The lowest incidence rate: Komarovsky commented on the situation with coronavirus in Ukraine and the world

The reason why the incidence of coronavirus has dropped so sharply is the Delta variant. To date, WHO states the lowest level of coronavirus incidence in the United States and Canada over the past year and a half. Europe. This... Read more

Vaccination against coronavirus in Ukraine continues: how many vaccination points are working now

Despite the war, a vaccination campaign against coronavirus infection is underway in Ukraine. There are currently 2,500 coronavirus vaccination points and 134 vaccination centers in Ukraine. This was announced by the chief state sanitary doctor of Ukraine Igor Kuzin on... Read more

Coronavirus outbreak in North Korea: six people died, more than 18 thousand were infected

3 hours ago The BBC News Russian Service app is available for IOS and Android . You can also subscribe to our Telegram channel. image copyrightKCNA As a result of the outbreak of coronavirus in the DPRK, which the authorities... Read more

Deadly COVID-19 outbreak in North Korea: Kim Jong-un put on a mask for the first time

The DPRK authorities reported that six people have died from a coronavirus infection, about 18 thousand have symptoms of the disease. On Friday, May 13, North Korea announced the number of people infected with COVID-19 . According to official figures,... Read more

North Korea reports "first cases" of coronavirus. The country is under lockdown

May 12, 2022, 01:43 GMT Updated 4 hours ago The BBC News Russian Service app is available for IOS and Android . You can also subscribe to our Telegram channel. image copyrightKCNA photo caption, The photo from the meeting of... Read more

Ukraine predicts the emergence of a new strain of coronavirus raging in China

Ukraine has not overcome the coronavirus epidemic Up to 7,000 new cases of COVID-19 are detected daily. Moreover, the new strain of coronavirus infection that is raging in China will also reach Ukraine. This was stated by the head of... Read more

North Korea reports 'first cases' of coronavirus

Hour ago The BBC News Russian Service app is available for IOS and Android . You can also subscribe to our Telegram channel. image copyrightKCNA photo caption, The photo from the meeting of the Politburo shows that all its participants,... Read more

Coronavirus in Shanghai: hard lockdown, disinfection, and the hospital – only with the permission of the authorities

26 minutes ago The BBC News Russian Service app is available for IOS and Android . You can also subscribe to our Telegram channel. image copyrightJianzheng/VCG photo caption, Houses vacated from residents are thoroughly disinfected Millions of Shanghai residents have... Read more

Bill Gates was not spared by the coronavirus

The founder of Microsoft has tested positive for COVID-19. American businessman and philanthropist, founder of Microsoft and the Gates Foundation, Bill Gates has contracted the coronavirus . He announced this on Tuesday, May 10, in his microblog on Twitter. “I... Read more

Four mass vaccination centers in popular shopping malls reopen in Kyiv

You can again get vaccinated against coronavirus in Kyiv at mass vaccination centers in a number of shopping centers. People can get vaccinated against COVID-19 in the Ukrainian capital, in particular, in Gulliver shopping mall, Respublika Park shopping mall, River... Read more

WHO: The death toll from the coronavirus pandemic has reached 15 million. More deaths in India and Russia than authorities say

May 6, 2022 The BBC News Russian Service app is available for IOS and Android . You can also subscribe to our Telegram channel. image copyrightEPA photo caption, At the height of the pandemic in India, there were neither places... Read more

Coronavirus has not disappeared anywhere: how to sign up for a vaccination

Coronavirus vaccination continues. COVID-19 has not disappeared anywhere and the only chance to protect yourself from a severe course of the disease is vaccination. This is mentioned in the Ministry of Health. No additional declarations, confirmations or certificates are required,... Read more

WHO: The death toll from the coronavirus pandemic has reached 15 million. In India and Russia, there are many more deaths than the authorities say

2 hours ago The BBC News Russian Service app is available for IOS and Android . You can also subscribe to our Telegram channel. image copyrightEPA photo caption, At the height of the pandemic in India, there were neither places... Read more

Families banned from Covid wards during lockdown ‘left with PTSD’

Relatives of intensive care Covid patients were left traumatised by being banned from visiting their seriously ill loved ones during the pandemic, a study has found.  Researchers found two-thirds of family members of patients in intensive care were still suffering... Read more

Banning family from Covid ICU during lockdown ‘left relatives with PTSD’

Relatives of intensive care Covid patients were left traumatised by being banned from visiting their seriously ill loved ones during the pandemic, a study has found.  Researchers found two-thirds of family members of patients in intensive care were still suffering... Read more

The 20 countries that have scrapped all mask rules

The mask is slipping. After two years of hidden faces and muffled conversations, mask rules are being discarded around the world.  Most of Britain ditched the divisive face covering back in January, sparking something of a domino effect. Norway and... Read more

Your checkout bill for Covid quarantine hotels: £400m

The NAO said that 214,000 people were quarantined in hotels for 11 nights between April and Dec 2021 after the policy took effect in Feb 2021. It has since been scrapped. It revealed that 14,000 arrivals were able to claim... Read more

NHS Covid deaths more likely at weekends than on weekdays

The “weekend effect”, in which NHS patients are more likely to die on Saturday or Sunday, has dogged the Covid pandemic, with a study finding 11 per cent more deaths than on weekdays. The worldwide study of nearly six million... Read more

Long Covid: The pandemic restrictions that just won’t go away

An analysis by The Telegraph found that 15 trusts, including United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust and James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, are only allowing visits in exceptional circumstances, such as for patients at the end of life. This... Read more

Bed blockers take up more space than Covid patients in England’s overwhelmed hospitals

Bed blockers are taking up more space than Covid patients in England’s overwhelmed hospitals, it has emerged, as the Government was urged to do more to fund social care. Chris Hopson, the chief executive of NHS Providers, warned there were... Read more

Starting first Covid lockdown a week earlier ‘could have led to 34,000 fewer deaths’

Prof Neil Ferguson, one of the Government’s leading modellers during the pandemic, has previously said the UK death toll could have been halved if lockdown had been introduced a week earlier. But this is the first study of its kind... Read more

Africa must learn lessons from failure to distribute Covid-19 vaccines, report finds

Low coronavirus vaccination rates across Africa are a result of “consequential failures” in the distribution of jabs, rather than limited access, a report has warned.  So far, the rollout of Covid-19 shots worldwide has been widely imbalanced. Just 15 per... Read more

UK approves Moderna Covid vaccine for children aged six to 11

It is the first jab to be a “whole inactivated virus”, which is a traditional approach that has been used for decades to make vaccines for other diseases, including polio and flu. This approach is less effective at making specific... Read more

Four in 10 more worried about energy bills than catching Covid

The findings are based on a survey of 28,495 people taken on March 21.The results showed that working-age adults were twice as likely to report concerns about their finances as older people, with two in five workers feeling the pinch,... Read more

Scientists develop ‘decoy cells’ to trick Covid-19 away from healthy ones

A pioneering therapy which floods the body with decoy ‘cells’ to hoodwink viruses into ignoring healthy cells, is being developed by scientists.  US scientists from Northwestern University came up with the idea to tackle Covid-19, but believe it could be... Read more