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Boris Johnson has announced that all Covid-19 restrictions will be lifted on Thursday 24 February as a part of his ‘Living with Covid’ plan. This means that those who receive a positive Covid-19 test will still be advised...

By Mehr Ali on Feb 22nd, 2022

100M new COVID-19 cases were reported in less than a month worldwide. The world saw 100 million COVID-19 cases in just the past month amid the spread of the extremely infectious omicron variant.  On Tuesday, the world reached...

By Mehr Ali on Feb 10th, 2022

Two nurses on Long Island are accused of collecting more than $1.5 million by selling forged Covid-19 vaccination cards, according to the Suffolk County district attorney’s office. The nurses, Julie DeVuono, who owns Wild Child Pediatric...

By Mehr Ali on Feb 1st, 2022

Juan Bernat, Sergio Rico, Thilo Kehrer, Lionel Messi, Eric Junior Dina Ebimbe and Nathan Bitumazala have contracted the virus and are in quarantine. At the same time, Neymar is to continue treatment on an ankle injury in Brazil...

By Mehr Ali on Jan 3rd, 2022

A world-renowned kickboxing champion has died from Covid complications after he refused to acknowledge he had the virus and discharged himself from the hospital. Frederic Sinistra, known as The Undertaker in the kickboxing community,...

By Mehr Ali on Dec 28th, 2021

Kevin De Bruyne will miss Manchester City’s game at Everton on Sunday and Wednesday’s Champions League match at home to Paris St-Germain as a minimum after testing positive for Covid-19.  The Belgium playmaker is isolated after...

By Mehr Ali on Nov 20th, 2021

Three snow leopards at a zoo in Lincoln, Nebraska, have died of complications from COVID-19, the Lincoln Children’s Zoo announced Friday evening. Two Sumatran tigers who contracted the virus at the zoo have “seemingly”...

By Mehr Ali on Nov 15th, 2021

While thousands of visitors go to Shanghai Disneyland for amusement and watching fireworks. Staff quietly sealed the park, preparing to test everyone for Covid-19 after a single Covid case.All the tourists, nearly 34,000 people, and staff...

By Mehr Ali on Nov 2nd, 2021

The White House unveiled the allocation for sharing 3 million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID 19 vaccine to Afghanistan. Karine Jean – Pierre, White House Spokesperson said the J&J COVID-19 vaccine will be shipped...

By Khaama Press on Jun 26th, 2021

According to the Ministry of Public Health, in the past 24 hours, 5,070 suspected cases of Coronavirus have been tested in the ministry’s laboratories, out of which 1,804 have tested positive. In the last 24-hour, 71 people have died...

By Khaama Press on Jun 14th, 2021

The U.S Embassy in Kabul has announced suspension of Visa operations, in response to third wave of COVID-19 outbreak in Afghanistan. The U.S Embassy has published a press statement, announcing the closure of its Consular Section due...

By Khaama Press on Jun 11th, 2021

As the increase of COVID-19 cases spread concerns in Afghanistan, the government has decided to send senior age government officials and employees home. The government of Afghanistan issued a statement last night giving a 14-day holiday...

By Khaama Press on Jun 6th, 2021

Image Source: Social Media Total COVID-19 cases in India hit the mark of 400,000 people for the fourth consecutive day on Sunday despite strict lockdowns to control the virus. The total death fatalities have reached 4,092 people in the...

By Khaama Press on May 9th, 2021

The acting Minister of Public Health Wahid Majrooh said Sunday, an advisory meeting was held at Presidential Palace aimed at managing and preventing further spread of COVID-19 amid the third wave of the virus. According to Majrooh, the...

By Khaama Press on May 2nd, 2021

Image Source: Social Media India’s daily rise of COVID-19 virus rises to 401,993 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, while 3,523 patients succumbed to the quickly spreading disease over the past 24 hours, according to health ministry data. 7.7...

By Khaama Press on May 1st, 2021