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Merkel calls on all to get shots to avoid bad virus winter
Outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday called on all unvaccinated Germans to get their shots as quickly as possible as the country’s coronavirus infection rate hit the latest in a string of new highs and death numbers were growing.
Japan further expands virus emergency areas as Delta cases surge
Japan expanded its coronavirus state of emergency on Wednesday for a second week in a row, adding eight more prefectures as a surge in infections fueled by the Delta variant strains the country’s health care system.
Oil rises as market shrugs off virus impact
Oil prices rose more than $1 on Tuesday, recouping some of the losses in the previous session, as rise of demand in Europe and the United States outweighed concerns over a rise of COVID cases in Asian countries.
Virus variant threatens to cool oil demand recovery
Oil prices will trade near $70 per barrel for the rest of the year supported by the global economic recovery and a slower-than-expected return of Iranian supplies, with further gains limited by new coronavirus variants, a Reuters poll showed.
Moscow, St. Petersburg post record daily virus deaths
Russia’s main coronavirus hotspots, Moscow and Saint Petersburg, reached new pandemic highs for COVID-19 deaths on Monday, as the country battles a surging third wave driven by the Delta variant.
India reports record day of virus deaths as cases level off
India’s total virus cases since the pandemic began swept past 25 million on Tuesday as the country registered more than 260,000 new cases and a record 4,329 fatalities in a 24-hour period.
Iran registers more than 8,000 new coronavirus cases
Iran’s Health Ministry reported more than 8,000 new positive cases in the country in a 24-hour period.
One of Bulgaria's oldest doctors keeps up virus fight
Infectious disease specialist Dr. Maria Bogoeva was ready to hang up her scrubs and retire from her post in a small provincial hospital in western Bulgaria when the coronavirus pandemic struck.
Virus cost global tourism $1.3 trillion in 2020: UN
The coronavirus crisis cost the global tourism sector $1.3 trillion in lost revenue in 2020 as the number of people traveling plunged, the UN said, calling it "the worst year in tourism history".
German business mood darkens as virus lockdowns delay recovery
German companies’ optimism in an economic recovery is being tested as extended lockdowns at home and abroad curb activity.
Europe 2020 auto sales post record fall as virus hits
New car sales in Europe last year suffered a record fall of nearly 24% due to the coronavirus pandemic, the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) said Tuesday.
Cyprus' key tourism industry plunges 84% amid virus
Cyprus went from record tourist arrivals in 2019 to one of its worst ever years, with visitor numbers plunging 84 percent amid COVID-19 restrictions, official data showed.
Asian tiger mosquito poses low risk for Zika virus outbreaks
The Asian tiger mosquito does not pose a major risk for Zika virus epidemics, according to a study published in the open-access journal PLOS Pathogens by Albin Fontaine of the Institut de Recherche Biomédicale des Armées, and colleagues.
Strong virus response helps Vietnam's economy weather pandemic
A strong response to the coronavirus pandemic, surging exports and healthy public spending have helped Vietnam buck a global recession in 2020 and fast-track its recovery, with analysts predicting it will likely enjoy one of the highest growth rates in the world.
Chronic disease patients can't slack post virus: Expert
People with chronic illnesses who recover from COVID-19 must remain wary of its enduring effects on their bodies, a Turkish doctor warned.

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