The death of Dr. Li Wenliang (Feb.7.2020) sparks outrage as he was the first whistleblower for the current outbreak. Until this moment, many human rights groups and civil groups worldwide are demanding an investigation into his alleged grievance and speech suppression. Corruption from the beginning China tried to
It's still uncertain for many countries if the school will reopen for the current season. COVID-19 cases are increasing in several countries like Japan, some countries at the European Union and Turkey. However, remote education has proven to be the current valid alternative for education in such an uncertain state.
Amid COVID-19 crisis, we see severe shortage of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) worldwide, to the point that a strict organization like FDA is making exceptions for PPE usage, and there are volunteer effors to try to alleviate this shortage like GetUsPPE. Also, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides
The arrival of COVID-19 brought complex challenges worldwide. In Latin America, precisely in Brazil, the worst pandemic seen in a century challenges states, cities, and public health care management. Recently, the country surpassed China in the total number of confirmed deaths With cases expected to accelerate in Latin America’s
Whilst the world is shutting down as many countries have initiated lock-down and #stayhome measures aiming to overcome the COVID-19 Pandemic, We have decided to create a responsive aiming to serve our readers in this stressful time, by creating specific content to help, encourage and support our readers. Medevel's Pandemic
Switzerland has its own Science task force as a response to COVID-19 pandemics. It is a required initiative to put all the scientific minds into good use to advise, plan and overcome the challenges for the threats. The Swiss National COVID-19 Science Task Force is created specifically for COVID-19 pandemic,
A research paper published by Arni S.R. Srinivasa Rao, Ph.D. and Jose A. Vazquez, M.D., FACP, FIDSA (Medical College of Georgia, Division of Infectious Diseases at Augusta University) proposing to use machine learning algorithms to be able to improve possible case identifications of COVID-19 more quicker. The