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The call for applications to the 2nd Global South Biosecurity Diplomacy Workshop is now open! Young scientists in biosecurity from the Global South are encouraged to apply. More information at https://unog.ch/80256EE600585943/(httpPages)/5CDFFF0BD8AAA6A0C12583FD0030E13A?OpenDocument
The number of coronavirus infections around the world has passed 50 million with October being the worst month for the pandemic so far. SBS reports
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Sweden managed to avoid lockdown during the first wave of COVID-19 however due to the second wave that is sweeping over Europe they are now having to put measures in place due to a sharp rise in cases. SBS reports
Read the article released by Gavi The Vaccine Alliance
Europe has recorded more than 1.5 million new coronavirus cases in the past seven days and the figure has doubled over five weeks. SBS reports
Millions of Indians have limited access to clean water, consume unhygienic food, breathe foul air and live in densely packed surroundings. BBC Reports
With Victoria reopening, America's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci has heaped praise on the states recovery. SBS reports
India is bracing for a possible second wave, officials have warned that the country's capital, New Delhi, could see more than 10,000 cases a day in the next wave. Read more here
Efforts to eradicate polio across the globe have been hindered by a pause in the vaccination program and a funding shortfall due to COVID-19. SBS reports