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The Covid-19 pandemic has encouraged child labor in Latin America

Some 8.2 million minors, between the ages of 5 and 17, work in Latin America and the Caribbean, a region that is "far" from eradicating this child activity due to the pandemic.

India passes the 28 million cases of Covid-19 while the infections decrease

India on Monday surpassed 28 million coronavirus infections since the start of the pandemic, although in the last 24 hours the Asian country registered...

The US makes the use of face masks more flexible in those who have already been vaccinated

The new CDC guidance, however, maintains the recommendation that vaccinated people continue to wear face masks when traveling on public transportation.

This is how Europe prepares for the era of Covid-19 free flights

Cabin disinfection, thermal scans, distancing and quick swabs before boarding will be necessary conditions in Europe to have Covid-19 free flights.

Covid-19: Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine is claimed to be effective against mutations

German drugmaker BioNTech said Monday that there is no evidence that its Covid-19 vaccine, developed jointly with Pfizer, needs modifications to be effective against the other variants of the virus.

India announces multimillion-dollar healthcare aid amid an egregious second wave of Coronavirus

The Central Bank of India announced that it will allocate 6.7 billion dollars to finance vaccine manufacturers, hospitals and healthcare companies fighting COVID-19.

The new measures announced by Joe Biden to accelerate vaccination against COVID-19 in the United States

The North American president detailed the next phase of the massive inoculation program, in which his administration will focus on facilitating.

COVID-19 Variants: Are They a Cause for Concern?

Viruses are constantly changing through mutation, and new variants of the virus are expected to appear over time. Sometimes new variants emerge.

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The Covid-19 pandemic has encouraged child labor in Latin America

Some 8.2 million minors, between the ages of 5 and 17, work in Latin America and the Caribbean, a region that is "far" from eradicating this child activity due to the pandemic.
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A estimate that global oil demand will stabilize by the end of 2022

Global oil demand is recovering at a strong pace this June and that trend should continue in the coming quarters, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).

Bitcoin can’t break through $38,000, a key step in attempting a new shot

The main cryptocurrency is trading around US $36,000 this Saturday, after a week marked by instability.

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