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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Finance Minister Rishi Sunak has pressed for an easing of travel restrictions to offer respite to the tourism sector amid concerns that the country is not reaping the benefit of its vaccination programme, the Sunday Times reported.
Recovery of these sectors will still depend on how well the Covid-19 pandemic is contained.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) -Australia's east coast states of New South Wales and Queensland faced an escalating battle against the COVID-19 Delta variant on Sunday, with millions under strict lockdown and authorities urging more testing and vaccinations to rein in the outbreaks.
PARIS (Reuters) - Thousands of people protested in Paris and other French cities on Saturday against a mandatory coronavirus health pass for entry to a wide array of public venues, introduced by the government as it battles a fourth wave of infections.
KUCHING: The six-month extension of the Emergency in Sarawak allows the state election to be postponed until the Covid-19 situation improves for the polls to be held safely, says the Chief Minister.
KUALA LUMPUR: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has expressed concern over the health risk of the #Lawan rally in the city centre here amid the high number of Covid-19 cases in the Klang Valley.
As most people in the Klang Valley still have not had their second vaccine dose, it is tough to expect a reasonable degree of herd immunity.
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(Reuters) - Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a four-stage plan to greater freedom from coronavirus restrictions, saying Australia will have to vaccinate 80% of its adults against COVID-19 before it can consider reopening its borders.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary's National Election Committee (NEC) approved on Friday the government's list of questions on LGBT issues it wants to put on a referendum as part of what Prime Minister Viktor Orban has called an "ideological war" with the European Union.