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NEW DELHI: India’s actual death toll from Covid-19 could range between 1.3 million to a staggering 5 million, with even the most conservative estimate putting its tally at more than double the U.S., the highest recorded in the world so far.
(Reuters) - India's excess deaths during the COVID-19 pandemic could be as high as 4.9 million, according to a new study that provides further evidence that millions more may have died from coronavirus than the official tally.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Scientists are working on a benchmark for COVID-19 vaccine efficacy that would allow drugmakers to conduct smaller, speedier human trials to get them to market and address a huge global vaccine shortage.
(Reuters) - Newcastle United's arbitration proceedings against the Premier League over last year's aborted takeover attempt have been adjourned until early 2022 due to "issues with the disclosure of evidence", the Premier League club said on Monday.
A FORMER Covid-19 category five patient is thanking his lucky stars after fighting for his life for 45 days and living to tell the tale.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Real Sociedad have signed Australia goalkeeper Mat Ryan from English Premier League side Brighton & Hove Albion on a two-year deal, the La Liga club said.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A total of 6.25 tonnes of empty vaccine vials has been disposed of as clinical waste since the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme was launched on Feb 24.
(Reuters) - American troops pulled out of their main military base in Afghanistan on Friday, a U.S. defence official said, under an agreement with the Taliban allowing for the withdrawal of all U.S. forces from the country, to end their longest war.
Last month, 36 Malaysian female Indian classical dancers broke both national and international records for dancing ‘bharatanatyam’ for 35 hours