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As global cases top 220 million, surges continue in Southeast Asia and Oceania.
The next study phase includes examining raw data and stored blood samples.
As a precaution, the Dutch health ministry announces a pause in vaccinating people younger than 60.
The WHO repeats a call for 10 million vaccine doses for nations that haven't reached vulnerable groups.
In the Americas region yesterday, Brazil reported 60,091 COVID-19 cases, followed by the US with 51,443 and Colombia with 11,286.
More than a quarter of nations in the Americas have suspended routine vaccinations.
In the past day, the US, Brazil, and India reported more than 143,000 new cases combined.
Also, the Recovery trial announces that a review showed no COVID benefit for a well-known HIV treatment.
Three main hot spots saw no slowdown in cases, and Argentina and Chile became the latest countries in the Americas to report their first cases.
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