The number of cases of Monkeypox in the UK has grown to 57

The number of cases of Monkeypox in the UK has grown to 57

The increase in cases is concerning, according to the UKHSA, but the risk to the general public is low. According to the UK Health Security Agency, another 36 cases of monkeypox have been discovered in England, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 56. The outbreak is “significant and concerning,” according to the UKHSA,…

Azerbaijan shows a steady rate of recovery from the coronavirus, here are the latest figures

Azerbaijan shows a steady rate of recovery from the coronavirus, here are the latest figures

According to Trend, which cites the Operational Headquarters working under the Azerbaijani Cabinet of Ministers, the country of Azerbaijan has identified two new cases of COVID-19. 792,714 people in the country have contracted the coronavirus up to this point, of which 782,957 have made a full recovery and 9,710 have passed away as a result of…

Tajikistan receives mobile medical units from Saudi Arabia

Tajikistan receives mobile medical units from Saudi Arabia

In the presence of Tajikistan’s Deputy Prime Minister Matlubakhon Sattoriyon, Saudi Representative to the Republic of Tajikistan Walid bin Abdurrahman Al-Rashidan, Tajikistan’s Minister of Healthcare and Social Security Jamal Al-Din Abdullah, and other officials, the King Abdullah Humanitarian Foundation, in collaboration with the Islamic Development Bank, inaugurated the mobile medical units in Tajikistan. The equipment…

Mauritius lays down new travel regulations for tourists from the UK in the wake of waning Covid19

Mauritius lays down new travel regulations for tourists from the UK in the wake of waning Covid19

The island nation of Mauritius has re-assessed its travel rules and restrictions in the face of covid cases on a sharp decline. For all those who are traveling to this beautiful country, here are the new travel rules and restrictions that you need to be aware of. Self-isolation for seven days is required if you…

Algeria’s Pasteur Institute has issued an alert

Algeria’s Pasteur Institute has issued an alert

The Algerian Pasteur Institute released an explanation of monkeypox on Sunday. Cases have been found all over the planet, stoking concerns of a new pandemic. In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, US Vice President Joe Biden warned on Sunday that halting the disease’s spread is “imperative.” There have been no reports of monkeypox in…

Non-vaccinated visitors from non-EU countries can now enter Spain

Non-vaccinated visitors from non-EU countries can now enter Spain

The decision taken by the Ministry of the Interior went into effect last Saturday, 21st of May, right after the new order which amended the old order on travel restrictions to Spain during the Coronavirus spread was released in the Official State Gazette (BOE). The initial order was set to remain active until June 15,…

Namibia has 551 new cases of Covid-19 Infections

Namibia has 551 new cases of Covid-19 Infections

The number of coronavirus infections in Namibia increased by 551 yesterday. Among those infected are 129 pupils, 21 healthcare staff, 16 instructors and 17 students. The Health and Social Services Minister Kalumbi Shangula  revealed this today. “Instances have been recorded from 12 areas, with the Khomas region reporting the most cases (45,4%),” the minister added. Shangula further said…

Latvia’s latest figures regarding the coronavirus pandemic: here are the numbers

Latvia’s latest figures regarding the coronavirus pandemic: here are the numbers

Latvia is seeing a decrease in Covid-19 figures, there have been 80 new infections that were reported on an average in the last few days. This equates to 1% of the infected at the peak of the pandemic. In this regard, the highest daily average that was reported in Latvia was back in February 14th. …

Description of Finland’s health insurance system

Description of Finland’s health insurance system

National Health Insurance in Finland International students must have medical insurance. In Finland, doing research is legally obliged to be covered by comprehensive insurance. Fortunately, all international students in Finland enjoy complete health insurance. Students in Finland will almost certainly be required to get medical insurance. It is required of all incoming overseas students. The…

Tonga: NZ medical team notices signs of post-traumatic stress disorder

Tonga: NZ medical team notices signs of post-traumatic stress disorder

Tonga’s mental health is a concern, as the country’s recovery from the January volcanic eruption has been hampered by the current Covid-19 restrictions. According to the Pacific Medical Association of New Zealand, people are beginning to exhibit symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. The Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcanic eruption was a once-in-a-thousand-year calamity. The tsunami and…

Taiwan’s MOL warns of 19 major Omicron symptoms

Taiwan’s MOL warns of 19 major Omicron symptoms

The Ministry of Labor (MOL) published a list of possible Omicron variant symptoms in English for foreign residents on Saturday (May 21), with recent studies indicating that runny nose, fatigue, sore throat, and sneezing are the most common symptoms. The MOL’s Workforce Development Agency (WDA) posted a chart showing 19 possible symptoms of Omicron infections…

In Phongsaly – Laos: France, UNICEF, and the World Food Programme join together to enhance child health and nutrition (KPL)

In Phongsaly – Laos: France, UNICEF, and the World Food Programme join together to enhance child health and nutrition (KPL)

In Phongsaly, Lao PDR’s northernmost province, the Ministry of Health Care, local authorities, UNICEF, and the World Food Programme (WFP) launched an initiative today to improve the nutrition position of kids under the age of five. The French Alimentary Aid Programme has committed EUR500,000 (roughly USD520,000) to the prevention and treatment of wasting, a type…

South Korea’s daily COVID infections dip to near 4-month low under 10,000

South Korea’s daily COVID infections dip to near 4-month low under 10,000

On Monday, for the first time in nearly four months, the number of daily new COVID-19 infections in South Korea fell below 10,000. Despite relaxed pandemic restrictions, the highly contagious Omicron variant recedes. The figure of 9,975 is the lowest since South Korea reported 8,570 cases in late January. according to the Korea Disease Control…

Kuwait declares that it does not have a single case of Monkeyvirus

Kuwait declares that it does not have a single case of Monkeyvirus

According to the Health Ministry of Kuwait, there have been no cases of “monkeypox” in the country, and Al-Rai daily says that different parts of the department are keeping a close eye on how the disease is spreading around the world and taking all the necessary steps to keep it from coming to the country. This…

Here is the latest coronavirus data coming out of Lebanon, there is still work to be done

Here is the latest coronavirus data coming out of Lebanon, there is still work to be done

As of today, Lebanon has reported 71 new infections, this is an average of the last few days. These figures show that the infected rate is at 1% of what it was at the peak of the pandemic.  Ever since the coronavirus pandemic began there were 1,098,575 infections as well as 10, 417 Covid related…

U.S. Military Personnel track and combat pathogens in east African nations like Djibouti

U.S. Military Personnel track and combat pathogens in east African nations like Djibouti

As the disease spread across the globe and shut down entire communities in the early days of the outbreak, COVID-19 served as a reminder of the dangers that misdiagnosed illnesses can pose to the global community. At least on a microbiological level, many of us are unaware of infections. Nonetheless, there are countless individuals and…

Singapore reports 2,827 new COVID-19 cases

Singapore reports 2,827 new COVID-19 cases

Singapore: On Sunday, Singapore reported 2,827 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 1,269,635. According to Ministry of Health statistics, 262 new cases were detected using PCR (polymerase chain reaction) tests and 2,565 using ART (antigen rapid test) tests. There were 253 local transmissions and nine imported cases among the PCR cases. There were…

Lithuania scraps emergency situation regarding COVID 19, country set to go back to normal

Lithuania scraps emergency situation regarding COVID 19, country set to go back to normal

Lithuania concluded the COVID-induced “extreme situation” last Sunday, revising the pandemic’s management plan, according to the Health Ministry. The decision was made following a sustained drop in the frequency of fresh cases including hospital admissions. Lithuania has likewise obtained a COVID-19 immunization rate of above 80 percent. “We are not declaring that the sickness is gone….

Israel lifts travel sanctions and requirements for foreign visitors after COVID recedes in the country

Israel lifts travel sanctions and requirements for foreign visitors after COVID recedes in the country

As of Monday, visitors from outside Israel will no more be asked to demonstrate a negative RT-PCR test result in order to enter the countryAfter midnight on May 20, Israel’s India Office said in a statement that the requirement for travellers to arrive in Israel with a negative RT-PCR test result and then undertake a…

MoC handles daily imports of vital anti-COVID-19 equipment: Myanmar

MoC handles daily imports of vital anti-COVID-19 equipment: Myanmar

THE MINISTRY OF COMMERCE is responsible for ensuring that anti-COVID-19 devices and essential medical supplies are imported to carry out COVID-19 prevention, control, and treatment activities. Importing goods is done through trading posts, international airports, and seaports. Yesterday, a company situated in the Chinshwehaw Border trade camp was in charge of importing 61.5 metric tonnes…

COVID-19 pandemic: Latest situation in the Philippines – May 2022 – Omicron subvariants come to PH. Frequent boosters next?

COVID-19 pandemic: Latest situation in the Philippines – May 2022 – Omicron subvariants come to PH. Frequent boosters next?

Coronavirus cases continue to fall in the Philippines, with an average of some 160 new cases reported daily in the previous week. The Department of Health (DOH) says the country remains at “minimal risk” for COVID-19. Roughly 62% of all Filipinos have been fully vaccinated.  This week there’s another Omicron subvariant. This means there’s a…

North Korea reports over 200k new coronavirus cases

North Korea reports over 200k new coronavirus cases

According to the Associated Press, North Korea said Saturday that nearly 220,000 more people have feverish, COVID-like symptoms across the country, marking the country’s fifth consecutive daily increase over 200,000 likely cases. North Korea had an extremely low COVID-19 vaccination rate, limited health facilities, and was already struggling to feed its population before the virus…

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations fall amid period of ‘relative ease’

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations fall amid period of ‘relative ease’

According to the most recent weekly update from the BC Centre for Disease Control, COVID-19 hospitalizations in British Columbia are once again on the decline (BCCDC). According to the data, which was released on May 19, the number of people in hospitals with COVID-19 dropped to 540 across the province, a decrease of 9% or…

The Health Ministry in Trinidad and Tobago convened a meeting to discuss Monkeypox

The Health Ministry in Trinidad and Tobago convened a meeting to discuss Monkeypox

The Ministry of Health in Trinidad and Tobago has called an emergency meeting with health experts to tackle the latest monkeypox outbreak, which has affected at least 100 people in seven countries. Terrence Deyalsingh, Minister of Health, told the media that he was attending the meeting before heading to the immunization center to receive the…

Health emergency preparedness and response to the COVID-19 pandemic: Lessons learnt from Mongolia

Health emergency preparedness and response to the COVID-19 pandemic: Lessons learnt from Mongolia

Countries have been affected differently by the COVID-19 pandemic, depending on the strengthand vigour of each country’s healthcare system. The pandemic revealed a lack of health emergency preparedness in many low- and middle-income countries. This was due to insufficient healthcare system capacity. The COVID-19 pandemic exposed Mongolia’s healthcare system’s frailty. Mongolia’s capacity to detect, respond…

Ukrainian First lady announces psychological support program amid Russian invasion

Ukrainian First lady announces psychological support program amid Russian invasion

On Monday, Ukraine’s first lady, Olena Zelenska, launched a statewide psychiatric treatment effort to support wounded individuals. Three months have passed since Russia’s initial assault on Ukraine, which killed hundreds of people and destroyed dozens of cities and crucial infrastructure. As a result, Zelenska stated that Ukrainians needed rehabilitation “on par with the physically injured.”…

Malaysia’s new Covid-19 infections back above 2,000-mark with 2,017 cases

Malaysia’s new Covid-19 infections back above 2,000-mark with 2,017 cases

After a two-day decline, new Covid-19 infections in Malaysia have risen above the 2,000 mark today, with 2,017 cases reported in the last 24 hours. The most recent figure represents a 320-case increase over the previous figure of 1,697 new infections. According to the Health Ministry’s CovidNow website, the total number of cases recorded in…

Japan to relax COVID-19 border controls with 20,000 daily international arrivals

Japan to relax COVID-19 border controls with 20,000 daily international arrivals

The Japanese government announced on Friday that it will relax COVID-19 border controls, doubling the daily cap on overseas arrivals to 20,000 people beginning next month. The government also intends to loosen restrictions on COVID-19 testing and quarantine, classifying countries and regions into three categories based on their infection status. Travelers from the group with…

Ugandan President Museveni warns Ugandans about lifestyle diseases, saying he’s been sick twice in 60 years

Ugandan President Museveni warns Ugandans about lifestyle diseases, saying he’s been sick twice in 60 years

Yoweri Museveni has urged Ugandans to improve their health to stem the flow of lifestyle diseases. The president made the statement in Entebbe while launching 12 marine ambulances at the Marine Battalion headquarters. The ambulances will help to improve access to health care on the islands. Museveni stated in his speech that Ugandans should be…

Jordanian health officials say monkeypox is a low threat for their country

Jordanian health officials say monkeypox is a low threat for their country

Monkeypox poses a low risk to public health in Jordan, according to an infectious diseases official, but officials have been more attentive since the coronavirus. Many European and North American countries have recently reported cases of smallpox-related sickness. There have been no cases reported in Jordan, a country with a population of  about 10 million, during…

Under the Quad umbrella, India provides Cambodia and Thailand with non-J&J COVID shots.

Under the Quad umbrella, India provides Cambodia and Thailand with non-J&J COVID shots.

India has given COVID-19 vaccinations to Cambodia and Thailand as part of a Quad project, but not the Johnson & Johnson shot, according to New Delhi. According to Indian foreign ministry spokeswoman Arindam Bagchi, when the leaders of the Quad countries — India, the United States, Japan, and Australia — meet in Japan on Tuesday,…

In Kazakhstan, the number of COVID-19 cases has climbed to 6, with 5 recoveries

In Kazakhstan, the number of COVID-19 cases has climbed to 6, with 5 recoveries

KAZINFORM NUR-SULTAN Kazakhstan has reported six new instances of the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, according to the Interdepartmental Commission for the Prevention of Coronavirus Spread Telegram Channel. Following the reports of three new coronavirus cases in Nur-Sultan and three new cases in Almaty, Kazakhstan’s overall number of confirmed coronavirus cases has risen to…

Pakistan initiated a new anti-polio campaign after a third case of polio was identified.

Pakistan initiated a new anti-polio campaign after a third case of polio was identified.

More than a week after officials discovered the third case of polio this year in Pakistan’s northwestern border region with Afghanistan, the country has launched a new anti-polio campaign. ISLAMABAD, Pakistan- Pakistan launched a new anti-polio campaign on Monday, more than a week after the country’s third case of the year was discovered in the…

COVID-19 restrictions apply to passengers flying internationally.

COVID-19 restrictions apply to passengers flying internationally.

1. International COVID-19-linked flight passengers’ requirements The “Turkmenistan” Airlines Open Joint Stock Company (OJSC) arranges and informs all information on a regular basis in order to sustain a high degree of accurateness. Because Covid-19 law in various countries is continually changing, “Turkmenistan” Airlines OJSC cannot promise the accuracy of the information supplied and cannot be…

Vietnam’s Parliament evaluates new policies to fight Covid-19

Vietnam’s Parliament evaluates new policies to fight Covid-19

Hanoi, 23 May- The National Assembly of Vietnam began debating more than a dozen programs aimed at combatting Covid-19 and rebuilding the country’s economy on Monday. According to the Vietnam News Agency, MPs are convening in the third session of the Legislative Assembly to study five draught bills and three draught resolutions aimed at supporting…

Coronavirus: most Hongkongers do not need fourth Covid shot, vaccine expert says, as cases fall to 190

Coronavirus: most Hongkongers do not need fourth Covid shot, vaccine expert says, as cases fall to 190

Vaccine experts say that most Hongkongers under the age of 60 do not require a fourth dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. This is because it only provides temporary protection, according to a government adviser, as infections fell below 200 for the first time in more than three months. Professor Lau Yu-lung, chair of the government’s…

Muslim charity donates insulin to Palestinian refugees

Muslim charity donates insulin to Palestinian refugees

Muslim Charity provided $75,000 to UNRWA to provide two months’ supply of insulin for Type 1 diabetes therapy to 630 Palestine refugee patients in Gaza. Every year, the UNRWA health program treats approximately 52,000 Palestine refugees for diabetes. If these patients do not receive this life-saving drug, they risk developing several serious or even fatal…

Fiji drops pre-departure Covid-19 testing requirements

Fiji drops pre-departure Covid-19 testing requirements

The Fijian Government announced that fully vaccinated visitors will no longer be required to produce a COVID-19 pre-departure PCR or Rapid Antigen Test. This affects all international visitors arriving in Fiji by air or sea. It is consistent with best practise entry requirements in highly vaccinated communities. It will reduce travel costs and make getting…

Saudi Arabia Health Ministry reports no cases of Monkeypox

Saudi Arabia Health Ministry reports no cases of Monkeypox

On Monday, US Central Command Chief General Michael Kurilla met with Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Minister, Prince Khalid bin Salman, to discuss Middle East issues. “We talked about regional difficulties and the importance of cooperating to ensure regional and global stability, ” Prince Khalid wrote on Twitter. As part of his delegation’s official trip to the…

Beijing sees most cases of outbreak, fueling lockdown Angst

Beijing sees most cases of outbreak, fueling lockdown Angst

Beijing reported a record number of new Covid-19 cases for its current outbreak, reigniting fears that China’s capital will be placed under lockdown as authorities work to stop the virus’s spread in the community. On Sunday, the city recorded 99 infections, up from 61 on Saturday. While the total remains low, the spike is one…

Russian Monkeypox virus work outbreaks in 2022 after a decade

Russian Monkeypox virus work outbreaks in 2022 after a decade

Russia was very likely involved in the production of smallpox as a biological weapon, as revealed in October 2020 findings from the Russian Leadership Initiative on relevant smallpox activity in Russian military laboratories. According to the health secretary, Sajid Javid, there are now 20 cases in the UK, but “most cases” are minor. In addition…

No new Covid-19 sub-variants detected in Brunei as daily Covid-19 cases hit 300

No new Covid-19 sub-variants detected in Brunei as daily Covid-19 cases hit 300

Brunei has had no cases of the new Omicron sub-variants BA.4 and BA.5, according to Minister of Health Dato Seri Setia Dr Mohd Isham Jaafar at the daily press conference in the capital. “When compared to the previous BA.1 and BA.2 sub-variants, the sub-variants do not show worse effects in symptoms,” the minister said, adding…

Overall caseloads in Bulgaria come down as the country seems to be getting back to normal 

Overall caseloads in Bulgaria come down as the country seems to be getting back to normal 

According to statistics obtained from Unified Information Portal, a total of 3,021 screenings for coronavirus have been carried out throughout Bulgaria during the course of the past 24 hours, and 96 of those tests returned positive results (representing around 3.2 percent). Within the same time period, three people succumbed to the effects of Covid, whereas…

The Health Ministry reports no Monkeypox cases in Romania

The Health Ministry reports no Monkeypox cases in Romania

After a suspected infection in Suceava turned out to be chickenpox, the Romanian Ministry of Health rejected rumors of monkeypox infections in the country. Rumors began to circulate online after a 43-year-old woman came to the Rădăuţi Municipal Hospital with symptoms of illness. This woman got chickenpox from her family members and was diagnosed with…

Iran’s health infrastructure is robust enough to deal with all types of viruses, says health minister

Iran’s health infrastructure is robust enough to deal with all types of viruses, says health minister

According to Iran’s health minister, the country’s facilities for producing vaccines for coronavirus is so proficient that it could be used to cope with all kinds of virus threats. With regard to coping up with the COVID-19 pandemic, Iran is among the most advanced countries in the world. On Monday, ILNA quoted Einollahi as saying that…

The COVID effect in Estonia is not over yet, here’s why..

The COVID effect in Estonia is not over yet, here’s why..

Prevalence data from the University of Tartu shows that coronavirus infections have reduced significantly in the last month, although the wave is not ended yet. Protective antibodies stay stable in the adult population. More than 2,380 people have been tested between April 27 and May 9, and 4.4 percent of them were found to be positive….

Qatar’s Minister of Health leads a delegation to the 75th World Health Assembly

Qatar’s Minister of Health leads a delegation to the 75th World Health Assembly

The State of Qatar attended the opening session of the 75th World Health Assembly, which is being held in Geneva from May 22 to 28 under the theme “Health for Peace, Peace for Health.” Qatar’s team was led by Minister of Public Health HE Dr. Hanan Mohammed Al Kuwari. The World Health Assembly’s 75th session…