Join | Renew | Donate
The GHSN quarterly newsletter features the latest news on the GHSN, upcoming global health meetings, health security news and much more...
Download Q3 now.
Join the conversation on global health security and take part in the online policy forums. Meet and network with other members from around the world.
Start a Conversation now...
The GHSN blog is regularly updated with latest news articles on health security. As a member we encourage you to share any news articles you find informative so that we can share research around the world.
The Indian state of Maharashtra will see tighter restrictions from Monday following a sharp spike in Covid-19 infections.
France has entered its third national lockdown as it battles a surge in cases of Covid-19 that threatens to overwhelm the country's hospitals. BBC Reports
The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has said further investigation is needed to conclusively rule out that Covid-19 emerged from a laboratory in China.
Pfizer says trials of its Covid vaccine in children aged 12 to 15 show 100% efficacy and a strong immune response.
By the middle of February, health workers at an expansive hospital in western India were beginning to believe that the coronavirus pandemic's deadly surge was rapidly easing.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has joined more than 20 world leaders in calling for a new global settlement to help the world prepare for future pandemics.
WHO investigators who travelled to China to research the origins of COVID-19 were not allowed to access some raw data, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says.
A new "double mutant" variant of the coronavirus has been detected from samples collected in India.
The US will release four million doses of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine to its neighbours, Canada and Mexico, the White House has said.
As Victoria recorded a coronavirus milestone with no active cases, another virus is sweeping through Melbourne’s suburbs.
While it is nowhere near as serious as COVID-19, the virus is making life difficult for many families and can be dangerous for the young and elderly.
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) produces a number of the same symptoms as the common cold, including respiratory distress, runny nose, cough and fever.