25 October 2021
The Thai government said it will cut the mandatory quarantine period for fully vaccinated from 14 days down to seven days. Changes will begin on October 1
The government said it would cut the curfew in 29 provinces from 9 pm - 4 am to 10 pm - 4 am, according to local news report. Fitness centers and restaurants with live bands can reopen.
3 week ago
One person died in a fire in the department for the treatment of patients with coronavirus infection in a hospital in the city of Liski, Voronezh region
Out of 26,041 new #COVID19 cases & 276 deaths across India, 15,951 cases and 165 deaths were reported in Kerala, yesterday
Pfizer is ready to ask the FDA for authorization to use its Covid-19 vaccine in children 5-11 "within days," Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla told ABC
Protest in Tel Aviv, Israel against govt health pass
Andhra Pradesh reports 1,184 new #COVID19 cases, 1,333 recoveries and 11 deaths in the last 24 hours Total cases: 20,46,841 Total recoveries: 20,19,657 Death toll: 14,136 Active cases: 13,048
Another protester has tested positive for COVID following days of anti-vaccine mandate demonstrations on the streets of Melbourne, COVID response commander Jeroen Weimar has confirmed
4 week ago
62-year-old man among three #COVID19 deaths as Singapore reports 1,443 new cases
Karnataka reports 787 new #COVID19 cases, 775 recoveries, and 11 deaths in the last 24 hours. Total cases 29,72,620 Total recoveries 29,21,567 Death toll 37,717 Active cases 13,307
COVID19 Andhra Pradesh reports 1,167 fresh infections, 7 deaths in the past 24 hours; Active cases 13,208
Karnataka reports 789 new #COVID19 cases, 1,050 recoveries and 23 deaths in the last 24 hours. Total cases: 29,71,833 Total recoveries: 29,20,792 Death toll: 37,706 Active cases: 13,306
Andhra Pradesh reports 1246 new #COVID19 cases, 1450 recoveries and 10 deaths in the last 24 hours. Total cases 20,44,490 Total recoveries 20,16,837 Death toll 14,118 Active cases 13,535
COVID19 Karnataka reports 836 new cases, 15 deaths and 852 discharges today; Active cases 13,590
Victoria Police arrested 92 people across Melbourne's CBD today in response to protest activity. These are mostly breaches of Chief Health Officer directions as well as other matters including outstanding warrants
1 month ago
Researchers Detect Malaria Resistant to Key Drug in Africa
#CoronavirusVaccine boosters for those 65 or older or at high risk and had the @Pfizer shots authorized by @US_FDA
Karnataka reports 847 new #COVID19 cases, 946 recoveries and 20 deaths in the last 24 hours. Total cases 29,70,208 Total recoveries 29,18,890 Death toll 37,668 Active cases 13,621
1 month ago
Singapore reports 1,453 local #COVID19 cases; 3 more deaths including 50-year-old man
Andhra Pradesh reports 1365 new #COVID19 cases, 1466 recoveries and 8 deaths in the last 24 hours. Total cases 20,42,073 Total recoveries 20,14,180 Death toll 14,097 Active cases 13,796
1 month ago
There was a report about large number of COVID cases in Madhubani. This report is false. Yesterday, around 148 samples were sent for testing in Madhubani, all samples have tested negative for COVID19: Bihar Health Minister Mangal Pandey
Police fire rubber bullets to clear anti-vaxxer protestors from Melbourne's sacred war memorial
Bhumjai Thai MP Thitinan Saengnak says he has tested positive for Covid-19. Says he may have caught it from a parliamentary meeting
Police have begun to arrest protesters, one by one
Protesters chanting "freedom" and "Lest we Forget" have swamped Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance. RSL Victoria has condemned the demonstrators saying "it is not appropriate to use this hallowed location for any protest". :
Anti-COVID measures protest in Melbourne
The Chinese-made Sinovac vaccine had one major advantage over other Western-made vaccines which led to large bulk purchases by the Thai government, a public health official told Thai Enquirer on Wednesday
Construction workers chant 'hold your ground' at Melbourne protest as police close in
1 month ago
62-year-old woman among three #COVID19 deaths as Singapore reports 1,173 new local cases; more than 1,000 patients currently warded in hospital
In his UN General Assembly address, President Biden says that many of the challenges we face today "cannot be solved or even addressed with the force of arms." "Bombs and bullets cannot defend against COVID19 or its future variants"
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