Comoros no longer requires tourists from Saudi Arabia to take a COVID-19 PCR test

Comoros no longer requires tourists from Saudi Arabia to take a COVID-19 PCR test

The country of Comoros along with other nations such as New Zealand, and Georgia have all declared that they will no longer require people from Saudi Arabia—residents and citizens—to pass a negative PCR test before entering their countries. While the Comorian Government’s Department of Health Ministry has stated that the PCR test is no longer…

Experts recommend “national commitment” to eliminate malaria in Comoros

Experts recommend “national commitment” to eliminate malaria in Comoros

It is believed that the disease cannot be eradicated unless everyone, particularly government decision-makers, takes part. Dr. Nassuri Ahmada, the advisor in charge of fighting malaria, HIV, and tuberculosis, urges “everyone to get involved and all the necessary resources to be recruited” because the diseases cannot be eradicated overnight. On 31st May, the UN Resident…

Using TCM, Chinese doctors are treating malaria in Comoros

Using TCM, Chinese doctors are treating malaria in Comoros

In his medical treatise published more than 1,700 years ago, Ge Hong, renowned as the “ancestor of Lingnan medicine,” used Artemisia annua, a kind of wormwood or mugwort, to treat malaria. Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners in Lingnan, a southern Chinese region that includes Guangdong province and the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, are redoubling their efforts…

Comoros is enforcing mandatory vaccinations for the COVID-19 virus

Comoros is enforcing mandatory vaccinations for the COVID-19 virus

Even though the Sinopharm vaccine, which protects against COVID-19, is already being administered to island residents, citizens of the Comoros Islands are now required to get immunized against the virus. Despite this, the nation’s overall performance is currently much higher than the benchmarks specified in the nation’s purpose.  This is a good sign to be…

Ukraine to receive record remittances of $630 billion in 2022

Ukraine to receive record remittances of $630 billion in 2022

This year, remittances to low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) are expected to increase by 4.2 percent to $630 billion. According to the World Bank’s most current Migration and Development Brief, this follows an almost record rebound of 8.6 percent in 2021. Remittances to Ukraine, Europe’s and Central Asia’s largest recipient, are expected to rise by…