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COVID Risks Will ‘Never Be Zero’ as England’s Lockdown Eased 13 Apr 2021

COVID Risks Will ‘Never Be Zero’ as England’s Lockdown Eased

England's lockdown easing could lead to a rise in COVID-19 cases but there will "never be zero risk" from catching the disease — regardless of what restrictions are in place, a leading scientist said.

Over 7,400 PCR tests for passengers suspected of COVID-19 13 Apr 2021

Over 7,400 PCR tests for passengers suspected of COVID-19

Some 7,414 passengers underwent PCR tests under a plan to rapidly identify suspected cases of coronavirus and prevent the spread of new UK strain.

Travel Ban Placed to 39 Countries as COVID-19 Death Toll Soars 12 Apr 2021

Travel Ban Placed to 39 Countries as COVID-19 Death Toll Soars

Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami said on Sunday that Iran placed travel ban on 39 countries amid the fourth wave of coronavirus pandemic in Iran.

Trump Officials Bragged About Pressuring CDC to Alter COVID Reports 11 Apr 2021

Trump Officials Bragged About Pressuring CDC to Alter COVID Reports

Congressional investigators released emails and documents that show Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) appointees under former President Donald Trump regularly bragged about their efforts to alter staff scientists’ reports on the coronavirus.

IRCS:+131,000 passengers undergone Covid screening 10 Apr 2021

IRCS:+131,000 passengers undergone Covid screening

Over 131,000 passengers have so far been screened for coronavirus by thermal tests at the country's official borders within a month (March 10 – April 9), the Iranian Red Crescent Society (IRCS) spokesperson said on Saturday.

EU Agency Examines Reports of Blood Clots with J&J COVID Vaccine 10 Apr 2021

EU Agency Examines Reports of Blood Clots with J&J COVID Vaccine

The EU’s drug regulator is reviewing reports of rare blood clots in four people who received Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine and has expanded its inquiry into AstraZeneca’s shot to include reports of a bleeding condition.

health ministry: Nationwide lockdown necessary to contain Corona 07 Apr 2021

health ministry: Nationwide lockdown necessary to contain Corona

The Iranian Ministry of Health has announced that a nationwide lockdown is necessary for two weeks in order to curb the recent wave of coronavirus which has surged infections and mortalities following the Noruz (New Year holidays).

Iran Extends Traffic Restrictions to Iraq 07 Apr 2021

Iran Extends Traffic Restrictions to Iraq

Iran's Deputy Interior Minister for Security Affairs Hossein Zolfaqari said that the the Islamic Republic has extended traffic restrictions to neighboring Iraq for another two weeks.

US Human Rights ‘Deteriorated’ in 2020 07 Apr 2021

US Human Rights ‘Deteriorated’ in 2020

The situation of human rights in the United States deteriorated further in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic and the presidency of Donald Trump exacerbated pre-existing rights concerns while the Black Lives Matter movement against police brutality exposed widespread racism, according to a new report on global human rights by Amnesty International released Tuesday.

Iran receives COVID vaccines via COVAX 06 Apr 2021

Iran receives COVID vaccines via COVAX

The Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran, as one of the self-financing participant countries of the COVAX Facility, has received the first batch of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine with 700,800 doses.