Singapore confirmed its first case of Covid-19 new strain

Singapore today confirmed 24/12 first case of Covid-19 infection newly discovered in the UK.

11 people in Singapore quarantine have preliminary positive results for the new strain, according to the Nikkei. Photo: Shutterstock

In addition, 11 people in Singapore quarantine also had preliminary results positive for Covid-19 new strain, according to the Nikkei.

The global Covid-19 pandemic so far has recorded 78,576,628 cases, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. This epidemic has also claimed the lives of at least 1,728,069 people.

India, the world’s Covid-19 hotspot, confirmed 24,712 new Covid-19 infections in the past 24 hours, as of 13:23 on December 24, up from 23,950 new infections in days earlier. The total number of Covid-19 infections in India to date amounts to 10.12 million.

Meanwhile, Australian officials today asked millions of Sydney people to limit their travel for Christmas. Many families were blocked off and indoor activities in this city were limited to no more than 10 people.

In Korea, the government has signed an agreement with the pharmaceutical company Pfizer and Janssen – a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson pharmaceutical company on the import of vaccines. South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun said that the country would import vaccines from Pfizer enough for 10 million people and vaccine Janssen for 6 million people.

This morning, China confirmed that there were 17 new Covid-19 infections yesterday, December 24, of which 11 were on entries and the remaining 6 were identified in Liaoning province, northeastern China. National.

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