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Hello Filmmaker: Here’s All You Need To Know About World Health Organization Film Festival

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The World Health Organization (WHO) will soon start accepting submissions for their world wide film festival. If you're a...

How Serious Is Noise Pollution?

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Noise pollution seems to be the least talked about kind of environmental pollutions, the sad part is, it is a lot more...

WHO: Kids Who Are 5 Years And Younger Should Not Have To Wear...

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Children who are 5 years and under should not be made to wear masks during the coronavirus pandemic, according the World Health...

Coronavirus: WHO Says 70 Vaccines In The Works, With Three Leading Candidates

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There are 70 coronavirus vaccines in development globally, with three candidates already being tested in human trials, according to the World Health Organization, as...

Coronavirus Could Be Airborne – WHO Study Reveals

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The World Health Organization is considering "airborne precautions" for medical staff after a new study showed the coronavirus can survive in the...

Facebook To Fight Coronavirus Fake News In Nigeria

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Facebook has said it is running a fact-checking pilot in Nigeria to help stop the spread of fake news about coronavirus.

Actor Tom Hanks And Wife Rita Wilson Test Positive To Coronavirus

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Oscar-winning actor, Tom Hanks has revealed that he and wife Rita Wilson have tested positive for coronavirus in Australia.

Coronavirus Is Now A Pandemic: Here’s What It Means

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A pandemic, a word from the Greek pan ("all") and demos ("people"), is the term used by disease experts when epidemics are growing in multiple countries...

WHO Lists Ghana, Nigeria Among Top Risk African Nations For Coronavirus

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The World Health Organisation has identified Nigeria and 12 others as high-risk African countries for the deadly coronavirus disease.

#WorldSuicidePreventionDay: ‘One Person Dies Every 40 Seconds From Suicide’, WHO Says

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The number of people worldwide who die from suicide is declining but one person still kills themselves every 40 seconds, according to new figures...