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(Reuters) - England's Deputy Chief Medical Officer (DCMO) has called on soccer players to behave responsibly and stop celebrating in close proximity to each other, citing the dangerous situation in the country with regard to COVID-19.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets fluctuated Tuesday (Jan 12) as hopes for the rollout of coronavirus vaccines and a new stimulus out of Washington competed with fears over surging infections, new lockdowns and brewing political and social unrest in the United States.
Roundup: Turkey counts down to mass COVID-19 inoculation; Lebanon declares total lockdown to fight pandemic
CAIRO, Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- Turkey counts down to mass inoculation against the COVID-19 pandemic while experts have called on all to show no hesitance towards the vaccination program. Meanwhile, Lebanon declares a state of emergency between Jan. 14-25 that includes a total lockdown to restrict the spread of the virus.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The new variant of the coronavirus first detected in Britain has been confirmed in northern Mexico, health officials said on Sunday, adding a new layer of concern to an already severe national outbreak.
MOSCOW, Jan. 10 (Xinhua) -- Russia detected its first case of the new coronavirus strain, which was first discovered in the United Kingdom (UK) last month, said Anna Popova, head of the country's consumer rights and human well-being watchdog Rospotrebnadzor, on Sunday.
NEW DELHIi, Jan 10, 2021 (AFP): India will launch one of the world's most ambitious coronavirus vaccination drives next Saturday, aiming to reach 300 million people by July, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced.
NEW YORK, Jan. 9 (Xinhua) -- The New York State Department of Health (DoH) has confirmed three additional cases of the variant of COVID-19 (B.1.1.7) found in the United Kingdom, Governor Andrew Cuomo tweeted on Saturday.
WASHINGTON, Jan 9, 2021 (AFP): The United States logged a record new daily virus caseload as Joe Biden slammed the Trump administration's vaccine roll-out as a "travesty" and millions in Asia woke up to new lockdowns.
LONDON (AFP) : Europe rushed to bulk buy more coronavirus vaccine doses and approved more drugs on Friday, as the World Health Organisation called on wealthy nations not to hog all the available jabs and millions in Asia faced tough restrictions over isolated outbreaks.