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Coronavirus Outbreak Headlines

Fewer Americans filed for jobless benefits last week.

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Accessed on 18 June 2022, 0548 UTC.

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                                An aerial photo shows a small section of an atoll at Majuro Atoll in the Marshall Islands.
Marshall Islands confronts COVID-19 outbreak

As a remote nation in the Pacific, the Marshall Islands had been almost completely spared from COVID-19, registering just a handful of cases throughout the pandemic, with no community transmission detected. Read more

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                                People visit Sensoji Buddhism temple in Tokyo’s Asakusa area famous for sightseeing.
Workers in short supply amid record-high COVID-19 cases

From post offices temporarily closing to train and bus operators reducing their services, the seventh wave of coronavirus infections is having a growing impact on social and economic activities across Japan. Read more

ASSOCIATED PRESS / 2021
                                Sima Samar, a prominent activist and physician, who has been fighting for women’s rights in Afghanistan for the past 40 years, speaks during an interview at her house in Kabul, Afghanistan, on March 6, 2021, six months before the Taliban takeover of her country.
Afghan rights leader heartbroken after year of Taliban rule

Sima Samar left Kabul in July 2021 for the United States on her first trip after the COVID-19 pandemic, never expecting Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to flee the country and the Taliban to take power for the second time soon after on Aug. 15. Read more

 

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