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As governments, private companies, and research centers across the world race to find the most effective vaccine for COVID-19, it is inevitable for ethical concerns to arise amongst many scientists and communities.
The relationship between the personality and behavior of individuals during the COVID-19 lockdown is something important to keep in mind during this time...
As the COVID-19 pandemic stretches into its sixth month, many countries around the world are cautiously returning to normal life, attempting to maintain a delicate balance between public and economic health.
Throughout the search for a possible vaccine or cure to the quickly spreading COVID-19, over 100 countries have joined the World Health Organization (WHO) in its international effort to evaluate four of the world’s top candidates in stamping out the virus.
A common steroid known as Dexamethasone reduced deaths in patients with severe cases of COVID-19 recently in Britain, the New York Times reports.
Beginning at the end of 2019, COVID-19 has claimed the lives of millions of individuals. Currently, after more than six months after the first case was reported, scientists are in the process of creating and testing COVID-19 vaccines.