Argentina's Health Minister Carla Vizzotti Thursday announced the Government's Health Pass will be ready next week. The permit, which will ban those who lack it from accessing certain activities, is regarded as an incentive for people to take their COVID-19 vaccines.
Former members of Uruguay's Honorary Scientific Advisory Group (GACH) have recommended a third dose of vaccine against COVID-19 in addition to inoculating children aged 5 to 11.
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary-General Luis Almagro Thursday said in Lima that President Pedro Castillo was determined to fight corruption
Chilean environmentalist Javiera Rojas was found dead in what seems to be yet another case of femicide, but one that has unleashed a series of condemnations from many of her colleagues and human rights organizations alike to raise awareness about the nature of these crimes.
Brazilian authorities are evaluating a series of restrictions for the upcoming year ending celebrations in a move to curb the spread of the new coronavirus Omicron variant, it was reported Thursday.
The Falkland Islands Government has invited the public to welcome the RRS Sir David Attenborough as it makes its maiden voyage into the Falkland Islands on Thursday 9 December 2021.
”December first, Antarctica Day, we are marking the 60th Anniversary of the Antarctic Treaty coming into effect. This year is also the 30th anniversary of the Environmental Protocol; the framework under the Antarctic Treaty which protects Antarctica from environmentally detrimental activity,” the UK Antarctic Heritage Trust celebrated yesterday. Camilla Nichol, the Chief Executive of the foundation, called to celebrate with colleagues across the Polar community and beyond the UK.
French President Emmanuel Macron has reportedly called British Prime Minister Boris Johnson a clown, according to press articles released Thursday in Europe.
Amnesty International (AI) Wednesday launched an alert in the light of an increasing number of child pregnancies all across Paraguay, which has reached epidemic levels, it was reported.
Four people were injured in Germany when a dormant World War II bomb went off Wednesday after 12 noon local time near the Donnersberger Bridge, not far from Munich's central train station.