Top 10 World News: WHO COVID Alert, J&K Lockdown, and More

Top 10 World News: WHO COVID Alert, J&K Lockdown, and More


The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned European nations that easing Covid measures can create a “perfect storm” similar to the pandemic situation in India. According to a study by the US CDC, vaccinated adults with COVID-19 are 94 percent less likely to be hospitalized.

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned European nations that easing Covid measures can create a “perfect storm” similar to the pandemic situation in India. According to a study by the US CDC, vaccinated adults with COVID-19 are 94 percent less likely to be hospitalized.

Read this and more in our Top 10 World News.

According to the US CDC, vaccinated adults aged 65 and over are 94% less likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19

The new study, published in the CDC’s Weekly Morbidity and Mortality Report (MMWR), showed that the risk of hospitalization decreased significantly two weeks after receiving the second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccines.

Jammu and Kashmir will be completely locked starting tonight

Jammu and Kashmir have reported more than 3,000 cases a day for the past week. The death toll has also risen to 20 a day, which is the highest this year.

After Biden’s speech, China warns the US against enforcing “democratic ideals”.

The Chinese spokesman criticized the US for “violating the market principle of fair competition” and “politicizing” the economy, trade and other issues related to the trade war.

Young People Who Have Recovered From COVID-19 Are At Risk Of Infection Again: Study

“Immunity is not guaranteed by previous infections, and vaccinations that provide additional protection are still required for those who have had COVID-19.”

Continuous pollution can lead to mental illness in children: study

According to the study, the link between air pollution and the risk of mental illness is “modest” but real. “Individual, family and neighborly influences on mental health” such as poverty and / or a family history of mental disorders do not seem to influence this relationship.

US Senators urge Pfizer, J & J, Moderna to help India with the Covid crisis

Recognizing that India is one of the largest manufacturers of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, the Senators urged pharmaceutical companies to share technology “like vaccine prescriptions and manufacturing information with partner companies to speed up production.”

A “non-variant” French vaccine could be the key to the fight against Covid

The vaccine is in clinical trials. It uses proven vaccine technology that includes an inactivated version of the virus. The company announced last week that it had started a Phase 3 study of its vaccine candidate.

India Covid Crisis: Solidarity from the international community, says FS Shringla

“There was an outpouring of solidarity with India, the outpouring of aid. Over 40 countries that are integrated into supply chains around the world have sourced equipment,” Foreign Minister Harsh Shringla told local reporters.

The South African President testifies about corruption allegations involving the Gupta brothers

Ramhosa said the African National Congress had not investigated corruption allegations against the brothers as the party did not have the ability to do the same.

Women lost nearly $ 800 billion in income due to a coronavirus pandemic

Globally, women lost more than 64 million jobs this year and lost at least $ 800 billion in income last year – the equivalent of a combined GDP of 98 countries.

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