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  • 2019年11月19日
    Dirty gold from Peru

    November 19, 2019, Madre de Dios, Peru: In the city of Mazuco, there is a Compro Oro, a store where gold is bought and sold. where the amalgam of gold and mercury is heated. The amalgam of mercury and gold is heated to recover only the precious ore. Mercury vapours are directly released into the air and have toxic effects on the nervous, digestive and immune systems, as well as on the lungs, kidneys, skin and eyes. (Credit Image: © Olivier Donnars/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Olivier Donnars/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2020100806002

  • 2020年07月02日
    Some Employees with disabilities still able to work during pandemic

    July 2, 2020, Roswell, GA: Chris Nelson, 36, who has a developmental disability, collects shopping carts as part of his courtesy clerk job at a Kroger grocery store in Roswell, Ga. He is considered an essential worker during the pandemic crisis and is exempt from mandated lockdowns. He is required to wear protective mask during his shift. While most people with disabilities are not inherently at higher risk for becoming infected with or having severe illness from COVID-19, some people with disabilities might be at a higher risk of infection or severe illness because of their underlying medical conditions. All people seem to be at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 if they have serious underlying chronic medical conditions like chronic lung disease, a serious heart condition, or a weakened immune system, according to the Centers for Disease Control. (Credit Image: © Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070309368

  • 2020年07月02日
    Some Employees with disabilities still able to work during pandemic

    July 2, 2020, Roswell, GA: Chris Nelson, 36, who has a developmental disability, collects shopping carts as part of his courtesy clerk job at a Kroger grocery store in Roswell, Ga. He is considered an essential worker during the pandemic crisis and is exempt from mandated lockdowns. He is required to wear protective mask during his shift. While most people with disabilities are not inherently at higher risk for becoming infected with or having severe illness from COVID-19, some people with disabilities might be at a higher risk of infection or severe illness because of their underlying medical conditions. All people seem to be at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 if they have serious underlying chronic medical conditions like chronic lung disease, a serious heart condition, or a weakened immune system, according to the Centers for Disease Control. (Credit Image: © Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070309311

  • 2020年07月02日
    Some Employees with disabilities still able to work during pandemic

    July 2, 2020, Roswell, GA: Chris Nelson, 36, who has a developmental disability, collects shopping carts as part of his courtesy clerk job at a Kroger grocery store in Roswell, Ga. He is considered an essential worker during the pandemic crisis and is exempt from mandated lockdowns. He is required to wear protective mask during his shift. While most people with disabilities are not inherently at higher risk for becoming infected with or having severe illness from COVID-19, some people with disabilities might be at a higher risk of infection or severe illness because of their underlying medical conditions. All people seem to be at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 if they have serious underlying chronic medical conditions like chronic lung disease, a serious heart condition, or a weakened immune system, according to the Centers for Disease Control. (Credit Image: © Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070305856

  • 2020年07月02日
    Some Employees with disabilities still able to work during pandemic

    July 2, 2020, Roswell, GA: Chris Nelson, 36, who has a developmental disability, collects shopping carts as part of his courtesy clerk job at a Kroger grocery store in Roswell, Ga. He is considered an essential worker during the pandemic crisis and is exempt from mandated lockdowns. He is required to wear protective mask during his shift. While most people with disabilities are not inherently at higher risk for becoming infected with or having severe illness from COVID-19, some people with disabilities might be at a higher risk of infection or severe illness because of their underlying medical conditions. All people seem to be at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 if they have serious underlying chronic medical conditions like chronic lung disease, a serious heart condition, or a weakened immune system, according to the Centers for Disease Control. (Credit Image: © Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070309298

  • 2020年07月02日
    Some Employees with disabilities still able to work during pandemic

    July 2, 2020, Roswell, GA: Chris Nelson, 36, who has a developmental disability, collects shopping carts as part of his courtesy clerk job at a Kroger grocery store in Roswell, Ga. He is considered an essential worker during the pandemic crisis and is exempt from mandated lockdowns. He is required to wear protective mask during his shift. While most people with disabilities are not inherently at higher risk for becoming infected with or having severe illness from COVID-19, some people with disabilities might be at a higher risk of infection or severe illness because of their underlying medical conditions. All people seem to be at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 if they have serious underlying chronic medical conditions like chronic lung disease, a serious heart condition, or a weakened immune system, according to the Centers for Disease Control. (Credit Image: © Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070309480

  • 2020年07月02日
    Some Employees with disabilities still able to work during pandemic

    July 2, 2020, Roswell, GA: Chris Nelson, 36, who has a developmental disability, collects shopping carts as part of his courtesy clerk job at a Kroger grocery store in Roswell, Ga. He is considered an essential worker during the pandemic crisis and is exempt from mandated lockdowns. He is required to wear protective mask during his shift. While most people with disabilities are not inherently at higher risk for becoming infected with or having severe illness from COVID-19, some people with disabilities might be at a higher risk of infection or severe illness because of their underlying medical conditions. All people seem to be at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 if they have serious underlying chronic medical conditions like chronic lung disease, a serious heart condition, or a weakened immune system, according to the Centers for Disease Control. (Credit Image: © Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070305875

  • 2020年07月02日
    Some Employees with disabilities still able to work during pandemic

    July 2, 2020, Roswell, GA: Chris Nelson, 36, who has a developmental disability, collects shopping carts as part of his courtesy clerk job at a Kroger grocery store in Roswell, Ga. He is considered an essential worker during the pandemic crisis and is exempt from mandated lockdowns. He is required to wear protective mask during his shift. While most people with disabilities are not inherently at higher risk for becoming infected with or having severe illness from COVID-19, some people with disabilities might be at a higher risk of infection or severe illness because of their underlying medical conditions. All people seem to be at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 if they have serious underlying chronic medical conditions like chronic lung disease, a serious heart condition, or a weakened immune system, according to the Centers for Disease Control. (Credit Image: © Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070309451

  • 2020年07月02日
    Some Employees with disabilities still able to work during pandemic

    July 2, 2020, Roswell, GA: Chris Nelson, 36, who has a developmental disability, collects shopping carts as part of his courtesy clerk job at a Kroger grocery store in Roswell, Ga. He is considered an essential worker during the pandemic crisis and is exempt from mandated lockdowns. He is required to wear protective mask during his shift. While most people with disabilities are not inherently at higher risk for becoming infected with or having severe illness from COVID-19, some people with disabilities might be at a higher risk of infection or severe illness because of their underlying medical conditions. All people seem to be at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 if they have serious underlying chronic medical conditions like chronic lung disease, a serious heart condition, or a weakened immune system, according to the Centers for Disease Control. (Credit Image: © Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070309314

  • 2020年07月02日
    Some Employees with disabilities still able to work during pandemic

    July 2, 2020, Roswell, GA: Chris Nelson, 36, who has a developmental disability, collects shopping carts as part of his courtesy clerk job at a Kroger grocery store in Roswell, Ga. He is considered an essential worker during the pandemic crisis and is exempt from mandated lockdowns. He is required to wear protective mask during his shift. While most people with disabilities are not inherently at higher risk for becoming infected with or having severe illness from COVID-19, some people with disabilities might be at a higher risk of infection or severe illness because of their underlying medical conditions. All people seem to be at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 if they have serious underlying chronic medical conditions like chronic lung disease, a serious heart condition, or a weakened immune system, according to the Centers for Disease Control. (Credit Image: © Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070309441

  • 2020年07月02日
    Some Employees with disabilities still able to work during pandemic

    July 2, 2020, Roswell, GA: Chris Nelson, 36, who has a developmental disability, collects shopping carts as part of his courtesy clerk job at a Kroger grocery store in Roswell, Ga. He is considered an essential worker during the pandemic crisis and is exempt from mandated lockdowns. He is required to wear protective mask during his shift. While most people with disabilities are not inherently at higher risk for becoming infected with or having severe illness from COVID-19, some people with disabilities might be at a higher risk of infection or severe illness because of their underlying medical conditions. All people seem to be at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 if they have serious underlying chronic medical conditions like chronic lung disease, a serious heart condition, or a weakened immune system, according to the Centers for Disease Control. (Credit Image: © Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070309359

  • 2020年07月02日
    Some Employees with disabilities still able to work during pandemic

    July 2, 2020, Roswell, GA: Chris Nelson, 36, who has a developmental disability, collects shopping carts as part of his courtesy clerk job at a Kroger grocery store in Roswell, Ga. He is considered an essential worker during the pandemic crisis and is exempt from mandated lockdowns. He is required to wear protective mask during his shift. While most people with disabilities are not inherently at higher risk for becoming infected with or having severe illness from COVID-19, some people with disabilities might be at a higher risk of infection or severe illness because of their underlying medical conditions. All people seem to be at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 if they have serious underlying chronic medical conditions like chronic lung disease, a serious heart condition, or a weakened immune system, according to the Centers for Disease Control. (Credit Image: © Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070309367

  • 2020年08月01日
    Demonstration against corona measures in Berlin

    01 August 2020, Berlin: A man holds signs, among other things with the inscription “Corona delusion weakens immune system“ at the demonstration against the corona restrictions. The initiative “Querdenken 711“ has called for the demonstration against the corona measures. The motto of the demonstration is “The end of the pandemic - Freedom Day“. Photo: Christoph Soeder/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080305545

  • 2020年08月07日
    Breastfeeding amidst the Coronavirus Pandemic in Nairobi, Kenya - 07 Aug 2020

    August 7, 2020, Nairobi, Kenya: 19 year old single mother Angelina Auma (R) and her mother Pamela Akinyi (L) are seen taking care of their one week old baby..Through breastfeeding, mothers in Kibera slums are able to protect their babies with a vital source of immune-boosting to enable the proper growth of their babies. (Credit Image: © Donwilson Odhiambo/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Donwilson Odhiambo/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020081405058

  • 2020年08月07日
    Breastfeeding amidst the Coronavirus Pandemic in Nairobi, Kenya - 07 Aug 2020

    August 7, 2020, Nairobi, Kenya: 19 year old single mother Angelina Auma and her mother Pamela Akinyi are seen taking care of their one week old baby..Through breastfeeding, mothers in Kibera slums are able to protect their babies with a vital source of immune-boosting to enable the proper growth of their babies. (Credit Image: © Donwilson Odhiambo/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Donwilson Odhiambo/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020081404973

  • 2020年09月10日
    A doctor vaccinates a newly-born baby at a health center in Gaza, Palestine - 11 Sep 2020

    September 10, 2020, Gaza, Palestine: A doctor dressed in protective suit examines a newborn baby before administering the human immune system vaccine at a health center during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. (Credit Image: © Yousef Masoud/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Yousef Masoud/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020091509550

  • 2020年09月11日
    A doctor vaccinates a newly-born baby at a health center in Gaza, Palestine - 11 Sep 2020

    September 11, 2020, Gaza, Palestine: A doctor dressed in protective gloves examines a newborn baby before administering the human immune system vaccine at a health center during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. (Credit Image: © Yousef Masoud/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Yousef Masoud/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020091509500

  • 2020年10月31日
    Healthy Human T Cell

    Scanning electron micrograph of a human T lymphocyte (also called a T cell) from the immune system of a healthy donor. Credit: NIAID.、クレジット:IMAGE POINT FR / NIH / NIAID/Universal Images Group/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021030103288

  • 2021年03月01日
    Vaccinations increase for senior citizens

    March 1, 2021, Atlanta, GA, USA: A 63-year-old woman with a compromised immune system receives first of two Pfizer vaccines for the COVID-19 virus at a mass vaccination site at a Delta Airlines lot near AtlantaÃs Hartsfield-Jackson airport. (Credit Image: © Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021030409075

  • 2021年03月01日
    Vaccinations increase for senior citizens

    March 1, 2021, Atlanta, GA, USA: A 63-year-old woman with a compromised immune system receives first of two Pfizer vaccines for the COVID-19 virus at a mass vaccination site at a Delta Airlines lot near AtlantaÃs Hartsfield-Jackson airport. (Credit Image: © Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021030409163

  • 2021年03月01日
    Vaccinations increase for senior citizens

    March 1, 2021, Atlanta, GA, USA: A 63-year-old woman with a compromised immune system receives first of two Pfizer vaccines for the COVID-19 virus at a mass vaccination site at a Delta Airlines lot near AtlantaÃs Hartsfield-Jackson airport. (Credit Image: © Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Robin Rayne/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021030409185

  • 2021年05月26日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 26, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006498

  • 2021年05月26日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 26, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006582

  • 2021年05月26日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 26, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006617

  • 2021年05月26日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 26, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006593

  • 2021年05月26日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 26, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006447

  • 2021年05月26日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 26, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006608

  • 2021年05月26日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 26, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006513

  • 2021年05月28日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 28, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006632

  • 2021年05月28日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 28, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006572

  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006616

  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006528

  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006520

  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006540

  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021053006499

  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年05月29日
    India: Spread of mucormycosis

    May 29, 2021, Ajmer, India: Ear-Nose-Throat specialist Dr. Vijay Gakhar does an extended Functional Endoscopic Sinus surgery on a black and white fungus infected patient, at a hospital in Ajmer..A surge in cases of mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, is affecting India â a country already experiencing a severe rise in COVID-19 cases. More than 9,000 cases of the fungus have been reported, And medication to treat it is running low. This potentially fatal fungal infection is likely increasing due to the surge of people with COVID-19. Fighting the coronavirus can leave peopleâs immune systems compromised or weakened, which means they may have a higher chance of developing mucormycosis. Healthline spoke with experts to better understand what might have caused Indiaâs worsening health emergency. (Credit Image: © Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Shaukat Ahmed/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月07日
    Wild Animals: Florida Life and Economy

    June 6, 2021, SARASOTA, FLORIDA, USA: While your immune system has suffered a setback and weakened as a result of being infected with the fatal coronavirus Covid19 infection, good nutrition is essential for sustaining good health. To combat an infection, your body naturally needs more fluids and energy, hence it becomes very important to fuel up the body with enough nutrients than it usually requires. If you have recently recuperated from Covid-19, you should adhere to strict diet and healthy lifestyle. (Credit Image: © John Marshall Mantel/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©John Marshall Mantel/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月04日
    Virus Outbreak Indonesia

    Health worker received a shot of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during the third dose inoculation program in Mangusada Hospital, Bali, Indonesia on August 4 2021. Indonesian health workers receives the third dose COVID-19 vaccine using mRNA based vaccine from Moderna in order to boost their body‘s immune system and protect them from the new variant of coronavirus which has surged over the past few weeks in Indonesia. (Photo by Johanes Christo/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Johanes Christo/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月04日
    Virus Outbreak Indonesia

    Medical officer shows a vial of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during the third dose inoculation program for health workers in Mangusada Hospital, Bali, Indonesia on August 4 2021. Indonesian health workers receives the third dose COVID-19 vaccine using mRNA based vaccine from Moderna in order to boost their body‘s immune system and protect them from the new variant of coronavirus which has surged over the past few weeks in Indonesia. (Photo by Johanes Christo/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Johanes Christo/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月04日
    Virus Outbreak Indonesia

    Medical officer shows a vial of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during the third dose inoculation program for health workers in Mangusada Hospital, Bali, Indonesia on August 4 2021. Indonesian health workers receives the third dose COVID-19 vaccine using mRNA based vaccine from Moderna in order to boost their body‘s immune system and protect them from the new variant of coronavirus which has surged over the past few weeks in Indonesia. (Photo by Johanes Christo/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Johanes Christo/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月04日
    Virus Outbreak Indonesia

    Health worker received a shot of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during the third dose inoculation program in Mangusada Hospital, Bali, Indonesia on August 4 2021. Indonesian health workers receives the third dose COVID-19 vaccine using mRNA based vaccine from Moderna in order to boost their body‘s immune system and protect them from the new variant of coronavirus which has surged over the past few weeks in Indonesia. (Photo by Johanes Christo/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Johanes Christo/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月04日
    Virus Outbreak Indonesia

    Medical officer prepares a dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during the third dose inoculation program for health workers in Mangusada Hospital, Bali, Indonesia on August 4 2021. Indonesian health workers receives the third dose COVID-19 vaccine using mRNA based vaccine from Moderna in order to boost their body‘s immune system and protect them from the new variant of coronavirus which has surged over the past few weeks in Indonesia. (Photo by Johanes Christo/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Johanes Christo/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月04日
    Virus Outbreak Indonesia

    Medical officer prepares a dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during the third dose inoculation program for health workers in Mangusada Hospital, Bali, Indonesia on August 4 2021. Indonesian health workers receives the third dose COVID-19 vaccine using mRNA based vaccine from Moderna in order to boost their body‘s immune system and protect them from the new variant of coronavirus which has surged over the past few weeks in Indonesia. (Photo by Johanes Christo/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Johanes Christo/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月04日
    Virus Outbreak Indonesia

    Medical officer prepares a dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during the third dose inoculation program for health workers in Mangusada Hospital, Bali, Indonesia on August 4 2021. Indonesian health workers receives the third dose COVID-19 vaccine using mRNA based vaccine from Moderna in order to boost their body‘s immune system and protect them from the new variant of coronavirus which has surged over the past few weeks in Indonesia. (Photo by Johanes Christo/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Johanes Christo/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月04日
    Virus Outbreak Indonesia

    Health worker received a shot of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during the third dose inoculation program in Mangusada Hospital, Bali, Indonesia on August 4 2021. Indonesian health workers receives the third dose COVID-19 vaccine using mRNA based vaccine from Moderna in order to boost their body‘s immune system and protect them from the new variant of coronavirus which has surged over the past few weeks in Indonesia. (Photo by Johanes Christo/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Johanes Christo/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月04日
    Virus Outbreak Indonesia

    Medical officer prepares a dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during the third dose inoculation program for health workers in Mangusada Hospital, Bali, Indonesia on August 4 2021. Indonesian health workers receives the third dose COVID-19 vaccine using mRNA based vaccine from Moderna in order to boost their body‘s immune system and protect them from the new variant of coronavirus which has surged over the past few weeks in Indonesia. (Photo by Johanes Christo/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Johanes Christo/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月04日
    Virus Outbreak Indonesia

    Health worker received a shot of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during the third dose inoculation program in Mangusada Hospital, Bali, Indonesia on August 4 2021. Indonesian health workers receives the third dose COVID-19 vaccine using mRNA based vaccine from Moderna in order to boost their body‘s immune system and protect them from the new variant of coronavirus which has surged over the past few weeks in Indonesia. (Photo by Johanes Christo/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Johanes Christo/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月04日
    Virus Outbreak Indonesia

    Medical officer prepares a dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during the third dose inoculation program for health workers in Mangusada Hospital, Bali, Indonesia on August 4 2021. Indonesian health workers receives the third dose COVID-19 vaccine using mRNA based vaccine from Moderna in order to boost their body‘s immune system and protect them from the new variant of coronavirus which has surged over the past few weeks in Indonesia. (Photo by Johanes Christo/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Johanes Christo/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月04日
    Virus Outbreak Indonesia

    Health worker received a shot of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during the third dose inoculation program in Mangusada Hospital, Bali, Indonesia on August 4 2021. Indonesian health workers receives the third dose COVID-19 vaccine using mRNA based vaccine from Moderna in order to boost their body‘s immune system and protect them from the new variant of coronavirus which has surged over the past few weeks in Indonesia. (Photo by Johanes Christo/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Johanes Christo/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月06日
    The Rose City

    August 5, 2021, Portland, Oregon, USA: The United States is working to give additional COVID-19 booster shots to Americans with compromised immune systems as quickly as possible, as cases of the novel coronavirus continue to rise. More Americans are being tested for Covid-19, and waiting longer for results as virus cases surge and places from offices to concert venues require people to show proof they are not infected. (Credit Image: © John Marshall Mantel/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©John Marshall Mantel/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月14日
    HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDONESIA

    Acupressure massage in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia, on August 14, 2021. This massage method is done by applying pressure to certain body parts or also called acupressure points. Applying pressure at this point is believed to overcome blockages, improve flow, and restore energy balance in the body, helping to increase the body‘s immune system during a pandemic. (Photo by Donal Husni/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Donal Husni/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月14日
    Acupressure massage to boost immunity in Indonesia

    August 14, 2021, Sukabumi, Jawa Barat, Indonesia: Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia, August 14, 2021: Acupressure massage in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia. This massage method is done by applying pressure to certain body parts or also called acupressure points. Applying pressure at this point is believed to overcome blockages, improve flow, and restore energy balance in the body, helping to increase the body‘s immune system during a pandemic. (Credit Image: © Donal Husni/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Donal Husni/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月14日
    HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDONESIA

    Acupressure massage in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia, on August 14, 2021. This massage method is done by applying pressure to certain body parts or also called acupressure points. Applying pressure at this point is believed to overcome blockages, improve flow, and restore energy balance in the body, helping to increase the body‘s immune system during a pandemic. (Photo by Donal Husni/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Donal Husni/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月14日
    HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDONESIA

    Acupressure massage in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia, on August 14, 2021. This massage method is done by applying pressure to certain body parts or also called acupressure points. Applying pressure at this point is believed to overcome blockages, improve flow, and restore energy balance in the body, helping to increase the body‘s immune system during a pandemic. (Photo by Donal Husni/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Donal Husni/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月14日
    Acupressure massage to boost immunity in Indonesia

    August 14, 2021, Sukabumi, Jawa Barat, Indonesia: Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia, August 14, 2021: Acupressure massage in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia. This massage method is done by applying pressure to certain body parts or also called acupressure points. Applying pressure at this point is believed to overcome blockages, improve flow, and restore energy balance in the body, helping to increase the body‘s immune system during a pandemic. (Credit Image: © Donal Husni/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Donal Husni/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月14日
    Acupressure massage to boost immunity in Indonesia

    August 14, 2021, Sukabumi, Jawa Barat, Indonesia: Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia, August 14, 2021: Acupressure massage in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia. This massage method is done by applying pressure to certain body parts or also called acupressure points. Applying pressure at this point is believed to overcome blockages, improve flow, and restore energy balance in the body, helping to increase the body‘s immune system during a pandemic. (Credit Image: © Donal Husni/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Donal Husni/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月14日
    Acupressure massage to boost immunity in Indonesia

    August 14, 2021, Sukabumi, Jawa Barat, Indonesia: Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia, August 14, 2021: Acupressure massage in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia. This massage method is done by applying pressure to certain body parts or also called acupressure points. Applying pressure at this point is believed to overcome blockages, improve flow, and restore energy balance in the body, helping to increase the body‘s immune system during a pandemic. (Credit Image: © Donal Husni/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Donal Husni/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月14日
    Acupressure massage to boost immunity in Indonesia

    August 14, 2021, Sukabumi, Jawa Barat, Indonesia: Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia, August 14, 2021: Acupressure massage in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia. This massage method is done by applying pressure to certain body parts or also called acupressure points. Applying pressure at this point is believed to overcome blockages, improve flow, and restore energy balance in the body, helping to increase the body‘s immune system during a pandemic. (Credit Image: © Donal Husni/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Donal Husni/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月14日
    HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDONESIA

    Acupressure massage in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia, on August 14, 2021. This massage method is done by applying pressure to certain body parts or also called acupressure points. Applying pressure at this point is believed to overcome blockages, improve flow, and restore energy balance in the body, helping to increase the body‘s immune system during a pandemic. (Photo by Donal Husni/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Donal Husni/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月14日
    Acupressure massage to boost immunity in Indonesia

    August 14, 2021, Sukabumi, Jawa Barat, Indonesia: Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia, August 14, 2021: Acupressure massage in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia. This massage method is done by applying pressure to certain body parts or also called acupressure points. Applying pressure at this point is believed to overcome blockages, improve flow, and restore energy balance in the body, helping to increase the body‘s immune system during a pandemic. (Credit Image: © Donal Husni/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Donal Husni/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月14日
    HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDONESIA

    Acupressure massage in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia, on August 14, 2021. This massage method is done by applying pressure to certain body parts or also called acupressure points. Applying pressure at this point is believed to overcome blockages, improve flow, and restore energy balance in the body, helping to increase the body‘s immune system during a pandemic. (Photo by Donal Husni/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Donal Husni/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年08月14日
    HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDONESIA

    Acupressure massage in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia, on August 14, 2021. This massage method is done by applying pressure to certain body parts or also called acupressure points. Applying pressure at this point is believed to overcome blockages, improve flow, and restore energy balance in the body, helping to increase the body‘s immune system during a pandemic. (Photo by Donal Husni/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Donal Husni/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021082306895

  • 2021年08月14日
    HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDONESIA

    Acupressure massage in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia, on August 14, 2021. This massage method is done by applying pressure to certain body parts or also called acupressure points. Applying pressure at this point is believed to overcome blockages, improve flow, and restore energy balance in the body, helping to increase the body‘s immune system during a pandemic. (Photo by Donal Husni/NurPhoto)=クレジット:Donal Husni/NurPhoto/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021082306892

  • 2021年08月14日
    Acupressure massage to boost immunity in Indonesia

    August 14, 2021, Sukabumi, Jawa Barat, Indonesia: Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia, August 14, 2021: Acupressure massage in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia. This massage method is done by applying pressure to certain body parts or also called acupressure points. Applying pressure at this point is believed to overcome blockages, improve flow, and restore energy balance in the body, helping to increase the body‘s immune system during a pandemic. (Credit Image: © Donal Husni/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Donal Husni/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021081609294

  • 2021年09月03日
    ITALY-ROME-GREEN PASS-EXTEND

    (210902) -- ROME, Sept. 2, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi attends a joint press conference in Rome, Italy, on Sept. 2, 2021. Italy will start administering a third COVID-19 vaccine shot to people with the most fragile immune systems and plans to extend the use of the so-called Green Pass certificate, the country‘s leaders said here on Thursday. (Xinhua)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月03日
    ITALY-ROME-GREEN PASS-EXTEND

    (210902) -- ROME, Sept. 2, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi attends a joint press conference in Rome, Italy, on Sept. 2, 2021. Italy will start administering a third COVID-19 vaccine shot to people with the most fragile immune systems and plans to extend the use of the so-called Green Pass certificate, the country‘s leaders said here on Thursday. (Xinhua)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月03日
    ITALY-ROME-GREEN PASS-EXTEND

    (210902) -- ROME, Sept. 2, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi (3rd L) attends a joint press conference in Rome, Italy, on Sept. 2, 2021. Italy will start administering a third COVID-19 vaccine shot to people with the most fragile immune systems and plans to extend the use of the so-called Green Pass certificate, the country‘s leaders said here on Thursday. (Xinhua)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年12月16日
    Polar bear cub born at Scottish Highland Wildlife Park

    December 16, 2021: VIDEO AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE.**..The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) has today announced the birth of a tiny polar bear cub at Highland Wildlife Park, near Aviemore. ..Staff at the wildlife conservation charity were delighted when they first heard the distinct high-pitched cub sounds coming from the den earlier this week but say the coming months are crucial. ..CCTV footage captured in the den shows mum and cub enjoying a snooze. ..Vickie Larkin, carnivore team leader at Highland Wildlife Park said, ââ¬ÅThis is a tremendous occasion which is a testament to our teamââ¬â¢s hard-work. ..ââ¬ÅWhile we are excited about the new arrival, we are not celebrating quite yet as the first few weeks of a polar bearââ¬â¢s life is critical, with potential immune system complications and mumââ¬â¢s need for privacy during this time our top priority. ..ââ¬ÅLike all the animals in our care, our polar bears play an important role in attracting and engaging thousands ...

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  • 2022年01月11日
    BELGIUM-BRUSSELS-EU-TRIBUTE-SASSOLI

    (220111) -- BRUSSELS, Jan. 11, 2022 (Xinhua) -- The EU flags fly at half-mast as a tribute to European Parliament President David Sassoli, outside the European Commission in Brussels, Belgium, Jan. 11, 2022. European Parliament President David Sassoli died at age 65 at a hospital in Italy early Tuesday, his spokesperson has said.Sassoli, born on May 30, 1956, in Florence, Italy, had been hospitalized for more than two weeks due to a serious complication relating to immune system dysfunction.Sassoli was elected to the European Parliament in 2009. He became president of the European Parliament in 2019 and his term of office would have expired in days. (Xinhua/Zheng Huansong)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2022年01月11日
    BELGIUM-BRUSSELS-EU-TRIBUTE-SASSOLI

    (220111) -- BRUSSELS, Jan. 11, 2022 (Xinhua) -- The EU flags fly at half-mast as a tribute to European Parliament President David Sassoli, outside the European Commission in Brussels, Belgium, Jan. 11, 2022. European Parliament President David Sassoli died at age 65 at a hospital in Italy early Tuesday, his spokesperson has said.Sassoli, born on May 30, 1956, in Florence, Italy, had been hospitalized for more than two weeks due to a serious complication relating to immune system dysfunction.Sassoli was elected to the European Parliament in 2009. He became president of the European Parliament in 2019 and his term of office would have expired in days. (Xinhua/Zheng Huansong)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2022年01月11日
    BELGIUM-BRUSSELS-MOMENT OF SILENCE-SASSOLI

    (220111) -- BRUSSELS, Jan. 11, 2022 (Xinhua) -- People observe a moment of silence in memory of late European Parliament President David Sassoli, in front of the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, Jan. 11, 2022. European Parliament President David Sassoli died at age 65 at a hospital in Italy early Tuesday, his spokesperson has said.Sassoli, born on May 30, 1956, in Florence, Italy, had been hospitalized for more than two weeks due to a serious complication relating to immune system dysfunction.Sassoli was elected to the European Parliament in 2009. He became president of the European Parliament in 2019 and his term of office would have expired in days. (Xinhua/Zheng Huansong)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2022年01月11日
    BELGIUM-BRUSSELS-MOMENT OF SILENCE-SASSOLI

    (220111) -- BRUSSELS, Jan. 11, 2022 (Xinhua) -- People react after observing a moment of silence in memory of late European Parliament President David Sassoli, in front of the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, Jan. 11, 2022. European Parliament President David Sassoli died at age 65 at a hospital in Italy early Tuesday, his spokesperson has said.Sassoli, born on May 30, 1956, in Florence, Italy, had been hospitalized for more than two weeks due to a serious complication relating to immune system dysfunction.Sassoli was elected to the European Parliament in 2009. He became president of the European Parliament in 2019 and his term of office would have expired in days. (Xinhua/Zheng Huansong)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2022年01月11日
    BELGIUM-BRUSSELS-MOMENT OF SILENCE-SASSOLI

    (220111) -- BRUSSELS, Jan. 11, 2022 (Xinhua) -- People observe a moment of silence in memory of late European Parliament President David Sassoli, in front of the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, Jan. 11, 2022. European Parliament President David Sassoli died at age 65 at a hospital in Italy early Tuesday, his spokesperson has said.Sassoli, born on May 30, 1956, in Florence, Italy, had been hospitalized for more than two weeks due to a serious complication relating to immune system dysfunction.Sassoli was elected to the European Parliament in 2009. He became president of the European Parliament in 2019 and his term of office would have expired in days. (Xinhua/Zheng Huansong)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2022年01月11日
    BELGIUM-BRUSSELS-MOMENT OF SILENCE-SASSOLI

    (220111) -- BRUSSELS, Jan. 11, 2022 (Xinhua) -- People hug each other after observing a moment of silence in memory of late European Parliament President David Sassoli, in front of the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, Jan. 11, 2022. European Parliament President David Sassoli died at age 65 at a hospital in Italy early Tuesday, his spokesperson has said.Sassoli, born on May 30, 1956, in Florence, Italy, had been hospitalized for more than two weeks due to a serious complication relating to immune system dysfunction.Sassoli was elected to the European Parliament in 2009. He became president of the European Parliament in 2019 and his term of office would have expired in days. (Xinhua/Zheng Huansong)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2022年01月11日
    BELGIUM-BRUSSELS-MOMENT OF SILENCE-SASSOLI

    (220111) -- BRUSSELS, Jan. 11, 2022 (Xinhua) -- People observe a moment of silence in memory of late European Parliament President David Sassoli, in front of the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, Jan. 11, 2022. European Parliament President David Sassoli died at age 65 at a hospital in Italy early Tuesday, his spokesperson has said.Sassoli, born on May 30, 1956, in Florence, Italy, had been hospitalized for more than two weeks due to a serious complication relating to immune system dysfunction.Sassoli was elected to the European Parliament in 2009. He became president of the European Parliament in 2019 and his term of office would have expired in days. (Xinhua/Zheng Huansong)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 01:30.73
    2022年01月12日
    Chile initiates application of second booster shot as Omicron infections surge

    STORY: Chile initiates application of second booster shot as Omicron infections surgeDATELINE: Jan. 11, 2022LENGTH: 00:01:31LOCATION: SantiagoCATEGORY: SOCIETY/HEALTHSHOTLIST:1. various of Chileans getting vaccinated2. SOUNDBITE (Spanish): SEBASTIAN PINERA, President of ChileSTORYLINE:Chile started Monday to give a second booster shot to immunocompromised people due to the spreading of the Omicron variant.SOUNDBITE (Spanish): SEBASTIAN PINERA, President of Chile“This vaccine, the fourth dose or the second booster shot, will be available for everyone. Starting today, we will provide them for people with compromised immune systems, such as Miguel or Teresa (referring to two persons next to Pinera). And we will soldier on at full velocity. In Chile, we are seeing 4,000 daily cases. Frankly, this number will increase.“Chile planned to start the campaign to give fourth doses .....、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2022年01月12日
    S. Korea to administer COVID-19 treatment pills

    S. Korea to administer COVID-19 treatment pills Second Vice Health and Welfare Minister Ryu Geun-hyuk speaks during a press conference at the government complex in Sejong, central South Korea, on Jan. 12, 2022, about the planned administration of Paxlovid, a pill against COVID-19 developed by Pfizer Inc. South Korea will begin prescribing and administering the oral medication on Jan. 14, starting with patients with a weak immune system or those over the age of 65. (Yonhap)/2022-01-12 12:16:25/<Copyright ⓒ 1980-2022 YONHAPNEWS AGENCY. All rights reserved.>、クレジット:Yonhap News Agency/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2022年01月12日
    S. Korea to administer COVID-19 treatment pills

    S. Korea to administer COVID-19 treatment pills A trial run is held at a drugstore in Incheon, west of Seoul, on Jan. 12, 2022, for the country‘s planned prescription and administration of COVID-19 treatment pills that will begin on Jan. 14, starting with patients with a weak immune system or those over the age of 65. (Yonhap)/2022-01-12 12:16:43/<Copyright ⓒ 1980-2022 YONHAPNEWS AGENCY. All rights reserved.>、クレジット:Yonhap News Agency/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022011208566

  • 2022年01月13日
    Pfizer‘s antiviral pills introduced

    Pfizer‘s antiviral pills introduced Work to unload crates carrying Pfizer‘s oral medication for COVID-19, Paxlovid, for 21,000 patients is under way upon their arrival at Incheon International Airport, west of Seoul, on Jan. 13, 2022. They are part of a supply of pills for 762,000 patients that the South Korean government has bought from the U.S. drug company. The country will begin prescribing and administering the oral medication on Jan. 14, starting with patients with a weak immune system or those over 65. (Pool photo) (Yonhap)/2022-01-13 17:05:49/<Copyright ⓒ 1980-2022 YONHAPNEWS AGENCY. All rights reserved.>、クレジット:Yonhap News Agency/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022011304182

  • 2022年01月13日
    Pfizer‘s antiviral pills introduced

    Pfizer‘s antiviral pills introduced Work to move crates carrying Pfizer‘s oral medication for COVID-19, Paxlovid, for 21,000 patients is under way upon their arrival at Incheon International Airport, west of Seoul, on Jan. 13, 2022. They are part of a supply of pills for 762,000 patients that the South Korean government has bought from the U.S. drug company. The country will begin prescribing and administering the oral medication on Jan. 14, starting with patients with a weak immune system or those over 65. (Pool photo) (Yonhap)/2022-01-13 17:06:01/<Copyright ⓒ 1980-2022 YONHAPNEWS AGENCY. All rights reserved.>、クレジット:Yonhap News Agency/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022011304181

  • 01:35.62
    2022年07月29日
    Barcelona researchers hope patient “naturally“ cured of HIV to lead to new treatments

    STORY: Barcelona researchers hope patient “naturally“ cured of HIV to lead to new treatmentsDATELINE: July 29, 2022LENGTH: 00:01:36LOCATION: BARCELONA, SpainCATEGORY: HEALTHSHOTLIST:various of a hospitalvarious of the research teamSOUNDBITE 1 (Catalan): JOSEP MALLOLAS, Head of IDIBAPSSOUNDBITE 2 (Catalan): JOSEP MALLOLAS, Head of IDIBAPSSTORYLINE:Researchers and doctors from Barcelona‘s Hospital Clinic and the August Pi Sunyer Biomedical Research Institute (IDIBAPS) are studying the unique case of a woman who was diagnosed with HIV in 2006 but whose body prevented the virus from replicating without any medication.The researchers, who have just presented the case at this year‘s International AIDS Conference in Canada, hope the mechanism by which the woman‘s immune system fights the infection can lead to treatments to cure HIV...= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月29日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022072911281

  • 01:26.08
    2022年08月03日
    Israel begins vaccinating children under 5 against COVID-19

    STORY: Israel begins vaccinating children under 5 against COVID-19DATELINE: Aug. 3, 2022LENGTH: 0:01:26LOCATION: JerusalemCATEGORY: HEALTHSHOTLIST:1. various of a four-year old before and after receiving COVID-19 vaccineSTORYLINE:A nationwide vaccination campaign against COVID-19 for children aged six months to five years was launched in Israel on Sunday.The vaccination will provide children “with an important protection layer against serious illness and post-COVID symptoms,“ said a statement issued by the Israeli Ministry of Health on Sunday evening.The vaccine is especially recommended for children at risk of severe COVID-19 illness due to underlying health conditions that impair the immune system, the ministry noted.The shots will either be three doses of the Pfizer vaccine or two doses of the Moderna vaccine, said the ministry...= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年8月3日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022080310020

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