The Covid-19 pandemic has infected over 38.2 million people and claimed more than a million lives around the world. Here are the updates for October 13.
Beijing has put its support behind the COVAX programme that wants to make coronavirus doses available for rich and poor countries alike.
The coronavirus pandemic has killed over a million people and infected more than 35 million worldwide. Here are the developments for October 5:
The coronavirus pandemic has killed over 996,000 people and infected more than 32.9 million worldwide. Here are the latest coronavirus-related developments for September 26:
Wealthy countries are rushing to book upcoming coronavirus vaccines leaving poor countries in the cold.
Turkish Health Minister Koca says a Pfizer vaccine trial is also in the works and Russia's application to conduct Phase III trials in Turkey is being evaluated.
The global coronavirus pandemic has killed over 903,000 people and infected nearly 28 million. Here are coronavirus-related developments for September 9:
Washington will redirect some of the money it owes the World Health Organisation to pay other UN debts following President Trump's decision to withdraw from the global health body over its handling of Covid-19.
WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says current advances in technology can help the world overcome Covid-19 in a shorter period of time.
The spread of the virus is being driven by people in their 20s, 30s, and 40s, says the World Health Organization as a surge in new cases prompts some countries to reimpose curbs.
Turkey has been praised by foreign observers and the World Health Organization for its speedy and thorough response to the coronavirus pandemic. Yet, the WHO warns, it should not become complacent and must remain vigilant to continue its success
Russian President Vladimir Putin says one of his daughters has been inoculated with the vaccine developed by the Gamaleya research institute as he declares it ready for use despite international scepticism.
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