WHO: No recommendation for vaccination with two different vaccines

WHO: No recommendation for vaccination with two different vaccines

The World Health Organization (WHO) does not recommend so-called cross-vaccination against Covid-19, that is using different vaccines for the two doses required to be fully immunized.

White House announces executive actions on gun control

White House announces executive actions on gun control

The Biden administration has announced a number of executive actions aimed at curbing gun violence in the wake of a series of mass shootings that shocked the country.

WHO demands more equitable distribution of health care

WHO demands more equitable distribution of health care

Medical care must be distributed much more equitably in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, the World Health Organization demanded on Tuesday.

New Zealand to open border to Australia in ‘travel bubble’

New Zealand to open border to Australia in ‘travel bubble’

New Zealand will open its border to visitors from Australia from April 19, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced on Tuesday.

India logs more than 100,000 virus cases in biggest spike so far

India logs more than 100,000 virus cases in biggest spike so far

India on Monday reported its biggest-ever daily surge in coronavirus cases since the pandemic began, with the country crossing 100,000 infections for the first time.

Egypt parades trove of ancient royal mummies on Cairo’s streets

Egypt parades trove of ancient royal mummies on Cairo’s streets

Egypt on Saturday paraded 22 ancient royal mummies along the streets of Cairo, as the country hopes to draw global attention to its rich wealth of antiquities.

5 dead, many detained in Myanmar, group warns of humanitarian crisis

5 dead, many detained in Myanmar, group warns of humanitarian crisis

Five people were killed across Myanmar on Saturday as the military continues to crack down on protests and a group warned of a humanitarian crisis after more than 10,000 people fled air strikes last month.

48 people killed in deadly train accident in eastern Taiwan

48 people killed in deadly train accident in eastern Taiwan

At least 48 people have been killed in a deadly train derailment in eastern Taiwan, officials said on Friday.

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