China on Sunday announced it had administered its one-billionth shot in the world's biggest coronavirus inoculation drive.
China gives one-billionth COVID shot
Iran’s Health Ministry reported 129 deaths from COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the total death toll to 82,480.
Iran reports 129 coronavirus deaths
Many Indian states eased coronavirus restrictions on Monday including the capital Delhi, where authorities allowed all shops and malls to open, as the number of new infections dropped to the lowest in more than two months.
India gingerly eases coronavirus rules as new cases dip to two-month low
The death toll from COVID-19 infection in Iran surpassed 82,000 on Sunday, while more than 2.65 million patients have recovered from the disease across the country.
Coronavirus death toll in Iran exceeds 82,000
The spokesman of the National Task Force for Fighting the Coronavirus stressed in a news conference on Saturday that Iran’s daily COVID-19 deaths and infections are reflecting a declining trend in general.
Iran’s COVID-19 deaths, infections reflecting declining trend: Task force spokesman
A Group of Seven plan to donate one billion COVID-19 vaccine doses to poorer countries lacks ambition, is far too slow and shows Western leaders are not yet up to the job of tackling the worst public health crisis in a century, campaigners said on Friday.
G7 vaccine pledge is just a drop in ocean, campaigners say
Ninth batch of Russian COVID-19 vaccines delivered to Iranian Embassy in Moscow
Iran launches second phase in clinical trial of Fakhra vaccine
Iran’s EB Home, an NGO supporting people suffering from a rare skin condition known as epidermolysis bullosa, and several jurists have lodged a complaint against Mölnlycke Health Care, a Swedish medical device company headquartered in Gothenburg, over its refusal to sell medical products to Tehran under the pretext of US sanctions.
Iran's EB Home files complaint against Sweden’s Mölnlycke
Iran registers 120 deaths, lowest daily toll in nine weeks
Ministry asked to authorize emergency use of Iranian coronavirus vaccine
World leaders must make a "new commitment" to a more equal distribution of coronavirus vaccines to bring the pandemic under control, the heads of four major global organizations said on Tuesday.
Heads of global organizations issue joint call for vaccine equality

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