COVID-19 variants found in mice
Scientists have encountered COVID-19 infection in some mice living in sewer systems. Researchers warned that although the coronavirus measures around the world have been greatly reduced, the danger could resurface at any time.
Millions of vaccines will be destroyed in Bulgaria
Bulgaria, which stockpiles during the peak of the coronavirus epidemic, is in trouble with vaccines. In the statement made by the Ministry of Health, it was reported that 2 million doses of vaccine were destroyed before, and 2.8 million more vaccines, which are about to expire, will be destroyed. On the other hand, Bulgaria has to import 8 million more vaccines by the end of this year, according to the contract.
Mask ban lifted in Hong Kong after 3 years
As of Wednesday, China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region ended the mandatory mask-wearing rule in public places due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
FBI joins coronavirus discussions
The coronavirus, which emerged in 2019 and took the whole world captive, changed the economic balances and caused the death of approximately 7 million people. So, how did Covid-19 emerge, the traces of which could not be completely erased even though it has been about 3 years? FBI Director Christopher Wray, who has been involved in the recent debate about the origin of the virus, pointed to laboratories in China.
Japan relaxes restrictions on travelers from China
Japan has announced that it will relax restrictions on travelers from China after China's "zero COVID" policy. Everyone will be required to test for the virus.
The secret of the corona was revealed!
An unknown report has emerged regarding the coronavirus epidemic, which caused the death of approximately 7 million people worldwide. In the intelligence report presented to US President Joe Biden, it was learned that the Department of Energy reached a remarkable conclusion about the origin of the coronavirus.
China 'defeated' Covid
Chinese top leaders claim they have definitively defeated Coid. Scientists say otherwise. Confusion about China's Covid process continues.
South Korea lifts visa restrictions on Chinese
On Saturday, it was announced that South Korea plans to lift visa restrictions on travelers from China. The reason for lifting the restriction was explained as China's improving the Covid-19 situation.
Japan tests all China arrivals for COVID as cases surge
Japan on Friday started requiring COVID-19 tests for all passengers arriving from China as an emergency measure against surging infections there as the Asian island country faces its own rising case numbers and record-level deaths.
Hospitalizations signal rising COVID-19 risk for US seniors
Coronavirus-related hospital admissions are climbing again in the United States, with older adults a growing share of U.S. deaths and less than half of nursing home residents up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations.
Queen Elizabeth II tests positive for COVID-19
Queen, 95, is experiencing mild cold-like symptoms, Buckingham Palace says
Turkey's domestic COVID-19 vaccine Turkovac approved for emergency use
Turkovac will be in widespread use starting next week, says Health Minister Fahrettin Koca
Pfizer says its COVID pill reduces risk of hospitalization, death by 89%
No deaths reported in patients receiving oral antiviral pill PAXLOVID through Day 28, says US pharmaceutical
Russia hits another grim record of daily COVID-19 deaths
Majority of deceased were unvaccinated, with health authorities blaming people for not getting vaccinated in time
Oil prices up over supply worries coupled with growing demand
Soaring coal and gas prices make oil an attractive, cheaper alternative for power generation
COVID-19 jabs given in Turkey surge past 101M
Over 51M people have received at least 1 shot, nearly 40M people are now fully vaccinated, official data shows
India reports highest single-day COVID-19 deaths
Total number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in India now at nearly 243M
Europeans wait for COVID-19 vaccine with hope, doubt
Anadolu Agency talks to people on the street, asks what they think about their governments’ vaccination program
Turkey reports over 2,000 new coronavirus patients
75 more fatalities take death toll to 9,874, recoveries up by more than 1,600, according to Health Ministry data