As Covid-19 continues to ravage societies and blight or even end the lives of many, scientists are looking for different types of therapeutic treatments to treat and prevent the coronavirus. One such initiative involves antibodies.
In this week’s show, we talked to Dr David Ho online about his recent pioneering research into using human antibodies to fight Covid-19.
第三波疫情發展至今，已經接近一個月。政府昨天宣布會再延長現行的社交距離措施， 包括二人限聚令、室內室外強制戴口罩令、禁晚市堂食等等，措施暫定延長至8月11 日。
In this week’s show, we looked at the world’s second most populous country, India. Currently, it has the fourth-highest number of Covid-19 cases globally, and the highest number in Asia.
India, home to 1.3 billion people, is currently undergoing one of the world’s strictest lockdowns.
In late March, we spoke to Professor Keiji Fukuda, Director of the School of Public Health in the University of Hong Kong and former Assistant Director-General for Health Security at the World Health Organization.
Since the Covid-19 outbreak began, the World Health Organization (WHO) has been criticised for its slowness in declaring the coronavirus to be a global pandemic, and for defending China’s handling of the epidemic.
A few places have seemed to have things more under control though. One of them is Taiwan.