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The first team of experts from the World Health Organisation (WHO), that will assist South Africa in its fight against the novel coronavirus, is set to arrive in the country on Wednesday. | @BraGrobbies 

The World Health Organisation says young people going to nightclubs and beaches are leading a rise in COVID-19 cases around the world, with the rate of infection in those aged 15 to 24 rising from 4.5 per cent to 15 per cent.

The head of the World Health Organisation has warned there may never be a "silver bullet" to beat #coronavirus . More on this story here:

The head of the World Health Organisation has warned there may never be a "silver bullet" to beat #coronavirus . More on this story here:

A World Health Organisation (WHO) team in China to probe the origins of COVID-19 had “extensive discussions” and exchanges with scientists in Wuhan where the outbreak was first detected #SABCNews 

The World Health Organisation has delivered a warning as hype around #COVID19  vaccine trials builds, while Britain is rolling out new technology to help stop the spread. | @PhoebeBowden 

The World Health Organisation has warned that, despite strong hopes for a vaccine, there might never be a "silver bullet" for COVID-19.

The World Health Organisation has issued a sobering warning, saying there may never be a coronavirus vaccine that works properly.

The Director-General of the World Health Organisation has warned there "might never be" a "silver bullet" treatment for the coronavirus pandemic. (via @lbcbreaking )

The World Health Organisation has issued a sobering warning, saying there may never be a coronavirus vaccine that works properly

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I feel privileged to take charge as Chairman of the World Health Organisation's Executive Board at its 147th session held virtually.I believe that health is central to economic performance and to enhancing human capabilities. @WHO  @PMOIndia  @MEAIndia  @MoHFW_INDIA  #EB147  #COVID19 

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JUST IN: World Health Organisation says there have been 212,326 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, a record high since the pandemic began.

HEALTH: World Health Organisation reports a case of Ebola has been confirmed in DR Congo, just two days before the outbreak in the country was to be declared over.

World Health Organisation has “failed in its basic duty” says man in charge of country with 614,000 coronavirus cases.

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Trump doesn't believe in health care as a universal right. This is why he keeps attacking the World Health Organisation. Britain should have no part in such an irresponsible, reactionary agenda.

Q: ‘how many NHS workers have died?’ ‘This one is for you Ruth,’ says @MattHancockMP  who then doesn’t give the number and trots out platitudes. The health secretary was asked how many people working for the organisation he heads died and he couldn’t/wouldn’t answer. That was awful.

The World Health Organisation told us to “test, test, test” more than a month ago. The lack of testing and tracing for key workers, including in the NHS and social care, has been risking their health and that of those they care for.

CORONAVIRUS - 304 deaths - Over 2000 people in serious condition - Over 14,000 infections - Infections confirmed in 25 nations - Several nations and airline companies have cancelled flights from and to China - World Health Organisation has declared medical emergency

BREAKING: World Health Organisation declares coronavirus crisis a public emergency of international concern

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