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WHO Urges Countries to Store Expired Covid-19 Vaccines Safely Just in Case 1

According to WHO, data from the Serum Institute of India-the manufactures of the vaccine shows that the shelf life of the vaccine is nine months and not only six months as previously indicated. So countries with stocks expected to expire soon are being urged to store them safely WHO assesses availed data
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Uganda Advised to Address Blood Clots Associated with COVID-19 Vaccines WHO 1

As a result of being associated with blood clots, several European countries have halted the use of the said vaccines. However, in light of the limited supply of the vaccines, the World Health Organisation country representative to Uganda, Dr Yonas Woldermariam has called upon the government not to take the same route.
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WHO Launches Global Initiative to Eliminate Cervical Cancer

In addition to this, 90 per cent of women identified with cervical will receive treatment by 2050. According to the WHO, investing in the above interventions can generate substantial economic and societal returns. It is estimated that if governments invest, they could make returns as high as three dollars for every dollar spent.
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COVID-19: American Company Moderna Say their Vaccine is 95 Percent Effective WHO

According to data released by the biotechnology firm today, phase three clinical trials that were carried out show that the drug is effective at preventing illness and stops cases from becoming severe
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‘COVID-19 Has Humbled Us,’ -WHO Director General 4 1 Top story

Dr Ghebreyesus says that the pandemic has changed economies and lives around the world affecting close to five million people and claiming more than 300,000 lives within a space of five months. He adds that the virus has the ability to bring an end to all the progress that the world had made in health like the reduction of mortality rates to destroying economies.
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Corona Virus: Wash Hands After Counting Money Ministry of Health 2 1 Top story

Dr. Henry Mwebesa, the Director-General of Health Services, says money is one of the confirmed ways of spreading the Corona virus disease in addition to sneezing, coughing and handshakes.
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