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More than 175,000 Singapore children aged between five and 11 have at least one Covid-19 vaccine dose
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): More than 175,000 children aged between five and 11 have received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, a month after the national inoculation programme was expanded to include that age group.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's capital Delhi lifted a weekend curfew and allowed restaurants and marketplaces to reopen on Friday, following a sharp drop in new infections of COVID-19.
PHNOM PENH (The Phnom Penh Post/Asia News Network): Australia and Cambodia have pledged to forge even stronger bonds as the two countries celebrated their 70th anniversary of diplomatic ties.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has received the first shipment of 624,000 Pfizer-BioNTech Comirnaty 10mcg Concentrate for Dispersion vaccine doses that will be used for the vaccination of children aged five to 12 in February, says the Health Ministry.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The World Health Organisation (WHO) said it is looking into allegations a regional director in Asia bullied staff, used racist language and leaked sensitive vaccine data to Japan, accusations the official denies.
HONG KONG (China Daily/Asia News Network): The Hong Kong government announced that its social distancing measures will remain in place until Feb 17 after the city recorded 164 new Covid-19 infections on Thursday (Jan 27), the highest single-day figure over the past two years.
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 199,251 adults in Malaysia received the Covid-19 booster dose on Thursday (Jan 27), bringing the cumulative number of booster doses administered to the adult population in the country to 11,531,403 or 49.3 per cent of the group.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian truck drivers determined to shut down central Ottawa over a federal government vaccine mandate rolled across the country toward the capital on Thursday, boosted by praise from Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk.
HELSINKI (Reuters) -Finland will begin gradually easing COVID-19 restrictions from Feb. 1 instead of mid-February as initially planned as the burden on its hospitals eases, the government said late on Thursday.