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India infections top 20m but numbers offer slight hope
India's coronavirus caseload topped 20 million on Tuesday as the relentless surge finally forced the suspension of the nation's lucrative cricket competition involving some of the sport's biggest global stars.
Japan says Olympics must not burden medical systems
The Olympics must not be a burden on medical systems, Japan's chief government spokesman said on Friday, amid worries that daily athlete testing will tax health resources already stressed in fighting a rebound of COVID-19 cases.
India’s coronavirus deaths exceed 200,000 after record surge in cases
India's coronavirus death toll passed 200,000 on Wednesday with more than 3,000 fatalities reported in 24 hours for the first time, official data showed.
Russia says Brazil refusal to import Sputnik V 'political'
The developers of Russia's Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday criticized Brazil's refusal to import the jab as politically motivated.
India’s coronavirus crisis deepens as Iran, others offer aid
US criticized for not releasing surplus vaccines to India
Iran launches final phase in human trial of COVIran vaccine
Mokhber: 50m doses to be delivered by summer end
Indian hospitals turn away patients in COVID-19 'tsunami'
Overwhelmed hospitals in India begged for oxygen supplies on Saturday as the country's coronavirus infections soared again overnight in a "tsunami" of disease, setting a new world record for cases for the third consecutive day.
India hospitals overwhelmed by virus; Japan declares emergency
Hospitals in India launched desperate appeals for oxygen on Friday as the nation’s COVID crisis plummeted to horrifying new depths, while Japan declared a state of emergency for Tokyo just three months before it hosts the Olympics.
New Delhi imposes lockdown under US COVID-19 vaccine raw materials embargo
New Delhi imposed a weeklong lockdown to prevent the collapse of the Indian capital’s health system, which authorities said had been pushed to its limit amid an explosive surge in coronavirus cases.
Japan widens coronavirus curbs, casting fresh doubt on Olympics
Japan expanded quasi-emergency measures to a group of regions – including the cities of Tokyo and Osaka – on Friday as a fourth wave of COVID-19 cases spreads, casting more doubt on whether the Summer Olympics can be held in Tokyo in less than 100 days.
First COVAX shipment of 700,000 doses sent to Iran
Minister: Iran facing huge wave of coronavirus infections

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