Coronavirus latest: Consortium makes $17bn bid for Sydney Airport

[ad_1] Russian higher educational institutions are expected to allow foreign students who have been inoculated with any vaccine to study in the country. “Universities will have a common policy on this issue. I think we will accept any vaccine,” said Pavel Shevtsov, deputy head of Rossotrudnichestvo, a foreign ministry agency overseeing students. Brazil’s top prosecutor … Read more

Local health experts urging people to get vaccinated as Delta variant case reported in McCracken County | Coronavirus News

[ad_1] PADUCAH — As Kentucky COVID-19 case numbers continue to drop, health departments are still encouraging people to get vaccinated to prevent the spread of variants. Public Health Director Kent Koster with the Purchase District Health Department said now is not the time to let our guard down about COVID-19.  The Purchase District Health Department reported the … Read more

Local health experts urging people to get vaccinated as Delta variant case reported in McCracken County | Coronavirus News

[ad_1] PADUCAH — As Kentucky COVID-19 case numbers continue to drop, health departments are still encouraging people to get vaccinated to prevent the spread of variants. Public Health Director Kent Koster with the Purchase District Health Department said now is not the time to let our guard down about COVID-19.  The Purchase District Health Department reported the … Read more

Coronavirus Visa Issues, Travel Restrictions Threaten Summer Fun and Seasonal Businesses | National News

[ad_1] The Dutch Soccer School summer camps are going to look quite a bit different this summer. Namely, they’re going to be a lot less Dutch. The organization, which operates high-level soccer camps in six states, is known for its Dutch-style training program taught by professional Dutch soccer players who travel to the U.S. each … Read more

Coronavirus Visa Issues, Travel Restrictions Threaten Summer Fun and Seasonal Businesses | National News

[ad_1] The Dutch Soccer School summer camps are going to look quite a bit different this summer. Namely, they’re going to be a lot less Dutch. The organization, which operates high-level soccer camps in six states, is known for its Dutch-style training program taught by professional Dutch soccer players who travel to the U.S. each … Read more

Covid 19 coronavirus: Three new cases in managed isolation

[ad_1] Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern received her first Covid vaccine with little fuss at Manurewa Marae, saying it was “pretty pain-free”. Video / Adam Pearse As concern around the Covid-19 outbreak in Sydney grows, the Ministry of Health says there are no new cases of in the New Zealand community and three new cases in … Read more

Covid 19 coronavirus: Three new cases in managed isolation

[ad_1] Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern received her first Covid vaccine with little fuss at Manurewa Marae, saying it was “pretty pain-free”. Video / Adam Pearse As concern around the Covid-19 outbreak in Sydney grows, the Ministry of Health says there are no new cases of in the New Zealand community and three new cases in … Read more

Coronavirus latest: US extends border travel ban as Canada plans changes to health rules

[ad_1] Australia’s most populous city is on alert on Monday after recording two new locally acquired coronavirus infections, as a cluster in Sydney’s eastern suburbs grows to nine cases. Alison McMillan, Australia’s chief nursing and midwifery officer, said on Sunday that both new cases are already known as close contacts and are in quarantine.  “I … Read more

Coronavirus latest: US extends border travel ban as Canada plans changes to health rules

[ad_1] Australia’s most populous city is on alert on Monday after recording two new locally acquired coronavirus infections, as a cluster in Sydney’s eastern suburbs grows to nine cases. Alison McMillan, Australia’s chief nursing and midwifery officer, said on Sunday that both new cases are already known as close contacts and are in quarantine.  “I … Read more

Japan unveils its Olympic Village, but health experts remain concerned about the spread of coronavirus

[ad_1] A dense block of high-rise towers barely stands out across the sprawling skyline of the world’s largest metropolis. But the Olympic and Paralympic Village is certain to become a focus point for the pandemic-affected games when more than 15,000 athletes descend on Tokyo in the next few weeks. Keeping those athletes, as well as … Read more