WHO Advisories regarding COVID-19

Last March, the World Health Organization, the premier administrative body in charge of monitoring the world’s health-related issues and concerns,...
Last March, the World Health Organization, the premier administrative body in charge of monitoring the world’s health-related issues and concerns, declared that the COVID-19 has reached pandemic levels and encouraged the governments to implement the necessary measures to reduce transmission of the virus and prompt treatment of those who have been inflicted. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious respiratory disease caused by a new strain of coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. People who contracted this disease may experience mild to moderate respiratory illness...
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COVID-19: List of FDA-Approved Products Safe for Pub...

Americans rely on the FDA to evaluate whether medical products such as medical drugs, diagnostic tests, and other medical equipment...
Americans rely on the FDA to evaluate whether medical products such as medical drugs, diagnostic tests, and other medical equipment or devices are safe and effective. When a public health crisis emerges, like what we’re going through now with COVID-19, there may be an urgent need for products to prevent, diagnose, or treat the medical threat.  In certain types of medical emergencies, the FDA can issue an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to ensure timely access to drugs, diagnostic tests, and...
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COVID-19: A CDC Overview

COVID-19 is the latest among the respiratory diseases that have endangered human lives. SARS-CoV-2 is the causative agent of this...
COVID-19 is the latest among the respiratory diseases that have endangered human lives. SARS-CoV-2 is the causative agent of this disease and has been reported to be zoonotic in origin, and this disease came from animals and due to various human interventions and activities, found its way into a new host. What do we know about this disease? Anyone is susceptible to contract this disease regardless of race, sex, age, and location. Anyone can have mild to severe symptoms. Older...
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