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Borders slam shut as world rushes to contain new Covid variant

World governments rushed to contain a new, heavily mutated Covid-19 strain Sunday, with Israel slamming its borders shut to foreign nationals and Australia reporting its first cases of the variant.
2 months ago|Washington, United States

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16 of these news sources are bias rated
8 are CENTER
L 38%
C 49%
13%
CBC News
The Hindu
The Korea Times
Dawn
+3
IBTimes
Bangkok Post
KCRA 3
WCVB
+5
Independent.ie
India Today
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Yahoo News
Yahoo News

Japan slams borders shut as world races to stem new Covid variant

Japan announced plans Monday to bar all new foreign travellers over the Omicron variant of Covid-19, joining a growing list of countries trying to erect virtual fortresses against the heavily mutated new strain.

2 months ago|Los Angeles, United States
CBC News
CBC NewsL

Dutch officials confirm 13 cases of omicron variant as travel rules tighten around the world

More omicron infections were reported around the world on Sunday, with 13 cases of the new coronavirus variant found in the Netherlands and two in Australia, as more countries tried to seal themselves off by imposing travel restrictions.

2 months ago|Canada
The Hindu
The Hindu L

Omicron variant shuts borders across the globe

The new, heavily mutated variant spread across the globe on Sunday, shutting borders, renewing curbs and sparking fears

2 months ago|India
Independent.ie
Independent.ieR

Netherlands confirms 13 Omicron cases as travel curbs tightened across the world

The Dutch public health authority has confirmed that 13 people who arrived in the Netherlands on flights from South Africa on Friday have so far tested positive for the new Omicron coronavirus variant.

2 months ago|Ireland
IBTimes
IBTimesC

Borders Slam Shut As World Rushes To Contain New Covid Variant

World governments rushed to contain a new, heavily mutated Covid-19 strain Sunday, with Israel slamming its borders shut to foreign nationals and Australia reporting its first cases of the variant.

2 months ago|United States
IOL
IOL

Borders slam shut as world rushes to contain Omicron

2 months ago|South Africa
Bangkok Post
Bangkok Post C

Borders slam shut as world rushes to contain new Covid variant

SYDNEY: World governments rushed to contain a new, heavily mutated Covid-19 strain Sunday, with Israel slamming its borders shut to foreign nationals and Australia reporting its first cases of the variant.

2 months ago|กทม, Thailand
KCRA 3
KCRA 3C

Countries confirm omicron cases as travel curbs tighten

While much remains to be learned about the new variant, researchers are concerned that it may be more resistant to the protection provided by vaccines and could mean that the pandemic lasts for longer than anticipated.

2 months ago|Sacramento, United States
The Guardian Nigeria
The Guardian Nigeria

New Covid variant shuts borders across the globe

A new, heavily mutated Covid-19 variant spread across the globe on Sunday, shutting borders and renewing curbs as the EU chief said governments faced a "race against time" to understand the strain.The post New Covid variant shuts borders across the globe appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News.

2 months ago|Nigeria
Eyewitness News
Eyewitness News

Borders slam shut as world rushes to contain new COVID variant

The variant now known as Omicron has cast doubt on global efforts to fight the pandemic because of fears that it is highly infectious, forcing countries to reimpose measures many had hoped were a thing of the past.

2 months ago|South Africa
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BIAS COVERAGE DISTRIBUTION

16 of these news sources are bias rated
8 are CENTER
L 38%
C 49%
13%
CBC News
The Hindu
The Korea Times
Dawn
Koco News5
GMA Filipino News
IBTimes
Bangkok Post
KCRA 3
WCVB
WMUR
WTAE
KCCI
KETV
Independent.ie
India Today
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