Live COVID-19 updates: Chile receives more Sinovac COVID-19 vaccines – Big News Network

BEIJING — The following are the updates on the global fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
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COLOMBO — A 10-day nationwide quarantine curfew will be imposed in Sri Lanka from Friday night in order to prevent a further spread of the COVID-19 virus, the country’s Army Commander and Head of the National Operations Center for Prevention of COVID-19 Outbreak, General Shavendra Silva said on Friday.
Silva told Xinhua that the curfew will come into effect from 10:00 p.m. Friday local time and will be lifted at 4:00 a.m. local time on Aug. 30.
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DHAKA — Bangladesh reported 5,993 new COVID-19 cases and 145 more deaths on Friday, pushing the case tally at 1,453,203 and the death toll at 25,023, the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) said.
The official data showed that 34,892 samples were tested in the last 24 hours as of 8:00 a.m. local time Friday across Bangladesh.
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KAMPALA — Uganda announced on Friday that starting Sept. 3, all inbound travelers will be subjected to mandatory COVID-19 tests regardless of their vaccination status.
Health Minister Ruth Aceng told reporters that the travelers including children will be required to arrive with the negative result of a PCR test done within 72 hours prior to travel.
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MANILA — China delivered an additional batch of Sinovac CoronaVac vaccines to the Philippines Saturday morning to support the Southeast Asian country’s inoculation campaign against the COVID-19 pandemic.
China has been delivering Sinovac CoronaVac to the Philippines since Feb. 28, and more than 50 percent of the COVID-19 vaccines delivered to the Philippines come from China.
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SANTIAGO — Chile received Friday a new shipment of COVID-19 vaccine doses from the Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinovac.
The shipment, which was delivered at the Santiago international airport, will allow more people to receive vaccination, said Deputy Health Minister Paula Daza.
Xinhua
21st August 2021, 15:44 GMT+10
BEIJING — The following are the updates on the global fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
—-
COLOMBO — A 10-day nationwide quarantine curfew will be imposed in Sri Lanka from Friday night in order to prevent a further spread of the COVID-19 virus, the country’s Army Commander and Head of the National Operations Center for Prevention of COVID-19 Outbreak, General Shavendra Silva said on Friday.
Silva told Xinhua that the curfew will come into effect from 10:00 p.m. Friday local time and will be lifted at 4:00 a.m. local time on Aug. 30.
—-
DHAKA — Bangladesh reported 5,993 new COVID-19 cases and 145 more deaths on Friday, pushing the case tally at 1,453,203 and the death toll at 25,023, the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) said.
The official data showed that 34,892 samples were tested in the last 24 hours as of 8:00 a.m. local time Friday across Bangladesh.
—-
KAMPALA — Uganda announced on Friday that starting Sept. 3, all inbound travelers will be subjected to mandatory COVID-19 tests regardless of their vaccination status.
Health Minister Ruth Aceng told reporters that the travelers including children will be required to arrive with the negative result of a PCR test done within 72 hours prior to travel.
—-
MANILA — China delivered an additional batch of Sinovac CoronaVac vaccines to the Philippines Saturday morning to support the Southeast Asian country’s inoculation campaign against the COVID-19 pandemic.
China has been delivering Sinovac CoronaVac to the Philippines since Feb. 28, and more than 50 percent of the COVID-19 vaccines delivered to the Philippines come from China.
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SANTIAGO — Chile received Friday a new shipment of COVID-19 vaccine doses from the Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinovac.
The shipment, which was delivered at the Santiago international airport, will allow more people to receive vaccination, said Deputy Health Minister Paula Daza.
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