The Government of Canada Monday announced it will reopen its land borders to US citizens who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of August 9.
England started Monday enjoying once again all pre-pandemic freedoms after the reopening had been postponed earlier this year due to the appearance of new coronavirus variants.
Uruguay was depicted in yellow Sunday in Harvard's Index of contagion risk, which is tantamount to “moderate” after seven months listed among the more dangerous countries.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was forced to backtrack on his decision to stick to his commitments despite having been in touch with a positive case of covid-19.
Brazil's Vice President Hamilton Mourão Friday celebrated the prompt recovery of President Jair Bolsonaro, who is still hospitalized in São Paulo for an intestinal obstruction.
The Argentine University of Comahue Friday announced the discovery on its campus of dinosaur-era egg nests. The 73 specimens found are birds 85 million years old from the Cretaceous period.
China openly rejected the World Health Organization request for more information, and transparency, regarding an investigation into the origins of the COVID 19 pandemic.
Argentina's Health Ministry has called for tenders to purchase a large assortment of items, including 10,000 wooden human penises for educational purposes, it was reported.
João Doria, Governor of the Brazilian State of São Paulo, has tested yet again positive for Sars-CoV-2, despite having received both doses of the Coronavac immunizer, it was announced.
Falkland Islands' Executive Council, ExCo, approved on Thursday a further change to quarantine measures for people travelling to the Falkland Islands by air with the introduction of a new 5-day‘ test to release’ option. This initiative was identified during the latest six-week review of quarantine arrangements, in line with the requirements of the Infectious Diseases Control Regulations 2020, as well as in light of the Covid-19 vaccination status of the community.