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The

World Health Organization (WHO)

has urged rich countries to contribute the 16,000 million dollars necessary to launch its plan to defeat Covid-19 in the world this year.

According to the WHO, a

quick injection of money

into its Access to Tools Accelerator plan against Covid (ACT-A) could end covid-19 as a global health emergency this year.

ACT-A aims to develop, produce and distribute tools against the pandemic, including vaccines, tests, treatments and protective equipment.

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Venezuela reaches 499,537 cases of Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic

The

Venezuelan

authorities detected 1,560 new cases of covid-19 in the last 24 hours, all by community transmission, bringing the country to 499,537 infections since the start of the pandemic, Executive Vice President Delcy Rodríguez reported Tuesday.

"The Presidential Commission for the Prevention, Care and Control of covid informs the people of Venezuela that in the last few hours a total of 1,560 new infections were registered in the national territory, all cases due to community transmission," he said in his Twitter account. Twitter.

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07.34

Protests in Canada continue and several provinces decide to ease Covid restrictions

Given the determination of the protesters to continue blocking downtown Ottawa as they have for more than ten days, this Tuesday a movement seemed to begin to relax the restrictions imposed by the

Covid-19

pandemic in Canada, one of the countries with measures stricter.

Under pressure, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went out to the intersection of truckers blocking the streets of the Canadian capital in rejection of the government's health measures.

As from the beginning of the protest, which broke out on January 29, the government minimized the movement, which he describes as a "marginal and noisy minority."

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07.31

The Government of Mexico denies that "experiments" have been carried out with covid patients

The

Mexican

government denied on Tuesday that authorities in the capital of Mexico City had carried out an "experiment" with

Covid-19 patients

during the first stage of the pandemic using ivermectin, a drug discouraged by the WHO for its treatment.

“Mexico City did not conduct any experiments,” Hugo López-Gatell, head of the national anticovid strategy and Undersecretary of Health, told reporters.

The official thus responded to publications accusing that the capital government ignored warnings from the world scientific community that discouraged the use of this substance, opting to include it in a package of medicines that was delivered to thousands of infected people to combat the disease.

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07.20

The WHO urges rich countries to provide funds for its international plan that could "defeat" the pandemic this year

The

World Health Organization (WHO)

has urged rich countries to contribute the 16,000 million dollars necessary to launch its plan to defeat Covid-19 in the world this year.

According to the WHO, a

quick injection of money

into its Access to Tools Accelerator plan against Covid (ACT-A) could end covid-19 as a global health emergency this year.

ACT-A aims to develop, produce and distribute tools against the pandemic, including vaccines, tests, treatments and protective equipment.

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