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Friday, May 14, 2021

Wealthy nations once lauded as successes lag in vaccinations

WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Some wealthy nations that were most praised last year for controlling the coronavirus are now lagging far behind in getting...

Panel suggests WHO should have more power to stop pandemics

GENEVA — A panel of independent experts who reviewed the World Health Organization’s response to the coronavirus pandemic says the U.N. health agency should...

As cases grow, India’s vaccination campaign falters

BENGALURU, India — Since India opened vaccinations to all adults this month, hoping to tame a disastrous coronavirus surge sweeping across the country, the...

EU says US stand on patent virus waiver is no ‘magic bullet’

PORTO, Portugal — European Union leaders cranked up their criticism of the U.S. call to waive COVID-19 vaccine patents Saturday, arguing the move would...

EU proposes joint approach to develop COVID-19 drugs

BRUSSELS — The European Commission proposed Thursday that EU nations join forces to develop and deploy COVID-19 drugs across the 27-nation bloc. In addition to...

Biden aims to vaccinate 70% of American adults by July 4

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Tuesday set a new vaccination goal to deliver at least one shot to 70% of adult Americans...

Restrictions easing in US and Europe amid disaster in India

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Air travel in the U.S. hit its highest mark since COVID-19 took hold more than 13 months ago, while European Union...

Why India’s pandemic data is vastly undercounted

Even after more than a year of devastating coronavirus surges across the world, the intensity and scale of India's current crisis stands out, with...

India launches effort to inoculate all adults against COVID

NEW DELHI — In hopes of taming a monstrous spike in COVID-19 infections, India opened vaccinations to all adults Saturday, launching a huge inoculation...

Brazil tops 400,000 virus deaths amid fears of renewed surge

SAO PAULO — Brazil on Thursday became the second country to officially top 400,000 COVID-19 deaths, losing another 100,000 lives in just one month,...
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