are 70 years of age or over• Should we give immunosuppressed individuals neutralizing antibodies for prevention, to give them some degree of temporary protection while we vaccinate as many people in the wider population as possible? This week, UNICEF and its partners will launch the regional outreach campaign LearningAtHome through their digital channels to provide families and educators in the region with free educational and entertainment tools, as well as tips and examples of good health and hygiene practices.
and global citizens, their families, and communities.
The main problem right now is that there are no data to indicate if the level of immunity reduces infection or, more importantly, if these immune responses are good enough to protect these individuals from hospitalization from severe COVID-19.
Speed and efficiency in trial conduct were necessary.
have had an organ transplant and are on immune suppressive therapy• Case reports show patients with SARS-CoV-2 infection persisting for 200 days.
Over 100 disability advocacy organizations and a coalition of disability rights and emergency management experts in the host country recently made an urgent call for immediate response, addressing the specific needs of persons with disabilities to maintain their health, safety, dignity, and independence in the community throughout the COVID-19 outbreak and related health emergencies.
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