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By Joe McDonald, Associated Press
Shanghai has been under lockdown since March 28, and authorities said Saturday that the strict measures would be lifted in areas with no new cases in the last 14 days following another round of mass testing.
By Associated Press
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing mounting challenges to his leadership as authorities investigate if he and his staff violated lockdown restrictions by organizing multiple gatherings last year. The unpublished report has been delayed until the civil and criminal…
By PBS NewsHour
With just over two weeks before the opening of the Beijing Winter Olympics, residents of the Chinese capital are disappointed at not being able to attend events because of coronavirus restrictions.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has apologized for attending a garden party during Britain's first coronavirus lockdown, but brushed aside opposition demands that he resign for breaching the rules his own government had imposed on the nation.
By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
By Ken Moritsugu, Associated Press
A third Chinese city has locked down its residents because of a COVID-19 outbreak, raising the number confined to their homes in China to about 20 million people.
The previous government released an order in early December, making vaccination mandatory for the 60 and over age group, as well as medical personnel, police officers, firefighters and medical students.
By Jennifer Sinco Kelleher, Terry Tang, Associated Press
First responders, hospitals, schools and government agencies have employed an all-hands-on-deck approach to keep the public safe, but they are worried how much longer they can keep it up.
By John Pye, Associated Press
Djokovic was given a medical exemption backed by the Victoria state government and Australian Open organizers on Jan. 1, based on information he supplied to two independent medical panels, and he was approved for a visa electronically.
By Nicole Winfield, Peter Smith, Associated Press
In the United States, many churches canceled in-person services, but for those that did have in-person worship, clerics reported smaller but significant attendance.
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