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Heathrow arrivals face six-hour queues for COVID-19 checks

April 15, 2021
Travellers arriving at Heathrow are being forced to queue for up to six hours due to coronavirus checks at the border, an airport executive said.

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India to produce 850 million doses of Sputnik V vaccine

One dead, 12 missing after vessel capsizes in Gulf of Mexico


India to produce 850 million doses of Sputnik V vaccine

April 15, 2021
India will produce 850 million doses of the Sputnik V vaccine annually, as disclosed in the capital.

One dead, 12 missing after vessel capsizes in Gulf of Mexico

April 15, 2021
One crew member was pronounced dead and 12 are missing after a vessel capsized in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, U.S. Coast Guard confirmed Wednesday.

Maryland: More than 80% of seniors, more than 50% of adults have received COVID-19 vaccine

April 14, 2021
Governor Larry Hogan announced that, according to official CDC data, more than 80% of Marylanders 65 and older, and more than 50% of Marylanders 18 and older, have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

87% of U.S. drivers were engaged in various distracted driving behaviors

April 14, 2021
87% of U.S. drivers (87%) have engaged in various distracted driving behaviors while operating a vehicle for personal reasons in the past 90 days, according to a new survey commissioned by Selective and conducted by The Harris Poll.

Japan's decision to dump Fukushima water into ocean justified, expert says

April 14, 2021
Japan’s decision to release radiation-tainted water from the accident-hit Fukushima nuclear power plant into the ocean is correct, but this should be done far away from the shore, one of the leading global experts in nuclear security told TASS on Tuesday.

Mauritius receives first batch of COVID-19 vaccines from China

April 14, 2021
The first batch of China's Sinopharm vaccines arrived in Mauritius Tuesday evening to help boost the country's vaccination campaign against COVID-19.

Former Kuwaiti premier held on corruption charges

April 14, 2021
A Kuwaiti court on Tuesday ordered the detention of former Prime Minister Jaber al-Mubarak al-Hamad al-Sabah on corruption charges, a Kuwaiti legal source said.

German companies obliged to provide free COVID-19 tests for employees

April 14, 2021
Companies in Germany have to provide free COVID-19 tests for their employees as the German government added a corresponding obligation to the country's coronavirus occupational health and safety ordinance on Tuesday.

France suspends all flights with Brazil due to virus variant

April 14, 2021
France has decided to suspend all flights to and from Brazil to contain the spread of the coronavirus variant detected in the South American country, Prime Minister Jean Castex told the National Assembly on Tuesday.
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