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SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): There are some groups of people who should wait to receive a Covid-19 vaccine, including those with a history of severe allergic reactions, said a panel of experts on Thursday (Dec 17).
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea reported a record daily rise in novel coronavirus cases on Wednesday and the prime minister issued an urgent call for more hospital beds to cope with the country's worst outbreak since the start of the pandemic.
BENGALURU, India (Reuters) - One person has died and nearly 600 have been hospitalised since Saturday in a southern Indian state due to a mysterious infection that caused many to fall unconscious after suffering giddiness, seizures and nausea.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Coronavirus infections and related deaths in Germany are likely to rise further in the coming weeks, a senior health official at the Robert Koch Institute for infectious diseases (RKI) said on Thursday.
JERUSALEM -- Israel will begin vaccinating its population against COVID-19 on Dec. 20, Israel's state-owned Kan News quoted a senior Health Ministry official as saying on Tuesday.
JERUSALEM, Dec. 8 (Xinhua) -- Israel will begin vaccinating its population against COVID-19 on Dec. 20, Israel's state-owned Kan News quoted a senior Health Ministry official as saying on Tuesday.
BHUBANESWAR/CHENNAI, India (Reuters) - One person has died and more than 400 have been hospitalised in southern India due to an unidentified infection that caused many to fall unconscious following seizures and nausea, a senior health department official said on Monday.
BANGKOK, Dec 6 (Bernama): Thailand is not facing a new wave of Covid-19 pandemic despite rising number of cases linked to Thais returning from Myanmar border town, Tachileik, a senior health official said today.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - A sharp fall in COVID-19 cases in Ireland is likely to stall following the ending on Dec. 1 of six weeks of strict lockdown, a senior health official said on Thursday.
BANGKOK (Reuters): Thailand was racing to track down about 200 people in its northern provinces on Monday (Nov 30) to stop a potential coronavirus outbreak after three Thai nationals entered the country illegally from Myanmar and tested positive days later.