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KOTA KINABALU: Public apathy and weariness on the long-drawn fight against the Covid-19 pandemic remains a key factor for the spread of the infection that sees Sabah's figures "rising and dipping" over the last few months.
Five Vietnamese scientists have been listed in the 2021 edition of Asian Scientist 100, an annual list that recognises the achievements of the region’s outstanding researchers by Singapore’s Asian Scientist magazine.
THE city-state said it is quarantining about 1,200 migrant workers after finding Covid-19 cases in their dormitory, including among men who had recovered from the virus, raising concerns about re-infections.Authorities are conducting Covid-19 tests for all residents of the Westlite Woodlands dormitory after one worker was found positive on Tuesday during routine testing.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians must do all they can to prevent another spike of Covid-19 cases, as health experts believe that a fourth wave is imminent with a lapse in standard operating procedure compliance.
Four family members with Covid-19, zero savings and no relief from Venezuela’s collapsed public health system: Gabriela Rodriguez saw no option but to seek help from crowdfunding.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - New coronavirus infections in India rose by the most in more than three months as a second wave of the epidemic gathered momentum, with Maharashtra, the country's richest state, accounting for two-thirds of the latest daily tally.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India warned on Wednesday that a breach of guidelines on testing and other measures to contain the coronavirus could worsen a recent spurt in infections in many states, particularly after it detected several variants.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India will make COVID-19 molecular tests mandatory for people arriving directly or indirectly from the United Kingdom, South Africa and Brazil in a bid to contain the spread of more infectious virus variants found in those countries.
CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australia on Monday moved to reassure its citizens over the efficacy of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine after South Africa suspended use of the shot because data showed it offered limited protection against a new strain of the virus.