Japan raises state of emergency as covid worsens ahead of Tokyo Olympics

Despite the worsening infections, Suga stressed his commitment to holding the Olympic games safely and securely

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Let's face it: Washington adjusts to new mask guidance 

Across Washington, the government is adjusting to new federal guidance easing up on when masks should be worn

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Fertility fears, fuelled by misinformation, harm US vaccine uptake 

Among the worst examples of such misinformation spread on Facebook are that immunised men can render unvaccinated women sterile through sex, that 97 per cent of vaccine recipients will become…

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US Trade Representative Tai meets WHO chief, discusses vaccine production, TRIPS waiver 

According to a readout from her office, Tai explained the Biden-Harris administration’s support for the waiver of intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines and explained that this…

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UK to speed up vaccinations, warns B.1.617.2 variant may delay full reopening 

The emergence of the B.1.617.2 variant in parts of northern England and London has prompted some scientists to call for the reopening to be delayed, and a rethink on the speed of the vaccine…

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Vaccine waiver talks a chance for WTO to show its relevance: US trade chief Tai

Tai, speaking to the House Ways and Means Committee, said she was committed to entering negotiations that take into account concerns from all sides, including drug companies

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Mask free and hugs: How the West is rushing towards exit of pandemic

Americans can take off their mask while walking on the streets, inside restaurants, offices and most public places if they are fully vaccinated

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Why COVID-19 vaccination has become a challenge worldwide

In terms of sheer numbers, India's inoculations are the third highest in the world after China and the US, India has vaccinated the highest number of people

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India's COVID-19 tally crosses 24 million; hotspots report decline in cases

India could have more than two billion doses by the end of this year clubbed together which is the projection.

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'Reconsider vaccinating children, donate to Covax,' says WHO chief as he warns against 'deadliest year'

This has come as the 56-year-old got vaccinated against the deadly coronavirus earlier this week in Geneva, where WHO headquarters are based

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UK pubs face recruiting struggle ahead of indoor reopening on Monday

For the last month, they have only been allowed to serve food and drinks outside, making indoors an attractive option for punters who have shivered during an exceptionally cold spring

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Sputnik V in India: Vaccine to cost ₹ 995 per shot, made in India may be cheaper

Further consignments of imported doses are expected over the coming months, Dr Reddy's Laboratories said in a statement

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Over a quarter of EU adults would refuse COVID-19 shot, survey says

The results suggested a strong link between vaccine hesitancy and the use of social media

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COVID-19 in India: 120 prisoners test positive in Odisha jails

The COVID-19 caseload in Odisha mounted to 576, 297 as 10,649 more people tested positive for the virus and 19 new deaths pushed the total death toll to 2,251

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People celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr, offer namaz at home amid COVID-19 lockdown

Jama Masjid will remain shut to avoid crowding and devotees are not allowed to offer Nawaz here in the wake of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic Meanwhile, security forces were deployed outside the…

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France hits 20 million milestone in Covid vaccination drive

President Emmanuel Macron announced the milestone in a tweet that said "20 million" with a green checkmark

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Japan raises state of emergency as covid worsens ahead of Tokyo Olympics

Despite the worsening infections, Suga stressed his commitment to holding the Olympic games safely and securely

Read Article

Let's face it: Washington adjusts to new mask guidance 

Across Washington, the government is adjusting to new federal guidance easing up on when masks should be worn

Read Article

Fertility fears, fuelled by misinformation, harm US vaccine uptake 

Among the worst examples of such misinformation spread on Facebook are that immunised men can render unvaccinated women sterile through sex, that 97 per cent of vaccine recipients will become…

Read Article

US Trade Representative Tai meets WHO chief, discusses vaccine production, TRIPS waiver 

According to a readout from her office, Tai explained the Biden-Harris administration’s support for the waiver of intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines and explained that this…

Read Article

UK to speed up vaccinations, warns B.1.617.2 variant may delay full reopening 

The emergence of the B.1.617.2 variant in parts of northern England and London has prompted some scientists to call for the reopening to be delayed, and a rethink on the speed of the vaccine…

Read Article

Vaccine waiver talks a chance for WTO to show its relevance: US trade chief Tai

Tai, speaking to the House Ways and Means Committee, said she was committed to entering negotiations that take into account concerns from all sides, including drug companies

Read Article

Mask free and hugs: How the West is rushing towards exit of pandemic

Americans can take off their mask while walking on the streets, inside restaurants, offices and most public places if they are fully vaccinated

Read Article

Why COVID-19 vaccination has become a challenge worldwide

In terms of sheer numbers, India's inoculations are the third highest in the world after China and the US, India has vaccinated the highest number of people

Read Article

India's COVID-19 tally crosses 24 million; hotspots report decline in cases

India could have more than two billion doses by the end of this year clubbed together which is the projection.

Read Article

'Reconsider vaccinating children, donate to Covax,' says WHO chief as he warns against 'deadliest year'

This has come as the 56-year-old got vaccinated against the deadly coronavirus earlier this week in Geneva, where WHO headquarters are based

Read Article

UK pubs face recruiting struggle ahead of indoor reopening on Monday

For the last month, they have only been allowed to serve food and drinks outside, making indoors an attractive option for punters who have shivered during an exceptionally cold spring

Read Article

Sputnik V in India: Vaccine to cost ₹ 995 per shot, made in India may be cheaper

Further consignments of imported doses are expected over the coming months, Dr Reddy's Laboratories said in a statement

Read Article

Over a quarter of EU adults would refuse COVID-19 shot, survey says

The results suggested a strong link between vaccine hesitancy and the use of social media

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Global COVID-19 caseload tops 160.8 million

The US continues to be the worst-hit country with the world`s highest number of cases and deaths at 32,852,543 and 584,478, respectively, according to the CSSE.

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COVID-19 in India: 120 prisoners test positive in Odisha jails

The COVID-19 caseload in Odisha mounted to 576, 297 as 10,649 more people tested positive for the virus and 19 new deaths pushed the total death toll to 2,251

Read Article

People celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr, offer namaz at home amid COVID-19 lockdown

Jama Masjid will remain shut to avoid crowding and devotees are not allowed to offer Nawaz here in the wake of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic Meanwhile, security forces were deployed outside the…

Read Article

Chinese firm may have lied about tests of its COVID-19 drug

Companies are not obliged to release such information. But many pharmaceutical firms routinely provide details about who is leading their clinical trial and which research organisation or medical…

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Mainland China reports first local COVID-19 cases in more than 3 weeks

Another local infection was newly reported on Friday in Feixi county, under Hefei`s jurisdiction, according to the city government. The case, surnamed Lu, had shared a hotel room with Li.

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US: Fully vaccinated people can take part in indoor, outdoor activities without mask, social distancing

According to the CDC's website, masks may still be required on planes, buses, trains, and other forms of public transportation traveling into, within, or out of the United States, and in US…

Read Article

France hits 20 million milestone in Covid vaccination drive

President Emmanuel Macron announced the milestone in a tweet that said "20 million" with a green checkmark

Read Article

Japan raises state of emergency as covid worsens ahead of Tokyo Olympics

Despite the worsening infections, Suga stressed his commitment to holding the Olympic games safely and securely

Read Article

Let's face it: Washington adjusts to new mask guidance 

Across Washington, the government is adjusting to new federal guidance easing up on when masks should be worn

Read Article

Fertility fears, fuelled by misinformation, harm US vaccine uptake 

Among the worst examples of such misinformation spread on Facebook are that immunised men can render unvaccinated women sterile through sex, that 97 per cent of vaccine recipients will become…

Read Article

US Trade Representative Tai meets WHO chief, discusses vaccine production, TRIPS waiver 

According to a readout from her office, Tai explained the Biden-Harris administration’s support for the waiver of intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines and explained that this…

Read Article

UK to speed up vaccinations, warns B.1.617.2 variant may delay full reopening 

The emergence of the B.1.617.2 variant in parts of northern England and London has prompted some scientists to call for the reopening to be delayed, and a rethink on the speed of the vaccine…

Read Article

Vaccine waiver talks a chance for WTO to show its relevance: US trade chief Tai

Tai, speaking to the House Ways and Means Committee, said she was committed to entering negotiations that take into account concerns from all sides, including drug companies

Read Article

Mask free and hugs: How the West is rushing towards exit of pandemic

Americans can take off their mask while walking on the streets, inside restaurants, offices and most public places if they are fully vaccinated

Read Article

Why COVID-19 vaccination has become a challenge worldwide

In terms of sheer numbers, India's inoculations are the third highest in the world after China and the US, India has vaccinated the highest number of people

Read Article

India's COVID-19 tally crosses 24 million; hotspots report decline in cases

India could have more than two billion doses by the end of this year clubbed together which is the projection.

Read Article

'Reconsider vaccinating children, donate to Covax,' says WHO chief as he warns against 'deadliest year'

This has come as the 56-year-old got vaccinated against the deadly coronavirus earlier this week in Geneva, where WHO headquarters are based

Read Article

UK pubs face recruiting struggle ahead of indoor reopening on Monday

For the last month, they have only been allowed to serve food and drinks outside, making indoors an attractive option for punters who have shivered during an exceptionally cold spring

Read Article

Sputnik V in India: Vaccine to cost ₹ 995 per shot, made in India may be cheaper

Further consignments of imported doses are expected over the coming months, Dr Reddy's Laboratories said in a statement

Read Article

Over a quarter of EU adults would refuse COVID-19 shot, survey says

The results suggested a strong link between vaccine hesitancy and the use of social media

Read Article

COVID-19 in India: 120 prisoners test positive in Odisha jails

The COVID-19 caseload in Odisha mounted to 576, 297 as 10,649 more people tested positive for the virus and 19 new deaths pushed the total death toll to 2,251

Read Article

People celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr, offer namaz at home amid COVID-19 lockdown

Jama Masjid will remain shut to avoid crowding and devotees are not allowed to offer Nawaz here in the wake of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic Meanwhile, security forces were deployed outside the…

Read Article

Chinese firm may have lied about tests of its COVID-19 drug

Companies are not obliged to release such information. But many pharmaceutical firms routinely provide details about who is leading their clinical trial and which research organisation or medical…

Read Article

Mainland China reports first local COVID-19 cases in more than 3 weeks

Another local infection was newly reported on Friday in Feixi county, under Hefei`s jurisdiction, according to the city government. The case, surnamed Lu, had shared a hotel room with Li.

Read Article

Global COVID-19 caseload tops 160.8 million

The US continues to be the worst-hit country with the world`s highest number of cases and deaths at 32,852,543 and 584,478, respectively, according to the CSSE.

Read Article

US: Fully vaccinated people can take part in indoor, outdoor activities without mask, social distancing

According to the CDC's website, masks may still be required on planes, buses, trains, and other forms of public transportation traveling into, within, or out of the United States, and in US…

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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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