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24/06/2022 - COVID-19 vaccines 'prevented 20 million deaths' in first year
In the first year of the vaccination programme, COVID-19 vaccines prevented about 20 million deaths globally, according to an analysis published today. More

23/06/2022 - Children with long COVID 'must be taken seriously'
Children who have had COVID-19 can experience symptoms of long COVID for at least two months, Danish researchers report today. More

23/06/2022 - Urgent investigation into spread of vaccine-derived poliovirus
An urgent investigation is under way after scientists discovered that a vaccine-derived poliovirus is loose in London. More

17/06/2022 - Reduced long COVID risk with Omicron
Individuals contracting the Omicron variant are less likely to develop long COVID than those who had the Delta variant, new analysis published last night has found. More

16/06/2022 - Genes linked to severe COVID-19
More than 1,000 genes that are linked to the development of severe COVID-19 infection have been identified for the first time. More

07/06/2022 - Best practice for managing monkeypox in pregnancy published
A new paper provides healthcare professionals with recommendations and advice on how best to manage pregnant patients with monkeypox, according to royal colleges. More

01/06/2022 - COVID vaccine brands unrelated to efficacy
COVID-19 vaccination works equally well if an individual receives the same type of injection or a mixture of different brands, according to a wide-ranging analysis published today. More

31/05/2022 - COVID-19 led to global decline of cardiac services
Cardiac services around the world suffered substantial disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a major new study out today shows. More

31/05/2022 - Full masks for monkeypox care
Doctors working with monkeypox patients should wear full protective equipment, according to new UK-wide guidance. More

25/05/2022 - Antivirals may help monkeypox patients
Antiviral medications may be effective against monkeypox, researchers have found, but more research is urgently needed. More

23/05/2022 - Festival warning on monkeypox
Monkeypox could spread rapidly through Europe during the coming summer festival season, the World Health Organization has warned. More

20/05/2022 - Vaccine 'urgently needed to tackle respiratory syncytial virus'
A vaccine for respiratory syncytial virus is urgently needed because the infection is responsible for more than 100,000 deaths in young children a year, experts say today. More

19/05/2022 - Vaccination after COVID could decrease risk of long COVID
Long COVID symptoms could be alleviated in some people through vaccination, researchers report today. More

13/05/2022 - Half of hospitalised COVID patients have symptoms after two years
Half of people who were hospitalised with COVID-19 have at least one symptom two years later, Chinese research has found. More

11/05/2022 - New support for COVID vaccine in pregnancy
A new study has found no evidence of adverse pregnancy outcomes with COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. More

06/05/2022 - Death toll from pandemic 15 million - WHO
Nearly 15 million people globally lost their lives in the first two years of the COVID pandemic because of the virus, according to a new World Health Organization estimate. More

06/05/2022 - COVID-19 increases risks for people with heart problems
People with high blood pressure, diabetes or major heart damage who contract COVID-19 and are unvaccinated face a nine times increased risk of serious outcomes, a new study has shown. More

05/05/2022 - Reasons why dog rabies persists in Africa revealed
Reasons why dog-mediated rabies remains endemic in affected regions across Africa, despite low virus prevalence, have been revealed, thanks to a UK-led study. More

28/04/2022 - Low deaths in communities with high COVID-19 vaccine rates
People living in communities with high COVID-19 vaccination rates record fewer deaths from the virus, a new US study has found. More

28/04/2022 - Warning of measles, polio resurgence
The world is facing a new threat from measles, with a near doubling of cases in the wake of the pandemic, world agencies have warned. More

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