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As vaccination rollouts gather pace around the world, attention is now turning to vaccines of another kind: vaccine passports.

CNBC on MSN.com Mar 5 2021 - 02:21

Visionary Thai dystopian pop artist Pyra has released a bold new single “yellow fever” with Yayoi Daimon (Japan) and Ramengvrl (Indonesia).

LionhearTV on MSN.com Mar 3 2021 - 20:42

It was 1793, and yellow fever was running rampant through Philadelphia.

Smithsonian Magazine Mar 3 2021 - 06:05

Thai pop artist Pyra has released a fiery new single ‘Yellow Fever’ with Indonesian rapper Ramengvrl and Japanese rapper Yayoi Daimon.

NME Mar 2 2021 - 17:16

Deadman’s Island was originally established as one of two “quarantine stations” in Pensacola Bay at the turn of the 20th century, when the yellow f

USA Today Mar 2 2021 - 09:39

Something closer to my heart, the 2002 SARS outbreak almost paralysed the entire travel industry.

The Star Feb 26 2021 - 16:12

They couldn’t.

Smithsonian Magazine Feb 26 2021 - 04:05

INOVIO begins patient dosing in phase 1B clinical trials of INO-4500 to treat Lassa fever in West Africa: Pennsylvania Friday, February 26, 2021, 1

Pharmabiz Feb 26 2021 - 02:30

With vaccines rolling out, tourism-dependent nations are trying to balance fighting Covid-19 with economic necessity.

Bloomberg on MSN.com Feb 24 2021 - 22:17

The history of medicine is filled with heroes who went that extra step for science, heroically drinking vomit infected with yellow fever to see how

IFLScience Feb 24 2021 - 10:02

Chief Medical Officer Dr Roshan Parasram has called on all persons who haven’t been vaccinated against the yellow fever disease to do so immediatel

Trinidad Express Newspapers Feb 24 2021 - 08:32

The Ministry of Health is urging the public to get vaccinated against yellow fever after the vi­rus was detected in mon­keys in South Trinidad.

Trinidad Express Newspapers Feb 24 2021 - 05:45

Decatur began the year with grand hopes and high expectations. The Civil War, though fresh in the minds of many, was an afterthought.

Decatur Daily Feb 23 2021 - 21:03

John Cody In 1968, the last step in officers’ training was to get the Yellow Shot booklet.

Easy Reader Feb 23 2021 - 20:12

The patient mustard seed can wait through drought, fire, flood and other extreme conditions and still bloom, sometimes dozens of years after it fir

Santa Rosa Press Democrat Feb 23 2021 - 19:37

Bard College announces the appointment of Juliet Morrison ’03 to the College’s board of trustees.

Bard College Feb 23 2021 - 16:00

Yellow fever was the first human disease to have a licensed vaccine and has long been considered important to an understanding of how epidemics hap

News Medical Feb 23 2021 - 15:29

New cases of the hemorrhagic fever are emerging as Guinea confronts the coronavirus pandemic on top of yellow fever and measles outbreaks.

Washington Post Feb 19 2021 - 10:30

Concerns have been raised that African countries may struggle to effectively deploy Covid-19 vaccines at the unprecedented scale needed to counter

Elmoudjaweb Feb 19 2021 - 00:11

Concerns have been raised that African countries may struggle to effectively deploy Covid-19 vaccines at the unprecedented scale needed to counter

Quartz Feb 19 2021 (All day)

The World Health Organization on Thursday placed West African nations including Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast and Liberia on high alert, following a ne

Latin American Herald Tribune Feb 18 2021 - 11:20

Adjuvant Capital today announced an oversubscribed $300 million fund focused on accelerating the development of medical innovations for historicall

Associated Press Feb 18 2021 - 02:07

For travel, the jury is still out, for example right now, if you want to travel to a country like Jamaica, you must provide proof of yellow fever v

Trinidad Express Newspapers Feb 18 2021 - 01:36

The Guinean authorities are under pressure to address the Ebola outbreak, which has arrived when resources are already stretched by the Covid-19 pa

The Africa Report Feb 17 2021 - 07:33

The UK Government has given the biggest indication yet that vaccine certificates could be used to reboot international travel.

The Telegraph on MSN.com Feb 17 2021 - 04:34

On 14 February 2021, the Ministry of Health (MoH) of Guinea informed WHO of a cluster of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) cases in the sub-prefecture of G

World Health Organization Feb 16 2021 - 16:00

The prospect of vaccine passports is getting closer in Europe — with more governments considering introducing them not only for travelers, but also

Voice of America Feb 16 2021 - 12:23

Now, as the coronavirus pandemic surges, legislators are trying to break their agency apart.

WYFF4 Feb 15 2021 - 13:23

Public health workers in South Carolina have been tasked with keeping the state safe for 143 years, ever since a health board was created following

Live 5 News Feb 15 2021 - 12:57

Public health workers in South Carolina have been tasked with keeping the state safe for 143 years, ever since a health board was created following

ABC Columbia Feb 15 2021 - 10:30

The Rio de Janeiro municipal government will establish a year-long vaccination scheme to prevent an outbreak of yellow fever, according to Health S

Radio Havana Cuba Feb 15 2021 - 03:01

DAKAR, Senegal - Public health officials in Guinea declared a new epidemic of Ebola on Sunday after recording seven cases and three deaths - the fi

Seattle Times Feb 14 2021 - 11:27

It’s the first resurgence there since the hemorrhagic fever devastated three nations during the 2014-2016 crisis.

Washington Post Feb 14 2021 - 10:56

It’s the first resurgence there since the hemorrhagic fever devastated three West African nations during the 2014-2016 crisis.

Washington Post on MSN.com Feb 14 2021 - 10:15

Posted . The flare-up of the mosquito-borne disease yellow fever has killed 325 people in Angola, spread as far as Chi

Reuters Feb 13 2021 - 14:47

Harrisburg has faced many diseases in its history, but none were as perplexing as a mysterious fatal fever that generated civil unrest and vigilant

Penn Live on MSN.com Feb 13 2021 - 07:42

The certificates will verify Covid inoculations and will be developed by the government, following the likes of Greece, Spain, Poland, Iceland and

Daily Mail on MSN.com Feb 12 2021 - 17:51

His kingdom for Today, we have Deet and Picaridin, two highly effective forms of mosquito repellent that I’m sure would’ve made my grandfather’s ex

Task & Purpose Feb 12 2021 - 08:44

Public health officials warned Americans that these disparities would reveal how medical racism, poverty, co-morbidities and labor conditions combi

Washington Post Feb 12 2021 - 08:00

Vaccination against the ten selected pathogens is projected to avert 69 million deaths between 2000 and 2030. 2.

2minutemedicine.com Feb 11 2021 - 14:57

Matthew Keezer points out that travel will never be the same again.

Digital Journal Feb 11 2021 - 08:12

The idea of a vaccine passport would be to create an updated version of the so-called yellow card, more formally known as the International Certifi

Mint Feb 10 2021 - 22:04

"Yellow Terror" arrived in the mail out of the blue.

Times Free Press Feb 10 2021 - 16:00

Other countries must catch up on vaccine rollout before travel restrictions lift A Covid vaccination certificate that could unlock holidays abroad

Evening Standard on MSN.com Feb 10 2021 - 04:46

With millions being vaccinated against Covid-19 every day, some political and business leaders are suggesting nations can help get life back to nor

Washington Post Feb 9 2021 - 16:43

But Lauren Rennie, a Scottish TikTok user, did not apparently know that and things didn’t turn ot so well for her.

Indiatimes on MSN.com Feb 8 2021 - 20:57

Yellow fever kills some 15% of those infected, but has an effective vaccine.

BBC Feb 8 2021 - 19:42

ROSLYN HEIGHTS, NEW YORK -- Passport Health New York is has extended discounted pricing for the Yellow Fever vaccine for travelers who may be plann

Patch Feb 8 2021 - 12:37

Lauren Jennie decided to try a DIY mask while suffering from a nasty breakout during lockdown and TikTok'd the results

tyla Feb 8 2021 - 06:58

Sailors assigned to the Navy's only forward-deployed aircraft carrier, USS Ronald Reagan, began receiving the second shot of the COVID-19 vacc

US Department of Defense Feb 8 2021 - 04:57