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Shops, restaurants and schools have shut in Moscow in a partial lockdown, as Russia battles record Covid deaths and infections.
The White House has outlined new rules for foreign travellers to the US, as flight restrictions lift for the first time since the pandemic began in 2020.
Paediatric doctors could soon find themselves on the front lines of a US government plan to get some 28 million school-aged children in line for their coronavirus jabs.
A new mutated form of coronavirus that some are calling "Delta Plus" may spread more easily than regular Delta, UK experts now say.
The WHO's ambassador for Global Health Financing Gordon Brown says if vaccines are not transferred quickly, they will expire and potentially be wasted.
Russia reported 1,072 COVID-19 deaths on 24 October, days before the authorities prepare to shut workplaces countrywide and lock down Moscow.
One of Europe's poorest countries, Ukraine, fell behind in the race for vaccine supplies this year and so far only around 7 million in a population of 41 million are fully vaccinated. It's now experiencing a record-setting wave of infections with some of the highest death rates in the world.
Cuba will open its borders and ease entry requirements next month, signalling the end of a two-year pandemic pall as it vaccinates the entire population with its own COVID-19 drugs.
The global health body says the fact that millions of health workers remain unvaccinated is an "indictment" on those controlling the global supply of doses.
The Covid pandemic will "go on for a year longer than it needs to" because poorer countries are not getting the vaccines they need, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.