Debilitating 'long-Covid' may have severe health, social impacts, says WHO

LONDON (REUTERS) – Thousands of Covid-19 patients continue to suffer serious, debilitating and lingering symptoms many months after their initial bout of infection, with major social, health and economic consequences, European health experts said on Thursday (Feb 25). Publishing a

Boulder snowshoer who was missing overnight rescued near Nederland

A 47-year-old Boulder woman who was reported missing after being overdue returning from a Sunday snowshoeing trip was rescued Monday evening near Nederland. The woman was seriously injured, a Boulder County Sheriff’s Office release stated, but she is expected to

WHO trial finds remdesivir has little effect on COVID-19

A World Health Organization trial using four drugs including the antiviral remdesivir in the hospital treatment of COVID-19 has found the repurposed medicines have little to no effect on the length of time patients spend in hospital or their survival.

WHO warns Latin America reopening too soon amid COVID-19 risk

Regional director Carissa Etienne notes rising death rates in parts of Mexico, similar trends in Ecuador and Costa Rica. Latin America has started to resume normal social and public life at a time when the COVID-19 pandemic still requires major

WHO warns of ‘no silver bullet’ for coronavirus

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has said that while there is hope for a vaccine against Covid-19, one might never be found. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a news briefing there was “no silver bullet at the moment