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South Korea drops most COVID restrictions as cases fall
South Korea will lift almost all social distancing measures, the government said Friday, citing a dramatic fall in reported cases of COVID-19 after an Omicron-fuelled surge, but the mask mandate will remain.
Iran will impose more restrictions to prevent COVID-19 resurgence if needed: Interior minister
Iran’s Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi said that Iran will impose more restrictions to prevent the resurgence of COVID-19 if the country’s officials find that the restrictions are needed.
European countries move to reimpose restrictions as Omicron sweeps continent
Nations across Europe have moved to reimpose tougher measures to stem a new wave of COVID-19 infections spurred by the highly transmissible Omicron variant.
India imposes restrictions in Delhi due to dangerous levels of air pollution
Delhi shut down schools until further notice, urged people to work from home and banned non-essential trucks from entering the Indian capital due to dangerous levels of air pollution.
Hundreds of thousands protest COVID restrictions in several countries
Hundreds of thousands of people across several countries, including France and Italy, protested anti-COVID measures.
India gingerly eases coronavirus rules as new cases dip to two-month low
Many Indian states eased coronavirus restrictions on Monday including the capital Delhi, where authorities allowed all shops and malls to open, as the number of new infections dropped to the lowest in more than two months.
Van Gogh Museum reopens as restrictions ease in Netherlands
After almost six months the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam reopened to visitors as restrictions in the Netherlands ease.
Ethiopians rally against US over Tigray aid restrictions
Ethiopian pro-government demonstrators denounced the United States on Sunday for imposing restrictions on aid over the Tigray conflict, at a massive rally organized by the authorities to show support for their positions.
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.
Protesters march in many countries on May Day amid pandemic restrictions
Workers and union leaders on Saturday took to the streets in many countries across the world to demand more labor protections and financial support in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic that has impacted workplaces and economies.
New COVID restrictions sweep Europe ahead of Easter
Europe may not be subject to the drastic lockdown measures introduced to combat the first wave of coronavirus a year ago, but many countries still face another Easter of greatly reduced meeting and movement.

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