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UK approves Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine
Britain approved Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday to become the first country to formally endorse a jab it said should reach the most vulnerable people early next week.
Uncertain recovery to follow coronavirus shock
The coronavirus pandemic triggered a historic global economic shock that required determined government initiative to confront it, while reinforcing China and big US tech companies.
Fauci: US may see ‘surge upon a surge’ of virus in weeks ahead
The nation’s top infectious disease expert said that the US may see “surge upon a surge” of the coronavirus in the weeks after Thanksgiving, and he does not expect current recommendations around social distancing to be relaxed before Christmas.
Russia begins mass trials of second coronavirus vaccine
Russia plans to begin mass trials of its second coronavirus vaccine, EpiVacCorona, on people aged over 18 on Monday, the RIA news agency cited the consumer health watchdog Rospotrebnadzor as saying.
'Catastrophic': Balkan health care overwhelmed by virus surge
Not enough beds and not enough doctors: A skyrocketing coronavirus caseload is pushing hospitals in the Balkans to the cusp of collapse, in chaotic scenes reminding some medics of the region's 1990s wars.
Take the vaccine even if you’ve already had coronavirus, top US expert says
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert, is advising Americans who have already had the coronavirus — or suspect that they’ve had it — to take the coming vaccines for it anyway.
Iran registers 406 more deaths from coronavirus
Government offices will close for a week from Saturday
Iran records highest daily coronavirus infections
Iran registered on Wednesday a daily record high of 13,843 new coronavirus cases, the Health Ministry said, pushing the national tally to 894,385 in the country.
Pandemic respite for Thai 'sea gypsies' threatened by mass tourism
Coronavirus has wrought havoc across the world, but for Thailand's "sea gypsies" it has brought welcome respite from the threat of mass tourism.

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