- COVID-19 World Economic Forum meeting in S'pore in May: Health and safety of participants will be a top priority
- COVID-19 Hong Kong fourth wave: survey finds under 40 per cent willing to take coronavirus jab – far fewer than needed to protect population
- COVID-19 Spain's elderly get second COVID-19 shot, court OKs jab for incapacitated woman
- COVID-19 Covid-19: Additional measures may be needed as community cases inch up, 2 more linked to police para-vet cluster
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World Economic Forum meeting in S'pore in May: Health and safety of participants will be a top priorityJanuary 19, 2021 12:00 AM SINGAPORE – The health and safety of participants will be at the forefront of the World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Singapore in May, said WEF president Borge Brende on Monday (Jan 18), adding that Singapore is one of the governments that has handled the Covid-19 pandemic best.
19th Jan 21 12:00 am
Hong Kong fourth wave: survey finds under 40 per cent willing to take coronavirus jab – far fewer than needed to protect populationLess than 40 per cent of Hongkongers are willing to take a Covid-19 vaccine shot, a university survey has found, worrying researchers who say it is far below the necessary rate to achieve significant protection for the city’s population.Residents interviewed this past summer by Chinese University’s medical school cited the potential for unknown side effects […]Source: SCMP
18th Jan 21 11:55 pmMADRID (Reuters) – Spain has begun administering second shots of the coronavirus vaccine to elderly nursing home residents, while a court in Seville ruled on Monday that a home could inoculate an incapacitated resident against her family’s wishes. Read full storySource: THESTAR
18th Jan 21 11:40 pm
Covid-19: Additional measures may be needed as community cases inch up, 2 more linked to police para-vet clusterJanuary 18, 2021 11:36 PM SINGAPORE – Additional measures may be needed to keep Covid-19 in check here, as community cases inch up and – for the first time in several months – a local cluster.
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