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'How can a hospital function without electricity?' asks WHO on Ukraine trip

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'How can a hospital function without electricity?' asks WHO on Ukraine trip

'How can a hospital function without electricity?' asks WHO on Ukraine trip

The World Health Organisation has warned of "life-threatening" consequences in Ukraine and estimates that millions could leave their homes as a result.


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Xi Jinping encourages Hungarian youths to learn more about China | China-Hungary ties| Oneindia News [Video]

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Xi Jinping encourages Hungarian youth to inherit China-Hungary friendship; US Republicans oust Ilhan Omar from key House committee over remarks on Israel; Hong Kong to distribute 5 lakh free air tickets to attract tourists after Covid curbs; Vladimir Putin evokes Stalingrad to justify the invasion of Ukraine. #XiJinping #China #Hungary

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By saying they have 'the means to respond', Putin has made a clear threat to widen war on Ukraine

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Bill Gates Weighs In On Conspiracy Theories

Bill Gates Weighs In , On Conspiracy Theories. 'Newsweek' reports that Bill Gates believes traditional media is helping to magnify conspiracy theories regarding his role in the global vaccine rollout. According to the Microsoft founder, advances in technology have increased the ability for misinformation to be created and spread. According to the Microsoft founder, advances in technology have increased the ability for misinformation to be created and spread. Despite these unforeseen consequences of our technological advancement, Gates remains optimistic about the future. The downsides of a modern technology, we have been able to manage those to the benefit of mankind. , Bill Gates, Billionaire philanthropist, via 'Newsweek'. The billionaire added that the next generation, "will hopefully be creative about social media and how we make it more of a force for good.". As conspiracy theories regarding Gates spread across social media, calls were raised for tech firms to crackdown on misinformation. . As conspiracy theories regarding Gates spread across social media, calls were raised for tech firms to crackdown on misinformation. . 'Newsweek' reports that some of the imposed censorship has been condemned by Republicans as overreach by Democratic officials and tech firms. Since January 2020, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has invested over $770 million in funding the fight against COVID. According to figures from the World Health Organization (WHO), the Gates' foundation gave more more money to the United Nations agency than the United States government. According to figures from the World Health Organization (WHO), the Gates' foundation gave more more money to the United Nations agency than the United States government. Nobody would have predicted that I and [Anthony Fauci, the former medical adviser to the president] would be so prominent in these really evil theories. I'm very surprised by that [and] I hope it goes away, Bill Gates, Billionaire philanthropist, via Reuters. Nobody would have predicted that I and [Anthony Fauci, the former medical adviser to the president] would be so prominent in these really evil theories. I'm very surprised by that [and] I hope it goes away, Bill Gates, Billionaire philanthropist, via Reuters

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WHO Says COVID-19 Pandemic Has Reached a 'Transition Point' [Video]

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WHO says Covid-19 is still an international emergency | Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus | Oneindia News [Video]

WHO says Covid-19 is still an international emergency | Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus | Oneindia News

On Monday, the World Health Organization said that the Covid pandemic remains an international emergency. The UN health agency's emergency committee on Covid-19 met last Friday for the 14th time since the onset of the crisis. Following that meeting, the organisation said in a statement that WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus "concurs with the advice offered by the committee regarding the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and determines that the event continues to constitute a public health emergency of international concern (PHEIC)." #WHO #CovidPandemic #InternationalEmergency

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended that two cough syrups made by Noida-based company Marion Biotech should not be used for children in Uzbekistan. The recommendation against the two cough syrups was issued in a medical product alert on Wednesday where th WHO said that the "substandard medical products", manufactured by Marion Biotech, "are products that fail to meet quality standards or specifications and are therefore out of specification." #WHO #Uzbekistan #IndianCoughSyrups

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WHO concerned about 'risk to life' in China amid COVID surge [Video]

WHO concerned about 'risk to life' in China amid COVID surge

The head of the World Health Organization said Wednesday the agency is “concerned about the risk to life in China” amid the coronavirus’ explosive spread across the country and the lack of outbreak data from the Chinese government.

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