Investigation ordered into Wolverhampton Covid lab test failings

The UKHSA said about 400,000 samples had been processed by the privately-run lab and it estimated 43,000 people may have been given incorrect negative test results, with 4,000 of those from Wales. Some may also be in the south-east of England and scattered across the country. Source link

Call for investigation of menstrual changes after Covid jabs

There is no evidence of any impact on fertility – but research will help to counter false claims. Source link

Imported Dog Develops Rabies, Investigation Launched

June 21, 2021 — A public health investigation is under way in Pennsylvania, Illinois, Indiana, New Jersey and New York after an imported rescue dog was found to have rabies. At least 12 people were exposed to the dog, which was among 33 dogs and one cat that arrived from Azerbaijan at O’Hare… Continue reading Imported Dog Develops Rabies, Investigation Launched

Snack attack: How to find healthy snacks (CBC Marketplace)

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WHO promises review of COVID-19 response | Power & Politics

The World Health Organization says it will launch an independent evaluation of the global response to the coronavirus pandemic, but Canada’s international … source

Top JAMA Editor Out Amid Podcast Investigation

March 25, 2021 — One of the top research journals in the United States has placed its editor in chief on administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation into a controversial podcast episode that critics labeled as racist. The American Medical Association’s Joint Oversight Committee announced that Howard Bauchner, MD, is on leave beginning… Continue reading Top JAMA Editor Out Amid Podcast Investigation

COVID-19: World Health Organisation begins inquiry in Wuhan, China

After being quarantined, World Health Organisation investigators have begun their inquiry into the outbreak of COVID-19 in Wuhan, China. The virus first … source