'The war has changed,' CDC says, calling for new response to Delta variantAsia Pacific · July 30, 2021 · 11:41 PM UTC
The war against COVID-19 has changed because of the highly contagious Delta variant, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control said, proposing a clearer message, mandatory vaccines for health workers and a return to universal masking.
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U.S.Republicans trigger review of election officials in Georgia
Georgia Republicans on Friday triggered a formal review of election officials in Fulton County, a Democratic stronghold that includes Atlanta, the first step in a process that could lead to their removal and allow the Republican-controlled state legislature to take control of local election operations.
Asia PacificU.N. compound attacked in western Afghanistan, at least one guard killed
"Anti-government elements" in Afghanistan attacked the main U.N. compound in the capital of the western province of Herat on Friday and at least one security guard was killed, the U.N. Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) said.