Search
From Date :
To Date :
Serivce :
Query :
Keywords :
 ( Seprate With , )
China urges US not to seek ‘political manipulation’ after Taiwan COVID-19 vaccine aid
China's Foreign Ministry urged the United States on Monday not to seek "political manipulation" in the name of vaccine assistance after the United States delivered 2.5 million COVID-19 shots to Taiwan.
Protests against president as Brazil tops 500,000 deaths
Anti-government protesters took to the streets in more than a score of cities across Brazil on Saturday as the nation's confirmed death toll from COVID-19 soared past half a million — a tragedy many critics blame on President Jair Bolsonaro's attempt to minimize the disease.
Health experts warn of Olympic COVID-19 threat, prefer no spectators
Japan's top medical experts warned on Friday that holding the Olympics during the COVID-19 pandemic could increase infections, and said banning all spectators was the least risky option, setting up a possible collision with organisers.
G7 vaccine pledge is just a drop in ocean, campaigners say
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.
Top Japanese virologist warns on risks of Tokyo Games during pandemic
A top Japanese virologist and government adviser has warned of the risks of spreading COVID-19 infections during the Tokyo Olympics, the Times of London reported on Tuesday, the latest high-profile caveat about the global sporting showpiece.
India’s COVID infections ebb but states struggle for vaccines
India’s official tally of daily infections of coronavirus in 24 hours fell to the lowest in nearly six weeks, offering hope that a devastating second wave is ebbing, but government leaders said shortages of vaccines were a big concern.
UN chief calls for application of wartime logic to fight pandemic
The world is “at war” against COVID-19, the UN chief said Monday, calling for the application of wartime logic to the inequitable access to the weapons needed to fight the pandemic.
India’s capital to ease COVID-19 restrictions as cases drop
India’s capital New Delhi will start relaxing its strict coronavirus lockdown next week if new cases continue to drop in the city, its chief minister said on Sunday.
Latin America, Caribbean surpass 1m COVID-19 deaths
More than one million people have died of COVID-19 in Latin America and the Caribbean since the pandemic began, according to an AFP count based on official figures.
WHO: COVID-19 death tolls are likely a ‘significant undercount’
Official tolls showing the number of deaths directly or indirectly attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic are likely to be a “significant undercount”, the World Health Organization said on Friday, saying 6-8 million people may have died so far.
India sets global record with 4,529 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours
India on Wednesday reported more coronavirus deaths in a single day than any other country at any time during the pandemic, while infections continued to spread through vast rural areas with weak health systems.
India's pace of daily COVID-19 infections slows
India reported a smaller rise in daily coronavirus infections for a third straight day on Sunday, as the government said it was working to boost vaccine supplies to avert deaths beyond the pandemic toll of more than 270,000.

Page Generated in 0/2269 sec