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Bolsonaro tells Brazilians to ‘stop whining’ after COVID-19 deaths hit record high
After two straight days of record COVID-19 deaths in Brazil, President Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday told Brazilians to stop “whining” and move on, in his latest remarks attacking distancing measures and downplaying the gravity of the pandemic.
Iran’s COVID-19 claims 78 lives in 24 hours
Iran’s Health Ministry announced 78 coronavirus patients lost their lives from Wednesday to Thursday bringing the total deaths to 60,431.
Most in Japan ‘interested in Olympics’ but don’t want them to happen: Poll
An overwhelming majority of Japanese said they were “interested in the Olympics”, although 58 percent said they did not want them to be held this year because of fears over COVID-19, a Yomiuri daily poll showed on Wednesday.
COVAX vaccine program to deliver 237m doses to 142 nations by end-May
The COVAX vaccine-sharing program said on Tuesday it will deliver 237 million doses of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 shot to 142 countries by the end of May as it steps up the global roll-out of its vaccine supplies.
UK aid charities warn of famine as COVID-19 hits poorer nations
A coalition of UK aid agencies warned Monday that the COVID-19 pandemic is worsening the “dire humanitarian” crisis in fragile states and raising the risk of famine, including in Yemen.
Germany tightens COVID-19 controls at French border over variants
Germany announced Sunday that travelers from France’s northeastern Moselle region will face additional restrictions due to the high rate of variant coronavirus cases there.
Iran to become major COVID-19 vaccine producer in world: Minister
Iranian Health Minister Saeid Namaki said on Friday that Iran will turn into a major coronavirus vaccine producer in the next Iranian year, which begins on March 20.
Iran’s COVID-19 vaccine 90% effective in initial human trials
Iran’s CovIran Barekat, the country’s first domestically-developed COVID-19 vaccine, has shown 90-percent effectiveness, as confirmed by the first phase of human trials of the inoculation.
Scientists say clinical trials for ‘variant-proof’ vaccines could start very soon
Scientists are developing a range of second-generation COVID vaccines aimed at expanding protection against the disease.
Rich nations stockpiling 1b more COVID-19 shots than needed
Rich countries are on course to have over a billion more doses of COVID-19 vaccines than they need, leaving poorer nations scrambling for leftover supplies as the world seeks to curb the coronavirus pandemic, a report by anti-poverty campaigners found.
Africa reaches 100,000 known COVID-19 deaths as danger grows
Africa surpassed 100,000 confirmed deaths from COVID-19 as the continent praised for its early response to the pandemic now struggles with a dangerous resurgence and medical oxygen often runs desperately short.
Humidity from masks may lessen COVID severity: NIH research
Masks help protect the people wearing them from getting or spreading SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, but now researchers from the National Institutes of Health in the US have added evidence for yet another potential benefit for wearers: The humidity created inside the mask may help combat respiratory diseases such as COVID-19.
Iran’s COVID-19 daily death toll stands at 62: Health Ministry
Iran registered one of the lowest daily death rates, 62, from the coronavirus infection over the past nine months during the 24-hour period to Sunday noon, announced the Health Ministry.
No end to pandemic without equal vaccine access: Experts
Developing new COVID-19 vaccines will fail to end the pandemic unless all countries receive doses in a fast and fair manner, disease experts warned Saturday.
Iran receives second batch of Russian vaccine: Ministry
The second consignment of Russian-made Sputnik V vaccines developed to curb the COVID-19 disease arrived in Iran earlier than originally planned, the country's Health Ministry said.

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