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WHO blames human behaviour more than variants as virus spreads

The World Health Organisation’s emergencies chief says the impact of new variants of Covid-19 in places like Britain, South Africa and Brazil remains to...

Worldwide coronavirus death toll passes two million threshold

Two million people have now died worldwide with coronavirus, figures show. The tally by the Johns Hopkins University passed the threshold on Friday, showing a...

Australia plans to kill pigeon that crossed Pacific from the US

A racing pigeon which survived an extraordinary 8,000-mile Pacific Ocean crossing from the United States to Australia is a quarantine risk and could be...

China sees new coronavirus case spike ahead of WHO research visit

China is experiencing a new surge in coronavirus cases and has reported its first Covid-related death in months. It comes as a World Health Organisation...

Worldwide coronavirus death toll passes two million threshold

Two million people have now died worldwide with coronavirus, figures show. The tally by the Johns Hopkins University passed the threshold on Friday, showing a...

Twitter hides Iranian leader’s conspiracy post about UK and US vaccines

Twitter has hidden a post on the account of Supreme Leader of Iran Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on a coronavirus vaccine conspiracy theory. The tweet from...

US daily coronavirus death toll passes 4,000 for the first time

The US has topped 4,000 daily deaths from coronavirus for the first time, breaking a record set just one day earlier. The tally from Johns...

Aston Villa’s FA Cup clash with Liverpool in doubt after coronavirus outbreak

Aston Villa’s FA Cup clash with Liverpool remains in doubt with a decision on whether the match can go ahead to be made on...

Orthodox Christians mark Epiphany with river plunge despite Covid warnings

Thousands of Orthodox Christian worshippers in Bulgaria have ignored warnings to abstain from mass gatherings due to the coronavirus pandemic and taken part in...

Japan considers Covid state of emergency

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said vaccine approval was being speeded up and border controls tightened to curb the spread of the coronavirus as...

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