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World - Region
3/21/2021 3:20:26 PM
The UAE's daily COVID-19 cases surged to nearly 4,000 in late January from about 600 in September after Dubai opened its doors to visitors during the peak winter tourism season

Egypt - Politics
3/21/2021 3:20:00 AM
The Egyptian health ministry targets vaccinating around 250,000 medical workers and eligible citizens against coronavirus by the end of this week, the minister said

World - International
3/20/2021 5:24:50 PM
Khan, 68, is 'self isolating at home,' Health Minister Faisal Sultan, said in a tweet, and a close aide said he had a mild cough and fever

World - International
3/20/2021 11:06:00 AM
‘If I have 10 elderly people over 80 and they get COVID, in their age group, eight out of 10 die’Dr. Luca Lorini, head of intensive care at the Pope John XXIII Hospital

World - Africa
3/18/2021 1:46:08 PM
The announcement came a day after the World Health Organization backed the vaccine and as more than a dozen European countries have suspended the use of it amid concerns over the risk of blood clots

World - International
3/17/2021 10:12:53 AM
The request could inflame existing tensions between Canberra and Brussels amid claims of vaccine nationalism after the EU recently blocked an Australia-bound shipment of the doses

Egypt - Politics
3/16/2021 4:35:17 PM
Minister of Health Hala Zayed already announced in early March that Egypt is receiving a batch of 300,000 doses of Sinopharm as a gift

World - International
3/16/2021 4:28:32 PM
The European Medicines Agency remains "firmly convinced" of the benefits of AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine despite several countries suspending its use over blood clot fears, the head of the regulator said

World - International
3/15/2021 8:06:14 PM
The moves by some of Europe's largest and most populous countries will deepen concerns about the slow rollout of vaccines in the region, which has been plagued by shortages due to problems producing vaccines

World - International
3/15/2021 6:05:29 PM
Behind the scenes, the bloc is turning to Moscow’s Sputnik V shot as it tries to get its stuttering efforts to vaccinate its 450 million people back on track, EU diplomatic and official sources said

Life & Style - Health
3/15/2021 3:05:54 PM
Some countries have temporarily suspended their use of AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine after reports that some people who got a dose developed blood clots, even though there's no evidence that the shot was responsible

World - International
3/14/2021 7:41:00 PM
While there was no conclusive link between the vaccine and the cases, Irish health officials are recommending the suspension of the vaccine's rollout as a precaution

World - International
3/14/2021 12:34:16 PM
Just under 2 million people in Italy - or roughly 3% of the population - had been fully vaccinated as of Saturday

World - International
3/13/2021 2:38:37 PM
Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Bulgaria and Latvia have called for an EU summit to discuss "huge disparities" in the distribution of vaccines, according to a letter published Saturday

World - International
3/11/2021 5:28:05 PM
"Following the reporting of some serious adverse events... AIFA has decided, as a precaution, to issue a ban on the use of this batch throughout the national territory," AIFA said in a statement.

World - Region
3/10/2021 1:17:06 PM
The fund, which is promoting the vaccine globally, said that 48 countries had now approved Sputnik V for use

World - International
3/6/2021 5:18:21 PM
The EU will open talks with Washington Monday to ensure its supply of US-made materials for coronavirus vaccines

World - Region
3/6/2021 9:31:39 AM
Israeli military agency coordinating day-to-day affairs with the Palestinian Authority, attributed the postponement to 'administrative delays,' adding that a new start date for the campaign would be determined later

World - Africa
3/5/2021 6:21:23 PM
'Rich countries should not be so selfish,' Pontiano Kaleebu, head of the Uganda Virus Research Institute, said as his country received its first doses. 'It's a concern, and everyone is talking about it'

Egypt - Politics
3/4/2021 10:00:00 AM
'It's in the economic interest of developed countries to ensure that vaccines are distributed equitably in developing countries,' said Egypt's Minister of Health Hala Zayed

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