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Updated on November 20, 2021 by healthlines
Vaccine passports for large public events have majority support in most european countries. The great vaccine divide between rich and poor countries will have consequences that outlast the pandemic. Global travel and the vaccinated. Migration in the future… Read More
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Updated on December 15, 2020 by healthlines
A smart ring that generates continuous temperature data may foreshadow Covid-19, even in cases when infection is not suspected. Ride-share purveyors have blanketed the nation with motorized scooters, a trend fueled by the coronavirus. People shunned mass transit… Read More
Updated on December 16, 2021 by healthlines
The worst will come in winter 2021-22. Those worst-case scenarios were actually optimistic. Omicron spreads like no infectious disease we have seen. Here’s what to do if you fall sick. While the weather isn’t currently the dominant factor… Read More
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