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A perverse effect

The covid-19 pandemic has altered the infection routines of other respiratory diseases and, in some cases, has made us more vulnerable. The ancestral method of immunisation in pre-vaccination times was, precisely, infection.


More haste, less speed

The pandemic has led to science being broadcast live, but scientific knowledge advances little by little, constantly self-correcting.


Omicron, a more contagious, yet milder variant?

FISABIO researcher Alma Bracho and doctor and researcher Salvador Macip analyse what we know about the omicron coronavirus variant.


2021: Pandemic, vaccines, and variants

COVID-19 has been the focus of media information. In this compilation, we collect a series of articles that have helped us reflect on the pandemic.


The mental health we want

The world of mental illness is rife with enemies, so the Valencian Regional Government is developing a citizen convention on mental health.


A peaking virus

While it would be unwise to consider SARS-CoV-2 as evolutionarily exhausted, it is beginning to struggle to find new evolutionary improvements.

vaccine immunity

Do people who have passed COVID-19 have more immunity than vaccinated people?

If the disease is defeated, immunity is more comprehensive, but less potent. It is therefore recommended that at least one dose of the vaccine be administered to people who have had the disease.


Vaccination rate

Ferran Martin's scientific cartoon talks about «vaccination rate».

Lukas souza - Plane Covid 19

A pandemic summer (again)

The author reminds us that we are going into a pandemic summer and the situation will remain for a long time. We must be optimist, but remain cautious.


June Almeida, virus photographer

We remember June Almeida, the first person to photograph a human coronavirus.