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How COVID-19 has equipped us  to tackle future pandemics
By Ola Cole | Jun 16, 2022

During the cause of the pandemic, misinformation and misunderstanding were rampant throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in unequal vaccine uptake and prolonging the outbreak. However, two years of managing the virus equipped us with the proficiency and technology required to stamp out this virus, and future ones. COVID-19  upturned the existence of individuals, families and …

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How the education sector should respond to COVID-19
By Ola Cole | Jun 13, 2022

The pandemic impacts every area of the lives of every person around the globe, and the sector that has been education has been hit by its worst crisis in a century. The coming and hierarchy of the Covid-19 pandemic caught everyone off guard; the pandemic, and its reverberating influences, are far from over. The pandemic …

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What COVID-19 taught us about collaboration
By Ola Cole | Jun 7, 2022

COVID-19 spurred a new spirit of collaboration and unusual alliances involving frontline actors like social entrepreneurs. Multi-sectoral, ‘global’ partnerships can furnish exponential impact results. Although a few people would disagree that the pandemic has pushed world systems to the brink. As development gains of the last 20 years deteriorated, supply chains disrupted, and health systems …

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The gender gap in the COVID-19 consumption response
By Ola Cole | Jun 1, 2022

According to Alon et al. 2021, Women’s economic prospects in the developed world are disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The three major reasons for this include the fact that the initial financial consequences of the pandemic were concentrated on sectors traditionally dominated by women; hence, women were more inclined than men to lose their …

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How COVID-19 hit youth employment in Europe – and how it can recover
By Ola Cole | May 30, 2022

For 15 to 29-year-olds in the EU, employment fell by 2.8 percentage points over this time. Data curated by Eurostat from July to September 2021 shows a recovery. The employment ratio amongst young people for this time is only 0.1 percentage points below where it was at the same time as the year 2019. The …

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What you need to know about Coronavirus in May
By Ola Cole | May 26, 2022

The verified number of cases of individuals infected with COVID-19 has passed 517.3 million globally and a report by Our in Data states that more than 11.65 billion vaccination doses have been administered globally. According to Johns Hopkins University, the number of confirmed deaths has now passed 6.25 million. Here is the breakdown of things …

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All you need to know about the Omicron BA.2 variant
By Ola Cole | May 19, 2022

As the discoverability of new Covid variants became popular, the Omicron variant was one of the variants recognized by scientists in Botswana and South Africa in late November. Even though reports that came in later showed earlier cases in the Netherlands, the origin can be traced to these countries. The World Health Organization and the …

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What the pandemic taught us about homelessness
By Ola Cole | May 13, 2022

Covid19 pandemic led to the reduction in the number of homeless people in many countries as it enabled governments to treat homelessness as a public health emergency to swiftly accommodate people. During that time, there were two key fears when it came to homeless populations and the pandemic. The first fear was that those who …

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Is there a link between COVID-19 and diabetes?
By Ola Cole | May 6, 2022

Not long ago, a study carried out suggested that young people who have had COVID-19 in the US tend to receive a diabetes diagnosis more than those who have never been infected. The possible reasons for causality between diabetes and COVID-19 are inflammation from the virus leading to insulin resistance, coronavirus getting into insulin-producing cells …

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