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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Anti-Kremlin protester Filipp Kuznetsov was detained in Moscow on Saturday and found guilty by a court on Monday of taking part in an illegal protest. But it was only late on Wednesday that the authorities were able to find a jail cell for him.
Masidi: Up to Health Ministry whether to prioritise state leaders as vaccine recipients for first phase
KOTA KINABALU: It is up to the Health Ministry to decide whether state leaders will be prioritised in the first phase of the Covid-19 vaccination roll-out, says Sabah Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Masidi Manjun.
Beijing (AFP): China has begun using anal swabs to test those it considers at high risk of contracting Covid-19, state TV reported, with social media users and travellers squirming over the invasive procedure which doctors say can be more effective in detecting the virus.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Weeks after other Latin American countries began inoculating their citizens against coronavirus, Brazil finally administered its first shot on Jan. 17 using China's Sinovac Biotech Ltd vaccine.
GRAN CANARIA, Spain (Reuters) - Spain is launching a new migration policy in the Canary Islands, opening camps for undocumented migrants in a sign that it expects a significant influx of new arrivals, while it largely refuses to transfer them to the mainland.
PETALING JAYA: The Government is targeting to vaccinate 75,000 people a day when the national Covid-19 vaccination programme begins in March, reported health news portal CodeBlue.
MANILA (The Straits Times/ANN): The Philippines has further tightened travel restrictions as it tries to head off the spread of new variants of the coronavirus.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Business association has called the nation’s recent surge of Covid-19 cases and hospitalisations “worrying” as the country seeks to emerge from pandemic restrictions through a mass vaccination campaign.
PUTRAJAYA: The first Covid-19 vaccine trial to be conducted in Malaysia is now officially underway.
SEOUL (Reuters) South Korean authorities were scrambling on Wednesday (Jan 27) to contain coronavirus outbreaks centred around Christian schools as the country reported a jump in infections, dampening hopes of a speedy exit from a third wave of the pandemic.