COVID-19 in ASEAN by the end of January 21: The whole bloc exceeded 16 million cases; Laos considers easing entry regulations

According to the statistics of worldometers.info, as of 23:59 on January 21, countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) recorded 60,751 new cases of COVID-19 and 359 deaths. Laos considers easing regulations against the COVID-19 epidemic. Photo: Xinhua By the end of January 21, the total number of cases in Southeast Asia had … Read more

Laos urges people to be cautious and comply with anti-epidemic regulations

The Lao Ministry of Health has called on people to continue to be cautious and comply with regulations on COVID-19 prevention. Medical staff work at a COVID-19 vaccination site in Vientiane, Laos. Photo: THX/VNA During a press conference in Vientiane on January 18, Deputy Director of the Department of Infectious Diseases Prevention and Control, Lao … Read more

COVID-19 in ASEAN by the end of January 17: The epidemic increased sharply in the Philippines; Laos advises people not to gather in large numbers

According to the statistics of worldometers.info, as of 23:59 on January 17, countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) recorded 64,726 new cases of COVID-19 and 238 deaths. The total number of cases in this region has so far exceeded 15,795,700 cases and 310,502 deaths. Health workers give people a COVID-19 vaccine in … Read more

COVID-19 in ASEAN by the end of January 14: The whole bloc has over 63,000 positive cases; Indonesia lifts entry ban from 14 countries

According to the statistics of worldometers.info, as of 23:59 on January 14, countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) recorded an additional 63,443 new cases of COVID-19 and 281 deaths. The total number of cases in this region has so far exceeded 15,554,700 cases and 309,669 deaths. Passengers check in at Suvarnabhumi International … Read more

Germany adjusts isolation regulations to accommodate variant Omicron

On the evening of January 13 (German time), the German Federal Parliament (Lower House) held a vote on new isolation regulations, which were adjusted to adapt to the Omicron variant that accounts for most of the current cases. in this country. According to the new draft regulation, the isolation period will be shortened for both … Read more

COVID-19 in ASEAN ended January 13: The number of new cases in the Philippines increased rapidly; Laos ramps up production of drug molnupiravir

According to the statistics of worldometers.info, as of 23:59 on January 13, countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) recorded 54,981 new cases of COVID-19 and 315 deaths. The total number of cases in this region has so far exceeded 15,491,257 cases and 309,388 deaths. Tourists on a street in Bangkok, Thailand, January … Read more

The number of daily COVID-19 cases in Japan exceeded 13,000 cases

On January 12, Japan’s daily number of new COVID-19 cases surpassed 13,000, the first time in more than four months, in the context of the sixth wave of epidemics caused by the Omicron variant continuing to spread across the country. country. People wear masks to prevent COVID-19 infection in Naha, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. Photo: Kyodo/VNA … Read more

Philippines records highest number of COVID-19 cases since September 2021

The Philippines Department of Health on January 8 announced that in the past 24 hours, the country recorded 26,458 new cases – the highest level since September 11, 2021. People wait in line to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in Mandaluyong City, on the outskirts of Manila, Philippines. Documentary photo: AFP/VNA Currently, the Philippines has to … Read more

Over 96,300 new cases of COVID-19 were recorded in 2 Australian states

According to the Vietnam News Agency correspondent in Sydney, Australia’s New South Wales (NSW) state on January 8 recorded 45,098 new cases of COVID-19, higher than the level of more than 38,600 cases a day earlier. The state also recorded nine more deaths from COVID-19. Medical staff take samples to test for COVID-19 for people … Read more