- Technology - South Korea is moving forward Against Omicron Virus
Technology – South Korea is moving forward Against Omicron Virus.
Technology – plan to utilize artificial intelligence and facial recognition
South Korea is moving forward with a plan to utilize artificial intelligence
and facial recognition through thousands of closed-circuit cameras to track the movement of COVID-19 infected people.
The nationally fund pilot project in Bucheon will become operational in January, according to a city official.
The UK had its first patient death from the #Omicron variant of COVID-19, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Monday.
The UK is facing a wave of Omicron infections ahead without additional restrictions in place,
scientists from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine found in a disease modeling study.
A formal investigation is underway at the University of Florida in the U.S. after reports of fear among faculty members
and instances of pressure to destroy and delay research relating to COVID-19.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said its data may have overestimated
the number of people who have received first doses of COVID-19 vaccines, and underestimated the number of people who have received boosters.
The Director of the U.S. CDC said Friday that nearly 80% of the first 43 Omicron variant cases in the U.S. were in fully vaccinate people,
adding that nearly everyone who contracted the variant experienced mild symptoms.
New York’s mask mandate went into effect Monday, which requires all residents and visitors to wear face coverings in indoor public spaces.
Visitors to Brazil must now present a vaccine passport showing their inoculation against COVID-19.
The President of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa is being treat for mild COVID-19 symptoms after testing positive on Sunday.
Ramaphosa has delegate all responsibilities to Deputy President David Mabuza for the week.
Nicaragua one million COVID-19 vaccines by China, government representatives announce Sunday.
Currently Nicaragua has fully vaccinated 38 percent of its adult population.