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Will everyone in the world have access to a Covid vaccine? G 27 November 2020
Will everyone in the world have access to a Covid vaccine? Video G 27 November 2020
The hunt for a coronavirus vaccine is showing promise
but it is premature to say the end of the pandemic is nigh.
Several rich countries have signed a 'frenzy of deals'
that could prevent many poor nations from getting access to immunisation
until at least 2024.
Also, many drug firms are potentially refusing to waive patents
and other intellectual property rights in order to secure exclusive rights to any cure.
Is the new Covid vaccine our way back to normality? G 13 November 2020
Is the new Covid vaccine our way back to normality? Video G 13 November 2020
The news this week that the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine
protected more than 90% of recipients in trials
is of huge importance.
The efficacy is significantly higher than hoped for
and thus far there appear to be no safety concerns.
Coronavirus: what has changed about what we know? G 16 October 2020
Coronavirus: what has changed about what we know? Video G 16 October 2020
Covid-19 has spread around the world,
sending millions of people into lockdown as health services struggle to cope.
From symptoms and long Covid to vaccines and treatments, the Guardian's health editor, Sarah Boseley,
explains what we now know about the virus that we did not at the beginning of the crisis
Work, life and balancing it all during coronavirus | A New Normal G 22 July 2020
Work, life and balancing it all during coronavirus | A New Normal Video G 22 July 2020
There has been massive upheaval in the world of work
over the past four months with coronavirus lockdowns,
furlough schemes and redundancy.
What can we learn going forward?
In this episode of A New Normal,
Iman Amrani speaks to Guardian readers
about travelling less, dealing with childcare,
what working from home is really like,
and how they're feeling about a changed workplace.
Owen Jones meets the coronavirus key workers battling through a deadly pandemic 26 May 2020
Owen Jones meets the coronavirus key workers battling through a deadly pandemic Video G 26 May 2020
For some, lockdown has felt like an eternity,
but a lot of key workers have continued to go to work
through unprecedented circumstances.
Owen Jones asked four workers,
a postal worker, a care home worker,
a cycle courier and a security guard,
to give us an insight into their working life during the pandemic
and ask if enough has been done to keep them safe from Covid-19
What does the 'R' number of coronavirus mean? The Guardian 12 May 2020
What does the 'R' number of coronavirus mean? Video The Guardian 12 May 2020
The 'R' number of coronavirus
is a figure that is being closely scrutinised
as ministers decide when to end lockdown in the UK.
Boris Johnson even said
the country must keep the R rate below one
in order to avoid the disaster of a second peak.
But what does the R number mean and why is it important?
Kate Proctor explains why
the government is keeping a close eye on Covid-19's R number
and what it signifies
How Covid-19 contact tracing can help beat the pandemic The Guardian 7 May 2020
How Covid-19 contact tracing can help beat the pandemic Video The Guardian 7 May 2020
If the UK government wants to start
easing the country's lockdown restrictions,
it needs to get contact tracing right.
But what does that mean?
What would successful contact tracing even look like?
Josh Toussaint-Strauss tries to find out
with a little help from Oxford Professor
and infectious disease epidemiologist,
and the Guardian's UK technology editor,
Why the 5G coronavirus conspiracy theory is false The Guardian 1 May 2020
Why the 5G coronavirus conspiracy theory is false Video G 1 May 2020
Conspiracy theories linking 5G technology to coronavirus
have resulted in dozens of phone masts across the UK
being vandalised in recent weeks.
Theories about the dangers of 5G had already been circulating,
despite regulators confirming
that the radiation levels of the new technology
are well within safe boundaries.
So how did the conspiracy incorrectly linking it to 5G start?
And is 5G really dangerous?
We explain why 5G has nothing to do with Covid-19
Coronavirus tests: what they are and how they can help The Guardian 20 April 2020
Coronavirus tests: what they are and how they can help Video The Guardian 20 April 2020
There's a lot of talk about coronavirus testing at the moment,
but some people are getting confused about what they actually are.
How is the antibody test different to the PCR antigen test?
What do they do? And why are they important?
Josh Toussaint-Strauss speaks with Professor David Smith
to answer some of these covid-19 questions
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