According to data collected by the WHO, UNICEF, the Vaccine Alliance Gavi and the Sabin Vaccine Institute, the impact is wide, affecting children under one-years-old in 68 countries.

A discovery from researchers at the University of Washington in Seattle found that an antibody from the blood of a SARS-survivor could help fight COVID-19.

The 2003 SARS outbreak was caused by a coronavirus, and the new peer-reviewed study indicates that although the two viruses are distinct, the newly identified antibody – which they’ve named S309 – can recognise and block both infections.

Two award-winning teachers have co-authored a book to help guide and support children. The book, backed by the Lego Foundation, tells the stories of six children around the world, and how they deal with challenges. The book, by Armand Doucet and Elisa Guerra, has been translated into around 30 languages and is available as a free ebook.