Jan 23, 2023 · Latest news from WHO. Digital app released to boost physical activity – and help get children moving. Quadripartite launches a new platform to tackle antimicrobial resistance threat to human and animal health and ecosystems. WHO highlights oral health neglect affecting nearly half of the world’s population.
World Health Organization Coronavirus disease situation dashboard presents official daily counts of COVID-19 cases and deaths worldwide, along with vaccination rates and other vaccination data, while providing a hub to other resources. Interactive tools, including maps, epidemic curves and other charts and graphics, with downloadable data, allow users to track and explore the latest trends ...
Who we are. Founded in 1948, WHO is the United Nations agency that connects nations, partners and people to promote health, keep the world safe and serve the vulnerable – so everyone, everywhere can attain the highest level of health.
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Jan 23, 2023 · 24 January 2023. Departmental news. New WHO study: Making diagnosis of hepatitis C more accessible and closer to the community using point-of-care HCV viral load assays. 24 January 2023. Departmental news. Practical manual on tuberculosis laboratory strengthening updated to support the implementation of WHO-recommended diagnostics.
Jan 11, 2023 · Latest news from WHO. Three years of pandemic learning response: reaching learners across the world with life-saving health knowledge. One-stop resource toolkit launched on refugee and migrant health. New WHO study: Making diagnosis of hepatitis C more accessible and closer to the community using point-of-care HCV viral load assays.
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