The Outbreak Magazine Covers Global Coronavirus News and Views
Raman Media Network (RMN) Company – which is working in diversified content creation, management, and distribution businesses on a global scale – is publishing The Outbreak magazine (formerly Covid Health Bulletin) to cover global coronavirus news and views. The magazine is being edited by Rakesh Raman who is the editor of RMN News Service.
The main stories in the September 16-30, 2021 issue of The Outbreak magazine are:
– Opposition Mounts to Biden’s Tyrannical Vaccine Mandate
– Punjab Govt Issues Vaccine Diktat, Violates Bodily Integrity Law
– Delta Variant and the Covid Conundrum
– Covid Vaccine Inequality: 20% in Poor Countries, 80% in Rich Countries
– Air Pollution Causes Greater Risk of Covid-19 Hospitalisation
– Short Stories from the Covid World
– China to Donate Covid-19 Vaccines to Afghanistan
– Criminal Racket Spreading Pollution in Delhi
– Covid-19 and Environment Travel Advisory for India
– Covid Cases and Vaccination in the World
– Free Residential Schools for Deserving Children
– Misleading Data: Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated Individuals
You can download the latest issue of The Outbreak magazine and share it with your friends and colleagues so that they could proactively support this editorial initiative. It is also given below in the digital format.
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