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  1. FILE PHOTO: World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus attends a news co

    World can bring COVID-19 pandemic under control within months: WHO chief

    The world can bring the global COVID-19 pandemic under control in the coming months provided it distributes the necessary resources fairly, the ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus speaks during the opening of the 148th

    'Travesty' that some nations unable to start COVID-19 vaccinations: WHO

    It is a travesty that some countries still have not had enough access to vaccines to begin inoculating health workers and the most vulnerable ...
  3. WHO team at a news conference in Wuhan

    US, 13 countries concerned WHO COVID-19 origin study was delayed, lacked access: Statement

    The United States and 13 other countries expressed concerns on Tuesday that the World Health Organization report on the origins of COVID-19 was ...
  4. Scanning electron microscope image shows SARS-CoV-2, also known as novel coronavirus

    Data withheld from WHO team probing COVID-19 origins in China: Tedros

    Data was withheld from World Health Organization investigators who travelled to China to research the origins of the coronavirus epidemic, WHO ...
  5. Ivory Coast receives second batch of COVID-19 vaccines from COVAX scheme

    Leaders of 23 countries back pandemic treaty idea for future emergencies

    Leaders of 23 countries and the World Health Organization on Tuesday (Mar 30) backed drawing up an international treaty that would help deal with ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: A logo is pictured outside a building of the WHO in Geneva

    WHO committee may issue statement on AstraZeneca as health experts assess safety data

    A World Health Organization (WHO) panel of experts examining data on Tuesday from use of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine may issue a statement at ...
  7. Virus Outbreak Germany

    Commentary: COVID-19 vaccine deployment may be messy, but will reshape health systems for good

    Delays and global governance failures could yet be made into an opportunity, says Erik Berglof.