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Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to urge leaders of other wealthy countries to commit to vaccinating the world against Covid-19 by the end of next year.
There are fresh calls for the UK to show "historic leadership" and start sharing its vaccine doses with the world right now.
The UN's International Labour Organization has indicated in a report that the planet would be 75 million jobs short at the end of this year compared to if the pandemic had not occurred.
A 41-year-old Chinese man has been confirmed as the first human case of infection with a rare bird flu strain.
The WHO emergency listing will allow the Sinovac shot to be included in COVAX, the global programme providing vaccines mainly for poor countries.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced a new naming system for variants of Covid-19.
There are signs the UK is in the early stages of a third wave of coronavirus infections, a scientist advising the government has said.
The EU's medicines agency (EMA) has approved the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for 12-15 year olds - the first jab allowed for this age group in the bloc.
The country's health minister was quoted by local media on Saturday as saying authorities "have discovered a new hybrid variant from the Indian and the UK strains".
The Galapagos archipelago has a population of 30,000 people and according to the local government 85 per cent of its GDP comes from tourism.
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