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WHO: Air pollution causing seven million premature deaths a year
The World Health Organization strengthened its air quality guidelines on Wednesday, saying air pollution was now one of the biggest environmental threats to human health, causing seven million premature deaths a year.
WHO adds ‘Mu’ strain to list of coronavirus variants of concern
The World Health Organization said it is monitoring a new coronavirus variant known as “Mu,” which was first identified in Colombia in January 2021.
WHO sounds alarm over rising COVID deaths in Europe
The World Health Organization (WHO) warned that 236,000 more people could die from COVID in Europe by December, sounding the alarm over rising infections and stagnating vaccine rates across the continent.
China rejects need for further WHO coronavirus origins probe
China on Friday rejected the World Health Organization's calls for a renewed probe into the origins of COVID-19, saying it supported "scientific" over "political" efforts to find out how the virus started.
Iran focuses on innovative approaches in essential mental health services amid COVID-19 pandemic: WHO’s statement
Following the World Health Organization (WHO)'s declaration of the COVID-19 pandemic as a public health emergency, the Department for Mental Health and Substance Abuse of Iran’s Health developed an evidence-based response plan as of March 2020.
Delta COVID variant becoming globally dominant, WHO official says
The Delta variant of COVID-19, first identified in India, is becoming the globally dominant variant of the disease, the World Health Organization's chief scientist said.
WHO: COVID-19 death tolls are likely a ‘significant undercount’
Official tolls showing the number of deaths directly or indirectly attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic are likely to be a “significant undercount”, the World Health Organization said on Friday, saying 6-8 million people may have died so far.
India's seven-day COVID average at new high
WHO says COVID-19 virus variant in India 'of global concern'
WHO chief denounces vaccine inequity in world
Coronavirus vaccines remain out of reach in the poorest countries, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a report on Friday, marking the first anniversary of the COVAX dose-sharing facility.
Middle-aged people who put on weight may live longer than those who stay 'normal' weight
Middle-aged people who put on weight live longer than those who remain in healthy shape throughout their lives, according to a new study.
WHO experts probe ground-zero China market for virus clues
WHO experts on Sunday visited the market in central China linked to the first known COVID-19 cluster, seeking clues about the beginning of the pandemic.
Rich and poor vaccine divide worsening, warns WHO
The COVID-19 vaccine divide between rich and poor nations is worsening by the day, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned, insisting the failure to distribute doses fairly could cost the global economy trillions of dollars.
WHO warns coronavirus herd immunity unlikely this year
Scientists at the World Health Organization warned that mass vaccinations would not bring about herd immunity to the coronavirus this year, even as one leading producer boosted its production forecast.
WHO urges tougher measures to curb 'alarming' variant
The World Health Organization (WHO) has called on European countries to do more to curb a new variant of coronavirus that was first detected in the UK.

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