Washington Gave $28M To Chinese Entities For Joint Research Since 2015: Report

Washington Gave $28M To Chinese Entities For Joint Research Since 2015: Report Authored by Rita Li via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), Recently released findings show U.S. government...

Kabul blast a setback for Afghan women seeking education against the odds

By Mohammad Yunus Yawar and Charlotte Greenfield KABUL -Raihana, 19, wanted to be a doctor, studying until midnight in recent weeks for Afghanistan's university entrance exam, a chance for women...

Rebel violence in eastern Congo causes hunger to soar

NYIRAGONGO, Congo (AP) — The last thing Pasika Bagerimana remembers before her sons died were their cries of hunger. But the 25-year-old mother had nothing to feed them.“'Mom, I need to eat. Can...

Kabul blast a setback for Afghan women seeking education against the odds

By Mohammad Yunus Yawar and Charlotte Greenfield KABUL - Raihana, 19, wanted to be a doctor, studying until midnight in recent weeks for Afghanistan's university entrance exam, a chance for women...

WHO chief says end of COVID pandemic "is in sight"

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Wednesday that the end of the pandemic "is in sight," but cautioned that "we are not there yet."Driving the news: "We have never been in a...

6 dead after building collapses in Nigeria’s largest city

ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — Nigerian authorities on Monday sought to arrest a property developer after a seven-story building under construction collapsed in an upscale area of Lagos, the country's...

White House to encourage COVID boosters, flu shot this fall

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration hopes to make getting a COVID-19 booster as routine as going in for the yearly flu shot. That’s at the heart of its campaign to sell the newly authorized...

CA lawmakers approve mental health care plan for homeless

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California will establish a new court program to steer — even force — homeless people with severe mental disorders into treatment after lawmakers on Wednesday gave final...

Why Covid-19 death rates remain stubbornly flat

Covid-19 death rates have fallen to about 400 per day, but health experts say that needs to drop further. | Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images Hundreds are still dying of...

WHO: New COVID cases, deaths keep falling nearly everywhere

GENEVA (AP) — The number of new coronavirus cases and deaths reported globally continued to fall nearly everywhere in the world in what the World Health Organization described as a “welcome...

Chinese authorities apologize for COVID-19 break-ins

Chinese leaders show remorse on behalf of police and health workers who have broken into homes in order to enforce the country's COVID-19 policies. Break-ins were seen on social media

Texas sues Biden over new abortion guidance as conservative groups mull more challenges

The suit targets a Monday memo in which the the government warned health workers and hospitals that refusing to treat patients who need an abortion could put them in legal jeopardy.

China sends in military to help with Shanghai virus outbreak - The Associated Press

BEIJING — China has sent more than 10,000 health workers from around the country to Shanghai, including 2,000 from the military, as it struggles to stamp out a rapidly spreading outbreak in its...

Don’t use these 3 unauthorized COVID tests, FDA warns. You might get a false result

There are three COVID-19 tests distributed in the U.S. to avoid, the FDA says. The agency “is concerned about the risk of false results when using’ all three. Each company has issued their own...

Slap in the face of every health worker’: Canadians, top doctors respond to convoy protest threats, suggestion to...

Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s chief public health officer, stressed that we need to be "grateful" for healthcare workers, after hospital employees in Toronto were advised to not to wear anything to...

Ethiopia civil war: Doctors among those begging for food in Tigray

As the UN sounds the alarm over hunger in northern Ethiopia, a doctor describes what health workers face.

Health care workers are panicked as desperate hospitals ask infected staff to return

While most health workers are vaccinated, many are still falling sick, exacerbating a staff shortage as more Americans seek hospital care.

Israeli hospital launches first test of second COVID-19 booster

An Israeli hospital administered fourth COVID-19 vaccine doses to a test group of health workers on Monday, in what it called the first major study into whether a second round of boosters will...

U.S. sets shorter Covid-19 isolation rules for health workers

Worried that a new Covid-19 wave could overwhelm understaffed U.S. hospitals, federal officials on Thursday loosened rules that call on health care workers to stay out of work for 10 days if they...

Gov. Newsom: COVID-19 booster mandate for health workers, vaccinations, more testing investments will combat omicron

Eligible health care workers face a Feb. 1 deadline to get a COVID-19 booster shot, Newsom said.

Israel to offer fourth Covid vaccine dose in bid to outpace omicron

Israel is to offer a fourth dose of a Covid-19 vaccine to people older than 60 or with compromised immune systems, and to health workers, as part of a drive to

Israel to offer fourth dose of COVID vaccines as Omicron surges

Health workers and Israelis who are over the age of 60 or are immunocompromised will be eligible for a fourth dose.

L.A. County says no lockdown needed now as California requires boosters for health workers

The Omicron variant has prompted some regions to reinstitute curfews or lockdowns, but no such measures are currently planned in Los Angeles County.

Biden asks Supreme Court to revive health worker vaccine mandate

The Biden administration on Thursday asked the Supreme Court to reinstate a vaccine mandate for health workers at hospitals that receive federal funding after lower courts blocked the order in...

Federal Judge Blocks Vaccine Mandate for Health Workers

The ruling is a setback for the administration’s effort to require vaccination for hospital and nursing home workers, which had been set to start next week.

Judge blocks Biden’s vaccine rule for health workers in 10 states

A federal judge on Monday blocked President Joe Biden’s administration from enforcing a coronavirus vaccine mandate on thousands of health care workers in 10 states that had brought the f…

Judge Temporarily Blocks Vaccine Mandate for Health Workers in 10 States

The injunction is another setback for the Biden administration after an appeals court suspended its vaccine mandate for large employers earlier this month.

Health workers in China are killing pets while their owners are in quarantine

China Covid: Outrage after pet dog killed by health workers

The quarantined owner posted video showing one health worker beating her pet with a crowbar.

Governor offers health workers $12,500 to relocate to Montana

Gov. Greg Gianforte announced a health care workforce recruitment program. The incentive would pay up to $12,500 in relocation expenses plus 35% to cover taxes. The program would cover relocation...

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