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2021-05-14 Covid: Delay child vaccinations and share jabs with Covax, says WHO

Wealthier nations should instead donate more vaccines to low-income countries, the health body says.

2021-05-14 Covid cases mean Australia repatriation flight from India not full

Dozens of citizens are understood to have tested positive ahead of the first flight home from Delhi.

2021-05-14 'I have no food': What it's like to live inside Cambodia's Covid red zone

An estimated 120,000 people live in red zones in Phnom Penh, where they say food and help, is scarce.

2021-05-13 Singer-songwriter Yola: From sofa hopping to Nashville

The singer-songwriter got stuck in Nashville, USA, during the pandemic.

2021-05-13 Covid crisis grips crowded Kolkata

Kolkata, one of the most densely-populated cities in India, hasn't escaped the Covid-19 surge.

2021-05-13 India Covid: How law stops NGOs distributing essential aid

NGOs tell BBC Newsnight they're unable to send oxygen concentrators to people who need them.

2021-05-13 Covid: US relaxes mask guidance for fully vaccinated Americans

US health officials say masks and physical distancing are no longer needed for vaccinated Americans.

2021-05-13 Amazon set to hire 75,000 workers in US and Canada

The online retail giant is hiring extra staff to meet growing demand as the pandemic continues.

2021-05-13 Covid vaccine: Ohio lottery offers residents shot at $1m

The US state's governor tries to boost flagging demand for jabs with government-funded cash prizes.

2021-05-12 I love being a mogul: Hollywood stars go into business

With the pandemic shutting down Hollywood over the past year, actors have been starting companies.

2021-05-12 Covid: The race to vaccinate the world

What happens when vaccines are slow to arrive - and what it means for ending lockdowns.

2021-05-12 Why is this French doctor throwing away vaccines?

France has had a low uptake of the AstraZeneca vaccine which is creating stockpiles of the drug.

2021-05-12 Covid: Report finds serious failures in WHO and global response

An independent review calls the international response to the pandemic a 'toxic cocktail'.

2021-05-11 As India halts vaccine exports, Nepal faces its own Covid crisis

The landlocked country, which relies on India for medical supplies, is seeing a dramatic rise in cases.

2021-05-11 How Italy's healthcare staff survived the pandemic

Nurses in Italy have been instrumental in helping to fight Covid-19 - but it's taken a heavy toll.

2021-05-11 India coronavirus: 'My city is under siege from Covid'

The BBC's Vikas Pandey has called Delhi home for more than a decade - but Covid has changed everything.

2021-05-11 What are Eid and Ramadan and when are they?

Ramadan is one of the most important events in the Islamic calendar, but it's been affected by lockdown.

2021-05-11 India Covid: Dozens more bodies wash up on Ganges river bank

A further 50 corpses are found on embankments, this time in Uttar Pradesh, as India battles Covid.

2021-05-11 WHO says India Covid variant of 'global concern'

The WHO says the B.1.617 mutation spreads more easily than other variants and requires further study.

2021-05-11 Jerusalem crisis: Pleas for calm as violence escalates

The EU, the US and the EU call for the violence to stop after Israel and the Palestinians exchange fire.

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