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UK firms urge government to help struggling Eurostar: Media
British business leaders called on the government to rescue Eurostar, reports said, after the firm said it was close to collapse following border closures to contain new COVID-19 strains.
Rapid blood test identifies COVID-19 patients at high risk of severe disease
One of the most vexing aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic is doctors' inability to predict which newly hospitalized patients will go on to develop severe disease, including complications that require the insertion of a breathing tube, kidney dialysis or other intensive care. Knowledge of a patient's age and underlying medical conditions can help predict such outcomes, but there are still surprises when younger, seemingly healthier patients suffer severe complications that can lead to death.
Vaccine skepticism hurts East European anti-virus efforts
Vaccines from the West, Russia or China? Or none at all? That dilemma faces nations in southeastern Europe, where coronavirus vaccination campaigns are off to a slow start – overshadowed by heated political debates and conspiracy theories.
COVID-19 claims 96 lives in Iran over 24 hours
The coronavirus pandemic caused 96 more deaths in Iran from Friday to Saturday, mounting the total national death toll to 56,717, Iran's Health Ministry spokeswoman said.
Iran to import two million COVID-19 vaccines in coming months
Head of the Medical Council of the Islamic Republic of Iran Mohammadreza Zafarqandi said Iran plans to import about two million coronavirus vaccines from India, China or Russia in the coming months.
Iran’s daily coronavirus deaths drop to 71, lowest since June
Cuba, Iran to cooperate on COVID-19 vaccine
Rights groups demand inoculation of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails
Five human rights organizations based in occupied Palestinian territories called for the COVID-19 vaccination of Palestinian prisoners against the backdrop of a statement by Israeli Public Security Minister Amir Ohana, who said inoculation of the inmates was “not a priority”.
Johnson under fire as UK again faces onslaught of COVID-19
The crisis facing Britain this winter is depressingly familiar: Stay-at-home orders and empty streets. Hospitals overflowing. A daily toll of many hundreds of coronavirus deaths.
Most COVID-19 patients have at least one symptom six months on: Study
More than three quarters of people hospitalized with COVID-19 still suffered from at least one symptom after six months, according to a study published on Saturday that scientists said shows the need for further investigation into lingering coronavirus effects.
‘Very anxious’: Lebanon’s ICU doctors fear unfolding COVID surge
“I’m very anxious about what we’ll see in the next few weeks,” a 33-year-old intensive care doctor, on a short break from a 24-hour shift at a Beirut hospital’s intensive care unit (ICU), said.
Leader: Election fiasco, human rights record show US imbroglio
Ayatollah Khamenei bans import of COVID-19 vaccine from US, UK
Paris Louvre Museum visitors fell by three quarters in 2020 due to COVID-19 crisis
The Louvre Museum in Paris – home to the ‘Mona Lisa’ and other world famous works of art – suffered a 72 percent drop in visitors in 2020 compared to 2019, as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.
CBI governor says prepayment for COVID-19 vaccines now finalized
Central Bank of Iran (CBI) Governor Abdolnaser Hemmati said the country has finally made a prepayment for purchase of vaccines to tackle COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.
Iran begins second phase of human trial of its COVID-19 vaccine
Iran began the second phase in the human trial of its homegrown COVID-19 vaccine with injection of the vaccine to four volunteers on Monday.

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