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"dr hanan bulky" Discussed on UN News

UN News

02:40 min | 2 months ago

"dr hanan bulky" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the united nations. A lack of new treatments for common illnesses has left. People exposed to the world. Mice dangerous bacteria the u. n. health agency said on thursday the alert from the world health organization. Who is delivered a report showing that none of the forty-three antibiotics in development sufficiently addresses the growing threat posed by thirteen priority drug resistant bacteria. This persistent failure to develop and distribute effective new. Antibiotics threatens our ability to successfully treat bacterial. Infections said dr hanan bulky. Who assistant director general on antimicrobial resistance those most at risk are young children and those living in poverty according to who three and ten newborns developed blood infections die because the antibiotics used to treat. Sepsis are no longer effective. Bacterial pneumonia another preventable illness. Which has developed resistance to currently available drugs. it's also a major cause of childhood mortality among under-fives more than four and a half million new cases of covid nineteen were recorded in the last seven days the seventh week in a row of rising infections announcing the development in a regular update the world health organization. Who said that. The uptick had been highest in southeast asia particularly india and the eastern mediterranean corona virus. Deaths also rose for the fourth consecutive week increasing by seven percent compared to the previous week with more than seventy six thousand victims reported globally only africa and the americas did not see an increase in the number of deaths. The largest increase was one hundred eighty nine percent in the western pacific largely driven by the philippines followed by a forty seven percent spike in south east asia to iraq. Now and good news from the city of mosul. Where the winning designed to rebuild. Our new mosque has been chosen for more than one hundred twenty entries from across the world. It's a landmark moment in the water cities reconciliation and social cohesion after years of control by isolate extremists and the destruction of the iconic landmark when they were driven out in two thousand seventeen. Said you agency unesco the egyptian team that won the competition scoop the award for their imaginative reconstruction of al nuri prayer hall and complex and for the way it blends into its surroundings through open public spaces while the whole will look as it did before the mosque was destroyed. It will reopen with better natural lighting and more space for women and visitors. There were being closed gardens to inspired by the historic houses and gardens that were located around the prayer hall party. It's remodeling in nineteen forty. Four unesco said it maintained that historical sites were key to reviving the spirit of mosul and iraq daniel. Johnson you're news..

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Alert Over Shortage of New Drugs for ‘World’s Most Dangerous Bacteria’

UN News

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Alert Over Shortage of New Drugs for ‘World’s Most Dangerous Bacteria’

"A lack of new treatments for common illnesses has left. People exposed to the world. Mice dangerous bacteria the u. n. health agency said on thursday the alert from the world health organization. Who is delivered a report showing that none of the forty-three antibiotics in development sufficiently addresses the growing threat posed by thirteen priority drug resistant bacteria. This persistent failure to develop and distribute effective new. Antibiotics threatens our ability to successfully treat bacterial. Infections said dr hanan bulky. Who assistant director general on antimicrobial resistance those most at risk are young children and those living in poverty according to who three and ten newborns developed blood infections die because the antibiotics used to treat. Sepsis are no longer effective. Bacterial pneumonia another preventable illness. Which has developed resistance to currently available drugs. it's also a major cause of childhood mortality among under-fives

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