The depressive state of the world is forcing people to avoid the news, the Reuters Institute reported, based on its own research.
A study by a British study group found that the combined effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Russia-Ukraine war and the cost of living crisis have reduced interest in the news.
One of the richest people in the world participated in the "Time 100" summit in New York and on that occasion spoke about the consequences of the COVID-19 virus as well as the possibility of new pandemics.
On that occasion, he stated that humanity should not count on being so lucky in the event of the next pandemic.
Beijing will conduct mass testing of most of its 21 million people, authorities announced Monday, as a new COVID-19 outbreak sparked stockpiling of food by residents worried about the possibility of a Shanghai-style lockdown.
The Chinese capital began mass testing people in one of its 16 districts where most of the new cases have been found.
The COVID-19 epidemic in Greece is continuing to wind down at a steady and fairly swift pace according to epidemiological data released today.
The National Public Health Organisation has announced that 30 COVID-19 patients have died and that 7,014 infections have been confirmed in the last 24 hours.
Ljubljana – The coronavirus epidemic in Slovenia is on a continued decline, as 561 new cases reported for Saturday, down 28% on the week before, and hospital numbers dropping. Hospitalisations are meanwhile up slightly, and one person with a confirmed coronavirus infection died, the latest data shows.