to get Sinopharm if they took AstraZeneca jab. May 19, 2021 371
Public health official urges caution amid relaxation. May 18, 2021 200
Public health official urges caution amid the latest relaxation of rules. May 18, 2021 200
GMB's Adil Ray fears India covid variant could get 'out of control'; A director of public health has said that rising cases are unlikely to lead to increased deaths and hospital admissions. By, Max Channon May 18, 2021 308
Why are people not getting the Covid vaccine? 8 key questions answered; Azeem Majeed, professor of primary care and public health at Imperial College London, answers eight key questions from why it is not safe to wait to just how rare blood clots are. By, Matt Roper May 18, 2021 605
No lockdown necessary for Bangkok: Public Health Minister. May 18, 2021 168
Ebola heroes ask rich countries to support global vaccination. May 18, 2021 761
'It's been a privilege to witness the success' Two million people in Wales have now received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. But what are the factors that have defined Wales' strategy? Dr Anthony Hill, a public health specialist and educator, looks at how the programme has been conducted to date. May 17, 2021 999
Vaccine champions: Doctor to the Barrio cites challenges faced by isolated areas. May 17, 2021 848
Virus is still a real threat, warn public health chiefs. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@ncjmedia.co.uk May 15, 2021 611
Police in Glasgow concerned about public health as they move crowds of Rangers fans to George Square; Police Scotland has released a statement on concerns for public health as Rangers fans gather in large crowds to celebrate their team's cup victory. Rachel Mackie May 15, 2021 452
Tour du Rwanda 2021: Loud statement of sound public health system and civility. May 15, 2021 1126
'Let us vaccinate as we see fit': Lancashire public health boss speaks out over Indian variant; Lancashire County Council's director of public health has appealed to be given the "freedom to act" to tackle the Indian variant of Covid in the region by increasing the rate at which the population is vaccinated in some areas. Paul Faulkner May 14, 2021 894
Indian variant in Bedford: Town 'now back to where it was in October and November' after new virus version arrives; Public health chiefs in Bedford believe the borough is now back to where it was in October and November after a new, more catchable, form of covid unleashed itself on town. May 14, 2021 470
'Covid is still circulating in Sunderland' public health boss issues warning; Sunderland City Council's health boss has warned that covid is still circulating in communities as lockdown is set to ease. Kevin Clark May 14, 2021 421
Public Health Northamptonshire director ahead of indoor reopenings: 'Put your mind at rest - take a regular test' Indoor mixing remains the main concern regarding transmission, but regular testing can give residents piece of mind; Indoor mixing remains the main concern regarding transmission, but regular testing can give residents piece of mind. Carly Odell May 14, 2021 471
$7.4B for public health. RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR and ZEKE MILLER Associated Press May 14, 2021 513
Indian COVID variant of concern found in Cambridge; Public Health England (PHE) has confirmed a number of cases of the Indian COVID variant of concern have been found in Cambridge. Stephen Briggs May 14, 2021 275
Public told: 'Strictly, consistently' adhere to public health curbs, stem virus spread. May 13, 2021 220
Denmark calls for comprehensive national plan on health care. May 13, 2021 889
Derry COVID-19 positivity (6.7%) is highest in the north; Derry and Strabane continues to post the highest COVID-19 positivity rate in the north, according to the Public Health Agency's Weekly Epidemiological Bulletin published this afternoon. Kevin Mullan May 13, 2021 210
Coronavirus latest: Four positive tests recorded in Luton today and zero deaths; Four new cases of coronavirus were recorded in Luton today and zero deaths, according to figures from Public Health England. News Reporter May 13, 2021 228
Coronavirus in Glasgow: Professor Linda Bauld admits concerns over Glasgow covid outbreak 'red flag' ahead of easing of restrictions on Monday; A leading public health expert has described rising numbers of coronavirus cases in parts of Glasgow as "a red flag that needs to be dealt with" as the country gets set to ease restrictions. Gary Flockhart May 13, 2021 533
People in Sheffield 'face an early death' as air pollution reaches dangerous levels; People in Sheffield 'face early death' as they are exposed to levels of air pollution close to breaking a safe limit recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO), figures reveal. Lloyd Bent May 13, 2021 354
Public Health official dies after being vaccinated. May 13, 2021 201
How Vietnam managed Covid-19! NEPALI ECONOMY. May 12, 2021 1297
Will a high Covid case rate or new Indian variant slow Sheffield's route out of lockdown? Sheffield's most senior public health official has said it is 'unlikely' that the city's relatively high Covid case rate will slow down its passage out of lockdown. Dan Hayes May 12, 2021 613
Nightmare alleyways 'past the breaking point now' councillor fears rising public health risk. LUKE GREEN luke.green@reachplc.com @LUKEGREENGT1 May 12, 2021 624
Derbyshire health chief urges people to 'do the right thing' so we can 'get back to doing the things we love sooner' as restrictions ease; Derbyshire's director of public health has urged people to 'do the right thing so we can all get back to doing the things we love sooner' as coronavirus restrictions ease further next week. Tim Paget May 12, 2021 371
Crawley is among the most polluted areas in the UK, figures reveal; Crawley is among the most polluted areas in the UK, with residents exposed to levels above the safe limit recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO), figures reveal. Alex Ross, Data Reporter May 12, 2021 695
Air pollution in Doncaster close to breaking health limit; People in Doncaster were exposed to levels of air pollution close to breaking a safe limit recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO), figures reveal. Stephanie Bateman May 12, 2021 610
Diabetes cases up by 22k in year; Calls to make prevention of condition 'a public health priority'. THOMAS PARKES thomas.parkes@mnamedia.co.uk May 12, 2021 302
Derbyshire health chief urges people to 'do the right thing' so we can 'get back to doing the things we love sooner' as restrictions ease; Derbyshire's director of public health has urged people to 'do the right thing so we can all get back to doing the things we love sooner' as coronavirus restrictions ease further next week. Tim Paget May 11, 2021 396
Coronavirus outbreak at Derbyshire school prompts 'get tested' message; Derbyshire's Director for Public Health Dean Wallace is urging people who live and work in Long Eaton to stay alert and get tested regularly for Covid-19 following a large outbreak in a school. Alana Roberts May 11, 2021 639
The huge public health challenge around premature deaths from smoking, obesity and alcohol; British Heart Foundation Cymru says Wales must take action now to ensure the health inequality gap is not widened. By, Lucinda Reid May 11, 2021 520
Hucknall car cruiser meeting stopped by police; More than 100 car cruisers were quickly broken up by police in Hucknall as Nottinghamshire Police issued a further warning to those who continue to put public health at risk. John Smith May 11, 2021 340
Public Health England "working closely" with Runshaw College to tackle outbreak; Public health specialists say they are "working closely" with Runshaw College to help manage an outbreak of Covid-19 among its students. Matthew Calderbank May 11, 2021 610
Coronavirus in Scotland: Professor Linda Bauld expects lockdown easing will go ahead as planned; Nicola Sturgeon is poised to announce that the next stage of lifting lockdown will go ahead as planned, a leading public health expert has said. Gary Flockhart May 10, 2021 321
Outbreak is traced to pupil whose family went abroad; Staff have met with Public Health England and the local Health Protection Hub to investigate. ROB SMITH rob.smith@mnamedia.co.uk May 8, 2021 365
Public health impacts. May 8, 2021 245
Festival back to promote our wellbeing. KARLA SINCLAIR May 8, 2021 325
Lowest hospital Covid admissions since September, reveals Doncaster public health boss; Doncaster has its lowest number of coronavirus hospital admissions since September, says the borough's top public health official. David Kessen May 8, 2021 383
Improving air quality promotes public health. May 8, 2021 533
QU Public Health Department students present graduation projects. May 7, 2021 212
Should you go back to work? Derbyshire health chief warns against it amid fears of spike in cases among younger people; Derbyshire's director of public health has warned people to avoid going back into the workplace until at least June 21 if they can. Tim Paget May 7, 2021 431
World Needs A Powerful WHO To Prevent Next Pandemic. May 7, 2021 1123
Why public health approach to Covid should lead to a step change in how we tackle homelessness - Melissa Espinoza; Now that Covid-19 vaccines are being rolled out, we are starting to return to a busy society, planning for celebrations, festivals and, for some people, a first visit home in a long time. Melissa Espinoza May 7, 2021 1022
DR. NAEEM GHANI - A public health professional with multifaceted personality. May 7, 2021 626
Public health inspectors want daily testing increased. May 6, 2021 299
A commitment to public health in Bangladesh. May 6, 2021 273
City slower to vaccinate as many still resisting jab; Warning as many health workers also refusing take-up. Jane Haynes Political Correspondent May 6, 2021 669
Moray Covid situation 'rapidly deteriorating' as officials consider door-to-door testing; Public health officials are considering door-to-door Covid-19 testing in Elgin amid a "rapidly "deteriorating" spike in cases that has seen Moray rise to the highest case rates in Scotland. Elsa Maishman May 6, 2021 432
COVID 'Indian' variant - first seven cases confirmed in north of Ireland; The Department of Health in the north has been notified by the Public Health Agency of seven confirmed cases of the VUI B.1.617.2 (India) Coronavirus variant in Northern Ireland. Brendan McDaid May 6, 2021 259
After Canada approves Pfizer vaccine for children ages 12 and up, PM's special public health adviser urges Malaysia to follow suit. May 6, 2021 220
Three requests from public health chief to prevent Covid resurgence. May 5, 2021 313
Explosion in Kabul's district targets public health employees. May 5, 2021 174
WHO donates ambulances to Balochistan. May 4, 2021 261
WHO head handed over the keys of ambulances to CM Balochistan. May 4, 2021 292
WHO's head Dr. Palitha calls on Chief Minister Balochistan. May 4, 2021 385
CECC head praises 'Taiwan model' in Canadian publication. May 4, 2021 453
WTO launches virtual course on trade, public health. May 4, 2021 297
Covid 19: 26 more coronavirus cases recorded in Central Bedfordshire over the bank holiday weekend; Public Health England figures show 16,023 people had tested positive for Covid-19 by 9am on May 4 in Central Bedfordshire. Federica Bedendo, Data Reporter May 4, 2021 216
Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Granted Emergency Use Listing Granted by the World Health Organization. May 3, 2021 648
ED: A commitment to public health. May 3, 2021 286
Oxygen Supply and Free Vaccine : A Right, not a Bounty. May 3, 2021 2114
Gaps in urban solid waste management can endanger public health (Study). Report May 3, 2021 605
England's 10 underage drinking 'hotspots' revealed -- is your area on the list? Most of the places with the highest rates of hospitalisation for underage alcohol consumption are in the north, while the five lowest rates were all in London, Public Health England found; Most of the places with the highest rates of hospitalisation for underage alcohol consumption are in the north, while the five lowest rates were all in London, Public Health England found. By, Chris Kitching May 2, 2021 388
Berkshire Covid latest as 33 new cases are reported but no more hospital deaths recorded; Here is the latest official data from Public Health England. By, Richard Blackledge May 2, 2021 389
Rational drug use in elderly patients in a primary care center. Yazicioglu, Bahadir; Yardan, Elif Dikmetas Report May 2, 2021 1889
Moderna get WHO approval for Covid vaccine emergency use. May 1, 2021 526
One new Berkshire coronavirus death as infection rates fall in almost every area; Here is the latest official data from Public Health England. By, Robert Rowlands May 1, 2021 308
MDES joins hands with Huawei strengthening in Thailand's public health sector. May 1, 2021 270
Taiwan awaits invitation to attend World Health Assembly. May 1, 2021 216
WHO urges countries to build a fairer, healthier world post-COVID-19. May 1, 2021 1126
Embedding the primary health care approach: What is primary health care and how can nurses embed the primary health care approach into their practice? Clendon, Jill May 1, 2021 2426
HOMEBOUND PATIENTS: Vaccination is an uphill battle. Baulkman, Jaleesa May 1, 2021 1503
Confronting Racism in Environmental Health Sciences: Moving the Science Forward for Eliminating Racial Inequities. Payne-Sturges, Devon C.; Gee, Gilbert C.; Cory-Slechta, Deborah A. Report May 1, 2021 7660
Applying Family-Centered Care to Food Insecurity During COVID-19. Kozkowski, Rachel; Wayman, Karen Report May 1, 2021 2165
Towards Preventing and Managing Conflict of Interest in Nutrition Policy? An Analysis of Submissions to a Consultation on a Draft WHO Tool. Ralston, Rob; Hill, Sarah E.; Gomes, Fabio da Silva; Collin, Jeff May 1, 2021 9756
A Cross-sectional Analysis of Facebook Comments to Study Public Perception of the Mass Drug Administration Program in the Philippines. Labana, Ryan V.; Nissapatorn, Veeranoot; Cada, Kristel Joy S.; Sandoval, Khristine L. May 1, 2021 5684
The Challenges of Putting Systems Thinking into Practice: Comment on "What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners' Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health". Boswell, John; Baird, Janis; Taheem, Ravita Report May 1, 2021 2438
THE STATE OF HEALTH JOURNALISM: Diagnosing COVID-19 reporting and beyond. Yang, Nu Cover story May 1, 2021 2074
What did we learn from South Africa's first-ever tuberculosis prevalence survey? Pillay, Y.; Mvusi, L.; Mametja, L.D.; Dlamini, S. Report May 1, 2021 2561
Coordinated Strategy for a Model-Based Decision Support Tool for Coronavirus Disease, Utah, USA. Meredith, Hannah R.; Arehart, Emerson; Grantz, Kyra H.; Beams, Alexander; Sheets, Theresa; Nelson, R Report May 1, 2021 3805
Coordinated Response to Imported Vaccine-Derived Poliovirus Infection, Barcelona, Spain, 2019-2020. Alamo-Junquera, Dolores; Politi, Julieta; Simon, Pere; Dieli-Crimi, Romina; Borrell, Ricardo Pujol; Report May 1, 2021 1921
Recent Advances in Digestive Tract Tumors: Updates From the 5th Edition of the World Health Organization "Blue Book". Gonzalez, Raul S.; Raza, Anwar; Propst, Robert; Adeyi, Oyedele; Bateman, Justin; Sopha, Sabrina C.; Report May 1, 2021 14111
Why Catholics should get vaccinated. Schlumpf, Heidi Apr 30, 2021 940
Short Communication - Is COVID-19 pushing us to the Fifth Industrial Revolution (Society 5.0)? Zouina Sarfraz, Azza Sarfraz, Hamza Mohammad Iftikar and Ramsha Akhund Apr 30, 2021 2039
COVID-19 Outbreak Associated with a SARS-CoV-2 R.1 Lineage Variant in a Skilled Nursing Facility After Vaccination Program--Kentucky, March 2021. Cavanaugh, Alyson M.; Fortier, Sarah; Lewis, Patricia; Arora, Vaneet; Johnson, Matt; George, Karim; Apr 30, 2021 2747
Invest in research to promote the manufacture of vaccines. Apr 30, 2021 1018
KPK govt introduces E-Bidding, E-Tendering system in Public Health Engineering Department. Apr 30, 2021 235
Two new mutant Covid strains from India found in UK and being investigated; Two new coronavirus mutants first identified in India -which is currently seeing 300,000 daily new infections -are being investigated by Public Health England. By, Claire Gilbody-Dickerson Apr 29, 2021 314
Two new mutant Covid strains from India found in UK and being investigated; Two new coronavirus mutants first identified in India -which is currently seeing 300,000 daily new infections -are being investigated by Public Health England. By, Claire Gilbody-Dickerson Apr 29, 2021 473
Pandemic cripples public health system. Apr 29, 2021 943
Concerns car park test site 'has hit economic recovery' Councillors unanimous in call for facility to be moved and agree to contact public health chiefs. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter Apr 29, 2021 419
Public health in the new normal: Shared learning for pandemic response. Apr 28, 2021 687
Vaccinating migrant community crucial to Malaysia's bid to wrest control of Covid-19 pandemic, say experts. Apr 28, 2021 1248
Public health bosses who led Covid fight honoured; honorary degrees for men and 'outstanding contribution'. DAVID OWEN News Reporter Apr 28, 2021 648
'English Covid tests prioritised over Welsh'. will hayward Welsh affairs editor will.hayward@walesonline.co.uk Apr 28, 2021 769
PHW boss' disbelief after UK Government 'told Roche to prioritise tests for England'. WILL HAYWARD Welsh affairs editor will.hayward@walesonline.co.uk Apr 28, 2021 907
Covid tests outrage ...claims pharmacy firm told to prioritise England over Wales. Apr 28, 2021 650
Public Health English study indicates COVID-19 vaccines cut household transmission by up to a half. Apr 28, 2021 178
Public Health English study indicates COVID-19 vaccines cut household transmission by up to a half. Apr 28, 2021 177
Hugging in England may be allowed after June 21; It comes as a new study from Public Health England (PHE) shows that a single dose of either the Pfizer/BioNTech or Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccines can slash virus transmission by up to half. By, Neil Shaw Apr 28, 2021 1114
'Downward trend' in NCR+ COVID-19 cases still unstable -- OCTA expert. Apr 26, 2021 660
Vendors start affecting public health through selling unhygienic beverages, ice-cream. Apr 26, 2021 451
Overcoming vaccine hostility. Apr 26, 2021 549
Malaria accounts for 70% of outpatient in Lagos public health facilities -Abayomi. Apr 25, 2021 845
MoPH, health sector partners mark World Immunisation Week. Apr 25, 2021 899
ASEAN stresses importance of having regional public health center. Apr 25, 2021 356
The four areas of Wales with more than 100 cases per 100,000; Data released by the Welsh Government and Public Health Wales has revealed the number of cases of Covid-19 in every community in Wales. By, Will Hayward Apr 25, 2021 600
Online petition seeks Anutins exit as Public Health Minister over Covid-19 crisis. Apr 25, 2021 220
Pakistan taking right steps for health sector advancement. Apr 25, 2021 910
Qatar celebrates World Immunization Week. Apr 24, 2021 1001
Coalition Seeks Taxation Of Sugary Drinks To Safeguard Public Health. Apr 23, 2021 336
An alternate to better public health. Apr 23, 2021 644
Is enough being done for the children hitting breaking point? SONIA SHARMA and ANNIE GOUK report on warnings from medics that young people are bearing the brunt of pandemic-related mental health struggles. Apr 23, 2021 875
Care home Covid link not ruled out. Apr 22, 2021 519
How serious the Indian Covid variant is and whether there are cases in London; Public Health England has confirmed the arrival of the variant in the UK. By, John James Apr 21, 2021 802
Care homes: Link between hospital discharges and Covid outbreaks not ruled out; A link cannot be ruled out between patients being discharged from hospitals to care homes without being tested for Covid-19 and later outbreaks at those care homes, a newly updated report from Public Health Scotland has said. Elsa Maishman Apr 21, 2021 403
Pangilinan seeks P10,000 hazard pay, raise in benefits of public health workers. Apr 21, 2021 746
Malaysian Public Health Physicians' Association calls for govt to expedite vaccination for teachers to curb Covid-19 in schools. Apr 21, 2021 629
WHO Regional Director for Africa wraps up visit to Ethiopia. Apr 21, 2021 680
Amid manipulation claim, Dr Noor Hisham says Covid-19 data handlers bound by law. Apr 20, 2021 347
'Revised' version of report examining Covid positive discharges into care homes to be released; A report which claimed there was no "statistically significant" link between hospital patients being discharged into care homes and Covid-19 outbreaks and deaths is to be re-released by Public Health Scotland. Conor Matchett Apr 20, 2021 414
Genedrive included in a Public Health England framework agreement for diagnostic equipment and services. Apr 20, 2021 164
Genedrive's inclusion in a Public Health England framework pact positive for future revenues, says broker. Apr 20, 2021 177
Public Health Implications of Tobacco and Alcohol Portrayal in Media. Apr 20, 2021 883
Wales to take part in UK trial for plant-derived Covid-19 vaccine; The vaccine has already been through early phase human studies and now requires testing on a large scale. By, Mark Smith Apr 19, 2021 673
Indian Covid strain: Everything we know about the 'chilling' coronavirus variant; Public Health England announced that cases of a mutant coronavirus strain first found in India had been discovered in the UK, which some fear may prove resistant to vaccines. By, Milo Boyd Apr 19, 2021 954
India: Covid variant first found in India explained, are there UK cases - and is India on the travel red list? There are 77 confirmed cases of the Indian mutant strain in the UK, according to Public Health England; There are 77 confirmed cases of the Indian mutant strain in the UK, according to Public Health England. Claire Schofield Apr 19, 2021 728
Concepcion lauds FDA decision allowing use of AstraZeneca for persons below 60. Apr 19, 2021 610
DISSECTING CBN'S STRATEGIC FOCUS ON MEDICAL TOURISM, RESEARCH, CACOVID. Apr 19, 2021 1739
High taxes on sugary drinks sought to save public health. Apr 18, 2021 446
VP Leni tells gov't: 'Know realities on the ground'. Apr 18, 2021 538
Serious disappointment. Editorial Apr 18, 2021 932
How Middle East public attitudes have evolved, 1 year into COVID-19 pandemic. Alexandra Draycott Apr 18, 2021 1385
WTO, WHO: Unequal distribution of vaccines 'morally unconscionable'. Apr 18, 2021 861
Drowning: a public health issue in Punakha. Apr 17, 2021 473
Need to review country's health system, says WHO Representative. Apr 17, 2021 559
Berkshire coronavirus rates rise slightly in three areas as one more death is confirmed; Here is the latest data from Public Health England. By, Robert Rowlands Apr 17, 2021 415
Indian Covid-19 variant found in UK has two worrying 'escape mutations,' expert says; Public Health England reported that 73 cases of the B.1.617 variant have been confirmed in England as well as four cases in Scotland. By, Katie Dickinson Apr 16, 2021 457
Suicide prevention a must in Wales post pandemic; Suicide is a major public health issue in Wales, but it is also a major inequality issue, argues Sarah Stone, executive director for Samaritans in Wales. Apr 16, 2021 945
WISH expert calls for greater investment in mental healthcare across EM region. Apr 15, 2021 625
Racism Is A Serious Threat To Public Health: CDC. Apr 15, 2021 822
Blood clots fears should not deter people from jab; Devon's public health expert has urged people to continue to have faith in the UK's vaccination programme, despite the discovery of a rare link between the AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clots. Dr Bharat Pankhania has joined health chiefs to say, 'on balance', the vaccine does protect against Covid-19. Anita Merritt reports. Apr 15, 2021 805
Racism is serious threat to public health: CDC. Apr 15, 2021 805
Vaccine and COVID-19 vaccine. Apr 15, 2021 2085

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