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President calls for reopening of live events in compliance with health protocols
Iranian President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi called for arrangements for the presence of people at exhibitions and sports stadiums while complying with the coronavirus health protocols.
Omicron ‘ultimate evidence’ of danger of vaccination inequity: Red Cross
The emergence of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus is the “ultimate evidence” of the danger of unequal vaccination rates around the world, the head of the Red Cross said on Friday.
Iran ready to host foreign tourists as pandemic eases: Deputy minister
The lifting of a visa ban for foreigners’ entry following the decline of coronavirus cases in Iran shows that the country is keen on hosting foreign tourists, said the Iranian deputy tourism minister.
Coronavirus cases rise in Europe for 5th consecutive week
The number of coronavirus cases has risen in Europe for the fifth consecutive week, making it the only world region where COVID-19 is still increasing, the World Health Organization reported Wednesday.
Organizers say virus 'biggest challenge' ahead of Beijing Games
Protecting the Beijing Winter Olympics from the coronavirus is the "biggest challenge", organisers said Wednesday, as millions of people in China were under stay-at-home orders to contain small outbreaks 100 days before the Games.
Delta’s force hits economies from U.S. to China in real time
COVID-19 still isn’t done hobbling the global economy.
WHO adds ‘Mu’ strain to list of coronavirus variants of concern
The World Health Organization said it is monitoring a new coronavirus variant known as “Mu,” which was first identified in Colombia in January 2021.
U.S. coronavirus hospitalizations hit eight-month high
The number of coronavirus patients in U.S. hospitals breached 100,000 on Thursday, the highest level in eight months, according to the Department of Health and Human Services, as a resurgence of COVID-19 spurred by the highly contagious Delta variant strains the nation's health care system.
China rejects need for further WHO coronavirus origins probe
China on Friday rejected the World Health Organization's calls for a renewed probe into the origins of COVID-19, saying it supported "scientific" over "political" efforts to find out how the virus started.

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