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India surpasses 750 million vaccinated against COVID-19

Sep, 13 2021 at 09:17 PM (UTC)

The World Health Organization has congratulated India for scaling up its COVID-19 vaccination rate to an unprecedented pace. The country administered 6.7 million more doses on Monday, surpassing 750 million doses given in total. By comparison, according to Poonam Khetrapal Singh, Regional Director of the WHO South-East Asia region, the first 100 million doses in the country took 85 days to administer, whereas the most recent 100 million took only 13 days. So far, at least 570 million people have received at least one dose, which makes up about 60 percent of the eligible adult population in the country. In total, about 180 million have been fully vaccinated. Additionally, more than 99 percent of healthcare and frontline workers have received at least one dose. https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/india-vaccinations-cross-750-million-101631558431579.html

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Authorities in Nigeria intercept bandit convoy, arrest at least 100

Sep, 09 2021 at 08:30 PM (UTC)

The Zamfara State Government in Nigeria has intercepted a convoy that was supplying food, beverages and fuel to numerous bandit camps around the state. Authorities also arrested more than 100 suspects involved. Governor Bello Matwalle had established a special taskforce to enforce his executive order aimed at addressing the state's growing number of security issues and mass kidnappings. The executive order included restrictions on when certain types of vehicles can travel, what sorts of products can be shipped, and how fuel is purchased in the state to hamper bandits' movements in the region. Matwalle said the military had seen other successes in relation to fighting banditry and that more information on them would be made available in due course. https://guardian.ng/news/banditry-zamfara-govt-intercepts-food-fuel-suppliers-arrests-100-suspects/

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Emergency Alert - At least 41 killed in prison fire in Indonesia

Sep, 09 2021 at 01:34 AM (UTC)

At least 41 people are dead and dozens of others are injured after a fire broke out at a prison in Tangerang, Indonesia. The fire started at about 1:45 a.m. local time on Wednesday, when most of the prisoners were sleeping. Guards were able to unlock some of the cells in the building but had to flee as the blaze became too intense. According to authorities, the prison was overcrowded at the time of the accident. The worst-affected Block C of the prison had 122 inmates, much higher than the 40-person capacity. The cause of the fire is still under investigation but Indonesia's Minister of Law and Human Rights, Yasonna Laoly, said in a statement that an electrical short circuit is likely the culprit. The jail was built in 1972 and has not had upgrades to its electrical system since. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-58483850

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Emergency Alert - Mystery disease in India identified as death toll passes 100

Sep, 07 2021 at 08:56 PM (UTC)

Health authorities in India have determined the origin of a mystery illness that has infected thousands and killed more than 100 people in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. The disease is a combination of both Dengue, a viral infection that spreads through the bites of infected mosquitos, and Scrub Typhus, a bacterial infection that spreads through the bites of chiggers and larval mites. Cases of the mystery disease were first found on August 18 in the Firozabad district, which remains the hardest-hit district, accounting for 51 of the deaths. Forty children have been killed as a result of the two diseases. State health officials have been going door to door to warn people of the new public health threat in an attempt to stymie its spread. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/mystery-fever-india-identified-uttar-pradesh-deaths-dengue-scrub-typhus/

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Almost 6000 terrorists have surrendered to Operation Hadin Kai in Nigeria

Sep, 02 2021 at 10:47 PM (UTC)

According to Nigeria's Acting Director of Defence Media Operations, Brigadier General Bernard Onyeuko, at least 5,890 terrorists have surrendered in response to Operation Hadin Kai. Hadin Kai is an ongoing military operation in the northeastern part of the country that aims to overwhelm extremist groups with excessive firepower to encourage them to surrender peacefully and reenter society. In addition to those who have surrendered, at least 48 terrorists have been killed during the fighting. Roughly 565 of those who have surrendered, including several commanders and other specialists, have been handed over to the Borno state government for additional processing. A wide assortment of firearms and ammunition, including AK-47s, grenades, mortar launchers and anti-aircraft guns have also been recovered during the campaign. https://guardian.ng/news/no-fewer-than-5890-terrorists-surrendered-48-killed-dhq/

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Emergency Alert - Gunmen abduct 73 children in Nigeria

Sep, 01 2021 at 09:06 PM (UTC)

According to Nigerian police, armed attackers abducted 73 children from a school in the country's northwestern Zamfara state on Wednesday. The gunmen raided the Government Day Secondary School in Kaya village at about 11:22 a.m. The Zamfara police spokesman, Mohammed Shehu, said in a statement that a search and rescue team will be working in conjunction with the military to track down the bandits and ensure the abductees return home safely. Zamfara's government has ordered all schools in the state to close for the time being to avoid any additional attacks. Over a dozen similar attacks have occurred in northwest Nigeria since December 2020, with more than 1,100 students having been abducted. https://www.reuters.com/world/africa/many-children-feared-abducted-school-northwest-nigeria-2021-09-01/

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Emergency Alert - One dead and several missing as Tropical Storm Nora batters Mexico

Aug, 31 2021 at 10:57 PM (UTC)

At least one person is dead and several others are missing as Tropical Storm Nora batters Mexico's Pacific coast with torrential downpours and high winds. The storm has caused floods, landslides, damage to about 500 homes and structure collapses since it made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane on Sunday. The deceased victim was a teenager from Spain who lost his life when the hotel he was in collapsed. One woman is missing after her car was swept away by floodwaters and six fishermen from the state of Guerrero are missing at sea. Nora was downgraded to a Tropical Storm by Sunday afternoon but continues to drench the region with heavy rains. According to the U.S. National Hurricane Center, the storm is expected to continue to weaken as it "moves roughly parallel to the coast of Mexico" over the coming days. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/8/30/one-dead-several-missing-as-tropical-storm-nora-lashes-mexico

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Singapore reaches 80 percent vaccination rate

Aug, 30 2021 at 10:45 PM (UTC)

According to Singapore’s Health Minister Ong Ye Kung, the country has passed a crucial milestone in the fight against COVID-19. As of Sunday, more than 80 percent of the country's 5.7 million citizens have been fully vaccinated. With this development, Singapore now has the highest COVID-19 vaccination rate in the world, followed by the United Arab Emirates, Uruguay and Chile, all of which have vaccinated over 70 percent of their respective populations. Earlier in the month, Ong stated that if inoculation rates continued to rise and cases were under control, the country would be able to loosen economic restrictions, allow social activities and resume quarantine-free travel. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/8/29/singapore-vaccinates-80-percent-of-population-against-covid-19

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Gunmen in Nigeria free kidnapped children

Aug, 28 2021 at 02:54 AM (UTC)

Gunmen in Nigeria have freed a number of children who were abducted from a school in Tegina, Niger state. The students were originally kidnapped in May before a small number of them managed to escape in June. There were unconfirmed reports that six of them had died in captivity around this same time. The Head Teacher of the school, Abubakar Alhassan, said that he could not give an exact number of students who had been freed but that there weren't any still in captivity. Alhassan also said that the students looked unhealthy, frail, and exhausted and they are now being treated in a hospital in the state capital, Minna. Kidnappings for ransom have been on the rise in the country, with more than 1,000 students being abducted from schools in northern Nigeria since December of last year. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-58351793

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India may be entering endemic stage of coronavirus

Aug, 26 2021 at 09:44 PM (UTC)

According to Dr Soumya Swaminathan, the World Health Organization's (WHO) chief scientist, India seems to be "entering some stage of endemicity". When a disease is described as endemic, it means that it is still present within a specific region but the impact is manageable. The statement comes as the country is easing it's restrictions due to reduced numbers of daily infections. Daily confirmed cases have dropped down to 25,000 this week from a peak of 400,000 in April. Despite this, health experts are still encouraging precaution, as the possibility of a third wave of infections still looms. Because of the threat of new variants and the large population of India, it is still uncertain when the country will enter the endemic stage. However, Swaminathan stated that while there will be "ups and downs" at a regional level, it is unlikely that there will be another surge in cases as drastic as the second wave that caused severe shortages of oxygen and other resources. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-58302480

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