How is it possible to be tested positive for covid-19 between the first and the second dose of the vaccine?

Nurse Maria Angelica Sobrinho, 53, was the first to be vaccinated against covid-19 in the city of Bahia in Brazil. A few days later, she started showing symptoms and was diagnosed with a coronavirus infection. Many of the vaccines already in use in different countries require two doses to ensure full protection, such as Pfizer, OxfordLire la suite « How is it possible to be tested positive for covid-19 between the first and the second dose of the vaccine? »

Why North Korea wanted to hack Pfizer vaccine data

North Korean hackers have carried out a cyberattack on Pfizer’s computer systems in order to steal data on the coronavirus vaccine. The Pyongyang regime, which has yet assured for months that the country has not been affected by the epidemic, the country has just demanded from the United Nations the delivery of vaccine aid with aLire la suite « Why North Korea wanted to hack Pfizer vaccine data »

DOES YOUR BLOOD TYPE PROTECT YOU AGAINST COVID-19? 

Several studies support the hypothesis that blood groups have an impact on Covid-19 contamination. Group O would be more protective. What if your blood type protected you against Covid-19? This is what Inserm researchers are saying in a study published in the journal Viruses at the end of January. It confirms around forty other studies on the subject carried outLire la suite « DOES YOUR BLOOD TYPE PROTECT YOU AGAINST COVID-19? « 

The life of a small second on Earth for man

published by Jules bercy The earth is the cradle of humanity. Man reigns supreme there, without anything seeming to be able to stop him. Yet planet earth did not wait for man to begin its history. Since life appeared, the earth has hosted countless species, which have followed one another for more or less long time. But 99.9%Lire la suite « The life of a small second on Earth for man »

Gorillas at the San Diego Zoo test positive for coronavirus

Officials at the zoo’s Safari Park said several gorillas had tested positive for the virus and believed an asymptomatic staff member had infected the animals. “Aside from a little congestion and cough, gorillas are fine,” said Lisa Peterson, executive director of the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. Several gorillas at San Diego Zoo Safari ParkLire la suite « Gorillas at the San Diego Zoo test positive for coronavirus »

Valéry Giscard the former President of the French Republic died of the consequences of Covid-19

Giscard had been hospitalized since mid-November, the former head of state in France from 1974 to 1981, he died of Covid-19, he was 94 years old. On September 14, « VGE » had already been hospitalized on September 14 at the Georges Pompidou hospital, in Paris, for « a slight infection in the lungs ». Valéry Giscard d’Estaing died thisLire la suite « Valéry Giscard the former President of the French Republic died of the consequences of Covid-19 »

The 8 major pandemics that have marked history

Epidemics have existed since Antiquity; they did not wait for globalization or the coronavirus crisis to spread across the globe. 8.The plague of Athens (-430 to -426 BC) The first documented pendemic in history, the plague of Athens is in fact probably due to thyphoid fever. Described by the historian Thucydides, himself affected by the disease,Lire la suite « The 8 major pandemics that have marked history »

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