UZBEKISTAN

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UZBEKISTAN

78,272

Total Cases

620

Total Deaths

76,752

Total Recovered

900

Total Active Cases

0

New Deaths

+53

New Cases


via arabnews01/22/2021

Real Madrid coach Zidane positive for Covid-19 - Arab News

MADRID: Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has tested positive for Covid-19, the Spanish club announced Friday. The positive test comes a day before Madrid travel to Alaves in La Liga seeking to bounce back from an embarrassing midweek Copa del Rey exit. “Real Madrid C.F. report that our coach Zinedine Zidane has tested positive for Covid-19,” the club said in a statement.

via menafn01/22/2021

Uzbekistan reveals COVID-19 data for January 22 - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 22

By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases for January 22 in Uzbekistan increased to 78,272, Trend reports with reference to the statistics of the Uzbek Ministry of Health.

To date, 76,752 patie

via menafn01/20/2021

Uzbekistan reveals COVID-19 data for January 20 - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 20

By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases for January 20 in Uzbekistan increased to 78,163, Trend reports with reference to the statistics of the Uzbek Ministry of Health.

To date, 76,624 patie

via menafn01/18/2021

Uzbekistan to receive Pfizer/Biotech vaccine against COVID-19 - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 18

By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:

Uzbekistan will receive 100,000 doses of vaccine against COVID-19 from Pfizer / Biotech under the COVAX program, Trend reports referring to the press service of the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan.


via finance.yahoo01/12/2021

BMW sales fall 8.4% in 2020 as coronavirus takes toll - Yahoo Finance

BMW said it saw a 8.4% drop in vehicles sales in 2020 as the outbreak of coronavirus took its toll and many retail outlets around the world were closed for months. However, customer demand picked up in the fourth quarter, rising 3.2% year-on-year, BMW said on Tuesday. "We succeeded in concluding the year with a strong fourth quarter and once again we lead the premium segment worldwide," BMW board member Pieter Nota said in a statement.

via menafn01/09/2021

Uzbekistan reveals its COVID-19 data for January 9 - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 9

By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases for January 9 in Uzbekistan increased to 77,530, Trend reports with reference to the statistics of the Uzbek Ministry of Health.

To date, 75,947 patient

via menafn01/07/2021

Uzbekistan reveals its COVID-19 data for January 7 - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 7

By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases for January 7 in Uzbekistan increased to 77,412, Trend reports with reference to the statistics of the Uzbek Ministry of Health.

To date, 75,759 patient

via arabnews01/22/2021

Palestine make football history with win over Kuwait - Arab News

Palestine are confident of a revival in their footballing fortunes after making history by defeating Kuwait for the first time. Sameh Maraaba headed the only goal of Monday night’s friendly at Kuwait City’s Jaber Al-Ahmad International Stadium with 19 minutes remaining, and despite pressure from the 1980 Asian champions, the visitors saw the game out. This was a welcome and

via menafn01/21/2021

Uzbekistan reveals COVID-19 data for January 21 - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 21

By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases for January 21 in Uzbekistan increased to 78,219, Trend reports with reference to the statistics of the Uzbek Ministry of Health.

To date, 76,655 patie


via deccanherald01/18/2021

Coronavirus vaccine news updates: 3.81 lakh vaccinated against Covid-19 in India - Deccan Herald

After kickstarting its Covid-19 vaccination on Saturday, India has inoculated 2,24,301 beneficiaries so far, out of which only 447 cases reported adverse events following immunisation (AEFI). India has approved two vaccines — Covaxin developed by Bharat Biotech and Covishield from the Oxford/AstraZeneca stable being manufactured by the Serum Institute of India — for emergency

via cruisecritic.co.uk01/15/2021

Cruise Lines See Spike in Bookings From Over-50s Following COVID-19 Vaccination Roll Out - CruiseCritic.co.uk

Travel companies including TUI which owns Marella Cruises and TUI River Cruises said they had seen a huge surge in bookings in the past few days as the vaccine reached the over-80s and over-70s and consumer confidence in travel started to return. "The development and roll-out of the vaccine is...

via menafn01/11/2021

Uzbekistan extends suspension of international flights - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 11

By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:

According to the new decision of the special republican commission to combat сoronavirus, Uzbekistan has extended the ban on flights from a number of countries until February 1 this year, Trend report

via advances.sciencemag.org01/09/2021

A smartphone-read ultrasensitive and quantitative saliva test for COVID-19 - Science Advances

Point-of-care COVID-19 assays that are more sensitive than the current RT-PCR (reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction) gold standard assay are needed to improve disease control efforts. We describe the development of a portable, ultrasensitive saliva-based COVID-19 assay with a 15-min sample-to-answer time that does not require RNA isolation or laboratory equipment. This assay uses CRISPR-Cas12a activity to enhance viral amplicon signal, which is stimulated by the laser diode of a smartphone-based fluorescence microscope device. This device robustly quantified viral load over a broad linear range (1 to 105 copies/μl) and exhibited a limit of detection (0.38 copies/μl) below that of the RT-PCR reference assay. CRISPR-read SARS-CoV-2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2) RNA levels were similar in patient saliva and nasal swabs, and viral loads measured by RT-PCR and the smartphone-read CRISPR assay demonstrated good correlation, supporting the potential use of this portable assay for saliva-based point-of-care COVID-19 diagnosis.

via advances.sciencemag.org01/06/2021

Partisan pandemic: How partisanship and public health concerns affect individuals' social mobility during COVID-19 - Science Advances

Rampant partisanship in the United States may be the largest obstacle to the reduced social mobility most experts see as critical to limiting the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Analyzing a total of just over 1.1 million responses collected daily between 4 April and 10 September reveals not only that partisanship is more important than public health concerns for explaining individuals’ willingness to stay at home and reduce social mobility but also that the effect of partisanship has grown over time—especially among Republicans. All else equal, the relative importance of partisanship for the increasing (un)willingness of Republicans to stay at home highlights the challenge that politics poses for public health.


via menafn01/20/2021

Uzbekistan names start date for vaccination against COVID-19 - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 20

By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:

Deputy Head of the Sanitary and Epidemiological Wellbeing and Public Health Service Botirjon Kurbanov spoke on the Zamon program of the Sevimli TV channel about the beginning of mass vaccination against coronavirus in Uzbekistan, Trend reports with reference to the statistics of the Uzbek Ministry of Health.

To date, 76,585 patie

via deccanherald01/18/2021

Coronavirus vaccine news updates: Delhi kicks off second day of inoculation, govt to increase number of vaccination sites - Deccan Herald

After kickstarting its Covid-19 vaccination on Saturday, India has inoculated 2,24,301 beneficiaries so far, out of which only 447 cases reported adverse events following immunisation (AEFI). India has approved two vaccines — Covaxin developed by Bharat Biotech and Covishield from the Oxford/AstraZeneca stable being manufactured by the Serum Institute of India — for emergency

via rferl.org01/13/2021

HRW Urges Biden To Champion Human Rights After Trump's 'Disastrous' Tenure - Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

HRW is calling on Biden to reinforce the commitment of the U.S. to human rights after four years of shirking it during Trump’s presidency, and to join broad coalitions that have emerged to stand up to "powerful actors" such as Russia and China that have been undermining the global rights system.

via koreaherald01/11/2021

Moon says all S. Koreans will be given free COVID-19 vaccines - The Korea Herald

President Moon Jae-in said Monday that the government will provide all South Korean people with free-of-charge COVID-19 vaccines in phases starting next month. "(The government) will make sure that all of the people will be inoculated free of charge in accordance with priorities," he said in his New Year's address, assuring that inoculation will begin in February. Having signed contracts with some foreign...

via menafn01/08/2021

Uzbekistan reveals its COVID-19 data for January 8 - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 8

By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases for January 8 in Uzbekistan increased to 77,485, Trend reports with reference to the statistics of the Uzbek Ministry of Health.

To date, 75,875 patient