Covid-19 has killed more than 3.3M people and infected nearly 160M others globally. Here are all the coronavirus-related developments for May 11:
The World Health Organization says the predominant lineage of B.1.617 was first identified in India last December, although an earlier version was spotted in October 2020. We tackle frequently asked questions about the so-called "double variant":
Toshihiro Nikai is known for his frank comments, which come as many other ruling party lawmakers have avoided discussing the hot button issue of a possible cancellation.
Finnish nurse's method to reduce medical waste and increase the number of jabs per Covid-19 vaccination bottle may also help other EU countries who are currently struggling with delays.
Covid-19 pandemic has killed over 2.8M people and infected more than 132M globally. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for April 6:
Covid-19 has infected more than 129 million people and taken over 2.8 million lives. Here are the virus-related developments for April 1:
Covid-19 has infected more than 129 million people and taken over 2.8 million lives. Here are the virus-related developments for March 31:
Independent advisers to the FDA began daylong discussions on whether to allow widespread use of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine, setting the stage for a final decision within days.
Israel has received accolades for overseeing the world’s fastest vaccination campaign, but Palestinians living under its occupation have been brazenly abandoned to fend for themselves.
The cases marked the first known resurgence of Ebola in West Africa since a 2013-2016 epidemic that began in Guinea and killed more than 11,300 people across the region.
The coronavirus pandemic has killed over 2.35 million people and infected more than 107.6 million. Here are the developments for February 10:
The coronavirus pandemic has killed over 2.34 million people and infected more than 107 million. Here are the developments for February 9:
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