The Sindh Health Department took samples of 12 UK returnees for genotyping out of which six were found to be Covid-19 positive, Geo News reported.
German national daily Die Welt said that researchers at Hannover Medical School detected the new variant in samples of an elderly patient who teted positive around November and later died
I welcomed the importance of the UK/EU Agreement as a new starting point for our relationship, between sovereign equals, British Pm tweeted
The Spanish branch of Pfizer informed Madrid on Sunday night of the delay in shipments to the eight nations due to a "problem in the loading and shipment process" at its plant in Belgium, the health ministry said in a statement.
After a year of staying home, travellers look forward to embark on long-haul journeys
Human rights activists say the practice has accelerated during lockdowns, when girls are out of school and more visible, bride traffickers are more active on the Internet and families are more in debt
This is a decision that strengthened the American policy on Tibet and reaffirmed the government's steadfast support for the Dalai Lama and the Central Tibetan Administration
Criminals are using email, websites, phone calls, text messages and even fax messages for their scams
The developing cocoa industry is earning better incomes for farmers
The 2,000-year-old bar frozen in Pompeii ash gives clues on Roman snacking habits
Wars and insurgencies endanger vaccinators in poor nations across Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America
Besides England, lockdowns were also introduced in Scotland and Northern Ireland, while restrictions that were eased for Christmas Day in Wales were re-imposed on Saturday
Hong Kong-based Elise Ip is helping families connect through her project 'Send Flowers With You'
The first French case -- found in a citizen living in Britain who arrived from London on December 19 -- is asymptomatic and self-isolating at home
Pandemic has claimed more than 1.7 million lives and is still running rampant in much of the world, but the recent launching of innoculation campaigns has boosted hopes that 2021 could bring a respite
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