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YANGON, Jan 25 (Bloomberg): Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi alongside health workers will be among the first to receive Covid-19 vaccine this week as the South-East Asian nation seeks to stem the coronavirus outbreak and further relax containment measures.
PHNOM PENH (The Phnom Penh Post/ANN): The newspaper The Australian has reported that Cambodia is one of just a few mainland countries to have recorded zero deaths from Covid-19 despite having an underfunded healthcare system.
Zhang Zhanwei was removed from his post in Jiyuan city after his victim’s wife complained about his conductUnderling had a heart attack two days after his boss threw him out of a canteen reserved for senior officials
BEIJING (Reuters): China has found harmless traces of the novel coronavirus in some Covid-19 inoculation sites potentially linked to vaccine liquid, its disease control centre said.
BANGKOK (The Straits Times/ANN): Thailand looked like it was ahead in the regional scramble for a coronavirus vaccine in October when it announced a local firm would manufacture the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine for domestic use and distribution to nearby countries.
BANGKOK (Xinhua): A slim majority of Thai people believed Covid-19 vaccines will be effective, a latest Bangkok University survey has shown.
JAKARTA (The Straits Times/ANN): Nurse Sustina Syofianti felt relieved and upbeat after getting the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine on Jan 16.
JERUSALEM -- Israeli cabinet approved on Sunday a ban on incoming and outgoing passenger flights to prevent the spread of new coronavirus variants.
Roundup: Turkey to receive 6.5 mln more doses of COVID-19 vaccines from China; Israel bans int'l flights to prevent arrival of new coronavirus variant
CAIRO, Jan. 24 (Xinhua) -- Turkey announced on Sunday that 6.5 million more doses of COVID-19 vaccines would arrive in Turkey from China. Meanwhile, the Israeli cabinet approved a ban on international flights in a bid to prevent the arrival of new COVID-19 variants.
BANGKOK, Jan. 24 (Xinhua) -- A slim majority of Thai people believed COVID-19 vaccines will be effective, a latest Bangkok University survey has shown.