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La donne a changé et le déploiement mondial, même réussi, des vaccins actuels ne garantit plus la victoire. Daniel Cole/AP

Les vaccins ne suffiront pas contre les variants. Il faut une stratégie mondiale de « suppression maximale » du virus

Les variants ont changé la donne. Nous devons agir en conséquence pour éviter de nouvelles vagues d’infections, de nouvelles fermetures, restrictions, hospitalisations et décès évitables.
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New COVID variants have changed the game, and vaccines will not be enough. We need global ‘maximum suppression’

COVID-19 variants of concern have changed the game. We need to recognise and act on this to avoid future waves of infections, yet more lockdowns and restrictions, and avoidable illness and death.
Técnico de Patología sostiene una muestra de cerebro obtenida mediante la técnica de la autopsia mínimamente invasiva (Foto: Quique Bassat)

No sabemos de qué mueren los niños en los países pobres: hemos encontrado una forma de averiguarlo

Saber de qué mueren las personas es crucial para poder tomar medidas que lo eviten. Sin embargo, la falta de datos fiables juega en nuestra contra en algunos países.
Manifestantes antimascarillas, antivacunas y antitest de covid en Londres en agosto de 2020. Shutterstock / T Salci

El escepticismo ante las vacunas: un reto en la era de la covid-19

Se espera que en un tiempo récord se desarrolle una vacuna contra la covid-19 segura y eficaz, cuya aprobación podría producirse en algún momento de 2021.
The increasingly well-coordinated global anti-vaccine movement has repurposed itself to challenge the very reality of COVID-19. Hasan Esen/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

COVID-19: A global survey shows worrying signs of vaccine hesitancy

A safe, effective COVID-19 vaccine is expected to be developed in record time and may be approved for production, distribution and acceptance some time in 2021.
The main concern when talking about the liveability of a city like Melbourne should be sustaining the health and well-being of residents. Leonid Andronov/Shutterstock

Seven steps Melbourne can take to regain its ‘liveable city’ crown

Rather than mourn the end of a seven-year reign as ‘world’s most liveable city’, Melbourne could raise its sights to become more liveable, healthy and sustainable for all who live in the city.

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