Thai authorities on Tuesday greenlighted a pilot model for quarantine-free travel to ultra-popular beach destination Phuket, a first step towards the tourist-hungry kingdom’s goal of resuscitating its pandemic-battered economy.
Tokyo 2020 organisers threw open the doors of the Olympic Village to the media on Sunday, showcasing virus upgrades including a fever clinic just over a month before the Games begin.
China on Sunday announced it had administered its one-billionth shot in the world’s biggest coronavirus inoculation drive as Brazil’s death toll from the pandemic passed 500,000.
For Japanese condom makers, the Olympics was supposed to be a golden opportunity, with hordes of eager tourists and tens of thousands of their innovative, ultra-thin prophylactics given to athletes.
A spiked drink, a puff of dust, missing memories, and an empty bank account.
Naho has played a crucial role in fighting Japan’s two deadly coronavirus waves this year, the worst the country has faced since the pandemic began.
The Taj Mahal reopened to visitors Wednesday, as Indian authorities loosened restrictions following an easing in the country’s devastating recent coronavirus surge.
A huge red banner welcomed more than 11,000 students in Wuhan for a massive graduation ceremony over a year after the city was battered by the first global outbreak of Covid-19.
A Pakistan province said Friday it will block the mobile phones of people refusing to get Covid-19 jabs, in the latest move to penalize the unvaccinated in a country where only a fraction of the population have been inoculated.
Twenty-eight elephants have been tested for Covid-19 at a forest reserve in southern India, officials said Wednesday, after the reported death of a rare Asiatic lion from the virus.
Tanya Ashnigdh is four months pregnant and frightened, one of the millions of expectant mothers excluded from India’s faltering vaccination drive despite being at greater risk from Covid-19.
A woman died after an ex-security guard at a Pakistani hospital posed as a doctor and performed surgery on her, police said Monday.
Forty years ago this month the first men began dying of a mysterious disease in California that would later be identified as AIDS.
With a busy job that left little time to think about starting a family, Erica decided to sidestep Singapore’s ban on egg freezing for a chance to have children later in life.
Thousands of doctors across India wore black armbands on Tuesday calling for the arrest of a hugely popular guru who has claimed yoga can prevent Covid-19 and that conventional medicine has killed thousands of coronavirus patients.