Thursday, 1 October , 2020

Coronavirus

“A mask isn’t enough”: Students march for sufficient measures in schools

September 24, 2020 Wearing masks and holding banners reading “a mask is not enough” thousands of school students marched in downtown Athens on Thursday demanding...

The COVID-19 infodemic: What can be done about the infectious spread...

By Herbert Lin, Harold Trinkunas, September 10, 2020 Almost since its first emergence, the spreading SARS-CoV-2 outbreak has also been accompanied by a widespread proliferation...

Rising COVID-19 death toll underscores decades-long crisis in Australian aged care

By Clare Bruderlin 26 August 2020 The catastrophic spread of COVID-19 throughout more than 130 aged care facilities in the Australian state of Victoria has...

A pandemic of bad science

By Walter Scheirer Jul 20, 2020 ABSTRACT What can epidemiological models tell us about our potential exposure to COVID-19? What progress is being made with regard to...

How U.S.’s Response to Covid-19 Could Precipitate 2nd Great Depression

By Eric Zuesse, originally posted at Strategic Culture Sep.16, 2020 On March 10th of this year, there were 290 daily new U.S. cases of Covid-19 (coronavirus-19). On...

The Geopolitics of Coronavirus Vaccines

Sep. 16, 2020 Although the COVID-19 pandemic was in decline in the summer of 2020, it struck again with the beginning of Autumn. Numbers of...

Sputnik V launched: Russia dispatches first batches of pioneering Covid-19 vaccine...

By Jonny Tickle 12 Sep, 2020 Russia has sent out the initial batches of the world’s first registered coronavirus vaccine to all parts of its vast...

It’s a lift-off: Russia’s ‘Sputnik V’ Covid-19 vaccine LAUNCHED into public...

7 Sep, 2020 The first batch of Russia’s pioneering coronavirus formula Sputnik V has been approved for public use and has already been placed into...

Untrained in tragedy

By Yangos Andreadis* Untrained in tragedy: Unprepared to face it, when it takes the biological form of an epidemic like Covid19, as well in difficulty...

India and Brazil Are Now the Global Worst Coronavirus Nations

By Eric Zuesse Aug. 1, 2020 India and Brazil have now overtaken the United States as the world’s worst performers at controlling the cononavirus-19 plague. The chart...