Watchdog warns businesses over ‘no jab, no job’ policies in UK 

After a UK government’s minister appeared to have backed 'no jab, no job' policies, the country’s equalities watchdog has warned businesses in the country to be 'proportionate' and 'non-…

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China faces worst COVID-19 outbreak since Wuhan; surge of Delta variant in 15 cities

The Delta variant of the Covid-19 virus has been found in 15 cities across China, including Beijing.

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Broadway audiences will need proof of vaccination and masks

This policy announced just days before the first Broadway play in over 16 months begins performances, allows children who are not vaccinated to attend performances if they are tested for the virus…

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Unvaccinated travellers to undergo COVID-19 tests, declares Germany amid rise coronavirus cases

European Union had declared last week that 200 million citizens which is half the population in the continent were fully vaccinated 

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Top 10 world news: US brings back first flight of Afghan interpreters, proposal to amend F1 visa rules, and more

Here are the top 10 stories from across the world

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Study says risk of vaccine-resistant variants highest when most inoculated

Currently, just over one billion people around the world are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, with many countries, particularly in Africa and South America, yet to start widespread rollouts due…

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Israeli President Isaac Herzog gets third dose of Pfizer vaccine, urges boosters for over-60s

About 55 percent of Israel's population has been double vaccinated, most with the Pfizer-BioNTech jab, thanks to a massive campaign launched in late December after an agreement with its developers…

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Covax expects 250 million donated doses in six to eight weeks: WHO

Rich and poor nations have radically different access to the COVID-19 vaccine. Covax is aimed at providing vaccines to poorer countries, and the inflow of doses will make it more effective

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Next virus variant few mutations potentially away from evading vaccines: CDC

According to the WHO, the US accounted for 500,332 COVID-19 cases last week which was an increase of 131 per cent.

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New York offers $100 to citizens who get vaccinated against COVID-19

Amid vaccine scepticism, New York will be offering $100 as a reward to citizens who opt for vaccination from a city-run vaccination centre

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Covid is now a crisis for the unvaccinated

As cases of the disease surge, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have once again recommended universal masking

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Zimbabwe approves J&J vaccine as third virus wave rages

The only vaccines so far approved in the southern African country — which has frosty relationship with some western nations, including the US — are made in China, Russia and India

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Pfizer eyes $33.5 billion revenue in 2021 amid vaccine sales

The US drugmaker, which has partnered with Germany's BioNTech on the vaccine, estimates delivering 2.1 billion doses, generating $33.5 billion in sales.

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Coronavirus deaths surge by 21% , cases can exceed 200 million in two weeks: WHO

Global health experts warn that the pandemic will continue to spread and spawn new variants until larger numbers of people across the globe are vaccinated

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Bhutan vaccinates 90% adult population, becomes a beacon of hope  

Bhutan, tiny Himalayan kingdom, has fully vaccinated 90% of its eligible adult population with COVID-19 vaccine shots in a week, said UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) on Tuesday. It is being called a '…

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Delta COVID-19 variant can be passed on even by those vaccinated: US top health body

In an internal document, US' top health body CDC said that Delta COVID-19 variant can be passed on even by vaccinated people, and may cause more serious disease than earlier coronavirus strains.…

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Watchdog warns businesses over ‘no jab, no job’ policies in UK 

After a UK government’s minister appeared to have backed 'no jab, no job' policies, the country’s equalities watchdog has warned businesses in the country to be 'proportionate' and 'non-…

Read Article

China faces worst COVID-19 outbreak since Wuhan; surge of Delta variant in 15 cities

The Delta variant of the Covid-19 virus has been found in 15 cities across China, including Beijing.

Read Article

Broadway audiences will need proof of vaccination and masks

This policy announced just days before the first Broadway play in over 16 months begins performances, allows children who are not vaccinated to attend performances if they are tested for the virus…

via The New York Times
Read Article

Unvaccinated travellers to undergo COVID-19 tests, declares Germany amid rise coronavirus cases

European Union had declared last week that 200 million citizens which is half the population in the continent were fully vaccinated 

Read Article

Top 10 world news: US brings back first flight of Afghan interpreters, proposal to amend F1 visa rules, and more

Here are the top 10 stories from across the world

Read Article

Study says risk of vaccine-resistant variants highest when most inoculated

Currently, just over one billion people around the world are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, with many countries, particularly in Africa and South America, yet to start widespread rollouts due…

Read Article

Israeli President Isaac Herzog gets third dose of Pfizer vaccine, urges boosters for over-60s

About 55 percent of Israel's population has been double vaccinated, most with the Pfizer-BioNTech jab, thanks to a massive campaign launched in late December after an agreement with its developers…

Read Article

Covax expects 250 million donated doses in six to eight weeks: WHO

Rich and poor nations have radically different access to the COVID-19 vaccine. Covax is aimed at providing vaccines to poorer countries, and the inflow of doses will make it more effective

Read Article

Next virus variant few mutations potentially away from evading vaccines: CDC

According to the WHO, the US accounted for 500,332 COVID-19 cases last week which was an increase of 131 per cent.

Read Article

New York offers $100 to citizens who get vaccinated against COVID-19

Amid vaccine scepticism, New York will be offering $100 as a reward to citizens who opt for vaccination from a city-run vaccination centre

Read Article

Covid is now a crisis for the unvaccinated

As cases of the disease surge, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have once again recommended universal masking

via The New York Times
Read Article

Zimbabwe approves J&J vaccine as third virus wave rages

The only vaccines so far approved in the southern African country — which has frosty relationship with some western nations, including the US — are made in China, Russia and India

Read Article

Pfizer eyes $33.5 billion revenue in 2021 amid vaccine sales

The US drugmaker, which has partnered with Germany's BioNTech on the vaccine, estimates delivering 2.1 billion doses, generating $33.5 billion in sales.

Read Article

Coronavirus deaths surge by 21% , cases can exceed 200 million in two weeks: WHO

Global health experts warn that the pandemic will continue to spread and spawn new variants until larger numbers of people across the globe are vaccinated

Read Article

Bhutan vaccinates 90% adult population, becomes a beacon of hope  

Bhutan, tiny Himalayan kingdom, has fully vaccinated 90% of its eligible adult population with COVID-19 vaccine shots in a week, said UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) on Tuesday. It is being called a '…

Read Article

After anti-mask policy, California restaurant decides to serve only unvaccinated people

The restaurant has declared that it will only serve unvaccinated customers. As per the guidelines of the restaurant, the customers will be served only after they can show proof that they have not…

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Biden to make coronavirus vaccine compulsory for federal workers: Reports

During a question-answer round with local media, US President Joe Biden said the plan to make coronavirus vaccine compulsory is still under consideration

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Germany fully vaccinates more than half of population

Currently, the unvaccinated people in Germany can access the public spaces by showing a negative Covid test. However, if the Covid infections keep increasing the government plans to introduce…

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Ireland to vaccinate teens as Delta concerns linger

Ireland's Health minister Stephen Donnelly said children would be offered mRNA vaccines produced by Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna which have been approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA)

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Delta COVID-19 variant can be passed on even by those vaccinated: US top health body

In an internal document, US' top health body CDC said that Delta COVID-19 variant can be passed on even by vaccinated people, and may cause more serious disease than earlier coronavirus strains.…

Read Article

Watchdog warns businesses over ‘no jab, no job’ policies in UK 

After a UK government’s minister appeared to have backed 'no jab, no job' policies, the country’s equalities watchdog has warned businesses in the country to be 'proportionate' and 'non-…

Read Article

China faces worst COVID-19 outbreak since Wuhan; surge of Delta variant in 15 cities

The Delta variant of the Covid-19 virus has been found in 15 cities across China, including Beijing.

Read Article

Broadway audiences will need proof of vaccination and masks

This policy announced just days before the first Broadway play in over 16 months begins performances, allows children who are not vaccinated to attend performances if they are tested for the virus…

via The New York Times
Read Article

Unvaccinated travellers to undergo COVID-19 tests, declares Germany amid rise coronavirus cases

European Union had declared last week that 200 million citizens which is half the population in the continent were fully vaccinated 

Read Article

Top 10 world news: US brings back first flight of Afghan interpreters, proposal to amend F1 visa rules, and more

Here are the top 10 stories from across the world

Read Article

Study says risk of vaccine-resistant variants highest when most inoculated

Currently, just over one billion people around the world are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, with many countries, particularly in Africa and South America, yet to start widespread rollouts due…

Read Article

Israeli President Isaac Herzog gets third dose of Pfizer vaccine, urges boosters for over-60s

About 55 percent of Israel's population has been double vaccinated, most with the Pfizer-BioNTech jab, thanks to a massive campaign launched in late December after an agreement with its developers…

Read Article

Covax expects 250 million donated doses in six to eight weeks: WHO

Rich and poor nations have radically different access to the COVID-19 vaccine. Covax is aimed at providing vaccines to poorer countries, and the inflow of doses will make it more effective

Read Article

Next virus variant few mutations potentially away from evading vaccines: CDC

According to the WHO, the US accounted for 500,332 COVID-19 cases last week which was an increase of 131 per cent.

Read Article

New York offers $100 to citizens who get vaccinated against COVID-19

Amid vaccine scepticism, New York will be offering $100 as a reward to citizens who opt for vaccination from a city-run vaccination centre

Read Article

Covid is now a crisis for the unvaccinated

As cases of the disease surge, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have once again recommended universal masking

via The New York Times
Read Article

Zimbabwe approves J&J vaccine as third virus wave rages

The only vaccines so far approved in the southern African country — which has frosty relationship with some western nations, including the US — are made in China, Russia and India

Read Article

Pfizer eyes $33.5 billion revenue in 2021 amid vaccine sales

The US drugmaker, which has partnered with Germany's BioNTech on the vaccine, estimates delivering 2.1 billion doses, generating $33.5 billion in sales.

Read Article

Coronavirus deaths surge by 21% , cases can exceed 200 million in two weeks: WHO

Global health experts warn that the pandemic will continue to spread and spawn new variants until larger numbers of people across the globe are vaccinated

Read Article

Bhutan vaccinates 90% adult population, becomes a beacon of hope  

Bhutan, tiny Himalayan kingdom, has fully vaccinated 90% of its eligible adult population with COVID-19 vaccine shots in a week, said UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) on Tuesday. It is being called a '…

Read Article

After anti-mask policy, California restaurant decides to serve only unvaccinated people

The restaurant has declared that it will only serve unvaccinated customers. As per the guidelines of the restaurant, the customers will be served only after they can show proof that they have not…

Read Article

Biden to make coronavirus vaccine compulsory for federal workers: Reports

During a question-answer round with local media, US President Joe Biden said the plan to make coronavirus vaccine compulsory is still under consideration

Read Article

Germany fully vaccinates more than half of population

Currently, the unvaccinated people in Germany can access the public spaces by showing a negative Covid test. However, if the Covid infections keep increasing the government plans to introduce…

Read Article

Ireland to vaccinate teens as Delta concerns linger

Ireland's Health minister Stephen Donnelly said children would be offered mRNA vaccines produced by Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna which have been approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA)

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Covid corruption and scandals that rocked the world

Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil's president, is facing fresh protests for his allegedly inept and downright criminal pandemic response.

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Impeachment? Brazilians protest against Jair Bolsonaro for poor handling of COVID-19

As the authorities investigate corruption claims against Jair Bolsonaro, locals continue protesting against the President's poor handling of the coronavirus pandemic that has led to millions of dea

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South Africa's opposition organises 'super spreader' march to demand covid vaccines

Annoyed by the slow vaccination process by the South African government, thousands of opposition party supporters took to the streets to demand more vaccines against coronavirus

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From blimps to Pikachus, protesters gather to demand G7 action

Leaders from the United States, Japan, Italy, Germany, France and Canada are joining UK's Boris Johnson on Friday for the three-day summit in the seaside resort of Carbis Bay.

 

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Explained: European COVID-19 travel certificate; US considers own vaccine passport

No one will be obliged to use the EU certificate. It is not a vaccine passport, officials say, even as the US considers creating a vaccine passport for Americans travelling abroad.

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Rides to jabs: Disneyland Paris turns into Covid vaccine centre

Disneyland Paris has been converted into a Covid vaccination site at its convention centre to help as the country steps up its inoculation drive

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India's capital in lockdown: Here's what's allowed, what's not

Amid the massive surge in coronavirus infection in Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Monday announced that the national capital will be under lockdown for six days, starting from Monday at 10 P

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Leading the way: Politicians, Sportsperson and movie stars get vaccinated in India

From ministers to superstars, here's a list of the famous personalities who got vaccinated in India's second phase of biggest coronavirus vaccination drive

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Celebrities who've received the coronavirus vaccine so far

Here are the stars who have opened up about receiving the vaccine and shared their experience about it.

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'Moment of pride': India begins coronavirus vaccine drive

On Saturday, India began its first coronavirus vaccine drive with thousands of people getting their first dose of the AstraZeneca-manufactured vaccine, Covishield

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Leading by example: Political leaders who got vaccinated for Coronavirus

As the anti-vaxxers took over streets urging people not to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, various political leaders decided to go live on broadcasting platforms to assure people the Pfizer

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The truth about coronavirus vaccines - 8 myths busted!

The COVID-19 pandemic has induced economic slowdowns, mass hoarding of goods, lockdowns, and very naturally - a series of conspiracy theories.

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Wuhan virus: 10 steps on how to be China and make most of the pandemic

Almost a year since China's Wuhan reported the world's first cases of COVID-19 in a wet market, and even as several other countries remain firmly in the grip of the subsequent pandemic, life in thi

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Russia begins large scale vaccination as coronavirus cases surge

Russia has started larger scale vaccination as th

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All you want to know about Russia's coronavirus vaccine 'Sputnik V'

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that one of his own daughters had received the inoculation, dubbed 'Sputnik' after the pioneering 1950s Soviet satellite.

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After Russia, these COVID-19 vaccines set to unveil soon!

President Vladimir Putin has announced that Russia has successfully developed the world’s “first” coronavirus vaccine. Many vaccines around the world have reached the final stage of testing.

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7 killer viruses that emerged in China and ravaged the world

The coronavirus pandemic that began in Wuhan which falls in China’s Hubei province has raised the alarm over the safety imbued in food markets across China.

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