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VOA: WHO, other UN agencies, Monitoring Animal Transmission of COVID-19

The World Health Organization, along with two other United Nations agencies, said Monday they are monitoring the transmission of COVID-19 among animal...

BBC: Covid: Omicron probably in most countries, WHO says

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the new coronavirus variant Omicron is probably already present in most countries around the...

VOA: WHO Europe Warns Region’s COVID-19 Deaths Could Reach 2.2M by March

The World Health Organization’s (WHO) Europe regional office Tuesday said the 53-country area could see another 700,000 COVID-19 deaths in the next...

BBC: Covid: WHO calls for booster pause to vaccinate poorer nations

WHO Chief Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said a pause would allow for at least 10% of the population in every country to...

VOA: WHO: COVID-19 Cases Rise Again in Europe after 10-Week Decline

The World Health Organization says the recent decline in the number of new coronavirus infections throughout Europe “has come to an end.”

VOA: WHO Says Africa Experiencing Third Wave of COVID-19 Infections

“Africa is facing a fast-surging third wave of COVID-19 pandemic, with cases spreading more rapidly and projected to soon overtake the peak...

NPR: The ‘Time Has Come’ For A Global Pandemic Treaty, WHO’s Tedros Says

The COVID-19 pandemic proves that the world needs a pandemic treaty, says WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. It's the one major change,...

npr: Overwork Killed More Than 745,000 People In A Year, WHO Study Finds

Working long hours poses an occupational health risk that kills hundreds of thousands of people each year, the World Health Organization says.

NPR: Reflections On Coronavirus A Year In

It's been about a year since the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a pandemic. The world has learned a lot in...

BBC: Covid: WHO backs Oxford vaccine ‘even if variants present’

The World Health Organization recommends using the vaccine developed by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca even in countries tackling new variants...
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Penn State Athletics to expand alcohol sales at Beaver Stadium

Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics announced the expansion of alcohol sales to the general public, following a vote today (Sept. 23) by the...