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The World Health Organization is "very worried" about the spread of Covid-19 in Europe as the continent battles a fresh wave of infections.
Speaking to the BBC, regional director Dr Hans Kluge warned that 500,000 more deaths could be recorded by March unless urgent action is taken.
US drug company Pfizer has penned a deal to allow its experimental Covid-19 treatment pill to be made and sold in 95 developing nations.
The deal with the UN-backed Medicines Patent Pool not-for-profit could make the treatment available to 53% of the world's population.
A woman from Argentina appears to have rid herself of HIV without drugs or treatment - the second documented case of its kind in the world.
New waves of coronavirus infections are washing over several European countries.
Europe is yet again struggling with a new wave of coronavirus infections across the continent, and residents are becoming impatient with measures put forward to protect them.
The meeting's major outcome was a commitment to slash tariffs on vaccines and other pandemic-related medical supplies to streamline the international response to the deadly health crisis.
An important trial will test how to boost Covid jab protection in vulnerable patients whose immune systems are weakened by drugs they need for other health conditions.
A dog has tested positive for Covid - the first documented case of its kind in the UK - officials have confirmed.
They believe the pet, who is recovering at home, caught it from its owner.
The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) says cases like this are extremely rare and there is no strong evidence to suggest that dogs, cats or other pets are passing on the virus to humans.
India's first COVID-19 vaccine has been cited as effective by a leading medical journal, while Israel is preparing for a worse case variant scenario.