Brazil registers 483 more fatalities. Other Covid -19 updates: 🇸🇦 Saudi Arabia to allow sports fans to attend full-capacity events 🦠 Robert Durst hospitalised with the virus 🇺🇸 Travel restrictions will affect New York City Marathon entrants For more:
Covid -19 has infected more than 241M people and killed nearly 4.9M globally. Here are the virus-related developments for October 17:
Sunday, October 17, 2021Brazil registers 483 more deaths – health ministryBrazil registered 11,250 new cases and 483 COVID-19 deaths in the last 24 hours, the country's Health Ministry said.Saudi Arabia to allow sports fans to attend full-capacity events
Saudi Arabia's sports fans will be allowed to attend full-capacity events at all stadiums and other sports facilities starting on Sunday, the country's ministry of sports announced in a statement on Saturday.Stadiums and other sports facilities will limit entry to fans who have received two doses of a vaccine approved by the kingdom, the ministry said.
On Friday, the interior ministry said Saudi Arabia would ease curbs beginning on Sunday, the interior ministry said on Friday, in response to a sharp drop in the daily number of infections and what it characterised as a considerable development in vaccinations. headtopics.com
Robert Durst hospitalised with the virus, his lawyer saysNew York real estate heir Robert Durst, who days ago was sentenced in a two-decade-old murder case, has been hospitalised after contracting the virus, his lawyer said.Defense Attorney Dick DeGuerin said he was notified that Durst was admitted after testing positive for the coronavirus. DeGuerin said he didn't know Durst's condition and was trying to find out more details.
Travel restrictions will affect New York City Marathon entrantsNew York City Marathon organisers are offering deferments to entrants of the November 7 race who will be barred from entering the United States by continuing Covid-related travel restrictions.
The event will take place one day before the November 8 lifting of travel restrictions announced by the White House, so organisers said runners affected who have already paid their entry fees will be eligible to defer their entry to 2022. Read more: TRT World »
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Deaths by COVID-19 only fall in the country because vaccination is having a lot of adherence. If it depended on Bolsonaro it was herd immunity from contamination. Here is a look at Covid19 updates from around the world: 🇦🇺 Australia's Melbourne to ease lockdown 🇷🇺 Russia reports additional 997 fatalities 🇩🇪 Germany adds 8,682 new cases For more:
Right...and the Martians live on the moon!!!🤦🏻🤦🏻🤦🏻
Covid-19: Nisra records drop in virus-related deathsNisra says in the week up to 8 October, the virus was mentioned on the death certificates of 28 people.
Korn’s Drummer Ray Luzier Tests Positive For COVID-19Ray Luzier, drummer with the nu-metal outfit, will sit out a trio of shows after testing positive for COVID-19. they've been having a terrible time this year FIELDY had to go on hiatus, JONATHAN got hit with COVID so bad he had to perform sitting down at some show now this they're in my best wishes, their last album is one of my favorite CDs 🖤
COVID-19 Live Updates: FDA to vote on Johnson & Johnson vaccine booster shot after Moderna approvedAn FDA expert panel will vote on whether to support or oppose a booster shot for the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
Australia's biggest city to end Covid-19 quarantine for international travelersSydney will end its Covid -19 quarantine for fully vaccinated international travelers from November 1, New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet said on Friday, October 15 foreshadowing the full return of overseas travel after more than 19 months. But coward scomo didn't allow it... We students are waiting from last 18 months... But doesn't care about us
95% of teachers meet COVID-19 vaccination deadline, union saysTeachers and other staff have until Friday to get their first shot or they can't return to campus on Monday. Excellent!!! Stop these shameful vaccine mandates! 😡😡
It’s J&J’s turn in the Covid-19 booster seatIt's J&J's turn in the Covid -19 booster seat. Today's third and final FDA advisory committee session on boosters could prove to be the most unpredictable. Here's what the company's proposing 👉 (📷 AP)