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The virologist, Shi Zhengli, said in a rare interview that speculation about her lab in Wuhan was baseless. But China’s habitual secrecy makes her claims hard to validate.
US President Joe Biden's administration will provide 500 million doses of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine to about 100 countries over the next two years, US media report.
Dengue fever cases have been cut by 77% in a "groundbreaking" trial that manipulates the mosquitoes that spread it, say scientists.
Glaring COVID-19 vaccine inequality has created a 'two-track pandemic' with Western countries protected and poorer nations still exposed.
Major Indian states that have been virus hotpots are easing restrictions as Covid case numbers continue to fall.
The amount of carbon dioxide in the air now is as much as it was about four million years ago, a time when the average temperature was 3C higher than it was before the Industrial Revolution, scientists say.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to urge leaders of other wealthy countries to commit to vaccinating the world against Covid-19 by the end of next year.
There are fresh calls for the UK to show "historic leadership" and start sharing its vaccine doses with the world right now.
The UN's International Labour Organization has indicated in a report that the planet would be 75 million jobs short at the end of this year compared to if the pandemic had not occurred.
A 41-year-old Chinese man has been confirmed as the first human case of infection with a rare bird flu strain.
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