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There's still huge amounts we don't know about long-term Covid

February 22, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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From Washington state to Florida, from California to Massachusetts, facilities are opening to help the growing number of Americans who suffer from Covid-19 symptoms many months after their diagnosis.

The extent to which coronavirus has spread in Tanzania remains unknown, but Tedros said cases involving infected Tanzanians traveling abroad underscored the need for “robust action. ”  

This underscores the need for Tanzania to take robust action both to safeguard their own people and protect populations in these countries and beyond,” his statement said.

Tanzania has not updated its Covid-19 data since late April, leaving the last number of reported confirmed cases at 509 and the death toll at 21.

"There are some of our fellow Tanzanians who recently did travel abroad in search of corona vaccines, they are the ones who brought back corona in our country after returning," Magufuli said at an event on January 27.

Australia's government has condemned the "disgusting" behavior of spectators at the Australian Open tennis tournament Sunday, after sections of the crowd loudly booed a speech praising the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine.

There will be no requirement to quarantine when entering Poland if presenting a negative coronavirus test result, the head of the country's health ministry, Adam Niedzielski, said in a Monday interview with private broadcaster TVN24.

Gaza will begin its Covid-19 vaccination rollout from Monday, the Palestinian Ministry of Health said Sunday, delaying original launch plans by 24 hours.

Authorities in Gaza said they expect a further shipment of 20,000 doses of the Russian Sputnik vaccine to arrive through the Rafah crossing with Egypt on Sunday.

There appears to be positive news that vaccinations will reduce the transmission of Covid-19, according to UK vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi.

He was referring to a study by the University of Oxford that suggests the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine appears to substantially reduce transmission of the virus, rather than simply preventing symptomatic infections.

The first step in the plan will start on March 8, when the government's top priority groups for vaccinations are expected to have "received a degree of immunity, three weeks after being offered their first dose,” Downing Street said.

Across the UK, more than 17 million people have received a first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, the government’s dashboard shows.

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