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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.
JENDOUBA, Tunisia (Reuters) - Waiting in line to receive a COVID-19 jab from the Tunisian army, Zubeir Bin Ammar was in little doubt that the military and President Kais Saied were succeeding where the government he removed from power had failed.
BUTTERWORTH: The Public-Private Partnership Industrial Covid-19 Immunisation Programme (Pikas) vaccination centre at Pearl View Hotel here, which started operating just a week ago, has been forced to close due to shortage of vaccine supply.
MILAN (Reuters) - Hackers have attacked and shut down the IT systems of the company that manages COVID-19 vaccination appointments for the Lazio region surrounding Rome, the regional government said on Sunday.
KOTA TINGGI (Bernama): Some 85,000 teachers in schools nationwide, are expected to receive at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine before the school session begins this September.
PETALING JAYA: The failure to adopt a hybrid parliament system in the recent special sitting is a missed opportunity, says the Malaysian Bar.
JEMPOL (Bernama): The government is optimistic to achieve its target of fully vaccinating 50% of individuals aged 18 and above by Aug 31, says National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme (PICK) coordinating minister Khairy Jamaluddin.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia will begin offering a booster shot against Covid-19, switching between the AstraZeneca and Chinese COVID-19 vaccines in an effort to fight the spread of the coronavirus in the Southeast Asian country.
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.