EU Corps Launches Coordinated Immunization Program as Fears Rise Over New Coronavirus
The European Union (EU) has launched a coordination effort for the COVID-19 vaccine, urging 450 million adults to be vaccinated.
At the same time, there are growing concerns that a new strain of coronavirus is spreading across the UK to prevent the entry of all non-Japanese immigrants.
Thailand, meanwhile, is trying to contain the outbreak of COVID, which is linked to the seafood market in the southern province. Residents of Sydney, Australia’s largest city, are waiting to see what New Year’s Eve celebrations will allow.
The latest updates are:
About 28 minutes (06:48 GMT)
Thailand’s COVID-19 disease on the rise
There are 121 new coronavirus infections in Thailand, according to Thai officials.
Taweesin Wisanuyothin, a spokesman for the COVID-19 Infectious Diseases Task Force, said there were 94 local broadcasts and 18 migrant workers involved in the incident at the seafood market in Samut Sakhon, southwest Bangkok.
This grapefruit-linked infection has spread to 38 states.
38 minutes ago (06:37 GMT)
Japan bans all foreign access to British precursors
Japan is banning non-foreigners as a precaution against a new strain of the highly contagious virus that is spreading across the UK.
The foreign ministry said the entry ban would last from Monday to January 31.
46 minutes ago (60:30 GMT)
Sydney awaits judgment on New Year’s Eve
The COVID-19 outbreak in Sydney continued to affect more than a quarter of millions of people on Sunday, as New Australia’s largest city awaits what New Year’s Eve party will allow.
Seven COVID-19 incidents were reported in New South Wales. Six are directly linked to the development of Sydney’s northern coastal suburbs. By order to stay at home until Wednesday. Infection stops at 122.
“We hope everyone will have a clear idea of what New Year’s Eve and next week will look like tomorrow or the day after,” said State Chief Minister Gladys Berkeley.