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Thai authorities struggled to contain a growing coronavirus outbreak just days before the country's traditional Songkran New Year’s holiday, when millions of people travel.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - UEFA have given four European Championship host cities, at risk of being replaced, ten days to come up with further details of their plans for fan access to games after they failed to commit to allowing supporters into the stadiums.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland is joining nations offering privileges to those conforming with COVID-19 measures, as one region allows fifth- and sixth-grade students to shed masks if their schools have participated in mass testing.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The top Communist Party official of a city in China's southwestern Yunnan province was dismissed from his post due to what the provincial government called a "serious dereliction of duty" in failing to prevent COViD-19 outbreaks in recent months.
China ‘could start easing international travel restrictions by next spring’ if it hits coronavirus vaccination targets
The country aims to inoculate at least 70 per cent of its population by then, which would allow China to start negotiating an end to border restrictionsBut Zhang Wenhong, head of Shanghai’s Covid-19 team, warns that it risks falling behind other major economies if take-up rates stay low
BEIJING: A recovery in China's services sector picked up speed in March as firms hired more workers and business optimism surged, although inflationary pressures remained, a private sector survey showed on Tuesday.
Vietnam has appealed to diplomats from the United States, European Union and Japan to help it secure supplies of Covid-19 vaccines, as part of efforts to acquire the 150 million doses needed to cover its adult population.
HANOI (Reuters):Vietnam received 811,000 doses of AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccines on Thursday (April 1), its first batch of vaccines under the global Covax scheme, following a week-long delay caused by limited supply.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Misinformation shared on Facebook is the biggest threat to Papua New Guinea's COVID-19 vaccine plans and the social media giant must take steps to "stop it", the Pacific country's health minister said on Thursday.