They studied coronaviruses in order to prevent the next pandemic. Now they’re being blamed for potentially causing one.
President Nayib Bukele is widely popular, but his most recent measure has drawn accusations that he is trying to suppress opposition demonstrations.
More than 600,000 people have died from COVID-19 in Brazil since the pandemic began.
It’s a myth that proliferates even in one of the world’s most vaccinated countries, despite health experts consistently denying its plausibility.
Alberta and Saskatchewan, as well as the Northwest Territories, still have frighteningly high rates of active COVID-19 infections.
What started as a heartwarming story of human kindness has within days evolved into a national reckoning on animal abuse.
The use of bleach to treat COVID has gained legitimacy across Latin America.
After Asian wet markets and food were bullied by COVID racism, a Shanghai marketplace gets a haute couture treatment.
A charismatic and rebellious monk built an ultra-religious commune at the very edge of Europe. Now he’s under arrest and his followers are left in limbo.
The customer reportedly sat down in the dining area and refused to put on a mask or provide proof of vaccination.
Partygoers were reportedly trying to “build up natural immunity” rather than get vaccinated.
Led by President Bolsonaro, Brazil’s delegation to the UN General Assembly committed a series of blunders that mortified many Brazilians.