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More data from Israel's vaccination programme is suggesting the Pfizer jab prevents 94% of symptomatic infections.
Three Ebola related deaths have been recorded in Guinea as health officials deal with the fresh outbreak of the disease.
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An infectious diseases physician says that "more sinister strains" of COVID-19 will emerge if the virus is left to spread unchecked in some parts of the world, while other countries rollout their vaccination programs.
The World Health Organization has backed AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine following questions over its efficacy against new variants.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Tuesday announced a full lockdown in Athens and the greater Attica region to curb a resurgence in coronavirus cases and ease pressure on badly stretched health services.
The head of a WHO team investigating the origins of coronavirus in China says the possibility it leaked from a lab is extremely unlikely.
A United Nations led initiative to share COVID-19 vaccines fairly across the globe is planning to supply more than 300 million doses, mostly to developing countries.
A German veterinary clinic has trained sniffer dogs to detect the novel coronavirus in human saliva samples with 94% accuracy.
The global COVAX scheme is expected to supply more than 337 million doses around the world before June.
Captain Sir Tom Moore has died at the age of 100 after testing positive for COVID-19, his family says.