World Trade Organization (WTO) on Corona Vaccine Patents

Is the BA.2 subvariate in Ómicron as contagious as measles?

A global health organization (WHO) official has suggested that it will have a transmission rate similar to that of an eruptive disease.Many experts say they are responsible for the increase in cases in Asia and Europe.

Is the BA.2 subvariate in Ómicron as contagious as measles?

A global health organization (WHO) official has suggested that it will have a transmission rate similar to that of an eruptive disease.Many experts say they are responsible for the increase in cases in Asia and Europe.

Is the BA.2 subvariate in Ómicron as contagious as measles?

A global health organization (WHO) official has suggested that it will have a transmission rate similar to that of an eruptive disease.Many experts say they are responsible for the increase in cases in Asia and Europe.

Is the BA.2 subvariate in Ómicron as contagious as measles?

A global health organization (WHO) official has suggested that it will have a transmission rate similar to that of an eruptive disease.Many experts say they are responsible for the increase in cases in Asia and Europe.

Is the BA.2 subvariate in Ómicron as contagious as measles?

A global health organization (WHO) official has suggested that it will have a transmission rate similar to that of an eruptive disease.Many experts say they are responsible for the increase in cases in Asia and Europe.

Is the BA.2 subvariate in Ómicron as contagious as measles?

A global health organization (WHO) official has suggested that it will have a transmission rate similar to that of an eruptive disease.Many experts say they are responsible for the increase in cases in Asia and Europe.

Hong Kong faces an overflowing morgue and coffin shortages due to the COVID-19 wave

Hong Kong faces an overflowing morgue and coffin shortages due to the COVID-19 wave

Hong Kong faces an overflowing morgue and coffin shortages due to the COVID-19 wave

Hong Kong faces an overflowing morgue and coffin shortages due to the COVID-19 wave

Hong Kong faces an overflowing morgue and coffin shortages due to the COVID-19 wave

The number of cases of influenza in Argentina has increased during an abnormal time of the year.

There have been more cases of influenza caused by influenza A H3N2 virus across the country. Experts at Infobae highlighted the differences between COVID-19 and seasonal allergies.

The number of cases of influenza in Argentina has increased during an abnormal time of the year.

There have been more cases of influenza caused by influenza A H3N2 virus across the country. Experts highlighted in Infobae the differences between COVID-19 and seasonal allergies.

Pfizer calls for a second reinforced capacity against covid-19 in the United States

Pfizer calls for a second booster dose against covid-19 in the United States

Pfizer calls for a second booster dose against covid-19 in the United States

COVID-19 remains the main concern of the Olympic movement as the month to go milestone arrives for Beijing 2022

The countdown towards the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games has reached the one month to go milestone. The milestone will likely be welcomed by local organizers and the IOC as the road to the 2022 Winter Olympics has been massively complicated by the ongoing pandemic

THE HULA REPORT: The IOC, Olympics Endure the Era of Disruption

President Thomas Bach has become a sort of disrupter-in-chief, advocating changes that toss out the status quo, which is under assault.

The unknown of the 2030 Winter Games begins to unravel in a week of important IOC meetings

Fewer number of commissions will gather for annual meetings at IOC headquarters. Positive news regarding Samira Asghari, the Afghan IOC member.

Public support for Vancouver 2030 bid waning, according to new poll of British Columbians

Researchers say “the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent experience of Tokyo as a host city” appear to be reasons for the slide.

Beijing 2022 Playbooks published

Cali 2021 confirms the requirement of full vaccination for spectators and up to 75% capacity at venues

Panam Sports President Neven Ilic predicts the presence of numerous Tokyo Olympians in search of places for Santiago 2023.

A centenary celebration for Wimbledon’s Centre Court will highlight the 2022 tournament

Organizers expect a return to normal for The Championships for the first time since 2019.

Cuba suffers its first setbacks outside the World Boxing Championships ring: COVID-19 knocks out four fighters before taking the plane

Double Olympic champion in Rio and Tokyo, Arlén López, was surprisingly excluded from a team of four Olympic medalists for the Belgrade event.

“Mixed Zone” podcast: Sporting events still searching for definitive vaccination protocol heading into 2022

“Mixed Zone”, in English and Spanish, is a new weekly podcast with the information and analysis of world sport that can only be found at Around the Rings.

FIFA wants Qatar to ease mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for 2022 World Cup

The current regulations require all fans who want to attend matches must be fully inoculated. The upcoming Arab Cup tournament may provide a glimpse into how Qatar will handle the World Cup.

“Mixed Zone” podcast: Spectators are back for the Beijing Winter Games, while there is confirmation the fix was in for boxing at Rio 2016

“Mixed Zone”, in English and Spanish, is a new weekly podcast with the information and analysis of world sport that can only be found at Around the Rings.

FIS allocates money to member associations to “mitigate the financial pressures” of the pandemic - Federation Focus

Also: World Rugby unveils new women’s competition; UIPM president running unopposed for eighth term in November elections; U.S. Ski & Snowboard appoints new president & CEO

Hula Report: New leaders on the horizon for National Olympic Committees as overdue elections are finally held

The pandemic and the one-year delay in holding Tokyo 2020 means that for dozens of NOCs it’s time to vote at last.