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July 23: Chants of "Go to hell, Olympics" could be heard during the opening ceremony of the pandemic-stricken Tokyo Olympic Games... [Read More]
Quebec reports 101 new COVID-19 cases, one more death linked to novel coronavirus. The province has 752 active reported cases... [Read More]
Quebec reports 101 new COVID-19 cases, one more death linked to novel coronavirus. The province has 752 active reported cases... [Read More]
July 22: Thursday's 1,979 new cases are the highest since 2,044 were recorded on Jan. 15. [Read More]
North Korea is the only other country to have pulled out of the Tokyo Olympics, also citing concerns related to the coronavirus... [Read More]
July 21: Officials are beginning to accept that rolling lockdowns and restrictions are a necessary part of recovery. People are being encouraged to shift their... [Read More]
Eighteen months after the coronavirus first emerged, several governments in Asia and Europe are encouraging people to return to their daily rhythms... [Read More]
July 20: Rising COVID-19 cases in Tokyo have cast a large shadow over an event that, having already been postponed last year because of the... [Read More]
July 19: Fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and permanent residents will be allowed into Canada as of Aug. 9, joined by the rest of the world... [Read More]
68 per cent of respondents expressed doubt about the ability of Olympic organizers to control coronavirus infections, with 55 per cent saying they were opposed... [Read More]
July 18: The scale of the inequity, the stockpiling of unused vaccines, the lack of a viable global plan to solve a global problem has... [Read More]
The 2-1 ruling put on hold a lower-court decision that said the CDC could not enforce its coronavirus cruise ship rules in the state... [Read More]
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