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Restrictions in SW Iran as more cases of UK variant coronavirus found
While Iran has managed to keep the daily death toll from the coronavirus below 100 for the seventh week in a row, a mutated strain of the virus first found in the UK is infecting more people in the southwestern province of Khuzestan.
Top scientists call for universal coronavirus vaccine
The prestigious journal Science published an editorial calling for a global effort to develop a universal coronavirus vaccine that would remain effective against other members of the same virus family that might cross over to humans.
US sanctions have 'catastrophic impact' amid COVID-19: Progressive Democrats
Progressive Democrats in Congress are calling for an overhaul of US sanctions on other nations which they argue have “catastrophic humanitarian consequences” on the global effort to contain the coronavirus pandemic.
Iran reports over 7,000 new daily coronavirus cases
Iran’s Health Ministry reported 7,321 new positive cases in a 24-hour period, bringing the total cases to 1,473,756.
BAME communities urged to have coronavirus vaccine
"I'd shout it from the street — please have your vaccinations, you don't know what we're going through."
Chinese get a taste of home for Lunar New Year
Chinese unable to reunite with loved ones this Lunar New Year are sending them a taste of home instead, using food packages to bridge the distance, as coronavirus warnings in some regions put a stop to the usual lengthy journeys home.
Iran registers 57 coronavirus deaths, lowest since May
The number of daily deaths from the coronavirus in Iran dropped to the lowest rate since late May 2020.
Italy births fall 22% during lockdown
Maybe it was the stress. Maybe it was being cooped up with the mother-in-law. But the numbers are in, and one effect of the coronavirus lockdown is now clear: People made fewer babies. A lot fewer babies.
Study: Climate change increased risk for coronavirus pandemic
Often, climate change is blamed for shrinking habitats and depressing biodiversity, but new research suggests climate change has expanded the preferred habitat of coronavirus-carrying bats in Southern China.
US rushes to catch up in the race to detect mutant viruses
Despite its world-class medical system and its vaunted Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the US fell behind in the race to detect dangerous coronavirus mutations. And it’s only now beginning to catch up.
South Korea, Cambodia strike free trade deal for broader economic cooperation
South Korea said on Wednesday it has clinched a free trade deal with Cambodia, the latest in a series of its free trade pacts to revitalize its ailing exports amid the new coronavirus pandemic.

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