China’s stringent COVID policies have made foreign businesses far from “fully confident” about doing business there.
In fact, the virus could have entered North Korea from China, and Pyongyang’s poor health system and rejection of vaccine aid worsened matters.
“Cut-and-paste” COVID-19 conspiracy theories are being revived for the monkeypox outbreak.
This headline and others oversimplified what two Columbia University academics actually said. Origins of the virus behind the COVID-19 pandemic remain in dispute.
China strictly limits what’s counted as a COVID-19 “death.” True fatalities in the ongoing Shanghai outbreak are likely far higher.
SARS-CoV-2 was not manufactured by Moderna, though the jury is still out on the origins of the virus.
A majority of Russians appear to support the war against Ukraine. Their alternate world of disinformation may explain why.
Russia allegedly used a nerve agent against dissident Alexey Navalny; China has restricted information scientists want about the pandemic origins in Wuhan.
The German service of the Russian-state owned broadcaster RT was barred for not having a license. It’s Russia that routinely censors foreign and domestic media.
Rapid coronavirus tests kits aren’t 100 percent accurate, but the results are not “preset.”
The Vienna police estimated only 44,000 protesters. Some were arrested for attacking journalists, shooting off fireworks and refusing masks.