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Air pollution can increase COVID risk by weakening our immune defences and exacerbating underlying health conditions.
Three years on, the COVID pandemic may never end – but the public health impact is becoming more manageable5 min read
The WHO first described COVID as a pandemic on March 11, 2020. Where are we at, three years later?
How will the coronavirus pandemic be in 2023? This question is in some ways impossible to answer, given a number of unknowns. One thing is for certain though – the pandemic is not over yet.
China’s Zero COVID policy is being criticised as a means of legitimising the abandonment of public health in the West.
Focusing mainly on therapeutics and vaccines, without attempting prevention of transmission at a population level, is flawed public health.
There is no going back to a pre-pandemic normal – only forward to a new one. The world pre-2020 no longer exists.