Outside the Olympic bubble, Japan hit new virus records, with the capital accounting for a large portion of the numbers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly changed how people buy things today. The way that consumers shop for everything–from food to clothing to skincare products–has been affected.
The match was meant to benefit groups that support ALS charities
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A doctor said such deformities occur in one in a million babies
William Shakespeare died months after his first jab in December at University Hospital Coventry.
It comes less than two months until the Games are set to begin, and days after the US State Department issued a travel warning for Japan over virus risks.
Brazil could have secured more Pfizer doses faster, but Bolsonaro's government refused an offer last August to purchase more than 70 million of them.
Even before the global health crisis hit, the NHS was already under severe strain.
The WHO said Friday that even the vaccinated should keep wearing masks in areas where the virus is spreading.
A variety of incentives are being offered across the country to convince the undecided, including beer, donuts or tickets to sporting events.
Twelve hours after he was placed in a prone position, medics turned him face up and were surprised that he had an erection.