WHO cautions against travel curbs over new Covid-19 variant
No plans to relax Covid-19 curbs for Chinese New Year holidays: Lawrence Wong
SINGAPORE — The Government does not plan to relax Covid-19 restrictions and intends to let them stay the same for the Chinese New Year period, in order to ride through the upcoming infection wave caused by the Omicron coronavirus strain.
Any African countries going to winter 2022? Please give your support and participation to it Right …let’s all stand by and watch a repeat of early 2020 shall we? Shall we wait till after China’s olympics starting in 8 weeks 😏 WHO DrTedros Who trust WHO. Remember WHO was late to call Covid19 a pandemic?
China CO2 emissions fall for first time since COVID-19 rebound, report saysBEIJING: China\u0027s carbon emissions fell in the third quarter for the first time since its economic recovery from the coronavirus began, new research shows, partly as a result of a clampdown on property development and widespread coal shortages. The world\u0027s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases saw CO2 emissio
Germany's COVID-19 death toll passes 100,000FRANKFURT: Germany announced record COVID-19 fatalities and infections on Thursday (Nov 25) as its total death toll passed 100,000, with its most severe virus wave yet breaking just as a 一路走好 VTL how 🤔
Singapore reports 2,079 new COVID-19 cases and 6 deaths; ICU utilisation rate rises slightlySINGAPORE: Singapore reported 2,079 new COVID-19 cases and six deaths from complications due to the coronavirus as of noon on Wednesday (Nov 24). The fatalities were aged between 60 and 83. All of them, except for an unvaccinated case, had various underlying medical conditions. The Ministry of Health
Japan govt to unveil extra budget with US$312 billion spending to tackle COVID-19 - draftTOKYO : Japan's government will unveil on Friday its first extra budget for this fiscal year ending March to ease the pain of the COVID-19 pandemic, with spending worth 36 trillion yen (US$312.04 billion), a draft seen by Reuters showed.Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's cabinet is expected to approve the bud
Dutch to detail new COVID-19 curbs on Friday as cases surgeAMSTERDAM: The Dutch government will announce new measures on Friday (Nov 26) to tackle a surge in coronavirus infections that is putting pressure on hospitals, Health Minister Hugo de Jonge said. Although some 85 per cent of the adult Dutch population has been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, new c
COVID-19 unvaccinated Russian minors won't have to quarantine for BeijingMOSCOW: Russia\u0027s Olympic Committee chief said on Wednesday it had received assurances from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) that its Under-18 athletes would not be subjected to three weeks of quarantine ahead of next year\u0027s Beijing Winter Games. China requires athletes and team officials to be vac