11/23/2020 - Shanghai Airport Mass Testing Staff After Covid Cases Reported
11/23/2020 - Shanghai airport Covid scare sparks 'chaotic' mass testing
11/23/2020 - Climate change: Covid pandemic has little impact on rise in CO2
11/24/2020 - US To Distribute 6.4 Million Covid Vaccine Doses In First Tranche
11/25/2020 - Germany Merkel: Car rams into chancellery gate ahead of Covid decision
11/25/2020 - Oxford Vaccine's 90% Efficacy In Covid Came In Younger Group
11/26/2020 - Don't Worry Kids, COVID Won't Stop Father Christmas: UK PM Johnson
11/26/2020 - AstraZeneca Likely To Run Fresh Global Covid Vaccine Trial, Says CEO
11/26/2020 - "I'm Not Going To Take It": Brazil President On Covid Vaccine
11/27/2020 - Russia Agrees To Produce Covid Vaccine Sputnik V In India
11/27/2020 - High Storage Cost Of Ultra-Cold Covid Vaccines Should Not Hinder Use: WHO
11/28/2020 - UK Secures Additional 2 Million Doses Of Moderna Covid Vaccine
11/29/2020 - Covid: Fauci warns of 'surge in cases' post Thanksgiving
11/30/2020 - Moderna Says Vaccine 100% Effective Against Severe Covid, Seeks Clearance
11/30/2020 - Suicide claimed more Japanese lives in October than 10 months of COVID
11/30/2020 - Covid vaccine: Moderna seeks approval in US and Europe
11/30/2020 - Covid vaccine: Rumours thrive amid trickle of pandemic facts
11/30/2020 - Covid: Dr Scott Atlas - Trump's controversial coronavirus adviser - resigns
12/01/2020 - China Gave Experimental Covid Vaccine To Kim Jong Un: US Analyst
12/01/2020 - EU Health Agency To Meet By December 29 For Pfizer Covid Vaccine Decision
12/01/2020 - China marks 1 year since COVID symptoms were first detected
12/01/2020 - Biden Urges US Congress To Pass Covid Aid Package, Promises More Action
12/01/2020 - US Reveals Rapid Rollout Plan For Vaccine After Record Covid Surge
12/02/2020 - UK First to Clear Pfizer Vaccine, Covid Shots From Next Week
12/02/2020 - "Covid Vaccines Will Allow Return To Normalcy": UK PM Boris Johnson
12/02/2020 - Boris Johnson Might Take Covid Shot On TV, But Won't Jump Queue: Official
12/02/2020 - US Expects To Vaccinate 100 Million People Against Covid By February
12/02/2020 - 'Covid ended our marriage': The couples who split in the pandemic
12/02/2020 - Hospitalised Covid Patients Top 100,000 For First Time In US
12/02/2020 - US Covid Daily Deaths Surpasses 2,700, Highest Since April: Monitor
12/03/2020 - Hundreds of Staten Island protesters rally around a bar shut down for defying covid rules: ‘Open up!’
12/03/2020 - The Sacramento sheriff refused to enforce covid health measures. He’s now tested positive for the virus.
12/03/2020 - Coronavirus: US hits record Covid cases and hospitalisations
12/03/2020 - Covid: Are countries under pressure to approve a vaccine?
12/03/2020 - Moderna Covid Vaccine Helps Antibodies Last For 3 Months: Report
12/03/2020 - Three Ex-US presidents pledge to film themselves getting Covid vaccine
12/03/2020 - US Logs Record High Of Over 2.1 Lakh Covid Cases In 24 Hours: Report
12/03/2020 - Biden, Obama, Bush, Clinton Vow To Publicly Receive Covid Vaccine
12/03/2020 - Joe Biden Asks Top Doctor Fauci To Join His Covid Team
12/04/2020 - Called "Horrible Monkey": Dutch Scientists Tackling Covid Get Threats
12/04/2020 - "Vaccines Don't Equal Zero Covid", Says World Health Organization
12/04/2020 - Joe Biden: Covid vaccination in US will not be mandatory
12/05/2020 - Covid: Russia begins vaccinations in Moscow
12/05/2020 - Covid: Argentina passes tax on wealthy to pay for virus measures
12/05/2020 - Covid: Moscow clinics begins vaccinations for at-risk groups
12/06/2020 - Covid: South Korea raises alert level amid spike in cases
12/06/2020 - Covid: US vaccine chief Slaoui sees 'light at end of the tunnel'
12/06/2020 - Britain prepares to roll out COVID vaccine
12/06/2020 - China's Sinovac Secures $515 Million To Boost Covid Vaccine Production
12/06/2020 - Covid: Most of California faces strict new lockdown as cases surge
12/07/2020 - Pakistan: Covid patients die due to oxygen shortage in Peshawar
12/07/2020 - New Smartphone-Based Covid Test Gives Results In Less Than 30 Minutes
12/07/2020 - Rita Ora sorry for Covid breach after Egypt trip
12/07/2020 - Pope To Visit Iraq In March, First Foreign Trip Since Covid Pandemic
12/07/2020 - At Pak Hospital, Oxygen Shortage Kills Covid Patients
12/07/2020 - US Covid rules objector 'hits policeman with car' while fleeing arrest
12/07/2020 - UK To Brexit-Proof Pfizer Covid Vaccine Supplies From Belgium
12/07/2020 - Covid: Fauci warns Christmas is 'greater challenge' than Thanksgiving
12/07/2020 - India-Origin Man To Be Among First In World To Get Covid Vaccine In UK
12/08/2020 - U.K. grandmother, 90, gets the 1st dose of Pfizer's COVID vaccine
12/08/2020 - U.K. grandmother, 90, gets the 1st dose of Pfizer's COVID vaccine
12/08/2020 - Pfizer Covid Vaccine Has "Favourable Safety Profile": US Regulator
12/08/2020 - "Severely Politicised": Pfizer Chief On Covid Vaccine Development
12/08/2020 - Fauci: US mass Covid vaccinations could be days away
12/08/2020 - Trump Signs Decree To Ensure Covid Vaccines Go To Americans First
12/08/2020 - Paper-Based Electrochemical Sensor Detects Covid In Less Than 5 Minutes
12/08/2020 - Covid: Biden vows 100m vaccinations for US in first 100 days
12/08/2020 - Covid: 'How a picture of my foot became anti-vaccine propaganda'
12/08/2020 - Rich countries hoarding Covid vaccines, says People's Vaccine Alliance
12/08/2020 - Oxford Vaccine Better At Stopping Covid Than Slowing Spread: Report
12/09/2020 - UAE Says China-Developed Sinopharm Covid Vaccine Has 86% Efficacy
12/09/2020 - China Tests 2,50,000 People For Covid After New Cluster Emerges
12/09/2020 - Sens. Warren, Smith tell Azar they discovered 'significant gaps' in Covid testing
12/09/2020 - Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid vaccine to immunize the planet 'more effectively,' Lancet editor says
12/09/2020 - Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani receiving same Covid drugs as president
12/09/2020 - UK Won't Have Covid Vaccine Choice In First Months Of Rollout: Official
12/09/2020 - Covid relief bill would add a $300 boost to unemployment benefits for 16 weeks
12/09/2020 - Covid relief talks hit another wall as Congress runs short on time to send help
12/09/2020 - Covid vaccine offers exhausted health-care workers hope—but not relief—as ICUs fill across U.S.
12/09/2020 - Covid: Canada latest country to approve Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine
12/09/2020 - U.S. plans to ship 2.9 million Covid vaccine doses as early as the end of this week
12/09/2020 - "End To The Plague": Israel To Begin Covid Vaccinations From December 27
12/09/2020 - House votes to fund government for a week amid rush to strike spending, Covid relief deals
12/09/2020 - FDA will likely scrutinize allergic reactions to Pfizer Covid vaccine in UK before OKing U.S. use
12/09/2020 - Developing nations are first in line for China's Covid vaccines. Analysts question Beijing’s intent
12/09/2020 - Covid: Students and retirees form long-distance friendships
12/09/2020 - US Covid vaccine: Three key questions answered
12/09/2020 - China Tells Airline Crew To Wear Diapers On Risky Covid Flights
12/10/2020 - Moderna begins study of Covid vaccine in adolescents
12/10/2020 - 6 things to know before FDA panel votes on Pfizer's Covid vaccine today
12/10/2020 - "Hunger Pandemic" Worse Than Covid, Says Nobel-Winning UN Food Agency
12/10/2020 - Google launches knowledge panels in search results to tackle misinformation about Covid vaccines
12/10/2020 - CEO turnover hit lowest level in years as boards sought stability during Covid's early days
12/10/2020 - Watch live: FDA panel meets today to vote on whether to recommend approval of Pfizer's Covid vaccine
12/10/2020 - Pope's Midnight Mass to start early to comply with COVID curfew
12/10/2020 - House adjourns until next week as deadline looms and millions of Americans await Covid relief
12/10/2020 - Bipartisan Covid relief plan includes more PPP, plus tax deductions for small businesses
12/10/2020 - Walmart prepares to administer Covid vaccines at stores across the U.S.
12/10/2020 - Citizen journalist detained for reporting on China COVID outbreak, "may not survive"
12/10/2020 - "Feeling Fine": US Talk Show Host Ellen DeGeneres Reveals She Has Covid
12/10/2020 - FDA panel recommends approval of Pfizer's Covid vaccine for emergency use
12/10/2020 - Covid vaccine: US experts recommend Pfizer vaccine approval
12/10/2020 - Pfizer Covid Vaccine Gets US Experts' Nod For Emergency Use Approval
12/10/2020 - Merck CEO optimistic on Covid vaccines, sees at least 6 more months of social distancing and masks
12/10/2020 - Climate change: Covid drives record emissions drop in 2020
12/10/2020 - Covid: Australian vaccine abandoned over false HIV response
12/10/2020 - Covid: China asks cabin crew to wear nappies to reduce virus risk
12/11/2020 - Sanofi, GSK Covid Vaccine To Be Ready Only At The End Of 2021
12/11/2020 - Sanofi-GSK announce delay in Covid vaccine project
12/11/2020 - AstraZeneca to work on Covid vaccine combinations with Russia's Sputnik V developers
12/11/2020 - Covid: Trials to test combination of Oxford and Sputnik vaccines
12/11/2020 - Almost 40% of Americans plan to spend less this holiday season as the Covid pandemic lingers
12/11/2020 - Citizen journalist detained for reporting on China COVID outbreak, "may not survive"
12/11/2020 - FDA chief says agency will quickly approve Pfizer's Covid vaccine for emergency use
12/11/2020 - Despite Covid cases rising, more colleges plan to reopen in the spring
12/11/2020 - Covid: Record deaths in Germany and Russia
12/11/2020 - FDA advisor explains why she voted against recommending Pfizer's Covid vaccine for emergency use
12/11/2020 - Pfizer Covid Vaccinations In US Could Start Next Week: Health Secretary
12/11/2020 - 5 Key Genes Linked To Severe Covid Found, May Help In Targeted Treatment
12/11/2020 - Black health leaders try to build trust in the Covid vaccine among African Americans
12/11/2020 - One Billion Covid Vaccine Secured For Low, Middle-Income Countries: WHO
12/11/2020 - Walgreens may begin Covid vaccinations at nursing homes before Christmas
12/11/2020 - White House threatens to fire FDA chief unless Pfizer Covid vaccine approved Friday, reports say
12/11/2020 - US Buys 100 Million Additional Doses Of Moderna Covid Vaccine: Official
12/11/2020 - Trump Pushes For Fast Pfizer Approval As Other Covid Vaccines Hit Snags
12/11/2020 - Biden's domestic Cabinet picks pledge to use federal powers to aid those struggling during Covid pandemic
12/11/2020 - China Covid: Infected woman defends herself after public shaming
12/11/2020 - No Allergic Reactions Found During Covid Vaccine Trial: Pfizer Executive
12/11/2020 - FDA approves Pfizer's Covid vaccine for emergency use as U.S. reaches pivotal moment in the pandemic
12/11/2020 - US Clears Pfizer-BioNTech Covid Vaccine For Emergency Use
12/11/2020 - Pfizer Covid Vaccine Will Be Administered "In Less Than 24 Hours": Trump
12/11/2020 - BioNTech CEO Reveals "Biggest Challenge" After Covid Vaccine Gets US Nod
12/12/2020 - Covid pandemic: South Korea sees record rise in daily cases
12/12/2020 - Portable Smartphone-Linked Covid Testing Method Developed: Report
12/12/2020 - Covid: US public to receive Pfizer vaccinations from Monday
12/12/2020 - CDC panel recommends Pfizer Covid vaccine for people 16 years and older, clearing pivotal hurdle
12/12/2020 - Pfizer’s Covid vaccine ships within hours. Here's how the U.S. plans to get it to everyone
12/12/2020 - US Covid vaccination: 'The mission begins'
12/12/2020 - Trump doesn't — then briefly does — wear mask in stands at Army-Navy game as Covid rages across U.S.
12/12/2020 - Covid vaccines: Will drug companies make bumper profits?
12/12/2020 - No pickers, no coffee: How Covid threatens Colombia's harvest
12/12/2020 - US Hits 16 Million Covid Cases Even As Vaccine Begins Roll-Out
12/13/2020 - As Covid pushes more people online, companies that help the web stay speedy are having a moment
12/13/2020 - US Expects To Have Immunized 100 Million Against Covid By March: Official
12/13/2020 - Trump, Outgoing Vice-President Pence To Be Offered Covid Vaccine: Report
12/13/2020 - Covid vaccine: How does a vaccine get approved?
12/14/2020 - A Swiss biotech firm developing a Covid treatment has seen its share price soar 38,000% this year
12/14/2020 - Singapore approves Pfizer's Covid vaccine, expects first shots by year-end
12/14/2020 - Germany steps up COVID lockdown measures over winter holidays
12/14/2020 - Biden advisor urges trust in Covid vaccines, says politics did not influence approval
12/14/2020 - Pfizer negotiating with U.S. to provide an additional 100 million Covid vaccine doses, CEO says
12/14/2020 - Russia's Covid Vaccine Sputnik Shows 91.4% Efficacy In New Trial: Report
12/14/2020 - Bipartisan group to release Covid relief bill as Congress faces pressure to send help
12/14/2020 - Funding for vaccine distribution at stake in the push for a new Covid relief bill
12/14/2020 - U.S. administers first shots of Pfizer's Covid vaccine, launching a historic rollout
12/14/2020 - U.S. plans to ship 6 million Moderna Covid vaccine doses once FDA gives OK as early as week's end
12/14/2020 - Here's when the Covid vaccine could be available at your neighborhood drugstore
12/14/2020 - The U.S. Covid death toll tops 300,000 as vaccine distribution begins
12/14/2020 - Coronavirus: The day US began Covid vaccinations
12/14/2020 - No Indication New COVID Variant In UK Impacts Vaccine Effectiveness: WHO
12/14/2020 - Canada Administers First Covid Vaccines, Trudeau In No Rush For His Shot
12/15/2020 - London is moving to the tightest Covid restrictions: Here's what you need to know
12/15/2020 - FDA staff endorses emergency use of Moderna’s Covid vaccine in a critical step toward approval
12/15/2020 - Moderna Covid Vaccine Shows "No Specific Safety Concerns": US Regulator
12/15/2020 - How Europe is planning to cope with a COVID Christmas
12/15/2020 - Supreme Court sides with Colorado church challenging Covid capacity limits
12/15/2020 - Fatigue, headaches and muscle pain are the most common side effects of Moderna's Covid vaccine
12/15/2020 - Pelosi invites congressional leaders to a meeting on Covid relief and government funding
12/15/2020 - 'We are so close' — Cramer says stimulus needed to bridge gap to widely available Covid vaccines
12/15/2020 - Talks With Pfizer, Moderna On For Covid Vaccine For Poor Countries: WHO
12/15/2020 - 19 million people are getting jobless benefits. Here's how the Covid relief bill would help them
12/15/2020 - Your next flight might be carrying Covid vaccines as United ships doses on passenger planes
12/15/2020 - Canada To Get Moderna Covid Vaccine Before Year End: Justin Trudeau
12/15/2020 - Germany starts Christmas lockdown amid Covid surge
12/15/2020 - French culture takes centre stage in Covid protest
12/15/2020 - London Faces Highest Level Of Covid Restrictions Amid Rise In Cases
12/15/2020 - Amazon encourages California warehouse and Whole Foods workers to get weekly Covid tests
12/16/2020 - Tom Cruise: Recording emerges of star 'shouting at film crew' over Covid
12/16/2020 - WHO Warns Of "High Risk" Of Covid Resurgence In Europe In Early 2021
12/16/2020 - Tom Cruise reportedly tears into film crew over breach of Covid rules
12/16/2020 - Congress closes in on a $900 billion Covid relief deal as Americans await aid
12/16/2020 - Experts to probe Covid origins in China's Wuhan
12/16/2020 - Fauci: 300,000 US Covid deaths makes vaccine rollout 'bittersweet'
12/16/2020 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb worries that states may struggle with logistics of administering Covid vaccines
12/16/2020 - New York Gov. Cuomo warns a January shutdown is possible as Covid cases soar to springtime records
12/16/2020 - France To Get 1.16 Million Covid Vaccine Doses By Year End: PM
12/16/2020 - 'We want them infected,' HHS official said in pushing for herd immunity Covid plan, emails show
12/16/2020 - Amazon vies for its workers to get priority access to Covid vaccine
12/16/2020 - US Vice President Mike Pence To Get Covid Vaccine On Friday: White House
12/16/2020 - Covid: Melbourne towers lockdown 'breached human rights'
12/16/2020 - FDA says extra doses from vials of Pfizer's Covid vaccine can be used
12/16/2020 - Pompeo To Quarantine After Contact With Covid Patient, Cancels Holiday Party
12/17/2020 - Countries in Asia-Pacific not guaranteed early access to Covid vaccines, WHO says
12/17/2020 - French President Emmanuel Macron tests positive for Covid
12/17/2020 - Emmanuel Macron: French president tests positive for Covid
12/17/2020 - Putin Says Will Receive Russian-Made Vaccine Against Covid When Possible
12/17/2020 - Snow continues to fall on the Northeast U.S., days after the start of the Covid vaccination campaign
12/17/2020 - 5 things to know before FDA panel votes on Moderna's Covid vaccine today
12/17/2020 - Russia's Putin says he hasn't had Covid vaccine yet because he's too old
12/17/2020 - You can’t sue Pfizer or Moderna if you have severe Covid vaccine side effects
12/17/2020 - Watch live: Key FDA panel debates whether to endorse Moderna's Covid vaccine for emergency use
12/17/2020 - Congress scrambles to finalize Covid relief, avoid shutdown as deadline draws near
12/17/2020 - HHS Secretary Azar says Pfizer keeps government at 'arm's length' on Covid vaccine manufacturing
12/17/2020 - US To Revise Covid Vaccine Guidance After Allergic Reactions
12/17/2020 - FedEx beats quarterly earnings, revenue estimates but cites continued uncertainty of Covid pandemic
12/17/2020 - Covid Vaccine Has Good Immune Response With Two-Dose Regime, Says Oxford
12/17/2020 - FDA panel endorses second Covid vaccine in U.S. as Moderna wins key vote in path to emergency use
12/17/2020 - Covid: Sydney residents urged to stay home amid new outbreak
12/17/2020 - The impact of Covid rule-breakers
12/17/2020 - Covid vaccine: India expects to 'begin vaccination in January'
12/17/2020 - Covid in India: How do you vaccinate 1.3 billion people?
12/17/2020 - Covid: Moderna vaccine moves closer to US approval
12/18/2020 - Chinese Citizen Journalist To Face Trial For Reporting On Covid In Wuhan
12/18/2020 - Covid: US Vice-President Mike Pence to receive vaccine
12/18/2020 - CVS Health, Walgreens start providing Covid vaccines at thousands of hard-hit nursing homes
12/18/2020 - Dr. Fauci hopes to get the Covid vaccine next week; Vice President Pence was immunized Friday
12/18/2020 - Covid Vaccine Delivery To Poor Countries To Start In Early 2021: WHO
12/18/2020 - FDA pushes back on Trump tweet suggesting Moderna's Covid vaccine won emergency-use approval
12/18/2020 - Congress struggles to seal final Covid relief, funding deal with shutdown hours away
12/18/2020 - Pelosi and McConnell will receive Covid vaccine as soon as shots are reserved for top officials
12/18/2020 - Last-minute fight over the Fed's lending powers is hampering Covid stimulus deal
12/18/2020 - December is shaping up to be the Covid pandemic's deadliest month yet in the U.S.
12/18/2020 - Did France's Emmanuel Macron break his own Covid rules?
12/18/2020 - Trump Wishes Emmanuel Macron "Speedy Recovery" From Covid: White House
12/18/2020 - HHS releases sweeping new report on U.S. Covid outbreak in move toward transparency
12/18/2020 - Covid: The countries worried they won't get the vaccine
12/18/2020 - FDA approves second Covid vaccine for emergency use as it clears Moderna's for U.S. distribution
12/18/2020 - Covid: US approves Moderna as second vaccine
12/18/2020 - Covid: Italy latest European country to order Christmas lockdown
12/18/2020 - After UK, South Africa Identifies New Covid Strain Causing Surge In Cases
12/19/2020 - Elizabeth Holmes' trial delayed as California's Covid cases surge
12/19/2020 - Switzerland Says Pfizer Covid Vaccine "Safe", Approves For Use
12/19/2020 - Covid: Chile's president Sebastián Pińera fined $3,500 for no-mask selfie
12/19/2020 - U.K. orders stricter Covid lockdown in London — 'We cannot proceed with Christmas as planned'
12/19/2020 - Moderna, Mckesson And US Army General Begin Rolling Out New Covid Vaccine
12/19/2020 - Coronavirus: Trump's Covid vaccine chief admits delivery mistake
12/19/2020 - Covid in Sydney: Victoria toughens border restrictions to curb outbreak
12/19/2020 - Covid vaccine: 'Disappearing' needles and other rumours debunked
12/19/2020 - Apple Temporarily Shuts 53 Stores In California, 16 In UK Amid Covid
12/19/2020 - In Close Contact With UK Officials On New Covid Variant: WHO
12/19/2020 - Covid: WHO in 'close contact' with UK over new variant
12/20/2020 - Covid: Belgium and Netherlands ban flights from UK over variant
12/20/2020 - CDC panel says frontline essential workers, people 75 years and older should get Covid vaccine next
12/20/2020 - Congress agrees to $900 billion Covid stimulus deal after months of failed negotiations
12/20/2020 - Boris Johnson To Chair Emergency Response Meet On Covid Travel, Freight
12/20/2020 - Covid: US reaches long awaited deal for coronavirus aid
12/20/2020 - Canada PM Justin Trudeau To Take Covid Shot In Public "When Turn Comes"
12/20/2020 - Covid: Australian states enforce travel bans amid Sydney outbreak
12/20/2020 - Covid stimulus is the most important for the U.S. economy right now, economist says
12/20/2020 - Covid: Thailand tests thousands after virus outbreak in seafood market
12/20/2020 - Covid: EU to discuss response to variant as travel bans on UK expand
12/21/2020 - Covid: Denmark to dig up millions of mink culled over virus
12/21/2020 - Like So Much Else, Visits With Santa Go Virtual Due To Covid
12/21/2020 - British pound falls as UK faces new Covid strain, deadlock on Brexit trade talks
12/21/2020 - ‘Out of control’ Covid strain makes UK a global pariah as countries impose travel bans
12/21/2020 - UK Cut Off From Europe Over Fears About New Covid Strain
12/21/2020 - Covid vaccines expected to protect against new strains of the virus, U.S. doctor says
12/21/2020 - "Sick Man Of Europe": UK Cut Off Over Fears About New Covid Strain
12/21/2020 - Interpol Expects "Dramatic" Jump In Crime Over Covid Vaccine Shipments
12/21/2020 - As covid cases spike in Tennessee, health department warns Christmas surge ‘will completely break our hospitals’
12/21/2020 - Los Angeles Moves To Ration Healthcare If Covid Hospital Crisis Worsens
12/21/2020 - Sputnik Can Be "Highly Effective" Against New Covid Strain: Co-Developer
12/21/2020 - 18 million people in U.K. ordered to "stay at home" as new COVID strain emerges
12/21/2020 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb says new Covid strain 'will not slip past our vaccines very easily'
12/21/2020 - Covid relief bill includes about $8 billion for vaccine distribution
12/21/2020 - What we know about the new strain of COVID in the U.K.
12/21/2020 - Airline stocks slide as highly contagious Covid mutation in U.K. prompts travel restrictions
12/21/2020 - Cramer says he's not giving up on stocks despite the new Covid strain in the U.K.
12/21/2020 - House panel subpoenas HHS, CDC chiefs as investigation into Covid response intensifies
12/21/2020 - Covid: Regulator approves first vaccine for EU states
12/21/2020 - "3 Martini Lunch" Deduction, $600 Per Adult: What's In US' Covid Package
12/21/2020 - WHO says Covid is mutating at slower rate than flu as new strain in U.K. appears more contagious
12/21/2020 - White House kept airport Covid screeners in place despite known risk of infection, sources say
12/21/2020 - New Covid Variant In UK "Not Out Of Control": WHO
12/21/2020 - Joe Biden receives Covid vaccine on live television, encourages Americans to get inoculated
12/21/2020 - Covid: US President-elect Joe Biden gets vaccine live on TV
12/21/2020 - Biden gets Covid vaccine: 'Nothing to worry about'
12/21/2020 - U.S. plans to study allergic reactions from Pfizer's Covid vaccine
12/21/2020 - Covid: Wuhan scientist would 'welcome' visit probing lab leak theory
12/21/2020 - Nations ban travel with Britain over more infectious COVID strain
12/21/2020 - Covid: Thanksgiving the cause of a spike in US infections?
12/21/2020 - Nations ban travel with UK over more infectious COVID strain
12/21/2020 - House set to pass long-awaited Covid relief bill and government funding plan
12/21/2020 - Dozens of nations ban travel with Britain over more infectious COVID strain
12/21/2020 - ‘I think this is already in the U.S.,’ Dr. Scott Gottlieb says of new U.K. Covid strain
12/21/2020 - Sydney Covid cases drop amid record testing
12/22/2020 - Farmers’ protest could set back India’s economic recovery from Covid, says minister
12/22/2020 - WHO Europe To Convene Member States Over New Covid Variant
12/22/2020 - Covid economic recovery plans are an opportunity to tackle climate change
12/22/2020 - Covid: Vatican says coronavirus vaccines 'morally acceptable'
12/22/2020 - Several airlines in U.K. to test New York-bound fliers for COVID
12/22/2020 - Nations ban travel with UK over more infectious COVID strain
12/22/2020 - I jumped in the icy ocean, grateful for my sobriety — especially during covid
12/22/2020 - Sen. Warren pushes bill to expand free Covid testing for teachers, students and essential workers
12/22/2020 - Mayo Clinic CEO: Take the first Covid vaccine available, don't wait for a specific one
12/22/2020 - New Covid bill says workers overpaid in pandemic unemployment may not have to return extra money
12/22/2020 - 'I just don't buy the negativity' in markets — Cramer praises Covid stimulus as bridge to vaccine
12/22/2020 - Congress sets sites on climate change in Covid relief bill
12/22/2020 - CDC says new Covid strain in UK could already be circulating undetected in U.S.
12/22/2020 - New COVID strain in U.K. may be "already here" in U.S., doctors say
12/22/2020 - Adam Silver has to get NBA through one more season with Covid, but league could take off after that
12/22/2020 - 5 things to know about the new Covid strain spreading in the U.K.
12/22/2020 - Joe Biden says he will push for more stimulus checks in next Covid relief bill
12/22/2020 - Biden warns Covid vaccine won't stop deaths of 'tens of thousands' Americans in the months to come
12/22/2020 - Joe Biden Says Will Push Congress For Another Covid Relief Bill
12/22/2020 - Pfizer nears deal with U.S. government for more Covid vaccine doses, source says
12/22/2020 - Trump calls Covid relief bill unsuitable and demands Congress add bigger stimulus payments
12/22/2020 - Trump Rejects Covid Relief Bill, Calling It "A Disgrace"
12/22/2020 - Georgia teen jailed in Cayman Islands for violating COVID protocol
12/22/2020 - "My Second Life": US Nurse Walks Out Of Hospital After 8-Month Covid Ordeal
12/22/2020 - Donald Trump Rejects Covid Relief Bill, Calling It "A Disgrace"
12/23/2020 - 'All we can do is carry on': Brits describe life in lockdown as new Covid strain ruins holiday plans
12/23/2020 - WHO chief scientist warns against Covid complacency, says herd immunity unlikely until end-2021
12/23/2020 - Covid pandemic made low-wage workers essential, but hard-earned gains are fleeting
12/23/2020 - Pfizer to supply U.S. with 100 million more Covid shots by July
12/23/2020 - Another new variant of COVID is spreading rapidly in South Africa
12/23/2020 - Texas breaks from CDC guidelines in vaccinating elderly over police for next round of Covid shots
12/23/2020 - US Purchases Additional 100 Million Doses Of Pfizer Covid Vaccine
12/23/2020 - UK Announces Travel Restrictions On South Africa Over New Covid Strain
12/23/2020 - Trump's attack on Covid relief bill could lead to government shutdown, lapse in unemployment aid
12/23/2020 - Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine Submitted For UK Approval
12/23/2020 - Britain, Swiss Firm Say Covid Tests Can Detect Mutant Virus Strain
12/23/2020 - "Umbrella Of Protection" Against Covid By Next Summer: Top US Expert
12/23/2020 - Covid vaccine distribution has been slower than U.S. officials thought it would be
12/23/2020 - U.K. imposes stricter lockdown for millions due to new COVID strain
12/23/2020 - New warnings of a Covid ‘Christmas wave and New Year’s wave in January’
12/23/2020 - Chinese Covid Vaccine "Reached Efficacy Threshold": Brazil Institute
12/23/2020 - Moderna Expects Its Covid Vaccine To Protect Against UK Virus Variant
12/23/2020 - Airline fires pilot blamed for Taiwan's first Covid case in months
12/24/2020 - California man 'kills fellow Covid patient with oxygen tank'
12/24/2020 - Covid changed shopping forever. Here's what it means for your favorite stores
12/24/2020 - Trump hurts struggling Americans by delaying Covid relief bill, GOP congressman says
12/24/2020 - Testing delays, staff shortages impede distribution of Covid treatment used by Trump
12/24/2020 - Millions will lose jobless benefits in days as Covid relief bill hangs in limbo
12/24/2020 - US parties wrangle in Congress after Trump shuns Covid stimulus bill
12/24/2020 - Independent theaters and arts venues among many left hanging as Trump threatens Covid relief bill
12/24/2020 - Trump's threat to veto $900 billion Covid relief bill puts major climate legislation at risk
12/24/2020 - Trump's veto threat of Covid relief bill is holding up $9 billion in state vaccine funding
12/24/2020 - Congress sends Covid relief bill to Trump, but it's not clear whether he will sign it
12/24/2020 - Black US doctor dies of Covid alleging racist hospital care
12/24/2020 - Covid resurgence in some parts of Asia could threaten the region's economic recovery
12/24/2020 - Covid: Mexico, Chile and Costa Rica begin mass vaccination
12/24/2020 - U.S. to require people flying from the UK to test negative for Covid, CDC says
12/25/2020 - South Africa Rejects Claim Its Covid Variant Dangerous Than UK Strain
12/25/2020 - Pope Francis Urges Covid "Vaccines For All" In Christmas Message
12/25/2020 - In Christmas message curbed by Covid, pope calls on nations to share vaccines
12/25/2020 - Covid: Millions of Americans face unemployment benefits lapse
12/25/2020 - Tech was ahead of Covid curve at every stage, but it couldn't bring the rest of us along
12/25/2020 - In very different Christmas messages, Biden discusses Covid and Trump barely makes reference
12/25/2020 - Trump again calls for $2,000 checks as Covid aid bill remains in flux
12/25/2020 - US Doctor Has Severe Allergic Reaction To Moderna Covid Vaccine: Report
12/25/2020 - South Korea, hailed as early COVID success, sees spike in cases
12/26/2020 - European Union Begins Covid Vaccine Rollout As New Virus Strain Spreads
12/26/2020 - Trump Refuses To Sign Covid Aid Bill, Millions To Lose Jobless Benefits
12/26/2020 - South Korea, hailed as early COVID success, sees spike in cases
12/26/2020 - Coronavirus: More cases of new Covid variant found in Europe
12/26/2020 - UK Scientists Trial Instant Immunity Antibody Drug Treatment For Covid
12/26/2020 - U.K. hit with worst recession in 300 years amid COVID surge
12/26/2020 - Chinese economy to overtake US 'by 2028' due to Covid
12/26/2020 - Covid: Biden urges Trump to sign coronavirus bill into law
12/26/2020 - WHO Wuhan Probe Not Looking For Covid "Guilty" Parties
12/26/2020 - Covid in the classroom: How the pandemic changed these three teachers' lives
12/26/2020 - Coronavirus: What has Covid done for climate crisis?
12/26/2020 - Covid, Pandemic And Lockdown: How 2020 Changed The World
12/26/2020 - Europe Begins Covid Vaccine Rollout Amid Fear Of New Virus Strain
12/26/2020 - 7 Killed In Fire At Egypt Hospital Treating Covid Patients: Report
12/26/2020 - Covid: EU launches mass vaccination in 'touching moment of unity'
12/27/2020 - EU administers first Covid vaccine doses in long-awaited rollout
12/27/2020 - Fauci warns of post-Christmas surge in Covid infections
12/27/2020 - US Covid Outbreak May Worsen After Holidays, Says Top Scientist
12/27/2020 - Despite Hi-Tech Advances, Many Europeans Wary Of Taking Covid Shot
12/27/2020 - Covid: South Africa passes one million infections as cases surge
12/27/2020 - Trump Promises "Good News" On Covid Relief As Millions Lose Benefits
12/27/2020 - Trump signs Covid relief and government funding bill days after he suggested he would block it
12/27/2020 - Covid: Trump signs relief and spending package into law
12/27/2020 - After A Week's Delay, Trump Signs $900 Billion Covid Relief Bill
12/28/2020 - Chinese citizen journalist sentenced for reporting early on COVID
12/28/2020 - US Treasury yields rise after Trump signs Covid relief bill
12/28/2020 - UK expected to approve Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid vaccine this week
12/28/2020 - Novavax starts late-stage trial of Covid vaccine in U.S.
12/28/2020 - Biden will invoke Defense Production Act to boost Covid vaccine production, advisor says
12/28/2020 - House to vote on $2,000 stimulus checks after Trump signs Covid relief and funding bill
12/28/2020 - Covid: South Africa's Ramaphosa announces new restrictions as cases soar
12/28/2020 - Covid in prison: 'We should be treated like humans'
12/28/2020 - Coronavirus: Spain to keep registry of those who refuse Covid vaccine
12/28/2020 - India migrants: The tragedy of the tuk-tuk driver who fled Covid
12/28/2020 - Covid: US House votes to boost stimulus package payments
12/28/2020 - Sydney On Alert After Mystery Cases But New Covid Infections Remain Low
12/28/2020 - Coronavirus: India confirms six cases of new Covid variant
12/29/2020 - Covid: Sydney beach party sparks UK backpacker deportation threats
12/29/2020 - After Russia, Belarus Starts Covid Vaccination With Sputnik V
12/29/2020 - Russian Covid deaths three times the official toll
12/29/2020 - U.S. starts COVID vaccinations of its military personnel in S. Korea
12/29/2020 - U.S. starts COVID vaccinations of its military personnel in S. Korea
12/29/2020 - Covid is making it harder to get into college, depending on where you apply
12/29/2020 - Russia's COVID deaths much higher than previously reported
12/29/2020 - 14 million Americans likely won't miss a week of unemployment benefits, despite Covid bill delay
12/29/2020 - U.S. likely to fall short of goal to vaccinate 20 million people against Covid before end of year
12/29/2020 - Algerian President Tebboune returns after Covid treatment in Germany
12/29/2020 - 2020 had a chance to break box office records, but Covid caused lowest haul in decades
12/29/2020 - U.S. confirms first case of the new Covid strain discovered in UK
12/29/2020 - The U.S. needs to vaccinate 3 million people per day to hit Covid vaccination goal, doctor says
12/29/2020 - Louisiana congressman-elect Luke Letlow dies after Covid diagnosis
12/29/2020 - Covid: Sydney announces new restrictions ahead of New Year
12/29/2020 - Luke Letlow: Newly-elected US lawmaker, 41, dies from Covid
12/30/2020 - Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid vaccine approved by UK regulator
12/30/2020 - AstraZeneca-Oxford Covid Vaccine Cleared By UK As It Fights Mutant Virus
12/30/2020 - U.K. approves Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID vaccine for emergency use
12/30/2020 - U.K. approves emergency use of Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID vaccine
12/30/2020 - Trump blames states as he faces criticism for slow Covid vaccine rollout
12/30/2020 - UK to impose tougher restrictions on millions of people as Covid cases soar
12/30/2020 - CDC says new Covid strain in U.S. could further stress 'already heavily burdened' hospitals
12/30/2020 - Argentina Approves AstraZeneca-Oxford Covid Vaccine
12/30/2020 - Operation Warp Speed chief says Covid vaccine distribution 'should be better' as U.S. misses goal
12/30/2020 - Colorado health officials are investigating a second suspected case of new Covid strain
12/30/2020 - California has identified first case of new Covid strain identified in UK, Newsom says
12/30/2020 - Covid: France mobilises 100,000 police to stop New Year's Eve gatherings
12/30/2020 - Oxford researcher confident Covid vaccines can be adapted to protect against future virus strains
12/30/2020 - WHO, Marking Year Since Covid Began, Urges Fair Vaccine Distribution
12/30/2020 - China Is Making It Harder To Solve The Mystery Of How Covid Began
12/31/2020 - Covid: Pandemic dampens New Year celebrations around the world
12/31/2020 - New York City wants to vaccinate 1 million residents against Covid in January, Mayor de Blasio says
12/31/2020 - US Covid Vaccinations Falling Far Short Of 20 Million Year End Target
12/31/2020 - Poor countries could be left behind in COVID vaccine distribution
12/31/2020 - Dr. Fauci says slow Covid vaccine rollout has been 'disappointing'
12/31/2020 - Israel says it has vaccinated 7% of its population against Covid, it's less than 1% in U.S.
12/31/2020 - West Virginia mistakenly gives 42 people Regeneron IV Covid treatment instead of vaccine shot
12/31/2020 - Trump boasts about his Covid response after largely ignoring crisis during deadliest month yet
12/31/2020 - GOP Sen. Purdue quarantines over possible Covid exposure, days before Georgia election runoff
12/31/2020 - WHO Grants "Emergency Validation" To Pfizer Covid Vaccine
12/31/2020 - Doctors criticize UK health officials for changing Pfizer Covid vaccine plan
01/01/2021 - BioNtech Founders Warn Of Covid Vaccine Supply Gaps: Report
01/01/2021 - U.S. airline 2020 losses expected to top $35 billion in Covid pandemic
01/01/2021 - UK Reactivates Emergency Covid Hospitals, Closes London Primary Schools
01/01/2021 - 2,500 Attend Illegal New Year Rave In France Despite Covid Restrictions
01/01/2021 - Pfizer And BioNtech To Offer Covid Vaccine To Volunteers Who Got Placebo
01/02/2021 - Plane crash deaths rise in 2020 despite Covid pandemic
01/02/2021 - Hundreds Charged For Covid Violations During Mass French New Year Party
01/02/2021 - Nurse In Italy Proposes Girlfriend Using His Covid Gown
01/02/2021 - More cases of new Covid variant found in the U.S., threatening to worsen nation's outbreak
01/02/2021 - Mexican Doctor Hospitalised After Receiving Pfizer Covid Vaccine
01/02/2021 - Covid: How the war on the virus attacked freedom in Asia
01/02/2021 - Over 1,200 Charged For Covid Violations As Illegal French Rave Ends
01/02/2021 - Veteran US broadcaster Larry King 'hospitalised with Covid'
01/02/2021 - Over 4.2 Million Administered With Covid Vaccine In US: Top Health Body
01/02/2021 - US Reports 277,000 Covid Cases In 24 hours, A New Record
01/03/2021 - India approves AstraZeneca and local Covid vaccines, rollout expected within weeks
01/03/2021 - Global community outpaces U.S. in administering new COVID vaccine
01/03/2021 - Edinburgh's giant pandas may 'return to China' over Covid losses
01/03/2021 - U.S. could ramp up slow Covid vaccine rollout by giving two half volume doses of Moderna shot
01/03/2021 - Covid: Sweden official defends Christmas trip to Canary Islands
01/03/2021 - Top Scientist Rejects Trump Claim That US Covid Deaths Overcounted
01/03/2021 - U.S. air travel hits pandemic high over New Year's holiday amid surging Covid outbreak
01/03/2021 - Covid exercise: 'I'll never go back to the gym again'
01/03/2021 - Covid pandemic sends Singapore's economy to its worst ever recession in 2020
01/03/2021 - Covaxin: Concern over 'rushed' approval for India Covid jab
01/04/2021 - UK rolls out Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine as it battles against Covid surge
01/04/2021 - U.K. puts Oxford vaccine into action as COVID spreads fast
01/04/2021 - Vaccines May Not Work On South African Covid Variant, Say UK Scientists
01/04/2021 - Covid variant in South Africa is 'more of a problem' than UK's, official says
01/04/2021 - A year since Covid first emerged in China, the world battles its deadliest surge in cases yet
01/04/2021 - Moderna increases minimum 2021 Covid vaccine production by 20% to 600 million doses
01/04/2021 - Home prices are rising faster in the middle of the U.S. as Covid drives people away from coasts
01/04/2021 - Bulgaria Reports 4 Cases Of Side Effects From Pfizer Covid Vaccine
01/04/2021 - COVID vaccines "might not" work as well on South African strain
01/04/2021 - What We Do And Don't Know About New Covid Mutations
01/04/2021 - No Evidence Vaccine Will Protect Against Covid If Shot Delayed: BioNTech
01/04/2021 - COVID vaccines "might not" work as well on South African strain
01/04/2021 - British Prime Minister Johnson imposes national lockdown on England to combat new Covid variant
01/04/2021 - New York Gov. Cuomo confirms state's first case of new Covid strain initially found in UK
01/04/2021 - 6,561 metal flowers: One man's Covid tribute
01/04/2021 - Covid: Japan's top sumo wrestler infected with coronavirus
01/04/2021 - Singapore Covid tracing data available to police
01/05/2021 - "Premature" To Change Authorized Covid Vaccines Dosing: US Drug Regulator
01/05/2021 - Covid Vaccines Speedy Distribution Major Challenge For World: WHO Experts
01/05/2021 - New Variant Of COVID Present In Paris: Head Of Paris Hospitals System
01/05/2021 - Coronavirus: India to export Covid vaccines 'within weeks'
01/05/2021 - GasBuddy expects recovery in fuel spending in U.S. after Covid caused $100 billion decline
01/05/2021 - More new Covid strains likely to arrive in U.S., epidemiologist says
01/05/2021 - Covid: LA ambulances told not to transport some patients to hospital
01/05/2021 - Covid travel: Why Instagram is still full of celebrities 'on holiday'
01/05/2021 - Amid New Covid Strain Fear, UK Reports Over 60,000 Cases For First Time
01/05/2021 - WHO Recommends 2 Doses Of Pfizer Covid Vaccine Within 21-28 Days
01/05/2021 - Snowflake CEO says Covid has shown old approach to working at the office is 'nonsense'
01/05/2021 - Covid: WHO team investigating virus origins denied entry to China
01/06/2021 - Covid pandemic could bring 'a lost decade' of economic growth, World Bank says
01/06/2021 - Covid variant found in South Africa is worrying experts: Here's what we know so far
01/06/2021 - EU Regulator Approves Moderna Covid Vaccine: Report
01/06/2021 - European regulator approves Moderna Covid vaccine for use in the EU
01/06/2021 - ''Misunderstanding'', Says China On WHO's Rebuke For Delaying Covid Team
01/06/2021 - CVS says it expects to finish first round of Covid vaccines in nursing homes by Jan. 25
01/06/2021 - China clamps down on city of 11 million in bid to quash COVID cluster
01/06/2021 - Ford's U.S. sales fell 15.6% in 2020 due to Covid and F-150 availability
01/06/2021 - The Covid vaccine's long journey: How doses get from the manufacturing plant to your arm
01/06/2021 - After Pfizer, European Union Authorises Moderna Covid Vaccine
01/06/2021 - UK Records Over 1,000 Daily Covid Deaths, Highest Since April
01/06/2021 - HHS secretary recommends states open Covid vaccinations to older Americans, vulnerable groups
01/06/2021 - CDC says severe allergic reactions to Covid vaccine run 10 times the flu shot, but still rare
01/06/2021 - All You Need To Know About Switching, Spacing Covid Vaccine Doses
01/06/2021 - Streets of Beijing back to life after Covid
01/07/2021 - WHO Europe Calls For Intensified Measures Over "Alarming" Covid Variant
01/07/2021 - Japan Declares State Of Emergency In Tokyo Area Amid Surge In Covid Cases
01/07/2021 - WHO Europe Urges "Safe Compromise" On Timing Of Covid Vaccine Doses
01/07/2021 - A record number of people died from Covid the last two days in America as rioters stormed Capitol
01/07/2021 - Covid: China places 11m under lockdown after outbreak in northern city
01/07/2021 - Covid Vaccine Delivery To Low Income Countries May Start This Month: WHO
01/07/2021 - LA County hospitals forced to make 'tough decisions' as Covid kills someone about every 15 minutes
01/07/2021 - Covid: WHO urges tougher measures to curb 'alarming' variant
01/07/2021 - Covid: Brisbane to enter three-day lockdown over single infection
01/07/2021 - Covid: The challenge in speeding up France's vaccination drive
01/07/2021 - US Sets New Record With Nearly 4,000 Covid Deaths In One Day: Report
01/07/2021 - Wuhan Covid Infections 3 Times Higher Than Official Figure: China Study
01/07/2021 - These sectors are set to do well in 2021 if India can avoid a second wave of Covid
01/08/2021 - Israel's Covid vaccine rollout is the fastest in the world. Here are some lessons for the rest of us
01/08/2021 - UK Approves Moderna's COVID Vaccine, To Purchase Another 10 Million Doses
01/08/2021 - And then there were three: U.K. approves Moderna's COVID vaccine
01/08/2021 - 1 in 30 Londoners has Covid as city mayor declares a major incident
01/08/2021 - U.S. reports more than 4,000 Covid deaths for first time as outbreak grows worse than ever
01/08/2021 - "1 In 30 Now Has Covid": London Mayor Declares 'Major Incident'
01/08/2021 - France Approves Moderna's Covid Vaccine For Adults
01/08/2021 - Australia locks down entire city over 1 case of new COVID variant
01/08/2021 - FDA chief encourages states to open Covid vaccines to older Americans, other groups
01/08/2021 - Stop Making Bilateral Covid Vaccine Deals: WHO Urges Countries
01/08/2021 - Biden plans to release more Covid vaccine doses in break from Trump administration policy
01/08/2021 - White House Covid task force warns of possible new 'USA variant' driving spread
01/08/2021 - Covid: Locked-down women turn to pills amid Malta abortion ban
01/08/2021 - Killer Fungus Spread Rampantly At US Hospital Covid Ward: Study
01/08/2021 - Covid symptoms can linger at least 6 months, Wuhan study finds
01/09/2021 - China To Provide Covid Vaccines Free Of Charge To Its Citizens: Official
01/09/2021 - China Says "Ready" For WHO Experts On Mission To Probe Covid Origins
01/09/2021 - Most Hospitalised Covid Patients Have At Least One Symptom After 6 Months
01/09/2021 - Foreign Firms Not Allowed To Test Covid Vaccines On Iranians: President
01/09/2021 - UK Rolls Out "Act Like You've Got It" Drive Amid "Alarming" Covid Spike
01/09/2021 - UK's Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip Receive Covid Vaccinations
01/09/2021 - Covid killing nearly 3,000 in U.S. every day as CDC warns of 'surge event' from Capitol riots
01/10/2021 - Covid vaccinations offer CVS, Walgreens and Rite Aid a chance to showcase updated drugstores
01/10/2021 - New Covid Variant Found In Travellers From Brazil: Japan Government
01/10/2021 - WHO Team Probing Covid Origin To Visit China On Thursday
01/11/2021 - Wall Street analysts are cautiously optimistic on J&J's 'one-dose' Covid vaccine
01/11/2021 - UK Ramps Up Covid Vaccinations As It Faces "Worst Weeks" Of Pandemic
01/11/2021 - Single Dose Covid Vaccine Candidate Produces Immunity In Mice: Study
01/11/2021 - Japan has found a new Covid variant. Here's how it compares to virus strains in the UK, South Africa
01/11/2021 - Most Japanese say postpone or cancel the Olympics as COVID surges
01/11/2021 - Indonesia Approves China's Sinovac Covid Vaccine Amid Rise In Infections
01/11/2021 - Gilead CEO expects remdesivir to effectively treat Covid strains found in UK, South Africa
01/11/2021 - Not Looking For Someone To "Blame", Says WHO Over Covid Probe In China
01/11/2021 - Moderna doesn't expect Covid vaccine data for young children until 2022, CEO says
01/11/2021 - Which Covid vaccine is better? Pfizer v Oxford v Moderna
01/11/2021 - Japan's Chugai soars 7% after UK says its drug reduces hospital time for Covid patients
01/12/2021 - Coronavirus mutations: Here are the major Covid strains we know about
01/12/2021 - Two US Lawmakers Test Positive For Covid After Capitol Attack
01/12/2021 - Trump administration to expand Covid vaccination guidelines to everyone 65 and older
01/12/2021 - Man dies after judge forces clinic to use unproven COVID treatment
01/12/2021 - Husband on leash breached Quebec's Covid curfew
01/12/2021 - U.S. to change Covid vaccine allocation to favor states that quickly administer shots
01/12/2021 - Covid: Three Democratic lawmakers test positive after Capitol riot
01/12/2021 - Air Passengers Entering US Will Need Covid Negative Test, Says Official
01/12/2021 - China Covid Shot Has 4 Wildly Different Efficacy Rates, Fuels Skepticism
01/13/2021 - France's vaccine-skepticism is making its Covid immunization drive much harder
01/13/2021 - What we know about the spread of Covid among children — and whether closing schools reduces the risk
01/13/2021 - UK Covid Strain Now In 50 Countries, South African Variant In 20: WHO
01/13/2021 - "No Limit": WHO Team Member On Month-Long Mission To Probe Covid Origins
01/13/2021 - Ohio researchers say they've identified two new Covid strains likely originating in the U.S.
01/13/2021 - Brazilian Clinics To Buy Bharat Biotech's Covid Vaccine Pending Approval
01/13/2021 - U.S. Covid deaths reach another record as researchers find two new variants in Ohio
01/13/2021 - Biden to unveil new Covid stimulus plan, hopes for bipartisan support
01/13/2021 - J&J's one-shot Covid vaccine is safe and generates promising immune response in early trial
01/13/2021 - Covid: WHO team probing origin of virus arrives in China
01/13/2021 - China Reports First Covid Death In 8 Months As WHO Huddles On New Strains
01/14/2021 - India to kick off one of the world's largest Covid vaccination drives this weekend
01/14/2021 - 2 Members Of WHO Team To Wuhan Held Back After Testing Covid Positive
01/14/2021 - Covid infection provides some immunity for at least five months, UK study finds
01/14/2021 - Italy political crisis erupts over EU Covid spending
01/14/2021 - India's Kumbh Mela festival begins amid Covid concerns
01/14/2021 - Covid contraction shrinks German economy by 5%
01/14/2021 - Covid Infection Gives Some Immunity, But Virus Can Still Be Spread: Study
01/14/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb warns Covid vaccine recipients against letting their guards down right away
01/14/2021 - Microsoft, Salesforce and Oracle back plan to develop a digital Covid vaccination passport
01/14/2021 - Pope Francis, predecessor Benedict, get a 1st shot of COVID vaccine
01/14/2021 - Even with majorities in Congress, Biden faces a hard time getting his Covid relief bill passed
01/14/2021 - Past COVID infection provides at least 5 months of immunity, study shows
01/14/2021 - Biden Covid advisor says plan to release most vaccine doses won't cause shortage of second shots
01/14/2021 - Joe Biden just released his $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan – here's what's in it
01/14/2021 - Biden unveils sweeping plan to combat the Covid pandemic in the U.S.
01/15/2021 - Israel is launching Covid immunity passports. Here's what they allow you to do
01/15/2021 - Nepal Approves AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine For Emergency Use
01/15/2021 - UK Man Offers Millions In Covid Relief To Search Dump For Bitcoin Bounty
01/15/2021 - U.S. health officials push hospitals to administer unused Covid antibody drugs
01/15/2021 - Pfizer to temporarily reduce Covid vaccine deliveries to Europe
01/15/2021 - How Covid accelerated the rise of ghost kitchens
01/15/2021 - How much do people around the world trust the COVID vaccines?
01/15/2021 - New Covid variant first found in U.K. could become dominant strain in U.S. by March, CDC says
01/15/2021 - Biden to deploy FEMA, National Guard to set up Covid vaccine clinics across the U.S.
01/15/2021 - Covid in California: The state is struggling to contain the virus
01/15/2021 - India to begin first round of massive Covid vaccination programme
01/15/2021 - UN Head Warns Of "Vaccinationalism" As Global Covid Deaths Pass 2 Million
01/15/2021 - Covid: UK variant could drive 'rapid growth' in US cases, CDC warns
01/15/2021 - China Honours "Bat Woman" As WHO Team Arrives To Probe Covid Origins
01/16/2021 - How much do people around the world trust the COVID vaccines?
01/16/2021 - Italians pay it forward by collecting donations for COVID tests
01/16/2021 - Joe Biden To Sign Inauguration Day Orders On Covid, Economy, Says Aide
01/17/2021 - Gene-Mapping Champion Iceland Leads The Way In Covid Sequencing
01/17/2021 - Biden CDC pick confident there's enough Covid vaccine to meet target amid confusion over stockpile
01/17/2021 - Brazil Authorises Emergency Use Of 2 Vaccines As Covid Enters Second Wave
01/17/2021 - Covid: Brazil approves and rolls out AstraZeneca and Sinovac vaccines
01/17/2021 - Covid Concerns, No Trump: Biden Inauguration Will Be Like No Other
01/18/2021 - Aditya Singh: Man found 'living in airport for three months' over Covid fears
01/18/2021 - UK Expands Covid Vaccination Campaign To Cover People Over Age Of 70
01/18/2021 - WHO chief rips COVID vaccine inequalities: "It's not right"
01/18/2021 - India To Provide Covid Vaccines For Free, Says Bhutan PM
01/18/2021 - New York Gov. Cuomo asks to buy Covid vaccine directly from Pfizer amid dose shortages
01/18/2021 - Covid vaccine: WHO warns of 'catastrophic moral failure'
01/18/2021 - Biden Covid advisor challenges Cuomo's letter to buy vaccine directly from Pfizer
01/19/2021 - Germany discovers new Covid mutation among 35 hospital patients
01/19/2021 - IEA cuts 2021 oil demand outlook as new Covid lockdowns weigh on fuel sales
01/19/2021 - China's "Strive To Do Better" Response To Criticism Over Covid Handling
01/19/2021 - UK Health Minister Self-Isolating After Covid App Alert
01/19/2021 - Britains Sets New Grim Record With 1,610 Covid Deaths In 24 Hours
01/19/2021 - "Remember All We Lost": Biden Leads Tribute To 4,00,000 Covid Deaths
01/19/2021 - DOJ will not charge GOP Sen. Burr for stock trades he made after getting Covid intelligence
01/20/2021 - Pfizer Vaccine Likely To Protect Against UK Covid Variant: Study
01/20/2021 - Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine found to be effective against Covid variant discovered in the UK
01/20/2021 - Study shows U.K. COVID variant unlikely to "escape" Pfizer vaccine
01/20/2021 - Tunisia youths warned over riots amid Covid curfew
01/20/2021 - Should COVID vaccination restore "basic rights" to avoid lockdowns?
01/20/2021 - Covid: Israel vaccine fears 'out of context and inaccurate'
01/20/2021 - Biden's $1.9 Trillion Covid Package "To Give People Relief They Need"
01/21/2021 - US' "Toughest" Period As Covid Deaths Cross World War II Troop Casualties
01/21/2021 - Biden to sign 10 executive orders to combat Covid pandemic; invoke Defense Production Act
01/21/2021 - Dr. Fauci says U.S. will remain a WHO member and join global Covid vaccine plan
01/21/2021 - China locks down millions in race to contain a COVID surge
01/21/2021 - European Central Bank says it 'stands ready' to act as Covid infections continue to rise
01/21/2021 - Scientist-investor Elad Gil is making a big bet that business travel will rebound after Covid
01/21/2021 - Biden to sign 10 executive orders to tackle Covid
01/21/2021 - Deadly fire at Indian super-plant cranking out Oxford's COVID vaccine
01/21/2021 - Americans grow more optimistic about Covid but blame feds for rocky vaccine rollout, NBC poll says
01/21/2021 - Sluggish Covid vaccine rollout threatens Wall Street's rosy outlook
01/21/2021 - A year into the Covid crisis, scientists explain what we learned — and what we got wrong
01/21/2021 - Biden is already facing pressure to scale back his $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan
01/21/2021 - Quarantine, Wider Mask Mandate: Joe Biden Signs Raft Of Covid Orders
01/21/2021 - Dr. Fauci says Covid vaccines appear to be less effective against some new strains
01/21/2021 - Biden administration is trying to figure out what's delaying Covid vaccine shots, CDC says
01/21/2021 - Fauci underscores Biden's commitment to WHO and its COVID fight
01/21/2021 - Manaus: Brazil's city on the Amazon river buckles under second Covid wave
01/21/2021 - Wuhan anniversary: How China tackled its Covid pandemic
01/21/2021 - Amazon will open pop-up Covid vaccine clinic in Seattle
01/21/2021 - Paula Badosa: Australian Open player 'sorry' after revealing she has Covid
01/22/2021 - A Sick Couple Rushed To Marry In Covid Ward
01/22/2021 - Euro zone business activity shrinks again as new Covid strains lead to more lockdowns
01/22/2021 - Biden to sign executive orders to boost food benefits, workers' rights as part of Covid relief push
01/22/2021 - UK doctors have advice for the U.S. on fighting the new Covid strain
01/22/2021 - Hong Kong To Impose First Covid Lockdown On Virus-Hit District: Report
01/22/2021 - Walmart expands vaccinations in a boost to the U.S. Covid prevention program
01/22/2021 - South Africa strain highly resistant to antibodies from original COVID
01/22/2021 - United Airlines CEO wants to make Covid vaccines mandatory for the company's employees
01/22/2021 - Boris Johnson says some evidence new Covid variant in the UK may be more deadly
01/22/2021 - French Indian Ocean Territory To Keep Covid Shots At Secret Location
01/22/2021 - U.K. officials say COVID variant appears more deadly than original
01/22/2021 - Pfizer to supply up to 40 million Covid vaccine doses to WHO global Covid immunization program
01/22/2021 - Pfizer to supply up to 40 million Covid vaccine doses to WHO global Covid immunization program
01/22/2021 - CDC quietly changes Covid vaccine guidance to OK mixing shots in 'exceptional situations'
01/22/2021 - New York state is running 1,000 genome tests per week to look for new Covid variants
01/22/2021 - Biden says nothing can change the trajectory of the Covid pandemic over the next several months
01/22/2021 - Pfizer says its Covid vaccine trial for kids ages 12 to 15 is fully enrolled
01/22/2021 - Covid hand-outs: How different countries pay if you are sick
01/22/2021 - Rémy Julienne: Stunt king to the stars who fell to Covid
01/23/2021 - Hong Kong Locks Down 10,000 For Mandatory Covid Testing
01/23/2021 - US Talk Show Host Larry King Dies Weeks After Testing Positive For Covid
01/23/2021 - Sri Lanka Minister who promoted 'Covid syrup' tests positive
01/23/2021 - Biden claims his $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan will cut child poverty in half — here's how
01/23/2021 - Wuhan returns to normal as world still battles deadly Covid pandemic
01/23/2021 - Covid: Italian PM brands vaccine delay 'unacceptable'
01/23/2021 - South African Priests Accused Of Overcharging For Covid Victims' Funerals
01/23/2021 - Immune System Of Patients After Covid Recovery May Fight Variants: Study
01/24/2021 - Covid: New Zealand reports first case in the community in months
01/24/2021 - Vaccinated People May Still Transmit Covid, Warns England's Chief Medic
01/24/2021 - Companies are racing to build digital passports for people to prove they've had the Covid vaccine
01/24/2021 - White House says U.S. states can't directly purchase Covid vaccine under emergency use authorization
01/24/2021 - U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson warns new COVID variant is more deadly
01/24/2021 - The U.S. is racing to adapt against new Covid strains, says Biden surgeon general pick
01/24/2021 - Birx says someone was giving Trump 'parallel data' about Covid pandemic
01/24/2021 - Protests Against Covid Lockdown In Netherlands Lead To Clashes With Cops
01/24/2021 - Covid: Israel vaccinates 16 to 18-year-olds ahead of exams
01/24/2021 - China surpasses U.S. as largest recipient of foreign direct investment during Covid pandemic
01/24/2021 - Spanish Woman Who "Died" Of Covid Returns Home 10 Days Later: Report
01/24/2021 - As Covid Ravaged World, Billionaires Got Richer By $3.9 Billion: Oxfam
01/24/2021 - Paris Says Biden, Emmanuel Macron In Agreement On Covid, Climate Change
01/24/2021 - Covid: Police and protesters clash during Dutch curfew demo
01/24/2021 - CDC director says federal government does not know how much Covid vaccine the U.S. has
01/25/2021 - Google Opening Up Its Spaces In US For Covid Vaccination: Sundar Pichai
01/25/2021 - Food shortages, sacked officials: What happened when one Chinese city shut down after a Covid outbreak
01/25/2021 - New Zealand's 1st COVID case in months is variant from South Africa
01/25/2021 - Covid: Dutch PM Mark Rutte condemns curfew riots as 'criminal violence'
01/25/2021 - Merck ends Covid vaccine program, citing inferior immune responses
01/25/2021 - Budweiser will sit out Super Bowl to fund ads aimed at boosting Covid vaccine awareness
01/25/2021 - Covid Cost 4 Times More Jobs Than 2009 Financial Crisis: UN
01/25/2021 - US Giant Merck Ends Covid Vaccine After Poor Response
01/25/2021 - Covid vaccines - how will poor countries get them?
01/25/2021 - Moderna says it's working on Covid booster shot for variant in South Africa
01/25/2021 - Moderna Says Covid Vaccine Effective Against UK, South Africa Variants
01/25/2021 - German Politician Played Candy Crush During Covid Meeting, Faces Backlash
01/25/2021 - Moderna says COVID vaccine should work on U.K., South Africa strains
01/25/2021 - Covid Far From Over, But Winter Can't Stop Arrival Of Spring: Xi Jinping
01/25/2021 - 450-Year-Old Oxford Pub Visited By Literary Greats Shuts Down Amid Covid
01/25/2021 - Pfizer board member Gottlieb defends change to ship fewer Covid vaccine vials
01/25/2021 - 800-year-old cathedral is now a mass COVID vaccination site
01/25/2021 - Covid: Facebook suspends Israel PM Netanyahu's chatbot
01/25/2021 - California lifts statewide Covid stay-at-home order, allowing restaurants to reopen
01/25/2021 - US "Well On" Way To Covid Herd Immunity By Summer: Joe Biden
01/25/2021 - Minnesota confirms first known U.S. case of more contagious Covid variant originally found in Brazil
01/25/2021 - Covid: Curfew riots hit Netherlands for third night
01/25/2021 - Biden adds South Africa to Covid travel bans
01/25/2021 - President Joe Biden targets 1.5 million Covid vaccinations a day, up from 1 million
01/25/2021 - Covid Vaccine Divide Between Rich And Poor Nations Worsening, Warns WHO
01/25/2021 - Covid vaccines: Why some countries will have to wait until 2022
01/25/2021 - Covid: The migrant helping Australia with modified masks
01/25/2021 - AstraZeneca Rejects "Incorrect" Reports On Covid Jab Efficacy In Elderly
01/25/2021 - Covid vaccines: Casino boss resigns after jumping queue
01/26/2021 - Australia Day: Thousands defy Covid rules in 'Invasion Day' protests
01/26/2021 - Covid Pandemic Could Last 4 To 5 Years: Singapore Minister
01/26/2021 - Is Dubai’s party over? Record Covid cases, countries raising barriers spark fears of a new lockdown
01/26/2021 - Covid Vaccine Firms "Must Deliver", Says EU Chief Amid Row Over Supplies
01/26/2021 - J&J beats fourth-quarter earnings expectations, will release Covid vaccine data 'soon'
01/26/2021 - Moderna Covid Shots Can Be Spaced Up To 6 Weeks: WHO
01/26/2021 - Iran Approves Russia's Sputnik V Covid Vaccine
01/26/2021 - Restaurants staged nimble responses to Covid's blows in 2020, but 6 years of growth were wiped away
01/26/2021 - Mexico and Caribbean beach resorts offer Covid tests for new U.S. travel requirements
01/26/2021 - IMF more upbeat on global economy, but warns new Covid variants could derail growth
01/26/2021 - Australian Open: Edouard Roger-Vasselin's Covid quarantine chain reaction machine
01/26/2021 - UK's Death Count From Covid Crosses One Lakh Mark
01/26/2021 - Covid: Curfew stays despite 'scum' riots in Dutch cities
01/26/2021 - One year after Covid in America: a financial snapshot
01/26/2021 - Enough Covid Vaccine For 300 Million Americans By End Of Summer: Official
01/26/2021 - California’s Governor Newsom eases Covid restrictions - why now?
01/26/2021 - Europe employs extreme measures to curb spread of mutant COVID strain
01/26/2021 - Covid: US pharmacist in vaccine tampering guilty plea
01/27/2021 - Relatives Of Covid Victims Say China Silencing Them As WHO Team Visits
01/27/2021 - China Begins Using Anal Swabs To Test Covid As Cases Surge
01/27/2021 - Nepal Begins Covid Inoculations With Indian Vaccine
01/27/2021 - Myanmar Launches Covid Vaccination Drive, Prioritises Healthcare Workers
01/27/2021 - India, China's Covid Vaccinations To Stretch To Late 2022: Study
01/27/2021 - UK Plant Making Covid Vaccines Partially Evacuated Over Suspicious Parcel
01/27/2021 - U.K. plant making COVID vaccine evacuated over suspicious package
01/27/2021 - Australia ignored WHO's border advice on COVID, and it worked
01/27/2021 - U.S. air travel falls to 6-month low as Covid infections, travel restrictions hinder recovery
01/27/2021 - Democrats prepare to pass Covid relief bill without Republican votes
01/27/2021 - UK Covid Variant In 70 Countries, South African Strain In 31: WHO
01/27/2021 - Hogging Covid vaccines endangers all nations, warns South Africa expert
01/27/2021 - Covid Australia: Queensland to reopen to Sydney after outbreak contained
01/27/2021 - This is Asia's top-performing economy in the Covid pandemic — it's not China
01/27/2021 - Dr. Fauci says Covid vaccines can be easily adapted to new variants, drugmakers working on boosters
01/27/2021 - AstraZeneca To Produce 90 Million Covid Vaccine Shots In Japan: Official
01/27/2021 - Covid: WHO probe team in China to come out of quarantine
01/28/2021 - Research finds singing in some languages could spread more COVID
01/28/2021 - WHO team finally gets to work in Wuhan tracing COVID's origin
01/28/2021 - Cuomo administration underreported nursing home Covid deaths by up to 50%, NY attorney general says
01/28/2021 - Paris police 'broke Covid curfew' at Macarena party
01/28/2021 - South Carolina health officials detect first-known U.S. Covid cases of more problematic variant from South Africa
01/28/2021 - Pelosi says House will take first step to passing Covid relief next week, with or without GOP
01/28/2021 - Novavax says Covid vaccine is more than 89% effective
01/28/2021 - Novavax Covid Jab Highly Effective, But Not Against South Africa Variant
01/28/2021 - Mexico Overtakes India, Now Has World's Third Most Covid Deaths
01/28/2021 - Most Pilots No Longer Flying For A Living; Covid Hits Flights Till 2024
01/29/2021 - Covid: AstraZeneca contract must be published, says European Commission chief
01/29/2021 - Pfizer Covid Vaccine Not Linked To Post-Jab Deaths: EU Regulator
01/29/2021 - Novavax offers 1st hopeful vaccine trial data vs. COVID variants
01/29/2021 - Covid: New Zealand quarantine hotel worker sacked after ‘inappropriate encounter’
01/29/2021 - Portugal tightens lockdown as Covid deaths surge
01/29/2021 - J&J says its Covid vaccine is 66% effective, but the single shot may fall short against variants
01/29/2021 - Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine Is 66% Effective
01/29/2021 - Novavax offers 1st hopeful vaccine trial data on COVID variants
01/29/2021 - Another consequence of Covid: Consumers have abandoned cash altogether
01/29/2021 - EU regulator authorizes use of Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID vaccine
01/29/2021 - US Covid Vaccine Hopeful Of Using Gates Foundation Cash For Human Trial
01/29/2021 - Airlines push back on potential Covid testing for domestic flights
01/29/2021 - As new Covid vaccines near U.S. debut, here's what you need to know
01/29/2021 - Moderna asks FDA to allow 5 extra doses per Covid vaccine vial to speed distribution: Source
01/29/2021 - UK Covid Strain To Become More Dominant In US By Early Spring: Top Expert
01/29/2021 - Covid: Argentina imposes new tax on wealthiest
01/29/2021 - AstraZeneca Hit By Covid Jab Delays And Disagreements In Europe
01/30/2021 - Covid, payday loans, student debt: 8 things Biden's consumer bureau may tackle
01/30/2021 - Maryland confirms case of South African Covid variant that's more infectious
01/30/2021 - Swedish Covid nurse to watch entire film festival alone in lighthouse
01/30/2021 - Lebanon ambulance driver: 'Hospitals can't take our Covid patients'
01/30/2021 - Covid: The pandemic's young widows and widowers
01/30/2021 - Jeff Bezos's Ex-Wife MacKenzie Gave Billions Of Dollars Amid Covid Crisis
01/31/2021 - Covid: Australian city of Perth goes into snap lockdown after guard tests positive
01/31/2021 - Covid: 'Lessons to be learnt' from NI vaccine row - Irish PM
01/31/2021 - Covid: Israel to transfer 5,000 vaccine doses to Palestinians
01/31/2021 - 10 Republican senators present Biden with smaller Covid stimulus proposal, call for compromise
01/31/2021 - Covid: Thousands attend Israel funeral for orthodox rabbi
01/31/2021 - COVID variant first detected in U.K. now in 50 countries
01/31/2021 - Former Biden Covid advisor says U.S. should prioritize first vaccine doses ahead of potential surge
01/31/2021 - Covid: EU and AstraZeneca in 'step forward' on vaccines
01/31/2021 - Chevron and Exxon discussed merger last year after Covid pandemic devastated oil prices, reports say
01/31/2021 - U.K.'s 100-year-old Captain Tom hospitalized with COVID
02/01/2021 - Austria Covid: Brits among 96 skiers quarantined in St Anton
02/01/2021 - Pakistan Receives First Batch Of China's Sinopharm Covid Vaccines
02/01/2021 - Biden will meet with 10 Republican senators as they float smaller $618 billion Covid relief plan
02/01/2021 - South Africa Receives First Batch Of Covid Vaccine Doses From India
02/01/2021 - Coronavirus: South Africa lifts alcohol ban as Covid rules ease
02/01/2021 - The tough little bottles crucial to fighting Covid
02/01/2021 - Biden Won't Accept Scaled-Down Covid Aid Package: White House
02/01/2021 - Covid: India launches online memorial to commemorate pandemic victims
02/02/2021 - Pfizer expects about $15 billion in 2021 sales from Covid vaccine
02/02/2021 - UPS shares jump on strong fourth quarter earnings as Covid continues to drive online shopping
02/02/2021 - Peer-reviewed study finds Russia's COVID vaccine is 91.6% effective
02/02/2021 - Pfizer plans to deliver 200 million doses of Covid vaccine to U.S. by May, sooner than expected
02/02/2021 - Captain Tom, WWII vet famous for COVID fundraising, dies at 100
02/02/2021 - Covid: France restricts AstraZeneca vaccine to under-65s
02/02/2021 - Democrats kick off the process toward passing $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan
02/02/2021 - WHO Covid Probe Team At Wuhan Virus Lab Seeks Clues To Origin Of Pandemic
02/02/2021 - Covid: Australian MPs clash in hallway over misinformation
02/03/2021 - Covid Vaccines May Provide Protection Even As Variants Evolve: Oxford
02/03/2021 - AstraZeneca vaccine can slow the spread of Covid and delayed second dose works, Oxford data shows
02/03/2021 - Australian Open stars isolate after hotel Covid case
02/03/2021 - 'All I did was cry:' Elderly Americans struggle to set up Covid vaccine appointments
02/03/2021 - U.K.'s COVID variant hunters warn U.S. mutations could be widespread
02/03/2021 - Some states are racing ahead of others with their covid vaccine rollouts. Their secret? Keeping it simple.
02/03/2021 - Level Of Covid Infections Still Alarmingly High: Boris Johnson
02/03/2021 - More than two-thirds of Americans support Biden's $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan, poll finds
02/03/2021 - AstraZeneca COVID vaccine cuts transmission, U.K. study shows
02/04/2021 - 3 Patients, Doctor Die In Ukraine COVID Hospital Fire
02/04/2021 - China Bat Caves Need Exploring To Trace Covid Origins: WHO Team Member
02/04/2021 - Quest says high demand for Covid testing drove record revenues, increases dividend
02/04/2021 - Covid Origin Talks With Chinese Scientists "Very Frank": WHO Team Leader
02/04/2021 - Super Bowl gets its first ads from some companies that won during Covid
02/04/2021 - London's Neasden Temple Starts New Covid Vaccination Centre
02/04/2021 - U.K. says vaccine upgrades coming as 4,000 COVID variants circulate
02/04/2021 - Democrats reintroduce labor rights bill as Covid puts spotlight on workplace safety
02/04/2021 - Sweden, Denmark To Develop Digital Covid Vaccine "Passports"
02/04/2021 - U.K. study to test giving doses of two different COVID vaccines
02/04/2021 - Johnson & Johnson requests emergency authorization from FDA for Covid vaccine
02/04/2021 - Johnson & Johnson Requests Emergency Authorisation For Covid Vaccine
02/04/2021 - Johnsons & Johnson seeks emergency approval for one-shot COVID vaccine
02/04/2021 - Johnson & Johnson seeks emergency approval for one-shot COVID vaccine
02/04/2021 - Europe's Roma: 'Even dogs can't live like this' under Covid
02/04/2021 - French skiers swerve Covid in cross-country boom
02/05/2021 - Senate approves budget resolution as Democrats rush to pass Covid relief bill
02/05/2021 - Woman jailed for Wuhan COVID reports could be "tortured," lawyer says
02/05/2021 - US Senate Clears Way For Democrats To Pass $1.9 Trillion Covid Aid
02/05/2021 - AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine Works Against UK Variant: Oxford
02/05/2021 - Covid vaccine 'deserts,' tech woes: Publix's rollout highlights risks as retailers play larger role
02/05/2021 - Covid's grip shows in disappointing jobs data, but there are signs things may improve
02/05/2021 - Spain Limits AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine To People Under 55
02/05/2021 - Covid: Vaccine tensions stoke German criticism of EU's von der Leyen
02/06/2021 - States are taking back unused Covid vaccine doses from nursing homes
02/06/2021 - Covid vaccine rollout: When might life in US return to normal?
02/06/2021 - Biden says $15 minimum wage won't survive Covid relief talks, promises to push for pay hike later
02/06/2021 - Oxford Covid Vaccine Less Effective Against South African Variant: Study
02/06/2021 - What Experts Say On Covid Evolution During Treatment Of Chronic Infection
02/07/2021 - Yellen says U.S. could return to full employment next year if Covid relief passes
02/07/2021 - Biden says it will be very difficult to achieve Covid herd immunity before summer's end
02/07/2021 - Did Covid Come From Wuhan Market? Investigators Find "Important Clues"
02/08/2021 - AstraZeneca Vaccine Prevents Covid Death: UK As South Africa Halts Shots
02/08/2021 - How Covid is ‘creating a new genre’ for live music
02/08/2021 - Trump administration influenced CDC guidance to suppress Covid testing, House panel says
02/08/2021 - Republican Rep. Ron Wright of Texas dies of Covid
02/08/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb expects Covid vaccine appointments to be widely available by April in the U.S.
02/08/2021 - New York aims to reopen Broadway, large venues, with extensive Covid testing, Gov. Cuomo says
02/08/2021 - Covid: US congressman Ron Wright dies with coronavirus, aged 67
02/08/2021 - WHO Team Probing Covid Origins In China To Brief Media
02/08/2021 - Growing fears over U.K. COVID variant despite drop in U.S. cases
02/08/2021 - Covid: South Korea launches test for pet cats and dogs
02/09/2021 - Does The World Need New COVID Vaccines? "Jury Is Out", Says Trial Chief
02/09/2021 - No Indication Of Covid Virus In Wuhan Before December 2019: WHO Team
02/09/2021 - Iran Starts Covid Vaccination Campaign With Russia's Sputnik V Vaccine
02/09/2021 - Covid: WHO team says 'extremely unlikely' virus leaked from lab
02/09/2021 - Biden administration to begin shipping Covid vaccine doses to community health centers
02/09/2021 - The $15 minimum wage is back in the House Covid relief package. Here's what you need to know
02/09/2021 - J&J CEO says people may need annual Covid vaccine shots for the next several years
02/09/2021 - Don't Let Long Covid "Fall Through The Cracks", Warns WHO
02/09/2021 - Europe's oldest person survives Covid just before 117th birthday
02/09/2021 - Fake Covid videos 'will cost lives'
02/09/2021 - Covid: How Serbia soared ahead in vaccination campaign
02/09/2021 - Slower Covid Spread In Asia? A Protein May Be Key, Say Indian Scientists
02/10/2021 - Portugal's restaurants face long-term pain as the country struggles with Covid surge
02/10/2021 - Heineken cuts 8,000 jobs after Covid hits sales
02/10/2021 - Covid: EU's Von der Leyen admits vaccine rollout shortcomings
02/10/2021 - Nearly half of U.S. workers suffer from mental health issues since Covid hit, report finds
02/10/2021 - Biden's next fight: Anti-vaxxers jeopardize plans to protect U.S. against Covid
02/10/2021 - World's 2nd-oldest person fends off COVID ahead of her 117th birthday
02/10/2021 - Citizens Should Not Book Holidays At Home, Abroad Amid Covid: UK Minister
02/10/2021 - Biden's $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan has Main Street's support: Survey
02/10/2021 - Target offers extra pay, free transportation to hourly employees who get Covid vaccines
02/10/2021 - NJ governor explains why smokers under 65 qualify for Covid vaccine before teachers
02/10/2021 - House panel advances $15 minimum wage as Democrats try to include it in Covid relief bill
02/10/2021 - AstraZeneca Covid Jabs Can Be Used For People Over 65 And Variants: WHO
02/10/2021 - Covid: WHO backs Oxford vaccine against new variants
02/10/2021 - As shortages fuel anger, EU leader admits COVID vaccine plan mistakes
02/10/2021 - Prince Charles and Camilla receive their first COVID vaccines
02/10/2021 - US Refuses To Accept WHO Team's Findings On Covid Origin In China
02/10/2021 - White House builds business coalition to support Biden's Covid relief plan
02/11/2021 - UK's "Kent" Covid Variant Will Sweep The World, Leading Scientist Warns
02/11/2021 - French Nun, Europe's Oldest Person, Turns 117 After Surviving Covid
02/11/2021 - Not Perfect, But Saves Lives, Says AstraZeneca CEO On Covid Vaccine
02/11/2021 - Instagram bans Robert F Kennedy Jr over Covid vaccine posts
02/11/2021 - How Covid led to a $60 billion global chip shortage for the auto industry
02/11/2021 - Rheumatoid arthritis drug reduces death in patients with severe Covid, Oxford researchers say
02/11/2021 - Pelosi expects Covid relief will be signed into law before unemployment programs expire
02/11/2021 - White House has acquired 200 million more Covid vaccine doses, report says
02/11/2021 - Covid and gun violence: Tijuana, the city with a double pandemic
02/11/2021 - Covid: Victoria state to enter third lockdown after outbreak of UK variant
02/11/2021 - Melbourne Orders Snap Covid Lockdown During Australian Open Tennis
02/11/2021 - Common Blood Thinning Drugs Reduce Risk Of Covid Hospital Deaths: Study
02/12/2021 - My mother and her friends couldn’t get covid vaccine appointments so they turned to a stranger for help. He’s 13.
02/12/2021 - White House Covid official reportedly to meet with airline CEOs on Friday
02/12/2021 - Doctors warn Covid will become endemic and people need to learn to live with it
02/12/2021 - Covid: Germany to halt travel from Czech Republic and Tyrol
02/12/2021 - Chinese forced to grapple with a Lunar New Year COVID conundrum
02/12/2021 - France Recommends Single Vaccine Dose For People Who Have Had Covid
02/12/2021 - Covid: France says just one jab needed for previously infected
02/12/2021 - Why Canada is falling behind in Covid vaccinations
02/12/2021 - Top US Health Body Says Schools Can Re-Open, Issues Covid Guidelines
02/13/2021 - Oxford Covid Vaccine To Be Tested On Children For First Time
02/13/2021 - China Refused To Provide Raw Data On Early Covid Cases: WHO Team Member
02/13/2021 - Fatigue, headaches and chest pain: Medical experts try to establish 'long Covid' diagnosis
02/13/2021 - Covid: Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine to be tested on children
02/13/2021 - Covid vaccine rollout gives CVS, Walgreens a chance to bring health care to communities of color
02/13/2021 - WHO Experts Want "More Data" From China On Possible Early Covid Cases
02/13/2021 - White House Cites "Deep Concerns" About WHO Covid Report
02/14/2021 - Covid infecting humans through animal host 'probable'
02/14/2021 - Covid: UK scientist defends WHO fact-finding mission to Wuhan
02/14/2021 - WHO Team Finds Signs Of Wider Covid Outbreak In Wuhan In Dec 2019: Report
02/14/2021 - Covid: Should we double mask face coverings?
02/14/2021 - Solving Covid easy compared with climate - Bill Gates
02/14/2021 - India is set to become a vital Covid vaccine maker — perhaps second only to the U.S.
02/15/2021 - Tougher Travel Rules To Contain Spread Of Covid Come Into Force In UK
02/15/2021 - Singapore Covid: Briton admits breaking quarantine to visit partner
02/15/2021 - Pfizer Vaccine Sharply Reduces Symptomatic Covid Cases: Report
02/15/2021 - AstraZeneca Covid Jabs Cleared By WHO For Global Distribution Under Covax
02/15/2021 - Optimism as Cuba set to test its own Covid vaccine
02/15/2021 - Kamala Harris, France's Emmanuel Macron Talk Covid, Climate Change
02/16/2021 - North Korea apparently tried to hack Pfizer for COVID vaccine info
02/16/2021 - CVS Health earnings top estimates as pharmacy sales get a lift from Covid testing, vaccines
02/16/2021 - North Korea apparently tried to hack Pfizer for COVID vaccine info
02/16/2021 - Covid: Court orders end to nationwide curfew in Netherlands
02/16/2021 - Biden administration increases weekly Covid vaccine shipments to states and pharmacies
02/16/2021 - Covid: South Africa variant now 'dominant' in Zimbabwe
02/16/2021 - Democrats focus on passing Covid relief bill after Trump's acquittal
02/16/2021 - Covid: Melbourne lockdown to end after quarantine outbreak controlled
02/16/2021 - 'I'm tired of talking about Trump': Biden steers clear of 'the former guy' in Covid relief pitch
02/17/2021 - Japan finally begins COVID vaccinations amid worries over Olympics
02/17/2021 - New York attorney general sues Amazon over Covid shortfalls
02/17/2021 - UK will soon expose volunteers to Covid in world's first 'human challenge' study
02/17/2021 - Biden administration to invest over $1.6 billion to expand Covid testing, sequencing
02/17/2021 - New York's Cuomo says amusement parks, camps can reopen this summer as state monitors Covid variants
02/17/2021 - CDC director says U.S. needs to curb Covid before it can mutate again and exacerbate the pandemic
02/17/2021 - Covid and suicide: Japan's rise a warning to the world?
02/17/2021 - South Africa Launches Covid Vaccination Programme With Johnson & Johnson
02/18/2021 - UN Covid 19 summit: Guterres calls on G20 to implement a global immunization plan
02/18/2021 - Bill Gates says J&J and Novavax Covid vaccines still retain 'a lot of capability' against variants
02/18/2021 - South Africa strain shows risk of unequal COVID "Vaccine Apartheid"
02/18/2021 - Vatican employees could lose their jobs for refusing COVID vaccine
02/18/2021 - House aims to vote on Covid relief bill by the end of next week, Pelosi says
02/18/2021 - Food and its packaging are highly unlikely to transmit Covid, top U.S. food and health officials say
02/18/2021 - Covid vaccines: Macron proposes sending 4-5% of doses to poorer nations
02/19/2021 - Israeli Bar Offers Free Drinks With Covid Vaccines
02/19/2021 - 2 pieces of good news on Pfizer's widely-used COVID vaccine
02/19/2021 - Pfizer asks FDA to approve storing Covid vaccine doses at higher temperatures
02/19/2021 - Covid vaccines: Boris Johnson pledges surplus to poorer countries at G7
02/19/2021 - Historic winter storm delays Covid vaccine shipments across U.S.
02/19/2021 - CDC says these are the most common side effects people report after getting Covid vaccine
02/19/2021 - Biden pledges billions to help poor countries get COVID vaccines
02/19/2021 - Winter storm has delayed shipments of 6 million Covid vaccine doses across U.S., officials say
02/19/2021 - Covid vaccines: G7 increase support for Covax scheme
02/19/2021 - New York health chief defends state's decision to make nursing homes take Covid patients
02/19/2021 - We need more Covid doses and it needs to be easier to get them, state and local health officials say
02/20/2021 - Covid: Anti-vaccination protests held in Australia ahead of rollout
02/20/2021 - Covid: Anti-vaccination protesters rally in Australia
02/20/2021 - Covid: 'Each one of these people mattered'
02/20/2021 - Kuwait Bans Entry For Non-Citizens As Part Of Covid Restrictions
02/21/2021 - Covid: WHO pleads with Tanzania to start reporting cases
02/21/2021 - UK Starting To Restrict Spread Of Covid Variants: Health Secretary
02/21/2021 - Here's how Congress could avert another jobless benefits cliff as it moves to pass Covid relief
02/21/2021 - Americans May Still Need Masks In 2022 To Fight Covid, Top US Expert Says
02/21/2021 - Fauci cautions against complacency as Covid infections decrease, warns daily case level remains high
02/21/2021 - White House expects to finish shipping millions of Covid vaccines this week delayed by winter storm
02/21/2021 - South Africa Covid variant detected for the first time in New York patient, Cuomo says
02/21/2021 - Covid: Australian Open fans criticised for 'booing vaccine'
02/21/2021 - India's Covid vaccine maker told to meet domestic demand first, asks rest of the world to be patient
02/21/2021 - Britain's Next Answer To Covid Is To Prepare To Live With It
02/21/2021 - The 27-Year-Old MIT Grad Who Became A Covid Data Superstar
02/22/2021 - Vaccine Programmes, Physical Distancing Can Help Avoid Covid Surge: Study
02/22/2021 - European banks have been resilient during the Covid crisis, but still face 2 major challenges
02/22/2021 - Coronavirus: High Covid rates delay France and Germany easing
02/22/2021 - 1 year after 1st COVID cases found, Italy cautiously bouncing back
02/22/2021 - CDC study shows teachers may play 'central role' in Covid spread at schools where masks aren't worn
02/22/2021 - These stocks will surprise to the upside during the comeback from Covid, Morgan Stanley says
02/22/2021 - Covid: US on verge of exceeding 500,000 deaths
02/22/2021 - FDA says Covid vaccines that target new variants won't need large clinical trials to win approval
02/22/2021 - Democrats move toward passing $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill this week after it clears House panel
02/22/2021 - Biden Orders Flags At Half Mast To Mark Half Million Covid Deaths In US
02/22/2021 - U.S. surpasses 500,000 Covid deaths after yearlong battle with pandemic
02/22/2021 - Covid vaccine shipments delayed by storm to be delivered by midweek, White House advisor says
02/22/2021 - Covid US death toll: Imagining what 500,000 lost lives look like
02/22/2021 - Moderna moves forward on plan to increase Covid vaccine supply in each vial after latest FDA feedback
02/22/2021 - WHO Slams Rich Countries For Hogging Covid Vaccines
02/23/2021 - 'Sun, sea, sand and Soberana 02': Cuba open to inoculating tourists with homegrown Covid vaccine
02/23/2021 - Argentina publishes the VIP list, who received preferential Covid 19 vaccine treatment
02/23/2021 - Pfizer plans to deliver 13 million doses of Covid 19 vaccine per week to US
02/23/2021 - Covid infection in Lagos 'may top Africa's official total'
02/23/2021 - U.S. supply of Covid vaccine to substantially increase next month, manufacturers tell Congress
02/24/2021 - Covid: WHO scheme Covax delivers first vaccines to Ghana
02/24/2021 - FDA staff endorses J&J’s single-shot Covid vaccine — clearing way for third vaccine in U.S.
02/24/2021 - Drugmakers are ramping up Covid vaccine production after fixing initial manufacturing delays
02/24/2021 - House Democrats aim to pass $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill on Friday
02/24/2021 - These are the most common side effects from J&J's one-shot Covid vaccine
02/24/2021 - More than 150 CEOs urge Congress to pass Biden's Covid relief package
02/24/2021 - Covid vaccine to trigger fastest retail sales growth in over two decades, industry group says
02/24/2021 - Moderna to begin clinical trials of Covid booster shots for variant from South Africa, sends to NIH
02/24/2021 - Large "Real World" Study Confirms Pfizer Covid Vaccine 94% Effective
02/24/2021 - Biden's Covid stimulus plan: It costs $2tn but what's in it?
02/24/2021 - Covid variants could 'undermine all of our efforts' if virus spreads globally, CDC director says
02/25/2021 - Goldman names the 12 global stocks set to pop when Covid lockdowns end
02/25/2021 - China Denies US Diplomats Were Required To Take Anal Swab Tests For Covid
02/25/2021 - Covid's Long-Term Impact Should Be "Clear Priority" For Authorities: WHO
02/25/2021 - Pfizer-BioNTech are testing a booster shot of their Covid vaccine in a new trial
02/25/2021 - Pfizer COVID vaccine found 94% effective in real-world study
02/25/2021 - Moderna expects $18.4 billion in 2021 sales from Covid vaccine, chief medical officer departs
02/25/2021 - Law allows Israeli authorities to ID COVID vaccine refusers
02/25/2021 - $15 minimum wage not allowed in Biden's Covid relief bill, Senate official says
02/25/2021 - Queen Elizabeth Says Covid Jab "Didn't Hurt At All"
02/26/2021 - 5 things to know before key FDA panel votes on J&J's single-shot Covid vaccine today
02/26/2021 - Pfizer Covid Vaccine Reduces Transmission After One Dose: UK Study
02/26/2021 - Senators call to expand Covid aid plan designed to keep employees on the payroll
02/26/2021 - Biden administration to tap private companies, business groups for help in Covid fight
02/26/2021 - CDC director warns recent decline in U.S. Covid cases may have stalled as variants spread
02/26/2021 - UN Adopts Resolution Urging Equitable Access To Covid Vaccines: Diplomats
02/26/2021 - Oxford vaccine may be key weapon against new COVID variants
02/26/2021 - BTS: Radio host apologises for comparing band to covid
02/26/2021 - FDA panel unanimously recommends third Covid vaccine as J&J wins key vote in path to emergency use
02/26/2021 - US Expert Panel Recommends Authorizing Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine
02/27/2021 - House passes $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill, sends it to Senate
02/27/2021 - US House Passes $1.9 Trillion Covid Relief Plan, Senate Next
02/27/2021 - Coronavirus: Biden's $1.9tn Covid relief bill passes House vote
02/27/2021 - Oxford vaccine may be key weapon against new COVID variants
02/27/2021 - Covid relief bill may trigger $36 billion cut to Medicare, higher student loan fees
02/27/2021 - FDA approves Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot Covid vaccine for emergency use
02/27/2021 - Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine: FDA approves single-shot jab
02/27/2021 - US Authorizes Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine For Emergency Use
02/27/2021 - Covid: How this Indian firm is vaccinating the world
02/27/2021 - Covid vaccine: Germany urged to back AstraZeneca jab for over-65s
02/28/2021 - Households in England with school children will have two rapid Covid 19 tests per week
02/28/2021 - Covid ‘long haulers’ can also suffer lasting impact on their finances. Here's one woman's story
02/28/2021 - Fauci says all three Covid vaccines highly effective, urges people to take shot most available
02/28/2021 - Covid vaccine for elementary school children likely coming in early 2022, Fauci says
02/28/2021 - South Africa To Ease Covid Restrictions After "Dramatic Decline" In Cases
02/28/2021 - CDC panel recommends use of J&J's single-shot Covid vaccine
02/28/2021 - Covid Vaccine Acceptance Rises In Some Countries, Shows Study
02/28/2021 - Covid: The front-line doctor photographing the pandemic
02/28/2021 - US Children Could Receive Covid Vaccine By Year-End: Top Expert
02/28/2021 - Top US Health Body Endorses Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine
03/01/2021 - UK hunts for missing person infected with Covid variant first detected in Brazil
03/01/2021 - PM Narendra Modi gets Covid jab as India scales up vaccination
03/01/2021 - Op-ed: Here's the key decision that paved the way for development of Covid vaccines
03/01/2021 - Covax: Ivory Coast and Ghana begin mass Covid vaccination rollouts
03/01/2021 - J&J CEO says single-shot Covid vaccine will keep people out of the hospital, prevent deaths
03/01/2021 - Florida governor accused of favoritism in distributing Covid vaccine, Congress urged to investigate
03/01/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb sees signs Covid vaccines reduce transmission, but question is how much
03/01/2021 - Covid: Japan asks China to stop anal tests on its citizens
03/01/2021 - Pfizer, Oxford Covid Vaccines "Highly Effective" In Elderly: UK Study
03/01/2021 - Yemen conflict: UK cuts aid citing financial pressure from Covid
03/01/2021 - Trumps Vaccinated Against Covid Before Leaving White House: Advisor
03/01/2021 - CDC says J&J Covid vaccine is OK for people who have allergic reaction to Pfizer or Moderna's
03/01/2021 - Covid: France approves AstraZeneca vaccine for over-65s
03/01/2021 - "Unrealistic We're Going To Finish This Virus By Year-End": WHO On Covid
03/01/2021 - In US, Support Grows For Covid WTO Waiver Raised By India, South Africa
03/01/2021 - In US, Support Grows For Covid WTO Waiver Raised In India, South Africa
03/02/2021 - WHO: Hydroxychloroquine should not be used to prevent COVID
03/02/2021 - Biden to announce Merck will help make Johnson & Johnson's Covid vaccine
03/02/2021 - Democrats aim to send $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill to Biden by the end of next week
03/02/2021 - Texas, Mississippi lift Covid restrictions and mask mandates, despite CDC warnings
03/02/2021 - Biden says U.S. will have enough Covid vaccine supply for every adult by end of May
03/02/2021 - Coronavirus: Texas moves to lift mask mandate and lift Covid rules
03/02/2021 - US Halts Trials Of Plasma Transfusions For Covid Patients
03/02/2021 - Covid: Qantas launches 'mystery flights' to boost tourism
03/03/2021 - Covid: Joe Biden promises vaccines will be available for every US adult by end of May
03/03/2021 - Ashes in the mail: Dealing with the loss of a loved one has changed in the covid era
03/03/2021 - Covid: Brazil's daily deaths reach all-time high
03/03/2021 - South Africa Covid Strain Offers Immunity Against Other Variants: Experts
03/03/2021 - Germans' rejection of Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine hinders COVID fight
03/03/2021 - COVID "vaccine passports" could be "Pandora's box" for privacy
03/03/2021 - Covid: Police break up 'fake vaccine network' in South Africa and China
03/03/2021 - Brazil Reports Record Covid Deaths For Second Straight Day
03/03/2021 - Germany To Recommend Oxford Covid Vaccine For Over 65s: Angela Merkel
03/03/2021 - Covid: Biden condemns ‘Neanderthal thinking’ behind lifting of mask rules
03/03/2021 - Covid: Germany to approve AstraZeneca vaccine for over-65s
03/04/2021 - European Union begins review of Russia's Sputnik Covid vaccine
03/04/2021 - Covid Cases Rising Again In Europe, Warns WHO
03/04/2021 - Germans' rejection of Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine hinders COVID fight
03/04/2021 - Covid: Italy 'blocks' AstraZeneca vaccine shipment to Australia
03/04/2021 - WHO Team To Scrap Interim Findings On Probe Of Covid Origins: Report
03/04/2021 - Senate takes first step toward passing $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill — here's what happens next
03/04/2021 - Daily US Covid Cases Below 40,000 For First Time In Months: Monitor
03/04/2021 - Covid: Bolsonaro tells Brazilians to ‘stop whining’ as deaths spike
03/05/2021 - Airlines are changing their flight destinations after the devastating shock of Covid
03/05/2021 - Pope pays Iraq a historic, but controversial visit as COVID surges
03/05/2021 - Women lag behind men in saving for retirement. The Covid pandemic has made it worse
03/05/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb says Covid mask mandates should be last virus mitigation measures lifted
03/05/2021 - Canada Approves Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine
03/05/2021 - Senate Democrats to reduce jobless aid boost in Covid relief bill but extend it another month
03/05/2021 - Sri Lanka Buries First Covid Victims After Long Standoff
03/05/2021 - Bolsonaro says "enough fussing and whining" as COVID death toll climbs
03/05/2021 - California easing Covid rules, will let Major League Baseball, Disneyland reopen
03/05/2021 - ICYMI: Underwater art and Covid vaccine celebrations
03/05/2021 - Great Apes At San Diego Zoo Receive First Covid Vaccines
03/05/2021 - Janet Yellen says Congress needs to 'go big' for Covid relief package
03/05/2021 - Covid: California to open outdoor attractions in April
03/05/2021 - Biden Urged Not To Accept India-Led Proposal At World Trade Body On Covid
03/06/2021 - Senate passes $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill, House Democrats plan final approval Tuesday
03/06/2021 - US Senate Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion Covid Relief Bill
03/06/2021 - Schumer says Congress might consider more Covid relief depending on how long pandemic lasts
03/06/2021 - "So Desperately Needed": Joe Biden Hails Passage Of Covid Package
03/06/2021 - Covid: Dalai Lama urges others to get vaccinated as he receives first shot
03/07/2021 - Bats and the search for COVID's origin
03/07/2021 - Cuomo to sign law stripping emergency Covid powers, vows won't be distracted by harassment claims
03/07/2021 - WHO says Europe sees 1 million new COVID cases as virus surges
03/07/2021 - Dow futures jump 150 points after Senate passes $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill
03/07/2021 - U.S. hits record daily Covid vaccinations but health officials warn against loosening restrictions
03/07/2021 - Covid child brides: 'My family told me to marry at 14'
03/08/2021 - Covid 19 live updates: E.U. medical official urges caution over some states’ preliminary approval of Russia’s Sputnik V
03/08/2021 - U.S. says Russian-backed outlets are spreading Covid vaccine 'disinformation'
03/08/2021 - Syrian president and wife catch COVID as war mires pandemic response
03/08/2021 - House prepares to pass $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill Tuesday – Biden expected to sign it this week
03/08/2021 - CDC says people who are fully vaccinated against Covid can meet safely indoors without masks
03/08/2021 - CDC study finds about 78% of people hospitalized for Covid were overweight or obese
03/08/2021 - Covid relief bill gives $86 billion bailout to failing union pension plans
03/08/2021 - Connecticut governor defends easing Covid restrictions, says many at-risk residents vaccinated
03/08/2021 - Covid vaccines: How fast is progress around the world?
03/08/2021 - Greece Mourns Youngest Covid Victim, 37-Day Baby
03/09/2021 - Covid 19 live updates: Pfizer vaccine neutralizes Brazil variant in lab study as experts warn of rapid spread
03/09/2021 - House plans to pass $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill Wednesday, send it to Biden
03/09/2021 - Biden Covid relief plan gives bigger boost to lower-income Americans than Trump tax cuts, study says
03/09/2021 - Fauci warns U.S. Covid cases may 'plateau again at an unacceptably high level'
03/09/2021 - Pfizer-BioNTech Covid Vaccine Can Protect Against Brazil Variant: Study
03/09/2021 - Covid: Hospitals in Brazilian cities 'close to collapse'
03/09/2021 - Alaska becomes the first state to make Covid vaccines available to nearly everyone
03/10/2021 - China's uneven recovery from Covid has been 'understated,' says S&P economist
03/10/2021 - Covid 19 live updates: Daily new coronavirus cases hit new U.S. lows but experts warn about the looming spring break
03/10/2021 - Cambodian PM, First Lady Receive Shot Of Made-In-India Covid Vaccine
03/10/2021 - UK Covid Variant Has Significantly Higher Death Rate: Study
03/10/2021 - Covid wave intensifies in Central Europe
03/10/2021 - UK hasn't banned export of Covid vaccines
03/10/2021 - J&J Covid vaccine distribution in poor, Black communities raises race questions
03/10/2021 - Biden administration to buy an additional 100 million doses of J&J's Covid vaccine
03/10/2021 - Covid changed how we think of offices. Now companies want them to work as hard as they do
03/10/2021 - Tanzanian President John Magufuli 'in Kenyan hospital with Covid'
03/10/2021 - Biden's $1.9tn Covid relief bill expected to pass US Congress
03/10/2021 - House passes $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill, sends it to Biden to sign
03/10/2021 - US Congress Passes $1.9 Trillion Covid Package In Big Win For Joe Biden
03/10/2021 - Biden says he will announce the 'next phase' of the U.S. Covid response Thursday
03/10/2021 - Texas opens Covid vaccine eligibility to people 50 and older as it lifts mask mandate
03/10/2021 - Covid: The man with "super antibodies"
03/10/2021 - Covid: Texas and Mississippi lifting restrictions too soon?
03/10/2021 - Covid vaccines to top the agenda at 'Quad' meeting
03/10/2021 - COVID caused millions to lose access to birth control, U.N. estimates
03/11/2021 - Covid 19 live updates: Former U.S. presidents (minus one) and first ladies urge Americans to get vaccinated in new ad series
03/11/2021 - China's CoronaVac May Be Ineffective Against Brazil Covid Variant: Study
03/11/2021 - States lift Covid restrictions, end mask mandates and reopen despite warnings from Biden officials
03/11/2021 - Pfizer Shot 97% Effective Against Symptomatic Covid: Study
03/11/2021 - Iditarod: Competitor Gunnar Johnson tests positive for Covid in dog race
03/11/2021 - Recent Costco weakness is a buying opportunity as some Covid benefit sticks, Wells Fargo says
03/11/2021 - Weekly jobless claims rise less than expected with Biden set to sign $1.9 trillion Covid package
03/11/2021 - Denmark, Norway, Iceland Suspend Use Of AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine
03/11/2021 - Pfizer Covid vaccine blocks 94% of asymptomatic infections and 97% of symptomatic cases in Israel
03/11/2021 - Wharton's Jeremy Siegel sees stock market up another 10% this year as Covid stimulus adds fuel
03/11/2021 - De Blasio, New York Democrats demand Cuomo resign over sexual harassment claims, Covid cover up
03/11/2021 - Congress delivered big Covid relief bills over the past year – but months of inaction took a toll
03/11/2021 - Biden to sign $1.9 trillion Covid relief package Thursday afternoon
03/11/2021 - First Quad Meet To Focus On Covid Vaccine Supply In Indo-Pacific: Report
03/11/2021 - COVID caused millions to lose access to birth control, U.N. estimates
03/11/2021 - Covid stimulus: Biden signs $1.9tn relief bill into law
03/11/2021 - Biden will direct states to make all adults eligible for Covid vaccine by May 1
03/11/2021 - Covid pandemic: Biden to order all US adults be eligible for vaccine
03/11/2021 - Watch live: Biden delivers his first primetime address on next steps in fight against Covid
03/11/2021 - Covid: Does Tanzania have a hidden epidemic?
03/11/2021 - Biden To End Covid Vaccine Priority Group Restrictions By May 1: Official
03/12/2021 - A year on, Europe faces slow Covid vaccine rollouts and fears of another wave
03/12/2021 - Covid 19 live updates: More nations suspend use of AstraZeneca vaccine as E.U. probes blood clot concerns
03/12/2021 - A stunning fall and a recovery: How the stock market has evolved one year since Covid hit
03/12/2021 - Covid 'long haulers' can face financial setbacks as they battle lasting symptoms
03/12/2021 - COVID kills Brazilians waiting for ICU beds as leader rejects lockdown
03/12/2021 - Disneyland Paris Postpones Reopening Again Amid Covid Crisis
03/12/2021 - Severe Allergy Added To AstraZeneca Covid Shot Side Effects: EU Regulator
03/12/2021 - Covid vaccinations: No reason to stop using AstraZeneca jab, says WHO
03/12/2021 - Germany declares a Covid 'third wave' has begun; Italy set for Easter lockdown
03/12/2021 - New WTO boss on U.S. ties and addressing the COVID crisis
03/12/2021 - Dentists, veterinarians and med students OK'ed to administer Covid shots in U.S.
03/12/2021 - AstraZeneca defends COVID vaccine amid concern over blood clots
03/12/2021 - 3rd wave of COVID set to force most Italians back under lockdown
03/12/2021 - Wuhan Wet Market Most Likely Origin Of Covid: WHO Probe Team To China
03/12/2021 - U.S. tops 100 million Covid vaccine doses administered, 13% of adults now fully vaccinated
03/13/2021 - Covid: Jordan's health minister quits over hospital oxygen deaths
03/13/2021 - Brazil's COVID infections and deaths surge as variants grow dominant
03/14/2021 - EU Faces Fresh Shortfall Of AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine Supplies
03/14/2021 - Fauci points to Covid surge in Europe as warning against lifting U.S. restrictions right now
03/14/2021 - We asked for your first Covid text messages. These are your stories
03/15/2021 - Top US Expert Urges Trump To Tell Supporters To Get Covid Vaccine Shot
03/15/2021 - Regular Booster Vaccines Future In Covid Battle: UK Expert
03/15/2021 - Merkel's party punished in state elections as scandal, third Covid wave hit home
03/15/2021 - 6-8 New Covid Vaccines May Be Ready For Use This Year: WHO
03/15/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb: U.S. doing better on Covid vaccines so another case spike like Europe unlikely
03/15/2021 - More EU countries halt use of AstraZeneca's COVID vaccine
03/15/2021 - WHO Experts To Meet Tomorrow On AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine Safety
03/15/2021 - Moderna Begins Testing Next-Generation Covid Vaccine
03/15/2021 - CDC chief warns of another Covid surge as Americans travel for spring break
03/15/2021 - Senate Democrats say Covid relief plan makes it easier for Biden to cancel student debt
03/16/2021 - Dutch head to polls as Covid crisis looms large
03/16/2021 - More nations halt use of AstraZeneca COVID vaccine citing clots
03/16/2021 - Moderna begins study of Covid vaccine in kids
03/16/2021 - A year later, Trump's '15 days to slow the spread' campaign shows how little we knew of Covid
03/16/2021 - Moderna Announces Start Of Covid Vaccine Trials For Children
03/16/2021 - Investors now fear inflation and the Fed more than Covid, Bank of America survey shows
03/16/2021 - EU Regulator "Firmly Convinced" Of AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine Benefits
03/16/2021 - "Report Simply Not Ready": WHO On Highly-Anticipated Covid Origin Probe
03/16/2021 - "No Indication" So Far AstraZeneca Covid Shot Causes Clots: EU Regulator
03/16/2021 - The Small Business Administration is about to get a new leader as Covid recovery heats up
03/16/2021 - China To Issue Visas To Foreigners Who Have Taken Chinese-Made Covid Jab
03/16/2021 - Covid: Bahraini prince takes AstraZeneca vaccine to Everest without approval
03/16/2021 - Brazil Sao Paulo health chief urges lockdown as Covid deaths surge
03/17/2021 - German Covid cases are rising 'exponentially' — and its vaccine pause could make things worse
03/17/2021 - Airline removes boy, 4, with autism for not wearing Covid mask
03/17/2021 - Covid Vaccines Can "Protect And Liberate": UK's Prince Charles
03/17/2021 - Covid: EU plans rollout of travel certificate before summer
03/17/2021 - Covid in Europe: Vaccine suspension hits rollout as cases rise
03/17/2021 - WHO Reviewing Data, Recommends AstraZeneca Covid Jabs Continue
03/17/2021 - U.S. health experts try to ease Covid vaccine fears as AstraZeneca's shot faces review in Europe
03/17/2021 - Dutch election: Turnout high for election despite Covid
03/17/2021 - Covid reinfection is rare — but you're more at risk if you're over 65, study finds
03/17/2021 - Covid Reinfection Rare, More Common Among People Above 65-Years: Study
03/17/2021 - Covid: From boom to bust - why lockdown hasn't led to more babies
03/17/2021 - Covid: How ethnicity and wealth affect US vaccine rollout
03/18/2021 - Second dose Covid of vaccinations set to begin in the Falklands
03/18/2021 - Second dose of Covid vaccinations set to begin in the Falklands
03/18/2021 - The cautionary tale of the president who denied Covid
03/18/2021 - Senate to confirm Xavier Becerra as HHS secretary as U.S. tries to emerge from Covid crisis
03/18/2021 - Biden to reach goal of having 100 million Covid vaccine 'shots in arms' in his first 100 days early
03/18/2021 - Biden administration eyes mid-May to begin relaxing Covid travel restrictions, sources say
03/18/2021 - Covid: Paris lockdown as France fears 'third wave'
03/18/2021 - Lamborghini's profits soar during Covid
03/19/2021 - Covid 19 live updates: Europe to resume use of AstraZeneca vaccine after blood clot concerns
03/19/2021 - German Covid Infection Spread "Clearly Exponential": Health Authorities
03/19/2021 - 'We need to be careful this month' — Dr. Scott Gottlieb says Covid masks still needed for now
03/19/2021 - CDC shortens Covid social distancing guidelines for kids in school to 3 feet with masks
03/19/2021 - Fauci says the variant from the U.K. likely accounts for up to 30% of Covid infections in U.S.
03/19/2021 - Covid: Germany warns of 'exponential' rise in coronavirus cases
03/19/2021 - Coronavirus: How Russia glosses over its Covid death toll
03/19/2021 - Covid: Rich states 'block' vaccine plans for developing nations
03/19/2021 - Trump's Mar-a-Lago Resort In Florida Partially Closed Over Covid Outbreak
03/19/2021 - Covid: France and Poland increase lockdown measures as infections surge
03/20/2021 - Imran Khan Tests Positive For Covid, 2 Days After Getting Vaccinated
03/20/2021 - Mar-a-Lago: 'Covid outbreak' at Trump's Florida residence
03/20/2021 - Britain Hits Milestone As Half Of All Adults Get First Covid Vaccine Dose
03/20/2021 - Covid cases are rising in 21 states as health officials warn against reopening too quickly
03/20/2021 - Brazil Covid variant detected in New York resident for the first time, Cuomo says
03/20/2021 - Covid vaccines: Why some Americans are choosy about their jab
03/21/2021 - Covid restrictions: Can music festivals be safely planned?
03/21/2021 - Texas Roadhouse founder Kent Taylor dies at 65 after taking life following post Covid struggle
03/21/2021 - Covid in Sweden: Elderly people deserve more
03/21/2021 - Covid: The countries that nailed it, and what we can learn from them
03/21/2021 - Coronavirus: Covid nurses' song of hope from Italy
03/21/2021 - Covid: Brazil's Bolsonaro calls governors 'tyrants' over lockdowns
03/22/2021 - Experts say sharp rise in India Covid cases 'alarming'
03/22/2021 - Third Covid wave hits Europe: Lockdowns imposed and vaccines remain a problem
03/22/2021 - Pakistan To Start Importing CanSino Covid Vaccine For Commercial Sale
03/22/2021 - Putin Slams Sputnik V Covid Vaccine Criticism, To Get Jab Tomorrow
03/22/2021 - New Jersey likely to pause reopening plans as Covid cases rise, governor says
03/22/2021 - Coronavirus: Germany plans tighter Covid rules to tackle new surge
03/22/2021 - Covid cases rise across more than half of the U.S. as country races to vaccinate
03/22/2021 - Cramer says investors using Covid stimulus checks on stocks should buy Google-parent Alphabet
03/22/2021 - Unequal Covid Vaccine Distribution "Grotesque": WHO Chief
03/22/2021 - 1 In 3 Covid Survivors Suffer Long-Term Health Issues: Study
03/22/2021 - WHO says most regions of the globe are seeing an increase in Covid cases as variants spread
03/22/2021 - Coronavirus: How the common cold can boot out Covid
03/23/2021 - U.S. health agency casts doubt over AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine trial data
03/23/2021 - Roche antibody cocktail shown effective in Covid patients
03/23/2021 - Putin prepares to get Covid vaccine — but the Kremlin refuses to say which one
03/23/2021 - AstraZeneca To Release More Data On US Covid Jab Trials "Within 48 Hours"
03/23/2021 - Penn National Gaming CEO says casino recovery has been ‘incredible’ as Covid vaccines roll out
03/23/2021 - Pfizer begins early stage clinical trial testing oral antiviral drug for Covid
03/23/2021 - Covid kits contributed to deaths in Brazil
03/23/2021 - China Approves CanSino's Inhaled Covid Vaccine For Clinical Trials
03/23/2021 - Putin Vaccinated Against Covid: Report
03/23/2021 - Tom Lee says cyclical companies are 'the new growth stocks' during Covid recovery
03/23/2021 - BofA says Covid crisis will delay India overtaking Japan as third-largest economy by 3 years
03/23/2021 - Covid: The clarinettist who took on Lebanon's vaccine scandal
03/23/2021 - Fosun Pharma shares tumble more than 5% as Hong Kong suspends BioNTech Covid vaccinations
03/24/2021 - How AstraZeneca's Errors Eroded US Confidence In Its Covid Shot
03/24/2021 - Covid Antibodies May Last Days Or Years: Study Shows What It Depends On
03/24/2021 - India: Delhi orders Covid tests at airports as cases surge
03/24/2021 - Coronavirus: 'Double mutant' Covid variant found in India
03/24/2021 - AstraZeneca missteps threaten to further erode trust in Covid vaccine as company seeks U.S. approval
03/24/2021 - Finland, Iceland Approve AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine For Seniors
03/24/2021 - AstraZeneca revises Covid vaccine data with lower efficacy rate after accuracy questions
03/25/2021 - Japan lights Olympic torch after one-year Covid delay
03/25/2021 - Covid vaccine: AstraZeneca amends US vaccine efficacy results
03/25/2021 - Data, doubts and disputes: A timeline of AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine problems
03/25/2021 - Covid passports: What are different countries planning?
03/25/2021 - Biden will announce new Covid vaccine goal: 200 million shots within his first 100 days
03/26/2021 - Uruguayan sportscaster Alberto Sonsol dies of covid aged 63
03/26/2021 - Chile lockdown 86% of its population due to new strains of covid
03/26/2021 - GlaxoSmithKline requests emergency authorization from FDA for Covid antibody drug
03/26/2021 - CDC director warns of possible Covid surge as U.S. cases increase by 7%
03/26/2021 - Do you need to wear masks after Covid vaccine? New NIH-backed study hopes to answer that
03/26/2021 - Covid vaccine: Social media urged to remove 'disinfo dozen'
03/26/2021 - Covid dreams: Are yours set within the pandemic?
03/26/2021 - Dr. Vin Gupta slams Covid reopening policies of Arizona, Florida and Texas
03/26/2021 - German Covid Easter U-turn shakes Merkel's cool, calm image
03/27/2021 - Prayed To Maa Kali To Free World Of Covid: PM Visits Temple In Bangladesh
03/27/2021 - Butantan develops 100% Brazilian covid vaccine
03/27/2021 - Facebook freezes Maduro's page over Covid claim
03/27/2021 - Covid cases are rising and hospitalizations have plateaued even as vaccinations increase
03/27/2021 - India coronavirus: The high-risk young demanding Covid jabs
03/28/2021 - Mexico says country's true Covid death toll is 60% higher than official test-confirmed number
03/28/2021 - The U.S. is in a delicate position as Covid cases increase alongside vaccinations, experts warn
03/28/2021 - Covid: Barcelona hosts large gig after testing crowd
03/28/2021 - Rising Covid cases can't be blamed on variants alone as travel resumes, states lift restrictions: Fauci
03/28/2021 - "Premature" Easing Of Covid Curbs Boosts US Cases: Top Pandemic Advisor
03/28/2021 - Angela Merkel Urges German States To Get Tough With Covid Curbs
03/28/2021 - Doctors Issue Warning Over Rise In French Covid Intensive Care Patients
03/28/2021 - UN Chief Criticises Wealthy Countries For "Stockpile" Of Covid Vaccines
03/28/2021 - Covid: The pandemic's 'dramatic' effect on cancer care
03/29/2021 - Europe looks to contain spiraling Covid crisis, but it's 'Happy Monday' in the UK
03/29/2021 - U.S. Covid cases rising again as restrictions ease despite benefits from increased vaccinations
03/29/2021 - WHO Chief Says All Possible Covid Origins "Need Further Study"
03/29/2021 - One dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines was 80% effective in preventing Covid in CDC study
03/29/2021 - CDC chief warns U.S. headed for 'impending doom' as Covid cases rise again: 'Right now I'm scared'
03/29/2021 - After Imran Khan, Pakistan President Arif Alvi Tests Covid Positive
03/29/2021 - Fraudsters are laundering millions in Covid relief funds through online investment platforms
03/29/2021 - "Impending Doom": US Health Body Warns Of New Surge As Covid Cases Rise
03/29/2021 - Biden says 90% of U.S. adults will be eligible for Covid shots by April 19
03/29/2021 - Biden says states should reinstate mask mandates and wait to reopen businesses as Covid cases rise
03/29/2021 - 90% Of US Adults Will Be Eligible For Covid Shot by April 19: White House
03/29/2021 - Astrazeneca Covid Shots Not Recommended For Under 55s In Canada
03/29/2021 - Biden Ramps Up Covid Vaccinations But Warns "War Far From Won"
03/29/2021 - Covid Probably Came To Humans From Animals: WHO Experts
03/29/2021 - Covid: Brazil ministers replaced in major cabinet reshuffle
03/30/2021 - Double mutation of the Covid variant in India risks spreading to other countries, doctor says
03/30/2021 - Vaccines In A Race Against Time As US Warned Of Covid Spike
03/30/2021 - Vietnam Sentences Flight Attendant For Breaking Rules, Spreading Covid
03/30/2021 - Mutations could render current Covid vaccines ineffective in a year or less, epidemiologists warn
03/30/2021 - Covid: Italy introduces quarantine for EU travellers
03/30/2021 - IMF to raise global growth forecasts on U.S. stimulus and Covid vaccination progress
03/30/2021 - Pakistan PM Imran Khan "Fully Recovered" From Covid, Resumes Work
03/30/2021 - Covid: Germany warns against AstraZeneca for under-60s
03/30/2021 - Head of busiest U.S. port urges companies to pick up cargo more quickly to ease Covid congestion
03/30/2021 - Covid: Australia falls 85% short of vaccine delivery goal
03/31/2021 - Paraguay FM cries for US, Taiwan help with Covid vaccines
03/31/2021 - Germany suspends use of AstraZeneca's Covid shot for the under-60s, dealing another blow to drugmaker
03/31/2021 - Pfizer says Covid vaccine is 100% effective in kids ages 12 to 15
03/31/2021 - BioNTech-Pfizer Say Covid Vaccine 100% Effective On 12-15 Year Olds
03/31/2021 - U.S. Covid cases are on the rise as vaccination pace picks up amid expanded eligibility guidelines
03/31/2021 - End of a Covid era: Delta to stop blocking middle seats on May 1
03/31/2021 - Covid was third leading cause of death in U.S. last year, behind heart disease and cancer, CDC says
03/31/2021 - Beijing Did Share Covid Data With Investigators, Says Chinese Scientist
03/31/2021 - CDC director says Covid variant from U.K. is becoming predominant strain in many parts of the U.S.
03/31/2021 - Covid: France schools to close under third lockdown
03/31/2021 - Covid 19: Inside the BioNTech vaccine factory in Germany
03/31/2021 - U.S. begins testing Moderna's Covid vaccine booster shots for variant from South Africa
03/31/2021 - Inside Covid Vaccine Production At BioNTech's New Plant In Germany
03/31/2021 - Covid: Brisbane lockdown to end ahead of Easter weekend
03/31/2021 - US Plant Ruins 15 Million Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine Doses: Report
03/31/2021 - Covid vaccine manufacturers should work with poorer countries, says WTO chief
04/01/2021 - How travelers who test positive for Covid can (legally) fly home fast
04/01/2021 - Europe Covid Vaccine Rollout "Unacceptably Slow": WHO
04/01/2021 - Company at the heart of Johnson & Johnson's Covid vaccine woes has a series of citations
04/01/2021 - Covid: Europe's vaccine rollout 'unacceptably slow' - WHO
04/01/2021 - Pfizer Covid vaccine is 91% effective in updated data, protective against South African variant
04/01/2021 - WHO Covid report leaves many stones unturned
04/01/2021 - Covid: Will your pet need a coronavirus vaccine?
04/01/2021 - Made-In-India Covid Vaccines In Yemen A "Game Changer": UN Official
04/01/2021 - Covid: Tennis bodies urge hesitant players to get vaccine
04/01/2021 - Almost One In Seven Suffers Long Covid, UK Study Finds
04/02/2021 - Kamala Harris Applauds US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy Over Covid Efforts
04/02/2021 - Israeli developers announce 20-second covid detecting test they hope to see at airports
04/02/2021 - UK Adds Pakistan, 3 Other Nations To "Red List" Amid Rise In Covid Cases
04/02/2021 - India Covid: Maharashtra to go into lockdown unless cases fall
04/03/2021 - Covid vaccinations hit another record, average now above 3 million daily
04/04/2021 - UK To Trial "Covid Status Certification" At Mass Events
04/04/2021 - India Covid: Maharashtra state to see curfew and weekend lockdown
04/04/2021 - Pope calls on world to ensure Covid vaccines for poorer nations in Easter speech
04/04/2021 - U.S. puts J&J in charge of plant that botched Covid vaccine, removes AstraZeneca
04/04/2021 - Covid Greece: Waiting for the tourists to come back
04/04/2021 - Covid in Kenya: The woman who refuses to be defeated by the virus
04/05/2021 - Covid: Paris police probe 'secret luxury dinner parties'
04/05/2021 - How Dr. Scott Gottlieb protects his young kids on playdates before they can get Covid shots
04/05/2021 - Covid rule-breaker 'dies after exercise punishment'
04/05/2021 - Britain's PM Eases Covid Restrictions But Sounds Caution On Travel
04/05/2021 - Hedge fund names 3 investment themes to ride out the volatility from India's Covid resurgence
04/05/2021 - Covid Mutants Multiply As Scientists Race To Decode Variations
04/06/2021 - Qatar Airways CEO says Covid vaccines likely to be required for travel: 'This will be the trend'
04/06/2021 - Covid surge in South America as Brazil variant spreads
04/06/2021 - Biden to move deadline for states to open Covid vaccines to all U.S. adults to April 19
04/06/2021 - All Americans Eligible For Covid Vaccine, Biden To Announce Today
04/06/2021 - California plans to lift most Covid restrictions June 15, keep mask mandate
04/06/2021 - Covid: US rules out vaccine passports
04/06/2021 - Biden Announces All Adults In US Eligible For Covid Vaccine By April 19
04/06/2021 - Covid: Brazil has more than 4,000 deaths in 24 hours for first time
04/06/2021 - Covid Raises Risks for Mental, Neurological Disorders, Says Study: Lancet
04/06/2021 - US restaurants face ketchup packet shortage amid Covid pandemic
04/06/2021 - German finance chief says Covid surge shows now is not the time to reopen economy
04/07/2021 - Goldman Sachs downgrades India's growth forecast as Covid cases spike
04/07/2021 - Covid: Can Australia blame its vaccine woes on Europe?
04/07/2021 - Some people with long Covid say their symptoms ease after getting vaccine
04/07/2021 - Budweiser and other brands are urging people to get the Covid vaccine so we can return to normal
04/07/2021 - Op-ed: Stop saying Covid vaccine passport and learn from messaging missteps of the past
04/07/2021 - EU medicines regulator finds possible link between AstraZeneca Covid vaccine and blood clots
04/07/2021 - U.S. begins study assessing allergic reactions to Pfizer and Moderna Covid vaccines
04/07/2021 - Covid: Applause for 104-year-old Colombian who beat coronavirus - twice
04/07/2021 - Hospitals are seeing more young adults with severe Covid symptoms, CDC says
04/07/2021 - UK Covid Variant Now Most Common Strain In US: Top Health Body
04/07/2021 - Belgium Restricts AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine To Over 55s
04/07/2021 - New Zealand Suspends Entry Of Travellers From India Amid Covid Surge
04/08/2021 - "Not A Childish Prank": Students Bring False Covid Report To Bunk School
04/08/2021 - Employers should incentivize, not mandate, workers to get Covid vaccines, says Wharton professor
04/08/2021 - Researchers identify five new cases of 'double mutant' Covid variant in California
04/08/2021 - Covid patient receives world's first living donor lung transplant
04/08/2021 - Covid: Australia faces vaccine delays after changing AstraZeneca advice
04/08/2021 - South Korea Nightclubs, Karaoke Bars To Be Shut Amid Fourth Covid Wave
04/09/2021 - This PM Was Fined By Police Over Covid Rules Violation
04/09/2021 - A Dozen Bangkok Hospitals Suspend Covid Testing Amid Shortages
04/09/2021 - "No Adequate Data" On Changing Covid Vaccines Between Doses: WHO
04/09/2021 - U.S. small business closures are ticking back toward Covid pandemic highs
04/09/2021 - Health advisor to cruise lines describes how a Covid 'safe bubble' can be created on ships
04/09/2021 - Can you mix and match Covid vaccines? Here's what we know so far
04/09/2021 - Here's how much weight Americans gained during Covid, and here's how they're losing it
04/09/2021 - Gen Z and millennials twice as likely to delay a financial milestone during Covid
04/09/2021 - Pfizer Seeks Covid Vaccine Authorisation For 12-15 Year Olds In US
04/09/2021 - U.S. sees rising Covid cases associated with youth sports, CDC director says
04/09/2021 - Covid cases overwhelm Michigan health system, Gov. Whitmer urges residents to stay home
04/09/2021 - Trump officials bragged about pressuring CDC to alter Covid reports, emails reveal
04/09/2021 - South African artists struggle with Covid theatre closures
04/09/2021 - Brazil's Bolsonaro Blames "Judicial Activism" For Covid Probe
04/10/2021 - Covid: Over 100 Paris restaurant diners fined for violating rules
04/10/2021 - U.S. states face steep decline in J&J Covid vaccine amid production problems at Baltimore plant
04/10/2021 - Ecuador picks president under the shadow of Covid
04/10/2021 - Police Fine 100 At Underground Paris Restaurant For Flouting Covid Norms
04/10/2021 - China Mulls Mixing Different Covid Vaccines To Improve Efficacy Of Jabs
04/11/2021 - Brazil Now Has More Young Than Old Covid Patients In ICUs
04/11/2021 - Covid variant from South Africa was able to ‘break through’ Pfizer vaccine in Israeli study
04/11/2021 - "Need To Get To The Bottom Of This": Top US Diplomat On Covid Origin
04/11/2021 - China's Sinovac Cuts Risk Of Symptomatic Covid But 50% Effective: Study
04/12/2021 - Haridwar: Crowds surging at India's Kumbh Mela amid deadly Covid wave
04/12/2021 - Bangladesh To Shut Offices, Transport For 8 Days As Covid Cases Surge
04/12/2021 - India overtakes Brazil to become the second-worst hit country as Covid cases soar
04/12/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb believes Americans should have access to Covid 'vaccine passports'
04/12/2021 - WHO says Covid pandemic is growing 'exponentially' at more than 4.4 million new cases a week
04/12/2021 - CDC chief says Michigan should 'shut things down,' vaccinating alone won't stop Covid surge
04/12/2021 - Covid accelerates India's millionaire exodus
04/12/2021 - UK Covid Variant Not Linked To More Serious Infections: Study
04/12/2021 - Ireland To Limit AstraZeneca Covid Shot To Over-60s
04/13/2021 - South Korea Considers Use Of Covid Self-Test Kits Amid Fourth Wave Fears
04/13/2021 - Covid: Return to normality won't be a light switch moment, says Fauci
04/13/2021 - UK Covid Variant More Transmissible, But Doesn't Increase Severity: Study
04/13/2021 - J&J Covid shot pause will delay U.S. vaccination efforts, says Dr. Kavita Patel
04/13/2021 - Ramadan begins around the world amid Covid restrictions
04/13/2021 - Covid cases are rising in more than half of U.S. states, despite ramp up in vaccinations
04/13/2021 - Airline, travel stocks slip after U.S. recommends pause in J&J Covid vaccine
04/13/2021 - Lockdown, Not Vaccines, Behind Drop In UK COVID Deaths, British PM Warns
04/13/2021 - One Dead, Another Critical In US After J&J Covid Jab: Official
04/13/2021 - Muslims In Indonesia, Malaysia Start Ramzan With Covid Rules, Vaccines
04/13/2021 - India's Maharashtra state announces 15 days of tough new Covid measures
04/13/2021 - Risk of blood clots higher from Covid than J&J shot, says doctor who worked on other vaccine trials
04/13/2021 - Panicked patients call doctors as Covid vaccine hesitancy rises with J&J blood clot issue
04/13/2021 - Moderna says its Covid vaccine is more than 90% effective against virus six months after second shot
04/13/2021 - Covid: 'Israel may be reaching herd immunity'
04/13/2021 - Pfizer Says It Can Deliver 10% More Covid Vaccines By End Of May
04/13/2021 - IMF warns of a weaker economic recovery in Southeast Asia as Covid restrictions linger
04/14/2021 - Hundreds test positive for Covid at Hindu festival
04/14/2021 - Moderna hopes to have Covid booster shot for its vaccine ready by the fall, CEO says
04/14/2021 - CDC panel to debate use of J&J Covid vaccine after rare blood clot issue affects 6 women
04/14/2021 - British PM Boris Johnson Shortens India Visit As Covid Cases Spiral
04/14/2021 - Brazil Covid Variant Mutating, May Become More Dangerous: Study
04/14/2021 - White House says U.S. is working to accelerate doses of Pfizer, Moderna Covid vaccines
04/14/2021 - Open middle seats could reduce Covid exposure of maskless air travelers, CDC study shows
04/14/2021 - Top Biden Covid officials to discuss vaccine rollout with House after J&J shots paused
04/14/2021 - India coronavirus second wave: ‘A Covid tsunami we had never seen before’
04/15/2021 - Japanese official says canceling Tokyo Olympics remains an option if Covid worsens
04/15/2021 - India's second wave of Covid shows no signs of slowing as country reports over 200,000 new cases
04/15/2021 - Merck ends development of Covid drug it acquired from OncoImmune
04/15/2021 - As pandemic aid was rushed to Main Street, criminals seized on Covid relief programs
04/15/2021 - Pfizer CEO says third Covid vaccine dose likely needed within 12 months
04/15/2021 - Pfizer Defends High Cost Of Covid Vaccine
04/15/2021 - Chile sees Covid surge despite vaccination success
04/15/2021 - Cruise line CEOs met with White House Covid team, pressed for U.S. sailings to resume, sources say
04/16/2021 - "Strong Evidence" Covid Predominantly Spreads Through Air: Lancet
04/16/2021 - EU May Not Renew AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine Contract: French Minister
04/16/2021 - Covid infection rate is approaching the highest level so far, WHO chief warns
04/16/2021 - Angela Merkel Receives AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine
04/16/2021 - More young people are getting hospitalized as Covid variants spread. Here’s what we know
04/16/2021 - US Announces $1.7 Billion To Fight Covid Variants
04/16/2021 - China's Coronavac 80% Effective At Preventing Covid Deaths: Chile Results
04/16/2021 - China To Build More Bio Labs Amid Scrutiny Over Wuhan Facility On Covid
04/16/2021 - Covid: Canada sounds the alarm as cases overtake US
04/16/2021 - Covid: Michelin-starred Amsterdam restaurant's €20 takeaway burgers
04/16/2021 - Sputnik V: How Russia's Covid vaccine is dividing Europe
04/16/2021 - India's Kumbh festival attracts big crowds amid devastating second Covid wave
04/17/2021 - Double-Masking Can Be Potent To Protect People From Covid: Study
04/17/2021 - Trained Dogs Can Sniff Out Covid +ve Samples With 96% Accuracy: Study
04/17/2021 - Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause makes it tougher to immunize hard-to-reach populations against Covid
04/17/2021 - Covid in Brazil: Pandemic meets poverty in growing crisis
04/18/2021 - AstraZeneca Could Have Covid Vaccine Against Variant By End-2021: Report
04/18/2021 - Fauci says U.S. will likely resume use of J&J Covid vaccine with a warning or restriction
04/18/2021 - Half of U.S. adults have received at least one Covid shot in milestone for vaccination campaign
04/18/2021 - Covid Survivors May Need Just One Shot Of 2-Dose Vaccines, Say Studies
04/19/2021 - China is starting clinical trials of a Covid vaccine that can be inhaled
04/19/2021 - Chile has one of the world's best vaccination rates. Covid is surging there anyway
04/19/2021 - India coronavirus: Delhi announces lockdown as Covid cases surge
04/19/2021 - Britain Adds India To Travel 'Red List' After Covid Surge
04/19/2021 - CDC says fewer than 6,000 Americans have contracted Covid after being fully vaccinated
04/19/2021 - India Added To UK Covid 'Red List': What It Means
04/19/2021 - Greta Thunberg Backs Covid Vaccine Inequity Fight
04/19/2021 - Covid in Uttar Pradesh: Coronavirus overwhelms India's most populous state
04/20/2021 - IEA issues dire warning on carbon emissions, says Covid recovery anything but sustainable
04/20/2021 - Johnson & Johnson reports $100 million in quarterly sales from Covid vaccine
04/20/2021 - As covid relief money floods in, pandemic-battered cities see a chance to transform
04/20/2021 - Covid cases, vaccinations remain elevated as U.S. nears Biden's 200 million goal
04/20/2021 - Coronapas: The passport helping Denmark open up after Covid
04/21/2021 - Japan PM Cancels Trip To India, Philippines Amid Rising Covid Cases
04/21/2021 - FDA finds poor conditions at Baltimore plant that ruined millions of doses of J&J Covid vaccine
04/21/2021 - Biden to announce tax credit for businesses giving paid leave for Covid vaccinations and recovery
04/21/2021 - Germany Covid: MPs back new lockdown law as protest is broken up
04/21/2021 - Scientist who helped develop Pfizer-BioNTech Covid vaccine says third shot needed as immunity wanes
04/21/2021 - India Covid: Delhi high court criticises 'ridiculous' oxygen shortage
04/22/2021 - How to deal with pressure to go back into the office as Covid lockdowns ease
04/22/2021 - India reports record single-day jump in Covid cases, with more than 314,000 new infections
04/22/2021 - WHO Seeks Next Steps In Covid Origins Probe
04/22/2021 - Rich countries are refusing to waive the rights on Covid vaccines as global cases hit record levels
04/22/2021 - New Covid variant detected at Texas A&M lab shows signs of antibody resistance and severe illness
04/22/2021 - Covid Third Wave Peak "Appears To Behind Us": French PM
04/22/2021 - Fauci says people who get Covid between vaccine shots can get second dose soon after recovery
04/22/2021 - Surging Covid cases globally send medical supplier stocks higher in Singapore
04/23/2021 - Avoid Travel To India, Pak, Bangladesh, China: US To Citizens Amid Covid
04/23/2021 - Covid-19: India hospital fire kills 13 amid Covid oxygen crisis
04/23/2021 - India reports more than 330,000 new Covid cases, setting a fresh global record
04/23/2021 - India Covid crisis: Hospitals buckle under record surge
04/23/2021 - How two traders are approaching emerging markets as Covid cases surge in India, Brazil
04/23/2021 - Wedbush upgrades Imax, calls cinema stock a Covid recovery story and sees a 20% rally
04/23/2021 - U.S. Covid vaccinations slow as more states pass half of residents jabbed
04/23/2021 - MIT researchers say you're no safer from Covid indoors at 6 feet or 60 feet in new study
04/23/2021 - Canadian PM Justin Trudeau Gets First Dose Of AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine
04/23/2021 - India Covid crisis: Inside the Delhi hospital running low on beds and oxygen
04/23/2021 - CDC panel recommends the U.S. resume using J&J's Covid vaccine, saying benefits outweigh risks
04/23/2021 - CDC, FDA lift recommended pause on use of Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine
04/23/2021 - Tokyo Olympics: The challenges of training in a Covid pandemic
04/23/2021 - The U.S. may never achieve 'true herd immunity' to Covid, says Dr. Scott Gottlieb
04/23/2021 - India Covid crisis: Did election rallies help spread virus?
04/23/2021 - US Allows Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccination To Resume: Health Regulator
04/24/2021 - US To Work Closely With India On Essential Supplies During Covid Surge
04/24/2021 - India Covid surge: Hospitals send SOS as record deaths registered
04/24/2021 - New And More Potent Strain Of Covid Detected In Sri Lanka: Immunologist
04/24/2021 - First Case Of Indian Covid Variant Found In Switzerland: Health Authority
04/24/2021 - Covid: Man arrested after infecting 22 people in Majorca
04/24/2021 - Deaths climb as India reels from deadly Covid wave
04/24/2021 - Covid Vaccine Doses Pass One-Billion Mark As Global Cases Hit New Record
04/24/2021 - Iraq Covid hospital fire: At least 23 dead after 'oxygen tank explodes'
04/25/2021 - Covid: India sets another infection record as US shows concern
04/25/2021 - India Covid: Patients dying without oxygen amid Delhi surge
04/25/2021 - 82 Dead In Iraq Covid Hospital Fire, 110 Injured
04/25/2021 - Adobe's newest top executive explains how Covid pandemic changed his first year on the job
04/25/2021 - Bangladesh Seals Border With India Amid Record Surge In Covid Cases
04/25/2021 - Covid: Countries send aid to ease India's oxygen emergency
04/25/2021 - U.S. to give India raw materials for vaccines, medical supplies to help fight Covid surge
04/25/2021 - India Covid: 'A person cannot even die peacefully in Delhi'
04/25/2021 - India Covid: Patients struggle at home as hospitals choke
04/25/2021 - India's Moment Of Need: US Lawmakers Urge Biden To Help Amid Covid Surge
04/25/2021 - "Global Cooperation": Indian-American Doctor On Only Way To Address Covid
04/26/2021 - India Covid: Anger as Twitter ordered to remove critical virus posts
04/26/2021 - India reports record Covid cases for a fifth straight day with more than 350,000 new infections
04/26/2021 - Covid: Perth ends lockdown after Covid cases contained
04/26/2021 - Britain To Give Covid Vaccine Shots To Everyone Aged 44 Years And Above
04/26/2021 - France's Sanofi to help Moderna manufacture Covid shots
04/26/2021 - Peruvian vaccine scandal politician gets Covid
04/26/2021 - Covid: Google and Microsoft bosses pledge support to India
04/26/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb says it's now time to lift outdoor Covid mask requirements
04/26/2021 - EU Sues AstraZeneca Over Alleged Covid Vaccine Delivery Shortfall
04/26/2021 - Indian Covid Variant Found In Northern Italy
04/26/2021 - "Situation In India Is Beyond Heartbreaking": WHO Chief On Covid Crisis
04/26/2021 - U.S. to share 60 million doses of AstraZeneca Covid vaccine with other countries
04/26/2021 - Royal Caribbean halts hiring in India, suspends Indian crew assignments as Covid cases surge
04/26/2021 - Producer Ben Silverman: Covid closures won't kill theaters, as moviegoers like communal experience
04/26/2021 - India Covid: The messages deciding between life and death
04/26/2021 - Australia To Consider Halting Flights From India As Covid Cases Spike
04/26/2021 - Israel Examines Heart Inflammation Cases After Pfizer Covid Shot
04/27/2021 - India Covid: First UK aid arrives as coronavirus deaths mount
04/27/2021 - India's economy will likely contract this quarter as Covid cases soar, economists warn
04/27/2021 - Fiji Fears "Covid Tsunami" After Outbreak Found To Be Indian Variant
04/27/2021 - UK's Boris Johnson provokes fury over alleged 'let bodies pile high' Covid comments
04/27/2021 - "We Will Win Together": Macron's Message To India In Hindi On Covid Aid
04/27/2021 - Belgium Bans Arrivals From India, Brazil, South Africa Over Covid Variant
04/27/2021 - "No Sign" Of Infection After Barcelona Covid Concert Trial: Organisers
04/27/2021 - Pfizer's new at-home pill to treat Covid could be available by end of the year, CEO hopes
04/27/2021 - Covid: Brazil's Bolsonaro defiant as Congress launches inquiry
04/27/2021 - Vax Live: Harry and Meghan to join Covid vaccine concert
04/27/2021 - Canada Reports First Death Linked To AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine Shot
04/27/2021 - India Covid: 'Sister help us, doctor help us – you’re God'
04/27/2021 - One Dose Of Covid Vaccine Cuts Household Spread By Up To 50%: UK Study
04/27/2021 - Why India's Covid crisis matters to the whole world
04/27/2021 - Covid Risk Rises 50% If Passengers Board Planes Back To Front: Study
04/28/2021 - India reports record new cases and fatalities, official Covid death toll surpasses 200,000
04/28/2021 - Joe Biden Gets Outpour Of Bipartisan Support Over Covid Help To India
04/28/2021 - India's Covid crisis: 'I lost my unborn child and wife on the same day'
04/28/2021 - One dose of a Covid vaccine can almost halve transmission, study finds
04/28/2021 - Covid: Spain hopes for tourists as EU votes on digital passports
04/28/2021 - U.S. is averaging 2.7 million Covid vaccine shots per day, majority of states have half of adults jabbed
04/28/2021 - Pfizer, Moderna Covid vaccines 94% effective at preventing hospitalizations in elderly, CDC says
04/28/2021 - India Covid: Hospitals overwhelmed as deaths pass 200,000
04/28/2021 - Brazil Says Russian Covid Vaccine Carried Live Cold Virus
04/28/2021 - More Than 50 Million Covid Cases In Europe: Report
04/28/2021 - Covid in India: Sikh temple offers drive-through oxygen
04/28/2021 - Covid: Turkey prepares for its first full lockdown
04/28/2021 - Scientists Back Brazil Over Russian Covid Vaccine Import Ban
04/28/2021 - US To Send More Than $100 Million In Covid Supplies To India
04/29/2021 - Moderna Covid vaccine can remain stable at refrigerated temperatures for 3 months, company says
04/29/2021 - Moderna Says To Produce Up to 3 Billion Covid Vaccine Doses In 2022
04/29/2021 - India could soon have another locally developed vaccine as Covid crisis shows no signs of slowing
04/29/2021 - Young People Can Catch Covid Second Time: Lancet Study
04/29/2021 - EU Slams "Manipulation" Of Covid Vaccine Information By China, Russia
04/29/2021 - BioNTech Eyes Covid Vaccine For 12-15 Year Olds From June In Europe
04/29/2021 - Covid threat for Europe 'remains present,' WHO says despite falling infections
04/29/2021 - India Covid crisis: US tells citizens to leave the country
04/29/2021 - Italy Tightens Travel Rules; 23 Passengers From India Test Covid Positive
04/29/2021 - Covid: France aims to reopen except nightclubs by July
04/29/2021 - Brazil Defends Rejection Of Russian Covid Vaccine
04/29/2021 - Most U.S. companies will require proof of Covid vaccination from employees, survey finds
04/29/2021 - Covid: Brazil passes 400,000 deaths amid slow vaccination
04/29/2021 - Brazil's Covid Death Count Surpasses 4,00,000
04/29/2021 - BioNTech CEO confident Covid vaccine works against 'double mutant' strain identified in India
04/29/2021 - Pfizer Begins To Export US-Made Covid Shots: Report
04/29/2021 - India Covid: A nurse's story of fighting the virus
04/29/2021 - First Emergency Covid Relief Supplies From US Arrive: "Stand With India"
04/29/2021 - France Detects First Case Of Indian Covid Variant: Health Agency
04/29/2021 - India Covid: Delhi seeks more cremation space as deaths rise
04/29/2021 - Little Extra Weight Risks Severe Covid, Under-40s Most Impacted: Study
04/30/2021 - India reports record Covid cases again — with over 386,000 new infections
04/30/2021 - Euro zone economy contracts in the first quarter as Covid lockdowns bite
04/30/2021 - Russia Produces First Batch Of Covid Vaccine For Animals
04/30/2021 - Pfizer And BioNTech Seek Covid Vaccine Approval For 12-15 Year-Olds In EU
04/30/2021 - Covid vaccinations are slowing as supply outstrips demand. How states are targeting who's left
04/30/2021 - 100 Million People Fully Vaccinated Against Covid In US, Says White House
04/30/2021 - Fauci urges Americans against skipping second Covid shot, says it provides dramatic benefits
04/30/2021 - U.S. to restrict travel from India effective May 4 amid massive Covid surge
04/30/2021 - New York City indoor dining capacity to increase to 75% in May as Covid restrictions ease
04/30/2021 - WHO Lists Moderna Covid Vaccine For Emergency Use
04/30/2021 - India's Covid Situation Tragic, Committed Support To Them: Kamala Harris
04/30/2021 - Boeing Announces $10 Million Aid For India's Fight Against Covid
04/30/2021 - Covid: Pakistan fears 'Impending doom' threatens Pakistan
04/30/2021 - India's Covid vaccine shortage: The desperate wait gets longer
04/30/2021 - Covid: Australians could face jail or fines if they return from India
04/30/2021 - Covid Crisis In India "Very Serious", Cases Yet To Peak: US Official
04/30/2021 - Singapore warns of 'tougher action' if Covid infections spread wider
04/30/2021 - Heartbreaking To See Covid Overwhelm India's Health Systems: US Lawmakers
05/01/2021 - South Asians In UK At Greater Risk In Second Covid Wave: Study
05/01/2021 - Israel Bans Travel To India, Six Other Countries Amid Rise In Covid Cases
05/02/2021 - UK To Send 1,000 More Ventilators To India To Fight Covid: Report
05/02/2021 - Backlash after China Weibo post mocks India Covid crisis
05/02/2021 - UK In Last Lap In Fight Against Covid, Says Foreign Secretary
05/02/2021 - Gottlieb says Covid decline will accelerate, calls vaccination campaign 'monumental achievement'
05/02/2021 - U.S. to discuss wider Covid vaccine licensing as India calls to waive patent protections
05/02/2021 - India Covid: Inside Delhi's oxygen crisis
05/02/2021 - Brazil: Vaccinating the Amazon against Covid
05/03/2021 - UNICEF chief urges the world to help India ‘now’ as Covid cases soar
05/03/2021 - India accounts for 1 in 3 new Covid cases being recorded. Here is its second wave in 5 charts
05/03/2021 - Moderna, Sweden to provide Covid vaccines for the developing world
05/03/2021 - Greek Restaurants Reopen Terraces After 6-Month Shutdown Due To Covid
05/03/2021 - Covax Signs Deal For 500 Million Moderna Covid Vaccine Doses
05/03/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb: Here’s why it’s important, even for young Americans, to get second Covid shot
05/03/2021 - 2 in 5 American adults fully vaccinated as daily average of new Covid cases falls below 50,000
05/03/2021 - India Covid pandemic: Delhi calls for army help amid crisis
05/03/2021 - Denmark Bars Johnson & Johnson Vaccine From Covid Vaccination Programme
05/03/2021 - Florida Gov. DeSantis suspends Covid restrictions: 'We are no longer in a state of emergency'
05/03/2021 - WHO is closely monitoring 10 Covid variants as virus mutates around the world
05/03/2021 - Novavax Starts Covid Vaccine Trials On Children Aged Between 12-17 Years
05/03/2021 - New York To Resume 24-Hour Subway Services Halted A Year Back Over Covid
05/03/2021 - The Americans hesitant about the Covid vaccine
05/03/2021 - Samia Suluhu Hassan: Tanzania's new president challenges Covid denial
05/03/2021 - Covid in Varanasi: Anger rises as coronavirus rages in Modi's constituency
05/03/2021 - US Flights To India With Covid Supplies Delayed Till Tomorrow
05/04/2021 - India reports more than 357,000 new Covid cases as total crosses 20 million
05/04/2021 - Covid: Japan town builds giant squid statue with relief money
05/04/2021 - CVS Health earnings top estimates as Covid vaccinations, testing boost drugstore sales
05/04/2021 - Pfizer reports $3.5 billion in quarterly sales from Covid vaccine, raises outlook
05/04/2021 - Almost 20% of unvaccinated Americans still prefer J&J Covid vaccine after U.S. pause, survey shows
05/04/2021 - Pfizer scientist says elderly, those with health conditions to get Covid vaccine booster shots first
05/04/2021 - Biden's new Covid vaccination goal is for 70% of adults to have at least one shot by July 4
05/04/2021 - Joe Biden Wants 70% US Adults To Have First Covid Shot By July 4
05/04/2021 - Covid vaccine: Biden unveils plan to vaccinate young Americans
05/04/2021 - US To Vaccinate Low-Risk Teens As Covid Rages Globally
05/04/2021 - Covid cases at Everest base camp raise fears of serious outbreak
05/04/2021 - Behind South Africa's slow Covid vaccine rollout
05/04/2021 - Britain To Offer 3rd Covid Vaccine Shot To All Above 50 In Autumn: Report
05/04/2021 - Indonesian firm busted for reusing Covid nasal swab tests
05/05/2021 - India, home to the world's biggest producer of Covid vaccines, has a shortage of doses
05/05/2021 - Canada Authorizes Pfizer Covid Vaccine For Kids Age 12 And Up
05/05/2021 - Covid: Canada authorises Pfizer vaccine for children aged 12 to 15
05/05/2021 - CDC projects a surge in Covid cases through May due to variants before vaccinations drive a 'sharp decline'
05/05/2021 - Covid Indian Variant Detected In Kenya
05/05/2021 - Covid: Britons fly via Turkey to avoid costly quarantine
05/05/2021 - U.S. backs waiving patent protections for Covid vaccines, citing global health crisis
05/05/2021 - Moderna says Covid booster shot generates promising immune response against variants
05/05/2021 - US Backs Covid Vaccine Patent Waiver Plan Proposed By India, South Africa
05/05/2021 - Covid: US backs waiver on vaccine intellectual property
05/05/2021 - India’s worsening Covid crisis could spiral into a problem for the world
05/05/2021 - Curbs In Sydney As Officials Trace 'Mystery Case' Of Indian Covid Variant
05/05/2021 - India Covid: Government says 'double mutant' linked to surge
05/06/2021 - India reports over 412,000 new Covid cases as court demands plan to tackle oxygen shortage in Delhi
05/06/2021 - India Covid aid: Is emergency relief reaching those in need?
05/06/2021 - A health-care exec vowed to follow covid rules. Then he led a 153-person Grand Canyon hike, rangers say.
05/06/2021 - Bank of England sees UK growth surging over 7% this year on Covid vaccine rollout
05/06/2021 - Moderna says early data shows Covid vaccine is 96% effective in teens
05/06/2021 - Russia Approves Single-Dose Sputnik Light Covid Vaccine For Use
05/06/2021 - Covid: EU willing to discuss US-backed plan to waive vaccine patents
05/06/2021 - California's economy dodged a Covid budget bullet thanks to tech, but flight risk is real
05/06/2021 - Jim Cramer says investors can still take advantage of 'fast and furious' Covid recovery
05/06/2021 - Covid: Putin says Sputnik vaccines 'reliable as Kalashnikovs'
05/06/2021 - US Lawmakers Applaud Biden For Temporary Patent Waiver On Covid Vaccines
05/06/2021 - India's rich are not the only ones fleeing the Covid crisis on private jets, says CEO
05/06/2021 - Vermont Governor Offers Help To India In Fight Against Covid
05/06/2021 - Covid Outbreak Threatens Mount Everest Climbing Comeback Plans
05/07/2021 - Pfizer and BioNTech begin the process of seeking full U.S. approval for their Covid vaccine
05/07/2021 - India's Covid pandemic: Girl, 5, separated from family by Australia restrictions
05/07/2021 - UK Advises Under-40s Get Alternative To AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine
05/07/2021 - German call to ban 'Jewish star' at Covid demos
05/07/2021 - UK Labels Covid "Variant Of Concern" Linked To Travel From India
05/07/2021 - Pfizer, BioNTech Seeks Full US Approval For Covid Vaccine
05/07/2021 - WHO Approves China's Sinopharm Covid Vaccine For Emergency Use
05/07/2021 - Sinopharm: Chinese Covid vaccine gets WHO emergency approval
05/07/2021 - Leaked Data Reveals UK Concerned About 1 Indian Version Of Covid: Report
05/07/2021 - India's Covid crisis: Rural hospitals unable to cope as virus spreads
05/07/2021 - Covid cases are falling in 30 states with a third of Americans fully vaccinated
05/07/2021 - Pfizer CEO opposes U.S. call to waive Covid vaccine patents, cites manufacturing and safety issues
05/07/2021 - Philippines Covid surge throws country into disarray
05/07/2021 - Britain Free Of Covid By August, Says UK Vaccine Task Force Chief: Report
05/07/2021 - Anti-Inflammatory Drug Ibuprofen Does Not Worsen Covid Symptoms: Study
05/07/2021 - India's Covid crisis delivers a blow to brand Modi
05/07/2021 - Singapore Restricts Entry For Work Pass Holders Amid Covid Surge In India
05/08/2021 - India posts record daily rise in Covid deaths as case numbers surge
05/08/2021 - Indian-American Congresswoman Appeals To Raise Funds For India Amid Covid
05/08/2021 - Covid: Pakistan enters partial lockdown as Eid nears
05/08/2021 - Pope Francis backs Biden call to waive Covid vaccine patents
05/08/2021 - Covid: Macron calls on US to drop vaccine export bans
05/08/2021 - Junior doctors in India's Covid crisis: 'We've grown up really fast'
05/08/2021 - South Africa Reports 4 Cases Of India Covid Variant
05/09/2021 - Meghan voices concern about Covid's impact on women
05/09/2021 - Mandolin, meditation, and workouts: These three entrepreneurs made my Covid quarantine bearable
05/09/2021 - Covid: Dracula's castle in Romania offers tourists vaccine
05/09/2021 - Fauci says face masks could become seasonal after Covid pandemic
05/09/2021 - India Covid: Kumbh Mela pilgrims turn into super-spreaders
05/09/2021 - Dracula's Castle In Romania Lures Visitors With Free Covid Vaccine Shots
05/09/2021 - China To Set Up "Separation Line" On Mount Everest Over Covid Fears
05/10/2021 - Singapore's foreign minister says Covid won't go away completely, warns against complacency
05/10/2021 - Support From US For India, Covid Help Touches USD Half A Billion
05/10/2021 - Covid Vaccine Maker BioNTech To Build Factory In Singapore
05/10/2021 - Indian stocks remain resilient despite Covid surge as investors hang on and try to look longer term
05/10/2021 - EU leaders raise doubts over U.S. plan to waive Covid vaccine patents
05/10/2021 - London Launches $8.4 Million Tourism Campaign As Covid Restrictions Ease
05/10/2021 - U.S. Covid cases down 30% over past two weeks as country averages 2 million shots per day
05/10/2021 - India Covid: Dozens of bodies wash up on banks of Ganges river
05/10/2021 - WHO classifies triple-mutant Covid variant from India as global health risk
05/10/2021 - Australian Court Rejects Challenge To India Travel Ban Amid Covid Threat
05/10/2021 - FDA permits use of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid vaccine in kids ages 12 to 15
05/10/2021 - Covid: DR Congo in race against time to vaccinate people
05/10/2021 - WHO says India Covid variant of 'global concern'
05/11/2021 - Covid Cases Double In World's Most-Vaccinated Nation, Raising Concerns
05/11/2021 - WHO labels a Covid strain in India as a 'variant of concern' — here's what we know
05/11/2021 - Novavax shares sink after it again delays timelines for seeking regulatory approval for its Covid vaccine
05/11/2021 - Covid Antibodies Last 8 Months After Infection: Study
05/11/2021 - Average daily U.S. Covid cases fall below 40,000 for the first time since September
05/11/2021 - India Covid: Dozens more bodies wash up on Ganges river bank
05/11/2021 - U.S. official says Covid booster shots will also be free to the public
05/11/2021 - India coronavirus: 'My city is under siege from Covid'
05/11/2021 - As India halts vaccine exports, Nepal faces its own Covid crisis
05/11/2021 - US Doctors Watch Warily As Severe Covid Infections Target Children
05/12/2021 - "India Opened Up Prematurely" After 1st Covid Wave: Top US Health Adviser
05/12/2021 - French MPs Back Emmanuel Macron's Covid "Pass" After Changes
05/12/2021 - Computer Game Helps Health Workers Combat Covid Spread
05/12/2021 - Covid Catastrophe "Could Have Been Prevented": Independent Global Panel
05/12/2021 - Covid: Report finds serious failures in WHO and global response
05/12/2021 - CDC panel endorses Pfizer's Covid vaccine for use in teens, clearing way for shots to begin Thursday
05/12/2021 - CDC says 28 blood clot cases, 3 deaths may be linked to J&J Covid vaccine
05/12/2021 - Covid: The race to vaccinate the world
05/12/2021 - Waiving patents for Covid vaccines won't solve the 'need of the hour,' says Indian drugmaker
05/12/2021 - Shoot Your Shot: US State Offers $1 Million Covid Vaccine Lottery
05/12/2021 - Covid vaccine: Ohio lottery offers residents shot at $1m
05/13/2021 - Why Many Covid Experts Think Americans Can Ditch Their Masks Soon
05/13/2021 - Covid-19 live updates: Muslim world celebrates the end of Ramadan still under the covid cloud
05/13/2021 - Over A Quarter Of European Union Adults Would Refuse Covid Shot: Survey
05/13/2021 - UK 'Anxious' Over Spread Of India-Dominant Covid Variant: Boris Johnson
05/13/2021 - U.S. Covid cases fall further as Pfizer's vaccine is cleared for 12- to 15-year-olds
05/13/2021 - Covid: US relaxes mask guidance for fully vaccinated Americans
05/13/2021 - Disney parks took another hit from Covid, but loosening pandemic restrictions offer hope for rebound
05/13/2021 - India Covid: How law stops NGOs distributing essential aid
05/13/2021 - Covid crisis grips crowded Kolkata
05/13/2021 - Donuts And Hangouts: US Kicks Off Covid Vaccination For Teens
05/13/2021 - 'I have no food': What it's like to live inside Cambodia's Covid red zone
05/14/2021 - Brazil braces for renewed Covid surge as Bolsonaro faces inquiry over pandemic response
05/14/2021 - Surge Tests, Jab Measures As India-Dominant Covid Variant Spreads In UK
05/14/2021 - Covid cases mean Australia repatriation flight from India not full
05/14/2021 - Covid: Greece ends lockdown measures and opens to tourists
05/14/2021 - Nepal Crematoriums Swamped As Number Of Covid Deaths Increase
05/14/2021 - New CDC mask guidance may spur more Americans to get Covid vaccine, says Dr. Scott Gottlieb
05/14/2021 - Covid: Delay child vaccinations and share jabs with Covax, says WHO
05/14/2021 - Covid variant from India more transmissible and threatens England lockdown easing, Boris Johnson says
05/14/2021 - India's Covid Situation Hugely Concerning, Says WHO Chief
05/14/2021 - US Issues New Warning On Domestic Extremism As Covid Rules Eased
05/15/2021 - Covid: First Australian repatriation flight from India lands in Darwin
05/15/2021 - Covid economy: What economists got right (and wrong)
05/16/2021 - Covid: Taiwan orders toughest curbs amid infections spike
05/16/2021 - India's Covid crisis hits Covax vaccine-sharing scheme
05/17/2021 - Covid Is Airborne, Scientists Say. Now Authorities Think So, Too
05/17/2021 - UK eases lockdown but Covid variant from India threatens summer freedom
05/17/2021 - Sanofi, GSK Say Covid Vaccine Shows Positive Result
05/17/2021 - Thailand: Record number of Covid cases as prison clusters grow
05/17/2021 - Singapore and Hong Kong to postpone travel bubble again as Covid cases rise
05/17/2021 - UK Covid Restrictions Eased, Boris Johnson Urges "Heavy Dose Of Caution"
05/17/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb says 'nobody is going to be wearing' Covid masks by June
05/17/2021 - U.S. Covid cases, deaths fall further amid easing of mask requirements
05/17/2021 - World Economic Forum Cancels 2021 Annual Meeting In Singapore Over Covid
05/17/2021 - Covid in India: Tracing a family’s fight to save a father
05/17/2021 - Covid nurse in Nepal: 'I don't care about my pain'
05/17/2021 - India's Covid crisis exposes deep-rooted problems in public health after years of neglect
05/17/2021 - Will Keep Providing Assistance To India In Fight Against Covid: US
05/17/2021 - US To Share Extra 20 Million Covid Vaccine Doses With Other Countries
05/17/2021 - UK Says More Than 2,300 Infected With India-Dominant Covid Strain
05/18/2021 - Covid variant from India could be dominant in the UK 'in a matter of days,' posing unknown dangers
05/18/2021 - Singapore approves Covid vaccine for children aged 12 to 15 as cases surge
05/18/2021 - Inflation, not Covid, is now the biggest 'tail risk' for markets, Bank of America survey says
05/18/2021 - From employer mandates to TV ads: What full FDA approval could mean for Covid vaccines
05/18/2021 - Singapore Covid Variant Affecting Children? What We Know So Far
05/18/2021 - CDC study finds disparities in Covid vaccine rates between rural and urban areas
05/18/2021 - Top FDA official says fully vaccinated people could need Covid booster shots within a year
05/18/2021 - Sudan Bans Travellers From India, Imposes Other Covid Restrictions
05/18/2021 - India's holiest river is swollen with Covid victims
05/18/2021 - Veteran investor Mark Mobius likes India stocks despite the country's Covid crisis
05/18/2021 - US Vaccines Effective Against Covid Variant Found In India: Top Officials
05/18/2021 - Covid: France to reopen bars and restaurants as lockdown eases
05/19/2021 - Covid Conspiracy Theories, Inspired From US, Take Root In Europe
05/19/2021 - "Learn From History": WHO Top Scientist Over Covid Management
05/19/2021 - Canadian lab seeks volunteers in Argentina to test new covid vaccine
05/19/2021 - Some students protest as more colleges move to require Covid vaccines
05/19/2021 - Op-ed: Olympic organizers should mandate Covid vaccines for athletes and fans at Tokyo Games
05/19/2021 - Tip-offs, Cold Calls: How Germans Are Hustling For A Covid Shot
05/19/2021 - Eurovision: Iceland out of live shows due to Covid
05/19/2021 - Covid vaccines: Malawi incinerates thousands of expired doses
05/19/2021 - Covid outbreaks in Asia could hit supply chains and raise U.S. inflation, says expert
05/19/2021 - Long-Haul Covid Symptoms Now Hitting Those Under 20 In US
05/20/2021 - New Zealand's economic recovery from Covid is 'better than expected,' says deputy prime minister
05/20/2021 - Singapore orders Facebook and Twitter to correct false claim about a 'new' Covid variant
05/20/2021 - Britain's Prince William Gets First Dose Of Covid Vaccine
05/20/2021 - U.S. reports fewer than 30,000 Covid cases for five straight days
05/20/2021 - Vaccines Stop Covid Variants But Overseas Travel Still Unsafe: WHO
05/20/2021 - New Covid Testing Method Gives Result In 1 Second, Say Scientists: Report
05/20/2021 - The CDC's mask guidelines could actually increase risk of spreading Covid at work, scientists say
05/20/2021 - India Covid: Dying mother's final message
05/20/2021 - Sri Lanka: Covid increases China influence in India's backyard
05/20/2021 - Covid: Why has Seychelles seen rising case numbers?
05/21/2021 - As Covid mutations spread, will herd immunity ever be possible?
05/21/2021 - 2 AstraZeneca Doses Give Up to 90% Protection From Covid Symptoms: UK
05/21/2021 - South Korea's president could be under pressure to seek Biden's help on Covid vaccines
05/21/2021 - Thailand Reports First 15 Local Cases Of India-Dominant Covid Variant
05/21/2021 - Thailand Sees First Local Cases Of India-Dominant Covid Variant
05/21/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb says vaccinations are not the only factor driving U.S. Covid cases down
05/21/2021 - Covid Vaccines: Could they be magnetic?
05/22/2021 - Covid vaccine passports: Everything we know so far
05/22/2021 - Covid: Argentina starts new lockdown as cases soar
05/22/2021 - Covid: India tells social media firms to remove 'India variant' from content
05/22/2021 - Centre Allows Covid Vaccination Of Family Members, Dependents At Workplace
05/23/2021 - Two COVID shots effective against India variant, English health body says
05/23/2021 - U.S. Covid cases hit lowest level since June as nation looks toward Memorial Day, summer travel
05/23/2021 - SoftBank's Masayoshi Son expresses concern about Tokyo Olympics as Covid surges in Japan
05/23/2021 - Wuhan Lab Staff Sought Hospital Care Before Covid Outbreak: Report
05/23/2021 - India records 300,000 Covid deaths as pandemic rages
05/23/2021 - Covid Shots Are All Highly Protective Against Death, Study Shows
05/24/2021 - Japan Considers Zero-Spectator Olympics Amid Backlash Over Covid Surge
05/24/2021 - Japan mass vaccinations begin in Tokyo and Osaka amid Covid surge
05/24/2021 - Rising debt in emerging markets could push back Covid recovery, widen gap with developed world
05/24/2021 - Pressure To Accept China Vccines Intensifies Amid Covid Surge In Taiwan
05/24/2021 - Covid-19 live updates: India records total covid deaths of 300,000 — third country in the world to do so
05/24/2021 - Two doses of Covid vaccines provide effective protection against variant found in India: Study
05/24/2021 - Indian couple holds mid-air wedding 'to escape Covid restrictions'
05/24/2021 - Gottlieb says there's growing circumstantial evidence that Covid may have originated in a lab
05/24/2021 - Nine states have 70% of adults at least partially vaccinated against Covid
05/24/2021 - China Denies Claim Of Illness At Wuhan Lab Before Covid Outbreak In 2019
05/24/2021 - Can't Confirm Report On Covid Origins, Need More Information: White House
05/24/2021 - Foreign Minister, US Secretary Of State To Discuss Covid, Quad
05/24/2021 - Manufacturing could return to China, as Covid cases spike in India and Vietnam
05/24/2021 - Indians turn to social media for help as Covid crisis overwhelmed the health-care system
05/24/2021 - Tata Steel to continue salaries for Covid victims' families in India
05/24/2021 - India isn't the only one. Covid cases are rising at record levels in these places too
05/25/2021 - Moderna says its Covid vaccine is 100% effective in teens, plans to seek FDA OK in early June
05/25/2021 - Ramdev: Doctors furious over yoga guru's insulting Covid remark
05/25/2021 - Moderna Says Covid Vaccine "Highly Effective" In Adolescents
05/25/2021 - Half of U.S. adults will be fully vaccinated against Covid by end of Tuesday, White House says
05/25/2021 - Half Of All US Adults Fully Vaccinated Against Covid, Says White House
05/25/2021 - UK Issues Localised Directions To Tackle Covid Strain Found In India
05/25/2021 - Covid: Hong Kong could end up throwing away unused jabs
05/25/2021 - White House officials say China hasn't been 'completely transparent' in Covid origin investigation
05/25/2021 - US urges 'transparent' WHO inquiry into Covid origins
05/25/2021 - India-Dominant Covid Variant Found In At Least 53 Territories: WHO
05/25/2021 - Covid Long-Haulers Baffle Doctors With Symptoms Going On and On
05/25/2021 - Malaysia now has more Covid cases per million people than India
05/26/2021 - "Let Us Together Overcome Global Threats, Including Covid": Dalai Lama
05/26/2021 - Dogs can be trained to detect Covid 19 infections even with asymptomatic patients, UK research
05/26/2021 - Magallanes Region on Monday reported 59 new Covid 19 cases
05/26/2021 - CDC director urges caution over Memorial Day weekend for those not vaccinated as U.S. Covid cases, deaths fall
05/26/2021 - Mounting pressure on Beijing to allow a second team to track the source of Covid 19 in China
05/26/2021 - US Health Secretary Calls For "Transparent" Covid Origins Probe Phase 2
05/26/2021 - Covid: Russia starts vaccinating animals
05/26/2021 - India-Dominant Covid Variant Found In At Least 53 Territories: WHO
05/26/2021 - Joe Biden Orders Intelligence Report On Covid Origins Within 90 Days
05/26/2021 - UK PM's Ineptitude Led To Tens Of Thousands Of Covid Deaths, Says Ex-Aide
05/26/2021 - Covid: Biden orders intelligence report on virus origin
05/26/2021 - Politicising Covid Origins Hampers Investigations: China's Embassy In US
05/26/2021 - Millions In Australia's Second City Ordered Into Snap Covid Lockdown
05/27/2021 - William Shakespeare, Second In UK To Get Covid Vaccine, Dies Of Stroke
05/27/2021 - Sanofi And GSK Launch Final Testing Phase Of New Covid Vaccine
05/27/2021 - China Slams Biden's Push For Covid Origin,Says US's "Dark History" Known
05/27/2021 - Covid: China hits back as US revisits Wuhan lab leak theory
05/27/2021 - U.S. Covid cases down more than 50% since start of May as the country averages 1.7 million daily vaccine shots
05/27/2021 - Covid: France bans non-essential travel from UK
05/27/2021 - France Reimposes Strict Covid Curbs On Travel From UK
05/27/2021 - FDA official says heart issue possibly linked to Covid vaccines is rare, would inoculate own kids
05/27/2021 - The teenagers fighting India's deadly Covid crisis
05/27/2021 - China's stonewall of Covid origin probe prompted Biden to reveal latest intel review
05/27/2021 - 2 Vaccines From China's Sinopharm Successfully Contained Covid: Study
05/27/2021 - Lab Or Human Contact? US Intelligence Community Divided On Covid Origin
05/28/2021 - Japan To Be Under Covid State of Emergency Until Month Before Olympics
05/28/2021 - India's Covid Rise Led To Shortfall Of 190 Million Doses: COVAX Statement
05/28/2021 - Australia's Covid Success Under Threat As Melbourne Goes Into Lockdown
05/28/2021 - Family Planning in Latin America threatened as women and pregnant mothers prove most vulnerable to Covid
05/28/2021 - In the UK, cases of the Covid variant identified in India have doubled in one week
05/28/2021 - Greece Ready To Use Covid Pass Before July To Save Summer: PM Mitsotakis
05/28/2021 - Japan Extends Covid Emergency Until June 20, A Month Before Olympics
05/28/2021 - UK Approves Single Shot Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine
05/28/2021 - No Timeline Yet For New Covid Origins Probe: WHO
05/28/2021 - Nearly half of Americans have at least one vaccine shot as Covid case counts fall further
05/28/2021 - Covid: EU approves Pfizer-BioNTech jab for 12-15 year olds
05/28/2021 - WHO says Covid origin investigation is being 'poisoned by politics'
05/28/2021 - Covid Origins Probe "Being Poisoned By Politics": WHO
05/29/2021 - China Locks Down Neighbourhood In City Near Hong Kong After Covid Surge
05/29/2021 - Brazil: Protesters blame Bolsonaro for Covid crisis
05/29/2021 - Covid: Vietnam detects new UK-Indian variant, health officials say
05/29/2021 - Thousands Protest In Brazil Against President Bolsonaro's Covid Response
05/29/2021 - Vietnam Detects New Covid Variant, Hybrid Of Strains Found In India, UK
05/30/2021 - Italy Extends Covid Travel Ban For India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka
05/30/2021 - U.S. Covid cases near pandemic low as travel picks up for Memorial Day weekend
05/30/2021 - "Covid Has No Credible Natural Ancestor," Says Study Amid Lab Controversy
05/30/2021 - British Intelligence Believes Covid Lab Leak Theory "Feasible": Report
05/30/2021 - Boris Johnson Urges G7 Summit Over Covid "Vaccine Passports"
05/30/2021 - Malaysia stocks down 1% as country heads for 'total' Covid lockdown
05/30/2021 - Nepali billionaire says the country underestimated its second Covid wave
05/30/2021 - Covid Cases in Australia's Victoria At 51, Situation "Incredibly Serious"
05/30/2021 - Brazil's Serrana Sees 95% Drop In Covid Cases As All Adults Vaccinated
05/31/2021 - Wellness expert Deepak Chopra left 'heartbroken' by India's devastating Covid crisis
05/31/2021 - South Africa races to halt third Covid wave as its economic outlook improves
05/31/2021 - As Covid rages on, India is expected to report a 1% growth in the quarter ending March
05/31/2021 - Singapore's Covid restrictions may be relaxed after June 13 if situation improves
05/31/2021 - France Opens Covid Vaccination For All Adults Amid New Variants Threat
05/31/2021 - Covid: WHO renames UK and other variants with Greek letters
05/31/2021 - Covid: Peru more than doubles death toll after review
05/31/2021 - EU, UK Raise Doubts About Covid Vaccine Patent Waiver
05/31/2021 - Peru Covid Deaths Doubled After Revision, Hit Grim Global Record
05/31/2021 - Still in the throes of Covid, India emerges as one of Asia's top stock markets in May
05/31/2021 - Malaysia Imposes Covid Lockdown Amid South East Asian Virus Surge
06/01/2021 - China's Sinovac Shot Controls Covid In Brazil Town After 75% Covered
06/01/2021 - Israel Eases Covid Restrictions After Mass Vaccination
06/01/2021 - Brazil Covid: Deaths plunge after town's adults vaccinated
06/01/2021 - Moderna applies for full FDA approval of its Covid vaccine
06/01/2021 - UK Scientists Urge Caution Over Lockdown End Amid Covid Third Wave Fears
06/01/2021 - WHO Approves China's Sinovac Covid Vaccine For Emergency Use
06/01/2021 - Covid: China's Sinovac vaccine gets WHO emergency approval
06/01/2021 - Big Pharma lobbyists launch campaign against Biden over Covid vaccine patent waiver
06/01/2021 - Pregnant and unprotected: Indian mothers-to-be living in fear of Covid
06/01/2021 - Only One Strain Of Covid Variant Found In India Is Now "Of Concern": WHO
06/01/2021 - Covid Lockdown In Australia's Melbourne Extended By A Week
06/02/2021 - Wrong stats!! Peru doubles its official Covid 19 death toll, 69,342 to 180,764
06/02/2021 - Israel Finds Probable Link Between Pfizer Covid Shot, Myocarditis
06/02/2021 - Israel To Expand Covid Vaccine Rollout To 12-15 Age Group
06/02/2021 - US To Announce Details Of Global Distribution Of 80 Million Covid Shots
06/02/2021 - "Get A Shot, Have A Beer": Biden's Push To Boost Covid Vaccination Rate
06/03/2021 - Pot-Banging Protests Erupt In Brazil As 2,507 Die Of Covid In A Day
06/03/2021 - Coronavirus: Germany fights trade in fake Covid vaccine certificates
06/03/2021 - Daily U.S. Covid case counts remain below 20,000 as country averages 1.1 million vaccine shots per day
06/03/2021 - NIH scientists say they may have found a promising new oral antiviral drug for Covid
06/03/2021 - "Rapid Action Needed": US Lawmakers On Global Covid Vaccine Sharing Plan
06/03/2021 - India places advance order for new Covid vaccine
06/04/2021 - Malaysia's Covid lockdown puts 'a lot of pressure' on government finances, says minister
06/04/2021 - Australia Detects Covid Variant That Caused Second Wave In India
06/04/2021 - Mission: Impossible 7 halts UK filming due to positive Covid tests
06/04/2021 - Malaysia Warns Of Rising Covid Deaths, Cases Among Children
06/04/2021 - Pfizer Jab Has 5 Times Less Antibodies Against Covid Delta Variant: Study
06/04/2021 - United offers flight attendants, pilots extra pay for proof of Covid vaccination
06/04/2021 - US Lawmakers Ask Joe Biden For Equitable Administration Of Covid Vaccines
06/04/2021 - Belgium's Van Ranst: Covid scientist targeted by a far-right sniper
06/05/2021 - Fauci's 2,000 emails a day show how little U.S. officials knew in the early days of Covid pandemic
06/05/2021 - Looking At Options For Planned End To Lockdown: UK After Covid Surge
06/05/2021 - Russia Only Country Ready To Transfer Covid Vaccine Technology: Putin
06/05/2021 - United will require new employees to show proof of Covid vaccine, following Delta
06/05/2021 - Donald Trump Urges Nations To Demand Reparations From China Over Covid
06/06/2021 - Covid: Twitter suspends Naomi Wolf after tweeting anti-vaccine misinformation
06/06/2021 - 'My foggy glasses solution helped me through Covid'
06/07/2021 - Send India More Covid Medical Aid: US Lawmakers Urge Biden Administration
06/07/2021 - Unlocking: India states start reopening amid dip in Covid cases
06/07/2021 - Major Chinese city battles Delta Covid variant first detected in India with lockdowns, mass testing
06/07/2021 - Moderna Seeks Approval Of Covid Vaccine For Teens In Europe, Canada
06/07/2021 - U.S. reports fewer than 15,000 Covid cases per day, averaging about 1 million daily vaccinations
06/07/2021 - Can't Force China To Give More Information On Covid Origins: WHO
06/07/2021 - UK Expands Covid Vaccination Programme To All Above 25
06/07/2021 - Covid vaccines: Unicef asks G7 countries to donate now or risk wasting jabs
06/07/2021 - Will Continue To Press China To Be Transparent On Covid: US Top Official
06/08/2021 - U.S. reportedly concluded Covid virus may have leaked from Wuhan lab
06/08/2021 - Fauci says U.S. must vaccinate more people before Delta becomes dominant Covid variant in America
06/08/2021 - US Eases Travel Warning Over Covid Including To Olympics Host Japan
06/08/2021 - US' Washington State Offers Free Marijuana To Encourage Covid Vaccination
06/08/2021 - US, Japan Covid Aid Aims To Check China Influence In Indo-Pacific: Taiwan
06/08/2021 - Free Hugs: Does Covid mean the end of hugging strangers?
06/08/2021 - Have more young people had Covid in India’s second wave?
06/08/2021 - Why Covid has made it harder for young women to get jobs
06/08/2021 - The Brazilian doctor offering fake Covid drugs for social media likes
06/09/2021 - In China's new Covid hotspot, police detain those who violate virus prevention measures
06/09/2021 - Aspirin does not improve survival chances for hospitalized Covid patients, British study finds
06/09/2021 - Singapore Finds Delta Most Prevalent Among Covid Variants Locally
06/09/2021 - France and Belgium loosen Covid restrictions for summer
06/09/2021 - Covid: What do we know about global youth unemployment?
06/09/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb says 'more dangerous' Covid variant unlikely a major risk to U.S. until fall
06/09/2021 - Half of Americans 12 and older are fully vaccinated as daily Covid case counts remain below 15,000
06/09/2021 - J&J CEO says Covid vaccine will come with annual flu shot for next several years as variants spread
06/09/2021 - Fauci blasts 'preposterous' Covid conspiracies, accuses critics of 'attacks on science'
06/09/2021 - U.S. to buy 500 million Pfizer Covid vaccines to share globally, source says
06/09/2021 - If Covid Trends Continue, Could Be Years Before Virus Controlled: US Body
06/09/2021 - Biden To Announce Major Covid Vaccine Sharing Plan Ahead Of G7 Summit
06/09/2021 - U.S. is in discussions with Moderna on buying Covid vaccine doses for other nations
06/09/2021 - Covid in India: The mother and son feeding Mumbai's poor
06/09/2021 - Global Trade Body Takes First Step In Patent Waiver Talks For Covid Jabs
06/09/2021 - US, European Union To Commit To End Disputes, Seek Progress On Covid Study
06/10/2021 - The U.S. will be a 'formidable competitor' to China in Covid vaccine diplomacy, professor says
06/10/2021 - India reports more than 6,000 daily Covid deaths — highest ever in the world
06/10/2021 - Singapore to start easing Covid restrictions as daily infections fall
06/10/2021 - Global Airline Body Says Covid 'Travel Pass' App To Go Live In Weeks
06/10/2021 - WHO Issues Covid Warning To European Travellers Ahead Of Summer Travels
06/10/2021 - Moderna asks FDA to clear Covid vaccine for adolescents 12 to 17
06/10/2021 - US To Donate 500 Million Pfizer Covid Vaccine Doses To 100 Poor Nations
06/10/2021 - G7 To Provide 1 Billion Covid Vaccine Doses "To World" By 2023: UK
06/10/2021 - Bitcoin conference attendees report testing positive for Covid after returning from Miami
06/10/2021 - As Covid deepens inequality, questions rise on whether technology can narrow the gap
06/11/2021 - G-7 leaders to pledge 1 billion doses of Covid vaccines to low-income nations
06/11/2021 - UK Says Delta Variant 60% More Transmissible Amid Rise In Covid Cases
06/11/2021 - Sweden Sees "Dark Clouds" With Outbreaks Of Covid Delta Variant
06/11/2021 - Dr. Gottlieb: Rare heart inflammation cases shouldn't stop young people from getting Covid shots
06/11/2021 - The FDA reportedly forces J&J to scrap about 60 million doses of its Covid vaccine
06/11/2021 - Royal Caribbean says no change to sailing plans despite Covid cases on Celebrity ship
06/11/2021 - Covid: Celebrity Millennium cruise guests test positive for virus
06/11/2021 - Covid Vaccine Access Needed "Thoughout World": European Medicines Agency
06/11/2021 - UK Covid Heroes Dominate Queen Elizabeth's Annual Birthday Honours List
06/11/2021 - China Brands Covid Lab-Leak Theory As "Absurd", US Urges Transparency
06/11/2021 - Covid: Is there a limit to how much worse variants can get?
06/12/2021 - Delta Variant Covid Cluster Detected At French School
06/12/2021 - "We Need More": UN Joins Criticism Of G7 Global Covid Vaccine Pledge
06/12/2021 - G7 Leaders Take On China, Covid And Climate
06/13/2021 - Covid spike delays return of Lumumba's remains
06/13/2021 - South Africa Pulls 2 Million Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine Doses
06/13/2021 - Biden: US could 'work with Russia' over Covid, cyber crime and conflict
06/13/2021 - G7: World leaders promise one billion Covid vaccine doses for poorer nations
06/13/2021 - India coronavirus: 'I lost my father and pregnant wife to Covid'
06/14/2021 - Novavax says its Covid vaccine is 90% effective, plans to submit data to FDA in third quarter
06/14/2021 - Covid Vaccine More Than 90 Per Cent Effective: Novavax
06/14/2021 - Delta Variant Doubles Risk Of Covid Hospitalization: Study
06/14/2021 - England Delays Covid Reopening For Four Weeks: UK's Boris Johnson
06/14/2021 - Another shipping crisis looms on Covid fears in southern China
06/14/2021 - Chinese Scientist At Center Of Covid Storm Denies Lab Leak Theory: Report
06/15/2021 - Masks Off, Gowns On: Wuhan Sheds Covid For Mass Graduation
06/15/2021 - AstraZeneca's Antibody Cocktail Fails to Prevent Covid: Study
06/15/2021 - NY lifts most Covid restrictions 'effective immediately' with 70% of adults with at least one vaccine shot
06/15/2021 - More than 600,000 people have died from Covid in the U.S. as officials race to vaccinate more people
06/15/2021 - Covid: US death toll passes 600,000 as vaccination rate slows
06/15/2021 - US Covid Death Count Crosses 6,00,000, New York Drops Curbs
06/15/2021 - US Tops 600,000 Covid Deaths, New York And California Drop Curbs
06/15/2021 - Republicans Introduce Bill To Fire Dr Fauci, Face Of US Covid Response
06/15/2021 - A Fifth Of Asymptomatic Covid Patients Develop Long Covid: Study
06/16/2021 - China's new Covid hotspot reports zero new cases for the first time since latest outbreak
06/16/2021 - Regeneron antibody 'cocktail' can save lives in hospitalized Covid patients, study finds
06/16/2021 - 2 Covid Vaccines For Young Children Show Promise In Early Trials: Study
06/16/2021 - France To Lift Outdoor Mask Mandate Tomorrow, Covid Curbs To End Sunday
06/16/2021 - US Buying 200 Million More Doses Of Moderna Covid Vaccine
06/16/2021 - Antibody Drug Cuts Deaths From Some Severe Covid Patients: Study
06/16/2021 - WHO says delta Covid variant has now spread to 80 countries and it keeps mutating
06/16/2021 - Africa's Covid patients 'dying from lack of oxygen'
06/16/2021 - China’s economy has not recovered 100% from Covid, says former central bank advisor
06/16/2021 - Covid causes new environmental dilemma for India’s Ganges River
06/16/2021 - China Disease Expert Says Covid Origins Probe Should Shift To US: Report
06/17/2021 - US Medical Body Classifies Covid Delta Variant As A "Variant Of Concern"
06/17/2021 - Giant Buddhist statue gets Covid face mask in Japan
06/17/2021 - The fast-spreading delta Covid variant could have different symptoms, experts say
06/17/2021 - India Covid pandemic: Girl, 5, reunited with mother in Australia
06/17/2021 - Sen. Warren presses major pharma trade group on efforts to block Covid vaccine patent waivers
06/17/2021 - President Biden's Fourth of July Covid vaccination goals are in jeopardy
06/17/2021 - US Announces $3.2 Billion Plan To Develop Covid Antiviral Treatments
06/17/2021 - Over 10,000 Daily UK Covid Cases For First Time In 4 Months
06/17/2021 - The Gurkha veterans fighting for Covid care in Nepal
06/17/2021 - Are Asia's Covid 'winners' entering shaky new territory?
06/17/2021 - Alarming Covid surge cools Russia’s football fever
06/17/2021 - New Covid study hints at long-term loss of brain tissue, Dr. Scott Gottlieb warns
06/17/2021 - Moving around China has changed since Covid — and the changes may be permanent
06/17/2021 - Tokyo Olympics To Be Weirdest Ever For Athletes In Covid Bubble
06/17/2021 - Double-Lung Transplants Rise After Covid 'Honeycombs' Organs: Study
06/18/2021 - US Says Delivered 1 Million Covid Vaccine Doses To Canada On Thursday
06/18/2021 - Record number of displaced people despite Covid: UN refugee agency
06/18/2021 - Singapore slows the pace of reopening as Covid cases haven't declined significantly
06/18/2021 - Five years before a vaccine can 'hold the line' against Covid variants, England's medical chief says
06/18/2021 - Israel To Provide 1 Million Pfizer Covid Vaccine Doses To Palestinians
06/18/2021 - UK Opens Up Covid Vaccines To All Adults In "Final Push'' For Protection
06/18/2021 - Covid: Israel to send one million vaccines to Palestinians in swap deal
06/18/2021 - Delta Variant Represents Almost 90% Of New Moscow Covid Cases: Mayor
06/18/2021 - Delta Variant Accounts For Nearly 90% Of New Covid Cases In Moscow: Mayor
06/18/2021 - Delta COVID Variant Becoming Globally Dominant, Says Top WHO Scientist
06/18/2021 - WHO says delta is becoming the dominant Covid variant globally
06/18/2021 - Biden says delta Covid variant is 'particularly dangerous' for young people
06/18/2021 - Palestinians Cancel Deal For "About To Expire" Covid Vaccines From Israel
06/18/2021 - Milkha Singh: India's 'Flying Sikh' dies from Covid
06/19/2021 - Brazil Crosses Half Million Covid Deaths: Health Minister
06/19/2021 - Covid: Brazil hits 500,000 deaths amid 'critical' situation
06/19/2021 - Covid Cases In Moscow Hit Record High For Second Straight Day
06/19/2021 - Brazil Passes Half A Million Covid Deaths, Experts Warn Of Worse Ahead
06/20/2021 - Tokyo Olympics: Ugandan tests positive for Covid in Japan
06/20/2021 - "Boost To Sector Amid Covid": UK Allows Outdoor Weddings For First Time
06/20/2021 - As offices shut down for Covid, workers bought vans and hit the road — some don't want to return
06/20/2021 - Don't Count On Needing A Covid Booster Shot, Says WHO Scientist
06/20/2021 - When Covid Is Same As "Flu Season": Pandemic Enters New Era
06/21/2021 - Market volatility is back as Covid and Fed uncertainty hit sentiment
06/21/2021 - British PM Warns Of "Rough Winter" As Covid Cases Remain High
06/21/2021 - US Announces Plan To Allocate 55 Million Covid Vaccine Doses
06/21/2021 - South Africa To Host Covid Vaccine Tech Transfer Hub
06/21/2021 - Covid: Vaccines running out in poorer nations, WHO says
06/21/2021 - Covid sweeps India's Buddhist monasteries
06/21/2021 - Tokyo 2020: Does Japan have Covid under control?
06/21/2021 - Asia needs to keep Covid under control before the Fed hikes rates, says economist
06/21/2021 - Covid vaccine: Why are Australians cancelling AstraZeneca jabs?
06/22/2021 - Covid boosters in the fall? As calls grow for third shots, here's what you need to know
06/22/2021 - US To Miss July 4 Goal Of One Covid Shot For 70% Adults: White House
06/22/2021 - Fauci declares delta variant 'greatest threat' to the nation's efforts to eliminate Covid
06/22/2021 - Millions become millionaires in Covid pandemic
06/22/2021 - Barclays chief stock strategist says Covid recovery trade is over, go back into Big Tech
06/22/2021 - Morgan Stanley will bar workers without Covid vaccinations from most NY offices beginning July 12
06/22/2021 - Countries Relying On Chinese Vaccines Reporting Covid Surge: Report
06/22/2021 - US Experts To Review Heart Problems Among Teens After Covid Shots
06/22/2021 - Swedish Firm Says Covid Test Database Breached
06/22/2021 - Covid: Sydney faces new restrictions as cluster grows
06/23/2021 - India's Covid cases top 30 million as economist warns against reopening too quickly
06/23/2021 - What you need to know before CDC panel meeting on possible heart inflammation link to Covid shots
06/23/2021 - Fauci says delta accounts for 20% of new cases and will be dominant Covid variant in U.S. in weeks
06/23/2021 - Delta To Account For 90% New Covid Cases In Europe By End August: Report
06/23/2021 - CDC group says there's likely link between rare heart inflammation in young people after Covid shot
06/23/2021 - CDC group says there isn't enough data yet to recommend Covid booster shots
06/23/2021 - Asia may be first in, last out of the Covid pandemic, says travel services firm
06/23/2021 - Covid third wave: Can India prevent it?
06/24/2021 - Covid is already deadlier this year than in all of 2020. So why do many Americans think it's over?
06/24/2021 - Covid-19 live updates: Over 2 million in England may have had ‘long covid,’ women and poor vulnerable
06/24/2021 - 72-Year-Old UK Man Tested Covid Positive For 10 Straight Months
06/24/2021 - Delta Covid variant has a new mutation called 'delta plus': Here's what you need to know
06/24/2021 - France Must Do "Much Better" On Covid Vaccinations: PM
06/24/2021 - Millions could be suffering from long Covid, British study suggests
06/24/2021 - Rolling Stones Restaurant Owned By Bassist Bill Wyman Shuts Due To Covid
06/24/2021 - Covid Boosters Needed Yearly For Most Vulnerable, Estimates WHO
06/24/2021 - Child labour in Uganda: The hidden costs of Covid
06/24/2021 - Covid: Sydney city centre and beach suburbs to enter lockdown
06/24/2021 - First Covid Case Could Have Emerged In China In Oct 2019: Study
06/25/2021 - The UK's Covid vaccine program and delta surge means it's now a test case for the world
06/25/2021 - Australia, Israel Were Covid Success Stories. Then, Delta Variant Struck
06/25/2021 - CDC says more than 4,100 people have been hospitalized or died with Covid breakthrough infections
06/25/2021 - WHO urges fully vaccinated people to continue to wear masks as delta Covid variant spreads
06/25/2021 - Russia's Euro 2020 Covid dilemma
06/26/2021 - Sydney Extends Covid Lockdown To Entire City
06/26/2021 - Covid: Australia extends Sydney lockdown as Delta outbreak grows
06/26/2021 - Taiwan reports first domestic case of Delta Covid variant
06/26/2021 - "Why Uruguay lost control of COVID," as reported in Nature magazine
06/26/2021 - Russian City Hosting Euro 2020 Records Country's Highest Covid Deaths
06/26/2021 - FDA adds warning about rare heart inflammation to Pfizer, Moderna Covid vaccines
06/26/2021 - Delta Variant Forces New Lockdowns As Europe Lifts Covid Restrictions
06/26/2021 - Delta Variant Driving Covid Third Wave In South Africa
06/26/2021 - UK Minister Resigns After Kissing Photos Trigger Covid Violation Row
06/26/2021 - 1st Covid Case In China May Have Emerged In October-November 2019: Report
06/27/2021 - Japan May Ask Indian Olympians, Others For Daily Covid Tests: Report
06/27/2021 - Indonesia Registers Record 21,000 Covid Cases In A Day
06/27/2021 - AstraZeneca Tests Booster Vaccine Against Beta Variant Of Covid
06/27/2021 - Dhaka Faces Migrant Exodus As Bangladesh Tightens Covid Lockdown
06/27/2021 - Moody's says these Indian infrastructure firms are better positioned to withstand Covid disruptions
06/27/2021 - Around 70% Australians Under Covid Restrictions Amid Delta Variant Surge
06/28/2021 - How the UK — where the Covid delta variant 'exploded' — is a blueprint for the U.S.
06/28/2021 - Vaccines work against Covid — but not enough people are getting the shots, U.S. doctor says
06/28/2021 - Starting Today, Facial Covid Scanners At Malls In This Country
06/28/2021 - UK Military Top Brass Forced Into Covid Self-Isolation: Report
06/28/2021 - India Covid: Covishield not eligible for EU travel pass
06/28/2021 - UK On Course To Lift Covid Restrictions On July 19: Boris Johnson
06/28/2021 - Delta Threat Looms As European Union Revives Travel With Covid Pass
06/28/2021 - 'Robust' immune response seen in 'mix and match' Covid vaccine study
06/28/2021 - Mixing Covid vaccines gives good protection, study suggests
06/28/2021 - China's Covid Response Stars At Warm-Up Show For Communist Party 100th
06/28/2021 - Hong Kong Bans UK Flights Over Delta Covid Variant Fear
06/28/2021 - Covid vaccine gap: How South Africa hopes to bridge the divide
06/28/2021 - Hong Kong bans all incoming flights from UK over Covid concerns
06/29/2021 - These groups look to be most at risk from the Covid delta variant right now
06/29/2021 - US Sending Bangladesh 2.5 Million Covid Vaccine Doses: White House
06/29/2021 - Russia Drops Covid Vaccination Target Amid Record Deaths
06/29/2021 - Moderna says Covid vaccine shows promise in a lab setting against variants, including delta
06/29/2021 - Russia "Tense" With 1,51,000 Covid Cases In Hospital
06/29/2021 - Spanish school students 'trapped' in Covid quarantine hotel
06/29/2021 - US University Developing Face Masks That Can Detect Covid Infection
06/29/2021 - Chinese Covid Vaccine Safe, Effective In Children, Adolescents: Study
06/29/2021 - US Urges Global Covid Cooperation At G20, China Remains Critical
06/29/2021 - Covaxin Neutralises Delta Covid Variant: US National Institute of Health
06/29/2021 - Top North Korean Officials Replaced After "Crucial" Covid Incident
06/29/2021 - Sydney's Covid Cases Rise, 4 Australian Cities In Lockdown
06/29/2021 - Moderna Says Its Covid Shot Produces Antibodies Against Delta Variant
06/29/2021 - Kim Jong-un: North Korea in ‘great crisis’ after Covid lapses
06/30/2021 - Australia Covid: Seventh city locks down as cases spread
06/30/2021 - HSBC says Asia faces 'bumpy road' ahead as Covid cases remain high, but vaccine rollouts offer hope
06/30/2021 - Europe wants to stop the Covid delta variant. But experts say it may already be too late
06/30/2021 - Top North Korean Officials Sacked After "Crucial" Covid Incident: Reports
06/30/2021 - Vladimir Putin Says He Opposes Mandatory Covid Vaccinations
06/30/2021 - Covid in Namibia: Mortuaries at capacity
06/30/2021 - In Covid Vaccine Push, Russia's Putin Says He Got Sputnik V Shot
06/30/2021 - Delta Variant "Greatest Threat" To US' Covid Efforts: Dr Anthony Fauci
06/30/2021 - Covid Vaccine From Germany's CureVac Just 48% Effective
06/30/2021 - EU Covid Certificate Makes Travel Easy But Delta Poses Threat
07/01/2021 - Mexico's Covid Deaths Could Be 60% Higher Than Official Count
07/01/2021 - Australia's mixed messages on Covid vaccines sow confusion
07/01/2021 - Covid Cases In Europe Up Again After 10 Weeks Of Decline: WHO
07/01/2021 - UK To Offer Third Covid Shot - A "Booster" - From September: Reports
07/01/2021 - CureVac to 'plow forward' with Covid vaccine despite disappointing results
07/01/2021 - Data Shows 2 Covid Jabs Protect Against Delta Strain: European Regulator
07/01/2021 - New Covid wave could be imminent as delta variant sweeps Europe, WHO says
07/01/2021 - Covid unrest: Italy prison guards suspended over beatings
07/01/2021 - Covid: Europe risks new wave, WHO warns
07/01/2021 - White House to deploy response teams across the U.S. to combat delta Covid variant
07/01/2021 - Johnson & Johnson Says Its Covid Shot Neutralizes Delta Variant
07/01/2021 - COVAX Calls For Equal Recognition Of Covid Vaccines For Travel
07/01/2021 - Covid: Australia to halve arrivals and trial home quarantine
07/01/2021 - Covid: India logs 400,000 deaths amid vaccine ramp-up
07/02/2021 - Russia Sees Record Covid Deaths For Fourth Straight Day
07/03/2021 - Iran President Fears Covid 5th Wave Due To Delta Variant
07/03/2021 - Russia Reports Record Covid Deaths For 5th Straight Day Amid Delta Surge
07/03/2021 - Build "Great Wall Of Immunity" To Fight Covid: China Urges Nations
07/03/2021 - Covid: Thousands protest in Brazil against Bolsonaro over pandemic handling
07/04/2021 - Queen Elizabeth To Honour UK Health Workers For Covid Service
07/04/2021 - Covid Not Yet "Vanquished", Says US President Joe Biden
07/04/2021 - Next 2 Days "Critical": Australia's New South Wales As Covid Cases Rise
07/04/2021 - Delta's Rapid Spread In US Clouds Summer With Fear of Covid Revival
07/04/2021 - Indonesia faces oxygen crisis amid worsening Covid surge
07/05/2021 - Jailing Me During Covid Is Same As Death Sentence: Jacob Zuma
07/05/2021 - Scientists Identify Post-Infection Treatment For Covid: Study
07/05/2021 - Australia's Covid recovery plans remain uncertain as it tries to contain the delta variant
07/05/2021 - British royal Kate self-isolating after Covid contact
07/05/2021 - India's Covid doctors demand action after attacks
07/05/2021 - Covid in Tanzania: What's changed after Magufuli's death?
07/05/2021 - Covid resurgence in parts of Asia drag down consumer spending
07/06/2021 - Mask-wearing becomes a new battleground in England as Covid rules are eased
07/06/2021 - Covid: Israel and South Korea strike Pfizer vaccine deal
07/06/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb says people who had Covid get 'best of both worlds' if they get vaccinated
07/06/2021 - Two Arthritis Drugs Reduce Risk Of Covid Death, Shows Study
07/06/2021 - Americans Advised To Avoid Travelling To Bhutan, Sri Lanka Amid Covid
07/06/2021 - Covid: Sydney lockdown extended as Delta outbreak spreads
07/07/2021 - Indonesia Extends Restrictions Until July 20 As Covid Cases Spike
07/07/2021 - Indonesia Covid: Hospitals beyond capacity amid deadly wave
07/07/2021 - Lambda: All You Need To Know About Latest Covid Variant
07/07/2021 - World Passes 4 Million Covid Deaths As Delta Fuels Fresh Outbreaks
07/07/2021 - CDC data shows delta is now the dominant Covid variant in the U.S.
07/07/2021 - Quidel recalls Lyra Covid test due to high risk of false negative results
07/07/2021 - US Covid Cases Rising Rapidly As Delta Variant Dominates
07/07/2021 - Six vaccinated countries have high Covid infections. Five of them rely on Chinese vaccines
07/07/2021 - Animal Contagion Most Likely Explanation For Covid Genesis, Says Study
07/07/2021 - Russia offers North Korea Covid vaccines again as crisis worsens
07/07/2021 - Global Covid death toll exceeds 4 million, Hopkins data show
07/08/2021 - Headache? Runny nose? These are among the new top 5 Covid symptoms, study says
07/08/2021 - UK PM Boris Johnson's New Covid Gamble Worries Some Scientists
07/08/2021 - 10-year Treasury yield falls to 1.25% on concerns about economic growth, Covid variant
07/08/2021 - New Covid outbreaks a top risk to economic recovery, OECD chief says
07/08/2021 - Indonesians Ignore Warnings In Rush To Buy "Miracle Cure" For Covid
07/08/2021 - Tokyo Olympic Games: State of emergency announced as Covid cases rise
07/08/2021 - U.S. heading for 'dangerous fall' with surge in delta Covid cases and return of indoor mask mandates
07/08/2021 - Virtually all new Covid deaths and hospitalizations are among unvaccinated people, White House says
07/08/2021 - Pfizer says it is developing a Covid booster shot to target the highly transmissible delta variant
07/08/2021 - "No Jabs, No Job": Fiji To Make Covid Vaccine Compulsory
07/09/2021 - Here's what you need to know about the lambda Covid variant
07/09/2021 - Australia Covid: Stricter lockdown for Sydney amid surge
07/09/2021 - "Clear Early Signs" Of Fourth Covid Wave Starting In Pakistan: Minister
07/09/2021 - South Africa Extends Vaccinations To Under-50s Amid Covid Surge
07/09/2021 - DR Congo: Measles vaccines missed because of Covid focus
07/09/2021 - Covid origins: Scientists weigh up evidence over virus's origins
07/10/2021 - There’s no evidence a Covid booster shot is necessary, says Dr. Ashish Jha
07/10/2021 - South Korea Hits Third Straight Record High In Covid Cases
07/10/2021 - 1 In 10 Recovered Patients Had "Long Covid" Symptom In Singapore: Study
07/10/2021 - Covid: Woman aged 90 died with double variant infection
07/11/2021 - US "Very Concerned" Covid Variants Could Risk Recovery: Top Official
07/11/2021 - Israel Offers Pfizer Vaccine Booster Shots To Adults At Risk Of Covid
07/11/2021 - US Top Coronavirus Advisor Terms Delta Strain Of Covid As "Nasty Variant"
07/11/2021 - Cubans stage rare protests over Covid measures
07/11/2021 - Asia-Pacific stocks set for mixed start as investors watch regional Covid situation
07/11/2021 - Sydney Braces For Extended Lockdown Amid Covid Outbreak
07/11/2021 - Woman Infected With 2 Variants Highlights Next Challenge In Covid Fight
07/11/2021 - Covid Australia: 'Graphic' vaccine advert sparks backlash
07/12/2021 - Covid vaccine: Thailand decides to mix jabs as cases spike
07/12/2021 - UK's PM To "Restore Our Freedoms" After Covid Lockdown
07/12/2021 - Rare case shows it's possible to have two Covid variants at the same time, experts say
07/12/2021 - Rising Covid Caseload In Myanmar Hits Trial Of Aung San Suu Kyi
07/12/2021 - Covid Triggered Biggest Increase In Hunger In Decades: United Nations
07/12/2021 - UK Confirms To Lift Most Covid Restrictions For England On July 19
07/12/2021 - Pfizer to make case to U.S. officials Monday on need for Covid vaccine booster shots
07/12/2021 - "Dangerous Trend": WHO Warns Against Mixing, Matching Covid Vaccines
07/12/2021 - Covid: Seoul bans speedy songs in gyms to stop sweating
07/12/2021 - FDA to announce new warning on J&J Covid vaccine related to a rare autoimmune disorder, report says
07/12/2021 - France makes Covid shot mandatory for health workers
07/12/2021 - Most fully vaccinated people who get Covid delta infections are asymptomatic, WHO says
07/12/2021 - At Least 35 Dead In Iraq Covid Ward Fire
07/12/2021 - "Increased Risk" Of Rare Nerve Disorder After J&J Covid Vaccine: US
07/12/2021 - France Covid: Vaccinations mandatory for all health workers
07/12/2021 - Iraq: Hospital fire in Covid ward kills dozens
07/12/2021 - Sydney's Covid Cases Ease But Lockdown Extension Still On Cards
07/13/2021 - J&J's Covid Shot Gets FDA Warning About Rare Immune Disorder
07/13/2021 - Over 9,00,000 In France Rush For Covid Vaccine As Tougher Measures Near
07/13/2021 - Europe struggles to break free of Covid restrictions as delta variant surges
07/13/2021 - Fauci says he'd be 'astounded' if Pfizer, Moderna and J&J Covid vaccines don't get full FDA approval
07/13/2021 - J&J, AstraZeneca explore modifying Covid vaccines in response to rare blood clot issue, report says
07/13/2021 - Russia Sets Another Pandemic High With 780 Covid Deaths In A Day
07/13/2021 - Thailand Defends Mixing Covid Shots After WHO Warning
07/13/2021 - Covid cases rise in U.S. counties with low vaccination rates as delta variant spreads
07/13/2021 - Colombia bets on privately funded Covid vaccinations
07/13/2021 - Here, Covid Cases Surge Past India, Marking New Epicenter
07/14/2021 - Australia Covid: Sydney extends lockdown to fight Delta outbreak
07/14/2021 - Two Jabs "Vital" Against Delta Variant Of Covid: European Regulator
07/14/2021 - US drug overdose deaths hit record number amid Covid pandemic
07/14/2021 - Covid: Spain's top court rules lockdown unconstitutional
07/14/2021 - Covid in Namibia: 'Fifteen of my relatives have died'
07/14/2021 - Singapore Sees Most Covid Cases In 10 Months After Karaoke Cluster
07/14/2021 - Desperate Search For Oxygen In Myanmar As Latest Covid Wave Hits
07/14/2021 - French Police Fire Tear Gas As Thousands Protest Against Covid Rules
07/14/2021 - Covid Cluster At Japan Hotel Hosting Brazilian Olympians
07/14/2021 - HSBC sees Singapore as a standout among Southeast Asia's markets as region grapples with Covid
07/14/2021 - Sydney Covid Cases Stabilise, Southern Australia On Alert
07/15/2021 - Long Covid Has More Than 200 Symptoms, Study Finds
07/15/2021 - HIV "Significant" Risk Factor For Severe Covid: World Health Organisation
07/15/2021 - Here's why Cramer thinks the Covid delta variant could be a U.S. stock market spoiler
07/15/2021 - Covid: WHO urges China to co-operate better in virus origin probe
07/15/2021 - Goldman Sachs says Covid delta variant could 'significantly' hit growth in Southeast Asia
07/15/2021 - Eiffel Tower To Reopen After Record 9-Month Closure Due To Covid
07/15/2021 - Australia Covid: Melbourne's snap lockdown spark protest
07/16/2021 - Half Of Covid Patients In Hospital Develop Health Complication: Study
07/16/2021 - England's Covid Crisis Could Return Quickly: Chief Medical Officer
07/16/2021 - EU's Disease Agency Predicts Sharp Rise In Covid Cases By August 1
07/16/2021 - Eiffel Tower Reopens After Nine-month Covid Closure
07/16/2021 - "Strategy... Actually Murderous": Experts Slam UK Over End To Covid Curbs
07/16/2021 - Delta Covid Variant, Now Dominant Worldwide, Drives US Deaths Surge
07/16/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb says U.S. is ‘vastly underestimating’ level of Covid delta spread
07/16/2021 - Three Covid Vaccine Doses Better Than Two? Debate Over Third Booster Shot
07/16/2021 - Covid deaths on the rise again after weeks of decline, CDC says
07/16/2021 - WHO Eyes China Lab "Audits" In Next Phase Of Covid Origin Probe
07/16/2021 - Covid misinformation on Facebook is killing people - Biden
07/16/2021 - Covid: Fully jabbed arrivals from France must still quarantine
07/16/2021 - Social Media Misinformation On Covid "Killing People": Joe Biden
07/16/2021 - Sydney Tightens Lockdown As Australia's Covid Cases Rise
07/17/2021 - Olympics: First Covid case found at athletes' village, stoking fears ahead of Games
07/17/2021 - China rejects any further investigation to COVID 19 origins at the Wuhan lab
07/17/2021 - France To Require 24-Hour Negative Covid Test For Some European Arrivals
07/17/2021 - U.K.'s France curbs irk travelers, while U.K. health minister Sajid Javid tests positive for Covid
07/17/2021 - 3 fully vaccinated Texas Democrats in D.C. test positive for Covid
07/17/2021 - British Ministers Decide Against Mass Covid Vaccination For Teens: Report
07/18/2021 - Tokyo Olympics: First athletes have Covid at athletes village
07/18/2021 - UK's Boris Johnson Government In Covid Confusion Ahead Of "Freedom Day"
07/18/2021 - U.S. surgeon general defends CDC mask change, blames tech companies for Covid deaths
07/18/2021 - Rise Of Covid Cases Among Unvaccinated Concerning: Indian-American Doctor
07/18/2021 - Covid: Is China's vaccine success waning in Asia?
07/18/2021 - Covid Restrictions Lifted In England, Scientists Warn Of Surge In Cases
07/18/2021 - Covid: Vaccination centres targeted by vandals in France
07/18/2021 - UK's Boris Johnson Reverses Plan To Skip Quarantine After Covid Exposure
07/19/2021 - England takes leap into the unknown, lifting Covid rules as cases surge
07/19/2021 - "Pingdemic Chaos" Mars Boris Johnson's Big Day Of Ending UK Covid Curbs
07/19/2021 - Taiwan Okays Locally Made Covid Vaccine For Emergency Use
07/19/2021 - Covid Antibodies Last At Least 9 Months After Infection: Study
07/19/2021 - Theme parks and their fans still keen on high-tech, interactive tools developed during Covid
07/19/2021 - Nike could run out of sneakers made in Vietnam as Covid crisis worsens, S&P Global warns
07/19/2021 - U.S. oil drops 6% to below $70 as OPEC prepares to boost production, Covid concerns weigh
07/19/2021 - Airline stocks tumble as Covid cases climb
07/19/2021 - Global shares slide amid Covid economic recovery fears
07/19/2021 - UK To Roll Out Covid Vaccines For Vulnerable Children Aged 12-15
07/19/2021 - It's official: The Covid recession lasted just two months, the shortest in U.S. history
07/19/2021 - CDC tells individuals to 'avoid travel' to the U.K. as Covid cases rise
07/19/2021 - WHO officials say we could have Covid under control next year 'if we're really lucky'
07/19/2021 - "Not In Battle With Facebook": Joe Biden Backtracks On Covid Remark
07/19/2021 - Covid: False and misleading health claims spread in Indonesia
07/19/2021 - Twitter suspends Marjorie Taylor Greene over 'misleadling' Covid posts
07/20/2021 - Singapore tightens restrictions again as Covid cases rise
07/20/2021 - No Sign Of Pfizer, Moderna Covid Vaccines In Breast Milk, Study Shows
07/20/2021 - Aung San Suu Kyi Confidante Dies After Contracting Covid In Myanmar Jail
07/20/2021 - Over Half Of Australia's Population Under Covid Lockdowns
07/20/2021 - Watch live: Fauci, Walensky and the FDA's Woodcock testify before Senate on Covid pandemic
07/20/2021 - Delta variant now accounts for 83% of all sequenced Covid cases in the U.S., CDC Director Walensky says
07/20/2021 - Tokyo Olympics ready to start, but Covid overshadows the world's greatest sports spectacle
07/20/2021 - White House official and Pelosi staff member test positive for Covid
07/20/2021 - Fully Vaccinated White House Official Tests Covid Positive: Spokeswoman
07/20/2021 - Nike trainer output at key factory hit by Covid outbreak
07/20/2021 - Covid: The Mexican villages refusing to vaccinate
07/20/2021 - Covid: France rolls out health pass as cases soar
07/20/2021 - Australia, Under Lockdown, Sees Jump In Covid Cases
07/20/2021 - Covid: Anger as half of Australians in lockdown again
07/20/2021 - "World Failing" On Covid: WHO Chief At Delayed Tokyo Olympics
07/20/2021 - ICMR sero survey says two-thirds of Indians exposed to Covid
07/21/2021 - Covid appears to be the 'Achilles' heel' for Southeast Asia's economies: Jefferies
07/21/2021 - Johnson & Johnson expects $2.5 billion in global sales from Covid vaccine this year
07/21/2021 - Covid Delta Variant To Dominate Within Months: WHO
07/21/2021 - Covid case flare-ups typically don't keep the stock market down for long
07/21/2021 - "Fill And Finish": Pfizer BioNTech To Produce Covid Doses In South Africa
07/21/2021 - US Life Expectancy Fell Sharply In 2020. Covid "Single Greatest Effect"
07/21/2021 - Local officials across U.S. are starting to reimpose Covid mask rules as delta variant takes hold
07/21/2021 - The jungle-trekking Covid vaccinators helping to protect remote Indian villages.
07/21/2021 - Covid: Where and why is the US vaccine rollout slowing down?
07/21/2021 - Australia Cautions Covid Cases To Rise Despite Weeks-Long Lockdown
07/21/2021 - US Not Prepared To Track Covid Variants As Delta Mutation Spreads
07/21/2021 - YouTube removes Bolsonaro videos for Covid misinformation
07/22/2021 - Australia PM Says "Sorry" For Slow Vaccine Rollout As Covid Cases Rise
07/22/2021 - Anxious about the easing of Covid restrictions? Here are 7 tips to help deal with it
07/22/2021 - Europe's travel industry is on a knife edge as Covid surges, again
07/22/2021 - Covid: China rejects WHO plan for second phase of virus origin probe
07/22/2021 - UK Grocers Warn Of Food Shortages Amid Covid 'Pingdemic'
07/22/2021 - Myanmar News Anchors Told To Mind Their Language As Covid Spikes
07/22/2021 - WHO Warns Of "Long Term" Covid Impact On Mental Health
07/22/2021 - CDC says benefits of J&J Covid vaccine still outweigh risks after reports of rare neurological disorder
07/22/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb says the Covid delta spike may peak in late August, sooner than many believe
07/22/2021 - CDC group weighs Covid booster shots for immunocompromised people at risk of breakthrough infections
07/22/2021 - NFL warns teams could forfeit games, lose money if Covid outbreaks occur among unvaccinated players
07/22/2021 - Coronavirus: Italy brings in Covid certificate amid spike in infections
07/22/2021 - The refugee athlete who lost his mum to Covid
07/22/2021 - Sydney's Covid Outbreak A "National Emergency" As Cases Spike
07/22/2021 - Covid vaccine: Eight-week gap seen as sweet spot for Pfizer jab antibodies
07/23/2021 - Nightclubs are a new battleground against Covid, but the young yearn for freedom
07/23/2021 - Singapore retailers are reeling from further Covid measures as sales drop 70% for some
07/23/2021 - Vaccinated People In Singapore Make Up 3-Quarters Of Recent Covid Cases
07/23/2021 - Firm fined Ł2.6m for claiming clothes prevent Covid
07/23/2021 - At Age 102, He Beat Covid - And 80% Lung Damage
07/23/2021 - Covid: Moderna jab approved for teenagers in EU
07/23/2021 - Covid cases are rising again in all 50 states across U.S. as delta variant tightens its grip
07/23/2021 - UK Warns Of Increased Risk Of Covid Reinfection With Delta Variant
07/23/2021 - UN Urges China To Cooperate With WHO On 2nd Phase Of Covid Origins Probe
07/23/2021 - Covid vaccines: Why a giant plastic bag shortage is slowing the rollout
07/24/2021 - Australia Covid: Arrests at anti-lockdown protests
07/24/2021 - Disney executives won't attend CinemaCon in-person as delta Covid variant rages in Las Vegas
07/24/2021 - Clashes in Paris over Covid measures
07/24/2021 - Covid: Delta variant spreads globally as cases soar
07/24/2021 - Brazilians Protest Against President Bolsonaro Over Covid Response
07/25/2021 - UK Health Minister's "Don't Cower From" Covid Remark Sparks Outrage
07/25/2021 - Australia Covid: Anti-lockdown protesters condemned
07/25/2021 - "Poor Choice Of Word, Apologies": UK Health Secretary After Covid Tweet
07/25/2021 - Covid: Fauci says US heading in wrong direction as cases rise
07/25/2021 - South Africa Has "Largely" Passed Peak Of Third Covid Wave: President
07/25/2021 - Tunisia PM sacked after violent Covid protests
07/26/2021 - Norwegian vessel with several Covid cases off the coast of Uruguay
07/26/2021 - Early Antiviral Response In Nose May Determine Severity Of Covid: Study
07/26/2021 - Tunisia's young democracy rocked as president sacks parliament amid mounting Covid crisis
07/26/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb says U.S. delta-driven Covid spike could peak in 3 weeks, following U.K. pattern
07/26/2021 - People are 'mixing and matching' Covid vaccines over concerns about the delta variant
07/26/2021 - U.S. won't lift travel restrictions, citing spike in Covid delta variant cases
07/26/2021 - White House: US to maintain Covid foreign travel restrictions
07/26/2021 - California is requiring proof of Covid vaccination for state employees
07/27/2021 - COVID 19: In first half of the year more Uruguayans died than live births
07/27/2021 - San Francisco bars saw a ‘surge’ of breakthrough covid cases. Now they’re requiring vaccine cards to enter.
07/27/2021 - Don't Get Carried Away With Falling Covid Cases, Says UK PM Boris Johnson
07/27/2021 - CDC to reverse indoor mask policy, saying fully vaccinated people should wear them indoors in Covid hot spots
07/27/2021 - Here's when the eviction ban, foreclosure moratorium and other Covid consumer protections expire
07/27/2021 - Indians turn to crowdfunding to pay Covid bills
07/27/2021 - Covid: Sydney extends lockdown as other Australian cities reopen
07/28/2021 - Pfizer sells $7.8 billion in Covid shots in the Q2, raises 2021 guidance on vaccine sales
07/28/2021 - Tanzania's Samia Suluhu Hassan gets Covid jab in policy reverse
07/28/2021 - Biden will require federal workers to get the Covid vaccine or submit to testing
07/28/2021 - Here's a map of the Covid hot spots that fall under the CDC's new mask guidance
07/28/2021 - Pfizer's CEO says Covid vaccine effectiveness drops to 84% after six months
07/28/2021 - Covid vaccines: Tourists head to the US to get vaccinated
07/28/2021 - US' Blinken Meets WHO Chief, Supports Probe Into Covid Origins
07/28/2021 - Vaccinations Alone Will Not End Sydney's Covid Lockdown: Scott Morrison
07/28/2021 - Twitter closes San Francisco, New York offices as Covid cases surge
07/28/2021 - Sydney Records Highest Daily Rise In Covid Cases Since Pandemic
07/29/2021 - Helicopter Rice Dish Delivery Amid Covid Curbs Sparks Probe In Malaysia
07/29/2021 - ‘Not clear yet’ if booster shots of Covid vaccine are needed, AstraZeneca CEO says
07/29/2021 - Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group to require indoor diners show proof of Covid shots
07/29/2021 - The U.S. economy is bigger than it was pre-pandemic, but Covid could still decide what happens next
07/29/2021 - Biden requiring federal workers to prove Covid vaccine status or submit to safety rules
07/29/2021 - Texas governor threatens fines against local officials and businesses that push Covid restrictions
07/29/2021 - Covid and a coup: The double crisis pushing Myanmar to the brink
07/29/2021 - Malaysia’s daily new Covid cases per million people is now one of the highest globally
07/29/2021 - Saudi Arabia To Reopen To Vaccinated Tourists After 17-Month Covid Closure
07/29/2021 - Antony Blinken Meets WHO Chief, Supports Probe Into Covid Origins
07/29/2021 - Covid in Sydney: Military deployed to help enforce lockdown
07/29/2021 - Sydney Covid Cases Ease Amid Tightening Of Lockdown Rules
07/30/2021 - This Country To Offer 3rd Covid Jab For Over 60s
07/30/2021 - China Covid Success Under Threat As Delta-Driven Outbreak Reaches Beijing
07/30/2021 - Dr. Gottlieb estimates up to 1 million Americans being infected with Covid daily as delta spreads
07/30/2021 - CDC warns delta is as contagious as chickenpox and may make people sicker than original Covid
07/30/2021 - Broadway theaters to require audiences to show proof of Covid vaccinations
07/30/2021 - U.S. Covid vaccination rates rise as Americans in hard-hit states rush to get shots amid delta fears
07/30/2021 - Walmart tells corporate staff, managers they must have Covid vaccine by October
07/30/2021 - Royal Caribbean shares tumble as 6 Covid cases discovered on board a ship
07/30/2021 - WHO Urges Action To Suppress Covid Before Deadlier Variants Emerge
07/30/2021 - India reptile park struggles to survive amid Covid
07/30/2021 - Joe Biden Says US To See New Covid Restrictions "In All Probability"
07/30/2021 - Australia's Third-Largest City Of Brisbane To Enter Covid Lockdown
07/30/2021 - Australia's Third-Largest City Of Brisbane To Enter Covid Lockdown
07/31/2021 - "Delta Is A Warning": WHO Sounds Alarm As China Covid Outbreak Spreads
07/31/2021 - Australia Covid: Brisbane lockdown after Delta variant cases
07/31/2021 - China, Australia Ramp Up Covid Curbs As Delta Variant Spreads
07/31/2021 - Covid Early Symptoms Vary With Age, Gender: UK Study
08/01/2021 - Sky News Australia Suspended From YouTube For A Week Over Covid Report
08/01/2021 - Sky News Australia barred for week by YouTube over Covid misinformation
08/01/2021 - US Top Covid Advisor Says No New Lockdowns Expected Despite Delta Surge
08/01/2021 - UN Chief Flags "Education Crisis" As Schools Remain Closed Due to Covid
08/01/2021 - Britain To Offer Covid Booster Shots For 32 Million Next Month: Report
08/02/2021 - Health experts fear unlocked England could become an incubator for new Covid variants
08/02/2021 - South Africa unrest and Covid measures are starting to derail its economic recovery
08/02/2021 - China Covid: Concerns grow as Delta outbreak spreads
08/02/2021 - Gov. Cuomo mandates vaccinations for transit workers as New York's Covid cases surge
08/02/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb sees Covid vaccine boosters for vulnerable people in U.S. as early as September
08/02/2021 - U.S. reaches 70% Covid vaccine milestone for adults about a month behind Biden's goal
08/02/2021 - GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham reveals Covid infection, lauds vaccine: 'My symptoms would be far worse'
08/02/2021 - CDC says 7-day average of daily U.S. Covid cases surpassed peak seen last summer
08/02/2021 - Germany To Offer Covid Booster Shots From September
08/02/2021 - US Hits Joe Biden's Covid Vaccination Goal A Month Late
08/02/2021 - China's Wuhan To Test "All Residents" As Covid Cases Emerge After A Year
08/02/2021 - China's Wuhan To Test 'All Residents' As Covid Returns
08/03/2021 - New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will mandate Covid vaccines for certain indoor activities
08/03/2021 - Biden approval ratings on Covid and economy fall in new CNBC All-America survey
08/03/2021 - New York First In US To Mandate Covid Vaccines To For Restaurants, Gyms
08/03/2021 - France, Battling Fourth Wave Of Covid, Imposes New Restrictions
08/03/2021 - This City In US Imposes Covid Pass As Virus Returns To China's Wuhan
08/03/2021 - Biden Tells Florida, Texas Leaders: Help On Covid Or "Get Out Of The Way"
08/03/2021 - Australia Records One Of Its Youngest Covid Deaths Amid Sydney Outbreak
08/03/2021 - Covid Shots Targeting Delta May Be Needed, Researchers Say
08/03/2021 - China Mass Testing Shows Covid Cases At 6-Month High
08/03/2021 - China Covid: China targets school students to control case surge
08/04/2021 - From Beijing to Wuhan, China orders mass testing and restrictions as Covid cases rise
08/04/2021 - Missouri county coroner removed covid from death certificates to ‘please’ grieving families
08/04/2021 - Barack Obama scales back 60th birthday party as Covid cases rise
08/04/2021 - WHO calls for moratorium on Covid vaccine boosters at least through September
08/04/2021 - Japan Warns Of Unprecedented Covid Spread As Cases Hit Record In Tokyo
08/04/2021 - After Covid In Younger Groups, UK To Offer Shots To 16 And 17 Year-Olds
08/04/2021 - Covid: WHO calls for booster pause to vaccinate poorer nations
08/04/2021 - CVS Health says the peak of Covid vaccinations has already happened
08/04/2021 - CVS Health stops offering J&J Covid vaccine at its pharmacies, available at select MinuteClinics
08/04/2021 - US plans to require Covid vaccine for foreign travellers
08/04/2021 - US Rebuffs Call For Covid Booster Jab Moratorium As China Curbs Travel
08/04/2021 - Japan Considers Expanding Covid Curbs As Surges Strain Hospitals
08/05/2021 - 'Long Covid' Is Real, A Matter Of Deep Concern: WHO Warning
08/05/2021 - Third Covid Vaccine Doses Likely For Elderly, Vulnerable: France's Macron
08/05/2021 - Melbourne Back In Lockdown As Sydney Witnesses Record Covid Tally
08/05/2021 - Germany To Give Covid Vaccine Boosters To Vulnerable Groups In September
08/05/2021 - Milwaukee Bucks fans celebrated the NBA championship outside. 500 still got covid, officials say.
08/05/2021 - Germany, France Ignore WHO Request, Will Give Covid Booster Shots
08/05/2021 - Paul Johnson: Chicago house music DJ dies at 50 after catching Covid
08/05/2021 - Moderna says its Covid vaccine booster produced ‘robust’ immune response against delta
08/05/2021 - Delta variant will lead to increase in breakthrough Covid infections among vaccinated, Moderna says
08/05/2021 - Fauci warns more severe Covid variant could emerge as U.S. cases near 100,000
08/05/2021 - France's Top Constitutional Court Backs President Macron's Covid Pass
08/05/2021 - Delta Variant In 135 Nations, Covid Cases To Cross 200 Million Soon: WHO
08/05/2021 - Amazon Delays Office Return Until January As Covid Cases Surge
08/05/2021 - Covid vaccinations more than doubled in Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama since July
08/05/2021 - Novavax delays Covid vaccine emergency authorization submission to FDA until fourth quarter
08/05/2021 - White House pushes for kids 12 and up to get Covid vaccine as millions return to school
08/05/2021 - Covid vaccine: Needle-phobic call for vaccine exemption
08/05/2021 - Australia's Victoria Reports 6 Local Covid Cases On First Day Of Lockdown
08/05/2021 - Festivals For Britain As Events Get $1 Billion COVID Reinsurance Cover
08/05/2021 - China Sees Highest Daily Covid Cases In Current Outbreak
08/05/2021 - 3 charts show how far Covid delta variant has spread around the world
08/05/2021 - Delta Sweeps Sydney As Australia Widens Covid Restrictions
08/06/2021 - Singapore to start relaxing Covid restrictions Aug. 10 as vaccination rate rises
08/06/2021 - Covid: Italy rolls out 'green pass' for public venue access
08/06/2021 - Scientists From BRIC Nations Come Together To Study Covid's Future Spread
08/06/2021 - 50% Americans Fully Vaccinated Against Covid: White House
08/06/2021 - Biden skips victory lap after strong jobs report, warns of economic threat from Covid delta variant
08/06/2021 - Half of Americans are now fully vaccinated against Covid, White House says
08/06/2021 - Amazon resumes mask mandate in warehouses as Covid delta variant spreads
08/06/2021 - Unvaccinated People Twice As Likely To Be Reinfected With Covid: US Study
08/06/2021 - White House Says 50% Of Americans Fully Vaccinated Against Covid
08/07/2021 - Sydney Reports New Covid Record As Melbourne Races To Trace Outbreak
08/07/2021 - Boris Johnson Won't Isolate After Staff Member Tests Covid Positive
08/07/2021 - Battle over masks and Covid vaccines heats up as students get ready to return to the classroom
08/07/2021 - Covid Restrictions Needed Outside Populous Islands: Indonesian President
08/07/2021 - Australia Suffers Worst Covid Day This Year With Millions In Lockdown
08/07/2021 - U.S. is now averaging 100,000 new Covid infections a day
08/07/2021 - Covid in Sydney: Communities feel under siege as troops deployed
08/07/2021 - Thousands Protest In France Against Covid Health Pass
08/08/2021 - Malaysia To Ease Covid Restrictions For Fully Vaccinated In Eight States
08/08/2021 - Israel Sets Up Covid Rapid Test Stations Nationwide
08/08/2021 - Top Health Official Says US "Failing" On Covid
08/08/2021 - China's Wuhan Completes Citywide Covid Tests On 11 Million Residents
08/08/2021 - Fauci is hopeful Covid vaccines will get full approval by the FDA within weeks
08/08/2021 - Australian shares set for cautious trade as investors focus on Covid situation
08/08/2021 - France Implements President Macron's Covid Health Pass Despite Protests
08/09/2021 - After a summer of packed concerts, the New Orleans Jazz Fest was canceled amid rising covid hospitalizations
08/09/2021 - We For India: Stars unite to help Covid relief work in India
08/09/2021 - Oil prices fall 4% on rising global Covid cases, continuing slide following worst week since October
08/09/2021 - Covid vaccine mandates sweep across corporate America as delta variant spurs action
08/09/2021 - No Need Yet To Adapt Pfizer Vaccine For Covid Variants: BioNTech Chief
08/09/2021 - Switzerland Approves Second Covid Vaccine For Young People
08/09/2021 - 9 Russian Covid Patients Die After Oxygen Supply Malfunctions
08/09/2021 - US To Mandate Covid Vaccination For Military By Mid-September: Pentagon
08/09/2021 - Pentagon to require all service members to get Covid vaccine by mid-September
08/09/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb says the Covid delta surge may be the ‘final wave’ in U.S.
08/09/2021 - Hawaiian Airlines is the latest carrier to mandate Covid vaccinations for staff
08/09/2021 - Charts show that Covid is hitting parts of Asia harder now than when the pandemic began
08/10/2021 - Malaysian singer dies of Covid days after giving birth
08/10/2021 - China's Covid lockdown could have economic costs to the world, says strategist
08/10/2021 - US Warns Citizens Against Travel To France Over Covid Concerns
08/10/2021 - Arkansas is down to 8 open ICU beds as hospitals swell with covid patients
08/10/2021 - Covid During Pregnancy Linked With Higher Risk Of Preterm Birth: US Study
08/10/2021 - Moderna reaches deal with Canada to build 'state-of-the-art' Covid vaccine manufacturing plant
08/10/2021 - Twitter Suspends Pro-Trump US Lawmaker For Covid Misinformation
08/10/2021 - WHO says it urgently needs $7.7 billion to help poorer nations survive delta Covid variant
08/10/2021 - Amazon Loses Bid To Stop New York From Probing Covid Standards
08/10/2021 - WHO Urges Power Players To End "Disgraceful" Covid Vaccine Inequity
08/10/2021 - Mask Debate Divides US As Delta Drives Covid Surge
08/10/2021 - Australia's Second-Largest City Melbourne Extends Covid Lockdown
08/11/2021 - Southwest Airlines says delta Covid variant is hurting bookings, lowers outlook
08/11/2021 - WHO-Led Trial To Study 3 Anti-Inflammatory Drugs For Covid Patients
08/11/2021 - 'This is what really scares me:' Surging kids' Covid cases led teachers union to back shot mandates
08/11/2021 - Covid Vaccine Centres Vandalised In France After Health Pass Introduced
08/11/2021 - Florida hospitals are overrun as state fights one of the worst Covid outbreaks in the U.S.
08/11/2021 - The NYSE will require Covid vaccines for access to the trading floor as of Sept. 13
08/11/2021 - Canada Planning Covid Vaccine Passport For International Travel
08/11/2021 - Alaska Airlines is considering Covid vaccine mandates for staff
08/11/2021 - Clotting From Covid Shots Is Rare But "Potentially Devastating": Study
08/12/2021 - A 45-year-old Kansas mayor needs a pacemaker after a long-haul covid fight: ‘I thought I was going to beat it’
08/12/2021 - Covid: Germany fears thousands got saline, not vaccine from nurse
08/12/2021 - Herd immunity from Covid is 'mythical' with the delta variant, experts say
08/12/2021 - Israel Requires Covid Tests For Children Three And Above From Next Week
08/12/2021 - Fauci says everybody will likely need a Covid vaccine booster shot eventually
08/12/2021 - Justin Trudeau Planning Snap Election, Seeks Approval For Covid Response
08/12/2021 - CDC says over 90% of U.S. counties now meet its Covid guidelines for indoor masks
08/12/2021 - Disney CEO explains decision to require Covid vaccines for salaried and non-union employees
08/12/2021 - Videos Show Chinese Residents Being "Locked Up" In Homes Amid Covid Surge
08/12/2021 - FDA permits Covid vaccine booster shots for people with weakened immune systems
08/12/2021 - China's zero Covid stance set to disrupt shipping further, as key port partially shuts after one case
08/12/2021 - Covid booster: US approves third jab for the immunocompromised
08/12/2021 - US Authorizes Covid Vaccine Booster Jabs For Immunocompromised: Statement
08/13/2021 - For Lockdown Policies, New Method For Modelling Covid Spread Developed
08/13/2021 - 'Breaking society apart': Unvaccinated people are angry as they face more Covid restrictions
08/13/2021 - Removing Last Of Obligatory Covid Rules, Denmark Says Goodbye To Masks
08/13/2021 - As schools reopen, more than 10,000 students and teachers across 14 states are quarantined for covid exposure
08/13/2021 - Texas deploys out-of-state health workers to fight Covid as younger people crowd hospitals
08/13/2021 - China Says Bringing Delta-Driven Covid Outbreak Under Control
08/13/2021 - 27 vaccinated people test positive for Covid on a Carnival cruise ship
08/13/2021 - Four Florida educators died of Covid within day of each other, says union
08/13/2021 - CDC panel unanimously recommends Covid vaccine booster shots for vulnerable Americans
08/13/2021 - New Covid Vaccine Mimics Virus Shape To Provide Robust Protection: Study
08/13/2021 - WHO calls on countries to depoliticize investigation into origin of Covid 19
08/14/2021 - UK Cuts Covid Testing Cost For Global Travellers, Including From India
08/14/2021 - Australia: New South Wales 'in worst ever Covid situation'
08/14/2021 - The number of kids hospitalized with Covid in the U.S. hits a record high
08/14/2021 - 'This was a race and we lost': How US doctors really feel about Covid surge
08/15/2021 - Sydney Records Deadliest Day Of Covid, Melbourne Lockdown Extended
08/15/2021 - The World May Never Reach Herd Immunity Against Covid
08/16/2021 - Border Patrol agents have seized thousands of fake covid vaccine cards destined for locations across the U.S.
08/16/2021 - Clashes In Thailand As Pressure Builds On PM Over Covid Crisis
08/16/2021 - Pfizer submits data to FDA for authorization of Covid vaccine booster shot for general population
08/16/2021 - US Warns Against Travel To Turkey Amid Covid, Eases India Advisory
08/16/2021 - 'We are on fire': Five U.S. states set new records for Covid cases as hospitalizations rise
08/16/2021 - Pfizer Submits Initial Data For Covid Vaccine Booster Authorization
08/16/2021 - Retail sales likely dipped in July as consumers held off on purchases amid Covid delta worries
08/16/2021 - Antibody Cocktails To Treat Covid Take Off As Delta Surges
08/16/2021 - U.S. expected to recommend Covid vaccine booster shots 8 months after second dose, sources say
08/17/2021 - New Zealand Declares Snap 3-Day Lockdown After 1st Covid Case In 6 Months
08/17/2021 - New Zealand enters nationwide lockdown over one Covid case
08/17/2021 - Airlines split on whether to mandate Covid vaccines for employees
08/17/2021 - Retail sales drop worse-than-expected 1.1% in July as rising Covid fears hit consumers
08/17/2021 - Texas Gov. Abbott, who banned mask mandates, tests positive for Covid
08/17/2021 - Covid: Australia's Qantas says all staff must be vaccinated
08/18/2021 - New Zealand was set to be the first advanced economy to hike rates. One Covid case put a stop to it
08/18/2021 - New Zealand, In Lockdown Over 1 Covid Case, Warns Outbreak Will Worsen
08/18/2021 - Sri Lanka replaces health minister said to promote shaman's herbal syrup as a Covid remedy
08/18/2021 - A mom of 4 who died of covid days after her husband makes one final wish: ‘Make sure my kids get vaccinated’
08/18/2021 - U.S. will begin wide distribution of Covid booster shots next month, saying vaccine protection wanes
08/18/2021 - US OKs Covid Booster To Counter Declining Vaccine Efficacy
08/18/2021 - Vaccine Nationalism May Lead To Increase In Covid Variants, Study Shows
08/18/2021 - Delta Variant Unable To Evade Antibodies Elicited By Covid Vaccine: Study
08/18/2021 - Israel extends Covid restrictions to three-year-olds as cases surge
08/18/2021 - Confident China Will Cooperate On Covid Origins Probe: WHO
08/19/2021 - Tokyo 2020: First Covid case detected at Paralympic village
08/19/2021 - "Have Uncovered Piece Of The Puzzle": New Zealand PM On Covid Outbreak
08/19/2021 - Pfizer Covid Jab Declines Faster Than AstraZeneca: Study
08/19/2021 - CDC director says we might not need annual Covid boosters after third shot
08/19/2021 - Scientists blast U.S. push for Covid vaccine booster shots as premature, say data isn't compelling
08/19/2021 - Pregnant Women Don't Get More Severe Symptoms After Covid Vaccine: Study
08/19/2021 - Fauci says U.S. is expanding Covid vaccine manufacturing to donate shots to the world
08/19/2021 - Israel To Begin Covid Booster Shots For Over 40 Year-Olds
08/19/2021 - Three More US Senators Test Positive For Covid For Breakthrough Cases
08/19/2021 - Drag Race UK queens on battles with Brexit and Covid
08/19/2021 - Sydney Extends Covid Lockdown Until September-End
08/19/2021 - Covid: Sydney extends lockdown and puts two million under curfew
08/19/2021 - Delta Drives US Covid Hospital Deaths To February Levels, ICUs Overflow
08/20/2021 - AstraZeneca Says Its Antibody Cocktail Prevents Covid In High-Risk Groups
08/20/2021 - Sonny Chiba: Japan's martial arts star and Kill Bill actor dies of Covid at 82
08/20/2021 - Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick says ‘African Americans who have not been vaccinated’ are driving covid surge
08/20/2021 - Apple delays return to office until January as Covid cases surge
08/20/2021 - Washington state Covid transmissions and hospitalizations hit all-time high
08/20/2021 - Fed's Jackson Hole symposium to take place virtually due to Covid risk
08/20/2021 - UK To Offer Covid Vaccines To Arriving Afghans
08/20/2021 - Full approval for Pfizer Covid vaccine could come from FDA Monday, report says
08/20/2021 - Australia Reports Record Covid Cases As Police Block Sydney Protest
08/21/2021 - Police clash with protesters as Australia reports record Covid cases
08/21/2021 - Covid: Australian police clash with anti-lockdown protesters
08/21/2021 - US Urges Leaders To Virtually Attend UN Session Amid Rise In Covid Cases
08/22/2021 - Covid: New Zealand pandemic strategy in doubt amid Delta spread
08/22/2021 - President Biden's job approval ratings drop as Covid cases rise and crisis in Afghanistan mounts
08/22/2021 - Why a US military base became a centre for Chinese Covid conspiracies
08/22/2021 - China Reports No New Local Covid Cases For First Time Since July
08/22/2021 - Australia PM Backs Reopening Targets, Says Covid Lockdowns Unsustainable
08/22/2021 - Taiwan's President Leads Way In First Domestic Covid Vaccine
08/23/2021 - Covid: Taiwan rolls out homegrown vaccine amid criticism
08/23/2021 - Malaysia’s new prime minister faces the immediate task of taming a worsening Covid outbreak
08/23/2021 - Covid Antibody That Protects Against Broad Range Of Variants Identified
08/23/2021 - Australia PM Says Covid 'Groundhog Day' To End When More Vaccinated
08/23/2021 - FDA grants full approval to Pfizer-BioNTech’s Covid shot, clearing path to more vaccine mandates
08/23/2021 - US Grants Pfizer Covid Vaccine Full Approval: Report
08/23/2021 - Pfizer becomes first Covid vaccine to gain full FDA approval
08/23/2021 - NYC mandates Covid vaccine shots for public school teachers and staff following FDA approval
08/23/2021 - New York City Mandates Covid Vaccines For Teachers
08/23/2021 - Dr. Scott Gottlieb says the delta variant-fueled Covid surge in the American South has peaked
08/23/2021 - NIH director says Covid likely came from nature, but doesn't rule out it could have escaped from lab
08/23/2021 - UK Government Warns Over-Charging Covid Travel Test Firms
08/23/2021 - 'Please get vaccinated now,' Biden urges after FDA approves Pfizer Covid shots
08/23/2021 - Vaccinated Getting Covid At Surprisingly High Rate, Scientists Say
08/23/2021 - New Zealand Has Highest Jump In Covid Cases Since April 2020
08/24/2021 - Papua New Guinea Bans India Flights In Diplomatic Spat Over Covid Breach
08/24/2021 - Covid Vaccine Booster Shots Show Signs Of Taming Delta In Israel
08/24/2021 - Passenger dies of Covid amid outbreak on a Carnival cruise ship
08/24/2021 - McDonald's Across UK Out Of Milkshakes As Brexit, Covid Hit Supply Chain
08/24/2021 - Fauci says he hopes U.S. will have 'some good control' over Covid by spring 2022
08/24/2021 - CDC study shows unvaccinated people are 29 times more likely to be hospitalized with Covid
08/24/2021 - WHO says Covid misinformation is a major factor driving pandemic around the world
08/24/2021 - White House Covid officials up the pressure on companies to mandate vaccines: 'Now is the time'
08/24/2021 - Sydney Hospitals Under Strain As Covid Cases Hit Record
08/25/2021 - Survey finds auto industry hit hardest by supply chain disruptions during Covid pandemic
08/25/2021 - Joe Biden Given Inconclusive Intelligence Report On Covid Origins: Report
08/25/2021 - Covid Jab Protection Wanes Within Six Months: UK Researchers
08/25/2021 - Africa has been shortchanged on Covid vaccines, African Development Bank says
08/25/2021 - Japan Expands Covid Emergency After Paralympics Open
08/25/2021 - J&J says its Covid vaccine booster shot generated a promising immune response in early trials
08/25/2021 - Joe Biden Given Inconclusive Intel Report On Covid Origins: Report
08/25/2021 - Ford delays return-to-work program until January due to Covid delta surge
08/25/2021 - American Airlines says August revenue weaker than expected because of rise in Covid cases
08/25/2021 - Pediatric Covid hospitalizations surge to highest on record in U.S. as doctors brace for more
08/25/2021 - WHO Experts Say Urgent Search For Covid Origins "Stalled"
08/25/2021 - Breast Milk Of Vaccinated Mothers Have Antibodies That Fight Covid: Study
08/25/2021 - Finding Covid origins requires 'radical and complete transparency,' Singapore's foreign minister says
08/26/2021 - New Zealand Defends "Covid Zero" Strategy, Australia Says "Just Absurd"
08/26/2021 - Covid Most Transmissible 2 Days Prior, 3 Days Post Symptoms Appear: Study
08/26/2021 - GM confidentially surveyed white-collar workers on Covid vaccination status
08/26/2021 - U.S. Covid cases show signs of slowing, even as fatalities surge again
08/26/2021 - Covid — not vaccinations — presents biggest blood clot risk, large study finds
08/26/2021 - Sydney Cases Dip As Australia Debates Covid Reopening Plans
08/26/2021 - Fatigue, Shortness Of Breath May Affect Covid Patients For A Year: Study
08/26/2021 - Blood Clot Risk Much Higher From Covid Than With Vaccines: UK Study
08/26/2021 - Covid vaccine: More than half of Indian adults have had first jab
08/27/2021 - Wife hospitalized for covid gets home to find husband dead from the same virus: ‘It was like walking into a horror movie’
08/27/2021 - Complete Recovery Of Covid Patients May Take Longer Than 1 Year: Study
08/27/2021 - Biden says U.S. health officials are weighing Covid booster shots in 5 months, moving up third shot
08/27/2021 - US Covid Hospitalisations Hit Eight-Month High With Over 100,000
08/27/2021 - U.S. intelligence agencies split on Covid origins, offer no high-confidence conclusions in new report
08/27/2021 - Covid origin: US spy agencies publish 'inconclusive' report
08/27/2021 - Delta Variant Of Covid Doubles Risk Of Hospitalisation, Says Study
08/27/2021 - Chinese Embassy Slams US "Political Manipulation" In Covid Origins Report
08/28/2021 - China Still Withholding "Critical" Info On Covid Origins, Says Joe Biden
08/29/2021 - UAE Says To Resume Visas For Tourists Vaccinated Against Covid
08/29/2021 - Israel Widens Access To Covid Vaccine Booster, Now Open To All Above 12
08/29/2021 - Covid: Australia records 1,000th death from the pandemic
08/30/2021 - Teachers Should Be Prioritised For Covid Jabs: World Health Organisation
08/30/2021 - Israel doubles down on booster shots as daily Covid cases set new record
08/30/2021 - Australia's "Covid Epicentre" Warns Of Hospitalisation Peak In October
08/30/2021 - A judge asked a mother if she got the covid vaccine. She said no, and he revoked custody of her son.
08/30/2021 - 236,000 Covid Deaths In Europe By December 1: WHO's Dire Warning
08/30/2021 - Covid surge 'deeply worrying' in Europe as vaccinations dip - WHO
08/30/2021 - Watch live: CDC panel debates need for Covid vaccine booster shots
08/30/2021 - Pfizer director Dr. Scott Gottlieb says Covid vaccine for kids 5 to 11 could come by winter
08/30/2021 - CDC scientist says there's limited data to evaluate Covid booster doses for general population
08/30/2021 - Covid: EU set to impose travel restrictions on US as cases rise
08/30/2021 - European Union Removes US From Covid Safe List For Non-Essential Travel
08/30/2021 - CDC panel unanimously endorses full approval of Pfizer's Covid vaccine for people 16 and older
08/30/2021 - South Africa Scientists Monitor New Covid Variant With High Mutation Rate
08/30/2021 - Calls For Covid Probe Plunged Australia Into A Hacking Nightmare
08/31/2021 - Taiwan is banking on a homegrown Covid vaccine as it struggles to secure supplies
08/31/2021 - Nearly 1 million Covid booster shots have already been administered in the U.S., CDC data shows
08/31/2021 - Amazon pushes deworming drug falsely touted as Covid treatment
08/31/2021 - Social Security trust funds are now expected to run out of money sooner than expected due to Covid
08/31/2021 - US Adds Canada To "Reconsider Travel" Advisory List Amid Covid Pandemic
08/31/2021 - Covid could trigger a spike in dementia cases, says Alzheimer's experts
08/31/2021 - India Covid: Economy sees record growth during deadly wave
09/01/2021 - Are Covid vaccines becoming less effective?
09/01/2021 - An Instagram user who went by ‘AntiVaxMomma’ sold hundreds of fake covid vaccine cards, prosecutors say
09/01/2021 - Italian police guard stations as Covid pass on trains begins
09/01/2021 - A hospital refused to give ivermectin to a covid patient. Then a judge ordered doctors to administer it.
09/01/2021 - A church camp didn’t require vaccinations or masks. It’s now linked to 180 covid cases, CDC says.
09/01/2021 - Long Covid in children 'nowhere near scale feared'
09/01/2021 - Long Covid Affects Up To 1 In 7 Children Months After Infection: Study
09/01/2021 - WHO says it is monitoring a new Covid variant called 'mu'
09/01/2021 - Tainted Covid Vaccines Sent To Japan Contained Steel: Moderna Amid Furore
09/01/2021 - WHO presses world leaders to hold off on Covid booster shots through September
09/01/2021 - Sweetgreen CEO's LinkedIn post connecting Covid deaths to obesity draws backlash
09/01/2021 - Moderna Submits Application Before US Regulator For Covid Booster Shot
09/01/2021 - US Wasted Over 15 Million Covid Doses Since March: Report
09/01/2021 - How A Single Covid Case Rocked The World's Biggest Carmaker
09/01/2021 - Painless, Silent Organ Damage Seen in Covid 'Long Hauler' Study
09/02/2021 - Give To Countries In "Greater Need": North Korea Rejects Covid Vaccines
09/02/2021 - Controversial "Vaccine Sceptic" US Podcaster Joe Rogan Has Covid
09/02/2021 - Fauci says the new mu Covid strain isn't an immediate threat in the U.S.
09/03/2021 - Singapore to roll out Covid vaccine booster shots to some groups, including seniors
09/03/2021 - Dr. Gottlieb says Northeast has yet to see 'true delta wave,' expects another Covid case spike
09/03/2021 - Covid Lockdown, Travel Restrictions Slightly Improved Air Quality: UN
09/03/2021 - Covid: What Israel tells us about the way out of the pandemic
09/03/2021 - With Covid restrictions looming, Americans are eager to hit the road Labor Day holiday weekend
09/03/2021 - U.S. heads into Labor Day with Covid vaccines, but a substantially worse outbreak than last year
09/03/2021 - Biden administration unveils $65 billion plan to combat next pandemics after Covid
09/03/2021 - American, Alaska Air will end pay protections for unvaccinated staff if they contract Covid
09/03/2021 - Delta Variant Does Not Cause More Severe Childhood Covid: US Study
09/03/2021 - 'My parents won't let me get the Covid vaccine'
09/04/2021 - Ivermectin: Oklahoma doctor warns against using unproven Covid drug
09/05/2021 - Japan Covid Vaccine Minister Favoured For PM; Woman Wins Backing: Report
09/05/2021 - Covid and sky-high college costs drives more students away from a four-year degree
09/05/2021 - Pfizer Covid booster shots will likely be ready Sept. 20, but Moderna may be delayed, Fauci says
09/05/2021 - Covid: Separated Australian families swap hugs at border on Father's Day
09/06/2021 - Covid vaccination rates have slumped in some parts of the world, and experts are worried
09/06/2021 - 80% Covid Immunity Lost In 6 Months In Some After Pfizer Jab: US Study
09/06/2021 - Need To Help Poor Countries Vaccinate People Against Covid: G20 Members
09/06/2021 - In World First, Cuba Starts Covid Jabs For Toddlers
09/06/2021 - The world needs rich countries to donate Covid vaccines, former New Zealand prime minister says
09/06/2021 - They Suffered Through Covid, And Still Don't Want Vaccine
09/06/2021 - Vietnamese Man Jailed For 5 Years For "Spreading" Covid
09/06/2021 - Malaysia will start treating Covid as 'endemic' around end-October, trade minister says
09/07/2021 - Vietnam: Man gets 5 years jail for spreading Covid
09/07/2021 - UK’s Boris Johnson to hike taxes to tackle Covid and social care crises
09/07/2021 - Ohio judge reverses colleague’s decision on covid patient’s ivermectin treatment: ‘Judges are not doctors’
09/07/2021 - Florida doctor upset by covid surge refuses to treat unvaccinated patients in person
09/07/2021 - Chinese exile Guo Wengui uses misinformation network to push unproven drugs to treat Covid
09/07/2021 - Covid Has "Devastating" Impact On Fight Against HIV, TB: Global Fund
09/08/2021 - The rebirth of the Financial District: Why 9/11 could be a roadmap for the Covid crisis
09/08/2021 - Sen. Elizabeth Warren asks Amazon CEO to crack down on Covid misinformation
09/08/2021 - WHO Urges "Moratorium" On Covid Vaccine Booster Shots Till End Of Year
09/08/2021 - 10 Dead In Fire At Covid Hospital In North Macedonia: Minister
09/08/2021 - Covid: North Macedonia hospital fire kills at least 10
09/08/2021 - Covid: Sydney reveals plan to end months-long lockdown
09/08/2021 - India is 'better equipped' to deal with a potential Covid third wave, WHO chief scientist says
09/09/2021 - Amsterdam's cannabis coffeeshops, already hit by Covid, fear a clampdown on tourists
09/09/2021 - Profit at bid target Morrisons falls 37% on Covid hit
09/09/2021 - Sri Lanka Asks Women To Delay Pregnancy Over Covid Risks
09/09/2021 - Airlines lower forecasts, blaming rising Covid cases for weaker travel demand
09/09/2021 - Biden to mandate Covid vaccine for federal workers, removing option to get tested instead
09/09/2021 - Moderna says it's developing a single vaccine for Covid and flu boosters - shares gain
09/09/2021 - Microsoft indefinitely postpones return to U.S. offices as Covid cases surge
09/09/2021 - Japan Extends Covid Emergency Curbs In Tokyo, Other Areas
09/09/2021 - Biden to detail new six-pronged plan to increase U.S. Covid vaccination rates, fight virus
09/09/2021 - Joe Biden Ramps Up Vaccine Mandates For Millions In Covid Battle
09/09/2021 - Joe Biden Slams 'Minority' Preventing US From Overcoming Covid
09/09/2021 - Data shows the U.S. is the world’s largest Covid vaccine donor — way ahead of China
09/09/2021 - Covid: Biden orders employees of big businesses to be vaccinated or face testing
09/09/2021 - Covid waves will hit the global supply chain for two years, Reagan economist warns
09/09/2021 - Elizabeth Holmes trial delayed after juror potentially exposed to Covid
09/10/2021 - Why are Covid cases so high when millions are fully vaccinated? Blame the delta variant, experts say
09/10/2021 - Patient concerned about covid reports sex romp at New Zealand hospital: ‘It was just all a bit staggering’
09/10/2021 - Singapore pivots to living with Covid, refrains from tightening measures even as cases rise
09/10/2021 - 'Vaccinate the children': Fauci outlines the case for offering Covid shots to young people
09/10/2021 - Covid mortgage bailouts are expiring fast, but a foreclosure crisis is unlikely
09/10/2021 - FDA says it is 'working around the clock' to support Covid vaccine approvals for kids under age 12
09/10/2021 - CNBC poll shows very little will persuade unvaccinated Americans to get Covid shots
09/10/2021 - New study finds unvaccinated are 11 times more likely to die from Covid, CDC says
09/10/2021 - Joe Biden, Xi Jinping Discuss Probe Into Origins Of Covid: White House
09/10/2021 - What you need to know about President Joe Biden's new Covid vaccine mandates
09/10/2021 - U.S. decision on Pfizer Covid shot for kids age 5 to 11 could come in October, sources say
09/10/2021 - "Moving In Wrong Direction": UN Chief Calls For Action On Covid, Climate
09/10/2021 - Covid Vaccines Reduce Severe Delta Risks: US Data
09/11/2021 - Small Decline In Covid Cases In Australia's Victoria State
09/12/2021 - South Africa Announces 'Vaccine Passport' Plans, Eases Covid Curbs
09/12/2021 - Covid Vaccines For Kids In US Could Be Available By November: Report
09/13/2021 - When Will Covid End? What Experts Predict On Next 6 Months
09/13/2021 - Vets In Full Gear Give Malaysia's Endangered Orangutans Covid Swabs
09/13/2021 - 15 Fleeing Covid Found In Refrigerated Truck In Vietnam: Report
09/13/2021 - California couple dies of covid, leaving five kids behind. Their newborn is three weeks old.
09/13/2021 - Data shows Covid booster shots 'not appropriate' at this time, U.S. and international scientists say
09/13/2021 - Chinese City Imposes Travel Curbs, Closes Public Venues In Covid Outbreak
09/13/2021 - U.S. Covid cases finally start to dip from latest peak, but Delta still on the rise in some states
09/13/2021 - Fully Vaccinated People Account For Only 1% Of Covid Deaths: UK Data
09/13/2021 - England To Offer Covid Vaccines For 12-15 Age Category
09/13/2021 - Boris Johnson To Unveil UK's Covid Booster Strategy Under Winter Plan
09/13/2021 - Covid: Which countries are vaccinating children and why?
09/13/2021 - Gates Foundation report says Covid pushed 31 million into extreme poverty, child vaccine rates fell
09/13/2021 - China's latest Covid outbreak linked to primary school
09/14/2021 - Malaysia’s government seeks $11 billion more in Covid fund, higher debt ceiling: Finance minister
09/14/2021 - More workers are facing compulsory Covid vaccination or no job
09/14/2021 - UK Schoolchildren Aged 12-15 Years To Be Offered Covid Vaccine First Dose
09/14/2021 - Vladimir Putin "Absolutely Healthy" After Covid In Inner Circle: Kremlin
09/14/2021 - Vladimir Putin is to self-isolate after Covid detected in entourage
09/14/2021 - UK Expert Panel Tecommends 3rd Covid Vaccine Booster Jab For Over-50s
09/14/2021 - Pfizer CEO says Covid vaccine data for kids under age 5 may come in late October
09/14/2021 - Canada's Justin Trudeau Tries To Link Main Rival To Alberta Covid Surge
09/14/2021 - After 3-Month Covid Lockdown, Sydney Lifts Curbs As New Cases Stabilise
09/15/2021 - 6 Months' Immunity In Mild Covid Patients As Antibodies Persist: Study
09/15/2021 - A pregnant woman hospitalized with covid miscarried her baby. Her husband regrets that they weren’t vaccinated.
09/15/2021 - UK Government Raps Nicki Minaj Over Covid Vaccine Claims
09/15/2021 - Florida landlord says tenants must get the covid vaccine: ‘You don’t want to get vaccinated? You have to move’
09/15/2021 - Israel Booster Jabs Cutting Severe Covid Even As Cases Surge : Experts
09/15/2021 - Pfizer says Israel data shows third Covid shot boosts efficacy to 95% as it makes case for boosters
09/15/2021 - Pfizer submits data to FDA showing side effects from Covid booster shots are similar to second dose
09/15/2021 - FDA staff declines to take stance on Pfizer's Covid booster shots, citing lack of verified data
09/15/2021 - New York To Offer Covid Vaccination, Testing To All Attending UN Session
09/15/2021 - Moderna releases new data on Covid breakthrough cases it says supports need for booster shots
09/15/2021 - Unvaccinated Children Suffering Covid Impact, Warns US Health Agency
09/15/2021 - Covid lockdown in Vietnam could keep coffee prices 'relatively high' through 2022
09/16/2021 - Booster Dose Can Slash Rates Of Covid Infection, Says Israeli Study
09/16/2021 - Vladimir Putin Says "Several Dozen" People In His Circle Have Covid
09/16/2021 - Covid Vaccine May Have Link With Menstrual Changes, Must Be Probed: Study
09/16/2021 - China Fully Vaccinates More Than 1 Billion People Against Covid
09/16/2021 - Delta variant is so contagious it 'raises the bar' for Covid vaccines, Moderna president says
09/16/2021 - Covid: Italy to require all workers to show 'green pass' certificate
09/16/2021 - Covid restrictions force some retailers to rethink Vietnam as a manufacturing hub
09/17/2021 - Italy makes Covid passports mandatory for all employees
09/17/2021 - A key part of Biden's plan to combat Covid is at risk as FDA meets to debate booster shots
09/17/2021 - Alabama councilman, 19, hospitalized with covid after opposing mask mandate: ‘Terrible not to be able to breathe’
09/17/2021 - Vladimir Putin Votes Online From Isolation After Covid Contact
09/17/2021 - Thailand Covid: Idle taxis used to grow food for out-of-work drivers
09/17/2021 - California counties with high Covid vaccination rates helped Newsom win the recall election
09/17/2021 - FDA panel rejects plan to administer Pfizer's Covid booster doses to general public
09/17/2021 - US Panel Votes No To Pfizer Covid Boosters For Ages 16 And Up
09/17/2021 - 100 World Leaders In US Next Week For UN Event Despite Covid Concerns
09/18/2021 - Vietnam Approves Cuba's Abdala Vaccine Amid Its Worst Covid Outbreak
09/18/2021 - 1,882 New Covid Cases In Australia; Police Quell Anti-Lockdown Protests
09/18/2021 - UK To Roll Out Life-Saving Covid Drug Given To Donald Trump
09/18/2021 - Turkmenistan: Getting Covid in a land where no cases officially exist
09/19/2021 - Fauci defends FDA panel, says it didn't make a mistake rejecting booster Covid shots for all Americans
09/20/2021 - Singapore's daily Covid cases breach 1,000 over the weekend — first time since April 2020
09/20/2021 - Covid Variants Getting Better At Travelling Through Air, Study Shows
09/20/2021 - Pfizer says its Covid vaccine is safe and generates robust immune response in kids ages 5 to 11
09/20/2021 - Pfizer Covid Vaccine Safe For Children Aged 5-11: Clinical Trial Results
09/20/2021 - U.S. to ease travel restrictions for foreign visitors who are vaccinated against Covid
09/20/2021 - US To Lift Covid Travel Ban For Vaccinated EU, UK Passengers: Report
09/20/2021 - US To Lift Covid Travel Ban For Fully Vaccinated Passengers From November
09/20/2021 - Covid: US opens up to fully vaccinated EU and UK passengers
09/20/2021 - Covid: Melbourne construction sites shut after violent vaccine protest
09/20/2021 - Covid is about to become America's deadliest pandemic as U.S. fatalities near 1918 flu estimates
09/20/2021 - More Americans Lost To Covid Than 1918 Flu Pandemic
09/21/2021 - Family urges others to get vaccinated after bride-to-be dies of covid: ‘Misinformation killed her’
09/21/2021 - Announcements On Covid, Climate Change Likely At Quad Summit: Official
09/21/2021 - J&J says Covid booster shot is 94% effective in the U.S. when given two months after first dose
09/21/2021 - His dad died of covid last year. On his 12th birthday, his only wish was to get vaccinated.
09/21/2021 - New Zealand Covid: Men caught smuggling KFC into lockdown-hit Auckland
09/21/2021 - Biden vows new era of 'relentless diplomacy' as world contends with Covid, climate change and China
09/21/2021 - Johnson & Johnson Announces Positive Covid Booster Data
09/21/2021 - Delta Overwhelming Other Covid Variants Of Concern: WHO
09/21/2021 - Covid vaccine stockpiles: Are 241m doses at risk of going to waste?
09/21/2021 - Brazil Health Minister, At UN Meet With Bolsonaro, Tests Covid Positive
09/22/2021 - Covishield: UK recognises Covid jab after India outcry
09/22/2021 - US To Donate 500 Million More Covid Vaccines To Other Countries
09/22/2021 - I'm a Celebrity: Crew member's Covid case triggers lockdown
09/22/2021 - Unvaccinated Covid patients overwhelm Ohio hospitals as delta surges across state
09/22/2021 - Average daily U.S. Covid deaths climb above 2,000 for the first time since March
09/22/2021 - FDA still silent on Covid booster shots as key CDC panel concludes first day of a two-day meeting
09/22/2021 - FDA authorizes Pfizer's Covid booster shots for people 65 and older and other vulnerable Americans
09/22/2021 - US Authorises Pfizer's Covid Booster For Elderly And High-Risk: Statement
09/22/2021 - US approves Covid booster jabs for some older and at-risk Americans
09/22/2021 - Canadian Man Punches Nurse For Giving Wife Covid Jab "Without Consent"
09/23/2021 - Southeast Asian economies will recover 'much slower' due to Covid: Asian Development Bank
09/23/2021 - UK Covid vaccine rules cause hesitancy - Africa health boss
09/23/2021 - Eliyantha White: Sri Lankan shaman dies of Covid after touting cure
09/23/2021 - European Union To Decide On Covid Booster Shot Next Month
09/23/2021 - Netherlands Covid: Boy wins court battle for right to jab
09/23/2021 - NIH director says Israel Covid booster data is 'impressive,' shows tenfold reduction in infections
09/23/2021 - CDC panel endorses Pfizer Covid booster shots for high-risk adults
09/23/2021 - Jim Cramer says uncertainty about Covid delta variant is actually helping stocks right now
09/23/2021 - Singapore migrant workers are still living in Covid lockdown
09/23/2021 - World Health Organisation Backs Antibody Treatment For High-Risk Covid
09/23/2021 - ECB's Lagarde warns energy price pressures could outlast Covid supply shocks
09/24/2021 - WHO Recommends Antibody Treatment For Critical Covid Cases. Details Here
09/24/2021 - Doctor who has lost over 100 patients to covid says some deny virus from their death beds: ‘I don’t believe you’
09/24/2021 - Biden says unvaccinated Americans are 'costing all of us' as he presses Covid vaccine mandates
09/24/2021 - CDC director defends unusual decision on Pfizer's Covid boosters: 'It was a scientific close call'
09/26/2021 - Putin Fishing, Hiking In Siberia After Self-Isolation Over Covid Scare
09/26/2021 - Singapore Reports 1,939 Covid Cases, Highest Since April Last Year
09/26/2021 - Pfizer CEO says normal life will return within a year and adds we may need annual Covid shots
09/26/2021 - Fourth Member Of Brazil's UN Delegation Tests Covid Positive
09/26/2021 - Australia's Sydney Plans To Reopen As Covid Cases Decline
09/27/2021 - Singapore is seeing daily record Covid cases. Here's why it may not be a bad thing
09/27/2021 - Covid Caused Biggest Drop In Life Expectancy Since World War II: UK Study
09/27/2021 - Jordan's Crown Prince Tests Positive For Covid, King, Queen In Quarantine
09/27/2021 - Joe Biden To Get Covid Vaccine Booster Shot: White House
09/27/2021 - Pfizer Starts mRNA Flu Vaccine Trial, Designed Like Its Covid Jab
09/28/2021 - CDC raises Covid travel advisory level for Singapore and Hong Kong
09/28/2021 - Unvaccinated Americans say booster shots proves Covid vaccines don't work, Kaiser survey shows
09/28/2021 - Watch Powell and Yellen speak live to Senate panel on Covid relief efforts
09/28/2021 - White House says more than 400,000 Americans got a Covid booster shot at pharmacies over the weekend
09/28/2021 - Fauci says data from NIH's mix-and-match Covid vaccine booster trials will soon be ready
09/28/2021 - Side Effects After Covid Booster Dose "Mild", Similar To 2nd Shot: Study
09/28/2021 - A Covid Lockdown In This Country Brings Global Clothing Giants To A Halt
09/29/2021 - New Zealand's Covid Cases Jump As It Battles Delta Variant
09/29/2021 - Pfizer board member Gottlieb says Covid vaccine approval for kids by Halloween is still possible
09/29/2021 - Covid has made biotech companies the hot new tech sector as investor demand drives record IPOs
09/29/2021 - Australian Covid data: Shock as teenagers reveal they're behind hit tracking site
09/29/2021 - These people moved to their dream destinations during Covid — here's what life is like 1 year later
09/30/2021 - 'Covid will become manageable': BioNTech co-founder says the virus will be with us for years
09/30/2021 - Vietnam's Biggest City To Start Lifting Covid Curbs To Spur Business
09/30/2021 - Australia's Melbourne Reports Record Covid Cases Despite 2 Months Of Lockdown
09/30/2021 - Watch Powell and Yellen testify live on Covid response before House committee
09/30/2021 - 'I want a normal Thanksgiving': Covid booster shot recipients say of third Pfizer dose
09/30/2021 - In a letter to the editor, a man said his relative ‘is past’ covid and ‘completely immune.’ Then came the twist.
09/30/2021 - "Modest Gains": 2% Or Fewer In Many African Nations Covid Vaccinated, WHO Says
10/01/2021 - Rising cases and deaths test Singapore's pivot to treat Covid as endemic
10/01/2021 - Vietnam's Commercial Hub Back In Business After 3-Month Covid Lockdown
10/01/2021 - South Korea Extends Curbs Amid Rise In Covid Cases In Capital City
10/01/2021 - Australia's Sydney Leader Resigns Over Corruption Allegations Amid Covid Battle
10/01/2021 - Merck to seek emergency authorization for oral Covid treatment after ‘compelling results’ in trials
10/01/2021 - Cody Rigsby, Peloton instructor and ‘Dancing with the Stars’ contestant, tests positive for covid — again
10/01/2021 - Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh tests positive for Covid, days before new term begins
10/01/2021 - Covid Infections In Children Rise In UK Month After Schools Reopened
10/01/2021 - Covid antiviral pill can halve risk of hospitalisation
10/01/2021 - Covid: India imposes 10-day quarantine on UK nationals
10/01/2021 - Gift For Getting A Friend Jabbed With Covid Vaccine In This Country
10/01/2021 - California will require Covid vaccination for K-12 schoolchildren after full FDA approval
10/01/2021 - Fauci says FDA will review Merck's new Covid treatment 'as quickly as they possibly can'
10/01/2021 - Covid threat looms over Thailand's plans to open up to tourists
10/01/2021 - Global Covid Deaths Hit 5 Million As Delta Variant Sweeps The World
10/03/2021 - Hundreds of colleges made Covid vaccines mandatory, so these students dropped out
10/03/2021 - Asia-Pacific stocks rise after Merck announces new Covid treatment; China markets closed
10/03/2021 - Merck's New Covid Pill Raises Hopes For Nations Struggling To Vaccinate
10/04/2021 - New Zealand Drops "Covid Zero" Goal After "Game Changer" Delta Variant
10/04/2021 - Thailand In Talks With Merck For 200,000 Courses Of New Covid Pill
10/04/2021 - Blood Thinners Reduce Covid Deaths By 50%, Hospitalisation By 43%: Study
10/04/2021 - Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country
10/04/2021 - VA hospital nurse charged with stealing and selling covid vaccination cards: ‘I charge $150 for these’
10/04/2021 - EU Drug Watchdog Approves Pfizer Booster Covid Vaccine For All Adults
10/04/2021 - Supreme Court begins pivotal new term with first in-person arguments since the Covid pandemic
10/04/2021 - Weekly Global Covid Deaths Lowest In Nearly A Year: Report
10/04/2021 - Pfizer Vaccine Prevents Severe Covid For At Least 6 Months, Shows Study
10/04/2021 - China Test Kit Buys Spiked Months Before 1st Known Covid Cases: Report
10/05/2021 - Zero Covid strategies are being abandoned after the delta variant 'changed the game'
10/05/2021 - North Korea Pursues Weapons Despite Covid Blockade: UN Report
10/05/2021 - Covid cases in kids are soaring. In Tennessee, most remain unmasked and unvaccinated.
10/05/2021 - Guatemala: Anti-vaccine villagers attack and hold nurses with Covid jabs
10/05/2021 - WHO says Merck's antiviral Covid pill is 'certainly good news' as it awaits data
10/05/2021 - Johnson & Johnson Asks US To Authorise Booster Shots Of Covid Vaccine
10/05/2021 - Spain To Give Third Dose Of Covid Vaccine To 70 Year-Olds
10/05/2021 - Misinformation On Covid, Vaccines "Resulting In People Dying", WHO Warns
10/06/2021 - Business insolvencies set to rise globally in 2022 — first time since Covid pandemic, research shows
10/06/2021 - Australian Firm Recalls US At-Home Covid Test Kits Over False Positives
10/06/2021 - Companies hired at a brisk pace in September despite fears about Covid and the economy, ADP says
10/06/2021 - Record 929 Covid Deaths In Russia Today
10/06/2021 - Long Covid now has a formal definition. Here’s what you need to know
10/06/2021 - Ivermectin: How false science created a Covid miracle drug
10/06/2021 - Covid Protection Wanes Months After Second Shot, Booster Needed: Study
10/07/2021 - Heart Damage Plagues Covid Survivors A Year After Infection, Study Shows
10/07/2021 - Brazil Probes Hospital Chain Over Medicine Bolsonaro Touted As Covid Cure
10/07/2021 - Pfizer asks FDA to authorize Covid vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11
10/07/2021 - Fired for refusing a Covid vaccine? You likely can’t get unemployment benefits
10/07/2021 - Ozy got $5.7 million in Covid loans meant for payroll, but ex-staffers say they didn't see any of it
10/07/2021 - Pfizer Seeks US Authorization Of Covid Vaccine For Ages 5-11
10/07/2021 - WHO Set To Restart Sputnik Covid Vaccine Analysis
10/08/2021 - Covid cases dip below 100,000 a day in U.S. as nation faces colder weather and more closed-in spaces
10/08/2021 - Massachusetts man who faked own death over Covid relief scam sentenced
10/08/2021 - Russia Records Over 49,000 Covid Deaths In August: Federal Agency
10/08/2021 - 'We will comply:' Spirit Airlines CEO prepares staff for federal Covid vaccine mandate
10/08/2021 - Iceland Suspends Moderna Covid Vaccine Over Heart-Inflammation Fears
10/08/2021 - Will Accept WHO-Approved Covid Vaccines For International Visitors: US
10/09/2021 - Thousands Protest In Rome Against Covid Health Pass System At Workplaces
10/09/2021 - Covid vaccine: Why these US workers won't get jabbed
10/10/2021 - Covid Australia: Sydney celebrates end of 107-day lockdown
10/10/2021 - Singapore's Ambitious Quarantine-Free Travel Plan Eyes Covid "New Normal"
10/11/2021 - Merck asks FDA to authorize antiviral Covid pill for emergency use
10/11/2021 - Covid vaccines: How fast is progress around the world?
10/11/2021 - U.S. moves closer to clearing Moderna and J&J Covid booster shots this week
10/11/2021 - Covid: UK start to pandemic worst public health failure ever, MPs say
10/11/2021 - WHO Calls For Climate Action To Assure Sustained Recovery From Covid
10/12/2021 - "Not Covid," Says Putin, Seen Repeatedly Coughing On State Television
10/12/2021 - UK Government Mishandled Initial Covid Response: MP's Probe
10/12/2021 - Lawmakers slam UK's Covid response, say 'herd immunity' strategy a public health failure
10/12/2021 - These are health insurance options if you're fired for refusing to get a Covid vaccine
10/12/2021 - FDA staff doesn't take stance on Moderna Covid boosters, says two doses protect against severe disease
10/12/2021 - Southwest CEO says he never wanted a Covid vaccine mandate but Biden forced his hand
10/12/2021 - G20 Trade Ministers Vow To Work Towards Fairer Covid Vaccine Distribution
10/13/2021 - Russia's daily Covid death toll hits grim record as cases rise and vaccinations lag
10/13/2021 - It May Be "Last Chance" To Find Covid Origins: WHO After Forming New Panel
10/13/2021 - FDA scientists strike favorable tone on J&J Covid booster shots ahead of vote this week
10/13/2021 - White House calls on pediatricians to help with rollout of kids' Covid vaccine as early as November
10/13/2021 - J&J Covid vaccine recipients are better off getting Pfizer or Moderna booster, NIH study suggests
10/13/2021 - Covid: New WHO group may be last chance to find virus origins
10/13/2021 - Melbourne Set For Covid Lockdown Exit Despite Record Cases
10/13/2021 - Vietnam: Owners heartbroken after 12 dogs killed over Covid
10/13/2021 - Foreclosures are surging as Covid mortgage bailouts expire, but they're still at low levels
10/13/2021 - Indonesia Covid: Slow start as Bali re-opens to foreign tourists
10/14/2021 - British Schools Reopening Cause Covid Cases To Rise Among Children: Study
10/14/2021 - Walgreens earnings top estimates, as drugstore gives twice as many Covid vaccines as expected
10/14/2021 - Tuberculosis Deaths On Rise Again Globally Due To Covid: WHO
10/14/2021 - More Americans are getting Covid vaccine boosters than first doses in rush for third shots
10/14/2021 - FDA panel unanimously recommends Moderna Covid booster shots for at-risk adults
10/14/2021 - Moderna Covid Booster Shot Backed By US Expert Panel For At-Risk Adults
10/14/2021 - Australia's Victoria Records Near-Record Covid Surge As Curbs Set To Ease
10/14/2021 - South Sudan: How to deliver Covid vaccines in a country with few roads
10/14/2021 - Covid: Strike fears as Italy's workers require Covid pass
10/14/2021 - The mystery of how long Covid damages our memory
10/15/2021 - 48 hours to live: An Oklahoma hospital’s rush to find an ICU bed for a covid patient
10/15/2021 - Businesses brace for Biden Covid vaccine mandate as Republicans threaten lawsuits
10/15/2021 - Covid: US to lift travel ban for fully jabbed on 8 November
10/15/2021 - Pfizer Submits Data For Approval Of Covid Jab For Ages 5 To 11 in Europe
10/15/2021 - FDA panel unanimously recommends J&J Covid booster shots to adults who already got the first dose
10/16/2021 - Russia Tops 1,000 Covid Deaths In A Day For First Time
10/16/2021 - Covid: Russia's daily deaths pass 1,000 for first time
10/16/2021 - New York real estate heir Robert Durst hospitalized with Covid days after life sentence, his attorney says
10/16/2021 - US Tycoon Robert Durst, Sentenced To Life, On Ventilator With Covid: Lawyer
10/16/2021 - Robert Durst: US millionaire hospitalised with Covid after life sentence
10/17/2021 - Mecca Grand Mosque Drops Social Distancing, 1st Time Since Covid Outbreak
10/17/2021 - China Warns Of 'Twindemic' Risk Of Influenza, Imported Covid Cases
10/17/2021 - Why Levi's is opening 100 new stores as Covid online sales boom keeps growing
10/17/2021 - Covid: Thousands of children left without parents in Iran
10/17/2021 - Faster-Than-Expected Vaccinations Help Australia's Sydney Ease Covid Curbs
10/17/2021 - Has Covid changed New York City nightlife forever?
10/17/2021 - Iran's Covid orphans: 'She keeps asking where daddy is'
10/18/2021 - Thailand To Stop Using Sinovac Covid Vaccine When Stocks End This Month
10/18/2021 - Colin Powell, former secretary of State who made case for Iraq invasion, dies of Covid complications
10/18/2021 - Colin Powell, First US Black Secretary Of State, Dies Of Covid
10/18/2021 - Colin Powell: Former US secretary of state dies of Covid complications
10/18/2021 - South Africa Rejects Russian Sputnik V Covid Vaccine Over HIV Fears
10/18/2021 - NBA projects $10 billion in revenue as audiences return after Covid, but TV viewership is a question
10/18/2021 - Boris Johnson Government Under Spotlight As Covid Cases Rise Again In UK
10/18/2021 - Covid: Australia's Flying Doctors take vaccines to vast remote areas
10/18/2021 - Narendra Modi: 'Why is the Indian PM's photo on my Covid vaccine certificate?'
10/18/2021 - "Unprecedented" Crackdown On Free Speech During Covid Pandemic: Amnesty
10/18/2021 - Pfizer Seeks Approval For Covid Jabs For Children Aged 5-11 In Canada
10/18/2021 - UK Covid Surge Sparks Call For "Urgent" Probe Into Delta Plus
10/19/2021 - WHO Aims To Help Poorer Countries Access Vaccine With $10 Covid Pills
10/19/2021 - The UK has one of the highest Covid infection rates in the world right now: Here's why
10/19/2021 - Nick Rolovich: Washington State football coach fired for refusing Covid vaccine
10/19/2021 - J&J Covid vaccine adds $502 million to third-quarter sales
10/19/2021 - Conservative radio host said he constantly hugged strangers to catch covid: ‘What I hoped for the entire time’
10/19/2021 - US To Allow Covid Vaccine Booster "Mix And Match": Reports
10/19/2021 - Atea Pharma's Covid treatment fails to meet study goal, shares plunge
10/19/2021 - China To Donate 2 Million Additional Covid Vaccines To Nepal: Minister
10/19/2021 - Walmart donated to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott as he fought Biden Covid vaccine mandate
10/19/2021 - CDC study shows Pfizer Covid vaccine is 93% effective against hospitalization in 12- to 18-year-olds
10/19/2021 - Covid: Moscow imposes new restrictions as infections soar
10/19/2021 - Jair Bolsonaro Must Face Homicide Charge For Covid Errors: Senate Report
10/19/2021 - France's Covid Hospitalisations Rise For 3rd Day In A Row
10/20/2021 - Gates Foundation Commits $120 Million To Support Access To New Covid Pill
10/20/2021 - Covid: Brazil's President Bolsonaro accused of crimes against humanity
10/20/2021 - First Case Of Delta Covid Strain's Subvariant Shows Up In Israel
10/20/2021 - UK doctors call for urgent return of Covid restrictions as experts monitor new mutation
10/20/2021 - Pregnancy Changes Immune Response To Covid Vaccination: Report
10/20/2021 - Russia Reports Record 1,028 Covid Deaths In 24 Hours
10/20/2021 - Russia's Vladimir Putin Orders Week-Long Paid Holiday As Covid Cases Soar
10/20/2021 - White House announces plan to distribute Covid vaccine to kids age 5 to 11 as soon as it's authorized
10/20/2021 - Singapore Extends Covid "Stabilisation Phase" By A Month As Cases Rise
10/20/2021 - US Details Plan To Vaccinate Children Aged 5-11 Against Covid
10/20/2021 - WHO warns of rise in Covid cases across Europe for third consecutive week as restrictions are eased
10/20/2021 - FDA clears Moderna and J&J Covid boosters, allows 'mix and match' shots
10/20/2021 - US Authorizes 'Mix And Match' Covid Vaccine Boosters, Says Regulator
10/20/2021 - Covid boosters: FDA approves Moderna and J&J shots
10/20/2021 - Covid: WHO warns pandemic will drag on into 2022
10/20/2021 - Melbourne Prepares To Exit World's Longest Covid Lockdown
10/20/2021 - Covid Recovery Poses Dire Climate, Health Risks: Report
10/21/2021 - India administers over one billion Covid vaccine doses
10/21/2021 - Russia's 35% Vaccine Rate Leads To "Truly Horrible" Covid Surge
10/21/2021 - Flights Cancelled, Schools Closed As China Ramps Up Testing To Fight Covid Spike
10/21/2021 - Russia Reintroduces Covid Curbs In Capital From October 28 Amid Surge
10/21/2021 - A couple died of covid, leaving five children behind. A relative says people called their deaths ‘fake news.’
10/21/2021 - Biden's support fading fast, as CNBC survey finds concerns on the economy, Covid and inflation
10/21/2021 - Watch live: CDC panel to vote on Moderna and J&J Covid booster shots
10/21/2021 - What does your star sign say about your covid vaccination status? One Utah county crunched the numbers.
10/21/2021 - CDC panel endorses Moderna and J&J Covid boosters, sending to director for final approval
10/21/2021 - Russia's Covid nightmare driven by vaccine rejection
10/21/2021 - Melbourne Reopens As World's Most Locked-Down City Eases Covid Curbs
10/22/2021 - 'The UK really is in trouble': Doctors warn of a dire Covid crisis as officials reject restrictions
10/22/2021 - Beijing Launches Mass Testing After 4 New Covid Cases Found
10/22/2021 - Pfizer says Covid vaccine more than 90% effective in kids
10/22/2021 - Billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones tests positive for Covid day after Robin Hood charity event
10/22/2021 - Pfizer Says Covid Vaccine More Than 90% Effective In Children Aged 5-11
10/22/2021 - U.S. officials keep close watch on the 'delta plus' Covid mutation as it spreads in the U.K.
10/22/2021 - Canada Scraps Covid Travel Advisory, Ontario To End Mask Rules By March
10/22/2021 - Covid: Romania's health system torn apart by pandemic
10/22/2021 - British Finance Minister Rishi Sunak Rules Out Return To Covid Curbs: Reports
10/22/2021 - FDA says Pfizer Covid vaccine appears to be highly effective for young children
10/22/2021 - Australia's Melbourne Enjoys First Weekend Out After Long Covid Lockdown
10/23/2021 - New Zealand's Covid Outbreak Spreads Despite Strict Lockdown
10/23/2021 - Russia Reports Record Covid Deaths, Cases In Last 24 Hours
10/23/2021 - Covid vaccine boosters are now available. Here's who's eligible for Pfizer, Moderna and J&J's shots
10/23/2021 - Namibia Halts Use Of Russian Covid Vaccine After South African HIV Fears
10/24/2021 - Australia Looks To Roll Out Covid Booster Shots Soon As Curbs Ease
10/24/2021 - China postpones Beijing marathon due to Covid surge
10/24/2021 - China's New Covid Outbreak, Driven By Delta, May Worsen: Official
10/25/2021 - 100-Day Olympic Countdown In Beijing Amid Boycott Calls As Covid Weighs
10/25/2021 - US To Finance India's Biological E In $50 Million Covid Vaccine Deal
10/25/2021 - Moderna Says Its Covid Vaccine Protective, Safe In Young Children
10/25/2021 - Business groups ask White House to delay Biden Covid vaccine mandate until after the holidays
10/25/2021 - Russia Reports Record High Covid Cases In Last 24 Hours
10/25/2021 - Moderna says its Covid vaccine generates strong immune response in 6- to 11-year-olds
10/25/2021 - India's Biological E, US Finalise $50 Million Covid Vaccine Deal: Report
10/25/2021 - U.S. to require contact tracing, Covid tests when international visitor curbs lift next month
10/25/2021 - Covid: Biden sets new rules as air travel to the US reopens
10/26/2021 - China Puts Lanzhou, City Of 4 Million, Under Lockdown Due To Covid
10/26/2021 - College enrollment notched the largest two-year decline in 50 years, due to Covid
10/26/2021 - Brazil senators to vote on damning Covid report
10/26/2021 - Switzerland Approves Covid Booster Shots For People Aged Over 65
10/26/2021 - Covid Poses Higher Risk Of Rare Brain Conditions Than Vaccines: Study
10/26/2021 - CDC extends Covid restrictions for cruise ship industry into January
10/26/2021 - US To Weigh Authorisation Of Pfizer Covid Vaccine For Children Aged 5-11
10/26/2021 - Covid Crisis "Far From Finished", Says WHO
10/26/2021 - FDA panel recommends Pfizer's low-dose Covid vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11
10/26/2021 - Covid: FDA officials back Pfizer jab for children over five in US
10/26/2021 - US Panel Recommends Pfizer Covid Vaccine For Younger Children
10/26/2021 - Covid: Charlize Theron wants fairer distribution of vaccines
10/26/2021 - Australia Approves Covid Vaccine Booster Shots For 18 And Above
10/26/2021 - Covid: Australia to end ban on citizens leaving country
10/27/2021 - "World's Most-Visited City" Before Covid Prepares To End Devastating Curbs
10/27/2021 - China's "Steady" Covid Surge Brings Sense Of Foreboding In Border Towns
10/27/2021 - McDonald's earnings beat as Covid restrictions ease, fueling strong international sales
10/27/2021 - UK Wasted 37 Billion Pounds On Covid Plan That Failed: Lawmakers' Report
10/27/2021 - Russia Discourages Domestic Travel To Curb Covid Surge
10/27/2021 - California readies 4,000 sites to administer 1.2 million Covid vaccines to kids 5 to 11 in first week
10/27/2021 - Covid passes set to stay as Europe heads for winter
10/28/2021 - Covid: Moscow shops and restaurants shut in partial lockdown
10/28/2021 - Merck ready to deploy tens of millions of its Covid antiviral pills if regulators approve, CEO says
10/28/2021 - Chinese City Mandates Covid Vaccine Booster Shots For Some Workers
10/28/2021 - Covid Plan Needs $23.4 Billion Over Next Year: WHO
10/28/2021 - Global Covid cases and deaths rise for the first time in two months, WHO says
10/28/2021 - Indonesia calls for vaccine equity after Covid toll
10/28/2021 - South Korea Relaxes Restrictions In First Step Towards "Living With Covid"
10/29/2021 - Delta mutation is no reason to panic — but Covid vaccination remains crucial, scientists say
10/29/2021 - Gordon Brown calls for richer countries to airlift surplus Covid vaccines
10/29/2021 - Flights, Weddings Cancelled As China Tackles Covid Outbreak
10/29/2021 - Trials For Covid Vaccine Pill To Begin In South Africa
10/29/2021 - Labor unions push White House to add worker protections to Biden Covid vaccine mandate
10/29/2021 - FDA clears Pfizer's Covid vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11, shots could begin next week
10/29/2021 - US Authorises Pfizer Covid Vaccine For Children Aged 5 To 11
10/29/2021 - Needle-Free Covid Vaccine Patches Coming Soon, Say Researchers
10/29/2021 - US Spy Agencies May Never Be Able To Identify Covid Origins: Report
10/30/2021 - Britain Sending Millions More Covid Vaccine Doses To Developing Nations
10/30/2021 - G20: Climate and Covid top agenda as world leaders meet
10/30/2021 - Russia's Nationwide Paid Holiday Comes Into Effect To Curb Covid
10/30/2021 - UK Cuts Gap Between 2nd Covid Jab And Booster Shots For Vulnerable Groups
10/30/2021 - U.S. Covid cases fall to less than half of peak delta levels as country approaches holiday season
10/30/2021 - China Imposes New Curbs Over "Serious" Covid Outbreak
10/30/2021 - "Recklessness": Germany's Angela Merkel Sounds Alarm At Covid Resurgence
10/30/2021 - Kamala Harris Gets Covid Booster Shot, Says Vaccines "Safe, Free"
10/30/2021 - Canada Vows To Donate 200 Million Covid Vaccine Doses To Poorer Countries
10/31/2021 - "Political And False": China Slams US Over Covid Origin Report
10/31/2021 - G20 agrees on global taxation reforms - COVID vaccines also discussed
10/31/2021 - Moderna says FDA needs more time to review its Covid vaccine for teens
10/31/2021 - US Delays Approval For Moderna Covid Vaccine In Teenagers
10/31/2021 - Shanghai Disneyland suspends entry on Halloween, parkgoers required to take Covid tests to exit
11/01/2021 - Covid: Emotional reunions as Australia's border reopens
11/01/2021 - The Unhappiness Of A Chinese Border Village Fighting To Keep Covid out
11/01/2021 - Shanghai Disneyland Temporarily Closed After Guest Tests Covid Positive
11/01/2021 - US Covid Origins Report Is Without Credibility, Says China
11/01/2021 - Global Covid deaths hit 5 million as pandemic takes staggering toll
11/01/2021 - Texas-India Vaccine Diplomacy Announces Covid Vaccine For $1.5 Per Dose
11/01/2021 - Federal contractors get broad flexibility to enforce Covid vaccine rules for millions of workers
11/01/2021 - Biden administration to publish details on Covid vaccine mandate for businesses in coming days
11/01/2021 - Kids Covid vaccination program will be 'fully up and running' next week, White House says
11/01/2021 - Covid vaccines for kids are coming soon — some families are counting the minutes
11/01/2021 - Day of the Dead parade returns to Mexico City after Covid
11/01/2021 - Spain energy crisis: Soaring bills hamper recovery from Covid
11/01/2021 - Novavax Covid Vaccine Gets First Authorization, "More Expected" Says CEO
11/02/2021 - 'Stock Up', China's Dire Warning To Citizens Amid Tight Covid Curbs
11/02/2021 - Northern New Zealand Sealed Off Over "Undetected" Covid Spread
11/02/2021 - Covid Restrictions In Australia's Sydney To Ease Weeks Ahead Of Schedule
11/02/2021 - Half of Beijing's flights are cancelled as China's capital city tightens Covid restrictions
11/02/2021 - Pfizer raises Covid vaccine sales forecast to $36 billion for 2021
11/02/2021 - Compound That Can Potentially Ease Covid Symptoms Identified: Study
11/02/2021 - Scientists Identify New Antibody For Covid, Variants: Report
11/02/2021 - Pfizer will have enough Covid vaccines available for every U.S. kid following clearance, CEO says
11/02/2021 - CDC panel recommends Pfizer Covid shot for kids ages 5 to 11 in critical step toward clearance
11/02/2021 - US Authorised To Provide Pfizer Covid Vaccine To Children Aged 5-11
11/02/2021 - Covid: US fully approves Pfizer vaccine for children over five
11/02/2021 - China's Covid Cases Spike To Near 3-Month High Despite Tight Curbs
11/03/2021 - Covid Pandemic Is Not Over, Christmas May Be Difficult: UK Medical Expert
11/03/2021 - CVS Health beats on earnings, gets lift from Covid vaccines and prescription volumes
11/03/2021 - Ford to impose Covid vaccine mandate on most of its 32,000 salaried workers
11/03/2021 - CDC director urges kids who've had a prior Covid infection to still get vaccinated
11/04/2021 - Germany Reports Biggest Daily Rise In Covid Cases Since Pandemic Began
11/04/2021 - Europe Could See "Another Half A Million Covid Deaths" By February: WHO
11/04/2021 - Merck's Covid pill approved by UK regulator, a potential game-changer in fighting the pandemic
11/04/2021 - Moderna shares fall after company cuts 2021 forecast for Covid vaccine sales
11/04/2021 - UK Becomes First Country To Approve Merck's Oral Covid Pill
11/04/2021 - Covid: Record German cases as WHO warns of Europe deaths
11/04/2021 - Businesses have until after the holidays to implement Biden Covid vaccine mandate
11/04/2021 - Watch live: Fauci, CDC's Walensky and others testify before Congress on U.S. Covid response
11/04/2021 - WHO warns that Europe is once again at the epicenter of the Covid pandemic
11/04/2021 - High-risk Covid gene more common in South Asians
11/04/2021 - October's jobs report expected to show a rebound in hiring as Covid cases declined
11/04/2021 - Several big business groups aren't happy with Biden's Covid vaccine mandate
11/04/2021 - Journalist Jailed For Covid Coverage In China Now "Close To Death"
11/05/2021 - Pfizer says its Covid pill with HIV drug cuts the risk of hospitalization or death by 89%
11/05/2021 - Pfizer Says Its Antiviral Pill Cuts Risk Of Severe Covid By 89%
11/05/2021 - Covid: Pfizer says antiviral pill 89% effective in high risk cases
11/05/2021 - Pfizer board member Gottlieb says the Covid pandemic could be over in the U.S. by January
11/05/2021 - Emergent Biosolutions shares plunge more than 42% after U.S. cancels deal with Covid vaccine maker
11/05/2021 - Alpha Covid Variant Detected In Dogs, Cats: Report
11/05/2021 - Covid vaccine to be mandatory for children in Costa Rica
11/05/2021 - Labor secretary says most truck drivers are exempt from Covid mandate, handing industry a win
11/06/2021 - New Zealand Crosses 200 Daily Covid Cases For First Time In Pandemic
11/06/2021 - Russia Reports Highest-Ever Daily Covid Count Despite Paid Holiday
11/06/2021 - Greece Imposes New Curbs For Unvaccinated As Covid Cases Rise
11/07/2021 - Australia's Sydney To Further Ease Covid Curbs As Vaccinations Pick Up
11/07/2021 - Japan Sees No Daily Deaths From Covid For 1st Time In 15 Months: Report
11/07/2021 - Covid Vaccine Booster Shots Roll Out For Australians As Curbs Ease
11/08/2021 - China Struggles With Worst Covid Outbreaks Since Wuhan Origin
11/08/2021 - Germany's 7-Day Covid Incidence Rate Hits Record High
11/08/2021 - Russia Ends Week-Long Nationwide Paid Holiday Despite Spiking Covid Cases
11/08/2021 - He nearly died of covid, then apologized to hospital staff for not being vaccinated: ‘It all could’ve been avoided’
11/08/2021 - Unvaccinated Covid Patients To Pay Their Own Medical Bills: Singapore
11/08/2021 - Regeneron CEO says its monoclonal antibodies protect people from Covid for months
11/08/2021 - Denmark Re-Introduces Health Pass After Sharp Rise In Covid Cases
11/08/2021 - US-Mexico Border Reopens After 20 Months Of Covid Shutdown
11/08/2021 - Chinese City Offers Cash For Clues To Trace Latest Covid Outbreak
11/09/2021 - Singapore Court Delays Disabled Man's Execution Due To Covid Infection
11/09/2021 - Indian-Origin Malaysian's Execution Suspended In Singapore Over Covid
11/09/2021 - Covid Stole 28 Million Years Of Life From 31 Countries Last Year
11/09/2021 - European Union To Approve First Covid Antibody Drugs Amid Spike In Cases
11/09/2021 - Pfizer CEO says people who spread misinformation on Covid vaccines are 'criminals'
11/09/2021 - Pfizer asks FDA to authorize Covid booster shots for all adults
11/09/2021 - France To Make Covid Booster Shot Mandatory For Over 65 Year Olds
11/09/2021 - Moderna Seeks EU Approval Of Covid Vaccine For 6 To 11 Year Olds
11/09/2021 - Pfizer Requests US Emergency Authorisation For Covid Booster For Adults
11/09/2021 - Looking Forward To "Second Generation" Of Covid Vaccines: WHO
11/09/2021 - Covid: France brings in booster requirement for over 65s
11/09/2021 - NFL fines Aaron Rodgers and Packers for Covid violations
11/09/2021 - 4 Lions At Singapore Zoo Test Covid Positive: Report
11/09/2021 - Those Vaccinated 16 Times Less Likely To Die From Covid: Australia Study
11/10/2021 - Vietnam Approves India's Covid Vaccine Covaxin For Emergency Use
11/10/2021 - Germany Advises Against Moderna Covid Vaccine For People Under 30
11/10/2021 - A North Dakota GOP lawmaker helped organize an anti-vaccine rally. Then he got covid and couldn’t attend.
11/10/2021 - After weeks of declines, U.S. Covid cases have stalled at a high level: 'The ERs are packed'
11/10/2021 - White House says about 900,000 kids ages 5 to 11 got a Covid vaccine in first week
11/10/2021 - Singapore halts execution because the man to be hanged had COVID
11/10/2021 - US Announces Deal To Bring Covid Vaccines To Conflict Zones
11/10/2021 - France Experiencing Start Of Fifth Wave Of Covid Epidemic, Says Minister
11/11/2021 - New RNA-Based Therapy Protects Mice From Covid Virus, Variants: Study
11/11/2021 - Beijing Imposes Restrictions On Conferences, Events Amid Covid Outbreak
11/11/2021 - Japan's Biggest Airline Urges Fewer Travel Curbs Amid Fall In Covid Cases
11/11/2021 - San Francisco police officer dies of covid while on leave for failing to meet vaccination requirement
11/11/2021 - The unemployment rate among military spouses spiked during Covid, but more remote jobs could help
11/11/2021 - Germany was a Covid 'poster child.' Now it's seeing 50,000 cases a day, prompting a dramatic warning
11/11/2021 - Moderna says Covid vaccine has fewer breakthrough cases than Pfizer's, but higher myocarditis rates
11/11/2021 - Covid: Austrians heading towards lockdown for unvaccinated
11/11/2021 - Virginia pharmacy incorrectly administers Covid vaccine to 112 kids, officials pull remaining doses
11/12/2021 - Beijing Cancels Events As Covid Hits 17-Month Record
11/12/2021 - UK Covid rates are now falling rapidly despite dire warnings for the winter
11/12/2021 - China Suspects Kids' Clothing Deliveries Are Spreading Covid
11/12/2021 - AstraZeneca Selling Covid Vaccine At Profit After 3rd Quarter Loss
11/12/2021 - Covid: Dutch set for partial lockdown as infections surge
11/12/2021 - Daimler Truck CEO says he's more concerned about chips than Covid
11/12/2021 - 10 Countries In Europe Face Covid Situation Of "High Concern"
11/12/2021 - WHO Restarts Evaluation Of Russian Covid Vaccine
11/13/2021 - Fighter jets and freighters in focus at the first major air show since the Covid pandemic
11/13/2021 - "Reconsider": Angela Merkel To Germany's Unvaccinated As Covid Rises
11/13/2021 - Covid: Dutch accept life within 'lockdown-lite'
11/13/2021 - Why WHO Chief Called Covid Booster Shots Programme A "Scandal"
11/14/2021 - We're concerned about a fourth wave of Covid from Europe, Emirates president says
11/14/2021 - Covid: Austria orders nationwide lockdown for unvaccinated
11/14/2021 - Why China is still trying to achieve zero Covid
11/14/2021 - Lockdown For The Unvaccinated - This Country Takes Drastic Covid Step
11/15/2021 - Europe should be wary of possible new Covid variants, the bloc's economics chief says
11/15/2021 - Germany's Covid Infections Hit New High, Tighter Curbs Planned
11/15/2021 - Hospital revokes Houston doctor’s privileges for ‘spreading dangerous misinformation’ about covid on Twitter
11/15/2021 - Cholesterol-Lowering Drug Linked To Reduced Death Risk From Covid: Study
11/15/2021 - China Covid: Outrage after pet dog killed by health workers
11/15/2021 - Dr. Fauci says Covid cases are starting to climb in some areas of the U.S.
11/15/2021 - Dr. Fauci troubled by political divide over Covid science, says it's hampered pandemic response
11/15/2021 - How Covid conspiracists are shifting to climate change denial
11/16/2021 - Covid: The country locking down the unvaccinated
11/16/2021 - Pfizer To Allow Other Companies To Produce Its Covid Pill
11/16/2021 - Germany's Coalition-In-Waiting Caught Off Guard As Covid Fourth Wave Hits
11/16/2021 - WHO says delta variant accounts for 99% of Covid cases around the world
11/16/2021 - Pfizer submits FDA application for emergency approval of Covid treatment pill
11/16/2021 - Dr. Fauci says U.S. Covid cases need to fall below 10,000 a day to get to a 'degree of normality'
11/17/2021 - Austrian police conduct random checks to enforce Covid lockdowns for the unvaccinated
11/17/2021 - "Work From Home": Ireland Traces Back Steps As Covid Cases Surge
11/17/2021 - Covid-19 live updates: Covid could be endemic illness by next year with more vaccine uptake, Fauci says
11/17/2021 - Germany's Covid "Dramatic", Says Angela Merkel, Urges Vaccine Sceptics
11/17/2021 - France May Need More To Work-From-Home, Says Top Advisor Amid Covid Surge
11/17/2021 - More Americans are planning holiday parties without masks this year as Covid vaccine rates climb
11/17/2021 - Merkel: Germany hit by full force of Covid
11/17/2021 - White House says about 10% of 5- to 11-year-olds in U.S. already have first Covid shots
11/17/2021 - Moderna submits FDA application to authorize Covid boosters for all adults
11/17/2021 - CEO of Covid antibody maker Vir Biotech says their treatment 'stands up well' to all variants
11/18/2021 - Belgium announces new Covid restrictions, but prime minister vows to avoid lockdown
11/18/2021 - Record high cases, more rules and partial lockdowns: A new Covid wave engulfs Europe
11/18/2021 - AstraZeneca's antibody drug over 80% effective at preventing Covid, trial shows
11/18/2021 - "We Thought He Had Covid But It Was Smog": Pakistan's Struggle To Breathe
11/18/2021 - Pfizer Announces Plan To Sell 10 Million Covid Pills To US For $5.3 Billion
11/18/2021 - Biden administration buys 10 million courses of Pfizer Covid treatment pill
11/18/2021 - Masks Cut Covid Risk In Half, New Study Shows
11/18/2021 - Covid: Germany to place tighter curbs on unvaccinated
11/18/2021 - State officials from California to Maine are already giving out Covid boosters to all adults
11/18/2021 - First Wuhan Covid Case Days Later Than Initially Reported: Scientist
11/19/2021 - Austria To Go Under Lockdown From Monday As Covid Cases Soar
11/19/2021 - Austrian Media Report Complete Covid Lockdown Coming As Decision Looms
11/19/2021 - Woman Selling Seafood At Wuhan Market Could Be first Known Covid Case
11/19/2021 - Austria to go into full lockdown as Covid surges
11/19/2021 - Austria re-imposes a full Covid lockdown and makes vaccination mandatory
11/19/2021 - FDA clears Moderna and Pfizer's Covid vaccine booster shots for all U.S. adults
11/19/2021 - US Clears Covid Boosters For All Adults
11/19/2021 - Canada Approves Pfizer Covid Vaccine For Children In 5-11 Age Group
11/19/2021 - New Sub-Lineage Of Covid Delta Variant Found In Sri Lanka
11/19/2021 - EU Regulator Backs Merck Covid Pill, Says These Adults Can Take It
11/19/2021 - Covid cases rise yet again in U.S. ahead of Thanksgiving holiday
11/19/2021 - CDC panel unanimously endorses Pfizer and Moderna Covid boosters for all U.S. adults
11/19/2021 - Rotterdam police clash with rioters as Covid protest turns violent
11/19/2021 - Netherlands: Police fire warning shots at Covid protesters
11/20/2021 - Thousands Protest Against Covid Vaccinations Across Australia
11/20/2021 - Iraq Gets 1.2 Million Pfizer Covid Vaccine Doses Amid Fears Of 4th Wave
11/20/2021 - Covid: WHO says it is very worried about Europe surge
11/20/2021 - More Than Half The Population Fully Vaccinated Against Covid, Says Iran
11/20/2021 - Netherlands Covid riots: Fireworks and chaos on the streets for a second night
11/20/2021 - Covid: Fresh protests in Europe against new restrictions
11/21/2021 - Covid Fifth Wave "Starting At Lightning Speed", Says France
11/21/2021 - 19 Arrested In Netherlands' Second Night Of Riots Over Covid Curbs
11/21/2021 - UK Calls Out Racial Bias In Oximeter Device Used To Assess Covid Patients
11/21/2021 - Covid: Water cannons and tear gas fired at protesters in Belgium
11/21/2021 - Austria Powers Down Public Life As Fourth Covid Lockdown Begins
11/21/2021 - Covid: Austria back in lockdown as protests rock Europe
11/22/2021 - In pictures: Protests against Covid rules and lockdowns erupt across Europe
11/22/2021 - Austria Re-Enters Partial Covid Lockdown Amid Violent Protests In Europe
11/22/2021 - Covid in Kenya: Unvaccinated to be barred from basic services
11/22/2021 - Germany's Merkel urges tougher measures to battle 4th wave of Covid
11/22/2021 - Biden picks Jerome Powell to lead the Fed for a second term as the U.S. battles Covid and inflation
11/22/2021 - 'Jabbed, Cured Or Dead', Germany Warns As Europe Battles Covid Surge
11/22/2021 - Pfizer's Covid Vaccine Trial Data Shows Long-Term Efficacy In Adolescents
11/22/2021 - Angela Merkel Urges Tougher Curbs To Battle Germany's 4th Covid Wave
11/22/2021 - Germany Covid: Health minister's stark warning to get jabbed
11/22/2021 - American Medical Association warns halting Biden Covid vaccine mandate will cause severe harm
11/22/2021 - More than 90% of federal workers have received at least one Covid vaccine dose, White House says
11/22/2021 - Gottlieb says breakthrough Covid infections more common than people realize due to weak monitoring
11/22/2021 - White House says U.S. will not lock down to fight Covid as European nations implement restrictions
11/22/2021 - Canada Ends Covid Policy Turning Back Asylum-Seekers Between Border Crossings
11/22/2021 - Covid Rebound In US As Bad As Last November's In Some Spots
11/23/2021 - Covid, the ECB and trade: Why the euro is undergoing a 'fundamental realignment'
11/23/2021 - WHO Fears 7 Lakh More Covid Deaths In Europe
11/23/2021 - Dutch Covid patients transferred to Germany as hospitals struggle
11/23/2021 - Detroit automakers ask union workers to submit Covid vaccination status
11/23/2021 - Covid: Europe region faces 700,000 more deaths by March - WHO
11/23/2021 - China's Homegrown Pill Could Offer A Pivot From Its Covid Zero Strategy
11/24/2021 - Are Covid vaccine mandates ethical? Here’s what medical experts think
11/24/2021 - Germany considers a full Covid lockdown and mandatory vaccines
11/24/2021 - WHO says fully vaccinated should wear masks and physically distance as Covid infections surge
11/24/2021 - Vladimir Putin Says He Took Part In Trials Of Nasal Form Of Covid Vaccine
11/24/2021 - "Uncertain Winter" In Europe Amid Record Jump In Covid Cases
11/24/2021 - Lions At Croatia Zoo Catch Covid From Their Keeper
11/24/2021 - Italy Tightens Screws On Covid Unvaccinated, Extends Vaccine Mandate
11/24/2021 - European markets head for positive open despite Covid headwinds
11/25/2021 - China's Carbon Emissions Fall For First Time Since Covid Lockdowns: Report
11/25/2021 - Germany's Covid Deaths Cross 100,000 Mark As Fourth Wave Hits
11/25/2021 - France May Announce Covid Booster Shots For All Adults Amid Surge: Report
11/25/2021 - European Union Approves Pfizer Covid Jab For 5 To 11-Year-Olds
11/25/2021 - New Covid Variant With 'Unusual' Mutations Focus Of WHO Meet
11/25/2021 - The EU is planning a 9-month expiration date on its Covid vaccine passports
11/25/2021 - Covid Variant With 'Unusual' Mutations A 'Serious Concern' In S Africa
11/25/2021 - European Union Urges Booster Dose For Covid Pass As Infections Rise
11/25/2021 - Angela Merkel's "Every Day Counts" Reminder And Push For More Covid Curbs
11/25/2021 - WHO calls special meeting to discuss new Covid variant with 'a large number of mutations'
11/25/2021 - UK To Ban Travel From 6 Nations As South Africa Detects New Covid Variant
11/25/2021 - Brazil's Bolsonaro, Who Downplayed Covid, Against Carnival Resumption
11/25/2021 - Japan's Nikkei 225 drops more than 2% as Asia-Pacific markets slip amid renewed Covid fears
11/25/2021 - Europe Scrambles For Covid Control With Boosters, Vaccines For Kids
11/25/2021 - Hong Kong Finds 2 Cases Of New Covid Variant Identified In Africa
11/25/2021 - Dow futures plunge 400 points amid fears of new Covid variant found in South Africa
11/25/2021 - 9-Month Limit On Covid Vaccine Validity For Travel To Europe In New Rules
11/25/2021 - Over 500 Flights Cancelled, Schools Shut Over 3 Covid Cases In Shanghai
11/25/2021 - What 5 Top Experts Are Saying About New Covid Strain
11/25/2021 - South African rand takes a hit on fears of new Covid variant with many mutations
11/26/2021 - Singapore To Curb Arrivals From 7 African Nations Over New Covid Variant
11/26/2021 - A heavily-mutated Covid variant emerges in southern Africa: Here's what we know so far
11/26/2021 - Israel Detects Case Of New Covid Variant First Found In South Africa
11/26/2021 - New Covid variant roils global markets with oil sinking 5%
11/26/2021 - India To Push For Patent Waiver For Covid Vaccines At World Trade Body
11/26/2021 - Covid variant: Reaction to new rules on travel from southern Africa
11/26/2021 - Bitcoin enters bear market territory as risk assets plunge on new Covid variant
11/26/2021 - European officials voice concern over 'alarming' new Covid variant
11/26/2021 - Oil drops 10% in worst day of 2021, breaks below $70 as new Covid variant sparks global demand concerns
11/26/2021 - New Covid variant: Pride and punishment follows South Africa discovery
11/26/2021 - Boeing, airline stocks tumble as new Covid variant spurs travel curbs
11/26/2021 - Belgium confirms case of new, heavily mutated Covid variant
11/26/2021 - Europe's First Case Of New Covid Variant Detected In Belgium
11/26/2021 - Merck's Covid Pill Shows Lower Efficacy In Updated Data
11/26/2021 - Playing defense: These stocks do well when Covid fears flare up again
11/26/2021 - Too Early To Know If New Covid Variant Needs New Vaccine: EU Medical Body
11/26/2021 - Delta Still Dominates As More Covid Variants Emerge
11/26/2021 - Pfizer and BioNTech investigate Covid variant, as J&J tests vaccine against mutated virus
11/26/2021 - US Needs More Data On Covid Variant Before Curbing Travel: Top Scientist
11/26/2021 - WHO labels newly identified Covid strain as Omicron, says it's a variant of concern
11/26/2021 - New Covid Strain Named Omicron, Classified As "Variant Of Concern" By WHO
11/26/2021 - Covid developments to rule the market once again in the week ahead after Friday's rout
11/26/2021 - U.S. to restrict travel from South Africa, 7 other countries as new Covid variant emerges
11/26/2021 - US Restricts Travel From 8 Southern African Nations Over New Covid Strain
11/26/2021 - Canada Restricts Travel From 7 African Countries Over New Covid Strain
11/26/2021 - Moderna Says It Will Develop Booster Shot For New Covid Strain
11/26/2021 - Netherlands To Shut Down At Night To Curb Covid Spike
11/26/2021 - EU Countries Agree To Ban Travel To Southern Africa Over New Covid Strain
11/26/2021 - World Trade Organization's Big Conference Postponed Over New Covid Strain
11/26/2021 - Covid: Swiss vote on ending restrictions while cases surge
11/26/2021 - Arab Countries Ban Travel From African Nations Due To New Covid Strain
11/26/2021 - Covid: Conspiracy and untruths drive Europe's Covid protests
11/26/2021 - Travel Bans, Plunging Markets: Global Panic Ensues Over New Covid Variant
11/26/2021 - No cases of new omicron Covid variant in the U.S., CDC says
11/26/2021 - Dozens Of Covid Cases On Flights From South Africa, Say Dutch Authorities
11/27/2021 - Hunt For Covid Variants: How The New One Was Found, What We Know So Far
11/27/2021 - Covid: World races to contain new Omicron variant
11/27/2021 - South African President Prepones Covid Meeting Amid Global Travel Bans
11/27/2021 - New York declares covid state of emergency as Gov. Hochul warns omicron variant ‘is coming’
11/27/2021 - Covid: Dozens test positive on SA-Netherlands flights
11/27/2021 - Being "Punished" For Detecting New Covid Variant Omicron: South Africa
11/27/2021 - Departure of Antarctic cruise from Ushuaia delayed because of Covid 19 among the crew
11/27/2021 - UK Confirms First Two Cases Of New Covid Strain 'Omicron'
11/27/2021 - UK, Germany, Italy Detect Cases Of New Covid Variant
11/27/2021 - Dutch Find 61 Covid Cases On South Africa Flights Amid New Strain Worry
11/27/2021 - Czech Republic Reports First Case Of New Covid Strain: Hospital
11/27/2021 - Sydney Starts Urgent Testing After 2 Covid Cases On Africa Flight
11/27/2021 - Israel To Ban Entry Of Foreigners From All Nations Over New Covid Strain
11/27/2021 - Balloons, Relief At Dutch Airport As Tourists Beat Covid Strain Shutdown
11/27/2021 - Covid vaccine: Can US troops be punished for refusing the jabs?
11/27/2021 - In Slap At China, US Praises South Africa's Detection Of New Covid Strain
11/27/2021 - Travel Bans, Research: World Races To Contain New Covid Variant 'Omicron'
11/27/2021 - Covid: Israel to impose travel ban for foreigners over new variant
11/27/2021 - The Week That Covid Sucker Punched the World
11/27/2021 - Covid: Netherlands enters partial lockdown amid surging infections
11/28/2021 - Australia Detects Two Cases Of New Covid Variant 'Omicron'
11/28/2021 - Singapore Tracking Omicron Covid Variant "Very Closely", Says PM: Report
11/28/2021 - Israel Closes Borders To Foreigners To Stem Spread Of New Covid Strain
11/28/2021 - China Could Record Over 6.3 Lakh Daily Covid Cases, Warns Study
11/28/2021 - Covid: Australia woman charged after setting fire in quarantine hotel
11/28/2021 - 13 New Covid Variant Cases Among South Africa Travellers In Netherlands
11/28/2021 - The office building design idea that is key to worker health in the Covid era
11/28/2021 - Masks To Make A Comeback In UK As New Covid Rules Kick In From Tuesday
11/28/2021 - "Race Against Time" To Tackle New Covid Variant: European Union Chief
11/28/2021 - Travel Bans Over New Covid Variant "Attack Global Solidarity": WHO
11/28/2021 - Covid: South Africa's president calls for lifting of Omicron travel bans
11/28/2021 - Botswana Detects 19 New 'Omicron' Covid Variant Cases: Health Minister
11/28/2021 - Can 'Omicron' Covid Variant Be Detected Using PCR Testing? WHO Says...
11/28/2021 - South Africa Could Make Covid Jabs Compulsory Amid New Variant Concerns
11/28/2021 - Canada Confirms Two New Covid 'Omicron' Infections
11/28/2021 - Australia To Review Reopening Plans Amid New Covid Variant Scare
11/28/2021 - Stock futures move higher after Friday's big sell-off, investors monitor omicron Covid variant
11/28/2021 - France Detects 8 "Possible" New Variant Cases Amid Fifth Covid Wave
11/28/2021 - Japan stocks set to slide as investors continue to watch omicron Covid variant developments
11/28/2021 - Covid Pandemic To Cost Global Tourism $2 Trillion In 2021: UN Body
11/28/2021 - Covid: Dutch police arrest quarantine hotel escapee couple
11/28/2021 - WHO says delta variant still the priority despite growing worries over new omicron Covid strain
11/28/2021 - Japan To Ban Foreign Arrivals Over New Covid Variant, Says Prime Minister
11/29/2021 - South African doctor who first spotted the omicron Covid variant explains the symptoms
11/29/2021 - Omicron Covid variant poses 'very high' global risk and is likely to spread, WHO warns
11/29/2021 - Omicron: Why WHO Skipped 2 Greek Letters While Naming New Covid Strain
11/29/2021 - BioNTech Is Working On An 'Omicron' Version Of Its Covid Shot
11/29/2021 - South Africa Could Top 10,000 Daily Covid Cases This Week: Epidemiologist
11/29/2021 - Bill Ackman says the omicron Covid variant could end up being bullish for markets
11/29/2021 - Moderna CEO says it will take months to clear a new Covid vaccine targeting omicron
11/29/2021 - China Pledges To Offer One Billion Covid Vaccine Doses To South Africa
11/29/2021 - Covid Omicron: No need to panic, South Africa minister says
11/29/2021 - Pfizer CEO confident Covid treatment pill will be effective against omicron variant
11/29/2021 - NYC reinstitutes Covid mask advisory 'at all times' indoors regardless of vaccination status
11/29/2021 - FDA advisory group to review safety and efficacy of Merck's Covid pill
11/29/2021 - UK Extends Covid Vaccine Booster Programme To All Aduts
11/29/2021 - Pfizer Already Working On Covid Vaccine Targeting 'Omicron': CEO
11/29/2021 - Highly Transmissible 'Omicron' Covid Variant Requires 'Urgent Action': G7
11/29/2021 - First Covid 'Omicron' Case Found In Spain
11/29/2021 - Biden says he doesn't expect more travel restrictions or lockdowns as omicron Covid variant spreads
11/29/2021 - Covid: Biden urges calm over Omicron fears
11/29/2021 - Canada's New Covid Variant Count Rises To 3 After First Case In Quebec
11/29/2021 - Cause For Concern, "Not Panic": What Joe Biden Said On New Covid Variant
11/29/2021 - France Records Biggest Jump In Covid Hospitalisations Since March
11/29/2021 - CDC steps up its Covid vaccine booster recommendation amid concerns about omicron variant
11/30/2021 - World faces an anxious wait as Covid vaccine makers prepare for omicron variant
11/30/2021 - EU Could Approve Vaccine Against New Covid Variant In 3 To 4 Months
11/30/2021 - Covid: Omicron variant in Netherlands earlier than thought
11/30/2021 - Dutch Covid case: Escaped couple fight quarantine in TB ward
11/30/2021 - Watch Yellen and Powell testify live before Senate Covid panel
11/30/2021 - Omicron: Do travel bans work against new Covid variants?
11/30/2021 - Covid: Greece to fine over-60s who refuse Covid-19 vaccine
11/30/2021 - First, Bed Bath & Beyond's CEO had to furlough 40,000 employees — then, he caught Covid himself
11/30/2021 - Fauci says omicron Covid variant has already been found in 20 countries, but not yet in the U.S.
11/30/2021 - France Logs Highest 1-Day Covid Tally Since April, Hospitalisations Surge
11/30/2021 - Covid: WHO urges those at risk from disease to delay travel over Omicron
11/30/2021 - Canada To Ban Travel From 3 Countries Over 'Omicron' Covid Variant Scare
11/30/2021 - Brazil Reports 2 Cases Of 'Omicron' Covid Variant, First In Latin America
11/30/2021 - US Panel Considers Merck Covid Pill Authorization Amid Variant Concerns
11/30/2021 - FDA advisory panel narrowly endorses Merck's Covid treatment pill, despite reduced efficacy
11/30/2021 - Canada Makes Covid Tests Compulsory For Travellers; Excludes US Flights
11/30/2021 - Vaccines? Booster Jabs? Economic Crisis? What's Next For Covid Pandemic
11/30/2021 - Amazon rolled back Covid safety protocols in warehouses, says New York attorney general
11/30/2021 - Asia-Pacific stocks bounce as investors assess omicron Covid variant concerns; oil prices jump 2%
11/30/2021 - Pfizer Seeks US Approval For Covid Boosters For Ages 16-17
12/01/2021 - Boris Johnson On "Best" Single Defence Against Covid Variant Omicron
12/01/2021 - India's economy is on track — but new Covid variant could weigh on growth, economists say
12/01/2021 - US Tightens Covid Travel Rules As Nations Race To Quell 'Omicron' Threat
12/01/2021 - Vaccine inequality is to blame for Covid omicron variant, Rockefeller Foundation president says
12/01/2021 - Germany Reports Over 400 Covid Deaths, Highest Since Mid-February
12/01/2021 - Pfizer Covid Vaccine For Children In EU To Be Available In Two Weeks
12/01/2021 - OPEC to decide on oil output policy as omicron Covid variant rattles markets
12/01/2021 - Trump Tested Covid Positive Just Before Debate With Biden, Book Reveals
12/01/2021 - All Travellers From Outside EU Will Need Negative Covid Test: France
12/01/2021 - Covid Omicron: Time to consider mandatory jabs, EU chief says
12/01/2021 - U.S. confirms nation's first case of omicron Covid variant in California
12/01/2021 - Covid Is "Borderless": UN Chief Slams "Unfair", "Ineffective" Travel Bans
12/01/2021 - 'Omicron' Variant Drives "Worrying" Surge In South Africa's Covid Cases
12/01/2021 - First U.S. omicron patient was fully vaccinated and has mild Covid symptoms, officials say
12/01/2021 - UK Orders 114 Million Additional Covid Jabs Amid 'Omicron' Variant Scare
12/01/2021 - This interactive map shows where the Covid omicron variant has been detected
12/01/2021 - European markets head for lower open as omicron Covid variant fears return
12/02/2021 - Pfizer boss: Annual Covid jabs for years to come
12/02/2021 - U.S. tightens travel testing requirements, mask mandates as part of broader plan to fight Covid
12/02/2021 - Negative Covid Test 1 Day Before Travel: Tough US Rules From Next Week
12/02/2021 - Covid: South Africa new cases double in 24 hours as Omicron spreads
12/02/2021 - Omicron Covid variant likely circulating for longer — and more widely — than thought, experts say
12/02/2021 - OPEC+ set to decide oil output policy amid growing fears over omicron Covid variant
12/02/2021 - Omicron May Soon Cause Over Half Of Europe's Covid Cases: Health Agency
12/02/2021 - Covid hospitalizations from delta variant creep up again across America as omicron lands in U.S.
12/02/2021 - Minnesota reports second U.S. omicron Covid case in resident who traveled to NYC
12/02/2021 - Thousands could soon lose – or sell – their homes as Covid mortgage bailouts expire
12/02/2021 - Covid Detected In 3 White-Tailed Deer, Confirms Canada
12/02/2021 - Covid: Germany puts major restrictions on unvaccinated
12/02/2021 - Omicron Covid Variant: What We Know And What We Don't
12/02/2021 - CEOs across the market, economy agree on one 2022 prediction: No Covid end
12/02/2021 - Omicron Covid variant expected to hit New York in 'coming days,' NY health commissioner says
12/02/2021 - "Sad" Covid Became A Political Issue In US: Joe Biden's Call For Unity
12/02/2021 - Biden says he doesn't want lockdowns and won't expand vaccine mandates to fight Covid this winter
12/02/2021 - Germany Cracks Down On Unvaccinated To Tackle "Threatening" Covid Surge
12/02/2021 - New York officials confirm 5 cases of omicron Covid variant in NYC metro area
12/02/2021 - Omicron Accelerates Push For Second-Generation Covid Shots
12/02/2021 - Omicron: India reports first cases of new Covid variant
12/03/2021 - South Africa Hit By Fourth Covid Wave, Driven By New Variant Omicron
12/03/2021 - Germany steps closer to making Covid vaccines mandatory, imposes strict curbs on unvaccinated
12/03/2021 - WHO Says No Reports Of Omicron Covid Deaths Yet
12/03/2021 - Why it's 'super important' to revisit your financial plan for 2022 amid new Covid uncertainties
12/03/2021 - U.S. Covid vaccinations spike as several states confirm omicron cases
12/03/2021 - WHO says omicron Covid variant detected in 38 countries, early data suggests it's more contagious
12/03/2021 - Italian man tries to dodge Covid jab using fake arm
12/03/2021 - Covid: Don't panic about Omicron variant, WHO says
12/03/2021 - Fauci says booster shots likely give cross protection against 'wide range' of Covid variants
12/03/2021 - The worst-performing tech stocks this week suggest the U.S. is done with Covid lockdowns
12/03/2021 - Covid-19: Ireland closes nightclubs and tightens Covid rules
12/03/2021 - South Africa's Covid Cases Cross 3 Million Amid Omicron Surge
12/03/2021 - Probe Ordered Into Brazil's Bolsonaro For Linking Covid Vaccines To AIDS
12/03/2021 - Nearly 2 Years After Covid Outbreak, This Island Reports Its First Case
12/04/2021 - Your First Covid Encounter Shapes Response To Future Variants: Study
12/04/2021 - Belgian zoo hippos test positive for Covid
12/04/2021 - "I Obviously Regret It": Danish PM After Breaking Covid Mask Rules
12/04/2021 - US Makes Negative Covid Test Mandatory For All Incoming Passengers
12/05/2021 - UK's New Covid Travel Rules Amid 'Omicron' Variant Scare
12/05/2021 - 10 Covid Cases Detected On Norwegian Cruise Ship Carrying Thousands
12/05/2021 - Omicron Covid variant may have picked up a piece of the common-cold virus
12/05/2021 - Health experts debate using existing boosters against new, emerging Covid strains
12/05/2021 - Omicron Covid variant in at least 15 states and cases are likely to rise, CDC chief says
12/05/2021 - Covid in Uganda: The man whose children may never return to school
12/05/2021 - Omicron Covid variant poses greater risk for the unvaccinated, former White House advisor says
12/06/2021 - South Africa Readies Hospitals As Omicron Variant Drives New Covid Wave
12/06/2021 - Next Pandemic Could Be More "Lethal" Than Covid, Vaccine Creator Warns
12/06/2021 - Italy Imposes New Covid Rules On Unvaccinated Amid Surge In Cases
12/06/2021 - Covid: UK red list criticised as 'travel apartheid' by Nigeria
12/06/2021 - Scientists Developing Chewing Gum That May Cut Covid Transmission
12/06/2021 - First data on omicron Covid variant's severity is 'encouraging,' Fauci says
12/06/2021 - France Orders Nightclubs To Close For 4 Weeks Over Covid Surge
12/06/2021 - Malaria Deaths Rise By 69,000 In 2020 Due To Covid Restrictions, Says WHO
12/06/2021 - WHO strongly advises against convalescent plasma for treating Covid patients
12/06/2021 - Hong Kong Covid: The Cathay pilots stuck in 'perpetual quarantine'
12/06/2021 - Mixing Covid Vaccines Is Effective In Study on Pfizer, AstraZeneca
12/07/2021 - Guess What? Covid Has Made Billionaires Even Richer
12/07/2021 - Covid Vaccine Mandates Should Be "Last Resort": WHO Europe
12/07/2021 - Pfizer CEO says omicron appears milder but spreads faster and could lead to more Covid mutations
12/07/2021 - 'Omicron' Not More Severe Than Delta Variant Of Covid: Top US Scientist
12/07/2021 - Omicron Covid variant has spread to more than 50 countries and 19 U.S. states, CDC director says
12/07/2021 - Finland PM Caught Clubbing After Covid Exposure, Apologises
12/07/2021 - Omicron significantly reduces Covid antibody protection in small study of Pfizer vaccine recipients
12/07/2021 - Up To 1 Million Covid Vaccine Doses Wasted In Nigeria Last Month: Report
12/07/2021 - Live Updates: India Records 6,822 Fresh Covid Cases, 220 Deaths
12/07/2021 - Covid: Vaccines should work against Omicron variant, WHO says
12/07/2021 - South Africa's Covid Hospital Admissions More Than Double In A Day
12/07/2021 - Omicron "Makes Situation More Worrying": Europe Gets Grim Covid Warning
12/08/2021 - Germany Records 527 Deaths Due To Covid In A Day, Highest Since February
12/08/2021 - Symptoms, vaccine evasion and a new 'offshoot': What we know now about the omicron Covid variant
12/08/2021 - Tighter Covid restrictions could reportedly be announced for England as omicron spreads
12/08/2021 - Sanna Marin: Finland's PM sorry for clubbing after Covid contact
12/08/2021 - For Omicron, Third Dose Of Covid Shot May Be Needed: Pfizer
12/08/2021 - Pfizer will submit full data on Covid treatment pill to the FDA in a few days, CEO says
12/08/2021 - Covid: Pfizer says booster shot promising against Omicron
12/08/2021 - Cramer sees potential for new roaring 20s-type economic boom as Covid concerns recede
12/08/2021 - WHO says omicron Covid variant could change the course of the pandemic
12/08/2021 - Covid cases more than doubled in South Africa last week as omicron variant spreads, WHO says
12/08/2021 - Australia Deputy Prime Minister Tests Positive For Covid On US Visit
12/08/2021 - Barnaby Joyce: Australia deputy PM tests positive for Covid after UK visit
12/08/2021 - US Authorizes AstraZeneca Covid Treatment In Some Cases
12/09/2021 - Rapid infection rate of omicron Covid variant is causing concern, as UK braces for 1 million cases
12/09/2021 - Johnson aide resigns over Xmas party scandal, PM enacts COVID Plan B
12/09/2021 - Covid vaccines: Why is Nigeria unable to use its supply?
12/09/2021 - Wells initiates Pfizer at overweight, says Covid treatments are here to stay
12/09/2021 - Australian Couple Plan Private Jet Flight For Dog Stranded By Covid Rules
12/09/2021 - Stick To Same Covid Vaccine Rather Than Mix-And-Match: WHO Experts
12/09/2021 - FDA expands eligibility for Pfizer Covid booster shots to 16- and 17-year-olds amid omicron fears
12/09/2021 - US Authorizes Pfizer Covid Booster For People Aged 16 And 17
12/09/2021 - The U.S. has spent most of its Covid relief funding, but there are still billions left to dole out
12/10/2021 - Mouse With Covid Bit Scientist At Lab. What Happened Next
12/10/2021 - Nobel Peace Laureates To Receive Award In Person Despite High Covid Rates
12/10/2021 - Public view on Biden's handling of Covid and the economy takes another hit, CNBC survey shows
12/10/2021 - Ghana's Covid restrictions: All adult arrivals must be vaccinated
12/10/2021 - New York Gov. Kathy Hochul imposes statewide mask mandate amid spread of omicron Covid variant
12/10/2021 - Japan Researchers Use Ostrich Cells To Make Glowing Covid Detection Masks
12/10/2021 - South Africa To Roll Out Covid Booster Shots Next Month
12/10/2021 - Ros Atkins on… Compulsory Covid vaccinations
12/11/2021 - Mandatory Covid Vaccinations Find Low Support In Africa, Shows Study
12/11/2021 - Covid in Austria: Mass protest in Vienna against measures
12/11/2021 - Australia Shortens Wait Time For Covid Booster Shots Amid Omicron Scare
12/11/2021 - Tens Of Thousands Protest In Vienna Against Austria's Covid Restrictions
12/11/2021 - Covid: Brazil to demand proof of vaccination from foreign visitors
12/12/2021 - Israeli study finds Pfizer Covid booster protects against omicron variant
12/12/2021 - Covid booster is 'optimal care,' but fully vaccinated definition stays put, Fauci says
12/12/2021 - UK Raises Covid Alert Level After 'Rapid Increase' In Omicron Cases
12/12/2021 - Over Dozen Companies Suspend Production In China's Province On Covid Rise
12/12/2021 - South African President Tests Covid Positive, PM Wishes Speedy Recovery
12/12/2021 - China Reports New Covid Outbreak Of Delta Strain Sub-Lineage
12/13/2021 - Cyril Ramaphosa: South Africa president being treated for Covid
12/13/2021 - PM Boris Johnson says at least one patient has died with the omicron Covid variant in the UK
12/13/2021 - Senegal Expects 400,000 Covid Vaccine Doses To Be Wasted By End-December
12/13/2021 - Supreme Court rejects bid to block Covid vaccine mandate for NY health workers
12/13/2021 - Canada May Soon See Rapid Surge In Covid Cases As Omicron Spreads Locally
12/13/2021 - Norway Announces New Covid Curbs Amid Omicron Spread
12/13/2021 - Mainland China reports its first omicron Covid case
12/13/2021 - Australia Stays On Course To Ease Covid Curbs On Christmas As Cases Rise
12/13/2021 - In US, States Deploy Soldiers And Home Tests In Covid Battle
12/14/2021 - Omicron Covid variant to hit global demand for oil, IEA says
12/14/2021 - Why a Covid booster dose is crucial against the omicron variant
12/14/2021 - Pfizer Covid Pill Nearly 90% Effective, Works On Omicron, Shows Lab Data
12/14/2021 - U.S. Covid shot distribution faces new challenges in year two, UPS vaccine logistics head says
12/14/2021 - Needle-Free Air-Powered Covid Vaccine Trial Begins In UK
12/14/2021 - NFL will require coaches, staff to get a Covid booster by Dec. 27
12/14/2021 - UK PM Boris Johnson Faces Revolt In Parliament Over Covid Restrictions
12/14/2021 - UK To Remove All Countries From Covid Travel Red List On Wednesday
12/14/2021 - WHO says omicron is spreading at a rate not seen with any other Covid variant
12/14/2021 - Omicron now makes up almost 3% of U.S. Covid cases, according to the CDC
12/14/2021 - Apple will require masks for customers at all U.S. stores because of rising Covid cases
12/14/2021 - Covid: Omicron probably in most countries, WHO says
12/14/2021 - Ex-NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered to repay $5 million in Covid book money
12/14/2021 - Vaccine Effectiveness Against Severe Covid Drops Slightly: WHO
12/14/2021 - 4 charts show what the travel industry looks like 2 years into the Covid pandemic
12/14/2021 - US Covid Deaths Surpass Grim Milestone Of More Than 800,000
12/14/2021 - New York's Covid Hospitalizations Jump By 70% In Weeks
12/15/2021 - How Covid Vaccines Sometimes Impact The Heart- Latest Study
12/15/2021 - South Korea May Tighten Covid Curbs As New Cases Climb To Record High
12/15/2021 - No Covid Health Pass In France For People Over 65 Without Booster Shots
12/15/2021 - German raids on Covid extremists over Saxony leader death plot
12/15/2021 - Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine Can Be Used As Booster: EU Medical Body
12/15/2021 - US Secretary Of State Cuts Short Asia Trip After Covid Case Among Group
12/15/2021 - UK reports highest number of daily Covid cases since the pandemic began
12/15/2021 - UK Sees Highest Ever Daily Covid Cases Amid Omicron Spread
12/15/2021 - Doctor and ex-NBA executive says increase in sports Covid cases 'really bad sign' for holiday
12/15/2021 - Fauci says Covid boosters work against omicron, no need for variant-specific third shot
12/15/2021 - The NFL and NBA lead new Covid outbreaks in sports, spurring fines, restrictions, and delays
12/15/2021 - Apple temporarily closes three stores in response to rising covid rates
12/15/2021 - Dutch MP ordered to delete Covid Holocaust social media posts
12/15/2021 - Kenyans find rural lifeline after Covid city exodus
12/15/2021 - End To "Living With Covid"? South Korea Brings Back Curbs As Cases Spike
12/15/2021 - New Zealand Approves Pfizer Covid Vaccine For Children Aged 5-11
12/15/2021 - "Really Tired": New Covid Wave Overburdens France's Hospitals, Again
12/15/2021 - "On Reflection...": Dutch Royals Regret Birthday Party That Broke Covid Rules
12/16/2021 - Long Covid Patients Face Fatigue, Poor Sleep Even After One Year
12/16/2021 - Japan Approves Moderna Covid Booster Shots Aiming To Increase Coverage
12/16/2021 - "Closely Monitoring": South Africa Retains Covid Curbs At "Lowest" Level
12/16/2021 - Covid: France to drastically restrict travel from UK
12/16/2021 - Dutch royals regret holding party amid surge in Covid cases
12/16/2021 - In lawsuit, radio host Dave Ramsey’s former employee says he was told to ‘pray away’ covid before being fired
12/16/2021 - Denmark First In European Union To Authorise Merck Covid Pill
12/16/2021 - European Union's Medical Body Backs 2 New Covid Treatments
12/16/2021 - European Union Medical Body Approves Pfizer Covid Pill For Emergency Use
12/16/2021 - Britain Reports Another Daily Record Of 88,376 New Covid Cases
12/16/2021 - Covid surge is gripping New York City ahead of the holidays: 'We've never seen this before'
12/16/2021 - Fauci says omicron will soon become dominant Covid variant in U.S., urges people to get shots
12/16/2021 - Novavax Covid Vaccine Could Gain European, WHO Approval Next Week: Report
12/16/2021 - Huntsman spider interrupts Australian Covid press briefing
12/17/2021 - When Is It OK To Take Rapid Antigen Test For Covid Rather Than RT-PCR?
12/17/2021 - Retailers head into the final holiday sprint dogged by mild weather, a Covid surge and inflation
12/17/2021 - US Has Sent 335 Million Covid Vaccine Doses To 110 Countries: White House
12/17/2021 - Over 93,000 Covid Cases In UK Today, Third Consecutive Daily Record
12/17/2021 - Omicron Covid Variant "Dominant" In France From Start Of 2022: PM
12/17/2021 - Pfizer To Test Third Dose Of Covid Vaccine For Children Below 5 Years
12/17/2021 - Ros Atkins on… What 2021 taught us about Covid
12/17/2021 - Lagos party plans threatened by Nigeria Covid passports
12/17/2021 - Australia's New Covid Cases Hit Record High For Third Day
12/17/2021 - US court reinstates Covid vaccine mandate for large US businesses
12/18/2021 - New York covid cases hit record high as omicron spreads and Rockettes, Broadway cancel shows
12/18/2021 - Covid: Dutch go into Christmas lockdown over Omicron wave
12/18/2021 - Germany Puts UK On List Of High-Risk Covid Countries
12/18/2021 - Covid: French ski season in disarray as UK tourists banned
12/18/2021 - Over 90% Fully Jabbed- "Well Prepared" Australia's Hope Amid Covid Spike
12/18/2021 - Covid: Dutch go into Christmas lockdown over Omicron wave
12/19/2021 - Santa Hops On Fire Truck To Bring Christmas Cheer To Children With Covid
12/19/2021 - Long after the courts shut down for covid, the pain of delayed justice lingers
12/19/2021 - UK Health Minister Doesn't Rule Out New COVID Restrictions Before Christmas
12/19/2021 - 100 Taylor Swift Fans Covid Positive After Party To Celebrate New Album
12/19/2021 - Covid: Christmas travel will fuel spread of Omicron, US expert warns
12/19/2021 - Israel Set To Ban Travel To US As Covid Curbs Widen
12/19/2021 - Covid: Germany tightens restrictions on UK travellers
12/20/2021 - New Zealand Links 26-Year-Old Man's Death To Pfizer Covid Vaccine
12/20/2021 - A patient at a care facility was in cardiac arrest. Paramedics refused to enter, citing covid restrictions.
12/20/2021 - As Omicron Threat Grows, Countries Shorten Wait Time For Covid Booster
12/20/2021 - Omicron vs Delta: New Study Answers Questions On New Covid Variant
12/20/2021 - Covid Vaccination Drive Needs To Be Strengthened: WHO Chief Scientist
12/20/2021 - Will US Lockdown Amid Covid Surge? White House Says No
12/20/2021 - Covid: An event cancelled is better than a life cancelled - WHO chief
12/20/2021 - 73.2% Of New Covid Cases In US Are Omicron As Strain Now "Dominant"
12/20/2021 - How Covid deepened America's teacher shortages
12/20/2021 - White House Staff Who Met Joe Biden Gets Covid, President Tests Negative
12/20/2021 - Omicron Surges From 3% To 73% Of All US Covid Cases Within 1 Week
12/21/2021 - Likely Order Of Covid Symptoms Depends On Coronavirus Variant: Study
12/21/2021 - US To Distribute 500 Million Covid Tests, Mobilize Military Personnel
12/21/2021 - Covid Omicron: Biden buys 500m test kits to tackle surge
12/21/2021 - Pregnant Women With Covid Give Normal Births: Study
12/21/2021 - WHO Approves Novavax As 10th Authorised Covid Jab
12/21/2021 - Covid Omicron: Variant will push Europe hospitals towards brink, says WHO
12/21/2021 - Finland To Shut Bars Early On Christmas Amid Record Covid Infections
12/21/2021 - Medics, People Over 60 To Get 4th Covid Jab In Israel Amid Omicron Fears
12/21/2021 - Germany's Plan To Contain 5th Covid Wave- With Focus On Unvaccinated
12/21/2021 - Chinese City Cuts Public Transport, Orders Stay-At-Home Over 1 Covid Case
12/21/2021 - Amazon, Walmart And How Covid Changed Shopping
12/21/2021 - Covid: Australian trial tests blood thinner as nasal spray
12/22/2021 - US Weighs Shorter Covid Isolation For Vaccinated With Breakthrough Case
12/22/2021 - Global Call For Booster Shots As Omicron Prompts Fresh Covid Restrictions
12/22/2021 - Chinese City Locks Down 13 Million Residents To Fight Covid Outbreak
12/22/2021 - France Fears Over 1 Lakh Daily Covid Cases By Year End
12/22/2021 - Alyssa always wanted to be a doctor. Then her dad died of covid and her dream fell apart.
12/22/2021 - UK Reports Record 106,122 Covid Cases In 24 Hours
12/22/2021 - Xi'an: Chinese city under lockdown as Covid cases rise
12/22/2021 - UK Approves Covid Jab For Under-12s As New Daily Cases Top 1 Lakh
12/22/2021 - US Health Regulator Authorizes Pfizer's Covid Pill
12/22/2021 - "We're Tired Of Covid, But...": Canada Expands Aid Amid Omicron Surge
12/22/2021 - Spain to require masks outdoors amid Covid surge
12/22/2021 - How this iconic Manhattan newsstand survived the Covid pandemic
12/23/2021 - This Lockdown In China Is Biggest Since Covid Broke Out In Wuhan
12/23/2021 - Covid Outbreaks Certain Within Beijing Olympics Bubble, Says China
12/23/2021 - China's Sinovac Covid Booster Weaker Against Omicron: Hong Kong Study
12/23/2021 - Second Covid Pill Cleared By US Today, (First Pfizer, Now Merck)
12/23/2021 - UK Reports Over 1.19 Lakh Covid Cases, Highest Daily Rise
12/23/2021 - Italy Brings Back Masks Amid Covid Pandemic's "Difficult Phase"
12/23/2021 - Covid: Ecuador makes vaccination mandatory for most citizens
12/24/2021 - Now, 2 Covid Pills For At-Home Treatment As Omicron Spreads
12/24/2021 - Chinese Officials Punished Over Covid Outbreak In Locked Down City
12/24/2021 - Immune Memory Less Durable Post Severe Covid: Study
12/24/2021 - Covid: Christmas flights cancelled and new curbs amid Omicron spread
12/24/2021 - Covid: US airlines scrap hundreds of flights amid Omicron surge
12/25/2021 - France Hits Record 100,000 Covid Cases In A Day Amid New Variant Concerns
12/25/2021 - In Christmas Greeting, Joe Biden Commends Americans' Covid Resilience
12/25/2021 - Covid: Travel misery continues as 1,500 more flights cancelled
12/26/2021 - Tougher Covid Lockdown Rules In Force In Parts Of UK Amid Omicron Scare
12/26/2021 - Two Years Of Pandemic: Where Does Covid Go From Here?
12/26/2021 - Covid Vaccination Mandatory In Singapore From February 2022
12/26/2021 - Cancelled Flights, Resurgent Covid Deliver Christmas Gut Punch
12/26/2021 - Covid: Travel chaos spills into new week
12/26/2021 - South Korea Authorises Emergency Use Of Pfizer's Antiviral Covid Pill
12/27/2021 - Locked Down Chinese City Escalates To Strictest Covid Curbs, Bans Driving
12/27/2021 - China's Xi'an Imposes "Strictest" Controls To Contain Covid Outbreak
12/27/2021 - Omicron Shouldn't Cause "Panic", But Covid To "Overrun" Hospitals: Biden
12/27/2021 - France To Impose More Work-From-Home In Covid Fight, Says PM
12/27/2021 - France announces tighter Covid restrictions amid Omicron surge
12/27/2021 - 11,000 Flights Cancelled Worldwide Since Friday Amid Covid Surge
12/27/2021 - Covid: US halves isolation time for asymptomatic infection
12/27/2021 - Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro Says Daughter, 11, Will Not Get Covid Vaccine
12/27/2021 - Israeli Hospital Launches First Test Of Fourth Covid Vaccine Dose
12/27/2021 - Australia: Hundreds given false Covid results in Sydney lab error
12/28/2021 - Controversy As US Plane To Shanghai Returns Over China's New Covid Rules
12/28/2021 - World Hits Record Daily Covid Cases Thanks To Omicron
12/28/2021 - China Orders Millions More Into Lockdown After Covid Flare-Up
12/28/2021 - Austria's Innsbruck airport denies 110 Britons entry over new Covid rules
12/28/2021 - Ghislaine Maxwell jury faces longer hours because of Covid
12/28/2021 - Covid: Europe sees record virus case rise
12/28/2021 - Omicron Risk Remains "Very High", Says WHO As Covid Cases Surge
12/28/2021 - For Omicron, Rapid Covid Tests Not As Accurate: US Regulator
12/28/2021 - Covid Contact Tracing Reinstated In South Africa Amid Omicron Surge
12/28/2021 - Even Covid Positive Workers Will Work In This Canada Province. Here's Why
12/28/2021 - Nearly 130,000 Covid Cases In UK, 53% Rise In London Hospital Admissions
12/28/2021 - Covid: US and France report record daily case rises
12/28/2021 - Court Extends Hours In Maxwell Case To "Avoid Mistrial" Amid Covid Surge
12/28/2021 - Chinese City Of 13 Million Faces New Challenge: Covid Surge Despite Curbs
12/28/2021 - Australia's "Gear Change" To Ease Covid Testing Rules Amid Record Surge
12/29/2021 - Shorter Covid Isolation: US' Bet Amid Omicron-Led Labour Crunch
12/29/2021 - 4 Alleged Covid Rule Violators Publicly Shamed, Paraded In China: Report
12/29/2021 - This "Super-Spreader" Event In Thailand Is Behind Its Sudden Covid Spike
12/29/2021 - France Logs Nearly 180,000 Record Covid Cases, Extends Curbs For 3 Weeks
12/29/2021 - China: Public shaming returns amid Covid fears
12/29/2021 - Covid "Tsunami" Will Drive Health Systems Towards Collapse: WHO
12/29/2021 - US Records Highest-Ever Average New Covid Cases: Report
12/29/2021 - Covid: Omicron and Delta driving tsunami of cases - WHO
12/29/2021 - South Africa Reinstates Covid Contact Tracing, Quarantine Requirements
12/29/2021 - "Live-Or-Die Stage" In This Chinese City Facing Biggest Covid Outbreak
12/30/2021 - UK Rejects Calls To Follow US's 5-Day Covid Isolation
12/30/2021 - "Omicron Doesn't Care...": Australia Relaxes Covid Test Rules Amid Surge
12/30/2021 - England To Open Field Hospitals Amid Spike In Covid Cases
12/30/2021 - Covid "Tsunami" Awaits As World Heads Into New Year
12/30/2021 - Covid: Woman isolates in toilet for five hours after positive mid-flight test
12/30/2021 - South Africa Lifts Night-Time Covid Curfew
12/30/2021 - Israel Approves 4th Covid Booster In Fight Against Omicron-Led Fifth Wave
12/30/2021 - Germany To Drop Quarantine, Negative Covid Test For UK Arrivals
12/30/2021 - Nighttime Curfew, New Year Gathering Limits In Canada As Covid Cases Soar
12/30/2021 - Italy's "Guardian Angels" Doctors Under Strain As Covid Cases Rise
12/30/2021 - South Korea Extends Covid Curbs Amid Omicron's "Persistent" Surge
12/30/2021 - Covid Hospitalisations Jump 60% In US' "Most Densely Populated" State
12/31/2021 - Lockdown, Travel Curbs In Chinese Cities On Covid Alert As New Year Looms
12/31/2021 - Happy Or Gloomy New Year? Covid Crashes The Party Again
12/31/2021 - As Omicron Spreads Across US, New Covid Drugs In Short Supply
12/31/2021 - What Are T-Cells? They Come To Your Body's Rescue In Handling Covid
12/31/2021 - Omicron: Third wave looms as India Covid cases spike
12/31/2021 - Israel "Leads The Way" With 4th Covid Vaccine For Vulnerable
12/31/2021 - Breakaway Super League, Tokyo's 'Covid Games', cricket's racism crisis - a huge year for sports news
12/31/2021 - Covid booster 88% effective against hospital treatment with Omicron
12/31/2021 - Queen Announces Knighthoods For Ex-UK Prime Minister, Covid Officials
01/01/2022 - New Covid Curbs To Be A Last Resort In UK, Says Minister
01/01/2022 - England Sees 162,572 New Covid Cases In Yet Another Record
01/01/2022 - Covid: UAE bans foreign travel for citizens without booster jab
01/01/2022 - US flight cancellations hit new holiday peak amid Covid and bad weather
01/01/2022 - France Sixth Country With More Than 10 Million Covid Infections
01/02/2022 - Covid: Israel Omicron spike could bring herd immunity but with risks - health boss
01/02/2022 - 2,201 US Flights Cancelled Over Bad Weather, Staff Shortage Due To Covid
01/02/2022 - Marjorie Taylor Greene: Twitter bans congresswoman over Covid misinformation
01/03/2022 - A Covid Rule Breach By A British DJ In New Zealand. Then, Omicron Scare
01/03/2022 - China Locks Down Yuzhou, City Of 1.2 Million, After 3 Covid Cases
01/04/2022 - German cruise to Canary Islands interrupted in Portugal because of Covid outbreak
01/04/2022 - US Sets World Daily Record of Over 1 Million Covid Cases
01/04/2022 - Australia's Omicron-Led Covid Surge Leaves People Scrambling For Tests
01/04/2022 - Covid-19 live updates: More than 103,000 Americans hospitalized with covid, matching worst of summer surge
01/04/2022 - Djokovic gets Covid jab waiver for Australian Open
01/04/2022 - Covid: US reports record 1m cases with peak still to come
01/04/2022 - France's Bogdanoff TV twins die of Covid six days apart
01/04/2022 - Yuzhou: Second Chinese city forced into Covid lockdown
01/04/2022 - Sweden's King, Queen Test Covid Positive, Were Vaccinated With 3 Doses
01/04/2022 - UK Fears Hospital Crisis As Covid Cases Cross 200,000 For First Time
01/04/2022 - Joe Biden Doubles US Purchase Of Pfizer Covid Pills As Cases Surge
01/04/2022 - Covid: President Macron warns he will 'hassle' France's unvaccinated
01/04/2022 - Omicron: Curfew in Delhi as India Covid cases surge
01/04/2022 - IMF Delays World Economic Outlook Release To Add New Covid Disruptions
01/04/2022 - WHO Still Recommends 14-Day Quarantine For Covid Patients: Report
01/04/2022 - Hong Kong Ship With 3,700 Onboard Ordered To Turn Back For Covid Testing
01/05/2022 - With Omicron, Experts Explain What Could Help Permanently Defeat Covid
01/05/2022 - China's Locked Down City Thrown Into Chaos After Covid App Crash
01/05/2022 - Hong Kong Bans Flights From India, 7 Other Nations, Ramps Up Covid Curbs
01/05/2022 - Israel Lodges 12,000 New Covid Cases, Highest Daily Rise In 2 Years
01/05/2022 - Covid Vaccine Does Not Increase Pre-Term Birth Risk, Says Study
01/05/2022 - UK To Ease English Covid Travel Curbs As Infections Hit All-Time High
01/05/2022 - A Brewing Staffing Crisis Could Hurt UK Health System Reeling Under Covid
01/05/2022 - France's Fresh Covid Cases Cross 300,000-Mark As It Tackles Unvaccinated
01/05/2022 - Covid Clusters In US Troops In Japan Force Calls To Limit Movement
01/05/2022 - Xi'an: The messy cost of China's Covid lockdown playbook
01/05/2022 - Brazil Approves Covid Vaccine For Children Aged 5-11 Amid Surge In Cases
01/05/2022 - Mother "Kidnaps" Sons To Avoid Covid Vaccine, Ex-Husband Files Complaint
01/06/2022 - This Country Is Fast Approaching Covid Isolation Capacity
01/06/2022 - New York Covid Peak Is Yet To Come, Warn US Officials
01/06/2022 - Covid's Impact On Democracies: Did The World Lose Freedom's Fragrance?
01/06/2022 - How Covid Altered Day-To-Day: Work, School, Food, Transport And More...
01/06/2022 - Smash And Shout: Dutch Find New Ways To Vent Covid Frustrations
01/06/2022 - Italy Covid: Bullet forces immunologist to get protection
01/06/2022 - "Tsunami" Of New Covid Cases Overwhelming Global Health Systems: WHO
01/06/2022 - "Do Not Turn Away Patients": China Instructs Hospitals Amid Covid Curbs
01/07/2022 - Covid-19: Indian man has taken at least eight Covid jabs
01/07/2022 - Omicron: Huge number of Covid cases on second Italy-India flight say Indian officials
01/07/2022 - Covid Cases Top 300 Million Worldwide Since Pandemic Began
01/07/2022 - US President Biden Says Covid Not Here To Stay In Its Current Form
01/07/2022 - Amazon Shortens Covid Isolation, Paid Leave For US Workers
01/07/2022 - US Supreme Court Appears Split Over Covid Vaccine Mandates
01/08/2022 - Djokovic: Covid infection gave him vaccine exemption, lawyers say
01/08/2022 - World Tops Over 2 Million New Daily Covid Cases: Report
01/08/2022 - Over 1,50,000 Covid Deaths In UK, Government Urges Public To Get Boosters
01/08/2022 - Covid: Thousands protest in France against proposed new vaccine pass
01/09/2022 - Covid pandemic: Chinese city tests 14m people after cluster
01/09/2022 - 40% People In This Country, Once A World Leader In Jabs, Could Have Covid
01/09/2022 - Over 50% Of Australia's 1 Million Total Covid Cases Were Logged Last Week
01/09/2022 - Movement Of US Troops In Japan Restricted For 2 Weeks Amid Covid Spread
01/09/2022 - Dutch Government Swearing-In Today. Their Challenge: Covid And Climate
01/10/2022 - Singapore Says 30% Of Total Covid Deaths In 2021 Were Of Fully-Vaccinated
01/10/2022 - Video: Seaweed Thrown At Party MP Of France's Macron Over Covid Measures
01/10/2022 - Common Colds Can Provide Protection Against Covid: UK Study
01/10/2022 - Uganda schools reopen after almost two years of Covid closure
01/10/2022 - Novak Djokovic family end press conference after Covid event question
01/10/2022 - Covid pass protesters attack French MP Stéphane Claireaux with seaweed
01/10/2022 - China Halts Some US Flights After Covid Cases Among Arrivals
01/10/2022 - Former Students Defend US Mother Who Put Son In Car Trunk For Covid Test
01/10/2022 - A 'Covid' Birthday Party, 13 Ministers And Growing Anger In Hong Kong
01/11/2022 - Covid: Chile starts fourth vaccine dose amid rise in cases
01/11/2022 - Argentina's covid Miracle
01/11/2022 - Omicron Pushing Covid Out Of Pandemic Phase: EU Drug Watchdog
01/11/2022 - Omicron Pushing Covid Out Of Pandemic Phase: EU Drug Watchog
01/11/2022 - Covid: Quebec to impose health tax on unvaccinated Canadians
01/11/2022 - US On "Threshold" Of Transitioning To Living With Covid: Top Scientist
01/12/2022 - Europe Starts To Consider Treating Covid Like The Flu, "Live With It"
01/12/2022 - Google's Staff Get Pricey Fast Covid Tests While Contractors Wait
01/12/2022 - Fast Food Giant KFC Charged With Breaking Singapore's Covid Rules
01/12/2022 - UK Acted Unlawfully With "VIP" Covid Contract Lane, Court Rules
01/12/2022 - Video: People Forced To Live In Metal Boxes Under China's Zero Covid Rule
01/13/2022 - Denmark Proposes 4th Covid Jab For "Vulnerable Citizens" Amid Omicron
01/13/2022 - 2 China Hospitals That "Failed To Perform Duties" Shut Amid Covid Surge
01/13/2022 - Covid: Half of France's schools could close as teachers strike
01/13/2022 - England Cuts Covid Self-Isolation Period To 5 Days To Boost Economy
01/13/2022 - The puzzle of America's record Covid hospital rate
01/13/2022 - Covid: Viral photo highlights challenges of vaccinating Amazon
01/13/2022 - US To Distribute 1 Billion Covid Tests In Latest Omicron Fight
01/13/2022 - Biden "Disappointed" In Supreme Court Ruling On Covid Vaccines Mandate
01/13/2022 - Prayagraj Magh mela: Thousands head for Hindu festival amid Covid surge
01/13/2022 - Covid Loses Most Infection Capacity After 20 Minutes In Air: Study
01/13/2022 - 2 New Medicines For Covid Treatment Get WHO Approval
01/14/2022 - Norway Partly Eases Covid Curbs, Mandatory Testing Replaces Quarantine
01/14/2022 - Urban Exodus: Covid Prompts More People To Leave Canada's Big Cities
01/14/2022 - Gene That Increases Risk of Dying From Covid Now Identified
01/16/2022 - No Relation Between Opening Schools And Covid Spread: World Bank Official
01/16/2022 - Covid vaccine: Your concerns answered
01/16/2022 - Chinese Cities On High Covid Alert As Lunar New Year Travel Season Starts
01/16/2022 - 60+ Citizens Face Monthly Fine For Not Getting Covid Shot In This Country
01/17/2022 - China Toughens Covid Response As Omicron Hits Its Power Centers
01/17/2022 - Researchers In Sweden Identify Gene Variant That Protects Against Covid
01/17/2022 - Credit Suisse Chief Quits Over Covid Rules Breach Involving Private Plane
01/17/2022 - Covid: Beijing city urges end to overseas deliveries over Omicron
01/17/2022 - Teachers' Union In France Call For "Massive" Strike Over Covid Protocols
01/17/2022 - "If We Fail To Vaccinate All ...": UN Chief's Covid Warning At Davos
01/17/2022 - Fourth Covid Vaccine "Partially" Effective Against Omicron: Study
01/17/2022 - Hong Kong Police Arrest 2 Ex-Flight Attendants Over Breach Of Covid Rules
01/17/2022 - Anti-vax protests: ‘Sovereign citizens’ fight UK Covid vaccine rollout
01/17/2022 - Hong Kong police charge two former aircrew over Covid rules
01/18/2022 - Hong Kong Orders Hamster Cull After 11 Pets Test Covid Positive
01/18/2022 - Ivermectin: Arkansas inmates sue over Covid treatment with horse dewormer
01/18/2022 - Hong Kong to cull 2,000 hamsters and small mammals over Covid case
01/18/2022 - Endemic Covid Would Not Mean End Of Danger: WHO
01/18/2022 - Will Britain Lift Strict Covid Curbs? Possibility Looms As New Cases Fall
01/18/2022 - France Logs Nearly Half A Million Record Covid Cases Amid Omicron Surge
01/18/2022 - Brazil Registers Record Daily Covid Cases, Expects Peak In February
01/18/2022 - Covid: WHO warns pandemic not over amid Europe case records
01/18/2022 - Bill And Melinda Gates' Foundation Pledges $150 Million In Covid Fight
01/18/2022 - Germany Surpasses 100,000 New Covid Cases In 24 Hours As Omicron Surges
01/18/2022 - Japan Imposes Fresh Covid Restrictions Across Country Amid Omicron Surge
01/18/2022 - Hong Kong's Covid Hamster Cull Sparks Fear Of Owners Abandoning Pets
01/19/2022 - Hong Kong Suspects Imported Hamsters Are Spreading Covid
01/19/2022 - Covid Linked To Birth-Related Complications In Unvaccinated Women: Study
01/19/2022 - Hana Horka: Czech singer dies after catching Covid intentionally
01/19/2022 - Doctors planned to take a covid patient off a ventilator. With just 48 hours, his wife got a judge to stop them.
01/19/2022 - Boris Johnson Says Most Covid Restrictions In UK Will Be Lifted Next Week
01/19/2022 - Czech Singer Hana Horka Dies After Catching Covid Deliberately
01/19/2022 - Arkansas inmates sue after unknowingly being treated for covid with ivermectin: ‘They must be held accountable’
01/19/2022 - Dutch Covid rules: Museums and orchestras stage haircut protest
01/19/2022 - US adds Argentina, Uruguay and Bolivia to list of destinations to avoid due to covid
01/19/2022 - Covid: Did Pfizer's boss cast doubt on his own vaccine?
01/20/2022 - Rapid Testing In Kids To Catching Covid Via Breastmilk: What Studies Say
01/20/2022 - Hong Kong To Shut Down Secondary Schools Amid Rising Covid Cases
01/20/2022 - 105 Nations To Get Cheaper Merck Covid Pill
01/20/2022 - Using Blood Tests, Machine Learning Model Predicts Covid Survival: Study
01/20/2022 - "Confident" France To Ease Covid Curbs Next Month: "There Are Hopes..."
01/20/2022 - "Covid Can't Restrict Us": Austria Asserts With Mandatory Jabs; 1st In EU
01/20/2022 - A Research Base In Antarctica Is Now Covid Infected
01/20/2022 - China Daily Local Confirmed Covid Cases Fall To Nearly 2-Month Low
01/21/2022 - Hong Kong: Secret rescue network to evade hamster Covid cull
01/21/2022 - Hong Kong Locks Down Thousands In Covid Housing Block To Arrest Spread
01/21/2022 - Covid Vaccines Show High Efficacy Against Severe Omicron: US Data
01/21/2022 - "Weathered Omicron Storm": Ireland Lifts Most Covid Curbs As Cases Fall
01/22/2022 - Remote Pacific Islands, With Only 2 Covid Cases Until Now, In Lockdown
01/22/2022 - Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam defends Covid hamster cull
01/22/2022 - Why Is Covid Vaccine Pass Mandatory? Thousands Protest In France
01/22/2022 - Jacinda Ardern Cancels Her Wedding. Reason: New Zealand's Covid Rules
01/22/2022 - 2 Million People Tested For Covid In Beijing As Winter Olympics Loom
01/22/2022 - Covid: New Zealand PM Ardern cancels wedding amid Omicron wave
01/23/2022 - Europe Could Be Headed For Covid Pandemic 'Endgame': WHO
01/23/2022 - Covid: Clashes at Belgium protest against restrictions
01/23/2022 - Clashes At Belgium Covid Rules Protest; Police Use Water Cannon, Tear Gas
01/23/2022 - German Covid protests turn nasty in row over rules and vaccinations
01/24/2022 - China Lifts One Of Its Longest Lockdowns As Beijing Covid Fight Ramps Up
01/24/2022 - WHO Chief Says World At "Critical Juncture" In Covid Pandemic
01/24/2022 - UK To Scrap Covid Tests For Fully Vaccinated Travellers
01/24/2022 - Sarah Palin's positive Covid test delays New York Times defamation trial
01/24/2022 - "Time To Stay On Course": Germany Extends Covid Curbs As Omicron Spreads
01/24/2022 - Boris Johnson's 2020 Birthday Bash Defied Britain's Covid Curbs: Report
01/24/2022 - School Closures Due To Covid Affected Over 616 Million Students Globally
01/24/2022 - How Covid disinformation has fuelled attacks on Czech doctors
01/24/2022 - Tedros Ghebreyesus, WHO Frontman In Covid War, Unopposed In Top Post Race
01/25/2022 - "Dictated By Omicron": Poland Schools To Partly Go Online Amid Covid Rise
01/25/2022 - Covid: Netherlands to ease restrictions despite rising case numbers
01/25/2022 - This Country With Europe's "Toughest" Covid Curbs Is Set To Reopen
01/25/2022 - France Records Over Half A Million Record Covid Cases Amid Omicron Surge
01/25/2022 - US Withdraws Covid Vaccination-Or-Testing Mandate For Businesses
01/25/2022 - Winter Olympics 2022: China eases Covid testing rules amid rise in cases
01/26/2022 - US May Permit Diplomats To Leave China To Free Them From Strict Covid Rules
01/26/2022 - Wanted: Volunteers To Catch Covid In The Name Of Science
01/26/2022 - "Farewell To Restrictions": Denmark Set To Lift Covid Curbs, 1st In EU
01/26/2022 - Israel Rolls Out 4th Covid Vaccine Dose To Vulnerable Over-18s
01/26/2022 - Only Vaccine Proof Or Covid Negative Test For EU Arrivals In Italy
01/27/2022 - Living With Covid: England Revives Plan A As Omicron Abates
01/27/2022 - Covid Curbs Protest Citing 'Holocaust' Led To Attacks On Jews: Report
01/27/2022 - Pfizer Covid Pill Europe's First Approved Oral Treatment Against Covid
01/27/2022 - Australia Approves Covid Vaccine Boosters For 16- And 17-Year-Olds
01/27/2022 - Novak Djokovic: Doubts over timing of Covid test
01/28/2022 - Red, Yellow, Green: How China Has Defined Covid Era With Colour Codes
01/28/2022 - A couple recovering from covid couldn’t smell the smoke when their house caught fire. Their toddler saved the family.
01/28/2022 - Joni Mitchell wants songs off Spotify in Covid row
01/29/2022 - Russia Sees Highest Ever 113,122 New Covid Cases In A Day
01/29/2022 - New Zealand PM Isolating, Journalist Case Highlights Tough Covid Curbs
01/29/2022 - Beijing Reports Highest Covid Cases Since June 2020 As Olympics Near
01/30/2022 - "Felt Like A Bullet": Bhutan PM Mourns Rare Covid Death
01/30/2022 - "Mark Of The Antichrist": Greek Holy Men's Message On Covid Vaccines
01/30/2022 - Harry and Meghan reveal Spotify Covid row concerns
01/30/2022 - Spotify: Streaming giant announces plans to clamp down on Covid misinformation
01/30/2022 - Winter Olympics: How will the Covid bubbles work?
01/30/2022 - Recovery Clinics Across US Provide Hope To Long Covid Patients
01/30/2022 - New York City To Deliver Free Antiviral Pills To Covid Patients
01/31/2022 - "If I Pissed You Off, I'm Sorry": Podcaster To Spotify On Row Over Covid
01/31/2022 - Joe Rogan says he’ll do better research on covid, give listeners opposing views: ‘I don’t always get it right’
01/31/2022 - "Feeling Fine": Canada PM Justin Trudeau Says He Has Tested Covid +ve
01/31/2022 - Austria's Covid vaccine law comes into force amid resistance
01/31/2022 - Lunar New Year: Covid thwarts travel plans for millions
02/01/2022 - Massive Volumes Of Covid Hospital Waste Threaten Health, Environment: WHO
02/01/2022 - Denmark Covid restrictions lifted despite increase in cases
02/01/2022 - Global Covid response generating masses of waste, WHO says
02/01/2022 - "Necessary Evil": Amid Covid Row, Lesser-Known Artists Can't Quit Spotify
02/01/2022 - 32 Fresh Covid Cases Detected Among Beijing Winter Olympics Personnel
02/01/2022 - Tonga to enter lockdown after two Covid cases detected
02/02/2022 - Pregnant Women With Covid Are Unlikely To Transmit To Babies
02/02/2022 - First Human Trial With Voluntary Covid Exposure Found Safe In Young Adults
02/02/2022 - Winter Olympics: What is China's Covid policy and does it work?
02/02/2022 - Omicron BA.2: What we know about the Covid sub-variant
02/02/2022 - Djokovic Covid tests were valid, Serbian officials say
02/02/2022 - How Covid brought new roles for Singapore's theatre actors
02/02/2022 - Covid: New Zealand unveils phased border reopening plan
02/02/2022 - "Want A More Open...": Italy Lifts Some Covid Curbs, To Reopen Further
02/02/2022 - "Jeopardize Readiness": US Army To Let Go Soldiers Who Refuse Covid Jab
02/02/2022 - "Reopen In A Safe Way": Dutch Vow To Ease Curbs Amid Covid Surge
02/03/2022 - Europe In A Covid "Ceasefire" That Could See End Of Pandemic: WHO
02/03/2022 - Europe entering Covid pandemic 'ceasefire', says WHO
02/03/2022 - L.A.’s mayor took a maskless photo with Magic Johnson, defying covid rules. His defense: ‘I’m holding my breath’
02/03/2022 - Djokovic thanks Serbian president for support amid Covid test doubts
02/03/2022 - Beijing Olympics: Winter Games start amid Covid and boycotts
02/04/2022 - Covid: South Africa makes its own version of Moderna vaccine
02/04/2022 - US Tops Over 900,000 Covid Deaths As Omicron's Spread Slows
02/05/2022 - WHO Chief Says Discussed Collaboration On Covid Origins With Chinese PM
02/05/2022 - US Podcaster In Covid Spotify Controversy Apologizes For Using 'N Word'
02/06/2022 - Freedom Convoy: Ottawa declares emergency over trucker Covid rules protests
02/06/2022 - Covid: Australia to reopen borders to international travel
02/07/2022 - After Canada, New Zealand Truckers Block Streets To Protest Covid Curbs
02/08/2022 - Chinese Scientists Say New Covid Test Gives Results Within 4 Minutes
02/08/2022 - Policy "Run Its Course"? Canada Eyes Lifting Covid Curbs Amid Protests
02/08/2022 - Pfizer's Covid Vaccine Sales To Cross Over $50 Billion This Year
02/08/2022 - Johnson & Johnson Temporarily Halts Covid Vaccine: Report
02/09/2022 - Indonesia Starts Testing Homegrown Covid Vaccine On Humans
02/09/2022 - A 10-year-old girl died of covid after her teacher appointed her the ‘class nurse.’ Her parents want answers.
02/09/2022 - Global Covid Cases Surpass 400 Million As Omicron Grips World
02/09/2022 - King Of Spain Tests Positive For Covid
02/09/2022 - World marks 500,000 covid deaths since omicron, while Fauci says U.S. is exiting ‘full-blown’ pandemic
02/09/2022 - Queen of Denmark Tests Positive For Covid
02/09/2022 - New York State Lifts Indoor Mask Mandate As Covid Cases Drop
02/09/2022 - 4th Covid Booster Shot? Top US Expert Says May Be Needed
02/09/2022 - Joe Biden Clings To Covid Caution As US Seeks To Leave Pandemic Behind
02/09/2022 - White House left behind as states drop Covid rules
02/10/2022 - 1 In 3 Elderly Develop New Conditions After Covid: Study
02/10/2022 - Hong Kong's tough Covid laws threatened by virus surge
02/10/2022 - New Inhaled Vaccine Gives Broad Protection Against Covid Variants: Study
02/10/2022 - Covid: Trucker protests may hit Super Bowl, US security agency says
02/10/2022 - China, Climate, Covid On The Table As Quad Diplomats To Meet Today
02/11/2022 - Macron refused to take Russian Covid test
02/11/2022 - French President Kept At Distance From Putin After Refusing Covid Test
02/11/2022 - Biden says easing mask mandates ‘probably premature’ as blue states loosen covid restrictions
02/11/2022 - Covid Test Not Required For Vaccinated Travellers In France
02/11/2022 - Arthritis Drug Added To World Health Organisation's Covid Medicines' List
02/11/2022 - Pfizer, Moderna Covid Booster Efficacy Wanes After 4 Months: US Study
02/11/2022 - China Gives Conditional Nod To Pfizer Covid Pill Amid Isolated Flare-Ups
02/12/2022 - On Covid Re-Exposure And Testing Needs, What You Must Know
02/12/2022 - Covid protests: Hundreds fined as convoy heads to Paris
02/12/2022 - Covid protests: Paris police fire tear gas at demonstrators
02/12/2022 - Covid Reinfections Milder, Strengthen Immunity? What Experts Say
02/14/2022 - To-Be Queen Consort Camilla Tests Covid Positive, Days After Prince Charles
02/14/2022 - Covid Booster Efficacy Reduces Significantly By 4th Month: US Study
02/14/2022 - Was Canada's Covid response more effective than the US?
02/15/2022 - Covid-19 live updates: D.C., Ontario to drop vaccine rules as covid restrictions ease around the world
02/15/2022 - Oxford Scientists To Study Effects Of Covid Variants, Shots In Pregnancy
02/15/2022 - Vietnam To Lift Covid Curbs on International Flights For Fully Vaccinated
02/15/2022 - Canada Announces To Ease Covid Health Measures For Travellers At Borders
02/16/2022 - Quality Of Antibodies Improves For Months After Covid Vaccination: Study
02/16/2022 - Covid-19 live updates: Vaccines could lower risk of ‘long covid,’ U.K. health agency says
02/16/2022 - Covid: Hong Kong's hospitals overwhelmed amid spike in cases
02/16/2022 - BioNTech Covid vaccine plan to ship container labs to Africa
02/16/2022 - Covid: Austria and Germany decide to ease rules
02/17/2022 - World "Better Prepared" For Covid Variants: Vaccine Maker BioNTech
02/17/2022 - Hong Kong's "Overriding Mission" As Covid Cases Surge 60 Times In A Month
02/17/2022 - Japan's Record Covid Deaths Spiral In Wave Estimated To Last Till April
02/17/2022 - Asian Bank Tracks Projects In India From Space Amid Covid Travel Bans
02/17/2022 - Vietnam: Viral dog owners rescue 15 puppies after Covid cull
02/18/2022 - These Countries Have Zero Covid Cases, Says WHO. See List
02/18/2022 - How Leaving "Trace, Test, Treat" Policy In South Korea Led To Covid Surge
02/18/2022 - Despite "Zero Covid" Policy, Cases Rapidly Rise Across Chinese Cities
02/18/2022 - Climate change: Covid shutdown linked to record rainfall in China
02/18/2022 - Hong Kong Postpones Picking New Leader Amid Worst-Ever Covid Outbreak
02/19/2022 - Hospital Crisis In Hong Kong Amid Worst-Ever Covid Outbreak
02/19/2022 - Britain To Set Out Plans To Scrap Covid Self-Isolation Rules
02/20/2022 - Queen Elizabeth Tests Positive For Covid At Age 95
02/20/2022 - Australia Opens Borders After Two Years Of "Fortress"-Level Covid Curbs
02/20/2022 - Israel To Admit Unvaccinated Tourists As Covid Cases Decline
02/20/2022 - PM Modi Wishes UK's Queen Elizabeth Speedy Recovery From Covid
02/20/2022 - Covid: Australia's border reopens to international visitors
02/20/2022 - New Zealand PM Says May Ease Covid Rules Amid Protests; No Deadline Yet
02/21/2022 - Explained: How Covid Nasal Swab Test Works And Why It Hurts
02/22/2022 - Hong Kong Finds Covid In Samples From 1,400 Brazil, Poland Packages
02/22/2022 - How China Appears To Be Blocking Investigation On Covid Origins
02/22/2022 - Queen Elizabeth II, 95, Cancels Engagements Over Covid Symptoms
02/22/2022 - After unexplained absence, Fox News’ Neil Cavuto tells viewers his second bout with covid landed him in the ICU
02/22/2022 - Hong Kong orders compulsory Covid tests for all its citizens
02/22/2022 - Hong Kong Imposes 3 Rounds Of Mandatory Covid Tests As Crisis Surges
02/23/2022 - US Truckers Launch Canada-Style 'People's Convoy' Against Covid Rules
02/24/2022 - Queen Elizabeth II Cancels 2 Virtual Engagements Due To Covid: Buckingham
02/24/2022 - EU Approves Moderna Covid Vaccine For Children 6-11
02/25/2022 - This hospital tried to save a covid patient. Conspiracy theorists targeted it.
03/01/2022 - China Should Eventually "Co-Exist" With Covid, Says Top Scientist
03/01/2022 - Don't Panic Or Scramble: Hong Kong Calms Residents Fearful Of Covid Curbs
03/01/2022 - Won't "Accept Living With Covid": Biden's Message To Pandemic-Weary US
03/02/2022 - Japan, Hit By Omicron, Set To Extend Covid Curbs After "Deadliest" Month
03/02/2022 - WHO Gives Nod To Merck Covid Pill For Non-Severe, At-Risk Patients
03/03/2022 - Hong Kong's "Dynamic Zero" Covid Policy Flails As Cases Spiral
03/04/2022 - "Blind Leading The Blind...": Hong Kong's Covid Blunder As Cases Spiral
03/05/2022 - No Quarantine For Vaccinated Arrivals As Saudi Arabia Lifts Covid Curbs
03/06/2022 - 2 Years Of Pandemic: World Learns "Living With Covid" And Virus Fatigue
03/07/2022 - Covid Can Shrink Brain As Much As Decade Of Aging, Claims Study
03/08/2022 - Even Mild Covid Infection Can Cause Brain Shrinkage: Oxford-Led Study
03/09/2022 - Covid: Austria suspends compulsory vaccination mandate
03/11/2022 - 18 Million Died Of Covid Worldwide, 3 Times Official Tally: Study
03/11/2022 - China's Biggest Covid Surge In Two Years
03/11/2022 - China's Biggest Covid Surge In 2 Years, City Of 9 Million Shut: 10 Points
03/11/2022 - Conspiracy Theorists Move To Ukraine Crisis After Covid Disinformation
03/11/2022 - "Living With Virus Like Flu": Australia Wants To Relax More Covid Rules
03/12/2022 - France Offers Covid Vaccine Fourth Dose To People Over 80s
03/12/2022 - Almost 3,400 New Covid Cases In China, Highest Daily Spike In 2 Years
03/13/2022 - China Shuts Tech Hub Over 66 Covid Cases. 17 Million People In Lockdown
03/13/2022 - Former US President Barack Obama Tests Positive For Covid
03/13/2022 - The 71-Year-Old Woman Who Is Leading China's Covid Fight
03/14/2022 - Top China Covid Fighter Is Woman, 71, Her Videos Go Viral
03/14/2022 - China: Businesses shut as officials widen Covid lockdowns
03/15/2022 - Covid Cases Increasing Again In US? A Big Warning
03/15/2022 - China vs Covid: Hazmat Suits On Streets, Police Tape Around Whole Blocks
03/15/2022 - Pfizer Seeks Approval For Fourth Covid Vaccine Shot In US
03/16/2022 - Morgues Overflowing As Hong Kong Suffers Deadly Covid Wave
03/16/2022 - Israel Records New Covid Variant
03/16/2022 - Fourth Covid Shot Provides Little Benefit Against Omicron: Study
03/16/2022 - Covid: Why US students are staging walkouts over masks
03/16/2022 - New Covid Variant Detected In Israel: 5 Points
03/16/2022 - "Tip Of The Iceberg": WHO On 11 Million New Global Covid Cases Last Week
03/17/2022 - Flu, Covid And Flurona: What We Can And Cant Expect This Winter
03/17/2022 - How One Country Is Beating Covid Despite 600,000 New Cases A Day
03/17/2022 - Covid Cases Are Climbing In The US
03/17/2022 - Moderna Seeks Emergency Approval For Second Covid Booster For US Adults
03/17/2022 - Xi Hints At Tweak In China Covid Strategy Amid Worst Outbreak Since Wuhan
03/18/2022 - Holi 2022: India celebrates festival of colours as Covid cases dip
03/18/2022 - China's Tech Hub Eases Covid Curbs To "Minimise Impact" On Economy
03/18/2022 - A family flew to rescue their grandma from Ukraine. Visa issues and a covid outbreak have them stuck in Poland.
03/18/2022 - Hong Kong: 'My employer kicked me out because I caught Covid'
03/19/2022 - China Reports First 2 Covid Deaths Since January 2021 Amid Omicron Surge
03/19/2022 - In a tiny Irish pub delivered to your doorstep, a St. Patrick’s Day for the covid era
03/19/2022 - As Covid Cases Rise Globally, WHO Lists 3 Misleading Claims On Omicron
03/21/2022 - China Locks Down Millions More As Covid Spreads
03/21/2022 - Omicron BA.2 Subvariant Gaining Ground In US, Covid Tests Show
03/22/2022 - China's Shanghai Denies Lockdown Rumours As It Nears 1,000 Covid Cases
03/23/2022 - Infant Covid Vaccine Succeeded In Trial, Says Moderna
03/23/2022 - Covid Makes Comeback In US As Omicron BA.2 Variant Becomes Dominant
03/24/2022 - Small lab that got $187 million for covid testing put patients in ‘jeopardy’
03/24/2022 - EU Drug Watchdog Approves AstraZeneca's Covid Prevention Jab 'Evusheld'
03/26/2022 - New World Order? One-Two Punch Of Covid And War Rattle Globalisation
03/27/2022 - China's Shanghai To Impose Phased Lockdown To Curb Covid Outbreak
03/27/2022 - Shanghai Covid: China announces largest city-wide lockdown
03/27/2022 - Pakistan Accumulates Over $10 Billion In New Debt During Covid: Report
03/27/2022 - Shanghai Covid: Oil prices slide after city starts lockdown
03/28/2022 - US Secretary of State Will Test For Covid After Having Met Israeli PM
03/28/2022 - Elon Musk Says He "Supposedly" Has Covid Again, "Almost No Symptoms"
03/28/2022 - Kenya to receive millions seized in Jersey to help fight Covid
03/28/2022 - Singapore Doctor Caught Injecting Saline Solution Instead Of Covid Vaccine
03/29/2022 - Shanghai Bars All From Leaving Homes, Allowed Out Only To Get Covid Test
03/29/2022 - In Shanghai, Bankers And Traders Sleep In Offices To Beat Covid Lockdown
03/29/2022 - Covid closures still affecting 400 million pupils - Unicef
03/30/2022 - China's Growth Could Be Severely Affected Amid Zero Covid Policy: Report
03/30/2022 - Biden Gets 2nd Covid Booster Shot, Says Virus No Longer Dominates
03/30/2022 - South Africa's Covid Deaths Could Be 3 Times The Official Count (100,000)
03/30/2022 - "Making Up For Two Years": South Korea's "Revenge Travel" Amid Covid Surge
03/31/2022 - "We Implore Residents...": China's Shanghai Urges Covid Lockdown Patience
03/31/2022 - Robot Patrols Shanghai Streets With COVID Announcements, Internet Amused
03/31/2022 - China's Shanghai Expands Covid Curbs. 26 Million People In Lockdown
04/01/2022 - What we now know about long Covid
04/01/2022 - Coronavirus LIVE: India Reports Over 1,300 New Covid Cases In 24 Hours
04/01/2022 - China: Shanghai hospital struggles with Covid infections
04/02/2022 - World Gets Its 1st Nasal Covid Jab As Russia Registers Sputnik V Version
04/02/2022 - New Covid Variant XE Found In UK, More Transmissible Than Omicron: WHO
04/02/2022 - China Reports Over 13,000 New Covid Cases As Outbreak Spreads
04/03/2022 - To Curb Spread Of Covid, This Chinese City Asks All Residents To Self-Test
04/03/2022 - EasyJet cancels 100 flights due to Covid absences
04/03/2022 - China Sends Military, Doctors To Covid Test 26 Million Shanghai Residents
04/05/2022 - Shanghai Covid lockdown extended to entire city
04/05/2022 - China Variants and Omicron XE Put Fresh Focus on Covid Mutations
04/05/2022 - "So Many Bodies Piled Up": Hong Kong Funeral Services Reel Under Covid
04/05/2022 - China Reports 20,000 Daily Covid Cases, Highest Since Start Of Pandemic
04/05/2022 - Shanghai Scrambles To Secure Food Supplies Amid Covid Lockdown
04/06/2022 - Japan To Lift Covid Entry Ban For 106 Countries Including US
04/06/2022 - Covid Increases Risk Of Blood Clots For Up To 6 Months: Study
04/06/2022 - Covid: Blood clot risk higher for six months after having virus
04/07/2022 - Shanghai: Residents 'running out of food' in Covid lockdown
04/07/2022 - Shanghai May Target International Flights Amid Covid Spike: Report
04/07/2022 - US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Tests Covid Positive
04/07/2022 - Over 2/3rd Africans May Have Had Covid, 97 Times More Than Reported: WHO
04/08/2022 - Shanghai Increases Covid Testing Amid Massive Covid Outbreak
04/08/2022 - Xi's Praise For China's "Gold Medal" Covid Response Amid Shanghai Spike
04/08/2022 - China Covid pandemic: Xi hails response as Shanghai hits record
04/08/2022 - US Closely Monitoring Covid Lockdown In Shanghai: White House
04/08/2022 - Moderna Recalls Thousands Of Covid Doses In Europe. Here's Why
04/09/2022 - US OKs Non-Essential Personnel Departure From Shanghai Amid Covid Spike
04/09/2022 - US Warns Of "Arbitrary" Covid Measures In China As Shanghai Fights Surge
04/09/2022 - "Our Work Not Enough": Shanghai Official Admits Failures In Covid Handling
04/10/2022 - China's Epicentre Shanghai's Covid Cases Keep Rising
04/10/2022 - US Concerns Over Covid Curbs "Groundless Accusations": China
04/10/2022 - As China Tightens Covid Norms, Shanghai Questions Human Cost Of Quarantines
04/10/2022 - "Horrible Pandemic": Queen Elizabeth Recalls Time She Contracted Covid
04/11/2022 - Shanghai's Plan To Ease Covid Curbs Despite Record Rise In Cases
04/11/2022 - Britain's Queen Elizabeth On Covid Fight: Left Me "Very Tired, Exhausted"
04/11/2022 - US Orders Non-Essential Staff To Leave China's Shanghai Amid Covid Spike
04/13/2022 - Shanghai Vows Punishment For Covid Lockdown Violators As Cases Hit 25,000
04/13/2022 - WHO Experts Insist Covid Still A Global Emergency
04/14/2022 - Pfizer To Seek US Authorisation For 3rd Covid Shot In Children
04/14/2022 - Covid Far From Becoming Endemic: WHO
04/14/2022 - Shanghai lockdown: How Covid tests China's 'Great Firewall'
04/15/2022 - China Covid: Clashes in Shanghai over lockdown evictions
04/15/2022 - Covid China: Elderly deaths contradict Shanghai figures
04/15/2022 - Shanghai Sees Record Symptomatic Covid Cases As New Lockdowns Imposed
04/16/2022 - More Chinese Cities Impose Covid Curbs As Cases Rise In Shanghai
04/16/2022 - How China's Covid Flare-Up Has A "Very High" Economic Cost
04/17/2022 - China May Not Achieve Growth Targets Amid Covid Surge: Report
04/17/2022 - Shanghai: China reports three dead in latest Covid outbreak
04/17/2022 - What's The New Covid Omicron XE Variant And Should I Be Worried?
04/18/2022 - US Court Strikes Down Covid Mask Mandate For Public Transport
04/18/2022 - "Everything Cellophane-Wrapped": Hong Kong Covid Rules' Environment Cost
04/19/2022 - 7 More Covid Deaths In Shanghai Today, Count Rises To 17
04/20/2022 - Shanghai Cautiously Eases Lockdown As Covid Deaths Rise
04/20/2022 - Covid: Woman caught virus twice within record 20 days
04/21/2022 - Shanghai Official Covid Death Count Rises To 25
04/21/2022 - Shanghai People 'Not Free To Fly' Out Of Homes As Covid Cases Tick Back Up
04/21/2022 - WHO "Strongly Recommends" Pfizer's Antiviral Covid pill
04/21/2022 - Shanghai escalates Covid lockdown restrictions
04/22/2022 - British Patient Suffered Longest-Known Case Of Covid Before Dying: Report
04/22/2022 - China Censors Own National Anthem Used To Protest Covid Curbs
04/22/2022 - Nobel Laureate Mario Vargas Llosa Hospitalised With Covid
04/22/2022 - Shanghai Reports 12 New Covid Deaths As Frustrations Boil Over
04/24/2022 - Shanghai Reports Its Highest Daily Covid Deaths As China Ramps Up Curbs
04/24/2022 - Beijing kicks off mass testing after spike in Covid cases
04/25/2022 - Mix-And-Match Of Booster Shot Offers Best Protection Against Covid: Study
04/25/2022 - Beijing Launches Mass Covid Testing As Cases Rise
04/26/2022 - Only 1 In 4 Covid Patients Feel Fully Recovered After A Year: UK Study
04/26/2022 - US Vice President Kamala Harris Tests Positive For Covid
04/26/2022 - Nearly 60% Of US Population Had Covid By February: Health Body
04/26/2022 - Beijing Focusses On Mass Covid Testing As Locked-Down Shanghai Seethes
04/27/2022 - Malaysia To Ease Covid Restrictions, Eases Mask Mandate
04/28/2022 - Chinese Megacity Cancels Flights, Mass Tests After 1 Suspected Covid Case
04/28/2022 - Taiwan's Daily Covid Infections Cross 10,000 Mark After Zero-Covid Shift
04/28/2022 - Moderna Seeks US Approval For Covid Vaccine For Children Under 6
04/29/2022 - Beijing Extends Covid Curbs As Lockdown Anger In Shanghai Grows
04/29/2022 - South Africa Warns Of Covid 5th Wave As Cases Rise
04/29/2022 - Child hepatitis cases falsely linked to Covid vaccine
04/30/2022 - China Covid outbreak: Beijing residents must test negative to enter public spaces
05/02/2022 - "No Choice": Shanghai Residents Sent Out Of City During Covid Crackdown
05/02/2022 - Delhi Airport World's 2nd Busiest, Was 23rd Before Covid Pandemic: Report
05/03/2022 - Nearly 13 Million US Children Infected With Covid Since Pandemic: Report
05/04/2022 - Beijing Halts Public Transport As China Continues To Fight Covid
05/04/2022 - Leaked China Covid Crackdown Videos Show People Beaten, Doors Welded
05/05/2022 - Hong Kong Beaches Reopen To Covid Weary Residents As Outbreak Recedes
05/05/2022 - Covid: World’s true pandemic death toll nearly 15 million, says WHO
05/05/2022 - World's Covid Deaths Nearly 3 Times More Than Reported, WHO's Data Shows
05/05/2022 - Covid Killed Nearly 15 Million People Worldwide In 2020-21: WHO
05/05/2022 - US Limits Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine Use Over Rare Blood Clot Risk
05/05/2022 - "How Did We Catch It?" Shanghai's Covid Lockdown Is Working, To A Point
05/06/2022 - Shanghai's Covid Outbreak, China's Worst, Is Under "Effective Control"
05/06/2022 - Beating Covid With Chorus, Shanghai Couple's "Surreal" Wedding
05/06/2022 - Tesla Could Run 2 Shifts At Plant In Covid Locked-Down Shanghai: Report
05/06/2022 - China Seeks To Make Covid Testing A Permanent Feature Of Everyday Life
05/07/2022 - After 1 million deaths, covid leaves millions more forever changed
05/07/2022 - Pakistan Joins India In Questioning WHO's Covid Death Count
05/08/2022 - Chaos At Apple China Supplier. Reason: Shanghai Covid Curbs
05/08/2022 - China's Economy Had "High Hopes" For This Year. Then, Covid Played Truant
05/08/2022 - "Stop Asking Why": Shanghai Tightens Covid Curbs, With May Goal
05/08/2022 - His Shanghai Covid Policy Failed. But He Is Still Xi Jinping's Top Choice
05/09/2022 - "Go Home": China's 2 Biggest Cities Tell Residents Amid Covid Outbreaks
05/09/2022 - "Stop Asking Why": Shanghai Rages At Endless Covid Lockdown
05/10/2022 - ‘If I die no-one will know’: Covid and Hong Kong’s 'cage men'
05/10/2022 - "Isolating Until I'm Healthy Again": Bill Gates Tests Covid Positive
05/10/2022 - China Risks 1.6 Million Deaths If It Abandons Covid Zero Policy: Study
05/11/2022 - Covid mask rules relaxed for EU air travel
05/11/2022 - North Korea Confirms 1st Covid Case, Declares "Severe National Emergency"
05/11/2022 - North Korea orders strict lockdown with first official Covid cases
05/11/2022 - As People Move On, US Nears A Grim Milestone Of 1 Million Covid Deaths
05/11/2022 - Expiring Untapped Global Vaccine Stash Adds Risks Of New Covid Variants
05/11/2022 - Half Of Covid Survivors Have 1 Symptom 2 Years After Infection: Lancet
05/12/2022 - United States passes one million Covid deaths
05/12/2022 - US Casualties From Covid Crosses One Million, Says White House
05/12/2022 - Covid Deaths In Europe Cross Two Million Mark: WHO
05/12/2022 - US Doctors Reflect On Fatigue, Pain Of One Million Covid Deaths
05/12/2022 - $3 Billion Pledged In New Funding During Virtual Global Covid Summit
05/12/2022 - Beijing Works From Home, Shanghai's Victory Against Covid Getting Closer
05/13/2022 - China Denies Blocking Passports To Control Covid
05/13/2022 - North Korea's Covid Spread May Have Started At Military Parade
05/13/2022 - Is China Restricting Travel Further Amid Covid Surge? China Responds
05/13/2022 - North Korea Reports 21 More Deaths From 'Fever' Amid Covid Outbreak
05/14/2022 - North Korea: Covid outbreak a great disaster, says Kim Jong-un
05/14/2022 - Covid: What will the pandemic look like in North Korea?
05/14/2022 - North Korea's Explosive Covid Outbreak: 820,620 Cases In 3 Days
05/14/2022 - 'I searched for my sister for 30 years, but Covid took her from me'
05/15/2022 - Hong Kong Is Tracing Covid In Sewage. Here's Why
05/15/2022 - North Korea's Covid Conundrum: Managing Without Vaccines, Mass-Testing
05/15/2022 - South Korea Offers North Korea "Humanitarian Aid" Amid Covid Outbreak
05/15/2022 - China's Retail Sales Lowest In 2 Years Amid Worst Covid Outbreak
05/15/2022 - In North Korea's Covid Outbreak, Over A Million Cases Of "Fever", 50 Dead
05/15/2022 - North Korea: More than a million Covid cases feared
05/16/2022 - Kim Jong Un Asks Army To Distribute Medicines As Covid Cases Rise: Report
05/16/2022 - Students Protest Against Covid Curbs In Beijing
05/16/2022 - "I Feel Free": France Lifts Covid Mask Rule On Public Transport
05/16/2022 - North Korea Reports 6 New Deaths, Over 1 Million Infected With Covid
05/16/2022 - Shanghai Achieves 'Zero Covid' Status But Normal Life Is Weeks Away
05/17/2022 - Man gambles away huge accidental Covid payment in Japan
05/17/2022 - UN Warns Of "Dire Consequences" Of North Korea Covid Response
05/17/2022 - New York Raises Covid Alert From "Medium" To "High" As Infections Soar
05/18/2022 - Why Australia's Covid Cases Are Rising, Again
05/18/2022 - Japanese Man Gambles Away Covid Relief Payment Meant For 463 Patients
05/18/2022 - China Tightens Curbs In Border Cities. Reason: North Korea's Covid Surge
05/18/2022 - China's Doors Will Open Wider To The World, Xi Asserts Amid Covid Curbs
05/19/2022 - North Korea: Fighting Covid with traditional medicine
05/20/2022 - Shanghai Reports New Cases After 5 Days Of "Zero Covid"
05/20/2022 - Meet The Public Face Leading North Korea's Battle Against Covid
05/20/2022 - The Virus Behind 100,000 Child Deaths In 2019 Globally. No, It's Not Covid
05/20/2022 - Locked-Down Shanghai Finds New Cases, Breaks "Zero Covid" Streak
05/21/2022 - Covid in North Korea: No response to US vaccine offer
05/21/2022 - Beijing Residents Quarantined Over 26 Covid Cases, Told "Please Cooperate"
05/21/2022 - Covid Cases In UK Fall Even As 2 Omicron Variant Sub-Types Surface
05/21/2022 - Spain lifts Covid ban on unvaccinated travellers
05/21/2022 - Another Shanghai District Shuts As China's Covid Outbreak Grows
05/21/2022 - Apple Looks To Boost Production Outside China Citing Covid Rules: Report
05/22/2022 - China's Capital Imposes More Curbs As Covid Outbreak Continues
05/22/2022 - World faces big challenges over Covid, monkeypox and wars - WHO
05/22/2022 - Covid Created A Billionaire Every 30 Hours: Oxfam At Davos Forum
05/23/2022 - Millions In Beijing Told To WFH, More Shanghai Curbs In China's Covid War
05/23/2022 - Avoiding Monkeypox, Covid: Microbes Key In Preventing Pandemic
05/23/2022 - China's Economy Was Once "Robust". Then Covid Returned
05/23/2022 - Covid Tests Every 2 Days In China Province Of Nearly 100 Million: Report
05/23/2022 - European Union Drugs Regulator Approves AstraZeneca Jab As Covid Booster
05/23/2022 - 3 Covid Shots Generate Good Response In Under-5s: Pfizer-BioNTech
05/23/2022 - North Korea Says Covid Situation "Under Control" In Country
05/24/2022 - 'India's Success, China's Failure': Biden Praises PM Over Covid Handling
05/24/2022 - Airbnb Stops Booking Stays In Covid Locked-Down China: Report
05/24/2022 - China Sticks To Zero Covid Policy As Residents Decry Uneven Rules
05/24/2022 - Taiwan Was A Covid Success Story In 2021. Now, It Has 80,000 A Day
05/25/2022 - China's Warning As Lockdowns To Contain Covid Outbreak Bites Into Growth
05/26/2022 - Chinese economy stalling: combating Covid 19 and keeping jobs more significant than GDP growth criteria
05/28/2022 - "Tomorrow Will Be Better": Shanghai Inches Towards Lifting Covid Lockdown
05/28/2022 - Shanghai Moves Towards Reopening As Beijing Plans To Ease Covid Curbs
05/28/2022 - Shanghai Takes Further Steps Towards Reopening, Beijing Eases Covid Curbs
05/29/2022 - In Bid To Boost Economy, Shanghai To Ease Covid Restrictions
05/29/2022 - North Korea Lifts Lockdown Amid 'Stable' Covid Situation: Report
05/29/2022 - Beijing Eases Covid Curbs, Shanghai Inches Closer To Ending Lockdown
05/30/2022 - Thousands In Quarantine After Man Breaks Covid Rules In China's Beijing
05/30/2022 - North Korea Calls Covid Jabs "Immortal Potion Of Love" From Kim: Report
05/31/2022 - Relief And Disbelief As Shanghai To Start Lifting Covid Lockdown
05/31/2022 - Shanghai's Covid Curbs Are Ending. "Caught Unawares", Residents Say
05/31/2022 - Shanghai lockdown: China eases Covid restrictions after two months
05/31/2022 - Shanghai Eases Covid Curbs In Step Towards Ending Lockdown
05/31/2022 - Shanghai lockdown: Cheers and beers as Covid curbs are eased
06/01/2022 - Covid Situation "Getting Worse, Not Better" In North Korea, Says WHO
06/01/2022 - North Korea: The mystery of its Covid outbreak
06/02/2022 - Shanghai Covid Curbs Drag On Despite Officials Declaring Victory
06/02/2022 - After Covid Lockdown, Shanghai Residents Grapple With Trauma
06/03/2022 - Covid: Why do some vaccines protect you for longer than others?
06/07/2022 - Relief In Beijing As China Eases Covid Dine-In Curbs
06/08/2022 - Disinformation, Conspiracy Theories Cloud WHO's Covid Treaty Push
06/08/2022 - AstraZeneca Claims Positive Medicine Trial For "Severe" Covid
06/10/2022 - China Fears Wind Is Blowing Covid Virus In From North Korea
06/10/2022 - US Health Authority Says Moderna Covid Vaccine Effective In Under-Fives
06/11/2022 - China Delays School Reopenings After "Rapidly Developing" Covid Outbreak
06/11/2022 - China Warns Of "Explosive" Covid Outbreak As Shanghai Begins Mass Testing
06/12/2022 - Amid 'Ferocious' Outbreak, Beijing's Chaoyang Set For Mass Covid Testing
06/12/2022 - Covid: Dozens of Covid cases linked to Beijing bar
06/14/2022 - Canada Is Lifting Covid Vaccine Mandate For Domestic, Overseas Travel
06/14/2022 - China's Middle Class Looks To Flee As Covid Policies Bite
06/15/2022 - "Power Abuse": China Allegedly Uses Covid Tracking System To Curb Protest
06/15/2022 - How Germany's Predicted Summer Covid Wave Is Becoming A "Reality"
06/15/2022 - Amid Covid Fight, N Korea Reports Outbreak Of Another Infectious Disease
06/16/2022 - US Panel Recommends Covid Vaccines For Children Under Age 5
06/16/2022 - White House Refuses To Clarify Joe Biden's Covid Status
06/17/2022 - Omicron Less Likely To Cause Long COVID -19: UK Study
06/17/2022 - WTO agrees deals on Covid vaccines and overfishing
06/17/2022 - Covid infections up after Platinum Jubilee celebrations
06/17/2022 - US Approves Covid Vaccine For Children 6 Months And Above
06/17/2022 - Covid In Hong Kong Shows "Signs Of Rebound"
06/17/2022 - Mask Off, No Foreign Tourist Registration: Thailand Drops Covid Rules
06/18/2022 - US Approves Covid Vaccines For Children As Young As 6 Months
06/19/2022 - China's Covid Mass Testing Mantra Is Building A Waste Mountain
06/20/2022 - Did North Korea Stop Covid Containment China Goods' Import? Data Shows...
06/20/2022 - Saudi Arabia Lifts Covid Travel Restrictions To India: Report
06/21/2022 - Macau Hotel Locked Down After Covid Outbreak; 700 People Quarantined
06/21/2022 - Twitter Accounts Hyped Company Seeking Covid Vaccine Trials: Report
06/22/2022 - Covid Vaccine Scheme For The Poorest Pushes For Delivery Slowdown: Report
06/22/2022 - We Are Facing A New Wave Of Covid: France's Vaccination Chief
06/22/2022 - Covid vaccines are being rolled out to US children under 5
06/22/2022 - Long Covid In Infected Kids Can Last At Least 2 Months: Lancet Report
06/28/2022 - Zero Covid Cases In Beijing, Shanghai After Millions Locked In Homes
06/28/2022 - US Medical Experts Call For Omicron-Specific Covid Boosters
06/29/2022 - Elmo gets covid vaccine, sparks another muppet feud with Ted Cruz
06/30/2022 - North Korea Calls US Offer Of Covid Aid 'Foolish', Politically Motivated
06/30/2022 - North Korea Blames "Alien Things" Near South Korea Border For Covid Outbreak
06/30/2022 - North Korea claims Covid arrived on 'alien things' near border
07/04/2022 - 1.7 Million People Put Under Lockdown In China Amid Fresh Covid Surge
07/05/2022 - China Resumes International Flights After 2-Year Covid Ban
07/06/2022 - China's New Covid Outbreaks Put Millions Under Lockdown - Again
07/07/2022 - A judge in Uruguay has prohibited Covid vaccines for children; Health Ministry complies with the ruling
07/07/2022 - Zero Covid holds danger for China's Xi
07/09/2022 - Macau's "Static Management" Plan As Covid Outbreak Worsens
07/10/2022 - Macau lockdown: Gambling hub shuts casinos amid Covid outbreak
07/10/2022 - Shanghai Braces For More Mass Covid Testing Amid Fresh Curbs
07/11/2022 - "No Time To Lose": EU's Nod To 2nd Covid Booster Jab For People Over 60
07/11/2022 - Italy To Begin Administering 2nd Covid Booster Dose To Over-60s
07/12/2022 - China Locks Down City Of 300,000 Over Single Covid Case
07/12/2022 - Covid Virus May Survive For 30 Days On Refrigerated, Frozen Meat: Study
07/14/2022 - Covid Behind Largest Backslide In Child Vaccination In A Generation: UN
07/15/2022 - In WHO Chief Scientist's Reply To World Bank Adviser, A Covid Warning
07/19/2022 - Risk Of Mental Health, Financial Issues Doubles In Adults With Covid: Study
07/19/2022 - Covid in China: Officials sorry for break-ins amid hunt for contacts
07/19/2022 - Shanghai Covid lockdown: The struggle of blind massage therapists
07/21/2022 - US President Joe Biden Has Covid, White House Says "Very Mild Symptoms"
07/21/2022 - US President Joe Biden 'doing great' after testing positive for Covid
07/21/2022 - Indian-Origin US Man Gets 4 Years In Jail For $2 Milion Fraud Covid Scheme
07/22/2022 - Biden's doctor: President's Covid symptoms 'have improved'
07/22/2022 - Biden's Covid Symptoms "Have Improved", Says White House Doctor
07/23/2022 - Covid, Zika, And Now Monkeypox: When Does WHO Sound Its Highest Alert
07/23/2022 - Covid in China: Xi Jinping and other leaders given domestic vaccine
07/25/2022 - Shenzen Seals Off Big Firms Including iPhone Maker Foxconn To Battle Covid
07/25/2022 - Biden Says He Is "Feeling Great" As Covid Symptoms Ease
07/26/2022 - Low Sex Drive, Erectile Dysfunction Among Symptoms Of Long Covid: Study
07/26/2022 - Joe Biden Steps Out Of Covid Isolation To Hit The Gym: Report
07/27/2022 - Joe Biden Tests Negative For Covid After Completing Treatment: White House
07/27/2022 - Covid in China: Million in lockdown in Wuhan after four cases
07/27/2022 - Long-Lasting Loss of Smell, Taste In 5 Per Cent Covid Cases: Study
07/30/2022 - Conservatives skeptical of covid vaccines battle to lead a hospital
07/30/2022 - Joe Biden Tests Positive For Covid Again, Returns To Isolation
07/30/2022 - US President Joe Biden tests positive for Covid after 'rebound' infection
08/01/2022 - New Zealand fully reopens borders to build back from COVID isolation
08/01/2022 - "Living With Covid": Where The Pandemic Could Go Next
08/02/2022 - White House Says Joe Biden's Covid Cough Has Returned
08/04/2022 - Long Covid Symptoms Affect 1 In 8, Suggests Lancet Study In Netherlands
08/05/2022 - Meal Slots, No Talking: Japan Companies Face "Unpredictable" Covid Again
08/06/2022 - Biden Tests Negative After Second Bout Of Covid
08/06/2022 - Biden tests negative for Covid after 'rebound' case - doctor
08/07/2022 - Over 80,000 Tourists Trapped In 'China's Hawaii' After Covid Outbreak
08/07/2022 - Sanya: Covid lockdown strands tourists on 'China's Hawaii'
08/07/2022 - Joe Biden Tests Negative For Covid, Will Return To Public Engagement
08/07/2022 - US President Biden leaves White House for first time since Covid
08/07/2022 - Hong Kong cuts Covid hotel quarantine to three days
08/09/2022 - Nepal Bars Entry Of Indians After 4 Tourists Test Covid Positive
08/10/2022 - Australia Covid: Contact tracing app branded expensive 'failure'
08/10/2022 - North Korea's Kim Jong Un Declares "Shining Victory" Over Covid
08/10/2022 - North Korea leader Kim Jong-un 'suffered fever' during Covid outbreak, says sister
08/10/2022 - Kim Jong Un's Sister Accuses South Korea Over Covid Outbreak
08/11/2022 - Chinese Medical Site Censored After Doubting Herbal "Covid Remedy"
08/11/2022 - Kim Jong Un 'Seriously Ill' In North Korea Covid Surge, Says His Sister
08/11/2022 - Covid Surge: Several Chinese Cities Impose Fresh Curbs, Lockdown
08/12/2022 - Hacker Offers To Sell 48.5 Million Users' Data From Shanghai Covid App
08/12/2022 - North Korea Lifts Mask Mandate After Kim Jong Un Declares Covid "Victory"
08/13/2022 - Lockdowns, Hotspots And Millions Stranded: Covid Surges Again In China
08/13/2022 - With Daily Covid Testing, Shanghai To Reopen Schools Next Month
08/15/2022 - Aus PM Says Predecessor Took On Secret Ministerial Roles During Covid
08/15/2022 - Long Covid Symptoms: Here's What To Look Out For
08/15/2022 - Shanghai Covid: Ikea shoppers flee attempt to lock down store
08/16/2022 - US's First Lady Jill Biden Tests Positive For Covid
08/17/2022 - On Secret Ministerial Roles During Covid, Ex Australia PM's Justification
08/17/2022 - Covid Survivors At Risk Of "Brain Fog", Epilepsy Even Years Later: Study
08/18/2022 - Covid's Harmful Effects On The Brain Stay For Years
08/18/2022 - Covid in China: Fish tested amid Xiamen outbreak
08/19/2022 - Scientists Discover "Weak Spot" Across All Major Covid Variants: Study
08/19/2022 - Covid in China: Hippo, fish and crabs get PCR tests
08/21/2022 - Japan PM Fumio Kishida Covid Positive Amid Spike In Cases In The Country
08/22/2022 - Philippine students return to school for first time since Covid
08/22/2022 - Anthony Fauci, Joe Biden's Covid Advisor, To Step Down In December
08/22/2022 - China Says Covid Led To Further Decline In Births, Marriages: Report
08/23/2022 - Covid Incubation Gets Shorter With Each New Variant, Study Shows
08/24/2022 - US First Lady Tests Positive For Covid Again, President Biden Negative
08/25/2022 - It Was Always Wrong: Rishi Sunak On "Fear Narrative" Of UK Covid Lockdowns
08/25/2022 - As Covid Eases, Sharp Spike In UK Visa To Indians, Overtaking The Chinese
08/25/2022 - In Tit-For-Tat Move, US Suspends 26 Chinese Flights Over Covid Cases
08/25/2022 - North Korea Says New Fever Cases Were Flu, Not Covid
08/26/2022 - Moderna Sues Pfizer Over Covid Vaccine
08/26/2022 - Moderna suing Pfizer over Covid vaccine technology
08/29/2022 - World's Largest Electronics Market Shut Down In China Amid Covid Cases
08/29/2022 - People in jail sued over covid safety. The oversight didn’t last.
08/29/2022 - China Shuts Down World's Largest Electronics Market As Covid Cases Rise
08/29/2022 - "My Insides Were Crying": China Covid Curbs Hit Mental Health Of Youth
09/01/2022 - 16 Million Under Lockdown In Chinese City Amid New Covid Outbreak: Report
09/01/2022 - Spain's Tomatina food fight returns after Covid hiatus
09/01/2022 - Covid in China: Chengdu lockdown after outbreak
09/01/2022 - EU Regulator Backs Use Of Novavax Covid Shot As A Booster
09/03/2022 - Over 50,000 Fresh Covid Cases In Russia For 2nd Consecutive Day: Report
09/03/2022 - Shenzhen Goes Into Lockdown As China Fights Covid Outbreaks
09/04/2022 - Bangladesh's Sheikh Hasina Praises India Help During Covid, Ukraine War
09/04/2022 - Inhaled Covid Vaccine Gets Emergency Use Approval As Booster In China
09/06/2022 - US Foresees Annual Covid Boosters, Just Like Flu: Officials
09/07/2022 - Nasal Vaccines Could Be Beneficial In Controlling Covid: WHO
09/08/2022 - For Long Covid, Scientists Warn Of A Startling New Crisis
09/08/2022 - How To Avoid Long Covid: It's Serious But Here's What Experts Advise
09/11/2022 - Xi To Leave China For First Time In Over 2 Years Amid Covid, Meet Putin
09/12/2022 - China Covid lockdowns leave residents short of food and essential items
09/12/2022 - New Intranasal Anti-Viral Treatment May Block Covid Transmission: Report
09/12/2022 - WHO Projects Covid Peak In October, Cites Polio Concerns In Ukraine
09/14/2022 - A New Covid Variant Is Now Spreading - Omicron BA.4.6. Details Here
09/14/2022 - Covid "End Is In Sight", Says WHO Chief
09/18/2022 - China Covid: Quarantine bus crash kills 27 and injures 20
09/18/2022 - Higher Risk Of Severe Covid Complications In Children With Immunodeficiency
09/20/2022 - Covid Remains A Global Emergency But End Could Be In Sight: WHO
09/21/2022 - Danish queen tests positive for Covid day after Queen Elizabeth II's funeral
09/23/2022 - Hong Kong Covid: Double-masked flautists in ad spark ridicule
09/23/2022 - "Blood On Your Hands" If World Steps Back On Tackling Covid Now: WHO
09/25/2022 - Covid: The Chinese artist filming PCR tests inside his mouth
09/27/2022 - Chinese Tech Hub, Locked Down Over 10 Covid Cases, Sees Rare Protest
09/28/2022 - Blood Test Could Diagnose The Risk Of Long Covid In People: Study
09/29/2022 - Australia to end mandatory Covid isolation
10/05/2022 - Covid: Hong Kong to lure tourists with 500,000 free air tickets
10/09/2022 - Singapore To Lift Covid Restrictions On Non-Vaccinated People Next Week
10/10/2022 - China Imposes New Lockdowns To Curb Covid Ahead Key Congress Meet
10/11/2022 - AstraZeneca Nasal Spray Vaccine For Covid Fizzles In Small, Early Trial
10/11/2022 - Security, Red Banners And Covid Curbs: Beijing Readies For 20th Congress
10/11/2022 - Sir David Jason describes Covid collapse
10/12/2022 - Europe Likely To Witness Another Covid Wave, Warns WHO
10/13/2022 - Shanghai's Covid Cases At 3-Month High, Days Before Xi's Big Party Event
10/13/2022 - China Covid: Frustration as Beijing hit by restrictions ahead of congress
10/13/2022 - Ringo Starr cancels North America tour with Covid
10/15/2022 - BioNTech: Could Covid vaccine technology crack cancer?
10/15/2022 - Put "People First" In Covid Pandemic: China's Xi At Key Meet
10/16/2022 - Covid Defence, "Use Of Force" In Taiwan: Xi Jinping's Top 5 Quotes
10/17/2022 - Donald Trump Aides Blocked Accurate Covid Information: US Probe
10/18/2022 - High Hopes For Nasal Covid Vaccines Despite "Disappointing" Trial
10/19/2022 - Beijing Steps Up Covid Measures After Cases "Quadruple": Report
10/19/2022 - Hong Kong May Let Bankers Who Get Covid Exit on Private Jets
10/20/2022 - China May Relax A Major Covid Rule For Visitors: Report
10/20/2022 - China anger over death of girl, 14, sent to Covid quarantine
10/20/2022 - China Covid: The politics driving the hellish lockdowns
10/21/2022 - India vaccine maker destroys 100 million doses of expired Covid jab
10/21/2022 - Spain lifts final Covid rules for UK travellers
10/24/2022 - WHO Says "Not A Time To Relax" As Covid, Flu Cases Rise In Europe
10/25/2022 - Even Mild Covid Is Linked To Higher Risk of Deadly Blood Clots: Study
10/26/2022 - AstraZeneca Covid Jab Linked To Higher Risk Of Rare Blood Clot, Finds Study
10/27/2022 - China Covid: Videos emerge of rare protests in Tibet
10/27/2022 - China Covid: Millions back in lockdown as Beijing doubles down on zero-Covid
10/29/2022 - Taiwan Holds First LGBTQ Pride March Since Covid Pandemic
10/30/2022 - Apple: Chinese workers flee Covid lockdown at iPhone factory
10/30/2022 - Workers Jump Fences To Escape Covid Lockdown At China Factory: Report
10/31/2022 - Fresh COVID curbs in China hit iPhone production, shut Shanghai Disney
10/31/2022 - Shanghai Disney: Visitors unable to leave without negative Covid test as park shuts
10/31/2022 - Workers Flee China's Largest iPhone Factory After Covid Lockdown
10/31/2022 - Covid Was "More Likely Than Not" A Result Of Lab-Related Incident: Report
10/31/2022 - Shanghai Disney: Video shows crowds trapped in Covid lockdown at theme park
11/01/2022 - Shanghai Disneyland Shuts Doors, Locking Visitors Inside After Covid Scare
11/02/2022 - China Covid: Area around world's biggest iPhone plant locked down
11/02/2022 - China Covid: Lockdown delayed potentially lifesaving treatment for sick boy, father says
11/02/2022 - Day of the Dead: Celebrations return in full to Mexico after Covid restrictions
11/02/2022 - Father Slams China's Covid Curbs Over Son's Death That Sparked Anger
11/02/2022 - China Covid: Panic and fear drove iPhone factory breakout
11/03/2022 - Five Patients Are Helping Doctors Crack The Long Covid Mystery
11/03/2022 - Pfizer-BioNTech To Test Combined Vaccine For Covid, Flu
11/03/2022 - UK Researchers Cure Man Who Had Covid For 411 Days
11/03/2022 - Workers Recount Covid Horror At World's Largest iPhone Factory
11/04/2022 - China Planning To Lift Covid Flight Restrictions: Report
11/04/2022 - China May Soon Cut Covid Quarantine For Inbound Travellers: Report
11/06/2022 - Man From Ohio Attacks Asian American Student, Blames Him For Covid
11/06/2022 - How To Exercise If You're Recovering From Long Covid
11/06/2022 - Apple Warns Of Lower IPhone Shipments Due To Chinese Covid Restrictions
11/06/2022 - Production Hit At World's Largest iPhone Factory After Covid Surge
11/06/2022 - Apple: iPhone shipments delayed over China Covid lockdown
11/06/2022 - Despite Grinding Lockdowns, China's Covid Cases At Six-Month High
11/08/2022 - India-Made Drug Shown To Treat Heart Damage Caused By Covid Protein: Study
11/08/2022 - He jokingly compared covid to a zombie apocalypse. An arrest followed.
11/09/2022 - Meta Doubled Staff To Over 87,000 In 2 Years, Saw Covid As Growth Time
11/09/2022 - British Researchers Cure Man Who Had Covid For Over 400 Days
11/10/2022 - China Won't Relax Covid Measures But Will Keep Improving Them: Expert
11/10/2022 - Indian Charged In US For $8 Million Covid Relief Fraud Scheme
11/11/2022 - China Eases Covid Restrictions, Cuts Quarantine Period For Travellers
11/11/2022 - Covid Vaccination Improves Efficacy Of Cancer Treatment, Says Study
11/11/2022 - China Covid: Beijing eases some curbs despite rising cases
11/11/2022 - Cruise ship with 800 Covid cases docks in Sydney
11/13/2022 - Days After Curbs Relaxed, China Records 14,288 New Daily Covid Cases
11/13/2022 - China Reports 16,072 New Covid Cases, Highest In Recent Outbreak
11/14/2022 - Cambodian Prime Minister Tests Covid Positive After Hosting ASEAN Summit
11/15/2022 - Uruguay's Vaccine Committee summoned to rule on need for new Covid booster dose
11/15/2022 - China zero Covid: Violent protests in Guangzhou put curbs under strain
11/17/2022 - Covid Pandemic Led To Surge In "Superbug Infections": EU's Disease Agency
11/18/2022 - US Climate Envoy John Kerry Tests Positive For Covid At COP27
11/20/2022 - China Records 1st Covid Death In 6 Months
11/20/2022 - Several Beijing Districts Shut Schools As Covid Cases Rise In China
11/21/2022 - China's Beijing Reports Over 300 New Covid Cases, Enforces Travel Curbs
11/21/2022 - China reports first Covid deaths in six months amid strict zero-cases policy
11/21/2022 - Record Covid Cases In Beijing As China Outbreak Spirals
11/22/2022 - Formula 1: Chinese GP to be cancelled because of the country's Covid policies
11/23/2022 - China Covid: Angry protests at giant iPhone factory in Zhengzhou
11/23/2022 - Rapper Ice Cube Says he Lost $9 Million Deal For Saying No To Covid Shot
11/23/2022 - Now, Measles "An Imminent Global Threat" Due To Covid Pandemic: WHO
11/23/2022 - China Covid: Angry protests at world's biggest iPhone factory
11/23/2022 - With Over 30,000 Cases, China's Daily Covid Tally Hits Record High: Report
11/23/2022 - China Orders Covid Lockdown In City After Violent iPhone Factory Protests
11/24/2022 - China Covid: Record number of cases as virus surges nationwide
11/24/2022 - Over 6 Million In Covid Lockdown In China's 'iPhone City' After Clashes
11/26/2022 - China Reports Over 30,000 New Daily Covid Cases For 3rd Straight Day
11/26/2022 - China Xinjiang: Urumqi rocked by Covid lockdown protests after deadly fire
11/26/2022 - Covid hospitalized him for 453 days. Now he’s home for the holidays.
11/26/2022 - China Sees Nearly 40,000 Covid Cases In New Record For 4th Straight Day
11/26/2022 - China Building Fire That Killed 10 Sparks Protests Against Zero Covid Plan
11/26/2022 - Covid protests widen in China after Urumqi fire
11/27/2022 - Blank Paper New Symbol Of Defiance In China's Covid Protests. Here's Why
11/27/2022 - China Covid Protests Live Updates: Hundreds Take To Streets In Cities
11/27/2022 - Chinese TV Cuts Maskless World Cup Scenes As Covid Protests Mount: Report
11/27/2022 - In Chinas Wuhan, Where Covid Outbreak Began, Hundreds Protest On Streets
11/27/2022 - China Police Assaulted Journalist At Shanghai Covid Protest: Report
11/27/2022 - China Reports Another Daily Record Of Covid Cases As Protests Intensify
11/27/2022 - Xi's China Cracks Down As Deadly Fire Sparks Protests Against Covid Curbs
11/27/2022 - "Xi, Step Down": Protests Intensify In China Over Strict Covid Curbs
11/27/2022 - China's Abrupt Covid Curbs Force Delivery Drivers To Jump Lockdown Fences
11/28/2022 - Next Covid Strain Could Be Worse, Says A Lab Report
11/28/2022 - Chinese police: Delete photos or face arrest at Shanghai Covid protest site
11/28/2022 - China Covid protests: Fury and fear of virus puts Xi Jinping in a bind
11/28/2022 - After Deadly Fire, China Eases Covid Curbs In Xinjiang
11/28/2022 - China Covid: BBC journalist detained by police during protests
11/28/2022 - China Covid: Chinese TV censors shots of maskless World Cup fans
11/28/2022 - China Covid: Heavy police presence after days of protests
11/28/2022 - China Covid: How five dramatic days of protests unfolded
11/29/2022 - Australia To Withdraw Or Refund Fines Issued During Covid Pandemic
11/29/2022 - "Biden's Monitoring, We All Are": US On China Covid Unrest
11/29/2022 - New South Wales scraps tens of thousands of Covid fines
11/29/2022 - China plans 'crackdown' after Covid protests
11/29/2022 - China Warns Of "Crackdown" After Major Protests Against Covid Restrictions
11/29/2022 - EU Chief Heads To China Amid Protests Against Covid Lockdowns
11/29/2022 - Ros Atkins on... China's crackdown on Covid protests
11/29/2022 - Twitter Stops Policing Covid Misinformation Under CEO Elon Musk
11/30/2022 - China Covid: Unrest continues in Guangzhou as lockdown anger grows
12/01/2022 - China signals ease in Covid policy after mass protests
12/01/2022 - China Covid Lockdowns Shut Delivery Workers Out Of Their Homes
12/01/2022 - US Warns China Of "Grave Consequences" Over Crackdown On Covid Protests
12/01/2022 - China Reports Slight Dip In Daily Covid Count, 34,980 New Cases Recorded
12/01/2022 - Despite New Covid Cases, Chinese Cities Reopen Shops, Scale Back Testing
12/02/2022 - "Don't Get Too Riled Up": Fear Of Crackdown Plagues China's Covid Protests
12/02/2022 - Beijing, Other Chinese Cities Remove Covid Testing Booths, Ease Travel Curbs
12/04/2022 - China's Shanghai Eases Some Covid Curbs After Protests
12/04/2022 - After Covid Pandemic, Canada Now Faces "Tridemic": Report
12/04/2022 - Covid Confusion In China Over Easing Of Curbs
12/05/2022 - Covid Was Man-Made Virus, Says Wuhan Lab Scientist In New Book
12/05/2022 - Australia PM Anthony Albanese Tests Covid Positive
12/05/2022 - China May Announce 10 New Steps To Ease Covid Curbs On Wednesday: Report
12/05/2022 - China Covid: Xi's face-saving exit from his signature policy
12/05/2022 - Chinese Hacking Team 'Winnti' Stole US Covid Relief Worth Millions
12/05/2022 - Beijing Drops Covid Negative Report Requirement After Rare Protests
12/06/2022 - "If You Touch Us...": Students Protest Campus Lockdown In China Over Covid
12/06/2022 - From Underground Restaurants To Secret Bars: Beijing Dodges Covid Curbs
12/06/2022 - In China, People Rush To Buy Fever Drugs As Covid Curbs Likely To Be Eased
12/07/2022 - China Announces Loosening Of Covid Curbs, Days After Rare Protests
12/07/2022 - China rolls back coercive Covid rules after protests
12/07/2022 - China Rejoices As Government Eases Covid Curbs After Weeks Of Protests
12/07/2022 - King Visits Gurdwara: Charles Lauds 'Langar', Sikh Community's Covid Work
12/08/2022 - Li Wenliang: Chinese pour hearts out on Covid martyr's page
12/08/2022 - Apple Supplier Foxconn Pushed China To Ease Covid Restrictions: Report
12/08/2022 - Rapper who boasted he ‘got rich’ off covid relief sentenced to prison
12/08/2022 - "Nightmares Of Writhing Black Snakes": Extended Misery For Covid Survivors
12/08/2022 - Protesters Fear Retribution As China Eases Covid Curbs
12/09/2022 - Fauci slams ‘lowlife’ trolls harassing his wife, children over covid
12/10/2022 - Caution And Resentment In China's Wuhan Despite Ease In Covid Curbs
12/10/2022 - Nobel Awards To Take Place In Sweden With Full Glitz After Covid
12/10/2022 - Beijing's Covid Gloom Deepens As China Relaxes Curbs After Protests
12/11/2022 - China's Daily Covid Cases Fall To 8,838, Days After Curbs Eased
12/11/2022 - China's Big Move In Easing Zero-Tolerance Covid Strategy
12/11/2022 - Elon Musk Slams Biden's Covid Response Advisor Anthony Fauci In Tweet
12/11/2022 - China Businesses Face Fresh Worries As Covid Fears Keep People At Home
12/12/2022 - China to de-activate national Covid tracking app
12/12/2022 - Elon Musk's Attacks On Biden's Covid Advisor Is "Disgusting": White House
12/12/2022 - China Sees Rise In Covid Cases As Its Strict Policy Eases
12/12/2022 - Hong Kong Lifts Curbs On Travellers, Shuts Down Covid App
12/13/2022 - 2nd Covid Booster Shot For High-Risk Groups, Elderly In China
12/13/2022 - China Says Tracking Covid Cases 'Impossible' As Infections Soar
12/14/2022 - "Impossible To Track": China's Covid Numbers No Longer Reflect Reality
12/14/2022 - China Covid: 'Panic-buying' and shortages as restrictions are eased
12/14/2022 - Lower Growth Forecast "Very Likely" For China Amid Covid Spike: IMF Chief
12/14/2022 - WHO Plans To End Covid, Mpox Emergencies In 2023
12/14/2022 - China Administers Over A Million Vaccine Doses A Day As Covid Cases Rise
12/15/2022 - Fla. pastor, son scammed $8 million in covid aid to buy Disney home, feds say
12/16/2022 - "Worked To The Bone": Crematoriums In Beijing Buckle Under Covid Wave
12/16/2022 - Beijing Reports First Covid Deaths As China Eases Curbs
12/16/2022 - China May See Over 1 Million Covid Deaths Through 2023, Predicts New Model
12/17/2022 - Shanghai schools to go online as Covid spreads in China
12/18/2022 - China's Cities Battle 1st Wave Of Covid Surge As Wider Spread Looms
12/18/2022 - China Covid: Health expert predicts three winter waves
12/18/2022 - China Officially Reports First Covid Deaths Since Easing Zero Covid Policy
12/18/2022 - China Megacity's New Work Rule For Covid Patients Marks Big U-Turn
12/19/2022 - US Says China's Current Covid Situation Is Global Concern
12/19/2022 - China Boosts Medical Infrastructure As Covid Surge Sparks Fears Abroad
12/20/2022 - World Fears A New Wave Of China's Covid, Ponders How To Help Xi Jinping
12/20/2022 - Crematoriums Across China Struggle Amid Increase In Covid Cases
12/20/2022 - Lemons Are In Demand As China Fights Huge Covid Surge
12/20/2022 - "22 Cremations A Day", Rising Obits: China Sees Wave Of Covid Deaths
12/20/2022 - China To Only Count Covid Deaths Due To "Respiratory Failures": Report
12/20/2022 - China Lifting Covid Lockdown Could Kill Upto 2.1 Million People: Report
12/20/2022 - China Covid: Five deaths under country's new counting method
12/20/2022 - Ros Atkins on... China’s Covid surge
12/20/2022 - China Says No New Covid Deaths Reported After Changing Criteria
12/20/2022 - Beijing Braces For Spike In Severe Covid Cases Amid International Concern
12/20/2022 - Three Covid Waves To Hit China In Winter, Predict Experts
12/21/2022 - Hearses Queue At Beijing Crematorium Despite No New Covid Deaths In China
12/21/2022 - India steps up Covid surveillance after China surge
12/21/2022 - Amid Covid Surge, China May Cut Down On Quarantine For Incoming Travellers
12/21/2022 - As New Covid Variant Threatens China, Expert Cites India's Example
12/21/2022 - Fleeing China's Covid lockdowns for the US - through a Central American jungle
12/21/2022 - WHO Chief "Very Concerned", Advises China To Step Up Covid Vaccinations
12/21/2022 - Chinese Cities Distribute Free Fever Drugs As Covid Cases Rise
12/22/2022 - China Covid Surge Could Be As Worrying As India's Delta Wave: Experts
12/22/2022 - Covid Surge Rampages Through Shanghai Virtually Unchecked
12/22/2022 - Elderly Patients Fill Hospitals In China's Cities Amid Covid Outbreak
12/22/2022 - Variant Behind China Covid Surge, Also Found In India, Has These Symptoms
12/22/2022 - China Is Likely Seeing 1 Million Covid Cases, 5,000 Deaths A Day: Report
12/22/2022 - China's New Covid Hospitalisations Absent From WHO's Latest Reports
12/22/2022 - US Urges China To Share Info On Covid Outbreak As It Spreads Rapidly
12/22/2022 - China Had No "Zero Covid" Exit Plan. Now Residents Paying The Price
12/22/2022 - China Takes Over Medical Supplies Across Country Amid Covid Surge
12/22/2022 - China Expecting Peak In Covid Cases Within A Week
12/23/2022 - "Died Too Quickly": China's Hospitals Overflow Amid Covid Surge
12/23/2022 - In Our "Profound Interest" That China Reins In Covid Surge, Says US
12/23/2022 - This Chinese City Is Reporting Half A Million Covid Cases Every Day
12/24/2022 - Shanghai Residents Told To Stay At Home On Christmas As Covid Cases Surge
12/24/2022 - Bethlehem sees Christmas tourism boost after two-year Covid hiatus
12/24/2022 - Amid Covid Surge, China Says Medicines In "Adequate Supply"
12/24/2022 - Crematoriums In China Fill Up Amid Rise In Covid Cases: Report
12/24/2022 - China To Stop Publishing Daily Covid Cases Amid Fresh Surge
12/25/2022 - This Chinese City Is Reporting 1 Million Covid Cases Every Day
12/25/2022 - China Calls On Blood Donors Amid Shortage As Covid Cases Rise: Report
12/25/2022 - China Cities' Covid Estimates Suggest Infections May Peak in January
12/26/2022 - China's Economy Is Showing Increasing Strain From The Covid Tsunami
12/26/2022 - "The ICU Is Full": China Hospitals Scramble To Cope With Covid Tsunami
12/26/2022 - Amid Millions Of New Infections, China Learns To Live With Covid
12/26/2022 - Xi Jinping Urges Steps To "Protect" Lives As China Lifts Covid Curbs
12/26/2022 - China to end Covid quarantine for foreign arrivals
12/26/2022 - China To Distribute Pfizer Vaccine In Beijing As Covid Cases Surge: Report
12/26/2022 - China Reopens Borders To World In Removing Last Covid Zero Curbs
12/27/2022 - Chinese Plan Trips, Book Overseas Flights As Last Zero Covid Curb Removed
12/27/2022 - Sudden Covid Outbreaks Show "Lack Of Efficacy" Of Chinese Vaccines: Report
12/27/2022 - Chinese Public Shows Mixed Emotions About Covid Zero Ending
12/27/2022 - Jubilant Chinese Rush To Plan Trips Abroad With Covid Quarantine To End
12/27/2022 - North Korea's Weapons Programme Defies Covid Outbreak
12/27/2022 - Covid in China: People rush to book travel as borders finally reopen
12/27/2022 - India Covid: Experts say people don't need to panic over China coronavirus surge
12/28/2022 - China Covid: US considers restrictions on Chinese arrivals
12/28/2022 - Hong Kong to scrap almost all its Covid rules
12/28/2022 - China's Covid Pivot Sparks Fears Worldwide
12/28/2022 - Covid in China: Countries tighten rules as tourism set to resume
12/28/2022 - Australia Says No Change To Covid Rules Regarding Travellers From China
12/28/2022 - After US, UK May Impose Covid Curbs On Arrivals From China: Report
12/28/2022 - How The World Is Reacting To Covid Spike In China
12/29/2022 - Covid In 2023: Why Virus Trends Are More Difficult To Predict 3 Years On
12/29/2022 - More Risk Of New Covid Variants As Cases Spike In China, Warn Experts
12/29/2022 - Caring With Covid: Infected Doctors In China Battle Virus Surge
12/29/2022 - WHO Says Concern Over China Covid Surge "Understandable"
12/29/2022 - Covid: Why are some places testing Chinese arrivals?
12/30/2022 - US's Latest Move As It Doubts Chinese Data Over Covid Surge: Report
12/30/2022 - After Criticism, Chinese Officials Discuss Covid Situation With WHO
12/30/2022 - China Covid: Spain, South Korea, and Israel tighten rules
12/30/2022 - France Latest Nation To Impose Covid Tests On Travellers From China
12/30/2022 - Covid in China: WHO calls on Beijing to strengthen its response
12/30/2022 - WHO Urges China To Provide More Data, Regular Updates On Covid Situation
12/30/2022 - UK To Require Negative Covid Tests For Travellers From China
12/30/2022 - World Readies To Welcome 2023 Amid Shadow Of Covid, Russia-Ukraine War
12/31/2022 - Up To 70% Of Those Under 19 Globally Susceptible To Covid: Study
12/31/2022 - "Tough Challenges Remain" In China's Fight Against Covid: Xi Jinping
12/31/2022 - Covid Deaths Hit 9,000 Per Day In China, Finds UK-Based Firm: Report
12/31/2022 - "Light Of Hope...": Xi's New Year Address To China Amid Covid Spike
12/31/2022 - Australia Makes Covid Negative Report Mandatory For Arrivals From China
01/01/2023 - New Year: Countries around the world celebrate after Covid lull
01/01/2023 - Chinese Authorities, State Media Seek To Reassure People Over Covid
01/01/2023 - Flyers From China Now Face Covid Restrictions From Over A Dozen Countries
01/01/2023 - These Countries Have Imposed Fresh Covid Rules On Chinese Travellers
01/02/2023 - Elephants: Covid and ethics reshape Thailand's tourism industry
01/02/2023 - China Arrivals In UK Next Week Won't Face Compulsory Covid Tests: Report
01/02/2023 - Why China's Latest Covid Wave Has Sparked Global Panic
01/02/2023 - Share Specific, Real-Time Info On Covid Situation, WHO Tells China
01/03/2023 - Autopsies Show Covid Virus Lingers In Brain For Months: Study
01/03/2023 - 70 Per Cent Of China's Shanghai Infected With Covid: Top Doctor
01/03/2023 - China Slams Covid Rules For Nationals Abroad, Warns Of "Countermeasures"
01/03/2023 - China Media Plays Down Covid Severity As WHO Seeks Details On Outbreak
01/03/2023 - EU Offers China Free Vaccines Amid Covid Surge
01/03/2023 - China Covid: Beijing criticises 'political' rules for its tourists
01/03/2023 - US Says Covid Tests For China Travellers Based On "Science"
01/03/2023 - China Convinced Of "Final Victory" Over Covid As World Awaits Virus Data
01/04/2023 - Current Numbers "Under-Represent True Impact" Of Covid In China: WHO
01/04/2023 - China Covid: WHO warns about under-representing Covid deaths
01/04/2023 - EU Recommends Pre-Flight Covid Testing Of Passengers From China
01/04/2023 - China Covid: EU officials 'strongly' urge testing for travel
01/05/2023 - Desperate China Families Turn To Black Market For Covid Medicines
01/05/2023 - WHO Says China Reported Nearly 220,000 New Covid Cases In 2023
01/05/2023 - China Under-Representing Covid Deaths, Concealing Data, Says WHO
01/05/2023 - 'Kraken', The New Covid Variant And Why It's Causing Concern
01/05/2023 - China Covid: Celebrity deaths spark fears over death toll
01/05/2023 - 40% Of Chinese Infected With Covid In Last Month: Report
01/05/2023 - China Subjected Covid Protesters To Intense Surveillance, Interrogation
01/06/2023 - China Covid: Young people self-infect as fears for elderly grow
01/06/2023 - Xi Jinping Calls China's Covid policy "Well Thought-Out": Report
01/07/2023 - China suspends social media accounts of Covid policy critics
01/07/2023 - "Felt Like Fever Dream": 'Zero Covid' Ends, China Set For Homecoming Rush
01/08/2023 - Protestors Clash With Police At Covid Antigen Kit Factory In China
01/08/2023 - China reopens borders to tourists after three years of Covid closure
01/08/2023 - China Says "Life Is Moving Forward" In New Phase Of Covid Response
01/09/2023 - 89% Infected With Covid In China's Third Most-Populous Province: Official
01/09/2023 - Chinese Rush To Renew Passports After Covid Border Curbs Lifted
01/09/2023 - China Covid: More than 88 million people in Henan infected, official says
01/09/2023 - Thailand Reverses Covid Vaccination Entry Rule For Visitors
01/09/2023 - China Suspends Short-Term Visas For South Koreans Over Covid Travel Curbs
01/10/2023 - In Rural China, Not Testing For COVID Becomes The Norm: Report
01/10/2023 - China blocks S Korea and Japan visas over Covid
01/10/2023 - China Covid Cases Not Expected To "Significantly Impact" Europe: WHO
01/10/2023 - "Total Mess" In China As Covid Wave Decimates Poorest Areas
01/11/2023 - China Worries About Infecting Elderly As Holiday Travel Spreads Covid
01/11/2023 - Satellite Pics Show Crowds At China Crematoriums Amid Covid Spike: Report
01/12/2023 - Chinese Travellers Rushing To Hong Kong For mRNA Covid Vaccines: Report
01/25/2023 - China Says Covid Deaths Down By 80% In New Year
01/26/2023 - World Has No Faith In Covid Figures Released By China: Report
01/27/2023 - US Probes Risk Of Stroke From Pfizer Covid Vaccine Booster Dose
01/27/2023 - Japan To Drop Masking Guidelines, Relax Covid Policy
01/27/2023 - Lunar New Year Boosts Chinese Tourism As Covid Curbs End
01/30/2023 - Covid in China: Officials say current wave is 'coming to an end'
01/30/2023 - Covid Still An International Emergency, Says WHO
02/02/2023 - Hong Kong Offers 500,000 Free Flights After Covid Isolation
02/03/2023 - 2,351 Insurance Claims Of Rs 50 Lakh Each Settled For Covid Health Workers
02/05/2023 - No Jobs For Migrant Workers Due To China's Zero Covid Policy: Report
02/05/2023 - Tamilians In Singapore Celebrate Thaipusam After 2 Years Of Covid Curbs
02/11/2023 - Grieving a daughter's Covid death in Wuhan - while being surveilled
02/13/2023 - UK's Queen Consort Camilla Tests Positive For Covid
02/23/2023 - China Covid Surge Has 'Basically' Ended, But Not Completely Over
02/27/2023 - Origin Of Covid "Shouldn't Be Politicised": China On Lab-Leak Theory
02/27/2023 - China should be honest on Covid origin, says US envoy
02/27/2023 - White House Clarifies Stance On Covid Origin, Day After Lab Leak Claim
02/28/2023 - Covid: FBI chief Christopher Wray says China lab leak 'most likely'
02/28/2023 - "Classified" Report Says Covid Likely Caused By China Lab Leak: FBI Chief
03/01/2023 - Covid origin: Why the Wuhan lab-leak theory is so disputed
03/03/2023 - All Covid Origin Theories On The Table: WHO After US's China Lab Claim
03/04/2023 - Top Scientist Behind Russia's Covid Vaccine "Strangled": Report
03/04/2023 - A mile-long line for free food offers a warning as covid benefits end
03/07/2023 - US Set To Lift Covid Curbs On Travellers From China: Report
03/08/2023 - Argentine-developed Covid vax ready to move on to trial phase
03/08/2023 - Covid origins investigation: US House of Representatives holds first hearing
03/10/2023 - 3 Years On, It's Clear Covid Won't Fix Itself. What We Need To Focus On
03/11/2023 - New York City Rats Can Carry Covid Variants, New Study Finds
03/12/2023 - WHO's Latest Message On Covid Origin 3 Years Since It Declared Pandemic
03/13/2023 - Viruses Hiding Out in Patients Hold Long Covid Answer
03/14/2023 - China reopening borders to foreign tourists for first time since Covid erupted
03/17/2023 - Study Links Covid Origins To Racoon Dogs Sold In China Seafood Market
03/17/2023 - Unidentified Covid Variant Detected In Israel. All You Need To Know
03/20/2023 - Credit Suisse Crisis: Archegos, Covid Breach And Other Scandals
03/20/2023 - Joe Biden Signs Law Declassifying Intel On Covid Origin And Wuhan Link
03/20/2023 - New Study Suggests Long Covid May Cause Face Blindness
03/20/2023 - Strong Evidence That Covid Jumped From Animals To Humans, Claims Report
03/22/2023 - China approves first home-grown mRNA Covid vaccine
03/30/2023 - UK Parliamentarian Who Travelled On Train With Covid Faces Suspension
04/06/2023 - "We Need To Know": WHO Says China Has More Covid Origin Data
04/08/2023 - Covid Caused Brain Damage In 2 Babies Who Contracted Virus In Womb: Study
04/10/2023 - After More Than 3 Years, Joe Biden Ends US Covid Emergency Status
04/13/2023 - A Fresh, But Mild, Covid Wave Is Rippling Through Asia
04/16/2023 - "Era Has Passed": Beijing Subway Drops Mandatory Covid Mask Rule
04/17/2023 - Man Uses AI To Create Virtual Version Of Grandmother Who Died Of Covid
04/19/2023 - 67 Million Children Missed Out On Vaccines Because Of Covid: UNICEF
04/20/2023 - Delhi Court Asks Staff, Lawyers To Wear Masks As Covid Cases Rise
04/27/2023 - China includes 'Covid war' in history textbook
05/02/2023 - Fang Bin: China Covid whistleblower returns home to Wuhan after jail
05/04/2023 - Covid: China tourism rebounds above pre-pandemic levels
05/05/2023 - Covid No Longer A Global Health Emergency: World Health Organisation
05/05/2023 - Covid global health emergency is over, WHO says
05/05/2023 - US FDA recalls over 500,0000 Covid tests over bacteria risk
05/09/2023 - The end of the covid emergency
05/15/2023 - New Study Claims Where You Live Makes You More Susceptible To Long Covid
05/19/2023 - US Teen Thought She Had Brain Fog Due To Long Covid, It Was Dementia
05/23/2023 - Covid Still Kills One Person Every Four Minutes
05/25/2023 - China Battles New Covid Wave, May See 65 Million Cases Weekly: Report
05/30/2023 - Covid: Top Chinese scientist says don’t rule out lab leak
06/01/2023 - Rishi Sunak Refuses To Hand Over WhatsApp Texts To UK's Covid Inquiry
06/05/2023 - Jacinda Ardern Receives Top Honour For Service During Covid, Mosque Attack

Jacinda Ardern Receives Top Honour For Service During Covid, Mosque Attack

Published: 06/05/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Ms Ardern was named "Dame Grand Companion," the second highest honour in New Zealand

Rishi Sunak Refuses To Hand Over WhatsApp Texts To UK's Covid Inquiry

Published: 06/01/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Rishi Sunak's administration refused a demand from the UK's Covid-19 inquiry to hand over former Prime Minister Boris Johnson's WhatsApp messages and pandemic diaries.

Covid: Top Chinese scientist says don’t rule out lab leak

Published: 05/30/2023 in BBC News - World

The man who led China's pandemic response says inquiries into its origins should consider everything.

China Battles New Covid Wave, May See 65 Million Cases Weekly: Report

Published: 05/25/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The Chinese authorities are rushing to push out vaccines to combat an ongoing new wave of the coronavirus that is expected to peak in June and infect as many as 65 million people a week.

Covid Still Kills One Person Every Four Minutes

Published: 05/23/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

After more than three years, the global Covid emergency is officially over.

US Teen Thought She Had Brain Fog Due To Long Covid, It Was Dementia

Published: 05/19/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Initially, Gianna Cabo's brain fog was thought to be a symptom of long Covid because she had been severely ill with coronavirus in June 2020.

New Study Claims Where You Live Makes You More Susceptible To Long Covid

Published: 05/15/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The research is based on an analysis of the data of more than 200,000 working-age adults from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) in the UK.

The end of the covid emergency

Published: 05/09/2023 in National

The covid public health emergency is ending this week after more than three years. Today on “Post Reports,” health reporter Dan Diamond breaks down what this means for our day-to-day lives and our future pandemic preparedness.

US FDA recalls over 500,0000 Covid tests over bacteria risk

Published: 05/05/2023 in BBC News - World

The FDA said the liquid solution in some Pilot COVID-19 At-Home Tests may pose safety concerns.

Covid global health emergency is over, WHO says

Published: 05/05/2023 in BBC News - World

Covid-19 global health emergency is over, more than three years after being declared - WHO says

Covid No Longer A Global Health Emergency: World Health Organisation

Published: 05/05/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

COVID-19 no longer represents a global health emergency, the World Health Organization said on Friday.

Covid: China tourism rebounds above pre-pandemic levels

Published: 05/04/2023 in BBC News - World

Domestic travel in the country jumped sharply during the five-day May Day break.

Fang Bin: China Covid whistleblower returns home to Wuhan after jail

Published: 05/02/2023 in BBC News - World

Fang Bin was one of several "citizen journalists" who reported from the epicentre of the pandemic.

China includes 'Covid war' in history textbook

Published: 04/27/2023 in BBC News - World

History textbooks for Chinese students have mentioned the country's pandemic response for the first time.

Delhi Court Asks Staff, Lawyers To Wear Masks As Covid Cases Rise

Published: 04/20/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The Chief Justice of Delhi High Court on Thursday instructed all staff members, litigants and lawyers to wear a mask and avoid being gathered in groups while in court premises.

67 Million Children Missed Out On Vaccines Because Of Covid: UNICEF

Published: 04/19/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Some 67 million children partially or fully missed routine vaccines globally between 2019 and 2021 because of lockdowns and health care disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the United Nations said Wednesday.

Man Uses AI To Create Virtual Version Of Grandmother Who Died Of Covid

Published: 04/17/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Mr Wu said he shared a deep bond with his grandmother, as she was the one who raised him after his parents divorced.

"Era Has Passed": Beijing Subway Drops Mandatory Covid Mask Rule

Published: 04/16/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing's subway has dropped mandatory mask requirements for travellers, local media reported on Sunday, days after a Chinese health expert said the threat of COVID-19 to humans is no longer at a serious level.

A Fresh, But Mild, Covid Wave Is Rippling Through Asia

Published: 04/13/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

A number of Asian nations are reporting an uptick in Covid-19 infections as the region treats the virus as endemic, with the fresh wave exerting limited pressure on health-care systems.

After More Than 3 Years, Joe Biden Ends US Covid Emergency Status

Published: 04/10/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden on Monday officially ended the Covid national health emergency that for more than three years underpinned extraordinary efforts to provide care for a country where more than a million people died from the disease.

Covid Caused Brain Damage In 2 Babies Who Contracted Virus In Womb: Study

Published: 04/08/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

US Researchers on Thursday reported what they believe are the first two confirmed cases of babies born with brain damage as a result of the COVID-19 virus crossing into their mothers' placenta.

"We Need To Know": WHO Says China Has More Covid Origin Data

Published: 04/06/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The World Health Organization said Thursday it was sure that China had far more data that could shed light on the origins of Covid, demanding that Beijing immediately share all relevant information.

UK Parliamentarian Who Travelled On Train With Covid Faces Suspension

Published: 03/30/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Margaret Ferrier undertook the train journey in September 2020 in the early stages of the pandemic.

China approves first home-grown mRNA Covid vaccine

Published: 03/22/2023 in BBC News - World

China's labs have spent years trying to create an mRNA vaccine - its own shots were less effective.

Strong Evidence That Covid Jumped From Animals To Humans, Claims Report

Published: 03/20/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

A new analysis of samples taken from a market in Wuhan, China during the early days of the pandemic are the strongest evidence yet that the Covid-19 virus jumped from animals to humans, some researchers say.

New Study Suggests Long Covid May Cause Face Blindness

Published: 03/20/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Long COVID-19 infections may cause some people to develop prosopagnosia, otherwise known as "face blindness", according to a new study.

Joe Biden Signs Law Declassifying Intel On Covid Origin And Wuhan Link

Published: 03/20/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden on Monday signed into law a bill requiring the release of intelligence materials on potential links between the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and a laboratory in the Chinese city of Wuhan.

Credit Suisse Crisis: Archegos, Covid Breach And Other Scandals

Published: 03/20/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Credit Suisse was a pillar of Swiss banking that rapidly collapsed, its foundations fatally undercut by repeated missteps that left it shaky when storms in the banking sector began swirling.

Unidentified Covid Variant Detected In Israel. All You Need To Know

Published: 03/17/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

A new variant of COVID-19 has been found in Israel. The unidentified variant was detected in two people who had travelled abroad, reported Israeli newspaper Haaretz quoting the Israel health ministry.

Study Links Covid Origins To Racoon Dogs Sold In China Seafood Market

Published: 03/17/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

An international team of experts has found evidence suggesting that the virus might have spread from infected raccoon dogs being illegally sold at a seafood market in China's Wuhan.

China reopening borders to foreign tourists for first time since Covid erupted

Published: 03/14/2023 in BBC News - World

The move marks a major easing of travel curbs in place since the start of the Covid pandemic.

Viruses Hiding Out in Patients Hold Long Covid Answer

Published: 03/13/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Tracking microbes through a malodorous network of sewer lines led virologist Marc Johnson to the source of unusual coronavirus mutants.

WHO's Latest Message On Covid Origin 3 Years Since It Declared Pandemic

Published: 03/12/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Discovering the origins of COVID-19 is a moral imperative and all hypotheses must be explored, the head of the World Health Organization said, in his strongest comments yet that the UNbody remains committed to finding how the virus arose.

New York City Rats Can Carry Covid Variants, New Study Finds

Published: 03/11/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Rats collected in the study tested positive for alpha, delta and omicron variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

3 Years On, It's Clear Covid Won't Fix Itself. What We Need To Focus On

Published: 03/10/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

On March 11 2020 the World Health Organization classified COVID as a pandemic. Three years on, it remains just that.

Covid origins investigation: US House of Representatives holds first hearing

Published: 03/08/2023 in BBC News - World

The panel, formed by a new Republican majority, is aiming to establish how the coronavirus emerged.

Argentine-developed Covid vax ready to move on to trial phase

Published: 03/08/2023 in MercoPress

The ARVAC Cecilia Grierson vaccine was named after the first Argentine female physician Argentine researchers are about to complete de development of the "ARVAC Cecilia Grierson" Covid-19 vaccine, which is why volunteers are needed for the 2/3 trial phase, it was reported in Buenos Aires. The new drug is expected to be cleared by mid-2023.

US Set To Lift Covid Curbs On Travellers From China: Report

Published: 03/07/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

he United States is set to end on Friday mandatory COVID-19 tests for travelers from China, joining other countries in dropping the requirements, a source briefed on the matter told Reuters.

A mile-long line for free food offers a warning as covid benefits end

Published: 03/04/2023 in National

Surging demand for food donations in Kentucky foreshadows what may be in store for millions as a pandemic-triggered increase in monthly food stamp benefits ends.

Top Scientist Behind Russia's Covid Vaccine "Strangled": Report

Published: 03/04/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Andrey Botikov, one of the scientists who helped to create the Russian COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V, was strangled to death with a belt at his apartment here and police have arrested a suspect in connection with the murder.

All Covid Origin Theories On The Table: WHO After US's China Lab Claim

Published: 03/03/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The WHO on Friday urged all countries to reveal what they know about the origins of Covid-19, following US claims of a Chinese lab leak and furious denials from Beijing.

Covid origin: Why the Wuhan lab-leak theory is so disputed

Published: 03/01/2023 in BBC News - World

The claim Covid-19 leaked from a Chinese laboratory dates from early in the pandemic. Here's what we know.

"Classified" Report Says Covid Likely Caused By China Lab Leak: FBI Chief

Published: 02/28/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

FBI Director Christopher Wray said on Tuesday the agency has assessed that a leak from a laboratory in Wuhan, China, likely caused the COVID19 pandemic. "The FBI has for quite

Covid: FBI chief Christopher Wray says China lab leak 'most likely'

Published: 02/28/2023 in BBC News - World

Christopher Wray says the FBI has "for quite some time" settled on a potential lab incident in Wuhan.

White House Clarifies Stance On Covid Origin, Day After Lab Leak Claim

Published: 02/27/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

White House said that President Joe Biden made trying to find the origins of COVID a priority right when he came into the office. And he's got a whole-of-government effort designed to do that, he said.

China should be honest on Covid origin, says US envoy

Published: 02/27/2023 in BBC News - World

Beijing hits back that the outbreak's origin is "about science and should not be politicised".

Origin Of Covid "Shouldn't Be Politicised": China On Lab-Leak Theory

Published: 02/27/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

China on Monday rejected a new US report that claims the Covid-19 virus may have leaked from a bio laboratory in Wuhan, saying the origins-tracing of the pandemic "is about science and should not be politicised."

China Covid Surge Has 'Basically' Ended, But Not Completely Over

Published: 02/23/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Health authorities in China said on Thursday the country's COVID-19 epidemic has "basically" ended, but it is not completely over as it found seven imported cases of the highly-transmissible XBB.1.5 variant since Jan. 8.

UK's Queen Consort Camilla Tests Positive For Covid

Published: 02/13/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The 75-year-old wife of King Charles III was said to be suffering from a "seasonal" illness, but a positive Covid test has led to all her engagements for the week now being cancelled.

Grieving a daughter's Covid death in Wuhan - while being surveilled

Published: 02/11/2023 in BBC News - World

Yang Min has demanded "justice" for her daughter, who died of Covid in China three years ago.

Tamilians In Singapore Celebrate Thaipusam After 2 Years Of Covid Curbs

Published: 02/05/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The Tamil community in Singapore celebrated their annual Hindu festival of Thaipusam with pomp and fanfare on Sunday, after a two-year hiatus following the pandemic restrictions.

No Jobs For Migrant Workers Due To China's Zero Covid Policy: Report

Published: 02/05/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

China lifted the 'Zero Covid' policy hoping it would give their citizens relief but it didn't go well with migrant workers as they have to search for new jobs after being affected by the stringent regulations, Voice Against Autocracy reported.

2,351 Insurance Claims Of Rs 50 Lakh Each Settled For Covid Health Workers

Published: 02/03/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

So far, 2,351 claims of Rs 50 lakh each have been settled under the insurance scheme for health workers fighting COVID-19, Minister of State for Health Bharati Pravin Pawar told the Lok Sabha on Friday.

Hong Kong Offers 500,000 Free Flights After Covid Isolation

Published: 02/02/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong is ready to welcome the world back, its leader said Thursday, pledging more than half a million free flights and positive publicity to resurrect the once-vibrant global hub after three years of Covid-enforced isolation.

Covid Still An International Emergency, Says WHO

Published: 01/30/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Three years to the day after the World Health Organization sounded the highest level of global alert over Covid-19, it said Monday the pandemic remains an international emergency.

Covid in China: Officials say current wave is 'coming to an end'

Published: 01/30/2023 in BBC News - World

Authorities say the death toll has peaked, and there's been no case spike during Lunar New Year.

Lunar New Year Boosts Chinese Tourism As Covid Curbs End

Published: 01/27/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Almost a quarter more domestic Chinese tourism trips have been made during this year's Lunar New Year holiday, while cross-border travel more than doubled in the first six days of the week-long break following the end of strict COVID-19 curbs.

Japan To Drop Masking Guidelines, Relax Covid Policy

Published: 01/27/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Japan's government will drop its recommendation to wear masks indoors and downgrade its medical classification for Covid-19, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said Friday.

US Probes Risk Of Stroke From Pfizer Covid Vaccine Booster Dose

Published: 01/27/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Earlier this month, US health officials said they had detected the possible link to ischemic strokes in people over age 65 who received the newer booster shots.

World Has No Faith In Covid Figures Released By China: Report

Published: 01/26/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

There is great skepticism about the Covid data released by China and the World Health Organization (WHO) recently accused it of underplaying the seriousness of the pandemic by concealing the true nature of the situation

China Says Covid Deaths Down By 80% In New Year

Published: 01/25/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

A wave of virus cases has washed over the world's most populous nation since Beijing abruptly ended its zero-Covid policy last month.

Chinese Travellers Rushing To Hong Kong For mRNA Covid Vaccines: Report

Published: 01/12/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Scores of mainland Chinese travellers are rushing to Hong Kong to receive mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, which are not available on the Chinese mainland, as the country grapples with a torrent of infections that have overwhelmed its health system.

Satellite Pics Show Crowds At China Crematoriums Amid Covid Spike: Report

Published: 01/11/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Satellite images of a number of Chinese cities have captured crowding at crematoriums and funeral homes, amid the Covid surge across the country after Beijing lifted severe pandemic restrictions, reported The Washington Post.

China Worries About Infecting Elderly As Holiday Travel Spreads Covid

Published: 01/11/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

People in China worried on Thursday about spreading COVID-19 to aged relatives as they planned returns to their home towns for holidays that the World Health Organization warns could inflame a raging outbreak.

"Total Mess" In China As Covid Wave Decimates Poorest Areas

Published: 01/10/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Exhausted doctors working overtime, tests and treatments nowhere to be found, and under-resourced clinics inundated with patients -- in Anhui, one of east China's poorest provinces, Covid hit hard.

China Covid Cases Not Expected To "Significantly Impact" Europe: WHO

Published: 01/10/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The World Health Organization said on Tuesday it did not expect a surge of Covid-19 cases in China to "significantly impact" the situation in Europe.

China blocks S Korea and Japan visas over Covid

Published: 01/10/2023 in BBC News - World

Beijing called S Korean restrictions on Chinese visitors unacceptable and has now retaliated.

In Rural China, Not Testing For COVID Becomes The Norm: Report

Published: 01/10/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Health experts and countries such as the United States and Japan have expressed concern over how the virus is largely unchecked across China.

China Suspends Short-Term Visas For South Koreans Over Covid Travel Curbs

Published: 01/09/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The Chinese embassy in South Korea has suspended the issue of short-term visas for South Korean visitors, it said on Tuesday, the first retaliatory move against nations imposing COVID-19 curbs on travellers from China.

Thailand Reverses Covid Vaccination Entry Rule For Visitors

Published: 01/09/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Thailand has rescinded an entry policy announced at the weekend requiring visitors to show proof of a COVID-19 vaccination, its health minister said on Monday, citing sufficient immunisation levels in China and globally.

China Covid: More than 88 million people in Henan infected, official says

Published: 01/09/2023 in BBC News - World

Some 89% of people in Henan province have been infected but visits to clinics have peaked.

Chinese Rush To Renew Passports After Covid Border Curbs Lifted

Published: 01/09/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

People joined long queues outside immigration offices in Beijing on Monday, eager to renew their passports after China dropped Covid border controls that had largely prevented its 1.4 billion residents from travelling for three years.

89% Infected With Covid In China's Third Most-Populous Province: Official

Published: 01/09/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Almost 90 percent of people in China's third most populous province have now been infected with Covid-19, a top official said Monday, as the country battles an unprecedented surge in cases.

China Says "Life Is Moving Forward" In New Phase Of Covid Response

Published: 01/08/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

China braced for a "new phase" in its battle against COVID-19 on Monday and financial markets strengthened after Beijing dropped pandemic border controls in the latest easing of curbs that has let the virus loose on its 1.4 billion population.

China reopens borders to tourists after three years of Covid closure

Published: 01/08/2023 in BBC News - World

It comes as the world's largest annual migration event, Lunar New Year, begins.

Protestors Clash With Police At Covid Antigen Kit Factory In China

Published: 01/08/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Protesters clashed with police in central China during a demonstration on Saturday by hundreds of people at a factory producing COVID-19 antigen kits, several videos posted to social media showed.

"Felt Like Fever Dream": 'Zero Covid' Ends, China Set For Homecoming Rush

Published: 01/07/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

China's long-awaited border reopening - the final step in its dismantling of Covid Zero - is set to spark a homecoming rush for many diaspora, though a full rebound in travel is likely to take longer.

China suspends social media accounts of Covid policy critics

Published: 01/07/2023 in BBC News - World

Social media platform Weibo says it acted over personal attacks against Chinese Covid experts.

Xi Jinping Calls China's Covid policy "Well Thought-Out": Report

Published: 01/06/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Chinese President Xi Jinping defended his COVID-19 policy in his public address on the occasion of the new year, calling it "rational and well-thought-out."

China Covid: Young people self-infect as fears for elderly grow

Published: 01/06/2023 in BBC News - World

Cases are surging as the country reopens after the sudden reversal of three years of restrictions.

China Subjected Covid Protesters To Intense Surveillance, Interrogation

Published: 01/05/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The Chinese protesters who demonstrated against the zero-Covid policy were subjected to intense surveillance measures and aggressive interrogations in police custody, reported Cate Cadell and Christian Shepherd in The Washington Post.

40% Of Chinese Infected With Covid In Last Month: Report

Published: 01/05/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

As many as 40 per cent of the Chinese population was infected by COVID-19 over the past month amid the rising number of cases in the country, Asia Times reported, citing medical experts.

China Covid: Celebrity deaths spark fears over death toll

Published: 01/05/2023 in BBC News - World

News of public figures' deaths has sparked speculation about greater losses than officials have reported.

'Kraken', The New Covid Variant And Why It's Causing Concern

Published: 01/05/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

A new Covid variant that was first detected last year has quickly become the dominant strain in the US - and picked up a creepy moniker along the way.

China Under-Representing Covid Deaths, Concealing Data, Says WHO

Published: 01/05/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

China said it had been open in sharing coronavirus data with the World Health Organization, countering criticism that it hasn't provided enough information about the Covid surge within its borders.

WHO Says China Reported Nearly 220,000 New Covid Cases In 2023

Published: 01/05/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported 218,019 new weekly COVID-19 cases as of January 1, the World Health Organization in its weekly report said, as the country is battling a surge in the cases of the virus.

Desperate China Families Turn To Black Market For Covid Medicines

Published: 01/05/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Desperate families searching for critical Covid-19 medication in China, faced with bare pharmacy shelves and an explosion of cases, are being driven into murky online marketplaces rife with price gouging and fraud.

China Covid: EU officials 'strongly' urge testing for travel

Published: 01/04/2023 in BBC News - World

Travel in and out of China gets easier from Sunday, as it moves away from its zero-Covid strategy.

EU Recommends Pre-Flight Covid Testing Of Passengers From China

Published: 01/04/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

EU countries are "strongly encouraged" to demand Covid tests from passengers coming from China, a crisis meeting of European Union experts decided Wednesday.

China Covid: WHO warns about under-representing Covid deaths

Published: 01/04/2023 in BBC News - World

The health body says it is worried about the risk to life and again urges Beijing for better data.

Current Numbers "Under-Represent True Impact" Of Covid In China: WHO

Published: 01/04/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The World Health Organization criticized Wednesday China's "very narrow" definition of Covid deaths, warning that official statistics were not showing the true impact of the outbreak.

China Convinced Of "Final Victory" Over Covid As World Awaits Virus Data

Published: 01/03/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Global health officials tried to determine the facts of China's raging COVID-19 outbreak and how to prevent a further spread as the government's mouthpiece newspaper on Wednesday rallied citizens for a "final victory" over the virus.

US Says Covid Tests For China Travellers Based On "Science"

Published: 01/03/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States said Tuesday that the requirement of Covid tests for travelers from China was based on science and due to Beijing's lack of transparency on surging cases.

China Covid: Beijing criticises 'political' rules for its tourists

Published: 01/03/2023 in BBC News - World

As China opens its borders, countries around the world have announced testing for arrivals.

EU Offers China Free Vaccines Amid Covid Surge

Published: 01/03/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The European Union has offered free COVID-19 vaccines to China, the EU executive said on Tuesday, as infections there surged following Beijing's relaxation of its "zero-COVID" policies.

China Media Plays Down Covid Severity As WHO Seeks Details On Outbreak

Published: 01/03/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

State media in China played down the severity of a surge of COVID-19 infections ahead of an expected briefing on Tuesday by its scientists to the World Health Organization, which is hoping for a "detailed discussion" on the evolution of the virus.

China Slams Covid Rules For Nationals Abroad, Warns Of "Countermeasures"

Published: 01/03/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

China on Tuesday condemned fresh Covid test requirements by around a dozen countries on passengers travelling abroad from its territory, warning it could take "counter measures" in response.

70 Per Cent Of China's Shanghai Infected With Covid: Top Doctor

Published: 01/03/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

A senior doctor at one of Shanghai's top hospitals has said 70 per cent of the megacity's population may have been infected with Covid-19 during China's huge surge in cases, state media reported Tuesday.

Autopsies Show Covid Virus Lingers In Brain For Months: Study

Published: 01/03/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The SARS-CoV-2 virus spreads throughout the body, including the brain, and lingers for almost eight months, shows an analysis of tissue samples from the autopsies of people who died due to COVID-19.

Share Specific, Real-Time Info On Covid Situation, WHO Tells China

Published: 01/02/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The World Health Organization on Friday once again urged China's health officials to regularly share specific and real-time information on the COVID-19 situation in the country, as it continues to assess the latest surge in infections.

Why China's Latest Covid Wave Has Sparked Global Panic

Published: 01/02/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

China is experiencing a huge Covid-19 surge after years of hardline containment restrictions were dismantled last month.

China Arrivals In UK Next Week Won't Face Compulsory Covid Tests: Report

Published: 01/02/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Passengers from China who arrive in the United Kingdom next week will not face compulsory COVID-19 tests on arrival, The Independent reported on Monday.

Elephants: Covid and ethics reshape Thailand's tourism industry

Published: 01/02/2023 in BBC News - World

Covid-19 and ethical concerns are drastically reshaping the industry in Thailand.

These Countries Have Imposed Fresh Covid Rules On Chinese Travellers

Published: 01/01/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Around a dozen countries have slapped fresh travel regulations on travellers from China, as the world's most populous nation faces a surge in Covid cases following its decision to relax strict virus restrictions.

Flyers From China Now Face Covid Restrictions From Over A Dozen Countries

Published: 01/01/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Travellers from China now face restrictions when entering more than a dozen countries as concern grows over its surge in Covid-19 cases, with Australia the latest to demand a negative test before arrival.

Chinese Authorities, State Media Seek To Reassure People Over Covid

Published: 01/01/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Thousands of Chinese took to the streets to mark the New Year as authorities and state media sought to reassure the public that the COVID-19 outbreak sweeping across the country was under control and nearing its peak.

New Year: Countries around the world celebrate after Covid lull

Published: 01/01/2023 in BBC News - World

People toasted 2023 around the world, with many gathering for the first time in three years.

Australia Makes Covid Negative Report Mandatory For Arrivals From China

Published: 12/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia on Sunday became the latest country to demand travellers from China provide a negative Covid-19 test before arrival, citing a "lack of comprehensive information" from Beijing about the country's wave of cases

"Light Of Hope...": Xi's New Year Address To China Amid Covid Spike

Published: 12/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

President Xi Jinping said Saturday the "light of hope is right in front of us" as China faces an explosion of Covid-19 cases after an abrupt lifting of restrictions.

Covid Deaths Hit 9,000 Per Day In China, Finds UK-Based Firm: Report

Published: 12/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Deaths attributed to Covid in China have increased to 9,000 people per day, according to a data firm, reported news.com.au, an Australia-based publication.

"Tough Challenges Remain" In China's Fight Against Covid: Xi Jinping

Published: 12/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's President Xi Jinping on Saturday acknowledged that the current wave of COVID-19 sweeping across the country has "entered a new phase" and "tough challenges remain".

Up To 70% Of Those Under 19 Globally Susceptible To Covid: Study

Published: 12/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Fifty to 70 per cent "children" below 19 years globally were susceptible to the SARS-CoV-2 infection by the end of 2021 and before the Omicron wave, showing a need for more effective vaccines and better vaccination coverage, according to a study.

World Readies To Welcome 2023 Amid Shadow Of Covid, Russia-Ukraine War

Published: 12/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The world's eight billion people on Saturday prepared to usher in 2023 and farewell a turbulent 12 months marked by war in Europe, stinging price rises and Lionel Messi's world cup glory.

UK To Require Negative Covid Tests For Travellers From China

Published: 12/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The UK has joined a growing list of countries, including India, to introduce curbs on travellers from China amid a surge in coronavirus cases in the country after Chinese authorities relaxed the strict "zero-COVID" rules.

WHO Urges China To Provide More Data, Regular Updates On Covid Situation

Published: 12/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The WHO once again urged China's health officials to regularly share specific and real-time information regarding the COVID-19 situation in the country, including more genetic sequencing data and data on hospitalizations and deaths.

Covid in China: WHO calls on Beijing to strengthen its response

Published: 12/30/2022 in BBC News - World

As Covid surges in China, the WHO meets Chinese officials and calls for more real-time data.

France Latest Nation To Impose Covid Tests On Travellers From China

Published: 12/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

France on Friday joined a growing list of nations imposing Covid tests on travellers from China, after Beijing dropped foreign travel curbs despite surging cases -- and amid questions about its data reporting.

China Covid: Spain, South Korea, and Israel tighten rules

Published: 12/30/2022 in BBC News - World

Spain, South Korea, and Israel tighten rules for Chinese arrivals, amid a surge in cases in China.

After Criticism, Chinese Officials Discuss Covid Situation With WHO

Published: 12/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's health officials on Friday discussed with the WHO experts on the current massive surge of the COVID virus in the country after the organisation's chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus asked Beijing to share more information.

US's Latest Move As It Doubts Chinese Data Over Covid Surge: Report

Published: 12/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As COVID-19 infections surge in China, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is considering sampling wastewater taken from international aircraft to track any emerging new variants, the agency told Reuters.

Covid: Why are some places testing Chinese arrivals?

Published: 12/29/2022 in BBC News - World

Beijing is finally opening its borders - but some countries are wary of a Covid threat.

WHO Says Concern Over China Covid Surge "Understandable"

Published: 12/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Restrictions some countries have introduced in response to China's Covid-19 surge are "understandable", given the lack of information from Beijing, the head of the World Health Organization said Thursday.

Caring With Covid: Infected Doctors In China Battle Virus Surge

Published: 12/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Doctors working despite being infected, beds filled with dozens of elderly straining to breathe -- on the front lines of China's worst-ever Covid outbreak, hospitals are struggling.

More Risk Of New Covid Variants As Cases Spike In China, Warn Experts

Published: 12/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

An explosion of Covid-19 cases in China as the country lifts its zero-Covid measures could create a "potential breeding ground" for new variants to emerge, health experts warn.

Covid In 2023: Why Virus Trends Are More Difficult To Predict 3 Years On

Published: 12/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

In 2020, we knew very little about the novel virus that was to become known as COVID-19. Now, as we enter 2023, a search of Google Scholar produces around five million results containing the term.

How The World Is Reacting To Covid Spike In China

Published: 12/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Several places around the world have imposed curbs on travellers from China amid a COVID-19 surge after Beijing relaxed strict "zero-COVID" measures.

After US, UK May Impose Covid Curbs On Arrivals From China: Report

Published: 12/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The UK will consider on Thursday imposing COVID-19 restrictions for arrivals from China, including requiring tests for the coronavirus, the Telegraph reported.

Australia Says No Change To Covid Rules Regarding Travellers From China

Published: 12/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia is making no change to its rules around allowing travellers from China into the country, despite measures by some countries to require mandatory COVID-19 tests, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said on Thursday.

Covid in China: Countries tighten rules as tourism set to resume

Published: 12/28/2022 in BBC News - World

China is opening its borders after three years - but as Covid cases surge, other countries are wary.

China's Covid Pivot Sparks Fears Worldwide

Published: 12/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing's sudden pivot away from containing Covid-19 has caused jitters around the world, with the United States saying it may restrict travel from China following its decision to end mandatory quarantine for overseas arrivals.

Hong Kong to scrap almost all its Covid rules

Published: 12/28/2022 in BBC News - World

The Chinese city once had some of the toughest restrictions in the world, but is now opening up.

China Covid: US considers restrictions on Chinese arrivals

Published: 12/28/2022 in BBC News - World

Japan and India have already announced tighter measures as China finally reopens its borders.

India Covid: Experts say people don't need to panic over China coronavirus surge

Published: 12/27/2022 in BBC News - World

A surge in Covid-19 cases in China creates a sense of fear among Indians about a fourth wave.

Covid in China: People rush to book travel as borders finally reopen

Published: 12/27/2022 in BBC News - World

But Chinese tourists will not have unfettered access to all countries - as some impose restrictions.

North Korea's Weapons Programme Defies Covid Outbreak

Published: 12/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea forged ahead with its missile programme in 2022 and took steps toward resuming testing of nuclear bombs, as world events including the COVID pandemic and war fractured the already tenuous...

Jubilant Chinese Rush To Plan Trips Abroad With Covid Quarantine To End

Published: 12/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

People in China reacted with joy and rushed to plan trips abroad Tuesday after Beijing said it would scrap mandatory Covid quarantine for overseas arrivals that will end almost three years of...

Chinese Public Shows Mixed Emotions About Covid Zero Ending

Published: 12/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's public has mixed emotions about Covid Zero coming to a sudden end, with some people expressing relief and planning their first trips abroad in three years while others worry about the spread...

Sudden Covid Outbreaks Show "Lack Of Efficacy" Of Chinese Vaccines: Report

Published: 12/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's sudden COVID-19 outbreaks "demonstrate a lack of effectiveness of its vaccines", prompting global concerns, particularly in nations where Beijing's vaccines have been accepted, Tibet Press...

Chinese Plan Trips, Book Overseas Flights As Last Zero Covid Curb Removed

Published: 12/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Chinese reacted with joy and rushed to book flights overseas Tuesday after Beijing said it would scrap mandatory Covid quarantine for overseas arrivals, ending almost three years of self-imposed...

China Reopens Borders To World In Removing Last Covid Zero Curbs

Published: 12/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China will no longer subject inbound travellers to quarantine from January 8, putting the country on track to emerge from three years of self-imposed global isolation under a Covid Zero policy that...

China To Distribute Pfizer Vaccine In Beijing As Covid Cases Surge: Report

Published: 12/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As Covid cases in China continue to rise, Beijing will soon start distributing Pfizer's Covid-19 drug Paxlovid to the community health centres in forthcoming days, CNN reported citing state media on...

China to end Covid quarantine for foreign arrivals

Published: 12/26/2022 in BBC News - World

The measure, to take effect from 8 January, is part of China's about-turn on its zero-Covid policy.

Xi Jinping Urges Steps To "Protect" Lives As China Lifts Covid Curbs

Published: 12/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged officials to take steps to "feasibly protect people's lives", in his first remarks on Covid since Beijing dramatically loosened hardline containment measures...

Amid Millions Of New Infections, China Learns To Live With Covid

Published: 12/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Mask-wearing Beijing and Shanghai commuters crowded subway trains on Monday as China's two biggest cities edged closer to living with COVID-19 even as frontline medical workers scrambled to cope with...

"The ICU Is Full": China Hospitals Scramble To Cope With Covid Tsunami

Published: 12/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

In more than three decades of emergency medicine, Beijing-based doctor Howard Bernstein said, he has never seen anything like this.

China's Economy Is Showing Increasing Strain From The Covid Tsunami

Published: 12/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's economy continued to slow in December as the massive Covid-19 outbreak spread across the country, with activity slumping as more people stay home to try and avoid getting sick or to recover.

China Cities' Covid Estimates Suggest Infections May Peak in January

Published: 12/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China is seeing Covid spreading unabated across the country, with cities and provinces reporting hundreds of thousands of daily infections surpassing the official national tally and predicting that...

China Calls On Blood Donors Amid Shortage As Covid Cases Rise: Report

Published: 12/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Multiple regions across China have called on residents to actively donate blood under strict personal protection guidelines as they face a shortage of blood caused by many factors, including the...

This Chinese City Is Reporting 1 Million Covid Cases Every Day

Published: 12/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's Zhejiang, a big industrial province near Shanghai, is battling around a million new daily COVID-19 infections, a number expected to double in the days ahead, the provincial government said on...

China To Stop Publishing Daily Covid Cases Amid Fresh Surge

Published: 12/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's National Health Commission, which for the past three years or so has published daily COVID-19 case figures for the country, said it will no longer release such data from Sunday.

Crematoriums In China Fill Up Amid Rise In Covid Cases: Report

Published: 12/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise at a meteoric pace in China, crematoriums throughout the country are getting packed and people are forced to wait for hours to get their loved ones cremated,...

Amid Covid Surge, China Says Medicines In "Adequate Supply"

Published: 12/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Amid a rise in COVID-19 cases, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said that they have "expanded production capacity" of medical supplies amid reports of a shortage of fever and cold drugs medicines.

Bethlehem sees Christmas tourism boost after two-year Covid hiatus

Published: 12/24/2022 in BBC News - World

Thousands are expected to visit the Palestinian town, where the economy was badly hit by lockdowns.

Shanghai Residents Told To Stay At Home On Christmas As Covid Cases Surge

Published: 12/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai authorities urged residents to stay at home this weekend, seeking a toned-down Christmas in the nation's most populous city as COVID-19 rages nationwide after tough curbs were lifted.

This Chinese City Is Reporting Half A Million Covid Cases Every Day

Published: 12/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Half a million people in a single Chinese city are being infected with Covid every day, a senior health official has said, in a rare and quickly censored acknowledgment that the country's wave of...

In Our "Profound Interest" That China Reins In Covid Surge, Says US

Published: 12/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

It is in America's "profound interest" that China reins in the recent surge in coronavirus infections, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said, asserting that there are major implications if the...

"Died Too Quickly": China's Hospitals Overflow Amid Covid Surge

Published: 12/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

"Deceased, deceased," a staffer in full protective gear shouted as she handed a nurse a death certificate, their hospital in central China overflowing with Covid patients.

China Expecting Peak In Covid Cases Within A Week

Published: 12/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China is expecting a peak in COVID-19 infections within a week, a health official said, with authorities predicting extra strain on the country's health system even as they downplay the disease's...

China Takes Over Medical Supplies Across Country Amid Covid Surge

Published: 12/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China has requisitioned medical supplies production across the country as millions struggle to obtain basic drugs and testing kits in the face of a surge in Covid-19 cases.

China Had No "Zero Covid" Exit Plan. Now Residents Paying The Price

Published: 12/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

After years of enforcing harsh measures to stamp out the coronavirus, President Xi Jinping's abrupt abandonment of zero-COVID in the face of protests and a widening outbreak has left China scrambling...

US Urges China To Share Info On Covid Outbreak As It Spreads Rapidly

Published: 12/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Thursday called on China to share information on its Covid outbreak, saying its surging caseload had impacted the world, and he renewed an offer to share US...

China's New Covid Hospitalisations Absent From WHO's Latest Reports

Published: 12/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The World Health Organization has received no data from China on new COVID-19 hospitalisations since Beijing lifted its zero-COVID policy, prompting some health experts to question whether it might be...

China Is Likely Seeing 1 Million Covid Cases, 5,000 Deaths A Day: Report

Published: 12/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China is likely experiencing 1 million Covid infections and 5,000 virus deaths every day as it grapples with what is expected to be the biggest outbreak the world has ever seen, according to a new...

Variant Behind China Covid Surge, Also Found In India, Has These Symptoms

Published: 12/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Rising Covid cases in China are mainly driven by the BF.7 strain of Omicron variant of coronavirus, which has been detected in India too. Numbers may be small but here is why the government is...

Elderly Patients Fill Hospitals In China's Cities Amid Covid Outbreak

Published: 12/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Elderly patients lined the wards of hospitals in major cities in China Thursday as the country battled a wave of Covid cases.

Covid Surge Rampages Through Shanghai Virtually Unchecked

Published: 12/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Months after Shanghai endured a brutal lockdown to stop the spread of Covid, the virus is starting to make its way virtually unchecked through the megacitys 25 million population.

China Covid Surge Could Be As Worrying As India's Delta Wave: Experts

Published: 12/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The tsunami of Covid-19 that's taking hold across China is spurring concern that a dangerous new virus variant could emerge for the first time in more than a year, just as genetic sequencing to catch...

Chinese Cities Distribute Free Fever Drugs As Covid Cases Rise

Published: 12/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Cities in China began distributing free anti-fever drugs to the public, as COVID-19 sweeps through the world's most populous country largely unchecked for the first time after an abrupt shift in the...

WHO Chief "Very Concerned", Advises China To Step Up Covid Vaccinations

Published: 12/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The head of the World Health Organization on Wednesday said he was "very concerned" about an unprecedented wave of Covid cases in China, as the health body urged Beijing to accelerate vaccination of...

Fleeing China's Covid lockdowns for the US - through a Central American jungle

Published: 12/21/2022 in BBC News - World

Fed up with lockdowns and Xi's policies, some Chinese citizens are taking a perilous journey to escape.

As New Covid Variant Threatens China, Expert Cites India's Example

Published: 12/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The tsunami of Covid-19 that's taking hold across China is spurring concern that a dangerous new variant could emerge for the first time in more than a year, just as genetic sequencing to catch such a...

Amid Covid Surge, China May Cut Down On Quarantine For Incoming Travellers

Published: 12/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China may take steps to cut down on quarantine time for incoming travellers amid a massive Covid surge that has rung alarm bells across the world.

India steps up Covid surveillance after China surge

Published: 12/21/2022 in BBC News - World

The government has instructed states to ensure genome sequencing of all positive cases in the country.

Hearses Queue At Beijing Crematorium Despite No New Covid Deaths In China

Published: 12/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Dozens of hearses queued outside a Beijing crematorium on Wednesday, even as China reported no new COVID-19 deaths in its growing outbreak, sparking criticism of its virus accounting as the capital...

Three Covid Waves To Hit China In Winter, Predict Experts

Published: 12/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Is the Chinese government losing control over COVID-19 management as the cases continue to increase in China? Epidemiologists predict at least three waves of the virus to hit the country during...

Beijing Braces For Spike In Severe Covid Cases Amid International Concern

Published: 12/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing faces a surge in severe COVID-19 cases over the next two weeks, a respiratory expert said, amid global concerns over possible mutations and knock-on effects for the world economy after the...

China Says No New Covid Deaths Reported After Changing Criteria

Published: 12/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China said Wednesday that not a single person had died of the Covid-19 the previous day, after changing the criteria for recording virus deaths to mean most are no longer counted.

Ros Atkins on... China’s Covid surge

Published: 12/20/2022 in BBC News - World

As China deals with a new Covid wave, Ros Atkins looks at why it’s hard to assess its scale.

China Covid: Five deaths under country's new counting method

Published: 12/20/2022 in BBC News - World

China has been experiencing a surge in Covid cases after restrictions were eased earlier this month.

China Lifting Covid Lockdown Could Kill Upto 2.1 Million People: Report

Published: 12/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Between 1.3 and 2.1 million lives could be at risk if China lifts its zero-COVID policy given low vaccination and booster rates as well as a lack of hybrid immunity, according to London-based global...

China To Only Count Covid Deaths Due To "Respiratory Failures": Report

Published: 12/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China on Tuesday said only Covid-19 deaths from "respiratory failures" will be included in the official death count, as the country witnessed a massive spike in infections fuelled by new variants of...

"22 Cremations A Day", Rising Obits: China Sees Wave Of Covid Deaths

Published: 12/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China appears to be seeing an increase in Covid deaths across a swath of the country that aren't being reported in government figures, according to social media posts.

Lemons Are In Demand As China Fights Huge Covid Surge

Published: 12/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Business is suddenly booming for China's lemon farmers as citizens turn to natural remedies to fight a mounting wave of Covid infections.

Crematoriums Across China Struggle Amid Increase In Covid Cases

Published: 12/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Crematoriums across China told AFP Tuesday they were straining to deal with an influx of bodies, as the country battles a wave of Covid cases that authorities have admitted is impossible to track.

World Fears A New Wave Of China's Covid, Ponders How To Help Xi Jinping

Published: 12/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Officials and global health experts outside China are anxiously watching a COVID-19 surge there, worried a nation of 1.4 billion people is inadequately vaccinated and may not have the healthcare...

China Boosts Medical Infrastructure As Covid Surge Sparks Fears Abroad

Published: 12/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Cities across China scrambled to install hospital beds and build fever screening clinics on Tuesday as the United States said Beijing's surprise decision to let the virus run free was a concern for...

US Says China's Current Covid Situation Is Global Concern

Published: 12/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States hopes that China can address the current COVID-19 outbreak as the toll of the virus is a global concern due to the size of the Chinese economy, State Department spokesperson Ned...

China Megacity's New Work Rule For Covid Patients Marks Big U-Turn

Published: 12/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

People with Covid-19 symptoms in one of China's largest cities can now go to work "as normal", state media reported Monday, a dramatic reversal in a country where a single case could previously send...

China Officially Reports First Covid Deaths Since Easing Zero Covid Policy

Published: 12/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China officially reported on Monday its first COVID-related deaths since the government began dismantling strict anti-virus controls earlier this month, feeding anxiety that this could be the start of...

China Covid: Health expert predicts three winter waves

Published: 12/18/2022 in BBC News - World

The country is currently facing a spike in cases after restrictions were eased earlier this month.

China's Cities Battle 1st Wave Of Covid Surge As Wider Spread Looms

Published: 12/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Streets in major Chinese cities were eerily quiet on Sunday as people stayed home to protect themselves from a surge in COVID-19 cases that has hit urban centres from north to south.

Shanghai schools to go online as Covid spreads in China

Published: 12/17/2022 in BBC News - World

The easing of strict lockdown measures has led to growing concerns over the spread of Covid in China.

China May See Over 1 Million Covid Deaths Through 2023, Predicts New Model

Published: 12/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's abrupt lifting of stringent COVID-19 restrictions could result in an explosion of cases and over a million deaths through 2023, according to new projections from the US-based Institute of...

Beijing Reports First Covid Deaths As China Eases Curbs

Published: 12/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Two former Chinese state media journalists have died in the capital Beijing in recent days due to COVID-19, local media reported today, among the first reported fatalities since most epidemic control...

"Worked To The Bone": Crematoriums In Beijing Buckle Under Covid Wave

Published: 12/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Workers at Beijing crematoriums said Friday they are overwhelmed as China faces a surge in Covid cases that authorities warn could hit its underdeveloped rural hinterland during upcoming public...

Fla. pastor, son scammed $8 million in covid aid to buy Disney home, feds say

Published: 12/15/2022 in National

Evan and Josh Edwards falsely said their ministry employed nearly 500 people and had a monthly payroll above $2.7 million on their application, authorities say.

China Administers Over A Million Vaccine Doses A Day As Covid Cases Rise

Published: 12/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China raced to vaccinate its most vulnerable people on Thursday in anticipation of waves of COVID-19 infections, with some analysts expecting the death count to soar after a loosening of strict...

WHO Plans To End Covid, Mpox Emergencies In 2023

Published: 12/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The World Health Organization said Wednesday it hopes that Covid-19 and Mpox will no longer be public health emergencies in 2023 as both diseases end their most dangerous phase.

Lower Growth Forecast "Very Likely" For China Amid Covid Spike: IMF Chief

Published: 12/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A lower growth forecast is "very likely" for China this year and next, with easing Covid-19 restrictions bringing a surge in infections and temporary difficulties, IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva said.

China Covid: 'Panic-buying' and shortages as restrictions are eased

Published: 12/14/2022 in BBC News - World

People in China are rushing to buy medicines, foods and other items amid reports of shortages.

"Impossible To Track": China's Covid Numbers No Longer Reflect Reality

Published: 12/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's top health body the true scale of coronavirus infections in the country is now "impossible" to track, with officials warning cases are rising rapidly in Beijing after the government abruptly...

China Says Tracking Covid Cases 'Impossible' As Infections Soar

Published: 12/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The true scale of Covid-19 infections in China is now "impossible" to track, the country's top health body said Wednesday, as officials warned of a rapid spread in Beijing after the country abruptly...

2nd Covid Booster Shot For High-Risk Groups, Elderly In China

Published: 12/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's National Health Commission (NHC) will roll out the second COVID-19 vaccine booster shots for high-risk groups and elderly people over 60 years old, it said in a statement on Wednesday.

Hong Kong Lifts Curbs On Travellers, Shuts Down Covid App

Published: 12/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Arrivals in Hong Kong from Wednesday will no longer receive an 'amber' code barring them from some venues, Chief Executive John Lee said, while dropping use of a government-mandated COVID-19 mobile...

China Sees Rise In Covid Cases As Its Strict Policy Eases

Published: 12/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Covid cases are surging in the Chinese capital, officials said Monday, as the country navigates a rapid turn away from its zero-tolerance coronavirus strategy.

Elon Musk's Attacks On Biden's Covid Advisor Is "Disgusting": White House

Published: 12/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The White House condemned Monday the call by billionaire Elon Musk for Anthony Fauci, the US infectious disease expert who is a hate figure for many on the right, to be prosecuted over his handling of...

China to de-activate national Covid tracking app

Published: 12/12/2022 in BBC News - World

It's a further sign that Beijing is moving away from its controversial zero-Covid strategy.

China Businesses Face Fresh Worries As Covid Fears Keep People At Home

Published: 12/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Infections are delivering a fresh kick in the teeth for many small businesses in China's central city of Wuhan, despite the easing of most stringent

Elon Musk Slams Biden's Covid Response Advisor Anthony Fauci In Tweet

Published: 12/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Elon Musk on Sunday targeted America's outgoing top infectious disease official and key advisor of the US response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Anthony Fauci, in a viral tweet that sparked backlash.

China's Big Move In Easing Zero-Tolerance Covid Strategy

Published: 12/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China said Monday it would retire an app used to track Covid-19 contacts, a milestone in the country's rapid turn away from its zero-tolerance coronavirus strategy.

China's Daily Covid Cases Fall To 8,838, Days After Curbs Eased

Published: 12/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported 8,838 new COVID-19 infections for December 11, of which 2,240 were symptomatic and 6,598 were asymptomatic, the National Health Commission said on Monday.

Beijing's Covid Gloom Deepens As China Relaxes Curbs After Protests

Published: 12/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing's COVID-19 gloom deepened on Sunday with many shops and other businesses closed, and an expert warned of many thousands of new coronavirus cases as anger over China's previous COVID policies...

Nobel Awards To Take Place In Sweden With Full Glitz After Covid

Published: 12/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Nobel laureates congregated in the Swedish capital Stockholm on Saturday for the first fully in-person award ceremonies complete with a formal banquet since the COVID-19 pandemic that curtailed events...

Caution And Resentment In China's Wuhan Despite Ease In Covid Curbs

Published: 12/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

In the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak nearly three years ago and where thousands died, residents cautiously greeted a relaxation of lockdown measures by authorities this...

Fauci slams ‘lowlife’ trolls harassing his wife, children over covid

Published: 12/09/2022 in National

Anthony S. Fauci, a public face of the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, said he's alarmed by the harassment of his wife and children.

Protesters Fear Retribution As China Eases Covid Curbs

Published: 12/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Late last month, Shanghai resident Pei was one of many people who came out in support of historic protests against China's COVID-19 curbs, including filming several seconds of footage of a man being...

"Nightmares Of Writhing Black Snakes": Extended Misery For Covid Survivors

Published: 12/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Three-quarters of survivors of critical Covid illness develop post-intensive care syndrome - a constellation of brain, lung and other physical problems - within three months of discharge.

Rapper who boasted he ‘got rich’ off covid relief sentenced to prison

Published: 12/08/2022 in National

Federal agents identified Fontrell Antonio Baines after he rapped about committing pandemic-related relief fraud in lyrics in a YouTube music video.

Apple Supplier Foxconn Pushed China To Ease Covid Restrictions: Report

Published: 12/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Apple supplier Foxconn's founder-director Terry Gou had warned China that the government's zero-COVID stance would threaten the position of the world's second-largest economy in the global supply...

Li Wenliang: Chinese pour hearts out on Covid martyr's page

Published: 12/08/2022 in BBC News - World

Thousands of people are leaving emotional comments on hero Wuhan doctor Li Wenliang's online page.

King Visits Gurdwara: Charles Lauds 'Langar', Sikh Community's Covid Work

Published: 12/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

With photos and videos, social media posts by royal family said King Charles met volunteers who run the Luton Sikh Soup Kitchen Stand

China Rejoices As Government Eases Covid Curbs After Weeks Of Protests

Published: 12/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China announced on Wednesday the most sweeping changes to its tough anti-COVID regime since the pandemic began three years ago, loosening rules that curbed the spread of the virus but had hobbled the...

China rolls back coercive Covid rules after protests

Published: 12/07/2022 in BBC News - World

Officials say people with asymptomatic or mild cases will no longer have to go to quarantine centres.

China Announces Loosening Of Covid Curbs, Days After Rare Protests

Published: 12/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China on Wednesday announced a broad loosening of Covid restrictions, saying some positive cases can now quarantine at home and scaling down mandatory PCR testing requirements.

In China, People Rush To Buy Fever Drugs As Covid Curbs Likely To Be Eased

Published: 12/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Tired of being cooped up to comply with China's strict anti-COVID rules, people awaited clarity on an easing of restrictions that could be announced as soon as Wednesday, while the more cautious...

From Underground Restaurants To Secret Bars: Beijing Dodges Covid Curbs

Published: 12/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Dining in underground restaurants, drinking in secretive bars spread by word-of-mouth, and hiding their Covid symptoms -- some Beijing residents are defying strict curbs.

"If You Touch Us...": Students Protest Campus Lockdown In China Over Covid

Published: 12/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Students have staged a protest against a coronavirus lockdown at a university in eastern China as authorities across the country take baby steps away from their hardline zero-Covid policy.

Beijing Drops Covid Negative Report Requirement After Rare Protests

Published: 12/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's capital Beijing dropped the need for people to show negative COVID tests to enter airport,supermarkets and offices on Tuesday.

Chinese Hacking Team 'Winnti' Stole US Covid Relief Worth Millions

Published: 12/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Chinese hackers have stolen tens of millions of dollars worth of U.S. COVID relief benefits since 2020, the Secret Service said on Monday.

China Covid: Xi's face-saving exit from his signature policy

Published: 12/05/2022 in BBC News - World

If you want to know what the government's plan is, look at what it does rather than what it says.

China May Announce 10 New Steps To Ease Covid Curbs On Wednesday: Report

Published: 12/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China may announce 10 new COVID-19 easing measures as early as Wednesday, two sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters, supplementing 20 unveiled in November that set off a wave of...

Australia PM Anthony Albanese Tests Covid Positive

Published: 12/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said he had tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday afternoon and would work from home in isolation.

Covid Was Man-Made Virus, Says Wuhan Lab Scientist In New Book

Published: 12/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

In what appears to be an astonishing revelation, a US-based scientist, who worked at a controversial research lab in China's Wuhan, has said that COVID-19 was a "man-made virus" that leaked from the...

Covid Confusion In China Over Easing Of Curbs

Published: 12/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A patchwork easing of the world's toughest COVID-19 curbs sowed confusion across China on Monday, spurring hopes for more clarity as officials shift their tone on the dangers posed by the coronavirus...

After Covid Pandemic, Canada Now Faces "Tridemic": Report

Published: 12/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's healthcare systems are overwhelmed with 'tridemic' a triple threat of Covid, influenza & respiratory syncytial virus as an unprecedented number of patients are infected with viruses forcing...

China's Shanghai Eases Some Covid Curbs After Protests

Published: 12/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Authorities in China's financial hub of Shanghai will from Monday scrap some testing requirements in the country's latest relaxing of its strict zero-Covid policy following nationwide protests .

Beijing, Other Chinese Cities Remove Covid Testing Booths, Ease Travel Curbs

Published: 12/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing residents cheered the removal of COVID-19 testing booths while Shenzhen followed other cities in announcing it would no longer require commuters to present their test results to travel, as an...

"Don't Get Too Riled Up": Fear Of Crackdown Plagues China's Covid Protests

Published: 12/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As a large Beijing street protest against strict COVID curbs reached a climax late last Sunday, several protesters shouted the unspeakable for China's

Despite New Covid Cases, Chinese Cities Reopen Shops, Scale Back Testing

Published: 12/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

On the ground, however, some communities in Beijing and elsewhere have already allowed close contacts of people carrying the virus to quarantine at home, while some shopping malls in the capital have...

China Reports Slight Dip In Daily Covid Count, 34,980 New Cases Recorded

Published: 12/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported 34,980 new COVID19 infections on Thursday, of which 4,278 were symptomatic and 30,702 were asymptomatic, the National Health Commission said on Friday.

US Warns China Of "Grave Consequences" Over Crackdown On Covid Protests

Published: 12/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A bipartisan group of more than 40 US senators warned China on Thursday against any violent crackdown on protests there, saying it would do "extraordinary damage" to the US

China Covid Lockdowns Shut Delivery Workers Out Of Their Homes

Published: 12/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Overworked, underpaid and thoroughly fed up, Wang's troubles deepened even further when authorities abruptly locked down the delivery driver's Beijing apartment block earlier this month.

China signals ease in Covid policy after mass protests

Published: 12/01/2022 in BBC News - World

Dozens of districts in major cities have now begun lifting lockdown measures despite high case numbers.

China Covid: Unrest continues in Guangzhou as lockdown anger grows

Published: 11/30/2022 in BBC News - World

Protesters hurled debris and glass at police in the latest expression of anger at zero-Covid rules.

Twitter Stops Policing Covid Misinformation Under CEO Elon Musk

Published: 11/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Twitter said it has stopped enforcing a policy intended to prevent the spread of Covid misinformation, as new owner Elon Musk -- who has clashed previously with US officials over pandemic safety rules...

Ros Atkins on... China's crackdown on Covid protests

Published: 11/29/2022 in BBC News - World

The BBC's Ros Atkins looks at how authorities have clamped down on protests against Covid measures.

EU Chief Heads To China Amid Protests Against Covid Lockdowns

Published: 11/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

EU chief Charles Michel set off for Beijing on Tuesday, maintaining plans to meet President Xi Jinping despite the turmoil of large-scale protests in major Chinese cities against Covid lockdowns.

China Warns Of "Crackdown" After Major Protests Against Covid Restrictions

Published: 11/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's top security body called for a "crackdown" against "hostile forces" on Tuesday, after a weekend of protests in major cities opposing Covid lockdowns and demanding greater political freedoms.

China plans 'crackdown' after Covid protests

Published: 11/29/2022 in BBC News - World

Warnings of a crackdown come as Chinese health officials vow to reduce the inconvenience caused by Covid.

New South Wales scraps tens of thousands of Covid fines

Published: 11/29/2022 in BBC News - World

A Supreme Court decision deems the fines invalid after they were challenged for being "too vague".

"Biden's Monitoring, We All Are": US On China Covid Unrest

Published: 11/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden is monitoring unrest in China by protesters demanding an end to Covid lockdowns and greater political freedoms, the White House said Monday, as rallies popped up in solidarity...

Australia To Withdraw Or Refund Fines Issued During Covid Pandemic

Published: 11/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia's largest state will withdraw or refund tens of thousands of fines issued during the COVID pandemic after government lawyers conceded on Tuesday that some fines were invalid in a test case...

China Covid: How five dramatic days of protests unfolded

Published: 11/28/2022 in BBC News - World

After a deadly fire in a locked down building, people are demanding an end to Covid restrictions.

China Covid: Heavy police presence after days of protests

Published: 11/28/2022 in BBC News - World

Demonstrations over Covid restrictions that erupted at the weekend now appear to have died down.

China Covid: Chinese TV censors shots of maskless World Cup fans

Published: 11/28/2022 in BBC News - World

As anti-lockdown protests rock China, state TV tries to hide a world moving on from Covid.

China Covid: BBC journalist detained by police during protests

Published: 11/28/2022 in BBC News - World

Ed Lawrence was beaten and arrested by Shanghai police while covering anti-government rallies.

After Deadly Fire, China Eases Covid Curbs In Xinjiang

Published: 11/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's western Xinjiang region eased some Covid restrictions in its capital Urumqi on Monday, after a deadly fire in the city blamed on virus controls sparked protests across the country.

China Covid protests: Fury and fear of virus puts Xi Jinping in a bind

Published: 11/28/2022 in BBC News - World

For three years the patience of one billion Chinese was stretched with lockdowns - now it's snapped.

Chinese police: Delete photos or face arrest at Shanghai Covid protest site

Published: 11/28/2022 in BBC News - World

Authorities are stopping anyone taking photos at the Shanghai Covid protest site.

Next Covid Strain Could Be Worse, Says A Lab Report

Published: 11/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A South African laboratory study using Covid-19 samples from an immunosupressed individual over six months showed that the virus evolved to become more pathogenic, indicating that a new variant could...

China's Abrupt Covid Curbs Force Delivery Drivers To Jump Lockdown Fences

Published: 11/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Officials in the Chinese capital have doubled down on the country's hallmark zero-Covid policy in recent weeks, one of an array of cities to impose sweeping shutdowns, mass testing and teleworking...

"Xi, Step Down": Protests Intensify In China Over Strict Covid Curbs

Published: 11/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's censors were working Monday to extinguish signs of rare, social media-driven protests that flared across major cities over the weekend calling for political freedoms and an end to Covid...

Xi's China Cracks Down As Deadly Fire Sparks Protests Against Covid Curbs

Published: 11/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Demonstrations against stringent Covid measures in China have sprung up in several cities as state censors were working Monday to extinguish signs of rare, social media-driven protests.

China Reports Another Daily Record Of Covid Cases As Protests Intensify

Published: 11/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported a fifth straight daily record of 40,347 new COVID-19 infections on November 27, of which 3,822 were symptomatic and 36,525 were asymptomatic, the National Health Commission said on...

China Police Assaulted Journalist At Shanghai Covid Protest: Report

Published: 11/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The BBC said on Sunday that Chinese police assaulted and detained one of its journalists covering a protest in Shanghai, before later releasing him after several hours.

In Chinas Wuhan, Where Covid Outbreak Began, Hundreds Protest On Streets

Published: 11/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hundreds of people protested in Wuhan in central China on Sunday, livestreams showed, as demonstrations against the country's strict zero-Covid policy broke out across the country.

Chinese TV Cuts Maskless World Cup Scenes As Covid Protests Mount: Report

Published: 11/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's state broadcaster is cutting close-up shots of maskless fans at the Qatar World Cup, after early coverage sparked anger at home where street protests have erupted over harsh Covid-19...

China Covid Protests Live Updates: Hundreds Take To Streets In Cities

Published: 11/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hundreds of people took to the streets in Beijing and Shanghai on Sunday to protest against China's zero-Covid policy in a rare outpouring of public anger against the state.

Blank Paper New Symbol Of Defiance In China's Covid Protests. Here's Why

Published: 11/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Chinese protesters have turned to blank sheets of paper to express their anger over COVID-19 restrictions in a rare, widespread outpouring of public dissent that has gone beyond social media to some...

Covid protests widen in China after Urumqi fire

Published: 11/26/2022 in BBC News - World

Videos on social media appear to show some protesters asking leader Xi Jinping to resign.

China Building Fire That Killed 10 Sparks Protests Against Zero Covid Plan

Published: 11/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Protests simmered in Shanghai early on Sunday, as residents in several Chinese cities, many of them angered by a deadly fire in the country's far west, pushed back against heavy COVID-19 curbs nearly...

China Sees Nearly 40,000 Covid Cases In New Record For 4th Straight Day

Published: 11/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported a record high of 39,791 new COVID-19 infections on November26, of which 3,709 were symptomatic and 36,082 were asymptomatic, the National Health Commission said on Sunday.

Covid hospitalized him for 453 days. Now he’s home for the holidays.

Published: 11/26/2022 in National

Dub Crochet was hospitalized through more than a year's worth of milestones and holidays before emerging from the hospital this month

China Xinjiang: Urumqi rocked by Covid lockdown protests after deadly fire

Published: 11/26/2022 in BBC News - World

Urumqi residents confronted officials amid claims Covid restrictions stopped people escaping a blaze.

China Reports Over 30,000 New Daily Covid Cases For 3rd Straight Day

Published: 11/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported a high number of COVID-19 cases on Friday, setting a record for daily infections, for the third day in a row, media reports said.

Over 6 Million In Covid Lockdown In China's 'iPhone City' After Clashes

Published: 11/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China has ordered six million people into lockdown in a city where violent protests broke out at an iPhone factory over Covid isolation policies and working conditions.

China Covid: Record number of cases as virus surges nationwide

Published: 11/24/2022 in BBC News - World

Cases are increasing across the country with the virus now present in 31 different provinces.

China Orders Covid Lockdown In City After Violent iPhone Factory Protests

Published: 11/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A central Chinese city home to a vast iPhone factory has ordered an effective Covid lockdown for several districts, after violent protests that saw demonstrators clash with police erupted at the...

With Over 30,000 Cases, China's Daily Covid Tally Hits Record High: Report

Published: 11/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's daily Covid cases have hit a record high since the beginning of the pandemic, official data showed Thursday, as the country works to curb the spread with snap lockdowns, mass testing and...

China Covid: Angry protests at world's biggest iPhone factory

Published: 11/23/2022 in BBC News - World

Videos shared online appear to show riot police clashing with protesters at a factory in Zhengzhou.

Now, Measles "An Imminent Global Threat" Due To Covid Pandemic: WHO

Published: 11/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

There is now an imminent threat of measles spreading in various regions globally, as COVID-19 led to a steady decline in vaccination coverage and weakened surveillance of the disease, the World Health...

Rapper Ice Cube Says he Lost $9 Million Deal For Saying No To Covid Shot

Published: 11/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Ice Cube clarified that he didn't actually "turned down" the role, but was forced out of the project for refusal to get vaccinated.

China Covid: Angry protests at giant iPhone factory in Zhengzhou

Published: 11/23/2022 in BBC News - World

Videos show workers marching, with some being confronted by people in hazmat suits and riot police.

Formula 1: Chinese GP to be cancelled because of the country's Covid policies

Published: 11/22/2022 in BBC News - World

Formula 1 is set to cancel the 2023 Chinese Grand Prix because of the country's Covid policies, BBC Sport has learned.

Record Covid Cases In Beijing As China Outbreak Spirals

Published: 11/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's capital Beijing posted a record number of new Covid cases on Tuesday, with the city hunkering down under a tightening chokehold of restrictions that have sent schools online, closed many...

China reports first Covid deaths in six months amid strict zero-cases policy

Published: 11/21/2022 in BBC News - World

Three deaths have been reported in Beijing where cases have been rising despite China's strict zero-Covid policy.

China's Beijing Reports Over 300 New Covid Cases, Enforces Travel Curbs

Published: 11/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing city reports 316 new local COVID cases for the 15 hours to 3 p.m. on Monday, a city official said during a briefing.

Several Beijing Districts Shut Schools As Covid Cases Rise In China

Published: 11/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Students in schools across several Beijing districts buckled down for online classes on Monday after officials called for residents in some of its hardest-hit areas to stay home, as COVID cases in...

China Records 1st Covid Death In 6 Months

Published: 11/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported its first death from COVID-19 in six months on Sunday as it contends with a rising outbreak despite stringent measures to eliminate infections.

US Climate Envoy John Kerry Tests Positive For Covid At COP27

Published: 11/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

U.S. Special Climate Envoy John Kerry has tested positive for COVID-19 at the COP27 climate summit in Egypt, but continues to work by phone, the State Department said on Friday.

Covid Pandemic Led To Surge In "Superbug Infections": EU's Disease Agency

Published: 11/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Infections from some antibiotic-resistant pathogens known as superbugs have more than doubled in health care facilities in Europe, an EU agency said on Thursday, providing further evidence of the...

China zero Covid: Violent protests in Guangzhou put curbs under strain

Published: 11/15/2022 in BBC News - World

Anger boils over in the industrial city of Guangzhou, exposing cracks in Xi Jinping's signature policy.

Uruguay's Vaccine Committee summoned to rule on need for new Covid booster dose

Published: 11/15/2022 in MercoPress

It will soon be time to go back to practicing medicine, Salinas said Uruguayan Health Minister Daniel Salinas Monday announced the Vaccine Committee had been convened to decide on a possible booster against COVID-19. He also reviewed his plans to leave his post next year.

Cambodian Prime Minister Tests Covid Positive After Hosting ASEAN Summit

Published: 11/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said Tuesday he had tested positive for Covid-19, after hosting over a dozen world leaders including US President Joe Biden at a summit.

China Reports 16,072 New Covid Cases, Highest In Recent Outbreak

Published: 11/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing and several other major cities in China reported record COVID19 infections on Monday, putting authorities under more pressure to quell outbreaks quickly while also

Days After Curbs Relaxed, China Records 14,288 New Daily Covid Cases

Published: 11/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported 14,288 new Covid cases on Saturday, with the pace of infection rising even as the nation's top health officials began refining rules around control of the virus.

Cruise ship with 800 Covid cases docks in Sydney

Published: 11/11/2022 in BBC News - World

The mass outbreak started to be detected on the Majestic Princess halfway through its 12-day voyage.

China Covid: Beijing eases some curbs despite rising cases

Published: 11/11/2022 in BBC News - World

Mandatory quarantine is slightly reduced as public resentment bubbles away over the strict rules.

Covid Vaccination Improves Efficacy Of Cancer Treatment, Says Study

Published: 11/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Researchers were concerned that Covid vaccine would reduce the effectiveness of drugs used to treat nasopharyngeal cancer, a type of throat cancer, but a new study shows the opposite.

China Eases Covid Restrictions, Cuts Quarantine Period For Travellers

Published: 11/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China on Friday announced the relaxation of some of its hardline Covid-19 restrictions, cutting the quarantine period for inbound travellers.

Indian Charged In US For $8 Million Covid Relief Fraud Scheme

Published: 11/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

An Indian national in the US has been charged with a USD 8 million COVID-19 relief fraud scheme and faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison if convicted, according to court documents.

China Won't Relax Covid Measures But Will Keep Improving Them: Expert

Published: 11/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China will not relax its COVID-19 measures but will keep improving them according to the changing epidemic situation and mutation of the virus, a disease expert said.

British Researchers Cure Man Who Had Covid For Over 400 Days

Published: 11/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The healthcare experts were stunned and started investigating how this happened for so long.

Meta Doubled Staff To Over 87,000 In 2 Years, Saw Covid As Growth Time

Published: 11/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Facebook's parentMeta, which has now laid off around 11,000 employees,hired more than that in 9 months this year alone

He jokingly compared covid to a zombie apocalypse. An arrest followed.

Published: 11/08/2022 in National

Waylon Bailey posted a joke comparing the pandemic to a zombie apocalypse. He was arrested — something he claims is a civil rights violation in a lawsuit.

India-Made Drug Shown To Treat Heart Damage Caused By Covid Protein: Study

Published: 11/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A drug developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) may reverse the heart damage caused by a protein in the SARS-CoV-2 virus, a study conducted in fruit flies and mice has...

Despite Grinding Lockdowns, China's Covid Cases At Six-Month High

Published: 11/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported its highest daily Covid caseload in six months Monday, despite grinding lockdowns that have heavily disrupted manufacturing, education and day-to-day life.

Apple: iPhone shipments delayed over China Covid lockdown

Published: 11/06/2022 in BBC News - World

Tech giant warns customers to expect longer wait times for its new iPhone line due China's Covid lockdown.

Production Hit At World's Largest iPhone Factory After Covid Surge

Published: 11/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Apple said Covid restrictions have "temporarily impacted" production at Foxconn's vast iPhone factory in central China, after a surge in cases led the Taiwanese tech giant to lock down the world's...

Apple Warns Of Lower IPhone Shipments Due To Chinese Covid Restrictions

Published: 11/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Apple Inc on Sunday said it expects lower iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone Pro Max shipments than previously anticipated as COVID-19 restrictions temporarily disrupt production at an assembly facility in...

How To Exercise If You're Recovering From Long Covid

Published: 11/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A significant proportion of people who contract COVID are left with ongoing symptoms, commonly termed "long COVID".

Man From Ohio Attacks Asian American Student, Blames Him For Covid

Published: 11/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The man approached the student on a Cincinnati sidewalk and made racist slurs towards the victim.

China May Soon Cut Covid Quarantine For Inbound Travellers: Report

Published: 11/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China may soon shorten COVID-19 quarantine requirements for inbound travellers from the current 10 days to seven or eight days, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday.

China Planning To Lift Covid Flight Restrictions: Report

Published: 11/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China is working on a plan to end a system that banned individual flights for bringing in passengers infected with the COVID-19 virus, Bloomberg News reported on Friday, citing people familiar with...

Workers Recount Covid Horror At World's Largest iPhone Factory

Published: 11/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Zhang Yao recalls the moment he realised something had gone deeply wrong at the Chinese mega-factory where he and hundreds of thousands of other workers assembled iPhones and other high-end...

UK Researchers Cure Man Who Had Covid For 411 Days

Published: 11/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

British researchers announced Friday they have cured a man who was continually infected with Covid for 411 days by analysing the genetic code of his particular virus to find the right treatment.

Pfizer-BioNTech To Test Combined Vaccine For Covid, Flu

Published: 11/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Pfizer-BioNTech said Thursday they will test a combined coronavirus and influenza vaccine, which could potentially pave the way for better inoculation uptake for both illnesses.

Five Patients Are Helping Doctors Crack The Long Covid Mystery

Published: 11/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

One felt her heart would explode out of her chest, another lost her ability to speak, and three others experienced unrelenting fatigue that left them confined to a bed, a bath or a wheelchair for much...

China Covid: Panic and fear drove iPhone factory breakout

Published: 11/02/2022 in BBC News - World

Workers at the plant in Zhengzhou, China, thought they were going to be part of a huge Covid experiment.

Father Slams China's Covid Curbs Over Son's Death That Sparked Anger

Published: 11/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The father of a 3-year-old boy who died on Tuesday from carbon monoxide poisoning in northwest China said strict COVID-19 policies "indirectly killed" his son by causing delays obtaining treatment.

Day of the Dead: Celebrations return in full to Mexico after Covid restrictions

Published: 11/02/2022 in BBC News - World

Annual celebrations of lives of the departed are held in full for the first time since 2019.

China Covid: Lockdown delayed potentially lifesaving treatment for sick boy, father says

Published: 11/02/2022 in BBC News - World

A Chinese father tells the BBC how Covid measures prevented his son from being seen in time.

China Covid: Area around world's biggest iPhone plant locked down

Published: 11/02/2022 in BBC News - World

The move may have an impact on production of the new iPhone 14, which is made at Foxconn's factory.

Shanghai Disneyland Shuts Doors, Locking Visitors Inside After Covid Scare

Published: 11/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As per The Hollywood Reporter, The Walt Disney Co.'s flagship Disney resort closed its doors on Monday, with all guests at the time of the announcement required to stay inside the park until they...

Shanghai Disney: Video shows crowds trapped in Covid lockdown at theme park

Published: 10/31/2022 in BBC News - World

Authorities say visitors will not be allowed out of the theme park until they show a negative Covid test.

Covid Was "More Likely Than Not" A Result Of Lab-Related Incident: Report

Published: 10/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The COVID-19 pandemic was "more likely than not, the result of a research-related incident," according to an interim report, released by the minority oversight staff of the US Senate Committee on...

Workers Flee China's Largest iPhone Factory After Covid Lockdown

Published: 10/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Scores of workers at the world's largest iPhone factory in central China have fled after a Covid-19 surge shut down production and saw operator Foxconn lockdown the facility.

Shanghai Disney: Visitors unable to leave without negative Covid test as park shuts

Published: 10/31/2022 in BBC News - World

Rides are continuing to operate for those trapped inside The Happiest Place on Earth.

Fresh COVID curbs in China hit iPhone production, shut Shanghai Disney

Published: 10/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Rising case numbers from numerous outbreaks across China have prompted a tightening of local curbs and lockdowns, including in parts of big cities such as the southern metropolis of Guangzhou, as the...

Workers Jump Fences To Escape Covid Lockdown At China Factory: Report

Published: 10/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Since Saturday, photographs and videos circulating on Chinese social media appeared to show Foxconn workers returning home, trekking across fields during the day and along roads at night.

Apple: Chinese workers flee Covid lockdown at iPhone factory

Published: 10/30/2022 in BBC News - World

Video shared online shows people jumping a fence to escape the plant, owned by Foxconn, in Zhengzhou.

Taiwan Holds First LGBTQ Pride March Since Covid Pandemic

Published: 10/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Tens of thousands braved downpours in Taiwan on Saturday to celebrate as the island staged its first LGBTQ Pride rally since fully reopening its border.

China Covid: Millions back in lockdown as Beijing doubles down on zero-Covid

Published: 10/27/2022 in BBC News - World

Dozens of cities across the country have been affected by varying degrees of restrictions.

China Covid: Videos emerge of rare protests in Tibet

Published: 10/27/2022 in BBC News - World

Clips on social media show hundreds protesting in one of the most tightly-guarded places in China.

AstraZeneca Covid Jab Linked To Higher Risk Of Rare Blood Clot, Finds Study

Published: 10/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine has been linked to a 30-percent higher risk of getting a very rare blood clotting condition compared to the Pfizer jab, a large international study said on Thursday.

Even Mild Covid Is Linked To Higher Risk of Deadly Blood Clots: Study

Published: 10/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Covid-19 at any level of severity is linked to an increased risk of dangerous blood clots that start in patients' veins and travel to the heart, lungs and other parts of the body, according to a UK...

WHO Says "Not A Time To Relax" As Covid, Flu Cases Rise In Europe

Published: 10/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As winter approaches, the World Health Organization on Monday stressed the importance of staying vigilant as cases of Covid and influenza rise in Europe, encouraging more people to get vaccinated.

Spain lifts final Covid rules for UK travellers

Published: 10/21/2022 in BBC News - World

British holidaymakers will no longer have to provide Covid or vaccination status to get into Spain.

India vaccine maker destroys 100 million doses of expired Covid jab

Published: 10/21/2022 in BBC News - World

Vaccine maker Serum Institute of India said the doses had expired due to falling demand.

China Covid: The politics driving the hellish lockdowns

Published: 10/20/2022 in BBC News - World

Parts of Beijing are now being locked down as China's Communist Party holds a historic Congress.

China anger over death of girl, 14, sent to Covid quarantine

Published: 10/20/2022 in BBC News - World

Footage of the teenager visibly ill have sparked anger online - relatives say pleas for help were ignored.

China May Relax A Major Covid Rule For Visitors: Report

Published: 10/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Chinese officials are debating whether to reduce the amount of time people coming into the country must spend in quarantine, according to people familiar with the discussions, as the country's Covid...

Hong Kong May Let Bankers Who Get Covid Exit on Private Jets

Published: 10/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong is considering concessions including allowing attendees to leave the city via private jet should they test positive for Covid.

Beijing Steps Up Covid Measures After Cases "Quadruple": Report

Published: 10/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's capital, Beijing, has dialled up measures to stop COVID, strengthening public checks and locking down some residential compounds after a quadrupling of its caseload in recent weeks, just as a...

High Hopes For Nasal Covid Vaccines Despite "Disappointing" Trial

Published: 10/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Nasal vaccines could still be a powerful future weapon in the fight against Covid-19 despite "disappointing" recent trial results for an AstraZeneca spray, experts say.

Donald Trump Aides Blocked Accurate Covid Information: US Probe

Published: 10/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Former US president Donald Trump's administration prevented health officials from providing accurate information about Covid-19 in a bid to back up his overly optimistic view of the outbreak,...

Covid Defence, "Use Of Force" In Taiwan: Xi Jinping's Top 5 Quotes

Published: 10/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

President Xi Jinping today kicked off China's five-yearly Communist Party Congress with a wide-ranging speech defending Beijing's zero-Covid approach and reasserting its ambition to absorb Taiwan. Xi...

Put "People First" In Covid Pandemic: China's Xi At Key Meet

Published: 10/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Chinese President Xi Jinping said Sunday that China had put "the people and their lives first" when dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic as he spoke at the start of a major Communist Party meeting in...

BioNTech: Could Covid vaccine technology crack cancer?

Published: 10/15/2022 in BBC News - World

BioNTech's mRNA cancer trials started long before the pandemic, and have shown some early encouraging signals.

Ringo Starr cancels North America tour with Covid

Published: 10/13/2022 in BBC News - World

The Beatle had previously cancelled dates after catching the virus, before returning to the road.

China Covid: Frustration as Beijing hit by restrictions ahead of congress

Published: 10/13/2022 in BBC News - World

Strict measures have sparked anger online as well as what appeared to be a rare protest.

Shanghai's Covid Cases At 3-Month High, Days Before Xi's Big Party Event

Published: 10/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai's Covid cases jumped to a three-month high as city officials quietly shuts schools and a raft of other venues to try to rein in a flareup that's hit the financial hub just days before one of...

Europe Likely To Witness Another Covid Wave, Warns WHO

Published: 10/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Another wave of COVID-19 infections may have begun in Europe as cases begin to tick up across the region, the World Health Organization and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)...

Sir David Jason describes Covid collapse

Published: 10/11/2022 in BBC News - World

The Only Fools and Horses legend tells BBC Breakfast he had "seriously bad" Covid this summer.

Security, Red Banners And Covid Curbs: Beijing Readies For 20th Congress

Published: 10/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing has stepped up security and COVID curbs and decorated the capital Beijing with red political banners as it gears up for a Communist Party congress where President Xi Jinping is poised to...

AstraZeneca Nasal Spray Vaccine For Covid Fizzles In Small, Early Trial

Published: 10/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

AstraZeneca Plc's ambitions for developing an easier formulation of its Covid-19 vaccine -- one that might help curb contagion as well -- suffered a setback Monday as the nasal spray failed in an...

China Imposes New Lockdowns To Curb Covid Ahead Key Congress Meet

Published: 10/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China recorded more than 2,000 Covid cases on Monday, its highest level for a month, as officials imposed new lockdowns and restrictions to stop outbreaks from spreading to the capital ahead of the...

Singapore To Lift Covid Restrictions On Non-Vaccinated People Next Week

Published: 10/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Singapore is set to lift the COVID-19 restrictions on non-vaccinated individuals from Monday but it is ready to step up such measures when necessary to lower infection rates and protect the...

Covid: Hong Kong to lure tourists with 500,000 free air tickets

Published: 10/05/2022 in BBC News - World

UK-based Virgin Atlantic said on Wednesday it will stop its Heathrow-Hong Kong services after 30 years.

Australia to end mandatory Covid isolation

Published: 09/29/2022 in BBC News - World

After enforcing some of world's toughest rules, Australia will no longer force people to stay at home.

Blood Test Could Diagnose The Risk Of Long Covid In People: Study

Published: 09/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A blood test could predict if a person infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus will develop long Covid, a study published in the Lancet eBioMedicine journal suggests.

Chinese Tech Hub, Locked Down Over 10 Covid Cases, Sees Rare Protest

Published: 09/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Dozens of people have taken part in a rare protest in the southern Chinese tech hub of Shenzhen, social media footage shows after officials announced a snap lockdown over a handful of Covid cases.

Covid: The Chinese artist filming PCR tests inside his mouth

Published: 09/25/2022 in BBC News - World

Siyuan Zhuji compiled close-up footage of himself taking dozens of tests.

"Blood On Your Hands" If World Steps Back On Tackling Covid Now: WHO

Published: 09/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

If rich nations think the pandemic is over, they should help lower-income countries reach that point too, a senior World Health Organization official told Reuters.

Hong Kong Covid: Double-masked flautists in ad spark ridicule

Published: 09/23/2022 in BBC News - World

The video was released a day after authorities had earlier announced extensions to Covid restrictions.

Danish queen tests positive for Covid day after Queen Elizabeth II's funeral

Published: 09/21/2022 in BBC News - World

Queen Margrethe II attended Queen Elizabeth's funeral and is now Europe's longest-serving head of state.

Covid Remains A Global Emergency But End Could Be In Sight: WHO

Published: 09/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The coronavirus pandemic remains a global emergency but the end could be in sight if countries use the tools at their disposal, a spokesperson for the World Health Organisation said.

Higher Risk Of Severe Covid Complications In Children With Immunodeficiency

Published: 09/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

According to a new study, children with specific immunodeficiency illnesses have abnormalities in genes that regulate the body's immune system against viral infections and have a higher death risk...

China Covid: Quarantine bus crash kills 27 and injures 20

Published: 09/18/2022 in BBC News - World

The bus overturns on the way to an isolation facility, causing anger over China's zero-Covid policy.

Covid "End Is In Sight", Says WHO Chief

Published: 09/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The number of newly reported Covid-19 cases have dropped dramatically, the World Health Organization said Wednesday, urging the world to seize the opportunity to end the pandemic.

A New Covid Variant Is Now Spreading - Omicron BA.4.6. Details Here

Published: 09/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

BA.4.6, a subvariant of the omicron COVID variant which has been quickly gaining traction in the US, is now confirmed to be spreading in the UK.

WHO Projects Covid Peak In October, Cites Polio Concerns In Ukraine

Published: 09/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The World Health Organisation expects a rise in COVID-19 in Ukraine to peak in October, possibly bringing hospitals close to their capacity threshold.

New Intranasal Anti-Viral Treatment May Block Covid Transmission: Report

Published: 09/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Researchers have developed an intranasal anti-viral treatment for COVID-19 that decreases the amount of SARS-CoV-2 shed from infected animals and limits transmission of the virus.

China Covid lockdowns leave residents short of food and essential items

Published: 09/12/2022 in BBC News - World

People are appealing for help on social media as food and medicine supplies dwindle.

Xi To Leave China For First Time In Over 2 Years Amid Covid, Meet Putin

Published: 09/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Xi Jinping will leave China this week for the first time in more than two years for a trip to Central Asia where he will meet Vladimir Putin.

How To Avoid Long Covid: It's Serious But Here's What Experts Advise

Published: 09/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Depression, anxiety, worries about the pandemic and other sources of distress prior to getting Covid-19 may increase the chance of developing persistent "long-haul" symptoms, a Harvard University...

For Long Covid, Scientists Warn Of A Startling New Crisis

Published: 09/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Scott Taylor never got to move on from COVID-19.The 56-year-old, who caught the disease in spring 2020, still had not recovered about 18 months later when he killed himself at his home near Dallas,...

Nasal Vaccines Could Be Beneficial In Controlling Covid: WHO

Published: 09/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Nasal Covid-19 vaccines could help to bring the Covid-19 pandemic under control, the World Health Organization said Wednesday after homegrown products were approved in India and China.

US Foresees Annual Covid Boosters, Just Like Flu: Officials

Published: 09/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Barring the emergence of drastically different variants, Covid boosters will likely be recommended annually in a similar manner to influenza vaccines, US health officials said Tuesday.

Inhaled Covid Vaccine Gets Emergency Use Approval As Booster In China

Published: 09/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's CanSino Biologics Inc said on Sunday that its recently developed COVID-19 vaccine has been approved by the country's drug regulator for emergency use as a booster, potentially benefiting its...

Bangladesh's Sheikh Hasina Praises India Help During Covid, Ukraine War

Published: 09/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi led initiative towards rescuing students of her country who were stuck in eastern Europe following the outbreak of the...

Shenzhen Goes Into Lockdown As China Fights Covid Outbreaks

Published: 09/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Most residents of the Chinese tech hub of Shenzhen went into a weekend lockdown on Saturday as mass COVID-19 testing kicked off in much of the city of 18 million people.

Over 50,000 Fresh Covid Cases In Russia For 2nd Consecutive Day: Report

Published: 09/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Russia recorded more than 50,000 new daily COVID-19 cases for the second day running on Saturday, the government's coronavirus task force said.

EU Regulator Backs Use Of Novavax Covid Shot As A Booster

Published: 09/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) on Thursday backed the use of Novavax's COVID-19 shot as a booster for adults, ahead of an anticipated rise in infections this winter.

Covid in China: Chengdu lockdown after outbreak

Published: 09/01/2022 in BBC News - World

Fresh cases have seen new restrictions introduced in Chengdu, a city of 21 million people

Spain's Tomatina food fight returns after Covid hiatus

Published: 09/01/2022 in BBC News - World

Thousands of people have gathered in the town of Buńol to splatter each other with tomatoes.

16 Million Under Lockdown In Chinese City Amid New Covid Outbreak: Report

Published: 09/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Around 16 million people in the Chinese city of Chengdu will be effectively under lockdown from Thursday as authorities race to snuff out a new Covid-19 outbreak.

"My Insides Were Crying": China Covid Curbs Hit Mental Health Of Youth

Published: 08/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China has employed some of the world's harshest and most frequent lockdown measures in its determination to stamp out every COVID outbreak, arguing it saves lives and pointing to its low pandemic toll...

China Shuts Down World's Largest Electronics Market As Covid Cases Rise

Published: 08/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's technology hub Shenzhen on Monday ordered the closure of the world's largest electronics wholesale market to contain a recent spike in coronavirus cases in the southern city.

People in jail sued over covid safety. The oversight didn’t last.

Published: 08/29/2022 in National

Twin lawsuits in D.C. area jails show just how fleeting the direct impact of civil litigation can be for incarcerated people.

World's Largest Electronics Market Shut Down In China Amid Covid Cases

Published: 08/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Authorities in the southern city of Shenzhen said on Monday they have closed the world's largest electronics market, in Huaqiangbei, as a COVID-19 prevention measure.

Moderna suing Pfizer over Covid vaccine technology

Published: 08/26/2022 in BBC News - World

Moderna said it is suing Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech for patent infringement.

Moderna Sues Pfizer Over Covid Vaccine

Published: 08/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Moderna said Friday it is suing rival vaccine makers Pfizer and BioNTech, alleging the partners infringed on its patents in developing their shot for COVID-19.

North Korea Says New Fever Cases Were Flu, Not Covid

Published: 08/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea said Friday that the fever cases it detected earlier this week were found to be influenza, and not a Covid-19 resurgence as initially suspected.

In Tit-For-Tat Move, US Suspends 26 Chinese Flights Over Covid Cases

Published: 08/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The U.S. government said on Thursday it would suspend 26 China-bound flights from the United States by four Chinese carriers in response to the Chinese government's decision to suspend some U.S....

As Covid Eases, Sharp Spike In UK Visa To Indians, Overtaking The Chinese

Published: 08/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

India has gone past China as the largest nationality being issued sponsored study visas in the UK, with 1.18 lakh visas in the year ending June 2022

It Was Always Wrong: Rishi Sunak On "Fear Narrative" Of UK Covid Lockdowns

Published: 08/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Rishi Sunak, a finalist in the race to succeed Boris Johnson as Conservative Party leader and British prime minister, on Thursday spoke out candidly against the "fear narrative" and partial analyses...

US First Lady Tests Positive For Covid Again, President Biden Negative

Published: 08/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US first lady, Jill Biden tested positive again for a rebound case of COVID-19 on Wednesday, her deputy communications director Kelsey Donohue said in a statement.

Covid Incubation Gets Shorter With Each New Variant, Study Shows

Published: 08/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The longer a virus can replicate inside a person before causing symptoms, the harder it can be to stop because of the greater potential for the infected to unknowingly spread it far and wide.

China Says Covid Led To Further Decline In Births, Marriages: Report

Published: 08/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's National Health Commission said Covid-19has contributed to the decline in the country's marriage and birth rates that has accelerated in recent years due to the high costs of education and...

Anthony Fauci, Joe Biden's Covid Advisor, To Step Down In December

Published: 08/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden's Covid advisor Anthony Fauci, America's top infectious disease expert who became the face of the country's fight against the pandemic, announced Monday that he will step down in...

Philippine students return to school for first time since Covid

Published: 08/22/2022 in BBC News - World

Experts say the protracted school closures have worsened the country's education crisis.

Japan PM Fumio Kishida Covid Positive Amid Spike In Cases In The Country

Published: 08/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has been infected with COVID-19 and is recuperating at his official residence, his office said on Sunday.

Covid in China: Hippo, fish and crabs get PCR tests

Published: 08/19/2022 in BBC News - World

Officials in the city of Xiamen have ordered PCR tests for seafood after some 40 people got Covid.

Scientists Discover "Weak Spot" Across All Major Covid Variants: Study

Published: 08/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A team led by an Indian-origin researcher has discovered a key vulnerability across all major variants of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, including the recently emerged BA.1 and BA.2...

Covid in China: Fish tested amid Xiamen outbreak

Published: 08/18/2022 in BBC News - World

Footage has gone viral showing live fish and crabs being tested in China for the coronavirus.

Covid's Harmful Effects On The Brain Stay For Years

Published: 08/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Covid-19 survivors remain at higher risk of psychotic disorders, dementia and similar conditions for at least two years, according to a large study that highlights the mounting burden of chronic...

Covid Survivors At Risk Of "Brain Fog", Epilepsy Even Years Later: Study

Published: 08/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Increased risk of neurological and psychiatric conditions such as dementia and seizures is still higher two years after COVID-19 compared to other respiratory infections, suggests an observational...

On Secret Ministerial Roles During Covid, Ex Australia PM's Justification

Published: 08/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia's former prime minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday he decided to be secretly sworn in to five key ministries during the pandemic because he felt the responsibility for the nation was...

US's First Lady Jill Biden Tests Positive For Covid

Published: 08/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US First Lady Jill Biden has tested positive for Covid-19 and developed mild symptoms, the White House said Tuesday, two weeks after her husband Joe Biden contracted the virus for a second time.

Shanghai Covid: Ikea shoppers flee attempt to lock down store

Published: 08/15/2022 in BBC News - World

Video shows people running out of the store in Xuhui district as guards tried to shut them in.

Long Covid Symptoms: Here's What To Look Out For

Published: 08/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Striking decreases in the stress hormone cortisol were the strongest predictor for who develops long Covid in new research that identified several potential drivers of the lingering symptoms...

Aus PM Says Predecessor Took On Secret Ministerial Roles During Covid

Published: 08/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia's Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has sought legal advice following reports that his predecessor Scott Morrison was secretly appointed to key ministerial roles during the COVID-19 pandemic,...

With Daily Covid Testing, Shanghai To Reopen Schools Next Month

Published: 08/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's financial hub Shanghai said on Sunday it will reopen all primary, middle and high schools, kindergartens and nurseries on September 1 after months of COVID-19 closures.

Lockdowns, Hotspots And Millions Stranded: Covid Surges Again In China

Published: 08/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Xi's Zero-Covid policy has failed terribly as new areas come under coronavirus infection especially the tourism hubs of Tibet and Hainan.

North Korea Lifts Mask Mandate After Kim Jong Un Declares Covid "Victory"

Published: 08/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea has lifted a mask mandate and eased other virus restrictions, state media said Saturday, days after leader Kim Jong Un declared "victory" over COVID-19.

Hacker Offers To Sell 48.5 Million Users' Data From Shanghai Covid App

Published: 08/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A hacker has claimed to have obtained the personal information of 48.5 million users of a COVID health code mobile app run by the city of Shanghai, the second claim of a breach of the Chinese...

Covid Surge: Several Chinese Cities Impose Fresh Curbs, Lockdown

Published: 08/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Several covid-hit Chinese cities from the country's east to west imposed fresh restrictions and lockdowns on their populations on Thursday to contain flare-ups that are again threatening to disrupt...

Kim Jong Un 'Seriously Ill' In North Korea Covid Surge, Says His Sister

Published: 08/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Kim Jong Un's sister revealed that the North Korean leader suffered from a "high fever" during a recent Covid outbreak.

Chinese Medical Site Censored After Doubting Herbal "Covid Remedy"

Published: 08/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A popular Chinese medical information site has been censored by authorities for "violation of relevant laws and regulations", months after its criticism of a government-backed herbal Covid-19...

Kim Jong Un's Sister Accuses South Korea Over Covid Outbreak

Published: 08/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un accused the South of causing a Covid outbreak in the country and warned of "retaliation", as Pyongyang declared "victory" over its outbreak,...

North Korea leader Kim Jong-un 'suffered fever' during Covid outbreak, says sister

Published: 08/10/2022 in BBC News - World

The sister of North Korea's leader also blames South Korea for causing her country's outbreak.

North Korea's Kim Jong Un Declares "Shining Victory" Over Covid

Published: 08/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Wednesday declared a "shining victory" over Covid-19, after officials reported no new cases of the virus for nearly two weeks.

Australia Covid: Contact tracing app branded expensive 'failure'

Published: 08/10/2022 in BBC News - World

The health minister urges people to delete the contact-tracing app, which identified just two infections.

Nepal Bars Entry Of Indians After 4 Tourists Test Covid Positive

Published: 08/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Nepal has stopped the entry of people coming from India into the country after four Indian tourists tested positive for Covid and were sent back, amid a sharp surge in the number of coronavirus cases...

Hong Kong cuts Covid hotel quarantine to three days

Published: 08/07/2022 in BBC News - World

Hotel quarantine is to be followed by four days of "medical surveillance" at home or any hotel.

US President Biden leaves White House for first time since Covid

Published: 08/07/2022 in BBC News - World

The US president is leaving for his home state of Delaware after testing negative for the virus.

Joe Biden Tests Negative For Covid, Will Return To Public Engagement

Published: 08/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden was out of isolation on Sunday, after testing negative for Covid for a second day in a row, the first time he was able to leave the White House since July 20.

Sanya: Covid lockdown strands tourists on 'China's Hawaii'

Published: 08/07/2022 in BBC News - World

Over 80,000 tourists in the resort known as "China's Hawaii" face new restrictions and cancelled flights.

Over 80,000 Tourists Trapped In 'China's Hawaii' After Covid Outbreak

Published: 08/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Over 80,000 tourists are stranded in a resort city popularly known as "China's Hawaii" after a Covid flare-up led authorities to impose strict travel restrictions.

Biden tests negative for Covid after 'rebound' case - doctor

Published: 08/06/2022 in BBC News - World

The US president will stay in isolation until he has a second negative test, his doctor says.

Biden Tests Negative After Second Bout Of Covid

Published: 08/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden on Saturday tested negative for Covid-19, days after coming down with a second bout of the illness.

Meal Slots, No Talking: Japan Companies Face "Unpredictable" Covid Again

Published: 08/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Japanese companies are temporarily shutting offices or suspending production as they battle a record wave of COVID-19, disrupting businesses in a country that has until now weathered the pandemic...

Long Covid Symptoms Affect 1 In 8, Suggests Lancet Study In Netherlands

Published: 08/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

One in eight people who get coronavirus develop at least one symptom of long Covid, one of the most comprehensive studies on the condition to date suggested on Thursday.

White House Says Joe Biden's Covid Cough Has Returned

Published: 08/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden has continued to test positive for Covid-19, his White House doctor said Tuesday, and is experiencing a return of at least one symptom, described as a "loose cough."

"Living With Covid": Where The Pandemic Could Go Next

Published: 08/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As the third winter of the coronavirus pandemic looms in the northern hemisphere, scientists are warning weary governments and populations alike to brace for more waves of COVID-19.

New Zealand fully reopens borders to build back from COVID isolation

Published: 08/01/2022 in MercoPress

During the pandemic, Air New Zealand stopped serving Buenos Aires' Ezeiza airport and there are no indications the route would be resumed any time soon The Government of New Zealand has fully reopened its borders effective August 1 to foreign visitors, thus ending the sanitary restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic. The South Pacific country had one of the toughest travel regimes imposed on health grounds globally. Before Covid-19, tourism accounted for 5.5% of New Zealand's GDP.

US President Joe Biden tests positive for Covid after 'rebound' infection

Published: 07/30/2022 in BBC News - World

The US president is not experiencing symptoms, but will isolate again after a fresh positive test.

Joe Biden Tests Positive For Covid Again, Returns To Isolation

Published: 07/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden tested positive for Covid-19 for a second time and is returning to isolation though he "continues to feel quite well," his White House doctor said Saturday.

Conservatives skeptical of covid vaccines battle to lead a hospital

Published: 07/30/2022 in National

In Sarasota, a slate of conservative Republicans is running for seats on a hospital board, highlighting how once-obscure offices are emerging as a new ideological battlefront.

Long-Lasting Loss of Smell, Taste In 5 Per Cent Covid Cases: Study

Published: 07/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Around five percent of people who have had Covid-19 develop long-lasting problems with their sense of smell or taste, a large study said Thursday, potentially contributing to the burden of long Covid.

Covid in China: Million in lockdown in Wuhan after four cases

Published: 07/27/2022 in BBC News - World

The city where Covid began is under partial lockdown for the first time since the start of the pandemic.

Joe Biden Tests Negative For Covid After Completing Treatment: White House

Published: 07/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden has had two negative COVID-19 tests and no longer needs to isolate after recovering from infection, his White House doctor said Wednesday.

Joe Biden Steps Out Of Covid Isolation To Hit The Gym: Report

Published: 07/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Audio-bombed by a barking pet dog, wondering if he looks OK on video conference, and finally being allowed to hit the gym -- Joe Biden may be the most powerful man in the world but the ups and downs...

Low Sex Drive, Erectile Dysfunction Among Symptoms Of Long Covid: Study

Published: 07/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Commonly reported long COVID symptoms, such as fatigue and shortness of breath, have a significant effect on peoples daily activities, quality of life and capacity to work.

Biden Says He Is "Feeling Great" As Covid Symptoms Ease

Published: 07/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden said Monday he feels "great" after getting over most of his Covid-19 symptoms and hopes to be fully back at work this week.

Shenzen Seals Off Big Firms Including iPhone Maker Foxconn To Battle Covid

Published: 07/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Shenzhen government asked 100 major companies, including iPhone maker Foxconn and oil producer CNOOC Ltd, to implement a "closed loop" system for a week as the southern city battles a COVID-19...

Covid in China: Xi Jinping and other leaders given domestic vaccine

Published: 07/23/2022 in BBC News - World

The president and other top politicians have received domestically produced vaccines, say officials.

Covid, Zika, And Now Monkeypox: When Does WHO Sound Its Highest Alert

Published: 07/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) is the rarely used top alert available to the World Health Organization to tackle a global disease outbreak.

Biden's Covid Symptoms "Have Improved", Says White House Doctor

Published: 07/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden's symptoms "have improved" and his key vital signs including blood pressure remain normal, his White House physician said Friday a day after the 79-year-old US leader tested...

Biden's doctor: President's Covid symptoms 'have improved'

Published: 07/22/2022 in BBC News - World

The 79-year-old president is still showing only mild symptoms, according to his White House physician.

Indian-Origin US Man Gets 4 Years In Jail For $2 Milion Fraud Covid Scheme

Published: 07/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A 27-year-old Indian-origin man has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for orchestrating a USD 2 million scheme that cheated victims by making false promises to them in the midst of the...

US President Joe Biden 'doing great' after testing positive for Covid

Published: 07/21/2022 in BBC News - World

The 79-year-old is experiencing mild symptoms and will continue to work, the White House says.

US President Joe Biden Has Covid, White House Says "Very Mild Symptoms"

Published: 07/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden tested positive for Covid-19 on Thursday, his administration announced, saying the 79-year-old leader was experiencing "mild symptoms" and would carry out his full duties while...

Shanghai Covid lockdown: The struggle of blind massage therapists

Published: 07/19/2022 in BBC News - World

Blind massage therapists say the lockdown and lack of government support are making life difficult.

Covid in China: Officials sorry for break-ins amid hunt for contacts

Published: 07/19/2022 in BBC News - World

Authorities in Guangzhou broke into residents' homes in the hunt for close contacts of positive cases.

Risk Of Mental Health, Financial Issues Doubles In Adults With Covid: Study

Published: 07/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Risk of mental health, financial issues doubles in older adults infected with Covid, according to a study recently published in the journal PNAS. The research used data from 51,46 adults between the...

In WHO Chief Scientist's Reply To World Bank Adviser, A Covid Warning

Published: 07/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Be prepared for fresh COVID-19 waves, WHO chief scientist Soumya Swaminathan has warned, amid the onset of new variants that are more transmissible, immune evasive and growing concerns about greater...

Covid Behind Largest Backslide In Child Vaccination In A Generation: UN

Published: 07/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Around 25 million children around the world missed out on routine vaccinations that protect against life-threatening diseases last year, as the knock-on effects of the pandemic continue to disrupt...

Covid Virus May Survive For 30 Days On Refrigerated, Frozen Meat: Study

Published: 07/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, may survive on meat and fish products in the refrigerator or the freezer for up to 30 days, a study suggests.

China Locks Down City Of 300,000 Over Single Covid Case

Published: 07/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hundreds of thousands of people were under lockdown in a small Chinese city Tuesday after just one case of COVID-19 was detected, as Beijing's strict no-tolerance virus strategy showed no sign of...

Italy To Begin Administering 2nd Covid Booster Dose To Over-60s

Published: 07/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Italy will soon start its campaign to administer a second COVID-19 booster to everyone aged over 60, the health minister said on Monday, after receiving a green light from European Union health...

"No Time To Lose": EU's Nod To 2nd Covid Booster Jab For People Over 60

Published: 07/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The EU's health and medicine agencies said Monday they were recommending a second booster shot of a Covid vaccine for people over 60 years old, as infections rise again.

Shanghai Braces For More Mass Covid Testing Amid Fresh Curbs

Published: 07/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Multiple Chinese cities are adopting fresh Covid-19 curbs, from business halts to lockdowns, to rein in new infections, with the commercial hub of Shanghai bracing for another mass testing campaign...

Macau lockdown: Gambling hub shuts casinos amid Covid outbreak

Published: 07/10/2022 in BBC News - World

Macau city has recorded around 1,500 Covid cases since mid-June, official figures show.

Macau's "Static Management" Plan As Covid Outbreak Worsens

Published: 07/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Macau on Saturday announced a weeklong shutdown of its casinos and non-essential businesses as the Chinese gambling hub confronted its worst coronavirus outbreak yet.

Zero Covid holds danger for China's Xi

Published: 07/07/2022 in BBC News - World

The president is seeking a historic third term amid an economic slump and growing fatigue over Covid.

A judge in Uruguay has prohibited Covid vaccines for children; Health Ministry complies with the ruling

Published: 07/07/2022 in MercoPress

In the ruling the magistrate requested that all the contracts for the purchase of the vaccines be published in their entirety and without tests In a Montevideo court, judge Alejandro Recarey notified his final ruling on the appeal for protection filed to stop the vaccination against covid-19 in minors under 13 years of age in Uruguay.

China's New Covid Outbreaks Put Millions Under Lockdown - Again

Published: 07/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Tens of millions of people were under lockdown in China on Wednesday as businesses in a major tourist city were forced to shut their doors and fresh clusters sparked fears of a return to blanket...

China Resumes International Flights After 2-Year Covid Ban

Published: 07/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China has started permitting international flights after a two-year ban due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but there is no word yet on the resumption of air services to India.

1.7 Million People Put Under Lockdown In China Amid Fresh Covid Surge

Published: 07/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China placed 1.7 million people under lockdown in central Anhui province, where authorities reported nearly 300 new cases Monday in the latest of a string of outbreaks testing Beijing's no-tolerance...

North Korea claims Covid arrived on 'alien things' near border

Published: 06/30/2022 in BBC News - World

Officials have recorded 4.7m suspected cases since April, after two years of claiming to be Covid-free.

North Korea Blames "Alien Things" Near South Korea Border For Covid Outbreak

Published: 06/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea claimed on Friday the country's first COVID outbreak began with patients touching "alien things" near the border with South Korea, apparently shifting blame to the neighbour for the wave...

North Korea Calls US Offer Of Covid Aid 'Foolish', Politically Motivated

Published: 06/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea said the United States is taking advantage of its COVID-19 outbreak by offering humanitarian aid with political purposes.

Elmo gets covid vaccine, sparks another muppet feud with Ted Cruz

Published: 06/29/2022 in National

This isn’t the first time Texas Republican Cruz has tangled with a high-profile Sesame Street muppet over vaccines.

US Medical Experts Call For Omicron-Specific Covid Boosters

Published: 06/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A panel of US medical experts on Tuesday called for Omicron-specific boosters this fall, as anticipation mounts that Covid vaccines will be needed on an ongoing seasonal basis, as is the case for...

Zero Covid Cases In Beijing, Shanghai After Millions Locked In Homes

Published: 06/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's two largest cities have contained COVID-19 following a bruising four-month fight that saw millions of residents locked in their homes, exhaustive testing and restrictions on daily life that...

Long Covid In Infected Kids Can Last At Least 2 Months: Lancet Report

Published: 06/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Children infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus can experience symptoms of long COVID lasting at least two months, according to a study published in The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health journal on...

Covid vaccines are being rolled out to US children under 5

Published: 06/22/2022 in BBC News - World

Some 17 million US children between six months and five years old are now eligible for Covid jabs.

We Are Facing A New Wave Of Covid: France's Vaccination Chief

Published: 06/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

France is facing a new wave of COVID-19 infections fuelled by new variants of the disease, French vaccination chief Alain Fischer said on Wednesday, as daily new cases reached an almost two-month peak...

Covid Vaccine Scheme For The Poorest Pushes For Delivery Slowdown: Report

Published: 06/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Leaders of the global scheme aiming to get COVID-19 vaccines to the world's poorest are pushing manufacturers,including Pfizer and Moderna, to cut or slow deliveries of about half a billion shots so...

Twitter Accounts Hyped Company Seeking Covid Vaccine Trials: Report

Published: 06/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A network of Twitter accounts pushed messages to boost the share price of a biotech company as it sought approval to run a clinical trial of its Covid-19 vaccine, according to research provided to...

Macau Hotel Locked Down After Covid Outbreak; 700 People Quarantined

Published: 06/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A hotel and casino resort in the world's biggest gambling hub of Macau was locked down by authorities with 700 people inside on Tuesday due to a coronavirus infection outbreak on the property, local...

Saudi Arabia Lifts Covid Travel Restrictions To India: Report

Published: 06/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Saudi Arabia lifted coronavirus travel restrictions on Monday on its citizens travelling to Turkey, India, Ethiopia and Vietnam, state news agency SPA reported.

Did North Korea Stop Covid Containment China Goods' Import? Data Shows...

Published: 06/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea abruptly stopped importing COVID-19 prevention and control products from China in May, trade data released by Beijing showed, after the country bought face masks and ventilators from its...

China's Covid Mass Testing Mantra Is Building A Waste Mountain

Published: 06/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hazmat-suited workers poke plastic swabs down millions of throats in China each day, leaving bins bursting with medical waste that has become the environmental and economic levy of a zero-Covid...

US Approves Covid Vaccines For Children As Young As 6 Months

Published: 06/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US health authorities on Saturday cleared the Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines for children aged five and younger, in a move President Joe Biden greeted as a "monumental step" in the fight against...

Mask Off, No Foreign Tourist Registration: Thailand Drops Covid Rules

Published: 06/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Thailand announced Friday it would drop rules requiring people to wear masks outdoors and no longer require foreign visitors to register before travel, as Covid-19 cases fall and the kingdom seeks to...

Covid In Hong Kong Shows "Signs Of Rebound"

Published: 06/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong's coronavirus case numbers are showing signs of rebounding, city chief executive Carrie Lam said on Friday, days after reintroducing more restrictions ahead of the 25th anniversary of the...

US Approves Covid Vaccine For Children 6 Months And Above

Published: 06/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The US Food and Drug Administration granted emergency authorization Friday for the use of Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines in the youngest children, the final age group awaiting immunization in...

Covid infections up after Platinum Jubilee celebrations

Published: 06/17/2022 in BBC News - World

The latest UK figures cover the long weekend of partying and suggest one in 45 has Covid.

WTO agrees deals on Covid vaccines and overfishing

Published: 06/17/2022 in BBC News - World

The World Trade Organization announces a raft of agreements after five days of negotiations.

Omicron Less Likely To Cause Long COVID -19: UK Study

Published: 06/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Omicron variant of coronavirus is less likely to cause long COVID than previous variants, according to the first peer-reviewed study of its kind from the United Kingdom.

White House Refuses To Clarify Joe Biden's Covid Status

Published: 06/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The White House faced intense questioning from reporters Thursday over when Joe Biden last tested negative for Covid-19 following a spate of positive cases among high-ranking officials with access to...

US Panel Recommends Covid Vaccines For Children Under Age 5

Published: 06/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A panel of experts convened by the US Food and Drug Administration unanimously recommended Covid-19 vaccines Wednesday for children under five, the final age group awaiting immunization in most...

Amid Covid Fight, N Korea Reports Outbreak Of Another Infectious Disease

Published: 06/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea has reported an outbreak of an unidentified intestinal epidemic on Thursday, potentially adding to strains on the isolated country's healthcare system which is battling an unprecedented...

How Germany's Predicted Summer Covid Wave Is Becoming A "Reality"

Published: 06/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Germany is experiencing a new wave of coronavirus infections, Health Minister Karl Lauterbach said Wednesday, urging the most vulnerable to quickly get their fourth vaccination jabs.

"Power Abuse": China Allegedly Uses Covid Tracking System To Curb Protest

Published: 06/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Authorities in central China allegedly used the country's powerful Covid tracking system to stop an anticipated protest, state media reported, sparking furious condemnation online on Wednesday.

China's Middle Class Looks To Flee As Covid Policies Bite

Published: 06/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Alan Li no longer sees any future for his family in China after harsh Covid rules decimated his business, upended his son's education and left his country out of step with the rest of the world.

Canada Is Lifting Covid Vaccine Mandate For Domestic, Overseas Travel

Published: 06/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's Covid-19 vaccination requirement for domestic and outbound travelers, as well as federal bureaucrats and transportation workers, will be suspended starting next week, officials said Tuesday.

Covid: Dozens of Covid cases linked to Beijing bar

Published: 06/12/2022 in BBC News - World

Mass testing is taking place after more than 160 cases are linked to a bar in the capital.

Amid 'Ferocious' Outbreak, Beijing's Chaoyang Set For Mass Covid Testing

Published: 06/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing's most populous district Chaoyang announced three rounds of mass testing to quell a "ferocious" COVID-19 outbreak that emerged at a bar in a nightlife and shopping area last week.

China Warns Of "Explosive" Covid Outbreak As Shanghai Begins Mass Testing

Published: 06/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's capital Beijing is facing an "explosive" COVID-19 outbreak connected to a bar, a government spokesman warned on Saturday, as the commercial hub of Shanghai began mass testing to contain a jump...

China Delays School Reopenings After "Rapidly Developing" Covid Outbreak

Published: 06/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Most children in Beijing will not return to school next week as originally planned, Chinese officials said on Saturday, after an emerging Covid-19 outbreak prompted authorities to partly reverse a...

US Health Authority Says Moderna Covid Vaccine Effective In Under-Fives

Published: 06/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US health authorities confirmed on Friday that data provided by drug-maker Moderna on the efficacy of its Covid-19 vaccine among very young children were accurate.

China Fears Wind Is Blowing Covid Virus In From North Korea

Published: 06/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The city of Dandong borders North Korea and is separated by a river that runs hundreds of meters wide.

AstraZeneca Claims Positive Medicine Trial For "Severe" Covid

Published: 06/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A treatment for people at risk of death from coronavirus has revealed good results in a late-stage trial, its maker AstraZeneca announced Wednesday.

Disinformation, Conspiracy Theories Cloud WHO's Covid Treaty Push

Published: 06/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The World Health Organization is battling a barrage of disinformation alleging it is scheming to take over health policy in sovereign nations, as it tries to chart a way forward towards averting...

Relief In Beijing As China Eases Covid Dine-In Curbs

Published: 06/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

After staying home for more than a month, Chen Chunmei joined a long line of customers at a popular Beijing restaurant where diners tucked into massive bowls of crayfish following an easing of Covid...

Covid: Why do some vaccines protect you for longer than others?

Published: 06/03/2022 in BBC News - World

Here's why you need more than one Covid jab.

After Covid Lockdown, Shanghai Residents Grapple With Trauma

Published: 06/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As many Shanghai residents rushed onto the streets this week to reunite with friends and pop champagne to celebrate the end of a two month-long lockdown, Li Menghua was busy packing up his hair salon.

Shanghai Covid Curbs Drag On Despite Officials Declaring Victory

Published: 06/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Locked in their homes as neighbours celebrate freedom, hundreds of thousands of Shanghai residents are finding the path out of lockdown more complicated than the victory trumpeted by Chinese state...

North Korea: The mystery of its Covid outbreak

Published: 06/01/2022 in BBC News - World

North Korea is tackling Covid cases across the country, but very little is known about the scale of the crisis.

Covid Situation "Getting Worse, Not Better" In North Korea, Says WHO

Published: 06/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The World Health Organization lamented Wednesday that it had no access to data about North Korea's Covid-19 outbreak, but assumed the crisis was deepening, contrary to Pyongyang's reports of...

Shanghai lockdown: Cheers and beers as Covid curbs are eased

Published: 05/31/2022 in BBC News - World

Residents celebrated in the streets after midnight when restrictions were relaxed.

Shanghai Eases Covid Curbs In Step Towards Ending Lockdown

Published: 05/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai eased a range of Covid-19 restrictions on Wednesday in a step towards returning to normal after a two-month lockdown that confined residents of the megacity to their homes and battered...

Shanghai lockdown: China eases Covid restrictions after two months

Published: 05/31/2022 in BBC News - World

China's biggest city, a vital global trade hub, begins to relax crippling Covid restrictions.

Shanghai's Covid Curbs Are Ending. "Caught Unawares", Residents Say

Published: 05/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai authorities said Tuesday they will lift more restrictions in steps to return the Covid-hit city to normality, after two months of heavy-handed restrictions that throttled businesses and...

Relief And Disbelief As Shanghai To Start Lifting Covid Lockdown

Published: 05/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai authorities on Tuesday began dismantling fences around housing compounds and ripping police tape off public squares and buildings, to the relief of the city's 25 million residents, before a...

North Korea Calls Covid Jabs "Immortal Potion Of Love" From Kim: Report

Published: 05/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As North Korea finally began its COVID-19 vaccination programme, the nation's supreme leader Kim Jong Un declared that the coronavirus jabs are an "immortal potion of love" gifted by him.

Thousands In Quarantine After Man Breaks Covid Rules In China's Beijing

Published: 05/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A Beijing man has landed thousands of his neighbours in quarantine after he ignored an order to stay at home and later tested positive for COVID-19, prompting a police investigation.

Beijing Eases Covid Curbs, Shanghai Inches Closer To Ending Lockdown

Published: 05/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Streets in Beijing were busier on Monday as residents in two districts were allowed to return to work, while Shanghai inched closer towards lifting its two-month old COVID-19 lockdown.

North Korea Lifts Lockdown Amid 'Stable' Covid Situation: Report

Published: 05/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea has lifted movement restrictions imposed in the capital Pyongyang after its first admission of Covid-19 outbreak weeks ago.

In Bid To Boost Economy, Shanghai To Ease Covid Restrictions

Published: 05/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai authorities will cancel many conditions for businesses to resume work from Wednesday, a city official said on Sunday, easing a city-wide lockdown that began some two months ago.

Shanghai Takes Further Steps Towards Reopening, Beijing Eases Covid Curbs

Published: 05/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai announced on Sunday further steps towards returning to more normal life and lifting a two-month COVID-19 lockdown this week, while Beijing reopened parts of its public transport, some malls,...

Shanghai Moves Towards Reopening As Beijing Plans To Ease Covid Curbs

Published: 05/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Chinese metropolis of Shanghai inched further towards a gradual reopening from two months of grinding COVID-19 lockdown, while officials in Beijing prepared to ease curbs in parts of the capital,...

"Tomorrow Will Be Better": Shanghai Inches Towards Lifting Covid Lockdown

Published: 05/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Chinese metropolis of Shanghai inched further towards a gradual reopening from two months of grinding COVID-19 lockdown, while the capital Beijing maintained curbs that have drastically curtailed...

Chinese economy stalling: combating Covid 19 and keeping jobs more significant than GDP growth criteria

Published: 05/26/2022 in MercoPress

Premier Li Keqiang warned of economic “hardships to some extent greater than those seen during the initial virus outbreak in 2020”. The Chinese economy is not working as smoothly as expected and is facing many challenges, admitted Premier Li Keqiang during a major conference on Wednesday.

China's Warning As Lockdowns To Contain Covid Outbreak Bites Into Growth

Published: 05/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's premier has sounded an unusually stark warning about the world's second-largest economy, saying it must return to normal as the country's zero-Covid strategy bites into growth.

Taiwan Was A Covid Success Story In 2021. Now, It Has 80,000 A Day

Published: 05/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Billed a COVID-19 success story as its economy boomed through the pandemic, Taiwan is now battling a record wave of infections as it eases restrictions that had kept outbreaks at bay to start life...

China Sticks To Zero Covid Policy As Residents Decry Uneven Rules

Published: 05/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing stepped up quarantine efforts to end its month-old COVID outbreak as fresh signs of frustration emerged in Shanghai, where some bemoaned unfair curbs with the city of 25 million preparing to...

Airbnb Stops Booking Stays In Covid Locked-Down China: Report

Published: 05/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Home rental service Airbnb is shutting down its business in China as a pandemic lockdown shows no sign of ending there, a source close to the company told AFP Monday.

'India's Success, China's Failure': Biden Praises PM Over Covid Handling

Published: 05/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Drawing a parallel between "India's success with China's failure" to handle the pandemic, US President Joe Biden praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during a closed session of the Quad Leaders'...

North Korea Says Covid Situation "Under Control" In Country

Published: 05/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea said on Tuesday it was witnessing a "stable" downward trend in its first confirmed COVID-19 outbreak, reporting less than 200,000 new patients with fever symptoms for a third consecutive...

3 Covid Shots Generate Good Response In Under-5s: Pfizer-BioNTech

Published: 05/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine is safe and effective for children aged six months to under five years when given in 3 doses.

European Union Drugs Regulator Approves AstraZeneca Jab As Covid Booster

Published: 05/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

AstraZeneca's Covid jab has won approval for use as a booster or third jab in the European Union, the British drugs giant confirmed Monday.

Covid Tests Every 2 Days In China Province Of Nearly 100 Million: Report

Published: 05/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Chinese province of Henan has ordered its nearly 100 million people to take a covid test every two days, an unprecedented step as the country grapples with an Omicron-fuelled surge.

China's Economy Was Once "Robust". Then Covid Returned

Published: 05/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China, which once boasted of a robust defence against COVID-19 pandemic, is now hit hard by the return of the virus.

Avoiding Monkeypox, Covid: Microbes Key In Preventing Pandemic

Published: 05/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

When a respiratory virus sweeps away almost 15 million lives in two years, as COVID-19 has, according to a May 5 World Health Organization estimate that includes indirect deaths, its a savage hit to...

Millions In Beijing Told To WFH, More Shanghai Curbs In China's Covid War

Published: 05/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing authorities extended work-from-home guidance for many of its 22 million residents to stem a persistent COVID-19 outbreak, while Shanghai deployed more testing and curbs to hold on to its...

Covid Created A Billionaire Every 30 Hours: Oxfam At Davos Forum

Published: 05/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Covid pandemic has created a new billionaire every 30 hours and now one million people could fall into extreme poverty at the same pace, Oxfam said Monday as the Davos summit returns.

World faces big challenges over Covid, monkeypox and wars - WHO

Published: 05/22/2022 in BBC News - World

The warning by the UN health agency's chief comes amid an unusual monkeypox outbreak outside Africa.

China's Capital Imposes More Curbs As Covid Outbreak Continues

Published: 05/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Reeling under the mismanagement of Xi Jinping's Zero-Covid Policy, parts of Beijing have again come under a lockdown on Sunday, as the pandemic outbreak continues to spread in more and more cities in...

Apple Looks To Boost Production Outside China Citing Covid Rules: Report

Published: 05/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Apple Inc has told some of its contract manufacturers that it wants to increase production outside China, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

Another Shanghai District Shuts As China's Covid Outbreak Grows

Published: 05/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai's central Jingan district, a key commercial area of the Chinese financial hub, said on Saturday it will require all supermarkets and shops to shut and residents to stay home until at least...

Spain lifts Covid ban on unvaccinated travellers

Published: 05/21/2022 in BBC News - World

UK holidaymakers without a jab will be allowed entry with a negative test or proof of recovery.

Covid Cases In UK Fall Even As 2 Omicron Variant Sub-Types Surface

Published: 05/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The United Kingdom's coronavirus alert level has been reduced from four to three as COVID-19 cases continue to fall, even as two rare types of the Omicron variant sub-types have been reclassified as...

Beijing Residents Quarantined Over 26 Covid Cases, Told "Please Cooperate"

Published: 05/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Thousands of Covid-negative Beijing residents were relocated to quarantine hotels overnight due to a handful of infections, as the capital begins to take more extreme control measures resembling...

Covid in North Korea: No response to US vaccine offer

Published: 05/21/2022 in BBC News - World

On a visit to the region, President Joe Biden said the US could provide Covid-19 jabs "immediately".

Locked-Down Shanghai Finds New Cases, Breaks "Zero Covid" Streak

Published: 05/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai announced its first new COVID-19 cases outside quarantined areas in five days on Friday and imposed stricter curbs in two districts, but did not signal any change to the planned end of a...

The Virus Behind 100,000 Child Deaths In 2019 Globally. No, It's Not Covid

Published: 05/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A common virus that usually causes cold-like symptoms was responsible for more than 100,000 deaths in children under the age of five across the globe in 2019, according to a new study published in The...

Meet The Public Face Leading North Korea's Battle Against Covid

Published: 05/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

At 9:30 a.m. every day this week, a soft-spoken official has appeared on North Korean television to report the number of people with fever and new deaths, and to explain measures to stop North Korea's...

Shanghai Reports New Cases After 5 Days Of "Zero Covid"

Published: 05/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai reported new COVID-19 cases outside quarantined areas for the first time after five days of no infections.

North Korea: Fighting Covid with traditional medicine

Published: 05/19/2022 in BBC News - World

As Covid spreads in North Korea, state media urges the use of traditional medicine against the virus.

China's Doors Will Open Wider To The World, Xi Asserts Amid Covid Curbs

Published: 05/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China will continue to open to the world, President Xi Jinping told a trade summit on Wednesday, just days after Beijing doubled down on its strict border controls.

China Tightens Curbs In Border Cities. Reason: North Korea's Covid Surge

Published: 05/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A key Chinese port city near the border with North Korea has launched regular Covid-19 testing for all 7.5 million inhabitants as its isolated neighbour grapples with a spiralling outbreak.

Japanese Man Gambles Away Covid Relief Payment Meant For 463 Patients

Published: 05/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

In a bizarre incident, a Japanese man who was accidentally paid 46.3 million yen (nearly $358,000) in COVID-19 relief money has said that he cannot return it because he already gambled it away.

Why Australia's Covid Cases Are Rising, Again

Published: 05/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison batted away Covid-19 worries three days ahead of federal elections, claiming many reported deaths are not caused by the virus and vowing not to interfere in...

New York Raises Covid Alert From "Medium" To "High" As Infections Soar

Published: 05/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

New York City, the largest city in the United States, raised its COVID-19 alert level from "medium" to "high" on Tuesday, as infections continue to go up in recent weeks.

UN Warns Of "Dire Consequences" Of North Korea Covid Response

Published: 05/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The United Nations voiced alarm Tuesday at the human rights implications of North Korea's response to the massive coronavirus outbreak in the country.

Man gambles away huge accidental Covid payment in Japan

Published: 05/17/2022 in BBC News - World

The Japanese man's lawyer says the 46.3m yen ($357,400) meant for 463 people cannot be paid back.

Shanghai Achieves 'Zero Covid' Status But Normal Life Is Weeks Away

Published: 05/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai achieved on Tuesday the long-awaited milestone of three consecutive days with no new COVID-19 cases outside quarantine zones but most residents will have put up with confinement for a while...

North Korea Reports 6 New Deaths, Over 1 Million Infected With Covid

Published: 05/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea reported six new deaths amid a COVID-19 wave, as the country's military was mobilised to distribute medical supplies, state media KCNA said on Tuesday.

"I Feel Free": France Lifts Covid Mask Rule On Public Transport

Published: 05/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

France began easing its strict face mask rules in February after a winter surge in cases. Now face masks are no longer required on public transport. Masks, as well as a health pass proving Covid...

Students Protest Against Covid Curbs In Beijing

Published: 05/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hundreds of students at an elite Beijing university have protested against strict Covid-19 curbs on campus.

Kim Jong Un Asks Army To Distribute Medicines As Covid Cases Rise: Report

Published: 05/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea's Kim Jong Un criticised "irresponsible" officials over the country's pandemic response and ordered the army to help distribute medicine, state media said on Monday, as Seoul offered Covid...

North Korea: More than a million Covid cases feared

Published: 05/15/2022 in BBC News - World

The military has been ordered to intervene as a wave of Covid cases sweeps the unvaccinated country.

In North Korea's Covid Outbreak, Over A Million Cases Of "Fever", 50 Dead

Published: 05/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Kim Jong Un slammed North Korea's pandemic response and ordered the army to help distribute medicine, state media said Monday, as the country said 50 people had died since first reporting an outbreak...

China's Retail Sales Lowest In 2 Years Amid Worst Covid Outbreak

Published: 05/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's retail sales slumped to its lowest in over two years while factory output plunged, official data showed Monday, capturing the dismal economic fallout from Beijing's zero-covid policy.

South Korea Offers North Korea "Humanitarian Aid" Amid Covid Outbreak

Published: 05/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

South Korea's President Yoon Suk-yeol said on Monday the country will spare no effort to help North Korea, as the isolated nation battles a COVID-19 outbreak, and reiterated he will remain open for...

North Korea's Covid Conundrum: Managing Without Vaccines, Mass-Testing

Published: 05/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea on Monday reported eight more deaths from "fever" after recently announcing its first Covid cases, with the military deployed to resolve "supply of medicines" issues.

Hong Kong Is Tracing Covid In Sewage. Here's Why

Published: 05/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong on Sunday announced that the COVID-19 virus continues to be detected in sewage samples from some areas in the city, indicating that there may be hidden cases in premises in these areas.

'I searched for my sister for 30 years, but Covid took her from me'

Published: 05/14/2022 in BBC News - World

As a child Steve Ellis uncovered a family secret, 60 years later it led to an unexpected friendship.

North Korea's Explosive Covid Outbreak: 820,620 Cases In 3 Days

Published: 05/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea on Sunday reported 15 additional deaths from "fever" after the country recently announced its first-ever cases of Covid-19 and ordered nationwide lockdowns.

Covid: What will the pandemic look like in North Korea?

Published: 05/14/2022 in BBC News - World

North Korea has for the first time admitted it has Covid and is uniquely vulnerable to the virus.

North Korea: Covid outbreak a great disaster, says Kim Jong-un

Published: 05/14/2022 in BBC News - World

North Korea's leader blames the outbreak on bureaucratic and medical incompetence.

North Korea Reports 21 More Deaths From 'Fever' Amid Covid Outbreak

Published: 05/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea on Saturday reported 21 additional deaths from 'fever', two days after the country announced its first-ever cases of Covid-19 and ordered nationwide lockdowns.

Is China Restricting Travel Further Amid Covid Surge? China Responds

Published: 05/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China on Friday dismissed reports that it has suspended issuing passports to its citizens, or prevented people from leaving the country and stated that "such rumours aim to distort and discredit"...

North Korea's Covid Spread May Have Started At Military Parade

Published: 05/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Thousands of people unmasked and not socially distanced packed into Pyongyang's Kim Il Sung square to watch the massive military parade on April 25 to celebrate the founding anniversary of the army.

China Denies Blocking Passports To Control Covid

Published: 05/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's immigration authority responded to what it said were "foreign media reports" that falsely said the agency had suspended passport issuances.

Beijing Works From Home, Shanghai's Victory Against Covid Getting Closer

Published: 05/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing officials yesterday denied rumours of sweeping, Shanghai-style lockdown measures, urging people not to panic-buy but to stay at home. They also announced a new round of mass testing across...

$3 Billion Pledged In New Funding During Virtual Global Covid Summit

Published: 05/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden warned nations attending Thursday's virtual global summit on Covid that there was "still so much left to do" to quell the pandemic, as more than $3 billion in new funding was...

US Doctors Reflect On Fatigue, Pain Of One Million Covid Deaths

Published: 05/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Joseph Varon -- who is chief of intensive care at United Memorial, a small hospital that mainly treats minority patients in Houston -- made headlines when a photo of him hugging an elderly Covid...

Covid Deaths In Europe Cross Two Million Mark: WHO

Published: 05/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The number of people who have died from Covid-19 in Europe, the long-time epicentre of the pandemic, has passed two million, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Thursday.

US Casualties From Covid Crosses One Million, Says White House

Published: 05/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States has crossed the threshold of one million deaths from Covid, the White House said on Thursday, as cities like New York try to turn the page on the pandemic despite threats of another...

United States passes one million Covid deaths

Published: 05/12/2022 in BBC News - World

It's the highest total in the world - but the WHO thinks the true death toll may be higher elsewhere.

Half Of Covid Survivors Have 1 Symptom 2 Years After Infection: Lancet

Published: 05/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Two years after getting infected with COVID-19, half of people hospitalised with the infection have at least one symptom, a follow-up study by the medical journal The Lancet has said.

Expiring Untapped Global Vaccine Stash Adds Risks Of New Covid Variants

Published: 05/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The world finds itself awash in Covid-19 vaccines, but governments can't get them into arms fast enough, as hesitancy and logistical hurdles threaten to indefinitely extend the pandemic.

As People Move On, US Nears A Grim Milestone Of 1 Million Covid Deaths

Published: 05/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States is about to cross the threshold of one million deaths from Covid-19, a grim milestone that comes as cities like New York try to turn the page on the pandemic despite threats of...

North Korea orders strict lockdown with first official Covid cases

Published: 05/11/2022 in BBC News - World

State media report the country's first outbreak, but observers believe the virus has long been present.

North Korea Confirms 1st Covid Case, Declares "Severe National Emergency"

Published: 05/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

North Korea on Thursday confirmed its first-ever case of Covid-19, with state media declaring it a "severe national emergency incident" after more than two years of purportedly keeping the pandemic at...

Covid mask rules relaxed for EU air travel

Published: 05/11/2022 in BBC News - World

Masks will no longer have to be worn on EU flights and in airports from next Monday, new guidance says.

China Risks 1.6 Million Deaths If It Abandons Covid Zero Policy: Study

Published: 05/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A peer-reviewed study, published in the journal Nature found that China risks a "tsunami" of Covid infections that could result in 112.2 million symptomatic cases and 5.1 million hospital admissions...

"Isolating Until I'm Healthy Again": Bill Gates Tests Covid Positive

Published: 05/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said Tuesday that he has tested positive for Covid-19 and is experiencing mild symptoms.

‘If I die no-one will know’: Covid and Hong Kong’s 'cage men'

Published: 05/10/2022 in BBC News - World

The Omicron variant overwhelmed the city's healthcare system resulting in many deaths.

"Stop Asking Why": Shanghai Rages At Endless Covid Lockdown

Published: 05/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Scuffles with officials, workers storming factory gates and households raging at being dragged into quarantine -- Shanghai's long fight against Covid-19 is unravelling into chaos and desperation.

"Go Home": China's 2 Biggest Cities Tell Residents Amid Covid Outbreaks

Published: 05/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's two biggest cities tightened COVID-19 curbs on their residents on Monday, raising new frustration and even questions about the legality of its uncompromising battle with the virus.

His Shanghai Covid Policy Failed. But He Is Still Xi Jinping's Top Choice

Published: 05/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

If Shanghai Communist Party chief Li Qiang has been politically bruised by the city's struggle to tame a COVID-19 outbreak that has infuriated residents and caused severe economic damage, there is...

"Stop Asking Why": Shanghai Tightens Covid Curbs, With May Goal

Published: 05/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai is tightening its already strict COVID-19 lockdown in a fresh push to eliminate infections outside quarantined areas of China's biggest city by late this month, people familiar with the...

China's Economy Had "High Hopes" For This Year. Then, Covid Played Truant

Published: 05/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

President Xi Jinping has offered state backing for tech, infrastructure and jobs to revive China's economy, but analysts warn growth will continue to wilt until Beijing drops its rigid virus controls.

Chaos At Apple China Supplier. Reason: Shanghai Covid Curbs

Published: 05/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Quanta Shanghai Manufacturing City would seem like an ideal site to implement China's "closed-loop" management system to prevent the spread of COVID that requires staff to live and work on-site in a...

Pakistan Joins India In Questioning WHO's Covid Death Count

Published: 05/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Pakistani government has rejected the World Health Organization's (WHO) report on number of COVID-19 deaths in the country, questioning the United Nations body's methodology to collect data.

After 1 million deaths, covid leaves millions more forever changed

Published: 05/07/2022 in National

Researchers put the true toll of the pandemic at 9 million Americans — the number of spouses, parents, siblings and children who carry on with a gaping hole in their lives.

China Seeks To Make Covid Testing A Permanent Feature Of Everyday Life

Published: 05/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China is setting up thousands of permanent Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) testing stations, with 9,000 already completed in Shanghai alone, as authorities seek to "normalise" tough pandemic controls...

Tesla Could Run 2 Shifts At Plant In Covid Locked-Down Shanghai: Report

Published: 05/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Tesla is aiming to run two shifts at its Shanghai plant from May 16, an internal memo seen by Reuters said, which would enable the US carmarker to bring factory output back to levels before the city's...

Beating Covid With Chorus, Shanghai Couple's "Surreal" Wedding

Published: 05/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A couple in Shanghai have beaten Covid lockdowns and bureaucracy to tie the knot, celebrating their marriage in the car park of their housing compound after a ceremony officiated via Zoom from the...

Shanghai's Covid Outbreak, China's Worst, Is Under "Effective Control"

Published: 05/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The number of COVID-19 infections in China's financial hub of Shanghai has been on a "continuous downward trend" since April 22, the city's vice major Wu Qing said on Friday.

"How Did We Catch It?" Shanghai's Covid Lockdown Is Working, To A Point

Published: 05/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Veronica thought she did everything right by sticking to all of the COVID-19 lockdown rules in the Chinese city of Shanghai.

US Limits Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine Use Over Rare Blood Clot Risk

Published: 05/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The US said Thursday only adults who "have personal concerns" about mRNA vaccines, access issues or medical reasons for refusing them may now receive the Johnson & Johnson Covid shot, which has been...

Covid Killed Nearly 15 Million People Worldwide In 2020-21: WHO

Published: 05/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Covid-19 pandemic killed around 15 million people worldwide in 2020 and 2021, the WHO estimated Thursday -- nearly triple the number of deaths officially attributed to the disease.

World's Covid Deaths Nearly 3 Times More Than Reported, WHO's Data Shows

Published: 05/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Covid-19 pandemic killed 13.3 to 16.6 million people in 2020 and 2021, the WHO estimated Thursday -- up to triple the number of deaths attributed directly to the disease.

Covid: World’s true pandemic death toll nearly 15 million, says WHO

Published: 05/05/2022 in BBC News - World

These include deaths from Covid and from the indirect effects of the pandemic over two years worldwide.

Hong Kong Beaches Reopen To Covid Weary Residents As Outbreak Recedes

Published: 05/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Filipino domestic worker Marites Saliganan loves getting outdoors on her one day off a week, and after Hong Kong's government lifted a pandemic ban on gathering at beaches on Thursday, she and her...

Leaked China Covid Crackdown Videos Show People Beaten, Doors Welded

Published: 05/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai residents, at the hands of China's Zero-Covid policy, are being subjected to unprecedented neglect, mistreatment, and abuse, with leaked videos on social media confirming blatant human rights...

Beijing Halts Public Transport As China Continues To Fight Covid

Published: 05/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Dozens of metro stations and bus routes in Beijing have been shut down as COVID continues to spread and millions of residents in Shanghai still remain under strict lockdown even after more than a...

Nearly 13 Million US Children Infected With Covid Since Pandemic: Report

Published: 05/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Almost 13 million children in the United States have tested positive for COVID-19 since the onset of the pandemic, according to the latest report by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the...

Delhi Airport World's 2nd Busiest, Was 23rd Before Covid Pandemic: Report

Published: 05/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Delhi Airport was the world's second busiest airport in March in terms of domestic and international flights handled, said Official Airline Guide (OAG), a global travel data provider, in its recent...

"No Choice": Shanghai Residents Sent Out Of City During Covid Crackdown

Published: 05/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

In the middle of the night, Shanghai resident Lucy said she and her neighbours were forced into buses and taken hundreds of kilometres away from the locked-down Chinese metropolis to a makeshift...

China Covid outbreak: Beijing residents must test negative to enter public spaces

Published: 04/30/2022 in BBC News - World

China's capital imposes major new restrictions in a bid to curb a spike in cases.

Child hepatitis cases falsely linked to Covid vaccine

Published: 04/29/2022 in BBC News - World

None of the affected children in the UK had been vaccinated because they were too young to be eligible.

South Africa Warns Of Covid 5th Wave As Cases Rise

Published: 04/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

South Africa may be entering a fifth COVID-19 infection wave earlier than expected, after a sustained rise in infections over the past 14 days, Health Minister Joe Phaahla said on Friday.

Beijing Extends Covid Curbs As Lockdown Anger In Shanghai Grows

Published: 04/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's capital Beijing closed more gyms, malls, cinemas and apartment blocks on Friday, with authorities ramping up contact tracing to contain a COVID-19 outbreak.

Moderna Seeks US Approval For Covid Vaccine For Children Under 6

Published: 04/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US biotech firm Moderna said Thursday it had submitted a request for an emergency use authorization in the United States for its Covid vaccine for children aged six months to under six years.

Taiwan's Daily Covid Infections Cross 10,000 Mark After Zero-Covid Shift

Published: 04/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Taiwan recorded more than 10,000 new infections for the first time on Thursday following the government's decision to move away from its zero-Covid strategy and begin living with the coronavirus.

Chinese Megacity Cancels Flights, Mass Tests After 1 Suspected Covid Case

Published: 04/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Chinese megacity of Guangzhou cancelled hundreds of flights Thursday and launched mass testing of 5.6 million people after one suspected Covid case, as the battle to contain the coronavirus sweeps...

Malaysia To Ease Covid Restrictions, Eases Mask Mandate

Published: 04/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Malaysia will ease more COVID-19 curbs from the start of next month, including lifting restrictions on those who are not vaccinated against the coronavirus and scrapping the need to wear masks...

Beijing Focusses On Mass Covid Testing As Locked-Down Shanghai Seethes

Published: 04/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The second round of COVID-19 testing in Beijing's largest district began on Wednesday, with this week's campaign to screen most of the Chinese capital's 22 million residents so far detecting less than...

Nearly 60% Of US Population Had Covid By February: Health Body

Published: 04/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

By February of this year, 58 percent of the US population -- more than 190 million people -- had been infected with Covid, according to an antibody survey by the Centers for Disease Control and...

US Vice President Kamala Harris Tests Positive For Covid

Published: 04/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US Vice President Kamala Harris tested positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday but is asymptomatic and not considered a current close contact of President Joe Biden, the White House said.

Only 1 In 4 Covid Patients Feel Fully Recovered After A Year: UK Study

Published: 04/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A year after having COVID-19, only around one in four hospitalised patients feel fully recovered, according to a UK study published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine journal which found that the...

Beijing Launches Mass Covid Testing As Cases Rise

Published: 04/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing on Tuesday launched mass coronavirus testing for nearly all its 21 million residents, as fears grew that the Chinese capital may be placed under a strict lockdown like Shanghai.

Mix-And-Match Of Booster Shot Offers Best Protection Against Covid: Study

Published: 04/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Giving a different vaccine as the third dose than was received for the first two shots leads to better performance compared to using the booster of same preventive, according to a study published in...

Beijing kicks off mass testing after spike in Covid cases

Published: 04/24/2022 in BBC News - World

Dozens of cases were reported, sparking fears that Beijing could face a similar situation to Shanghai.

Shanghai Reports Its Highest Daily Covid Deaths As China Ramps Up Curbs

Published: 04/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai reported 39 Covid deaths Sunday, its highest daily toll despite weeks of lockdowns, while China's capital Beijing warned of a "grim" situation with rising infections.

Shanghai Reports 12 New Covid Deaths As Frustrations Boil Over

Published: 04/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The major financial hub of Shanghai reported 12 new COVID-19 related deaths on April 22, up from 11 the previous day, as frustrations among residents continued to boil over amid a harsh lockdown and...

Nobel Laureate Mario Vargas Llosa Hospitalised With Covid

Published: 04/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Mario Vargas Llosa, the 2010 winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, has been hospitalised after contracting Covid-19, but his condition is "developing favourably," his son said on Friday.

China Censors Own National Anthem Used To Protest Covid Curbs

Published: 04/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

People in Shanghai and other Chinese cities have been using words from national anthem to protest the stringent Covid curbs clamped on them.

British Patient Suffered Longest-Known Case Of Covid Before Dying: Report

Published: 04/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The patient had fallen victim to 10 mutations of coronavirus, including Alpha, Gamma and the Omicron.

Shanghai escalates Covid lockdown restrictions

Published: 04/21/2022 in BBC News - World

The latest measures will include placing door alarms to prevent those infected from leaving.

WHO "Strongly Recommends" Pfizer's Antiviral Covid pill

Published: 04/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The World Health Organization said Friday it "strongly recommended" Pfizer's Covid-19 antiviral pill Paxlovid for patients with milder forms of the disease who were still at a high risk of...

Shanghai People 'Not Free To Fly' Out Of Homes As Covid Cases Tick Back Up

Published: 04/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai authorities said on Thursday tough restrictions would remain in place for now even in districts which managed to cut COVID-19 transmission to zero, as the number of cases outside quarantined...

Shanghai Official Covid Death Count Rises To 25

Published: 04/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai logged eight official Covid-19 deaths on Thursday, reporting a mounting death toll even as daily cases appear to be tapering off and some residents are finally free to venture outside under...

Covid: Woman caught virus twice within record 20 days

Published: 04/20/2022 in BBC News - World

Spanish researchers say it's the shortest-known gap between two coronavirus infections.

Shanghai Cautiously Eases Lockdown As Covid Deaths Rise

Published: 04/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai further eased its weeks-long Covid-19 lockdown on Wednesday despite mounting deaths and tens of thousands of new cases -- but some residents are furious that uneven enforcement is still...

7 More Covid Deaths In Shanghai Today, Count Rises To 17

Published: 04/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported seven Covid-19 deaths in Shanghai on Wednesday, raising the toll in the city to 17 fatalities as authorities struggled to rein in infections despite a gruelling, weeks-long lockdown.

"Everything Cellophane-Wrapped": Hong Kong Covid Rules' Environment Cost

Published: 04/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong arrivals meet plastic everywhere in quarantine hotels: Remote controls are wrapped in cellophane, pillows are encased in plastic bags, food comes with plastic cutlery.

US Court Strikes Down Covid Mask Mandate For Public Transport

Published: 04/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A federal judge on Monday struck down the Covid-19 mask mandate for public transportation imposed by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

What's The New Covid Omicron XE Variant And Should I Be Worried?

Published: 04/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A "recombinant" coronavirus variant has emerged, dubbed "Omicron XE", which is the result of two Omicron strains merging together in a single host and then going on to infect others.

Shanghai: China reports three dead in latest Covid outbreak

Published: 04/17/2022 in BBC News - World

Official figures earlier said there had been no Covid-linked deaths in Shanghai since 2020.

China May Not Achieve Growth Targets Amid Covid Surge: Report

Published: 04/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's Zero-COVID policy and its highhandedness in handling the COVID crisis is causing hiccups in supply chains, delays at ports and lockdown in Shanghai which in turn is posing a grave threat to...

How China's Covid Flare-Up Has A "Very High" Economic Cost

Published: 04/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The mounting cost of China's zero-Covid policy threatens to derail Beijing's ambitious GDP target, analysts say, as supply chains snarl, ports face delays and Shanghai remains mired in lockdown.

More Chinese Cities Impose Covid Curbs As Cases Rise In Shanghai

Published: 04/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai reported a record number of symptomatic COVID-19 cases on Saturday and other areas across China imposed restrictions as the country kept up its "dynamic clearance" approach that aims to stamp...

Shanghai Sees Record Symptomatic Covid Cases As New Lockdowns Imposed

Published: 04/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's financial centre Shanghai reported a new record number of symptomatic COVID-19 cases on Saturday as the country imposed new lockdowns, underscoring its "dynamic clearance" approach to COVID...

Covid China: Elderly deaths contradict Shanghai figures

Published: 04/15/2022 in BBC News - World

Official figures claim there have been no Covid deaths in the current outbreak.

China Covid: Clashes in Shanghai over lockdown evictions

Published: 04/15/2022 in BBC News - World

Residents have been forced from their homes as apartments are turned into quarantine centres.

Shanghai lockdown: How Covid tests China's 'Great Firewall'

Published: 04/14/2022 in BBC News - World

Videos appearing to show people suffering in Shanghai's lockdown have gone viral, stretching censors.

Covid Far From Becoming Endemic: WHO

Published: 04/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Covid-19 is far from becoming an endemic disease and could still trigger large epidemics around the globe, the World Health Organization said Thursday.

Pfizer To Seek US Authorisation For 3rd Covid Shot In Children

Published: 04/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Pfizer and BioNTech on Thursday announced positive results from a clinical trial on the safety and immune response of a third dose of their Covid vaccine in children aged five through 11, adding they...

WHO Experts Insist Covid Still A Global Emergency

Published: 04/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The WHO's emergency committee on Covid-19 on Wednesday unanimously affirmed that the virus remains a major public health danger and insisted that countries must stop dropping their guard.

Shanghai Vows Punishment For Covid Lockdown Violators As Cases Hit 25,000

Published: 04/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Chinese commercial capital of Shanghai warned on Wednesday that anyone who violates COVID-19 lockdown rules will be dealt with strictly, while also rallying people to defend their city as its...

US Orders Non-Essential Staff To Leave China's Shanghai Amid Covid Spike

Published: 04/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States has ordered all non-essential employees at its Shanghai consulate to leave over concerns about their safety, an embassy spokesperson said in a statement Tuesday.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth On Covid Fight: Left Me "Very Tired, Exhausted"

Published: 04/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Britain's Queen Elizabeth said COVID-19 had left "one very tired and exhausted" as she talked to health workers and a former patient about her own experience of "this horrible pandemic".

Shanghai's Plan To Ease Covid Curbs Despite Record Rise In Cases

Published: 04/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai has classed residential units into three risk categories, to allow those in areas with no positive cases during a two-week stretch to engage in "appropriate activity" in their neighbourhoods,...

"Horrible Pandemic": Queen Elizabeth Recalls Time She Contracted Covid

Published: 04/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, who turns 96 soon, has spoken of serious fatigue after she contracted Covid-19 in February despite aides downplaying her illness.

As China Tightens Covid Norms, Shanghai Questions Human Cost Of Quarantines

Published: 04/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai has become a test case for the country's strict policy. Home quarantine is not an option and, until public outrage prompted a change, Shanghai was separating COVID-positive children from...

US Concerns Over Covid Curbs "Groundless Accusations": China

Published: 04/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's foreign ministry expressed "strong dissatisfaction" with the United States late on Saturday after it raised concerns over China's coronavirus control measures.

China's Epicentre Shanghai's Covid Cases Keep Rising

Published: 04/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai reported nearly 25,000 locally transmitted COVID-19 infections on Sunday, as residents of China's most populous city voiced complaints over food and basic supplies and concern spread that...

"Our Work Not Enough": Shanghai Official Admits Failures In Covid Handling

Published: 04/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai's vice mayor admitted to shortcomings in the city's handling of its COVID-19 outbreak as a record 23,600 new cases were reported on Saturday, while the U.S. allowed non-essential staff and...

US Warns Of "Arbitrary" Covid Measures In China As Shanghai Fights Surge

Published: 04/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States on Saturday warned of "arbitrary" Covid-19 measures in China and said it would let some staff leave its Shanghai consulate amid a surge of infections in the locked-down megacity.

US OKs Non-Essential Personnel Departure From Shanghai Amid Covid Spike

Published: 04/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States on Friday authorized the "voluntary departure" of non-essential personnel from its consulate in Shanghai and recommended that Americans not travel to China due to tough Covid...

Moderna Recalls Thousands Of Covid Doses In Europe. Here's Why

Published: 04/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Moderna Inc said on Friday it was recalling 764,900 doses of its COVID-19 vaccine made by its contract manufacturer Rovi after a vial was found contaminated by a foreign body.

US Closely Monitoring Covid Lockdown In Shanghai: White House

Published: 04/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Biden administration is closely monitoring a coronavirus lockdown in Shanghai that could cause delays to air cargo, White house press secretary Jen Psaki said on Friday.

China Covid pandemic: Xi hails response as Shanghai hits record

Published: 04/08/2022 in BBC News - World

The Chinese leader's comments come as infections rise and residents complain of food shortages.

Xi's Praise For China's "Gold Medal" Covid Response Amid Shanghai Spike

Published: 04/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's President Xi Jinping praised the country's "tested" zero-Covid strategy on Friday, even as Shanghai authorities prepared nearly 130,000 beds for Covid-19 patients amid surging cases and...

Shanghai Increases Covid Testing Amid Massive Covid Outbreak

Published: 04/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai on Friday announced a record 21,000 new cases and a third consecutive day of COVID testing as a lockdown of its 26 million people showed no sign of easing and Chinese cities tightened curbs -...

Over 2/3rd Africans May Have Had Covid, 97 Times More Than Reported: WHO

Published: 04/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

More than two-thirds of Africans may have contracted Covid-19 over the past two years, around 97 times more than reported infections, a World Health Organization report suggested on Thursday.

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Tests Covid Positive

Published: 04/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic speaker of the US House of Representatives, has tested positive for Covid-19, her spokesman said Thursday.

Shanghai May Target International Flights Amid Covid Spike: Report

Published: 04/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Chinese authorities are telling foreign airlines they must have more empty seats on international flights when they arrive at Shanghai's Pudong airport, sources said on Thursday, as part of measures...

Shanghai: Residents 'running out of food' in Covid lockdown

Published: 04/07/2022 in BBC News - World

Some living in China's biggest city say they're struggling to get supplies weeks into lockdown.

Covid: Blood clot risk higher for six months after having virus

Published: 04/06/2022 in BBC News - World

Lung and leg clots were much more likely in seriously ill patients, but mild cases can be affected.

Covid Increases Risk Of Blood Clots For Up To 6 Months: Study

Published: 04/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

People who have had Covid-19 have an increased risk of developing serious blood clots for up to six months after getting infected, even in mild cases, a study said Thursday.

Japan To Lift Covid Entry Ban For 106 Countries Including US

Published: 04/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Japan plans to ease COVID 19-related border restrictions by lifting its entry ban for foreign nationals from 106 countries including the United States, Britain and France on Friday, the government...

Shanghai Scrambles To Secure Food Supplies Amid Covid Lockdown

Published: 04/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Residents in the major Chinese financial centre of Shanghai, with 26 million under lockdown, scrambled to secure food on Wednesday, with supermarkets shut and deliveries restricted amid another...

China Reports 20,000 Daily Covid Cases, Highest Since Start Of Pandemic

Published: 04/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported over 20,000 Covid-19 cases on Wednesday, the highest daily tally given since the start of the pandemic, with Shanghai the heart of the virus surge despite being in lockdown.

"So Many Bodies Piled Up": Hong Kong Funeral Services Reel Under Covid

Published: 04/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Traditional wooden coffins are running short in Hong Kong as authorities scramble to add mortuary space in the global financial hub's battle on COVID-19, which is swamping funeral parlours.

China Variants and Omicron XE Put Fresh Focus on Covid Mutations

Published: 04/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The disclosure of new Covid variants emerging in China and the rise of a potentially more transmissible strain in the U.K. has recast the spotlight on the ongoing risk of the virus, even as health...

Shanghai Covid lockdown extended to entire city

Published: 04/05/2022 in BBC News - World

China's financial hub is now subject to indefinite restrictions after Covid cases hit a new high.

China Sends Military, Doctors To Covid Test 26 Million Shanghai Residents

Published: 04/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China sent the military and thousands of healthcare workers into Shanghai to help execute COVID19 tests for all of its 26 million residents on Monday, in one of its biggest ever

EasyJet cancels 100 flights due to Covid absences

Published: 04/03/2022 in BBC News - World

The airline cancels scores of flights as UK airports also struggle with high levels of staff sickness.

To Curb Spread Of Covid, This Chinese City Asks All Residents To Self-Test

Published: 04/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai on Sunday ordered its 26 million residents to undergo two more rounds of tests for COVID-19 as public anger grows over how authorities in China's most populous city are tackling a record...

China Reports Over 13,000 New Covid Cases As Outbreak Spreads

Published: 04/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China Sunday reported 13,146 Covid cases, the highest since the peak of the first wave more than two years ago, as the highly transmissible Omicron variant spread to more than a dozen provinces.

New Covid Variant XE Found In UK, More Transmissible Than Omicron: WHO

Published: 04/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A new Covid variant has been found in the UK, the World Health Organisation said in its latest report. The new mutant, called XE, may be more transmissible than any strain of COVID-19, the health body...

World Gets Its 1st Nasal Covid Jab As Russia Registers Sputnik V Version

Published: 04/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Russian Health Ministry has registered the nasal version of Sputnik V, the world's first nasal vaccine against COVID-19.

China: Shanghai hospital struggles with Covid infections

Published: 04/01/2022 in BBC News - World

Authorities have yet to announce Covid deaths, but hospital workers have described a dire situation.

Coronavirus LIVE: India Reports Over 1,300 New Covid Cases In 24 Hours

Published: 04/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

India on Friday reported 1,335 fresh COVID-19 cases, taking the total number of coronavirus infections to 4,30,25,775. India also recorded 28 Covid-related deaths in the last 24 hours, bringing the...

What we now know about long Covid

Published: 04/01/2022 in BBC News - World

Why are so many people still living with long Covid after two years and are there any hopes for treatment?

China's Shanghai Expands Covid Curbs. 26 Million People In Lockdown

Published: 03/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's commercial hub of Shanghai ground to halt on Friday after the government locked down most of the city's 26 million residents to stop the spread of COVID-19, even as official numbers put local...

Robot Patrols Shanghai Streets With COVID Announcements, Internet Amused

Published: 03/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A video has surfaced online which shows a robot patrolling the streets of Shanghai on four legs and making announcements to the residents of a street.

"We Implore Residents...": China's Shanghai Urges Covid Lockdown Patience

Published: 03/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai authorities on Thursday appealed to residents to keep cooperating with tight curbs imposed to stop COVID-19 spreading, saying they recognised their frustrations as China's most populous city...

"Making Up For Two Years": South Korea's "Revenge Travel" Amid Covid Surge

Published: 03/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

After spending two years being socially distanced in his home country of South Korea, Kim Hoe-jun booked a last-minute flight to Hawaii, where he had enjoyed his honeymoon six years ago, giving in to...

South Africa's Covid Deaths Could Be 3 Times The Official Count (100,000)

Published: 03/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

South Africa has registered a total of more than 100,000 Covid deaths, according to official figures released Wednesday, but actual fatalities are believed to be much higher.

Biden Gets 2nd Covid Booster Shot, Says Virus No Longer Dominates

Published: 03/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden received a second Covid-19 vaccine booster shot Wednesday and urged Americans to keep their guard up, while declaring that the pandemic no longer dominates the country.

China's Growth Could Be Severely Affected Amid Zero Covid Policy: Report

Published: 03/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

In the last few weeks, China has seen its worst COVID outbreak since the initial height of the pandemic in early 2020 when the economy slumped. The latest surge in cases could hit first-quarter gross...

Covid closures still affecting 400 million pupils - Unicef

Published: 03/29/2022 in BBC News - World

Schools in 23 countries are still partially or fully closed because of Covid, Unicef warns.

In Shanghai, Bankers And Traders Sleep In Offices To Beat Covid Lockdown

Published: 03/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

More than 20,000 bankers, traders and other workers are bedding down in office towers in Shanghai's Lujiazui district as they bid to keep China's giant financial hub ticking over through a COVID-19...

Shanghai Bars All From Leaving Homes, Allowed Out Only To Get Covid Test

Published: 03/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai cranked up lockdown restrictions for people residing in the eastern half of the city, barring everyone from leaving their homes even to walk their dogs as local daily Covid-19 infections...

Singapore Doctor Caught Injecting Saline Solution Instead Of Covid Vaccine

Published: 03/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A Singapore doctor, linked to an anti-vaccination group, has been suspended after being accused of injecting patients with saline solution instead of a COVID-19 vaccine, and uploading false...

Kenya to receive millions seized in Jersey to help fight Covid

Published: 03/28/2022 in BBC News - World

In a novel scheme, Jersey will send millions of dollars back to Kenya to buy life-saving equipment.

Elon Musk Says He "Supposedly" Has Covid Again, "Almost No Symptoms"

Published: 03/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Elon Musk, the SpaceX and Tesla CEO, today indicated that he has been reinfected with COVID-19 but has "almost no symptoms". The tech billionaire was infected with the virus in November 2020 as well...

US Secretary of State Will Test For Covid After Having Met Israeli PM

Published: 03/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will test for COVID-19 on Monday after having met Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett in Jerusalem the previous day, a State Department spokesperson said

Shanghai Covid: Oil prices slide after city starts lockdown

Published: 03/27/2022 in BBC News - World

The nine-day lockdown of Shanghai is China's largest since the coronavirus outbreak began.

Pakistan Accumulates Over $10 Billion In New Debt During Covid: Report

Published: 03/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Asian Development Bank released a report which states that Pakistan has accumulated over USD10 billion in new debt during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Shanghai Covid: China announces largest city-wide lockdown

Published: 03/27/2022 in BBC News - World

The financial hub will be locked down in two phases, in China's biggest city-wide lockdown yet.

China's Shanghai To Impose Phased Lockdown To Curb Covid Outbreak

Published: 03/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Shanghai will launch a phased lockdown to curb an Omicron-fuelled Covid-19 outbreak that has hit China with its highest caseloads since the early days of the pandemic, the city government said Sunday.

New World Order? One-Two Punch Of Covid And War Rattle Globalisation

Published: 03/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Globalisation, which has both fans and detractors alike, is being tested like never before after the one-two punch of Covid and war.

EU Drug Watchdog Approves AstraZeneca's Covid Prevention Jab 'Evusheld'

Published: 03/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The EU's drug watchdog on Thursday recommended for approval AstraZeneca's Covid-19 prevention cocktail, which can be used for patients with immune system problems or severe reactions to other...

Small lab that got $187 million for covid testing put patients in ‘jeopardy’

Published: 03/24/2022 in National

O'Hare Clinical Lab Services became a testing juggernaut by setting up a nationwide network of pop-up sites. A Washington Post examination of its rise illustrates ongoing shortcomings of the federal response to the pandemic and provides a portrait of a freewheeling segment of the testing industry that ballooned amid a massive infusion of government funds.

Covid Makes Comeback In US As Omicron BA.2 Variant Becomes Dominant

Published: 03/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Covid is making its latest comeback in parts of the northeastern United States as BA.2 coronavirus variant becomes dominant in the country, officials, while urging Congress to pass new funding or risk...

Infant Covid Vaccine Succeeded In Trial, Says Moderna

Published: 03/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US biotech firm Moderna on Wednesday said it was pursuing regulatory approval for its Covid vaccine in children aged six months to six years after the two-shot regimen was found to be safe and...

China's Shanghai Denies Lockdown Rumours As It Nears 1,000 Covid Cases

Published: 03/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Authorities in the Chinese city of Shanghai have denied rumours of a city-wide lockdown after a sixth straight increase in daily asymptomatic coronavirus cases pushed its count to record levels...

Omicron BA.2 Subvariant Gaining Ground In US, Covid Tests Show

Published: 03/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The omicron subvariant BA.2 is continuing to gain ground in the U.S., according to Covid-19 tests sequenced over the last two weeks.

China Locks Down Millions More As Covid Spreads

Published: 03/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China on Sunday imposed stay-at-home orders on millions more people in the country's northeast as it battles its biggest COVID-19 outbreak in two years.

As Covid Cases Rise Globally, WHO Lists 3 Misleading Claims On Omicron

Published: 03/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

TheWorld Health Organisation (WHO) on Saturday said that several factors, including misinformation, are fueling the recent surge globally.

China Reports First 2 Covid Deaths Since January 2021 Amid Omicron Surge

Published: 03/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported its first two Covid-19 deaths in more than a year on Saturday, the National Health Commission said, both coming in the northeastern province of Jilin as the country faces its worst case...

Hong Kong: 'My employer kicked me out because I caught Covid'

Published: 03/18/2022 in BBC News - World

'Lenlen' is one of several foreign domestic workers made homeless amid Hong Kong's Covid wave.

A family flew to rescue their grandma from Ukraine. Visa issues and a covid outbreak have them stuck in Poland.

Published: 03/18/2022 in National

What was supposed to be a relatively quick trip to bring home Hanna Khmyz has turned into an extended stay with no return because of visa issues and now a coronavirus outbreak, the family said.

China's Tech Hub Eases Covid Curbs To "Minimise Impact" On Economy

Published: 03/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's southern tech powerhouse Shenzhen has partially eased lockdown measures, after President Xi Jinping stressed the need to "minimise the impact" of the coronavirus pandemic on the nation's...

Holi 2022: India celebrates festival of colours as Covid cases dip

Published: 03/18/2022 in BBC News - World

The festival of Holi marks the beginning of spring in the country.

Xi Hints At Tweak In China Covid Strategy Amid Worst Outbreak Since Wuhan

Published: 03/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Chinese President Xi Jinping has pledged to reduce the economic impact of his Covid-fighting measures, signaling a shift in a longstanding strategy that has minimized fatalities but weighed heavily on...

Moderna Seeks Emergency Approval For Second Covid Booster For US Adults

Published: 03/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Moderna announced Thursday it had asked the United States drug regulator for emergency authorization for a second booster shot of the company's Covid-19 vaccine for all adults.

Covid Cases Are Climbing In The US

Published: 03/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Covid cases are dropping in the U.S. and mask mandates are being repealed all over. Yet over a third of the wastewater sample sites across the U.S. showed rising Covid-19 levels in the first 10 days...

How One Country Is Beating Covid Despite 600,000 New Cases A Day

Published: 03/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

South Korea has reached two seemingly contradictory pandemic milestones: It recorded more than 600,000 new Covid-19 infections on Thursday, the most of anywhere in the world.

Flu, Covid And Flurona: What We Can And Cant Expect This Winter

Published: 03/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

When it comes to respiratory viruses, COVID has been our greatest concern over the past two winters. So you might feel some aspects of dj vu as winter 2022 approaches.

"Tip Of The Iceberg": WHO On 11 Million New Global Covid Cases Last Week

Published: 03/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Figures showing a global rise in COVID-19 cases could herald a much bigger problem as some countries also report a drop in testing rates, the WHO said on Tuesday, warning nations to remain vigilant...

New Covid Variant Detected In Israel: 5 Points

Published: 03/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Israel said that it had recorded two cases of a new Covid variant. "This variant is still unknown around the world," Israel's ministry of health said in a statement. Although Israel's pandemic...

Covid: Why US students are staging walkouts over masks

Published: 03/16/2022 in BBC News - World

Schools across the US are dropping mask mandates - but students are divided over the issue.

Fourth Covid Shot Provides Little Benefit Against Omicron: Study

Published: 03/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A fourth dose of existing mRNA Covid-19 vaccines may have only "marginal benefits" for younger, healthy adults, according to a new Israeli study published Wednesday in the New England Journal of...

Israel Records New Covid Variant

Published: 03/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Israel's ministry of health said Wednesday it had recorded two cases of new Covid variant, but which officials said they were not unduly worried about.

Morgues Overflowing As Hong Kong Suffers Deadly Covid Wave

Published: 03/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Workers in PPE gear in Hong Kong carted the bodies of coronavirus victims into refrigerated shipping containers on Wednesday, as the city's morgues run out of space from a deadly Omicron surge.

Pfizer Seeks Approval For Fourth Covid Vaccine Shot In US

Published: 03/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Pfizer and BioNTech announced Tuesday they had formally asked the United States drug regulator for emergency approval of a second booster shot of their Covid vaccine for people aged 65 and older.

China vs Covid: Hazmat Suits On Streets, Police Tape Around Whole Blocks

Published: 03/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A Shanghai pedestrian swarmed by hazmat-clad health officials, police tape wrapped around entire blocks, and panic buying at a Shenzhen shopping centre: China is returning to virus controls many hoped...

Covid Cases Increasing Again In US? A Big Warning

Published: 03/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A wastewater network that monitors for Covid-19 trends is warning that cases are once again rising in many parts of the U.S., according to an analysis of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

China: Businesses shut as officials widen Covid lockdowns

Published: 03/14/2022 in BBC News - World

Toyota, Volkswagen and Apple supplier Foxconn are among those halting operations.

Top China Covid Fighter Is Woman, 71, Her Videos Go Viral

Published: 03/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Among the resources President Xi Jinping has deployed to arrest surging Covid deaths in Hong Kong is the Communist Party's pandemic fighter: a 71-year-old woman whose career at the near-top...

The 71-Year-Old Woman Who Is Leading China's Covid Fight

Published: 03/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Among the resources President Xi Jinping has deployed to arrest surging Covid deaths is the Communist Party's pandemic fighter: a 71-year-old woman whose career at the near-top illuminates the glass...

Former US President Barack Obama Tests Positive For Covid

Published: 03/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Barack Obama has tested positive for a mild case of Covid-19, the former US president said on his Twitter account Sunday.

China Shuts Tech Hub Over 66 Covid Cases. 17 Million People In Lockdown

Published: 03/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The southern Chinese tech hub Shenzhen was put under a citywide lockdown Sunday, the local government announced, after it reported 66 new coronavirus cases and sealed off the central business...

Almost 3,400 New Covid Cases In China, Highest Daily Spike In 2 Years

Published: 03/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported 3,393 new Covid-19 cases Sunday, the National Health Commission said, the highest daily figure since February 2020.

France Offers Covid Vaccine Fourth Dose To People Over 80s

Published: 03/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

France is offering a fourth dose of a coronavirus vaccine to people older than 80 who had their booster more than three months ago, the prime minister said Saturday.

"Living With Virus Like Flu": Australia Wants To Relax More Covid Rules

Published: 03/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the nation's political leaders want to move to a new phase of living with COVID-19 as though it were the flu, but would consult health experts.

Conspiracy Theorists Move To Ukraine Crisis After Covid Disinformation

Published: 03/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As attention fixes on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, so do conspiracy theorists who actively push Kremlin propaganda online after two years of sharing disinformation about the coronavirus.

China's Biggest Covid Surge In 2 Years, City Of 9 Million Shut: 10 Points

Published: 03/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A Chinese city with a population of 9 million has been ordered to lock down as the country reported its highest daily surge of coronavirus cases in two years on Friday.

China's Biggest Covid Surge In Two Years

Published: 03/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported its highest daily total of coronavirus cases in two years on Friday as authorities in Shanghai and other major cities stepped up targeted lockdowns and testing to halt the highly...

18 Million Died Of Covid Worldwide, 3 Times Official Tally: Study

Published: 03/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The pandemic's death count may be three times higher than official Covid-19 records suggest, according to a study that found stark differences across countries and regions.

Covid: Austria suspends compulsory vaccination mandate

Published: 03/09/2022 in BBC News - World

The country was days away from enforcing compulsory vaccinations for almost all over-18s with fines.

Even Mild Covid Infection Can Cause Brain Shrinkage: Oxford-Led Study

Published: 03/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Even mild infection with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, can lead to shrinkage in brain areas related to smell, according to a study led by researchers at the University of Oxford.

Covid Can Shrink Brain As Much As Decade Of Aging, Claims Study

Published: 03/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Even a mild case of Covid-19 can damage the brain and addle thinking, scientists found in a study that highlights the illness's alarming impact on mental function.

2 Years Of Pandemic: World Learns "Living With Covid" And Virus Fatigue

Published: 03/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Two years after the official start of the pandemic, some countries are now trying to "live with Covid", however scientists warn that potential new variants and unequal vaccination rates threaten any...

No Quarantine For Vaccinated Arrivals As Saudi Arabia Lifts Covid Curbs

Published: 03/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Saudi Arabia said Saturday it was lifting most Covid restrictions including social distancing in public spaces and quarantine for vaccinated arrivals, moves that could facilitate the arrival of Muslim...

"Blind Leading The Blind...": Hong Kong's Covid Blunder As Cases Spiral

Published: 03/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

While Hong Kong clings to its "zero-COVID" policy, frustrations in the city are boiling over, workplace morale is being hit hard and families are splitting as a growing number of people, especially...

Hong Kong's "Dynamic Zero" Covid Policy Flails As Cases Spiral

Published: 03/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong's subway operator, bus companies and one of the city's biggest supermarket chains said they were reducing services this week due to a worsening COVID-19 outbreak that has seen daily...

WHO Gives Nod To Merck Covid Pill For Non-Severe, At-Risk Patients

Published: 03/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The World Health Organization on Wednesday recommended an anti-Covid pill be taken by sufferers who have mild symptoms but are at high risk of hospitalisation, such as older people or the...

Japan, Hit By Omicron, Set To Extend Covid Curbs After "Deadliest" Month

Published: 03/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Japan prepared on Wednesday to extend infection controls in some regions amid high numbers of hospital patients hit by the Omicron variant of COVID-19.

Won't "Accept Living With Covid": Biden's Message To Pandemic-Weary US

Published: 03/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden said the United States will "never just accept living with Covid," as he used his State of the Union address to rally weary Americans facing their third year of the pandemic.

Don't Panic Or Scramble: Hong Kong Calms Residents Fearful Of Covid Curbs

Published: 03/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong's government said any decision to impose a COVID-19 lockdown would take into account the global financial hub's status and ensure basic needs such as food and urged anxious residents who...

China Should Eventually "Co-Exist" With Covid, Says Top Scientist

Published: 03/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China should aim to co-exist with the virus and could move away from its zero-Covid strategy "in the near future," a top Chinese scientist said in a possible sign that the country's leadership is...

This hospital tried to save a covid patient. Conspiracy theorists targeted it.

Published: 02/25/2022 in National

Valley Regional Hospital was flooded with calls and emails connected to its treatment of a covid patient.

EU Approves Moderna Covid Vaccine For Children 6-11

Published: 02/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The European Union's drug watchdog Thursday approved Moderna's anti-Covid shot for children aged six to 11, the second vaccine to be approved for younger children in the 27-member bloc.

Queen Elizabeth II Cancels 2 Virtual Engagements Due To Covid: Buckingham

Published: 02/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Queen Elizabeth II has cancelled two engagements on Thursday after she tested positive for coronavirus at the weekend, Buckingham Palace said.

US Truckers Launch Canada-Style 'People's Convoy' Against Covid Rules

Published: 02/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hundreds of truckers and their supporters gathered in southern California on Wednesday ahead of a planned convoy across the United States to protest against pandemic restrictions.

Hong Kong Imposes 3 Rounds Of Mandatory Covid Tests As Crisis Surges

Published: 02/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong's population must undergo three rounds of compulsory coronavirus testing, the city's leader said Tuesday, as she confirmed mainland Chinese officials were stepping up oversight of the...

Hong Kong orders compulsory Covid tests for all its citizens

Published: 02/22/2022 in BBC News - World

All 7.5 million residents must undergo testing as the city battles surging infection rates.

After unexplained absence, Fox News’ Neil Cavuto tells viewers his second bout with covid landed him in the ICU

Published: 02/22/2022 in National

Cavuto, who is immunocompromised, has said he is fully vaccinated.

Queen Elizabeth II, 95, Cancels Engagements Over Covid Symptoms

Published: 02/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Queen Elizabeth II has cancelled her planned virtual engagements for Tuesday due to "mild" coronavirus symptoms, Buckingham Palace said.

How China Appears To Be Blocking Investigation On Covid Origins

Published: 02/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Chinese President Xi Jinping's deployment of an army general to take charge of Wuhan labs makes it clear that Xi was never transparent about the origin of the virus and it was merely to set false...

Hong Kong Finds Covid In Samples From 1,400 Brazil, Poland Packages

Published: 02/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong authorities said they found COVID19 in samples taken from the packaging of imports of frozen beef from Brazil and frozen pork skin from Poland, vowing to step up

Explained: How Covid Nasal Swab Test Works And Why It Hurts

Published: 02/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Healthcare professionals take the sample from nasopharynx in the upper respiratory tract, which hurt a lot.

New Zealand PM Says May Ease Covid Rules Amid Protests; No Deadline Yet

Published: 02/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

New Zealand will lift COVID-19 vaccine mandates and social distancing measures after the Omicron peak has passed, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday, as protesters occupying the parliament...

Covid: Australia's border reopens to international visitors

Published: 02/20/2022 in BBC News - World

It allows tourists to enter and families to reunite for the first time in nearly two years.

PM Modi Wishes UK's Queen Elizabeth Speedy Recovery From Covid

Published: 02/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday wished a speedy recovery to Britain's Queen Elizabeth II from Covid-19.

Israel To Admit Unvaccinated Tourists As Covid Cases Decline

Published: 02/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Israel will allow unvaccinated tourists entry for the first time since the pandemic began as infections and deaths caused by the coronavirus decline, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett announced on...

Australia Opens Borders After Two Years Of "Fortress"-Level Covid Curbs

Published: 02/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia opens its international borders to all vaccinated tourists Monday, nearly two years after the island nation first imposed some of the world's strictest Covid-19 travel restrictions.

Queen Elizabeth Tests Positive For Covid At Age 95

Published: 02/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Britain's 95-year-old Queen Elizabeth II tested positive for Covid-19 on Sunday but her symptoms are "mild" and she intends to continue with light duties at her Windsor Castle residence, aides said.

Britain To Set Out Plans To Scrap Covid Self-Isolation Rules

Published: 02/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson intends to set out plans next week to remove self-isolation requirements for people infected with COVID-19, his office said on Saturday.

Hospital Crisis In Hong Kong Amid Worst-Ever Covid Outbreak

Published: 02/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong is in the throes of its worst-ever coronavirus outbreak, as residents are suddenly confronted with a severely overstretched healthcare system and a tightening of restrictions even as much of...

Hong Kong Postpones Picking New Leader Amid Worst-Ever Covid Outbreak

Published: 02/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong on Friday said it would postpone plans to pick the city's new leader, in a fresh blow for the government as it struggles to tackle a wave of coronavirus cases.

Climate change: Covid shutdown linked to record rainfall in China

Published: 02/18/2022 in BBC News - World

An abrupt drop in emissions due to the pandemic played a key role in record rainfall in China in 2020.

Despite "Zero Covid" Policy, Cases Rapidly Rise Across Chinese Cities

Published: 02/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Covid cases in China's many provinces and cities including Heilongjiang have been rising despite Beijing's claim of "Zero COVID-19 Policy" in the country.

How Leaving "Trace, Test, Treat" Policy In South Korea Led To Covid Surge

Published: 02/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

South Korea said it would ease pandemic restrictions Friday, even as the country's daily caseload crossed 100,000 for the first time, with officials citing economic concerns over social distancing...

These Countries Have Zero Covid Cases, Says WHO. See List

Published: 02/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The list used to be longer a few months ago, but the situation has now changed. Tonga and Cook Islands are not part of it anymore.

Vietnam: Viral dog owners rescue 15 puppies after Covid cull

Published: 02/17/2022 in BBC News - World

Authorities had killed the couple's dogs last year over Covid fears, sparking a public outcry.

Asian Bank Tracks Projects In India From Space Amid Covid Travel Bans

Published: 02/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

In a world of Covid travel bans, the Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank has found an unusual way of keeping tabs on major development projects in places like India and Turkey that staff can't visit:...

Japan's Record Covid Deaths Spiral In Wave Estimated To Last Till April

Published: 02/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Japan set a new record for daily deaths from COVID-19 in a wave of Omicron-fuelled fatalities that a government-affiliated researcher estimated may stretch into April.

Hong Kong's "Overriding Mission" As Covid Cases Surge 60 Times In A Month

Published: 02/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong has identified more than 20,000 hotel rooms for quarantine accommodation, leader Carrie Lam said on Friday, as property developers piled in to support the global financial hub's battle to...

World "Better Prepared" For Covid Variants: Vaccine Maker BioNTech

Published: 02/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The world is becoming "better prepared" to deal with future variants of the coronavirus, the CEO and co-founder of German vaccine-maker BioNTech told AFP Thursday, as the company works on an...

Covid: Austria and Germany decide to ease rules

Published: 02/16/2022 in BBC News - World

Both countries have pushed for compulsory vaccinations but now decide to lift restrictions.

BioNTech Covid vaccine plan to ship container labs to Africa

Published: 02/16/2022 in BBC News - World

The so-called laboratory in a container is being developed by the firm behind the first MRNA vaccine.

Covid: Hong Kong's hospitals overwhelmed amid spike in cases

Published: 02/16/2022 in BBC News - World

Infected patients are treated outside crowded facilities as daily cases reach a new record.

Covid-19 live updates: Vaccines could lower risk of ‘long covid,’ U.K. health agency says

Published: 02/16/2022 in National

The long-haul covid findings highlight the benefits of being vaccinated against the coronavirus.

Quality Of Antibodies Improves For Months After Covid Vaccination: Study

Published: 02/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Antibodies produced by immune cells become steadily more formidable and precisely targeted against the SARS-CoV-2 virus for at least six months after COVID-19 vaccination, according to a study.

Canada Announces To Ease Covid Health Measures For Travellers At Borders

Published: 02/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian officials announced Tuesday an easing of Covid-19 checks and rules for travelers arriving at its borders, including no longer requiring PCR tests.

Vietnam To Lift Covid Curbs on International Flights For Fully Vaccinated

Published: 02/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Vietnam will lift coronavirus restrictions on international flights for fully vaccinated passengers from Tuesday, the country's aviation authority said in a statement.

Oxford Scientists To Study Effects Of Covid Variants, Shots In Pregnancy

Published: 02/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Oxford University scientists said on Tuesday they would evaluate the effects of new coronavirus variants on pregnant women and newborns, as well as COVID-19 vaccination effects on complications during...

Covid-19 live updates: D.C., Ontario to drop vaccine rules as covid restrictions ease around the world

Published: 02/15/2022 in National

Doug Ford, the Canadian province’s leader, stressed that the move should not be interpreted as a capitulation to the "Freedom Convoy" protesters.

Was Canada's Covid response more effective than the US?

Published: 02/14/2022 in BBC News - World

Despite protests raging in Canada, the country is managing Covid better than the US, data shows.

Covid Booster Efficacy Reduces Significantly By 4th Month: US Study

Published: 02/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The efficacy of third doses of the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines wanes substantially by the fourth month after administration, a new study by the US Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)...

To-Be Queen Consort Camilla Tests Covid Positive, Days After Prince Charles

Published: 02/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, has tested positive for coronavirus a few days after her husband Prince Charles, their office in London said Monday.

Covid Reinfections Milder, Strengthen Immunity? What Experts Say

Published: 02/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

How common are reinfections? The UK has recently started publishing data on reinfections on its COVID dashboard. It classifies a reinfection as someone receiving a new positive COVID test result more...

Covid protests: Paris police fire tear gas at demonstrators

Published: 02/12/2022 in BBC News - World

Police have already intercepted hundreds of vehicles trying to get into the city.

Covid protests: Hundreds fined as convoy heads to Paris

Published: 02/12/2022 in BBC News - World

Thousands of demonstrators opposed to France's coronavirus regulations are trying to enter the city.

On Covid Re-Exposure And Testing Needs, What You Must Know

Published: 02/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

While Omicron continues to infect people across Australia and the world, many people who've already had COVID will likely be re-exposed to the virus.

China Gives Conditional Nod To Pfizer Covid Pill Amid Isolated Flare-Ups

Published: 02/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China on Saturday said it had given "conditional" approval for Pfizer's Covid-19 drug Paxlovid to treat adults with mild to moderate illness and a high risk of developing severe disease.

Pfizer, Moderna Covid Booster Efficacy Wanes After 4 Months: US Study

Published: 02/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The efficacy of third doses of the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines wanes substantially by the fourth month after administration, a new study by the US Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)...

Arthritis Drug Added To World Health Organisation's Covid Medicines' List

Published: 02/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The World Health Organization said Friday that it had prequalified the arthritis treatment tocilizumab for use in patients hospitalised with severe Covid-19, in a bid to increase access to the pricey...

Covid Test Not Required For Vaccinated Travellers In France

Published: 02/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The French government on Friday said it would scrap the requirement for a negative Covid-19 test for all vaccinated travellers arriving in the country.

Biden says easing mask mandates ‘probably premature’ as blue states loosen covid restrictions

Published: 02/11/2022 in National

The president's remarks come after an increasing number of Democratic-led states loosen face covering requirements as the omicron-driven coronavirus surge relents.

French President Kept At Distance From Putin After Refusing Covid Test

Published: 02/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Russia on Friday said French President Emmanuel Macron was made to sit at an enormously long table for his talks with Vladimir Putin because he refused to take a Kremlin-performed Covid test.

Macron refused to take Russian Covid test

Published: 02/11/2022 in BBC News - World

A source says the health procedure was unacceptable amid reports France was protecting Mr Macron's DNA.

China, Climate, Covid On The Table As Quad Diplomats To Meet Today

Published: 02/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Climate change, COVID-19 and China's "coercion" in the Indo-Pacific will top the agenda when foreign ministers of the Quad an informal grouping of Australia, India, Japan and the United States ...

Covid: Trucker protests may hit Super Bowl, US security agency says

Published: 02/10/2022 in BBC News - World

US Department of Homeland Security warns Canada-style protests could start in California.

New Inhaled Vaccine Gives Broad Protection Against Covid Variants: Study

Published: 02/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

An inhaled form of COVID-19 vaccine developed by scientists at McMaster University in Canada can provide broad, long-lasting protection against the SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern, a preclinical study...

Hong Kong's tough Covid laws threatened by virus surge

Published: 02/10/2022 in BBC News - World

Hong Kong has recorded more than 1,000 Covid infections for the first time since the pandemic began

1 In 3 Elderly Develop New Conditions After Covid: Study

Published: 02/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Nearly a third of older adults infected with COVID-19 in 2020 developed at least one new condition that required medical attention in the months after initial infection, according to an observational...

White House left behind as states drop Covid rules

Published: 02/09/2022 in BBC News - World

Governors ignore the White House's plea that all Americans stay masked in indoor settings.

Joe Biden Clings To Covid Caution As US Seeks To Leave Pandemic Behind

Published: 02/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden declared victory too early the last time that Covid seemed to be ending in the United States. This time, he risks being late.

4th Covid Booster Shot? Top US Expert Says May Be Needed

Published: 02/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

White House Chief Medical advisor Antony Fauci hinted that there may be the need for the fourth-dose boost in the United States to battle with COVID-19 variant Omicron.

New York State Lifts Indoor Mask Mandate As Covid Cases Drop

Published: 02/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

New York on Wednesday became the latest Democrat-run state to announce it was lifting indoor mask mandates for businesses.

Queen of Denmark Tests Positive For Covid

Published: 02/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Denmark's Queen Margrethe II has tested positive for Covid-19, experiencing only mild symptoms, the Royal House said Wednesday.

World marks 500,000 covid deaths since omicron, while Fauci says U.S. is exiting ‘full-blown’ pandemic

Published: 02/09/2022 in National

It’s a sobering statistic — and reminder of the pandemic’s ongoing toll even as cases decline in every U.S. state.

King Of Spain Tests Positive For Covid

Published: 02/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Spain's King Felipe VI has tested positive for Covid-19 but is experiencing only mild symptoms, the royal palace said Wednesday.

Global Covid Cases Surpass 400 Million As Omicron Grips World

Published: 02/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Global COVID-19 cases surpassed 400 million on Wednesday, according to a Reuters tally, as the highly contagious Omicron variant dominates the outbreak, pushing health systems in several countries to...

A 10-year-old girl died of covid after her teacher appointed her the ‘class nurse.’ Her parents want answers.

Published: 02/09/2022 in National

“I asked her, ‘So is this your job?’” her father, Jeff Sperry, recounted. “And she gave me several examples of people that that day she took to the nurse’s office.”

Indonesia Starts Testing Homegrown Covid Vaccine On Humans

Published: 02/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Indonesia began testing a homegrown Covid-19 vaccine on humans Wednesday after getting the green light from the drug regulator as the country faces a rising wave of virus cases.

Johnson & Johnson Temporarily Halts Covid Vaccine: Report

Published: 02/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Johnson & Johnson has temporarily suspended production at a key plant manufacturing the COVID-19 vaccine, the New York Times reported Tuesday.

Pfizer's Covid Vaccine Sales To Cross Over $50 Billion This Year

Published: 02/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Pfizer forecast more than $50 billion in 2022 sales for its COVID-19 vaccine and therapeutic on Tuesday as the pharmaceutical giant reported a more than doubling of annual profits on strong sales of...

Policy "Run Its Course"? Canada Eyes Lifting Covid Curbs Amid Protests

Published: 02/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's Saskatchewan province announced Tuesday the lifting of all Covid restrictions including wearing of masks and proof of vaccination for indoor dining -- as truckers continued occupying Ottawa...

Chinese Scientists Say New Covid Test Gives Results Within 4 Minutes

Published: 02/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Chinese scientists say they have developed a new coronavirus test that is accurate as a PCR lab test but gives results within four minutes.

After Canada, New Zealand Truckers Block Streets To Protest Covid Curbs

Published: 02/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A convoy of trucks and campervans blocked streets near New Zealand's parliament in Wellington Tuesday to protest against Covid restrictions and vaccinations, inspired by a similar demonstration in...

Covid: Australia to reopen borders to international travel

Published: 02/06/2022 in BBC News - World

Tourists and other visa holders can enter from 21 February for the first time in almost two years.

Freedom Convoy: Ottawa declares emergency over trucker Covid rules protests

Published: 02/06/2022 in BBC News - World

The Canadian capital's mayor says the city is out of control with demonstrators outnumbering police.

US Podcaster In Covid Spotify Controversy Apologizes For Using 'N Word'

Published: 02/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US podcaster Joe Rogan apologized Saturday for his past use of racist language including the "N word" and said streaming giant Spotify had deleted some of the most offensive episodes of his show.

WHO Chief Says Discussed Collaboration On Covid Origins With Chinese PM

Published: 02/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The head of the World Health Organization said on Saturday he had discussed with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang the need for stronger collaboration on the origins of COVID19, a subject

US Tops Over 900,000 Covid Deaths As Omicron's Spread Slows

Published: 02/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The US death count from the Covid-19 pandemic surpassed 900,000 on Friday, according to the Johns Hopkins coronavirus tracker.

Covid: South Africa makes its own version of Moderna vaccine

Published: 02/04/2022 in BBC News - World

Scientists there say it could help increase very low vaccination rates across Africa.

Beijing Olympics: Winter Games start amid Covid and boycotts

Published: 02/03/2022 in BBC News - World

The Winter Games begin amid tight Covid-19 restrictions and allegations of human rights abuses.

Djokovic thanks Serbian president for support amid Covid test doubts

Published: 02/03/2022 in BBC News - World

Serbian prosecutors have hit back at claims he submitted falsified Covid test certificates.

L.A.’s mayor took a maskless photo with Magic Johnson, defying covid rules. His defense: ‘I’m holding my breath’

Published: 02/03/2022 in National

At the game, several California Democrats dropped their masks.

Europe entering Covid pandemic 'ceasefire', says WHO

Published: 02/03/2022 in BBC News - World

WHO Europe director Hans Kluge says the continent is entering "period of tranquillity" from Covid.

Europe In A Covid "Ceasefire" That Could See End Of Pandemic: WHO

Published: 02/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Two years after the outbreak of Covid-19, Europe could soon enter a "long period of tranquility" due to high vaccination rates, the milder Omicron variant and the end of winter, the WHO said on...

"Reopen In A Safe Way": Dutch Vow To Ease Curbs Amid Covid Surge

Published: 02/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Dutch nightclubs said Wednesday they will throw open their doors 10 days from now despite government restrictions and rising infection rates.

"Jeopardize Readiness": US Army To Let Go Soldiers Who Refuse Covid Jab

Published: 02/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The US Army announced Wednesday it will begin discharging soldiers who refuse to comply with a mandatory Covid-19 vaccination rule.

"Want A More Open...": Italy Lifts Some Covid Curbs, To Reopen Further

Published: 02/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Italy's government decided Wednesday to ease several anti-Covid restrictions, including for schools, as Prime Minister Mario Draghi promised to "continue to advance on this path of reopening".

Covid: New Zealand unveils phased border reopening plan

Published: 02/02/2022 in BBC News - World

It first allows fully jabbed New Zealanders in Australia to return, later expanding to other visitors.

How Covid brought new roles for Singapore's theatre actors

Published: 02/02/2022 in BBC News - World

The production company that found a way to put itself back in the spotlight.

Djokovic Covid tests were valid, Serbian officials say

Published: 02/02/2022 in BBC News - World

Doubts have been cast over the validity of documents the tennis star submitted to enter Australia.

Omicron BA.2: What we know about the Covid sub-variant

Published: 02/02/2022 in BBC News - World

It is highly transmissible and spreading rapidly across the world, so how concerned should we be?

Winter Olympics: What is China's Covid policy and does it work?

Published: 02/02/2022 in BBC News - World

With the Winter Olympics just days away, China is sticking to its policy of suppressing all cases.

First Human Trial With Voluntary Covid Exposure Found Safe In Young Adults

Published: 02/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The world's first human challenge trial in which volunteers were deliberately exposed to COVID-19 to advance research into the disease was found to be safe in healthy young adults, one of the...

Pregnant Women With Covid Are Unlikely To Transmit To Babies

Published: 02/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Pregnant women who are positive with Covid-19 when they give birth rarely transmit the virus to their newborns, according to a spate of new research. The reason: Covid isn't often found in a patient's...

Tonga to enter lockdown after two Covid cases detected

Published: 02/01/2022 in BBC News - World

Both cases were detected at a port where humanitarian aid has been arriving after the volcano and tsunami.

32 Fresh Covid Cases Detected Among Beijing Winter Olympics Personnel

Published: 02/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A total of 32 new COVID19 infections was found among Olympic Games-related personnel on Feb. 1, the organising committee of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics said on Wednesday.

"Necessary Evil": Amid Covid Row, Lesser-Known Artists Can't Quit Spotify

Published: 02/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

After music legends Neil Young and Joni Mitchell quit Spotify over a Covid misinformation row, some lesser-known artists have said they simply couldn't afford to leave the world's largest music...

Global Covid response generating masses of waste, WHO says

Published: 02/01/2022 in BBC News - World

The World Health Organization says discarded equipment is a threat to the environment and human health.

Denmark Covid restrictions lifted despite increase in cases

Published: 02/01/2022 in BBC News - World

It is the first EU country to drop nearly all restrictions, despite relatively high case numbers.

Massive Volumes Of Covid Hospital Waste Threaten Health, Environment: WHO

Published: 02/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Discarded syringes, used test kits and old vaccine bottles from the COVID-19 pandemic have piled up to create tens of thousands of tonnes of medical waste, threatening human health and the...

Lunar New Year: Covid thwarts travel plans for millions

Published: 01/31/2022 in BBC News - World

An estimated 1.18 billion trips will be made across China, a far cry from pre-pandemic figures.

Austria's Covid vaccine law comes into force amid resistance

Published: 01/31/2022 in BBC News - World

The country is the first in Europe to make vaccination against Covid-19 mandatory for over-18s.

"Feeling Fine": Canada PM Justin Trudeau Says He Has Tested Covid +ve

Published: 01/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday he had tested positive for Covid-19 but was not experiencing severe symptoms.

Joe Rogan says he’ll do better research on covid, give listeners opposing views: ‘I don’t always get it right’

Published: 01/31/2022 in National

Spotify podcast host Joe Rogan promised to "do my best to make sure that I've researched these topics."

"If I Pissed You Off, I'm Sorry": Podcaster To Spotify On Row Over Covid

Published: 01/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Popular US podcaster Joe Rogan has apologized amid a backlash against COVID-19 misinformation in his programme, while his platform, Spotify Technology SA, said it would add a "content advisory" to any...

New York City To Deliver Free Antiviral Pills To Covid Patients

Published: 01/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

New York City will provide free antiviral pills, home-delivered, to people who test positive and are at higher risk from Covid-19, Mayor Eric Adams announced on Sunday.

Recovery Clinics Across US Provide Hope To Long Covid Patients

Published: 01/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Several recovery clinics have popped up across the United States as thousands of people who recovered from coronavirus infections -- even mild ones -- have found themselves still struggling.

Winter Olympics: How will the Covid bubbles work?

Published: 01/30/2022 in BBC News - World

To combat the risk of Covid, a huge army of volunteers and security staff will help implement enormous, strict separation bubbles.

Spotify: Streaming giant announces plans to clamp down on Covid misinformation

Published: 01/30/2022 in BBC News - World

The streaming giant says it will add warnings to all podcasts discussing Covid-19 on its platform.

Harry and Meghan reveal Spotify Covid row concerns

Published: 01/30/2022 in BBC News - World

The couple say they will keep their Ł18m content deal, despite their warning over misinformation.

"Mark Of The Antichrist": Greek Holy Men's Message On Covid Vaccines

Published: 01/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

In a remote monastery in northern Greece, an Orthodox abbot delivers a blunt message to dozens of his maskless worshippers: Covid-19 vaccines are "the mark of the Antichrist".

"Felt Like A Bullet": Bhutan PM Mourns Rare Covid Death

Published: 01/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Bhutan's success in avoiding coronavirus is almost unrivalled but a rare patient death -- just the kingdom's fourth -- shows more work was needed to fight the pandemic there, its leader says.

Beijing Reports Highest Covid Cases Since June 2020 As Olympics Near

Published: 01/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing recorded its highest number of new Covid-19 cases for a year and a half on Sunday, as the Chinese capital gears up to host the Winter Olympics in five days.

New Zealand PM Isolating, Journalist Case Highlights Tough Covid Curbs

Published: 01/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern stayed in self-isolation on Sunday, as the country recorded 103 new COVID-19 infections and its tough border controls were highlighted by a pregnant...

Russia Sees Highest Ever 113,122 New Covid Cases In A Day

Published: 01/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Russia reported more than 100,000 daily coronavirus cases for the first time on on Saturday as the country weathers a surge of infections driven by the highly contagious Omicron variant.

Joni Mitchell wants songs off Spotify in Covid row

Published: 01/28/2022 in BBC News - World

The singer asks that her songs are removed from the platform in protest against Covid misinformation.

A couple recovering from covid couldn’t smell the smoke when their house caught fire. Their toddler saved the family.

Published: 01/28/2022 in National

“Mama, hot,” Brandon said while tugging his mother’s foot.

Red, Yellow, Green: How China Has Defined Covid Era With Colour Codes

Published: 01/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Days after buying over-the-counter medicine from a pharmacy in Beijing, university student Yu was stunned to find her prized green health code -- the essential rating needed to enter the city's shops,...

Novak Djokovic: Doubts over timing of Covid test

Published: 01/27/2022 in BBC News - World

Mystery of why tennis star’s positive test was out of sequence with other test codes from Serbia.

Australia Approves Covid Vaccine Boosters For 16- And 17-Year-Olds

Published: 01/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia's drug regulator on Friday approved the use of COVID-19 vaccine booster shots for 16- and 17-year-olds as authorities urge people to get their third doses soon to mitigate the threat from...

Pfizer Covid Pill Europe's First Approved Oral Treatment Against Covid

Published: 01/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The EU's drug watchdog approved Pfizer's coronavirus pill on Thursday, making it the first oral antiviral treatment for the disease to be authorised in Europe.

Covid Curbs Protest Citing 'Holocaust' Led To Attacks On Jews: Report

Published: 01/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Protesters against COVID-19 measures who liken themselves to Jews under Nazi persecution are stoking global anti-Semitism, the Israeli government said in a report marking International Holocaust...

Living With Covid: England Revives Plan A As Omicron Abates

Published: 01/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

After an uncomfortable but relatively brief return to coronavirus restrictions triggered by the Omicron variant, England is going back to "Plan A" - learning to live with a disease that is probably...

Only Vaccine Proof Or Covid Negative Test For EU Arrivals In Italy

Published: 01/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Italy will ease coronavirus restrictions for arrivals from the rest of the EU from February, with passengers required to show proof of vaccination, recent recovery or a negative test, but not...

Israel Rolls Out 4th Covid Vaccine Dose To Vulnerable Over-18s

Published: 01/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Israel announced Wednesday that it would start making fourth Covid-19 vaccine shots available to all vulnerable people aged over 18, continuing its drive to beat successive virus waves with top-up...

"Farewell To Restrictions": Denmark Set To Lift Covid Curbs, 1st In EU

Published: 01/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Denmark will remove virtually all Covid restrictions from next Tuesday despite record infections, counting on a high vaccination rate to cope with the milder Omicron variant, the government said.

Wanted: Volunteers To Catch Covid In The Name Of Science

Published: 01/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The world's first medical trial authorised to deliberately expose participants to the coronavirus is seeking more volunteers as it steps up efforts to help develop better vaccines.

US May Permit Diplomats To Leave China To Free Them From Strict Covid Rules

Published: 01/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The US State Department is preparing to authorize departures for American diplomats and their families in China who wish to leave due to the US government's inability to prevent Chinese authorities...

Winter Olympics 2022: China eases Covid testing rules amid rise in cases

Published: 01/25/2022 in BBC News - World

Organisers lower testing benchmarks while the rest of the city faces harsher Covid restrictions.

US Withdraws Covid Vaccination-Or-Testing Mandate For Businesses

Published: 01/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden's administration on Tuesday formally withdrew the Covid vaccination-or-testing mandate for large businesses that was struck down by the Supreme Court.

France Records Over Half A Million Record Covid Cases Amid Omicron Surge

Published: 01/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

France posted 501,635 new cases of coronavirus for the past 24 hours on Tuesday, a new daily record and the first time the headline number has surpassed half a million.

This Country With Europe's "Toughest" Covid Curbs Is Set To Reopen

Published: 01/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Netherlands will this week lift some of Europe's toughest Covid restrictions with bars, restaurants and museums allowed to reopen their doors, Prime Minister Mark Rutte said Tuesday.

Covid: Netherlands to ease restrictions despite rising case numbers

Published: 01/25/2022 in BBC News - World

Dutch hospitality venues, including bars and restaurants, have been closed since 18 December.

"Dictated By Omicron": Poland Schools To Partly Go Online Amid Covid Rise

Published: 01/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Poland's Education Minister Przemyslaw Czarnek on Tuesday said older schoolchildren will switch to remote learning as the EU member struggles against soaring Covid-19 infection numbers.

Tedros Ghebreyesus, WHO Frontman In Covid War, Unopposed In Top Post Race

Published: 01/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, one of the most recognisable figures of the global battle against Covid-19, will stand unopposed Tuesday for the nomination to continue heading the World Health...

How Covid disinformation has fuelled attacks on Czech doctors

Published: 01/24/2022 in BBC News - World

Knowing how to deal with aggressive patients has become even more important during the pandemic.

School Closures Due To Covid Affected Over 616 Million Students Globally

Published: 01/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

More than 616 million students are still being affected by full or partial school closures, the UN children's agency said.

Boris Johnson's 2020 Birthday Bash Defied Britain's Covid Curbs: Report

Published: 01/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Prime Minister Boris Johnson broke lockdown rules by having a birthday party with up to 30 people present at Downing Street in 2020, a British television channel alleged Monday.

"Time To Stay On Course": Germany Extends Covid Curbs As Omicron Spreads

Published: 01/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Germany on Monday extended its current pandemic measures as the experts panel appointed by the government has warned the fast spreading Omicron coronavirus variant could bring critical infrastructure...

Sarah Palin's positive Covid test delays New York Times defamation trial

Published: 01/24/2022 in BBC News - World

The former US vice-presidential candidate's lawsuit against The New York Times is delayed till February.

UK To Scrap Covid Tests For Fully Vaccinated Travellers

Published: 01/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The UK government is set to drop compulsory coronavirus tests for those arriving in England, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Monday, as he continues to lift curbs amid declining infections.

WHO Chief Says World At "Critical Juncture" In Covid Pandemic

Published: 01/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The head of the World Health Organization on Monday urged countries to work together to bring the acute phase of the pandemic to an end, saying that they now have all the tools available to do so.

China Lifts One Of Its Longest Lockdowns As Beijing Covid Fight Ramps Up

Published: 01/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

One of China's longest coronavirus lockdowns since the start of the pandemic came to an end on Monday as authorities announced the lifting of most restrictions in the northern megacity of Xi'an.

German Covid protests turn nasty in row over rules and vaccinations

Published: 01/23/2022 in BBC News - World

Tens of thousands of Germans take to the streets every week and politicians are being targeted.

Clashes At Belgium Covid Rules Protest; Police Use Water Cannon, Tear Gas

Published: 01/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Police fired water cannon and tear gas Sunday at stone-throwing protesters after tens of thousands of demonstrators marched through Brussels against Covid-19 rules.

Covid: Clashes at Belgium protest against restrictions

Published: 01/23/2022 in BBC News - World

A rally sees violent exchanges in Brussels as tens of thousands marched against Covid restrictions.

Europe Could Be Headed For Covid Pandemic 'Endgame': WHO

Published: 01/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Omicron variant has moved the Covid-19 pandemic into a new phase and could bring it to an end in Europe, the WHO Europe director said Sunday.

Covid: New Zealand PM Ardern cancels wedding amid Omicron wave

Published: 01/22/2022 in BBC News - World

New restrictions are set to be introduced after nine Omicron cases were confirmed in the country.

2 Million People Tested For Covid In Beijing As Winter Olympics Loom

Published: 01/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Beijing city officials on Sunday said all two million residents of a neighbourhood where they identified a small cluster of Covid-19 infections will be tested, less than two weeks ahead of the start...

Jacinda Ardern Cancels Her Wedding. Reason: New Zealand's Covid Rules

Published: 01/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was Sunday forced to call off her own wedding as she tightened Covid-19 restrictions in the face of an outbreak of the Omicron variant.

Why Is Covid Vaccine Pass Mandatory? Thousands Protest In France

Published: 01/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Some 38,000 people protested across France Saturday, the interior ministry said, two days before a vaccination health pass becomes mandatory to take part in much of public life.

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam defends Covid hamster cull

Published: 01/22/2022 in BBC News - World

Carrie Lam says the priority is to control the rise in cases partly caused by an outbreak in pet hamsters.

Remote Pacific Islands, With Only 2 Covid Cases Until Now, In Lockdown

Published: 01/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Kiribati and Samoa entered lockdowns Saturday after overseas arrivals brought Covid to the Pacific island nations that had avoided the worst of the pandemic for two years.

"Weathered Omicron Storm": Ireland Lifts Most Covid Curbs As Cases Fall

Published: 01/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Irish Prime Minister Michael Martin announced Friday most pandemic restrictions will be scrapped, including early closing times and other curbs on hospitality venues, declaring the country had...

Covid Vaccines Show High Efficacy Against Severe Omicron: US Data

Published: 01/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Covid-19 vaccines and boosters continued to have very high efficacy against severe outcomes during the Omicron wave of the virus, a large real-world study from the US Centers for Disease Control and...

Hong Kong Locks Down Thousands In Covid Housing Block To Arrest Spread

Published: 01/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Nearly 3,000 residents at a Hong Kong housing estate will be confined to their homes for five days, authorities announced Friday, as they struggle to halt an outbreak of the Omicron coronavirus...

Hong Kong: Secret rescue network to evade hamster Covid cull

Published: 01/21/2022 in BBC News - World

An underground network of animal lovers is helping Hong Kong hamster owners avoid a government cull.

China Daily Local Confirmed Covid Cases Fall To Nearly 2-Month Low

Published: 01/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported on Friday the lowest daily tally of local confirmed COVID-19 cases in nearly two months, after a national strategy to quickly curb flare-ups forced worst-hit cities to lock down...

A Research Base In Antarctica Is Now Covid Infected

Published: 01/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

For the first time since the start of the pandemic the coronavirus has reached an Argentine research base in Antarctica, causing the evacuation of nine unvaccinated staff who tested positive for...

"Covid Can't Restrict Us": Austria Asserts With Mandatory Jabs; 1st In EU

Published: 01/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Austria's parliament on Thursday approved making Covid-19 vaccinations mandatory for adults from next month, becoming the first European country to do so despite a wave of protests opposing the...

"Confident" France To Ease Covid Curbs Next Month: "There Are Hopes..."

Published: 01/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

France will begin a gradual lifting of Covid restrictions from February 2 amid "encouraging signs" that the wave of infections due to the Omicron variant is ebbing, Prime Minister Jean Castex said...

Using Blood Tests, Machine Learning Model Predicts Covid Survival: Study

Published: 01/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

In a new study, a single blood sample from critically ill COVID-19 patients was used for analysis by a machine learning model which uses blood plasma proteins to predict survival.

105 Nations To Get Cheaper Merck Covid Pill

Published: 01/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Generic drug manufacturers will make a more affordable version of Merck's anti-Covid pill for 105 of the world's poorer nations, a UN-backed organisation said on Thursday.

Hong Kong To Shut Down Secondary Schools Amid Rising Covid Cases

Published: 01/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong will suspend face-to-face teaching in secondary schools from Monday until after the approaching Lunar New Year, authorities said, because of a rising number of coronavirus infections in...

Rapid Testing In Kids To Catching Covid Via Breastmilk: What Studies Say

Published: 01/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further study to corroborate the findings and that has yet to be certified by peer review.

Covid: Did Pfizer's boss cast doubt on his own vaccine?

Published: 01/19/2022 in BBC News - World

Misleading posts about the Pfizer vaccine's protection against Omicron took the drug company's boss out of context.

US adds Argentina, Uruguay and Bolivia to list of destinations to avoid due to covid

Published: 01/19/2022 in MercoPress

The CDC also insists on people getting vaccinated The United States' Centers for Disease Control has added 22 countries to the level four travel warning list due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases, particularly of the omicron variant.

Dutch Covid rules: Museums and orchestras stage haircut protest

Published: 01/19/2022 in BBC News - World

The Dutch cultural sector takes on rules that keep museums and music venues shut but salons open.

Arkansas inmates sue after unknowingly being treated for covid with ivermectin: ‘They must be held accountable’

Published: 01/19/2022 in National

The inmates were allegedly told that the pills they were regularly administered included antibiotics, vitamins and steroids.

Czech Singer Hana Horka Dies After Catching Covid Deliberately

Published: 01/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

An anti-vax Czech folk singer has died after she deliberately contracted Covid to obtain a health pass that would have allowed her to visit the sauna and theatre, her family said.

Boris Johnson Says Most Covid Restrictions In UK Will Be Lifted Next Week

Published: 01/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday said that most restrictions deployed to fight the latest wave of the Covid pandemic in England would be lifted from next week.

Doctors planned to take a covid patient off a ventilator. With just 48 hours, his wife got a judge to stop them.

Published: 01/19/2022 in National

Doctors planned to turn off Scott Quiner's ventilator, which his wife believed was keeping him alive.

Hana Horka: Czech singer dies after catching Covid intentionally

Published: 01/19/2022 in BBC News - World

Hana Horka's son tells the BBC his mother was unvaccinated but wanted to acquire immunity.

Covid Linked To Birth-Related Complications In Unvaccinated Women: Study

Published: 01/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A new study has found that women who have COVID-19 towards the end of their pregnancy are vulnerable to birth-related complications. The study has been published in the 'Nature Medicine Journal'.

Hong Kong Suspects Imported Hamsters Are Spreading Covid

Published: 01/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong, suspecting that imported hamsters may have spread Covid, ordered the culling of thousands of the small mammals as part of its increasingly fervent quest to eliminate the virus.

Hong Kong's Covid Hamster Cull Sparks Fear Of Owners Abandoning Pets

Published: 01/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A mass hamster cull in Hong Kong sparked fears among animal welfare groups on Wednesday that panicky people would abandon their pets after 11 of the rodents from one pet shop in the city tested...

Japan Imposes Fresh Covid Restrictions Across Country Amid Omicron Surge

Published: 01/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Japan is set to approve new coronavirus restrictions on a large part of the country, including Tokyo, on Wednesday as it battles record infections fuelled by the Omicron variant.

Germany Surpasses 100,000 New Covid Cases In 24 Hours As Omicron Surges

Published: 01/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Germany has registered more than 100,000 new Covid-19 infections in the past 24 hours, according to data released by the country's public health agency on Wednesday.

Bill And Melinda Gates' Foundation Pledges $150 Million In Covid Fight

Published: 01/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Gates Foundation and British biomedical charity Wellcome on Tuesday pledged $150 million each in the fight against Covid-19 and to prepare for future pandemics.

Covid: WHO warns pandemic not over amid Europe case records

Published: 01/18/2022 in BBC News - World

France reports nearly half a million new daily cases, with records also broken in Italy and Denmark.

Brazil Registers Record Daily Covid Cases, Expects Peak In February

Published: 01/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Brazil registered a new record number of daily Covid-19 cases of more than 137,000, according to figures supplied by the health ministry on Tuesday.

France Logs Nearly Half A Million Record Covid Cases Amid Omicron Surge

Published: 01/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

France's daily reported new coronavirus cases broke a new record on Tuesday with an average of over 300,000 a day in the past week, with the headline figure approaching half a million.

Will Britain Lift Strict Covid Curbs? Possibility Looms As New Cases Fall

Published: 01/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet with his Cabinet on Wednesday to review restrictions to tackle the spread of COVID-19 in England as he seeks to move attention away from parties held at...

Endemic Covid Would Not Mean End Of Danger: WHO

Published: 01/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The World Health Organization on Tuesday warned against the notion that the Covid-19 pandemic becoming endemic would mean the disease was no longer dangerous.

Hong Kong to cull 2,000 hamsters and small mammals over Covid case

Published: 01/18/2022 in BBC News - World

A Delta outbreak in "zero Covid" Hong Kong will result in the euthanasia of 2,000 small mammals.

Ivermectin: Arkansas inmates sue over Covid treatment with horse dewormer

Published: 01/18/2022 in BBC News - World

The prisoners say they were unknowingly prescribed the drug despite warnings from health officials.

Hong Kong Orders Hamster Cull After 11 Pets Test Covid Positive

Published: 01/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong ordered a cull of 2,000 hamsters on Tuesday and warned pet owners not to kiss animals after a new cluster of COVID-19 cases was traced to a pet shop.

Hong Kong police charge two former aircrew over Covid rules

Published: 01/17/2022 in BBC News - World

If convicted, the two former flight attendants could face up to six months in prison.

Anti-vax protests: ‘Sovereign citizens’ fight UK Covid vaccine rollout

Published: 01/17/2022 in BBC News - World

Activists with anti-vax beliefs are taking "direct action" against hospitals and schools.

Hong Kong Police Arrest 2 Ex-Flight Attendants Over Breach Of Covid Rules

Published: 01/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong police said they have arrested and charged two former flight attendants over allegations they broke the city's coronavirus rules.

Fourth Covid Vaccine "Partially" Effective Against Omicron: Study

Published: 01/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Fourth doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines against Covid-19 are only "partially" effective for the Omicron variant of the virus, the authors of an Israeli trial said Monday.

"If We Fail To Vaccinate All ...": UN Chief's Covid Warning At Davos

Published: 01/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

UN chief Antonio Guterres told the all-virtual Davos forum on Monday that the world must vaccinate everybody against Covid-19 to ensure a way out of the pandemic.

Teachers' Union In France Call For "Massive" Strike Over Covid Protocols

Published: 01/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

French teachers' unions called Monday for a second major strike this week to protest the government's Covid testing and isolation protocols, which they say are severely disrupting classes

Covid: Beijing city urges end to overseas deliveries over Omicron

Published: 01/17/2022 in BBC News - World

Health officials in the Chinese capital say a local woman may have been infected after opening a parcel.

Credit Suisse Chief Quits Over Covid Rules Breach Involving Private Plane

Published: 01/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The head of Credit Suisse has resigned less than a year after taking the reins of the scandal-hit bank following reports that he had broken Covid quarantine rules.

Researchers In Sweden Identify Gene Variant That Protects Against Covid

Published: 01/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Researchers have identified a specific gene variant that protects against severe COVID-19 infection. An international team led by researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden pinpointed the variant...

China Toughens Covid Response As Omicron Hits Its Power Centers

Published: 01/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Omicron has breached the political, financial and technology centers of China for the first time, putting pressure on the country's response to the more transmissible variant as it awaits the Winter...

60+ Citizens Face Monthly Fine For Not Getting Covid Shot In This Country

Published: 01/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Greece from Monday intends to fine all people ages 60 and over who aren't vaccinated against Covid-19 as a way to boost lagging inoculation levels and reduce pressure on health care.

Chinese Cities On High Covid Alert As Lunar New Year Travel Season Starts

Published: 01/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Several Chinese cities went on high COVID-19 alert as the Lunar New Year holiday travel season started on Monday, requiring travellers to report their trips days before their arrival, as the Omicron...

Covid vaccine: Your concerns answered

Published: 01/16/2022 in BBC News - World

BBC Reality Check answers your vaccine concerns - from pregnancy fears to production speed.

No Relation Between Opening Schools And Covid Spread: World Bank Official

Published: 01/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

There is no justification now for keeping schools closed in view of the pandemic and even if there are new waves, closing schools should be the last resort, according to the World Bank's Global...

Gene That Increases Risk of Dying From Covid Now Identified

Published: 01/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Polish scientists have discovered a gene that they say more than doubles the risk of falling severely ill with, or even dying from Covid-19.

Urban Exodus: Covid Prompts More People To Leave Canada's Big Cities

Published: 01/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's urban exodus picked up steam into the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, with tens of thousands of people leaving Toronto and Montreal for smaller cities or rural areas, official data...

Norway Partly Eases Covid Curbs, Mandatory Testing Replaces Quarantine

Published: 01/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Norwegian government will partly reverse a ban on serving alcohol in bars and restaurants, one of several policy changes as it seeks to relax COVID-19 restrictions, the prime minister said on...

2 New Medicines For Covid Treatment Get WHO Approval

Published: 01/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Eli Lilly & Co.'s rheumatoid arthritis drug and GlaxoSmithKline Plc's monoclonal antibody won the backing of World Health Organization experts for treating Covid-19 as new infections surge across the...

Covid Loses Most Infection Capacity After 20 Minutes In Air: Study

Published: 01/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Coronavirus loses most of its ability to infect shortly after being exhaled and is less likely to be contagious at longer distances, a study from the University of Bristol's Aerosol Research Centre...

Prayagraj Magh mela: Thousands head for Hindu festival amid Covid surge

Published: 01/13/2022 in BBC News - World

Experts fear that the festival in Prayagraj could turn into an infection hotspot in the coming days.

Biden "Disappointed" In Supreme Court Ruling On Covid Vaccines Mandate

Published: 01/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden said Thursday he is "disappointed" in the Supreme Court decision striking down his mandate for medium and large businesses to vaccinate or test their employees for Covid-19.

US To Distribute 1 Billion Covid Tests In Latest Omicron Fight

Published: 01/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden on Thursday said the government will double its purchase of Covid-19 tests with an extra 500 million kits, bringing the total to one billion.

Covid: Viral photo highlights challenges of vaccinating Amazon

Published: 01/13/2022 in BBC News - World

A photo of a man carrying his father has highlighted the challenges of vaccinating indigenous villages.

The puzzle of America's record Covid hospital rate

Published: 01/13/2022 in BBC News - World

Europe has fewer Covid patients in hospital now. Why are the US and Canada bucking the Omicron trend?

England Cuts Covid Self-Isolation Period To 5 Days To Boost Economy

Published: 01/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The UK government said Thursday it will cut the minimum self-isolation period for those with Covid-19 in England from seven to five days to help boost economic activity.

Covid: Half of France's schools could close as teachers strike

Published: 01/13/2022 in BBC News - World

About 75% of primary teachers are expected to strike as they complain about confusing testing rules.

2 China Hospitals That "Failed To Perform Duties" Shut Amid Covid Surge

Published: 01/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Two hospitals in China's locked-down city of Xi'an, including one that refused to treat an eight-month pregnant woman who later miscarried, have been closed while they "rectify" mistakes, authorities...

Denmark Proposes 4th Covid Jab For "Vulnerable Citizens" Amid Omicron

Published: 01/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Danish government on Wednesday proposed a fourth Covid vaccine dose for highly vulnerable people, amid a spike in cases of the Omicron variant.

Video: People Forced To Live In Metal Boxes Under China's Zero Covid Rule

Published: 01/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Rows upon rows of metal boxes to house suspected COVID-19 patients, lines of buses taking people to quarantine camps were seen in a set of nightmarish social media videos from China.

UK Acted Unlawfully With "VIP" Covid Contract Lane, Court Rules

Published: 01/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The British government acted unlawfully by setting up a fast-track "VIP lane" to allow ministers and officials to recommend suppliers of personal protective equipment during the coronavirus pandemic,...

Fast Food Giant KFC Charged With Breaking Singapore's Covid Rules

Published: 01/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A court in Singapore on Wednesday charged American fast food giant KFC with breaching two COVID-19 safety regulations at one of its outlets in the city-state.

Google's Staff Get Pricey Fast Covid Tests While Contractors Wait

Published: 01/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Google offers its full-time employees working from home a supply of high-end instant Covid-19 tests. Meanwhile, the contract workers still coming into offices have to wait longer for results.

Europe Starts To Consider Treating Covid Like The Flu, "Live With It"

Published: 01/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Spain is calling for Covid-19 to be treated as an endemic disease, like the flu, becoming the first major European nation to explicitly suggest that people live with it.

US On "Threshold" Of Transitioning To Living With Covid: Top Scientist

Published: 01/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Despite soaring cases and record-high Covid-19 hospitalizations, the United States is approaching the "threshold" of transitioning to living with the coronavirus as a manageable disease, Anthony Fauci...

Covid: Quebec to impose health tax on unvaccinated Canadians

Published: 01/11/2022 in BBC News - World

The unvaccinated represent 15% of the population, but over half of all hospital admissions.

Omicron Pushing Covid Out Of Pandemic Phase: EU Drug Watchog

Published: 01/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The spread of the Omicron variant is pushing Covid towards being an endemic disease that humanity can live with, although it remains a pandemic for now, the EU's drug watchdog said Tuesday.

Omicron Pushing Covid Out Of Pandemic Phase: EU Drug Watchdog

Published: 01/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The spread of the Omicron variant is pushing Covid towards being an endemic disease that humanity can live with, although it remains a pandemic for now, the EU's drug watchdog said Tuesday.

Argentina's covid Miracle

Published: 01/11/2022 in MercoPress

Professor Stiglitz with Argentine economy minister Martin Guzmán  By Joseph Stiglitz – Unlike the United States, which could spend one-quarter of its GDP protecting its economy from the COVID-19 fallout, Argentina entered the pandemic with the deck stacked against it. Yet, thanks to the current government’s policies to strengthen the real economy, the country has been enjoying a remarkable recovery.

Covid: Chile starts fourth vaccine dose amid rise in cases

Published: 01/11/2022 in BBC News - World

The country is the first in Latin America to offer a fourth dose, as Omicron fuels a surge in cases.

A 'Covid' Birthday Party, 13 Ministers And Growing Anger In Hong Kong

Published: 01/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

One day in quarantine was all it took for pro-China lawmaker Junius Ho to condemn the harsh, knee-jerk pandemic restrictions his government has imposed on Hong Kong citizens for nearly two years.

Former Students Defend US Mother Who Put Son In Car Trunk For Covid Test

Published: 01/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A number of people turned out in Texas Monday to show support for a mother who was charged with endangering a child after locking her 13-year-old son in the trunk of her car to take him for a Covid...

China Halts Some US Flights After Covid Cases Among Arrivals

Published: 01/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China has ordered the cancellation of more than two dozen scheduled flights from the United States in recent weeks after numerous passengers tested positive for COVID-19 after arriving in China.

Covid pass protesters attack French MP Stéphane Claireaux with seaweed

Published: 01/10/2022 in BBC News - World

Stéphane Claireaux compared the attack outside his home in St Pierre and Miquelon to a "stoning".

Novak Djokovic family end press conference after Covid event question

Published: 01/10/2022 in BBC News - World

The tennis star's family ends a press conference, refusing to be drawn on his positive Covid test.

Uganda schools reopen after almost two years of Covid closure

Published: 01/10/2022 in BBC News - World

Authorities warn that at least 30% of pre-pandemic pupils may never return after such a long absence.

Common Colds Can Provide Protection Against Covid: UK Study

Published: 01/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

High levels of T-cells from common cold coronaviruses can provide protection against COVID-19, an Imperial College London study published on Monday has found, which could inform approaches for...

Video: Seaweed Thrown At Party MP Of France's Macron Over Covid Measures

Published: 01/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

French politicians from across the spectrum on Monday condemned an attack on a lawmaker from the North Atlantic overseas territory of Saint-Pierre-and-Miquelon by protesters against the government's...

Singapore Says 30% Of Total Covid Deaths In 2021 Were Of Fully-Vaccinated

Published: 01/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Fully vaccinated individuals accounted for 30 per cent of Singapore's total COVID-19 related deaths last year, Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said in Parliament on Monday.

Dutch Government Swearing-In Today. Their Challenge: Covid And Climate

Published: 01/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte's fourth successive coalition government will be sworn in Monday a record 10 months after elections, with pledges to spend big on climate change and coronavirus.

Movement Of US Troops In Japan Restricted For 2 Weeks Amid Covid Spread

Published: 01/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US troops in Japan will stop making non-essential visits off-base for two weeks from Monday, as local officials in areas hosting the forces link them with a sharp rise in coronavirus infections.

Over 50% Of Australia's 1 Million Total Covid Cases Were Logged Last Week

Published: 01/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia on Monday surpassed 1 million COVID-19 cases, with more than half of them recorded in the past week, as the Omicron variant ripped through most of the country driving up hospitalisation...

40% People In This Country, Once A World Leader In Jabs, Could Have Covid

Published: 01/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Israel could see up to nearly 40 percent of the population infected by coronavirus during the current wave, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Sunday, as testing facilities nationwide buckled.

Covid pandemic: Chinese city tests 14m people after cluster

Published: 01/09/2022 in BBC News - World

As China pursues a zero-Covid policy, Tianjin aims to test all its residents within 48 hours.

Covid: Thousands protest in France against proposed new vaccine pass

Published: 01/08/2022 in BBC News - World

The protests are against a draft law which would in effect ban the unvaccinated from public areas.

Over 1,50,000 Covid Deaths In UK, Government Urges Public To Get Boosters

Published: 01/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

More than 150,000 people have died after catching coronavirus in the United Kingdom, the government said Saturday, in a milestone for one of the worst affected countries in Europe.

World Tops Over 2 Million New Daily Covid Cases: Report

Published: 01/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The world recorded more than two million daily coronavirus cases on average between January 1 and 7 with figures doubling in 10 days, an AFP tally showed on Saturday.

Djokovic: Covid infection gave him vaccine exemption, lawyers say

Published: 01/08/2022 in BBC News - World

Novak Djokovic had a recent positive test giving him a vaccine exemption to enter Australia, his lawyers say.

US Supreme Court Appears Split Over Covid Vaccine Mandates

Published: 01/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The US Supreme Court appeared to be divided on Friday over President Joe Biden's Covid vaccination-or-testing mandate for businesses with liberal justices strongly in favor and conservatives...

Amazon Shortens Covid Isolation, Paid Leave For US Workers

Published: 01/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Amazon.com Inc on Friday told workers they only have to isolate for a week after testing positive for COVID-19, instead of 10 days, following updated U.S. health guidance.

US President Biden Says Covid Not Here To Stay In Its Current Form

Published: 01/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden said on Friday as America grapples with skyrocketing cases that COVID-19 "as we are dealing with it now is not here to stay."

Covid Cases Top 300 Million Worldwide Since Pandemic Began

Published: 01/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The total number of Covid-19 registered worldwide since the start of the pandemic topped 300 million on Friday, according to an AFP count based on official figures.

Omicron: Huge number of Covid cases on second Italy-India flight say Indian officials

Published: 01/07/2022 in BBC News - World

Majority of passengers on two flights from Italy to Amritsar in India test positive for Covid-19.

Covid-19: Indian man has taken at least eight Covid jabs

Published: 01/07/2022 in BBC News - World

The 65-year-old villager was vaccinated eight times last year, officials say. But he claims he took 11 jabs.

"Do Not Turn Away Patients": China Instructs Hospitals Amid Covid Curbs

Published: 01/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China reported fewer COVID cases on Friday as several cities have curbed movements, while a top official warned hospitals not to turn away patients after a woman's miscarriage during a lockdown in the...

"Tsunami" Of New Covid Cases Overwhelming Global Health Systems: WHO

Published: 01/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

World Health Organisation said on Thursday, with its chief warning that the "tsunami of cases" caused by the new Omicron variant was overwhelming health systems around the world.

Italy Covid: Bullet forces immunologist to get protection

Published: 01/06/2022 in BBC News - World

Prof Antonella Viola is given police protection after threats are made against her and her family.

Smash And Shout: Dutch Find New Ways To Vent Covid Frustrations

Published: 01/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

One swinging a sledgehammer and the other a crowbar, twin brothers Steven and Brian Krijger grin as they take turns pulverising a Peugeot 106 spray-painted with the words "F*** COVID".

How Covid Altered Day-To-Day: Work, School, Food, Transport And More...

Published: 01/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The most basic everyday activities, from working to shopping and going to school, have completely transformed during the Covid-19 pandemic, and may never be the same again.

Covid's Impact On Democracies: Did The World Lose Freedom's Fragrance?

Published: 01/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

From a litany of lockdowns to mandatory mask-wearing and Covid passes to access entertainment and sporting venues, the pandemic has led to sweeping restrictions on civil liberties in some of the...

New York Covid Peak Is Yet To Come, Warn US Officials

Published: 01/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

New York City Health Commissioner Dave Chokshi said the Covid data suggests the city hasn't yet hit a peak in the omicron-fueled spike of coronavirus cases in recent weeks.

This Country Is Fast Approaching Covid Isolation Capacity

Published: 01/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong is approaching its capacity to handle Covid-19 cases, as the latest omicron threat puts a strain on the city's overloaded health-care system.

Mother "Kidnaps" Sons To Avoid Covid Vaccine, Ex-Husband Files Complaint

Published: 01/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A woman accused by her ex-husband of kidnapping their two boys to prevent them from being vaccinated against Covid-19 turned herself into the authorities on Wednesday, officials said.

Brazil Approves Covid Vaccine For Children Aged 5-11 Amid Surge In Cases

Published: 01/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Brazilian health authorities authorized Covid-19 vaccines for children age five to 11 on Wednesday, as South America's most populous country faces a rapid increase in cases due to holiday gatherings...

Xi'an: The messy cost of China's Covid lockdown playbook

Published: 01/05/2022 in BBC News - World

With stories of starvation and deaths, has anything been learnt from two years of strict measures?

Covid Clusters In US Troops In Japan Force Calls To Limit Movement

Published: 01/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Japan's Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi urged his US counterpart Thursday to consider restricting American troop movement in the country after a surge in Covid cases on bases and surrounding...

France's Fresh Covid Cases Cross 300,000-Mark As It Tackles Unvaccinated

Published: 01/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

France set a record for new Covid cases over a 24-hour period on Wednesday with more than 332,000 additional infections recorded, according to the latest official figures.

A Brewing Staffing Crisis Could Hurt UK Health System Reeling Under Covid

Published: 01/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Attempts to deal with record waiting lists for hospital treatment caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are at risk of being derailed by a staffing crisis, which is being exacerbated by the Omicron wave, a...

UK To Ease English Covid Travel Curbs As Infections Hit All-Time High

Published: 01/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The UK government announced changes Wednesday to Covid travel rules for England, scrapping the need for visitors to have pre-departure tests and quarantine on arrival until they have tested negative.

Covid Vaccine Does Not Increase Pre-Term Birth Risk, Says Study

Published: 01/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy is not associated with complications such as preterm birth or smaller than normal weight of babies, according to a study.

Israel Lodges 12,000 New Covid Cases, Highest Daily Rise In 2 Years

Published: 01/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Israel's health ministry on Wednesday announced nearly 12,000 new coronavirus cases, constituting the largest daily rise in infections since the beginning of the pandemic nearly two years ago.

Hong Kong Bans Flights From India, 7 Other Nations, Ramps Up Covid Curbs

Published: 01/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hong Kong announced Wednesday it was banning flights from eight nations after an outbreak of the Omicron coronavirus variant that began with aircrew and leaked into a city that is pursuing a strict...

China's Locked Down City Thrown Into Chaos After Covid App Crash

Published: 01/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's Covid-19 health code system that strictly governs people's movements crashed in Xi'an this week, worsening conditions in the locked-down city where the country's worst outbreak since Wuhan has...

With Omicron, Experts Explain What Could Help Permanently Defeat Covid

Published: 01/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

With new versions forcing vaccine makers to re-test jabs, the virus that causes Covid-19 has proven highly unpredictable.

Hong Kong Ship With 3,700 Onboard Ordered To Turn Back For Covid Testing

Published: 01/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A Hong Kong cruise ship carrying 3,700 people was ordered back to port on Wednesday for virus testing after nine people were found to be close contacts in an Omicron variant outbreak.

WHO Still Recommends 14-Day Quarantine For Covid Patients: Report

Published: 01/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Although most people recover from COVID-19 within five to seven days of the onset of symptoms, the World Health Organization (WHO) still recommends a 14-day quarantine, an official from the...

IMF Delays World Economic Outlook Release To Add New Covid Disruptions

Published: 01/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The International Monetary Fund will release its World Economic Outlook on Jan. 25, a week later than planned, to factor in the latest COVID-19 developments, a spokesperson for the global lender said...

Omicron: Curfew in Delhi as India Covid cases surge

Published: 01/04/2022 in BBC News - World

A weekend curfew is imposed and doctors' leave cancelled as the chief minister tests positive.

Covid: President Macron warns he will 'hassle' France's unvaccinated

Published: 01/04/2022 in BBC News - World

The French president vows to make life difficult for the unjabbed, but MPs delay a bill on Covid passes.

Joe Biden Doubles US Purchase Of Pfizer Covid Pills As Cases Surge

Published: 01/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

President Joe Biden announced Tuesday a doubling of US government purchases of new Pfizer therapeutic pills designed to combat the worst effects of Covid-19.

UK Fears Hospital Crisis As Covid Cases Cross 200,000 For First Time

Published: 01/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Britain on Tuesday faced warnings of an impending hospital crisis due to staff shortages caused by a wave of Omicron infections, as the country's daily Covid caseload breached 200,000 for the first...

Sweden's King, Queen Test Covid Positive, Were Vaccinated With 3 Doses

Published: 01/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The king and queen of Sweden have both tested positive for Covid-19, the Swedish Royal Court said Tuesday.

Yuzhou: Second Chinese city forced into Covid lockdown

Published: 01/04/2022 in BBC News - World

Yuzhou, with its population of 1.1 million, is shut down after just three cases are found.

France's Bogdanoff TV twins die of Covid six days apart

Published: 01/04/2022 in BBC News - World

Grichka and Igor Bogdanoff had hosted a TV science and science-fiction show in the 1980s.

Covid: US reports record 1m cases with peak still to come

Published: 01/04/2022 in BBC News - World

Omicron drives a record-breaking daily tally of new US cases, though deaths remain stable.

Djokovic gets Covid jab waiver for Australian Open

Published: 01/04/2022 in BBC News - World

Novak Djokovic will defend his Australian Open title after receiving a medical exemption from having a Covid-19 vaccination.

Covid-19 live updates: More than 103,000 Americans hospitalized with covid, matching worst of summer surge

Published: 01/04/2022 in National

The omicron wave is pushing hospitalizations into six digits, the highest since September amid the delta surge.

Australia's Omicron-Led Covid Surge Leaves People Scrambling For Tests

Published: 01/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia reported a record daily tally of nearly 50,000 Covid-19 cases Tuesday as the Omicron variant raced through the population and sent people scrambling for tests.

US Sets World Daily Record of Over 1 Million Covid Cases

Published: 01/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

More than 1 million people in the US were diagnosed with Covid-19 on Monday as a tsunami of omicron swamps every aspect of daily American life.

German cruise to Canary Islands interrupted in Portugal because of Covid outbreak

Published: 01/04/2022 in MercoPress

After the first positive cases emerged, operator AIDA Cruises on Sunday chose to halt the cruise “in the interest of the safety and health of its guests and crew,” a spokesman said. Some 3,000 passengers saw their Canary Islands-bound cruise definitively halted on Monday in Lisbon following an outbreak of Covid 19 in the AIDAnova vessel. At least 64 people tested positive for the virus while on the ship, which is owned by the German company Aida Cruises.

China Locks Down Yuzhou, City Of 1.2 Million, After 3 Covid Cases

Published: 01/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

More than one million people in a city in central China were being confined to their homes on Tuesday after three asymptomatic coronavirus cases were recorded in the country's latest mass lockdown.

A Covid Rule Breach By A British DJ In New Zealand. Then, Omicron Scare

Published: 01/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

New Zealand's government said Monday it would not ask for British DJ Dimension to be prosecuted for breaking Covid isolation rules and creating an Omicron infection scare.

Marjorie Taylor Greene: Twitter bans congresswoman over Covid misinformation

Published: 01/02/2022 in BBC News - World

The congresswoman was suspended after tweeting falsely about high levels of vaccine related deaths.

2,201 US Flights Cancelled Over Bad Weather, Staff Shortage Due To Covid

Published: 01/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Days of chaos in air travel in the US did not ease up Sunday as people returned home from holiday trips, with more than 2,000 flights cancelled due to bad weather or airline staffing woes sparked by a...

Covid: Israel Omicron spike could bring herd immunity but with risks - health boss

Published: 01/02/2022 in BBC News - World

Health boss says Omicron may lead to herd immunity but it would be better achieved via vaccination.

France Sixth Country With More Than 10 Million Covid Infections

Published: 01/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

France became the sixth country in the world to report more than 10 million COVID-19 infections since the outbreak of the pandemic, according to official data published on Saturday.

US flight cancellations hit new holiday peak amid Covid and bad weather

Published: 01/01/2022 in BBC News - World

More than 2,500 flights have been cancelled, with airlines facing crew shortages and bad weather.

Covid: UAE bans foreign travel for citizens without booster jab

Published: 01/01/2022 in BBC News - World

Emiratis will need a third dose of a coronavirus vaccine if they want to leave the country.

England Sees 162,572 New Covid Cases In Yet Another Record

Published: 01/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

England reported a record high daily total of 162,572 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, up from 160,276 the previous day, official data showed.

New Covid Curbs To Be A Last Resort In UK, Says Minister

Published: 01/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

New restrictions in England to slow the spread of COVID-19 will only be introduced as a last resort, health minister Sajid Javid said, stressing that although hospitalisations were rising, the number...

Queen Announces Knighthoods For Ex-UK Prime Minister, Covid Officials

Published: 12/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Queen Elizabeth II on Friday announced a knighthood for former prime minister Tony Blair, while the traditional New Year's Honours also decorated officials who spearheaded Britain's fight against...

Covid booster 88% effective against hospital treatment with Omicron

Published: 12/31/2021 in BBC News - World

UK health officials said the latest data reinforces the importance of getting a third dose.

Breakaway Super League, Tokyo's 'Covid Games', cricket's racism crisis - a huge year for sports news

Published: 12/31/2021 in BBC News - World

BBC sports editor Dan Roan says 2021 has included two of the most dramatic, fastest-moving stories he has covered in two decades of sports reporting.

Israel "Leads The Way" With 4th Covid Vaccine For Vulnerable

Published: 12/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Israel on Friday started giving fourth Covid vaccine shots to people with weakened immunity, becoming one of the first countries to do so in hopes of countering a case surge driven by the Omicron...

Omicron: Third wave looms as India Covid cases spike

Published: 12/31/2021 in BBC News - World

Major cities such as Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata are recording a sharp daily jump in coronavirus cases.

What Are T-Cells? They Come To Your Body's Rescue In Handling Covid

Published: 12/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

An unsung arm of the immune system appears to protect against severe disease with the omicron variant even when antibodies wane, helping to explain why a record wave of infections hasn't engulfed...

As Omicron Spreads Across US, New Covid Drugs In Short Supply

Published: 12/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

New treatments for early Covid-19 are now beginning to arrive at pharmacies in New York and elsewhere but remain in short supply, according to a representative of the Infectious Diseases Society of...

Happy Or Gloomy New Year? Covid Crashes The Party Again

Published: 12/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

New Year celebrations around the world have been called off as the coronavirus casts gloom over festivities for a second year but Australia was determined to enjoy the night and there were even signs...

Lockdown, Travel Curbs In Chinese Cities On Covid Alert As New Year Looms

Published: 12/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

China is on high alert against COVID-19 as the New Year holiday looms, with the city of Xian under lockdown while several New Year's Eve events in other cities have been cancelled and some provinces...

Covid Hospitalisations Jump 60% In US' "Most Densely Populated" State

Published: 12/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Hospitalizations for Covid-19 jumped 60% from a week ago in New Jersey, the most densely populated US state. The 3,604 patients numbered just 122 short of those a year ago, before vaccinations were...

South Korea Extends Covid Curbs Amid Omicron's "Persistent" Surge

Published: 12/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

South Korea said on Friday it will extend stricter social distancing rules for two weeks amid a persistent surge in serious coronavirus infections and concerns over the spread of the highly contagious...

Italy's "Guardian Angels" Doctors Under Strain As Covid Cases Rise

Published: 12/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

"We are inundated," Antonino Marchese says wearily as his Rome Covid hospital fills up with patients, most of them unvaccinated despite tougher restrictions for Italians who are not jabbed.

Nighttime Curfew, New Year Gathering Limits In Canada As Covid Cases Soar

Published: 12/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's Quebec province on Thursday announced a nighttime curfew ahead of New Year's Eve celebrations as Covid cases across the country soar.

Germany To Drop Quarantine, Negative Covid Test For UK Arrivals

Published: 12/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Germany will on Jan. 4 drop its demand for travellers from Britain to quarantine and provide a negative COVID-19 test, requirements that were imposed earlier in December during a surge of the Omicron...

Israel Approves 4th Covid Booster In Fight Against Omicron-Led Fifth Wave

Published: 12/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Israel's health ministry on Thursday authorised a fourth vaccine shot for people with weakened immune systems to help confront rising Covid cases driven by the highly infectious Omicron variant.

South Africa Lifts Night-Time Covid Curfew

Published: 12/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

South Africa, where the Omicron variant of the coronavirus was detected last month, said Thursday that restrictions including a night-time curfew would be lifted after the country overcame its latest...

Covid: Woman isolates in toilet for five hours after positive mid-flight test

Published: 12/30/2021 in BBC News - World

A US teacher says she spent five hours in the toilet after testing positive for Covid-19.

Covid "Tsunami" Awaits As World Heads Into New Year

Published: 12/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Millions around the world braced Thursday for drastically curtailed New Year celebrations as record coronavirus cases fuelled by the Omicron variant saw the WHO warn a Covid "tsunami" threatens to...

England To Open Field Hospitals Amid Spike In Covid Cases

Published: 12/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

England is set to open temporary field hospitals to contain a possible overspill of inpatients due to a surge in coronavirus cases, the national health service said Thursday.

"Omicron Doesn't Care...": Australia Relaxes Covid Test Rules Amid Surge

Published: 12/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia sought to relieve pressure on overrun COVID-19 testing facilities on Thursday by narrowing its definition of close contacts of infected people and relaxing requirements for tests, as daily...

UK Rejects Calls To Follow US's 5-Day Covid Isolation

Published: 12/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Boris Johnson's government has no plans to further reduce the isolation period for people with Covid-19, even as staff absences put growing pressure on the U.K. health service and supply chains.

"Live-Or-Die Stage" In This Chinese City Facing Biggest Covid Outbreak

Published: 12/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The Chinese city of Xian reported on Thursday another 155 local COVID-19 cases, taking the total number of cases to the highest seen in any Chinese city this year, as infections keep spreading eight...

South Africa Reinstates Covid Contact Tracing, Quarantine Requirements

Published: 12/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

South Africa on Wednesday brought back the requirements of contact tracing and quarantine under certain circumstances amid rising COVID-19 cases, less than a week after it announced to do away with...

Covid: Omicron and Delta driving tsunami of cases - WHO

Published: 12/29/2021 in BBC News - World

The warning comes as record cases are once again reported across the US and Europe.

US Records Highest-Ever Average New Covid Cases: Report

Published: 12/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States has reached its highest-ever average of new Covid cases, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, as the Omicron variant spread at a blistering pace.

Covid "Tsunami" Will Drive Health Systems Towards Collapse: WHO

Published: 12/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A tsunami of cases from both the Omicron and Delta variants of Covid-19 will push health systems towards the brink of collapse, the World Health Organization warned Wednesday.

China: Public shaming returns amid Covid fears

Published: 12/29/2021 in BBC News - World

Four men accused of people trafficking are paraded through streets, to mixed reactions online.

France Logs Nearly 180,000 Record Covid Cases, Extends Curbs For 3 Weeks

Published: 12/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

France said Wednesday that nightclubs would remain closed for a further three weeks, after nearly 180,000 new Covid cases smashed the record for daily cases since the pandemic began.

This "Super-Spreader" Event In Thailand Is Behind Its Sudden Covid Spike

Published: 12/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Thai health authorities warned on Wednesday that residents should brace themselves for a potential jump in coronavirus cases after classifying the country's first cluster of the Omicron variant as a...

4 Alleged Covid Rule Violators Publicly Shamed, Paraded In China: Report

Published: 12/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Armed riot police in southern China have paraded four alleged violators of Covid rules through the streets, state media reported Wednesday, leading to criticism of the government's heavy-handed...

Shorter Covid Isolation: US' Bet Amid Omicron-Led Labour Crunch

Published: 12/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Eyeing an Omicron surge that has exacerbated US labor stress especially in front-line industries, President Joe Biden's administration is betting shorter Covid-19 quarantine times will lessen the...

Australia's "Gear Change" To Ease Covid Testing Rules Amid Record Surge

Published: 12/28/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia will seek to make urgent changes to COVID-19 testing rules to ease pressure on test sites as infections surged and the country's most populous state reported a near doubling in daily cases.

Chinese City Of 13 Million Faces New Challenge: Covid Surge Despite Curbs

Published: 12/28/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A lockdown of 13 million people in the Chinese city of Xian entered its seventh day on Wednesday, with many unable to leave their homes and virtually dependent on deliveries of

Court Extends Hours In Maxwell Case To "Avoid Mistrial" Amid Covid Surge

Published: 12/28/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US jurors said they were "making progress" deciding Ghislaine Maxwell's fate in her sex crimes trial Tuesday as the judge warned of a race against time due to the rapidly spreading Omicron variant of...

Covid: US and France report record daily case rises

Published: 12/28/2021 in BBC News - World

However, US officials said it was possible the figures were an overestimate due to reporting delays.