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Analysis | What Will it Take to Vaccinate the World?
This is one of a series of interviews by Bloomberg Opinion columnists on how to solve the world's most pressing policy challenges. It has been edited for length and clarity.
Omicron slamming S. American hospitals as workers fall ill
The coronavirus' omicron variant starting to barrel across South America is pressuring hospitals whose employees are taking sick leave, leaving facilities understaffed to cope with COVID-19′s third wave.
Omicron slamming S. American hospitals as workers fall ill
BRASILIA, Brazil - The coronavirus' omicron variant starting to barrel across South America is pressuring hospitals whose employees are taking sick leave, leaving facilities understaffed to cope with COVID-19′s third wave.
What happens when isolation goes beyond a pandemic
A man cries over his mother's grave in the Nossa Senhora Aparecida cemetery, in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil, on Sept. 29, 2020.
Marin coronavirus death toll hits 200 mark
In March 2020, San Rafael resident Margrit Gonzalez lost her husband to COVID-19. Since then, another 199 Marin residents have died from the virus.
The coronavirus isn't a flu yet
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Noises off: the battle to save our quiet places
ast month, I spent a cold morning wandering around Hampstead Heath, one of London's largest green spaces, with a sound designer named Nicholas Allan. For many, the Heath is an escape.
One cellular fighter might be the key to thwarting Covid-19
Omicron is spreading rapidly throughout the world, with experts claiming that 40 percent of the global population will be infected within the next two months.
Medics in Tigray plead with Ethiopia for insulin airlift as supplies run out
Doctors at Tigray's main hospital are urging the Ethiopian government to allow supplies of insulin to be airlifted into the region, warning that their stocks will run out within a week and that patients with type 1 diabetes are "at serious risk of death".
Texas scientists' new Covid-19 vaccine is cheaper, easier to make and patent-free
A new Covid-19 vaccine is being developed by Texas scientists using a decades-old conventional method that will make the production and distribution cheaper and more accessible for countries most affected by the pandemic and where new variants are likely to originate due to low inoculation rates.