Mental health day: How to manage your mental health.


Managing your mental health can be a struggle. The uncertainty and stress of COVID-19 will affect you and your loved ones in different ways and at different times.The stigma surrounding mental health often makes it difficult to share how you are really feeling. But it’s the first step to get the support you may need.

COVID-19: Groundbreaking global collaboration.


The Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT-Accelerator), is a new, groundbreaking global collaboration to accelerate the development, production, and equitable access to COVID-19 diagnostics, therapeutics, and vaccines.We need equitable global access to tests, treatments and vaccines to end COVID-19 fairly, effectively and efficiently.Because if one of us is at risk, we are all at risk.We areContinue reading “COVID-19: Groundbreaking global collaboration.”

Boil Moringa And Ginger, Take 2 Cups Daily to Treat These Health Problems!


The world is past COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean people will not get sick again. In the heat of a recessive economy, people may get desperate and try to take advantage of the ignorant in selling fake drugs. But the mixture I’m about to open your eyes to will undoubtedly cure the subsequently mentioned healthContinue reading “Boil Moringa And Ginger, Take 2 Cups Daily to Treat These Health Problems!”

COVID-19: How to take care of yourself during stressful times


How to take care of yourself during stressful timesThe coronavirus (COVID-19) has made the world pretty different right now. If you’re feeling overwhelmed or stressed by it all, be assured that this is a normal response. But it does mean that you need to make sure you look after your mental health.Here are some tipsContinue reading “COVID-19: How to take care of yourself during stressful times”

Before the world had ever heard of COVID-19, some 14,000 young children around the world were already dying every day – mostly from preventable and treatable causes.


There were no trending stories. No breaking headlines. No climbing death toll on the nightly news. But before the world had ever heard of COVID-19, some 14,000 young children around the world were already dying every day – mostly from preventable and treatable causes. Now, the pandemic is disrupting children’s health care and threatening toContinue reading “Before the world had ever heard of COVID-19, some 14,000 young children around the world were already dying every day – mostly from preventable and treatable causes.”

Comedy: COVID-19 in Church.


COVID-19 IN CHURCHA man went to Church on Sunday and gave testimony that he was infected with CORONAVIRUS and that miraculously God had healed him. When he finished, he tried to give the microphone to the second manwho was waiting to give his own testimony, but the man refused to take it.Second man: I haveContinue reading “Comedy: COVID-19 in Church.”

COVID-19: WHO says 220m vaccine doses to be tested in Africa.


The World Health Organisation (WHO) declared that 220 million COVID-19 vaccine doses will be tested on the African population. The distribution will be based on nation inhabitant numbers and front-line health workers and the most vulnerable being given first-batch priority, as confirmed by WHO Africa programme manager Richard Mihigo. Dr Richard Mihigo, WHO Africa immunisationContinue reading “COVID-19: WHO says 220m vaccine doses to be tested in Africa.”

COVID-19


One of the main ways that COVID-19 spreads is through respiratory droplets that people expel when they talk, sing, cough or sneeze. While research is ongoing, we now know that the virus can be spread by people not showing symptoms, meaning some people can be contagious and not even realize it.That is one of theContinue reading “COVID-19”

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UNICEF is set to lead the global supply of COVID-19 vaccines in what may be the world’s largest and fastest ever operation of its kind. With several vaccine candidates currently showing promise, we’re preparing to procure doses for 92 countries which will be supported by the international community, along with 80 wealthier countries that willContinue reading “Coronavirus”

WHO published guidance for clinicians and health care decision-makers on the use of corticosteroids in patients with COVID-19.


WHO updates clinical care guidance with corticosteroid recommendations2 September 2020Subscribe to newsletter → Want to read more? On 2 September, WHO published guidance for clinicians and health care decision-makers on the use of corticosteroids in patients with COVID-19.We recommend systemic corticosteroids for the treatment of patients with severe and critical COVID-19. We suggest not toContinue reading “WHO published guidance for clinicians and health care decision-makers on the use of corticosteroids in patients with COVID-19.”

‘What will a return to school during the COVID-19 pandemic look like?’


What parents need to know about school reopening in the age of coronavirus. Life during the COVID-19 pandemic is difficult for parents and children alike. The return to school is an important and hopefully welcome step, but you and your children likely have many questions. Here’s the latest information on what to expect and howContinue reading “‘What will a return to school during the COVID-19 pandemic look like?’”

COVID-19 and Masks: Tips for families.


What to know about masks and how to introduce them to your family. Masks help stop the COVID-19 virus from spreading, but that doesn’t make them easy to introduce to children, as many parents have been discovering.The practice of wearing a mask to reduce the transmission of germs has a long history in some countries.Continue reading “COVID-19 and Masks: Tips for families.”

COVID-19: Information


UNICEFCOVID-19 through children’s drawings.These children in Bangladesh are using art to express their thoughts and feelings about the pandemic.Have you been wanting to learn how to do something new, like mindfulness or drawing? Now is the time to do just that. Focusing on yourself and finding ways to use your new‑found time is a productiveContinue reading “COVID-19: Information”

CORONAVIRUS: I am bored and lonely and want to see my friends but cannot go out due to COVID 19. I wish there was a way for me to stay in contact with people.


Can you think of three reasons why this person is facing this problem and list them here. Based on the reason above, what do you think your user needs to solve this challenge? She is afraid that she may contact COVID-19 when she go out. She lives in an isolated and confined environment; inability toContinue reading “CORONAVIRUS: I am bored and lonely and want to see my friends but cannot go out due to COVID 19. I wish there was a way for me to stay in contact with people.”