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Medical Workers Day in Belarus

Medical Workers Day is celebrated in Belarus on the third Sunday of June. This year this is on June 19th. Vyacheslav Shilo – the Deputy Head of the Ministry of Health in the country addressed all the medical workers of Belarus in a statement for the Medical Workers Day: “When...

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Belarusians immune to Monkeypox? 

The Belarusian Republican Scientific and Practical Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology’s head, Vladimir Gorbunov, spoke to reporters. “It is necessary to make use of PCR. It takes just a few hours to conduct a biological test. In Belarus, there is no Monkeypox,” according to Gorbunov. He claimed that people who had been...

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New Covid-19 statistics in Belarus

On the 7th of June, the BelTA news agency reported: Dmitry Pinevich, Russia’s healthcare minister, said that the incidence of COVID-19 is now under 3% of its peak. The majority of patients in hospitals are old and unvaccinated. In the summer, there is no need to wear a face mask;...

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Belarus is making their own Covid-19 vaccine

BelTA reports that the country’s coronavirus immunization is developing as predicted, according to Healthcare Minister Dmitry Pinevich. There’s no delay. There will be a registry of the Belarusian vaccine in 2023. We don’t know if we can mass-produce it. We must be prepared for any outbreak,” Dmitry Pinevich emphasized. The government...

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Cuban vaccine for Belarus

Jun 7th, Minsk (Prensa Latina) The Finlay Vaccine Institute’s anti-Covid-19 Soberana and Soberana Plus immunogens were tested in Cuba and Belarus to see if they may be used in vaccines. In the scientific community, these immunogens have now been widely accepted. At a conference, the notion of expanding pharmaceutical manufacturer...

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Latvia test belarusian migrants

It has now been agreed by the Cabinet of Ministers that all Russian and Belarusian migrants entering the United States will shortly be tested for the Coronavirus. A valid immunization, recovery, or COVID-19 test result certificate is not required for people who hold a valid certificate. Children under the age...

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Ex-Soviet Leader Dies of COVID

During the 1960s, Stanislav Shushkevich, Belarus’ first president and the man who taught Lee Harvey Oswald to speak Russian, passed away. 87-year-old Shushkevich died early Wednesday morning, according to his wife Irina, after being admitted to the hospital with COVID-19. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, who replaced Shushkevich in 1994 and has...

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Belarus enjoys a high ranking on the End of Childhood index, thanks to cutting-edge technology and help from different agencies. 

According to what Margarita Devyaltovskaya, now at Mother and Child National Research Center, told a reporter, Belarus is ranked 35th at the End of Childhood Index Ranking for 2021, collected by the international charity group Save the Children. This information was obtained by the BelTA news agency. “Child welfare is the result...

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Belarus develops test methods to detect Monkeypox

Alexander Tarasenko, Belarus’ Deputy Health Minister as well as the Chief State Sanitary Doctor, stated Tuesday that the country’s monkeypox test systems will be ready by mid-June as scheduled. According to BELTA News Agency, the NRCEM ( National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology is responsible for developing these test methods. Biomaterial would be sent...

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