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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden, whose unorthodox pandemic strategy placed it in the global spotlight, registered a record 8,881 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, Health Agency statistics showed.
MANILA (The Straits Times/ANN): The Philippines is seeing the start of a surge in coronavirus infections, as cases in about a dozen cities in the capital region rise, health officials warned on Thursday (Dec 17).
MANILA (The Straits Times/ANN): As the bells of a big Catholic church just south of Manila began to toll at around 4am, thousands were already at the gates of the National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help to heed the call.
BAGHDAD, Dec. 15 (Xinhua) -- The Iraqi Health Ministry reported on Tuesday 1,391 new COVID-19 cases, raising the total nationwide number to 577,363.
(Reuters) -Moderna Inc's COVID-19 vaccine appeared set for regulatory authorization this week after U.S. Food and Drug Administration staff endorsed it as safe and effective in documents released Tuesday.
DIYARBAKIR, Turkey/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Siyar Guldiken, still short of breath from his own battle with the coronavirus, was not able to grieve after his grandmother and uncle died of the related disease, as one of the world's worst second waves of the pandemic slammed Turkey.
CAIRO, Dec. 14 (Xinhua) -- Turkey's COVID-19 cases increased to 1,866,345 on Monday with an addition of 29,617 new ones, including 5,064 symptomatic patients. Meanwhile, Morocco's tally of infections surpassed 400,000.
ROME (Reuters) -In late November doctor Maurizio Cappiello visited more than 130 patients in the emergency room of Cardarelli hospital, in the southern Italian city of Naples. More than two-thirds had COVID-19.
LIMA, Dec 12 (AFP): Peru has temporarily suspended clinical trials of a Covid vaccine made by Chinese drug giant Sinopharm after detecting neurological problems in one of its test volunteers.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - All school pupils aged 14-16 in Sweden's capital Stockholm will switch to remote learning for the rest of this year to help stem a severe second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, authorities said on Friday.