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Major cities, which have comparatively better healthcare access and testing, are unable to cope under the pressure. Fewer than 100 critical care beds were available in the city of New Delhi, with a population of more than 20 million people. https://t.co/KQJeqHdnSV
Viral vector vaccines use a less harmful virus, like the adenovirus which causes the common cold, to carry instructions for human cells to make proteins found on the surface of the coronavirus. The body uses these proteins to build immunity against the coronavirus. https://t.co/m4cSfVpgwB
U.S. federal health agencies on Tuesday recommended pausing the use of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine after six recipients developed a rare disorder. Here is a list of possible side effects and potential risks of the COVID-19 vaccines https://t.co/13UZaF64Mb
#WhatsHappeninglnMyanmar: Protests sweep Myanmar after the military overthrew elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Feb. 1. To suppress protests, the junta cut off nearly all internet access. Here’s how online suppression escalated: https://t.co/QqgQYYDDnw @ReutersGraphics 1/4 https://t.co/4nCgrAH4uv
Myanmar’s military has shut down social media & now most of the internet to suppress protests, leaving people with few ways of getting information or organizing. @andreajanuta and I delved into the internet data to show #WhatsHappeninglnMyanmar https://t.co/eG9fa7Z0e7 1/3
The internet transformed Myanmar during a decade of reform. Now the junta has shut it for almost everyone as it tries to crush anti-coup protests. @andreajanuta and @MinamiFunakoshi show the crippling shutdown for @reutersgraphics https://t.co/1P5XMUdtKE #WhatsHappeningInMyanmar
Protests swept Myanmar after the military overthrew elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Feb. 1. To suppress protests, the junta cut off nearly all internet, making it extremely difficult for people to get information or organize https://t.co/bUqVprlKYT #WhatsHappeninglnMyanmar