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The WHO said it was "recommending the broad use of the world's first malaria vaccine". The mosquito-borne disease kills more than 400,000 people a year, mostly African children.
Children across much of Africa are to be vaccinated against malaria in a historic moment in the fight against the deadly disease.
Scientists believe they can explain why some people who catch Covid develop chilblain-like lesions on their toes and even fingers.
Anti-vaccine residents in a village in rural Guatemala have attacked nurses who were trying to administer Covid-19 jabs, holding them for seven hours, officials say.
A new report has found that young women are concerned about the spread of misinformation online. The Feed has seen a number of TikTok videos discouraging young people from getting the COVID-19 vaccination.
New Zealand has abandoned its strategy of eliminating coronavirus amid a persistent Delta outbreak, and will instead look to live with the virus and control its spread as vaccinations rise.
More than 50 countries have missed the World Health Organization's (WHO) target for 10% of their populations to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 by the end of September.
Australia will reopen its international border from November, giving long-awaited freedoms to vaccinated citizens and their relatives.
YouTube has said it will remove content that spreads misinformation about all approved vaccines, expanding a ban on false claims about Covid-19 jabs.
A 12-year-old boy in the Dutch city of Groningen has won a court battle to get vaccinated against Covid-19 so that he can visit his dying grandmother, despite his father's objections.