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LONDON (Reuters) - Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Tuesday she expected updated advice from Britain's COVID-19 vaccine experts soon and was hoping for more children to be offered shots before schools and universities restarted in September.
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DUBLIN (Reuters) - Five Roman Catholic bishops from Ireland's 22 dioceses are set to defy COVID-19 restrictions after instructing local parishes to hold communion and confirmation services this month, drawing a sharp rebuke from the government, which have pleaded with them to wait until they consider further easing curbs later this month.
MOSCOW (Reuters) -A Russian court on Tuesday sentenced Lyubov Sobol, a close ally of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, to 1-1/2 years of parole-like restrictions after finding her guilty of inciting people to break COVID-19 safety regulations.
KUCHING: Sarawak should proceed with caution in entering Phase Three of the National Recovery Plan (NRP) to prevent any Covid-19 spike in the state, says the Dayak Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI).
CANBERRA (Reuters) -Australian authorities said they could ease a COVID-19 lockdown that demands Sydney's five million people stay home until the end of August if half the population is vaccinated, even as new infections linger near a 16-month high.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The head of the Japan Medical Association called on Tuesday for a nationwide state of emergency to contain a surge in COVID-19 cases in Olympics host city Tokyo and elsewhere, Kyodo news agency said, as worries grow about a strained healthcare system.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Kamelia Felisya Abd Rahim, who works in the public sector, is flabbergasted at the attitude of a couple who resides in a unit next to hers at a multi-storey apartment building in Ampang, Selangor.
PETALING JAYA: An announcement on the easing of restrictions for those who have been fully vaccinated will be made soon, says the Prime Minister.
LONDON (Reuters) -England's COVID-19 mobile phone app will be tweaked so that fewer contacts of asymptomatic people who test positive for the disease will need to self-isolate, Britain's health ministry said on Monday.