South Korea reviews AstraZeneca corona vaccination for seniors | Reuters

On January 28, the South Korean government announced that it would start vaccination against the new coronavirus for the general public in the third quarter. The photo shows a medical person vaccinated in Madrid, Spain on the 18th (2021 Reuters / Sergio Perez) [Reuters, Seoul, 28th]–The Korean government announced on the 28th that it will… Continue reading South Korea reviews AstraZeneca corona vaccination for seniors | Reuters

The Tokyo Olympics will be held “depending on the United States” -Director Takahashi of the Organization Committee = WSJ | Reuters

On January 27, Haruyuki Takahashi, director of the Tokyo Organizing Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games, said that whether or not the Tokyo Olympics could be held in July as scheduled may depend on the support of the United States and US President Joe Biden. He gave his view. Taken on the 26th in… Continue reading The Tokyo Olympics will be held “depending on the United States” -Director Takahashi of the Organization Committee = WSJ | Reuters

Kovid expansion: CM calls for one lakh inspections daily COVID-19

Thiruvananthapuram: The government has decided to increase the Kovid inspection in the state. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has directed that one lakh Kovids be inspected daily. 75% of the tests must be RTPCR. Health Minister KK Shailaja said that the spread of Kovid has been found to be increasing in crowded places. RTPCR tests will… Continue reading Kovid expansion: CM calls for one lakh inspections daily COVID-19

Dr Thira worries about COVID-19 in Thailand, ‘crisis’ is likely to become more severe It takes time and resources.

January 27, 2021 526 Dr. Thira, worried about COVID-19 in Thailand, the ‘crisis’ is likely to be more severe, identified a lot of proactive checks, not a good signal, difficult to manage It takes time and resources. Much in order to overcome this outbreak On January 27, 64 Assoc.Prof. Teeraworathanarat, Faculty of Medicine Chulalongkorn University… Continue reading Dr Thira worries about COVID-19 in Thailand, ‘crisis’ is likely to become more severe It takes time and resources.

Corona Vaccine Supply Conflict Intensifies, EU and AstraZeneca | Reuters

The delay in supplying the new coronavirus vaccine developed by British pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca to the European Union (EU) has exacerbated the conflict, with both claims reaching the interpretation of the contract terms. Taken in October last year (2021 Reuters / DADO RUVIC) [Brussels, 27th, Reuters]–The delay in supplying the new coronavirus vaccine developed by… Continue reading Corona Vaccine Supply Conflict Intensifies, EU and AstraZeneca | Reuters

Brazilian court examines Minister of Public Health Impaired management COVID patients die of hypoxia

High Court of Brazil to open examinations Minister of Public Health In case of delay in management Addressing the oxygen shortage Until at least 29 people with COVID died High Court judge in Brasilia Brazil capital Approval to open an investigation Eduardo Pasuello, retired general Minister of Health From the problem of oxygen tanks in… Continue reading Brazilian court examines Minister of Public Health Impaired management COVID patients die of hypoxia

Tokyo Olympics, some athletes do not participate = NZ Olympics committee top | Reuters

New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) head Kalein Smith said yesterday that some athletes in the country may not participate in the Tokyo Olympics due to health concerns associated with the new coronavirus epidemic. .. Radio New Zealand reported. The photo is the logo of the Tokyo Olympics. Taken on the 22nd in Tokyo (2021 Reuters… Continue reading Tokyo Olympics, some athletes do not participate = NZ Olympics committee top | Reuters

Timeline “COVID-19” shakes the world, infecting 100 million people

Timeline of the virus outbreak “COVID-19” shook the world after 1 year, more than 100 million infected people, 2.1 million deaths. January 26, 2021 Infected casesCOVID-19 It has now surpassed 100 million people. Worldometer, the latest data reporting website gathered by health authorities around the world, indicates that the number of COVID-19 infected Around the… Continue reading Timeline “COVID-19” shakes the world, infecting 100 million people

Open details Two recent deaths from COVID-19

25 January 2021 1,351 Open details of COVID-19 patients Two more deaths were British men and 56-year-old Thai women with underlying diseases. On January 25, ’64, Dr. Apisamai Srirangsan, Assistant Spokesperson of the Center for Outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (F.C.) State the situation of the epidemicCOVID-19 Daily that Thailand found the numberNew infected person187… Continue reading Open details Two recent deaths from COVID-19

British prime minister says COVID-19 deaths exceed 100,000

By the British Ministry of Health The number of COVID-19 cases was revealed on January 26, an additional 20,089 cases, accumulated cases of 3.68 million, with 1,631 additional deaths, totaling 100,162, with the UK having the highest number of cases. 5th in the world after the US, India, Brazil and Russia and highest in Europe… Continue reading British prime minister says COVID-19 deaths exceed 100,000