Coronavirus pandemic has killed over 4.1 million people and infected over 194 million globally. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for July 25:
Coronavirus pandemic has killed over 4.1 million people and infected over 193 million globally. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for July 23:
Leaders of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation at virtual retreat agree to step up Covid-19 vaccination sharing efforts and take action to lower costly tariffs that complicate the movement of vaccines across borders.
Experts warn that returning to pre-pandemic social and economic life can be disastrous as the coronavirus pandemic is not over yet.
Novel coronavirus has infected more than 184 million people and killed more than 3.9 million. Here are the latest Covid-related developments for July 3:
Outbreaks in several countries are raising questions over the effectiveness of Sinovac and Sinopharm vaccines against more infectious Covid-19 variants.
Opposition to vaccines in Pakistan has grown after the CIA organised a fake hepatitis B inoculation drive to help track down Al Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad a decade ago.
In 114 of India’s least developed districts – collectively home to about 176 million people – authorities have administered just 23 million doses. That’s the same number of doses given across nine major cities.
Coronavirus pandemic has killed over 3.7 million people and infected over 173 million globally. Here are updates for June 4:
Seven boys aged 14 to 19 who received Pfizer-BioNTech shots in the US in April and May developed chest pain within a few days, none critically ill.
At least 115,000 health and care workers have died from Covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic, WHO chief Tedros says at World Health Assembly, calling for a massive effort to vaccinate 10 percent of every country’s population by September.
The US has met most of its vaccination goals within the administration's time frame, but the economy is still suffering and cities still haven't come back to life.
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