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Coronavirus variants have new names: we can finally stop stigmatising countries
Low trust in authorities affects vaccine uptake: evidence from 22 African countries
In It Together: Cotton On partners with Unicef to help deliver 1 million Covid-19 vaccines to the world's most vulnerable
Ebola virus virion. CDC/Cynthia Goldsmith
Solar energy is an invaluable resource in rural areas like this facility in Gambia. Gavi/2018/Guido Dingemans
Train passengers carried out a Covid-19 detection test with the GeNose C19 screening at Pasar Turi Station, Surabaya, February 15, 2021.
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Dr Cyprian Ngong, a staff member of National Hospital, Abuja, receives Covid-19 vaccine. Adam Abu-basha/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
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Misinformation on social media fuels vaccine hesitancy: a global study shows the link
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A substantial proportion of people may refuse or delay taking a Covid-19 vaccine. Shutterstock
To suppress the Covid-19 pandemic, tens of millions of South Africans would have to be vaccinated. Nothing at that scale has been done here before. Photo: Armin Kübelbeck (CC-BY-SA via Wikimedia Commons)
Is Covid-19 a bacteria or a virus? Affinity Health explains the differences
Dr Matshidiso Moeti, regional head, Africa, World Health Organisation
The Grand Hotel Taipei in Taiwan lights up rooms to mark five days with no new COVID-19 cases.
Congolese artist Chris Shongo paints on the outside wall of the Academie des Beaux-Arts in Kinshasa on June 18, 2020.
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A child receives a vaccine against Ebola from a nurse in Goma on August 7, 2019. AUGUSTIN WAMENYA/AFP via Getty Images
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A deserted street in Cairo after coronavirus-related restrictions were tightened. Egypt has been one of the hardest hit in Africa. Photo by Mohamed Elraai/picture alliance via Getty Images
Healthcare workers testing people in Nairobi, Kenya during a mass testing exercise for Covid-19. Photo by SIMON MAINA/AFP via Getty Images
Welcome to the latest Monty Python fiasco
Vaccines are some of the most equitable and cost-effective health interventions available. ranplett/GettyImages
Children at window of a building in Hillbrow, Johannesburg. Children will be vulnerable if vaccinations are postponed. Photo by Marco Longari/AFP via Getty Images
Not your grandmother’s vaccine.
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Bill Chen at San Francisco International Airport after arriving on a flight from Shanghai. Chen said his temperature was screened at the Shanghai airport before he departed.
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Lessons from keeping the country free of Ebola have informed steps taken since the coronavirus scare first broke. Shutterstock
Successful vaccination against measles in childhood should provide lifetime protection. Paul Hennessy/NurPhoto via Getty Images
HIV-infected and exposed children are vulnerable to vaccine-preventable diseases. Shutterstock
A Nigerian child receives a dose of the polio vaccine. EPA
Global study reveals CEO confidence is sinking
Unicef carers at a creche for children whose parents are being treated for Ebola. Building health infrastructure is crucial to stopping the next outbreak. Epa/ Hugh Kinsella Cunningham
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Many families in the DRC can’t routinely access preventive services. Shutterstock
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Tedros Ghebreyesus, embarrassed to only talk about Ebola. Salvatore Di Nolfi/EPA
The vaccine coverage needed for herd immunity varies from disease to disease. Ryoji Iwata/Unsplash
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A health worker checks people’s temperatures in Goma, DRC. Patricia Martinez/EPA-EFE
Dr Joseph Sempa of Sacema presenting at the 2019 Clinic on Meaningful Modelling of Epidemiological Data. AIMS-South Africa
Air travel spreads infections globally, but health advice from inflight magazines can limit that
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5 ways to be a responsible wildlife tourist
A health worker administers the Ebola vaccine. EPA-EFE
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To protect us all, babies travelling overseas may need the measles shot at 6 months instead of 12
Two women sell roadside refreshments in rural Kano in 2011. Shobana Shankar, CC BY-SA
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