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Fully vaccinated people are much less likely to die with Covid-19 than those who aren't, or have had only one dose, figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show.
Children in the UK aged 12 to 15 are set to be able to get a Covid jab, following advice from the UK's chief medical officers.
US President Joe Biden has announced sweeping new Covid-19 measures that require workers at large companies to be vaccinated or face weekly testing.
The vaccines are still providing strong protection, a year on from the initial two doses, says the scientist who developed the Oxford-AZ vaccine.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will this week set out plans to manage the COVID-19 pandemic over winter with the introduction of vaccine passports to be scrapped, according to Health Minister Sajid Javid.
The Australian government has now signalled its support for the waiver on intellectual property rights for COVID-19 vaccines through the World Trade Organization.
With rising case numbers and deaths in the United States, President Joe Biden is now mandating COVID-19 vaccinations.
Social isolation and the disrupted economy are the two biggest threats to suicide prevention over the next 12 months, says a report released to mark World Suicide Prevention Day.
KINSHASA, Sept 8 (Reuters) - A meningitis outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo's north-eastern Tshopo province has killed 129 of the 267 people who have been infected since the first cases were discovered in June, the health minister said late on Tuesday.
Israel's booster vaccination programme - offering a third shot to over-40s - has begun to show signs of success.