In July, the WHO offered to carry out a second phase of research in China, including a laboratory and market test in Wuhan.
"We will not accept such an origin research plan, because in some respects it does not take into account common sense and is contrary to science," Zen Jensin, deputy minister of the National Health Commission, told reporters.
Lab tests showed that almost 100% of the cells lived despite being infected with the virus after animals were treated with the specific drugs
Turkey on June 28 announced that it suspended flights from six countries as part of measures against the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a circular issued by Turkish Interior Ministry, the country suspended flights from Bangladesh, Brazil, South Africa, India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka as of July 1 and until further notice.
Nearly half of Turkish students have difficulty focusing on online classes, while a significant part of them have started to worry about their future during the pandemic, according to a COVID-19 impact report.
A study prepared by the Tüvana Education Foundation for Children Willing to Study (TOÇEV) revealed how the COVID-19 pandemic affected the education system in Turkey.
On June 15th Covid-19 epidemic in Slovenia officially ended. But as it turns out nothing has really changed.
Dnevnik takes issue with formal end of epidemic
Dnevnik argues in Wednesday’s commentary that the formal end of the coronavirus epidemic does not change anything, it merely creates confusion and undermines public trust in the authorities.