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BERLIN (Reuters) - The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is expected to approve the COVID-19 vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University on Friday, a spokesman of German's health ministry said.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Rioters looted stores, set fires and clashed with police in several Dutch cities on Sunday, resulting in more than 240 arrests, police and Dutch media reported.
BEIJING: China’s foreign exchange (forex) regulator highlighted specific measures to further promote two-way opening-up of the financial market, mainly through steadily freeing up cross-border capital flows and improving the yuan exchange rate regime.
AFTER falling to its first recession last year since the 1997 Asian financial crisis, Indonesia’s economic growth is expected to rebound this year.
JAKARTA, Jan 23 (Jakarta Post/ANN-Kyodo News): The World Health Organisation has announced that it has signed a purchase agreement for up to 40 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine developed by US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer as part of its initiative to provide global equitable access to Covid-19 vaccines.
Modi says India self-reliant on Covid-19 vaccines as 1 million inoculated; virus total at 10,639,684
NEW DELHI, Jan 23 (Reuters): Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced that India was completely self-reliant on coronavirus vaccine supplies as the world's second-most populous country inoculated more than 1 million people within a week of starting its campaign.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden on Friday ordered the faster issuance of pandemic stimulus checks to needy families and increased food aid for children who normally rely on school meals, an effort to ease Americans' burdens while Congress negotiates over his proposed $1.9 trillion economic stimulus package.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Europe's COVID-19 vaccination drive was dealt another blow on Friday when AstraZeneca said initial deliveries to the region will fall short of the targeted volumes because of a production glitch.
(Reuters) - In early February, 57 people arrived at a Nebraska military base, among the first Americans evacuated from Wuhan, China, the epicenter of the new coronavirus outbreak. U.S. health officials knew very little then about the mysterious new virus, and the quarantined group offered an early opportunity to size up the threat.