The Imvanex vaccine, approved in the European Union since 2013, contains an attenuated form of the smallpox virus and the European Medicines Agency recommends it as a 'potential vaccine for monkeypox'
Monkeypox infections have been detected in 31 countries in Europe. The most common symptoms are rash, fever, nausea and fatigue
Ukraine, Medevac of rescEU: among the millions of people fleeing the war in Ukraine, chronically ill patients are the ones that urgently need specialised medical care
Ukraine has received 21 ambulances from France. This was stated by the Ministry of Health in a statement, Ukrainian news agency reports
Humanitarian emergencies: an ambitious partnership between the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and the Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (DG ECHO)…
The worsening crisis between Ukraine and Russia is prompting local authorities to appeal for blood donations, in the hope that it will not be needed
WHO concerned about Covid in Europe: "If action is not taken now against Covid-19, by March 2022 there will be a total of two million deaths from the coronavirus in Europe"
WHO on Covid in Europe: increase in new infections due to low temperatures, poor vaccination coverage and predominance of Delta variant
Rising Covid infections in Europe prompt countries to adopt new restrictions to contain the epidemic
Emergency use of Merck's anti-Covid drug: European Agency's decision following UK green light