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1. WHO Stresses Importance of Contact Tracing in Fight Against COVID19
The World Health Organisation (WHO) used its virtual press conference on Monday to highlight the importance of contact tracing. There are currently 23 COVID19 candidate vaccines in clinical development and one candidate for which phase one clinical data is available, plus one other which data is available on pre-publication.
2. WHO Appoints Carl Bildt as Special Envoy for ACT-Accelerator
The World Health Organisation has appointed Mr Carl Bildt, the former Prime Minister of Sweden, as WHO Special Envoy for the Access to COVID19 Tools Accelerator (ACT-Accelerator). Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 1 April 2021.
3. Thailand, COVID19 and Quarantine - WHO Press Conference on 6 November
The World Health Organisation (WHO) invited H.E. Anutin Charnvirakul (อนุทิน ชาญวีรกูล), Thailand's Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Public Health, to speak about the Kingdom's remarkable success in controlling the spread of COVID19 at today's virtual press conference.
4. COVID19: Zero Risk and Travel Advisories - Where Do We Stop?
The World Health Organisation holds a press conference to update global media about the COVID19 outbreak on an almost daily basis. It is best place to get the most accurate picture of what is happening, how the situation is developing and where it could be heading.
5. WHO Launches COVID19 WhatsApp Service in Arabic, French and Spanish
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has expanded its WhatsApp service to those who speak Arabic, French and Spanish. The easy-to-use messaging service, which was already available in English, has the potential to reach 2 billion people and enables WHO to get information directly into the hands of the people that want it.
6. COVID19: WHO Praises Japan and South Korea; Says Worst is Still to Come
In the World Health Organisation's (WHO) press conference of 29 June, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General, highlighted the work that both Japan and South Korea are doing in their battle against the ongoing COVID19 pandemic.
7. Thai Airways Reduces Flights to Mainland China
While some airlines have decided to cancel all flights to mainland China, Thai Airways is following the World Health Organisation's guidelines and has only reduced the number of flights to and from China as demand falls. Thai Airways has made the following changes:
8. WHO Launches Two COVID19-Related Mobile Apps
The World Health Organisation has launched two apps designed to support health workers and keep the general public informed of the latest news regarding the global COVID19 pandemic.

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