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Greece and Austria are urging other EU states to adopt coronavirus vaccination "passports" which could help revive Europe's stricken tourist industry.
The first data on the UK Covid vaccine rollout suggests it is having a "spectacular" impact on stopping serious illness, researchers say.
Russia has reported the first case of a bird flu strain, H5N8, being passed from poultry to humans.
French President Emmanuel Macron has called on Europe and the US to urgently send up to 5% of their coronavirus vaccine supplies to developing nations.
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Boris Johnson is pledging to donate most of the UK's surplus vaccine supply to poorer countries in a speech to a virtual G7 meeting on Friday.
Israel is easing lockdown restrictions as studies there reveal the Pfizer vaccine is 95.8% effective in preventing hospitalisations and death.
Scientists have identified another new variant of coronavirus in the UK with some potentially troubling mutations.
An Ebola vaccination campaign has been launched in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo after an outbreak earlier this month, the WHO has said.
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.