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Egypt - Politics
2/21/2021 4:04:00 PM
Egypt started its coronavirus vaccination campaign in late January by vaccinating medical workers at quarantine hospitals using the Chinese Sinopharm vaccine
World - International
2/21/2021 3:23:26 PM
A day before PM Johnson sets out his plan to ease restrictions in England, Hancock said there was also early data showing that the faster-than-expected vaccine rollout was reducing transmissions and easing pressure on hospital
World - Region
2/21/2021 9:05:00 AM
Israel has administered at least one dose of the Pfizer Inc vaccine to more than 45% of its 9 million population, the Health Ministry says
World - International
2/20/2021 1:06:55 PM
Some 45 percent of the injections took places in countries belonging to the wealthy G7 club, whose members promised Friday to share doses more fairly with worse-off countries.
Egypt - Politics
2/19/2021 1:43:16 AM
Starting Saturday, medical staff at hospitals nationwide — that are not designated for coronavirus treatment — and patients with chronic diseases will be administered the coronavirus vaccines
World - International
2/18/2021 11:08:22 PM
Health authorities in some European countries - including Germany - are facing resistance to the vaccine after side-effects led hospital staff and other front-line workers to call in sick.
World - Region
2/18/2021 7:41:30 PM
Azour explained that some countries are not able to secure vaccines before 2022. "These countries must be supported," he said.
World - International
2/18/2021 5:16:06 PM
The document, which cites a 2011 Vatican law, also concerns job applicants, saying the Holy See may not hire them if they refuse to be vaccinated.
World - International
2/18/2021 10:13:52 AM
President Joe Biden was forced to postpone until Friday a visit to the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine manufacturing site in Kalamazoo, while federal government offices in Washington were to be closed
Egypt - Politics
2/18/2021 9:52:26 AM
Egypt has received tens of thousands of coronavirus vaccine doses and has vaccinated hundreds of health workers in quarantine hospitals
Egypt - Politics
2/18/2021 9:00:00 AM
Sisi called for securing the funding and logistical support required for African nations to tackle the pandemic’s economic, social, and health repercussions
World - Region
2/17/2021 7:31:29 PM
Israel has faced international criticism for largely excluding Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and Gaza from its highly successful vaccination campaign
World - International
2/17/2021 5:51:14 PM
Blinken said the United States would also 'provide significant financial support' to Covax, a global plan to distribute vaccines to the poorest nations.
World - International
2/17/2021 2:21:20 PM
Japan rolls out its COVID-19 vaccination campaign Wednesday after the government gave belated first approval to a shot co-developed by Pfizer Inc.
World - Region
2/17/2021 12:48:15 PM
Gaza, where two million people live, has reported more than 53,000 coronavirus cases and 538 deaths
World - International
2/16/2021 7:18:32 PM
Crippled by more than 4.4 million power outages in Texas, authorities shut down inoculation sites and scrambled to use 8,400 vaccines that require subzero refrigeration before they spoiled after a backup generator failed
World - International
2/16/2021 3:31:47 PM
North Korea has been under self-imposed isolation since closing its borders in January last year to try to protect itself from the virus that first emerged in neighbouring China and has gone on to sweep the world
World - International
2/16/2021 12:45:36 PM
Peru’s president announced that 487 officials, including former ministers, took advantage of their privileged positions to secretly receive early inoculations of a coronavirus vaccine the government bought for health workers
World - Africa
2/16/2021 10:18:50 AM
The first batch of J&J's 80,000 doses is expected to arrive this week, President Cyril Ramaphosa told lawmakers on Thursday
World - International
2/15/2021 10:52:54 AM
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is under pressure from some lawmakers and businesses to reopen the shuttered economy
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