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coronavirus cases

South Africa to get 9 million J&J vaccine shots
World

South Africa to get 9 million J&J vaccine shots

  • The country has recorded more than 1.3 million infections and more than 37,000 deaths related to the virus, the most in Africa.
  • The J&J doses take the total number of doses that South Africa stands to receive to more than 30 million.
Published 18 Jan, 2021 06:56pm
Tokyo stocks close lower
Markets

Tokyo stocks close lower

  • Suga pledged Monday to tackle surging coronavirus cases and restore normal life "as soon as possible".
Published 18 Jan, 2021 12:17pm
Expo organisers prepare to hold Dubai event delayed by coronavirus
World

Expo organisers prepare to hold Dubai event delayed by coronavirus

  • The world's fair, which had been due to run from October 2020 to April this year, was delayed last May after participating countries said they needed to focus on tackling the spread of infections.
  • We are committed to hosting Expo in October 2021. We are following all the guidelines.
Published 16 Jan, 2021 07:48pm