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JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): As Indonesia begins inoculating medical workers against Covid-19, data problems have become apparent, making registration for the programme difficult and clouding the country's ambitious plan to vaccinate some 181 million people.
Echoes in Hebei of measures a year ago in Wuhan, with students stranded in icy conditions and some people unable to get routine medical treatmentResidents complain of mistakes being repeated, as countries continue to struggle to balance a speedy response with the public’s wider needs
Forced to ask for help, visually impaired women are deprived of the privacy of finding out the results of a pregnancy test.
BUTTERWORTH: A broker, who allegedly clobbered a pregnant cat and a kitten to death with a metal rod last month, has been charged in a Sessions Court here with cruelty to animals.
PETALING JAYA: Left-handed bowler Puteri Nurul Dini Mohd Faudzi is driven to win a place in the national team to fulfil her late mother’s wish.
KOTA KINABALU: While flood victims in Sabah are thankful for the help and donations in the form of food and other essentials from the government and other organisations, they also want better flood mitigation initiatives to be put in place for the future.
PETALING JAYA: Private hospitals have treated Covid-19 patients before, but the practice was to send them to government hospitals once beds became available there, says the Association of Private Hospitals Malaysia (APHM) president Datuk Dr Kuljit Singh.
ULAN BATOR, Jan. 15 (Xinhua) -- A passenger plane chartered by the Mongolian government to repatriate its nationals from South Korea amid the COVID-19 pandemic arrived on Friday, according to Mongolia's State Emergency Commission (SEC).
FORMER Hong Kong beauty queen Myolie Wu said it was love at first sight for her and her husband Philip Lee, China Press reported.
Sinovac releases vaccine data in Brazil: 100% effective in preventing severe cases, could reduce hospitalisations by 80%
BEIJING (Global Times): Sinovac's Covid-19 vaccine is 100 per cent effective in preventing severe and moderate infections, 77.96 per cent effective in preventing mild cases, and has an overall efficacy of 50.4 per cent in Brazil's final-stage trials.