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DAKAR (Reuters) - When Ghana received 50,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses from India last month, it hit a frustrating roadblock: it had not trained enough staff to distribute them.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Sri Lanka has found six cases of blood clots among recipients of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, three of whom have died, Health Minister Pavithra Waniarachchi told parliament on Wednesday.
PETALING JAYA: The Greenwood Ramadan bazaar in Gombak has been ordered by the Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) to close for four days, after standard operating procedure (SOP) was not complied with.
TAWAU (Bernama): Strict action will be taken against those found damaging police property - such as barbed wire and barricade tapes - along several routes during the movement control order, says district police chief ACP Peter Umbuas.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore's manpower ministry said authorities were investigating the possibility of COVID-19 re-infections among residents in a migrant workers' dormitory, after finding more positive cases in the facility.
(Reuters) - India on Thursday reported 314,835 new cases of the novel coronavirus over the previous 24 hours, the world's largest one-day rise in case numbers, a grim reminder of the threat still posed by the virus. Deaths rose by a record 2,104.
MELAKA: The Melaka Government is considering issuing compounds to educational institutions after five schools and a vocational college here recorded a number of Covid-19 cases.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Ontario Premier Doug Ford, facing backlash over his government's handling of the pandemic, resisted calls to resign on Thursday as Canada's most populous province grappled with a third wave of COVID-19 infections that critics said could have been prevented.
BERLIN (Reuters) -Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday called on Germans to stick to tighter coronavirus restrictions imposed in areas with high infection rates over the weekend, saying the step was needed to break a third wave of infections.
PETALING JAYA: Prof Datuk Dr Adeeba Kamarulzaman experienced some side effects after receiving the Covid-19 vaccine. But she was “happy to feel some discomfort” after the jab.