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HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuban health authorities said that researchers in the communist-run country are upgrading its homegrown COVID vaccines to ensure protection against the new Omicron variant.
(Reuters) - The North Carolina Courage have named Sean Nahas as head coach, the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) team said on Wednesday.
Indonesia on Wednesday confirmed 278 new Covid-19 cases, raising its tally of infections to 4,256,687, according to the country's Health Ministry.
Philippines logs 500 new Covid-19 cases and 167 deaths on Wednesday (Dec 1) as virus case continue to drop
The Philippines' Department of Health (DOH) reported 500 new Covid-19 infections on Wednesday, pushing the number of confirmed cases in the South-East Asian country to 2,833,038.
When Singapore embarked upon its strategy of living with Covid-19, backed by one of the world's leading vaccine programs, the wealthy city-state saw a spike in its rate of infections, leading many to question whether the time was right.
New coronavirus variants highlight the need for countries to do their own research and development on Covid-19 vaccines, said a senior Philippines trade official, adding that people will only be safe once the whole world is vaccinated.
The Laos-China Railway: The big take-off - start of rail passenger, freight services scheduled for Friday (Dec 3)
The inauguration of the Laos-China railway on Friday (Dec 3) will see the start of both passenger and freight transport, an official from the Laos-China Railway Company Limited told Vientiane Times.
The Buy Nothing ethos has been surging by providing goods and personal connection during a time when both have been in short supply. Lately, there’s the added impetus of a holiday shopping season marred by fears of product shortages and high prices.
Chinese President Xi Jinping appears to be banking on the private sector to drive the next phase of China-Africa cooperation as China’s policy banks take a cautious approach to lending.
The singer and entrepreneur was named Barbados' 11th national hero as the country celebrated becoming a republic for the first time in history.