UNICEF: More than 117 Million Children at Risk of Missing out on Measles Vaccines, because of the COVID-19 Pandemic

More than 117 million children worldwide could be deprived of measles vaccination within the prescribed timeframe due to a new type of coronavirus pandemic, according to the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).

The Fund noted that measles vaccination is currently delayed in 24 countries due to the pandemic.

Nearly 35 kilograms cocaine seized in southern Turkey

Security forces seized nearly 35 kilograms (around 77 pounds) of cocaine in Turkey's southern Mersin province, authorities said on April 13.

Anti-narcotics and customs officers recovered a total of 34.79 kilograms (76.61 pounds) of heroin from a ship coming from South America, according to a statement issued by the chief public prosecutor's office.

When to Expect Coronavirus Vaccine?

When will we have a Covid-19 vaccine? Public-facing scientists such as the UK's chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance, and his US counterpart, Anthony Fauci, keep repeating that it won't be before 12 to 18 months. But other voices - including some of those in the race to create a vaccine themselves - have suggested that it could be as early as June. Who is right?

Why Are Some Men Hairier than Others?

When it comes to hairiness, you may have noticed that some men are considerably hairier than others. Of course, there are some men that get rid of their body and facial hair and some that actively encourage hair growth, so this makes a difference. However, there are also other reasons why some men are much hairier than others.

Bulgaria Starts Production of Medicines for COVID-19 Treatment

Bulgaria will start the production of the medications chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine known for treatment of malaria. There has been medical evidence that they give good results in the treatment of COVID-19. The technology has already been mastered. The components needed for the production have already been ordered. The first 5,000 packages of the drugs will be available by April 20.

There is no longer any treatment at home; all those infected must go to hospitals

These are the instructions that the Ministry of Health and the Institute of Public Health "Milan Jovanovic Batut" forwarded to local governments.
Until now, patients who had no symptoms of the disease or had a mild clinical picture were treated at home.