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(Reuters) - UEFA will take a final call on the status of Munich, Bilbao and Dublin as host cities for the 2020 European Championship on Friday after the venues could not guarantee spectator attendance, European soccer's governing body said on Monday.
Khairy: Vaccine effective as none of the nine healthcare workers infected had severe or mild symptoms
PETALING JAYA: The effectiveness of the Covid-19 vaccines is evident from the fact that none of the nine healthcare workers, who tested positive for the virus more than two weeks after receiving their second dose, exhibited severe or even mild symptoms, says Khairy Jamaluddin.
Hundreds waited in grim silence at a Bangkok stadium to get free Covid-19 tests as a spiralling infection rate gripped the country on a fourth consecutive day of more than 1,000 new cases.
IPOH: Efforts are being made by the Education Ministry for all teachers to be vaccinated against Covid-19 under the second phase of the national programme, says Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon.
The global Covid-19 death toll passed three million on Saturday as the pandemic continues to speed up despite vaccination campaigns, leading countries like India to impose new lockdowns to fight spiralling infection numbers.
Hundreds waited in grim silence at a Bangkok stadium to get free Covid-19 tests Saturday as a spiraling infection rate gripped Thailand, on a fourth consecutive day of more than 1,000 new cases.
NEW YORK: Oil settled modestly lower on Friday but secured a weekly gain on a stronger demand outlook and signs of economic recovery in China and the United States that offset concerns about rising COVID-19 infections in other major economies.
LIEGE/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Coronavirus infections are not dropping as fast as hoped in Belgium, pushing hospitals towards full capacity, health officials said on Friday, as government plans to ease a lockdown soon came under scrutiny two days after they were announced.
MADRID (Reuters) - A shortage of coronavirus shots may force the Madrid region to close down mass vaccination centres next week, the regional public health chief said on Friday, as infections in the Spanish capital outpace the national average.