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  • 26 Nov 2021 12:58 PM | Anonymous

    The UK and Israel have moved quickly to impose travel restrictions on travellers from nations in southern Africa in a bid to contain the risk arising from a new COVID-19 variant.

    SBS News

  • 26 Nov 2021 12:54 PM | Anonymous

    The UK's Health Security Agency says its analysis of English data shows Covid vaccines are safe in pregnancy, reinforcing international evidence.

    The agency found similar rates of stillbirths and preterm births for vaccinated and unvaccinated mothers.

    Researchers say women should feel confident the jabs will help protect them and urge more to take them.

    BBC Reports


  • 25 Nov 2021 2:24 PM | Anonymous
    World Health Organization says more than 60% of the world's cases and deaths were in Europe over the last week. It warns against a "false sense of security" created by vaccines and stresses the need to be cautious.

    Some 1.5 million Covid deaths have already been recorded in the WHO's Europe region of 53 countries

    BBC Reports



    1. 25 Nov 2021 2:24 PM | Anonymous

      Germany's health minister has issued his starkest warning yet on the importance of getting vaccinated.

      "By the end of this winter everyone in Germany will either be vaccinated, recovered or dead," Jens Spahn told a news conference in Berlin on Monday.

      Germany is in the grip of a fourth wave of coronavirus. Cases are rising rapidly and many hospitals are full.

      It has one of the lowest vaccination rates in Western Europe, with 68% of people fully vaccinated.

      BBC Reports


    2. 25 Nov 2021 2:22 PM | Anonymous

      Australia's high vaccination rates are now being celebrated as restrictions are gradually lifted, but life is far more complicated for those who are mourning relatives who have died with COVID-19.

      SBS Reports

    3. 23 Nov 2021 4:04 PM | Anonymous

      The rollout of vaccinations for five to 11-year-olds this week aims to curb a recent rise in coronavirus infections in Israel.

      Israel started rolling out Pfizer/BioNtech COVID-19 vaccinations for five to 11-year-olds on Monday, hoping to beat down a recent rise in coronavirus infections.

      A fourth wave of infections that hit Israel in June began subsiding in September. But over the past two weeks th reproduction rate of the virus, which had remained below one for two months, began climbing and has now crossed a threshold indicating the virus could again be spreading exponentially.

      SBS Reports

    4. 23 Nov 2021 4:03 PM | Anonymous

      Kenyans will be barred from bars, restaurants and public transport from 21 December if they are not fully vaccinated against Covid-19, Health Minister Mutahi Kagwe says.

      The measures are aimed at increasing the rate of vaccinations ahead of the festive season.

      BBC reports

    5. 23 Nov 2021 4:03 PM | Anonymous

      Jean Castex and his daughter have tested positive for COVID-19 hours after returning from a visit to neighbouring Belgium.

      SBS Reports

    6. 23 Nov 2021 4:02 PM | Anonymous

      The World Health Organization is "very worried" about the spread of Covid-19 in Europe as the continent battles a fresh wave of infections.

      Speaking to the BBC, regional director Dr Hans Kluge warned that 500,000 more deaths could be recorded by March unless urgent action is taken.

      BBC Reports


    7. 18 Nov 2021 2:40 PM | Anonymous

      US drug company Pfizer has penned a deal to allow its experimental Covid-19 treatment pill to be made and sold in 95 developing nations.

      The deal with the UN-backed Medicines Patent Pool not-for-profit could make the treatment available to 53% of the world's population.

      BBC Reports


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