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President Biden expresses frustration at slow rate of US vaccine rollout
President Joe Biden has expressed frustration over the slowing Covid-19 vaccination rate in the US as the virus surges once again.
Biden says children under 12 could be eligible for Covid vaccines within months
Joe Biden has expressed optimism that young children would soon become eligible for Covid-19 inoculations, while urging unvaccinated Americans to take the "gigantically important" step of getting their shots as the virus surges across the US.
Canada to allow in vaccinated US tourists after 16-month ban
The annoucement will end Canadian restrictions on non-essential travel from the US in place since March last year.
Corvid-19 tracker: New cases in California total 23,027, up by 90% from previous week
In California, 23,027 new cases of the coronavirus were reported July 10-16.
Tunisia puts military on vaccination duty as cases soar
Soldiers hold rifles to guard the health center in the traditional Tunisian village of Kesra, while inside, military medics use other weapons to combat COVID-19: vaccines.
Pandemic Loss: Pioneering Ugandan Neurosurgeon Was A 'Servant Of The People'
Dr. John Baptist Mukasa was one of only 13 neurosurgeons in Uganda and a key figure in training surgeons in this specialty.
He died of COVID-19 on June 29.
FDA grants priority review for Pfizer, BioNTech COVID vaccine
Currently, Pfizer and BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine has Emergency Use Authorization (EAU) in the United States for individuals 12 and older.
Pandemic setback as global Covid deaths and cases rise again
Covid-19 deaths and cases are on the rise again globally in a dispiriting setback that is triggering another round of restrictions and dampening hopes for an almost normal summer of fun.
The caseload in Indonesia has been skyrocketing, setting daily records.
Indonesia reported more than 54,500 cases coronavirus cases on Wednesday, its third record daily rise in a row as the country has surpassed India's current daily caseload.
More Than 60 People Dead After Hospital Fire In Southern Iraqi City
People gather as a massive fire engulfs the coronavirus isolation ward of Al-Hussein hospital in the southern Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, late on July 12, 2021.