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While the worst days are over, the hidden economic impact of Covid-19 still poses a threat to countries across Asia-Pacific, where a fresh but mild wave of Covid-19 cases is picking up.
With bird flu spreading globally, some argue fur farming should be abolished to impede transmission to humans.
Researchers in India have conducted a genomic study of the disease to develop an mRNA vaccine capable of neutralising all four of the dengue virus infection strains.
Covid-19 has not gone away but the public health emergency could end in 2023, say health leaders. However, China remains a cause for concern.
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Indonesia's laws aren't effectively cracking down on rampant animal trafficking
As long as the law does not recognise it as transnational organised crime, the illegal trade of wildlife will continue to flourish in Indonesia.
To limit the impact of the coming crises on lives and livelihoods, governments must take urgent action to boost the resilience of their health systems.
Climate-driven migration and shrinking animal habitats increase the risk that viruses and bacteria will jump from animal hosts to humans–just as SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, likely did.
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Concrete plans and financing will be needed. The COP27 and COP15 summits can also be combined, writes former Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos. Climate change and biodiversity loss must be addressed in tandem.
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