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Portugal asks other European partners for COVID jabs

Portugal has asked other European countries for supplies of coronavirus vaccines to help accelerate its inoculation campaign, Health Minister Marta Temido said on Tuesday.

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Iran hits new COVID infection record for 2nd straight day

Iran recorded over 34,900 new coronavirus infections on Tuesday, setting the nation's single-day record for cases as vaccinations lag, public complacency deepens and the country's outbreak spirals further out of control.


Routine vaccination rates in Victoria unaffected by COVID-19

Researchers, led by Dr. Frank Beard, Associate Director of the National Center for Immunization Research and Surveillance and the University of Sydney, and Mr Brynley Hull, a Research Fellow at the NCIRS and the University ...

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US COVID-19 cases rising again, doubling over three weeks

The COVID-19 curve in the U.S. is rising again after months of decline, with the number of new cases per day doubling over the past three weeks, driven by the fast-spreading delta variant, lagging vaccination rates and Fourth ...

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Dutch COVID-19 infections soar by 500% in a week

Coronavirus infections in the Netherlands skyrocketed by more than 500% over the last week, the country's public health institute reported Tuesday. The surge follows the scrapping of almost all remaining lockdown restrictions ...

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A modelling toolkit to predict local COVID-19 impact

A Sussex team—including university mathematicians—have created a new modeling toolkit which predicts the impact of COVID-19 at a local level with unprecedented accuracy. The details are published in the International ...

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Dutch leader says easing lockdown was 'error of judgment'

The Dutch leader apologized Monday for what he called "an error of judgment" in relaxing the Netherlands' coronavirus lockdown, a move that has led to a sharp surge in infections.

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