08 Apr 2020

How Much Of The World Is Already On COVID-19 Lockdown?

With the total number of confirmed cases reaching more than 1.4 million globally, the COVID-19

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07 Apr 2020

After Coronavirus The World Will Never Be The Same. But Maybe, It Can Be Better

Life has changed a lot in the past few days, weeks, or months, depending where

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07 Apr 2020

The Importance Of Connecting People With Nature In Times Of Social Isolation

Measures to the address COVID-19 pandemic that rely on social distancing and social isolation are

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04 Apr 2020

How To Cope With The Mental Health Effects Of Social Distancing For COVID-19

According to the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in

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03 Apr 2020

What Will The World Be Like After Coronavirus? Four Possible Futures

Where will we be in six months, a year, ten years from now? I lie

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01 Apr 2020

The World In 2050: How Will The Global Economic Order Change By 2050?

What will happen to the world economy by the year 2050? PwC published some long-term

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31 Mar 2020

Corporate Socialism: The Government Is Bailing Out Investors And Managers Not You

The U.S. government is enacting measures to save the airlines, Boeing, and similarly affected corporations.

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27 Mar 2020

The State Of Education In The Face Of The COVID-19 Pandemic

There are now around 962,977 confirmed cases of COVID-19 all over the world as of

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24 Mar 2020

Coronavirus: Three Ways The Crisis May Permanently Change Our Lives

The realisation that life is going to change for a good while is starting to

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23 Mar 2020

The Flu Pandemic Of 1918: Modern Parallels From A Century-Old Pandemic

The influenza pandemic of 1918 (also known as the Spanish flu, even though it didn’t

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23 Mar 2020

How Does The Coronavirus Affect Different Age Groups?

Young people are more likely to be carriers of COVID-19 than they think, this is

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19 Mar 2020

Coronavirus: A Pandemic In The Age Of Inequality

Osmel Martinez Azcue felt unwell. Having recently returned home to Florida from China and experiencing

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18 Mar 2020

How Cities Around The World Are Handling COVID-19 – And Why We Need To Measure Their Preparedness

When it comes to infectious disease outbreaks, cities are dual-edged. To be sure, cities are

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16 Mar 2020

Quarantines Have Tried To Keep Out Disease For Thousands Of Years

The recent global spread of a deadly coronavirus originating in Wuhan, China, has led world

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13 Mar 2020

How Cities Can Prepare For The Next Pandemic

According to Johns Hopkins CSSE, the COVID-19 outbreak has recorded more than 127,000 confirmed cases,

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13 Mar 2020

Do Face Masks Really Prevent You From Catching Coronavirus?

No. The quick answer is no. Even if you wear a mask on a regular

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12 Mar 2020

How Cities Shape Pandemics

Cities and pandemics are closely linked throughout history. A lot of lives have been claimed

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11 Mar 2020

How Big Will The Coronavirus Pandemic Be? An Epidemiologist Updates His Concerns

The Harvard historian Jill Lepore recounted recently in The New Yorker magazine that when democracies

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09 Mar 2020

Unexpected Side Effect Of Coronavirus In China – Lesser Air Pollution

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide continues to increase, now with a total of

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09 Mar 2020

The Economic, Geopolitical And Health Consequences Of COVID-19

What started as an outbreak in China near the end of 2019 has now developed

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08 Mar 2020

Coronavirus: Why People Are Panic Buying Toilet Paper And How To Stop It

The UK has found itself in a panic buying frenzy in response to the novel

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05 Mar 2020

Coronavirus: Which Countries Are Most Affected?

The number of those infected by COVID-19 in Mainland China reported an increase, now with

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04 Mar 2020

Why So Many Epidemics Originate In Asia And Africa – And Why We Can Expect More

The coronavirus disease, known as COVID-19, is a frightening reminder of the imminent global threat

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01 Mar 2020

Plans To Fight Coronavirus Must Pay Attention To The Environment

The rapid onset and spread of coronavirus is proving to be a huge challenge for

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28 Feb 2020

What Are Viruses Anyway, And Why Do They Make Us So Sick? 5 Questions Answered

You may sometimes have felt like you “have come down with a virus,” meaning that

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26 Feb 2020

Coronavirus: We Need To Start Preparing For The Next Viral Outbreak Now

The coronavirus outbreak is officially a crisis – let’s not waste it. Undeniably, the international

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18 Feb 2020

Outbreaks Like Coronavirus Start In And Spread From The Edges Of Cities

Emerging infectious disease has much to do with how and where we live. The ongoing

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15 Feb 2020

Coronavirus: The Blow To The Chinese Economy Could Be Felt For Years

Investors are still being fairly complacent about the novel coronavirus. After the number of new

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15 Feb 2020

Here’s Why The WHO Says A Coronavirus Vaccine Is 18 Months Away

The World Health Organisation said this week it may be 18 months before a vaccine

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13 Feb 2020

Coronavirus: The Latest Disease To Fuel Mistrust, Fear And Racism

With the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in Wuhan, China, stories of courage and

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13 Feb 2020

False Information Fuels Fear During Disease Outbreaks: There Is An Antidote

False allegations and rumours about the coronavirus outbreak have been running riot on social media

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13 Feb 2020

We’re In Danger Of Drowning In A Coronavirus ‘Infodemic’. Here’s How We Can Cut Through The Noise

The novel coronavirus that has so far killed more than 1,100 people now has a

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11 Feb 2020

7 Dangerous Myths About Coronavirus Busted By The World Health Organization

The 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV / COVID-19) is definitely a valid source of concern. However,

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10 Feb 2020

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Dedicates Additional Funding To The Novel Coronavirus Response

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced that it will immediately commit up to $100

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10 Feb 2020

As China Suffers From Coronavirus, Some Wonder: Is It Really That Serious?

The coronavirus outbreak continues to worsen in China. The Chinese government has announced even stricter

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07 Feb 2020

Coronavirus Fears: Should We Take A Deep Breath?

With a new infectious disease outbreak on our doorstep, we might ask ourselves: are we

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07 Feb 2020

A Plasma Reactor Zaps Airborne Viruses – And Could Help Slow The Spread Of Infectious Diseases

The big idea: It’s the enduring media image of infectious disease outbreaks, including the current

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05 Feb 2020

A Clue To Stopping Coronavirus: Knowing How Viruses Adapt From Animals To Humans

As the novel coronavirus death toll mounts, it is natural to worry. How far will

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04 Feb 2020

How Does The Wuhan Coronavirus Cause Severe Illness?

We usually think of viral respiratory infections, like the common cold, as mild nuisances that

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03 Feb 2020

Wuhan, The Coronavirus And The World: Thinking Beyond Isolation

Public fear seems inevitable given the alarming updates on the coronavirus outbreak, and isolation —

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01 Feb 2020

Is The Coronavirus Outbreak As Bad As SARS Or The 2009 Influenza Pandemic? A Biologist Explains The Clues

As the new coronavirus continues to cross international borders, the two key questions on public

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01 Feb 2020

WHO Declares Global Health Emergency Over Coronavirus: 4 Questions Answered

The World Health Organization reversed course on Jan. 30 and declared the coronavirus a “Public

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31 Jan 2020

Fear Spreads Easily. That’s What Gives The Wuhan Coronavirus Economic Impact

One way to count the cost of the Wuhan coronavirus is by how many people

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30 Jan 2020

How Contagious Is The Wuhan Coronavirus And Can You Spread It Before Symptoms Start?

Cases of the Wuhan coronavirus have increased dramatically over the past week, prompting concerns about

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29 Jan 2020

When Will There Be A Coronavirus Vaccine? 5 Questions Answered

The coronavirus that started in Wuhan has sickened more than 6,000 people and killed at

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28 Jan 2020

What We Know Suggests The Economic Impact Of Wuhan Coronavirus Will Be Limited

The Wuhan coronavirus has had a significant human toll. More than 100 people have died

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27 Jan 2020

What The Latest Coronavirus Tells Us About Emerging New Infections

Viruses are quick studies. They’re prolific at adapting to new environments and infecting new hosts.

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24 Jan 2020

Should We Be Worried About The New Wuhan Coronavirus?

The World Health Organisation has postponed its decision about whether to classify the new Wuhan

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