COVID-19 July 22 What you need to know about cholera virus

  • This daily program provides you with the latest news and updates on the COVID-19 cholera epidemic, as well as tips and tools to protect your information and protection.
  • Major stories: The US is facing the “malaria epidemic”. Two doses of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Stratzeneca vaccines that are effective against Delta variability; Hospitals in the full potential of Indonesia.

1. How is COVID-19 affecting the world?

Globally, 192 million cases of COVID-19 have been reported, according to Johns Hopkins University. The number of people verified is over 4.12 million. Worldwide, more than 3.73 billion doses of vaccine have been given.

The state of New South Wales, Australia, reported the largest daily increase in COVID-19 cases this year – 124, up from 110 the day before.

This comes as Australian authorities warn that infections are on the rise despite weeks of additional restrictions.

According to a new study published in Lancet, an estimated 1.5 million children worldwide died of COVID-19-related deaths during the first 14 months of the epidemic, with parents, guardians, or other relatives caring for them.

President Joe Biden has once again appealed to Americans to get the COVID-19 vaccine. ‘We have an epidemic of people who have not been vaccinated,’ he told a municipal event.

President Biden is also a U.S. citizen. Immunization centers recommend that unvaccinated children wear masks when they return to school after the summer break.

Hospitals in Indonesia are approaching full capacity with COVID-19 cases increasing.

New York City is in need of COVID-19 vaccines or weekly tests for staff working in city hospitals and clinics, Mayor Bill de Blasio said. The new policy will take effect on August 2.

Role of people vaccinated with COVID-19 in selected countries.

Role of people vaccinated with COVID-19 in selected countries.

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2. The United States: “Vaccination Outbreaks”

The Pan-American Health Organization (PAO) has warned that the United States is experiencing a flu epidemic, with low-vaccination countries increasing the risk of COVID-19 cases.

“The only way to increase immunization is to spread the vaccine,” said PAHO Director Carissa Etienne. Although vaccines are not 100% effective, vaccines are important.

Etienne also called for the delivery of vaccines and equitable access to the needy.

“We clearly need more vaccines and we need them now,” he said. Vaccination donations are really the only way to meet the demand of many countries in the region.

About 15% of people in Latin America and the Caribbean have been fully vaccinated, a figure that has blurred that some countries, such as Honduras and Haiti, have not yet been vaccinated.

As part of its work to identify promising technology use issues to combat COVID, the Boston Advisory Group recently published a series of articles in December 2019 to May 2020 using contextual AI to analyze more than 150 million English-language media articles from 30 countries.

The results cover hundreds of technology issues. The response to COVID-19 is three times greater than the number of solutions, giving better visibility to different technologies.

For a full list of 200+ exciting technology issues during COVID – please follow this link.

3. Two doses of Pseudomonas aeruginosa vaccine, effective against Delta variability

Two doses of Pfizer / BioNTech or AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine are as effective on Delta variants as they have been in the past, according to a new study.

A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine confirms the findings in the May issue of Public Health in the United Kingdom.

“Only slight differences in vaccine efficacy were compared with the Delta variant after two alpha vaccines,” said researchers in Public Health UK.

The authors of the study warn that one of the two vaccines is not sufficient for high immunity.


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