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New Zealand’s Vaccine Plan, Brazil’s Record Deaths: Virus Update
(Bloomberg) — BioNTech SE may be able to produce 3 billion doses of its Covid-19 vaccine with partner Pfizer Inc. Next year. The companies’ vaccine has shown a high ability in lab experiments to neutralize strains first detected in Brazil, the U.K. And South Africa. Brazil reported a record number of Covid-19 deaths.New Zealand released plans for a targeted rollout of vaccines over the next few months to those in the most at-risk groups. Malaysia is easing some curbs on travel between states.The European Union will propose a certificate that could ease travel for those who have taken vaccines. In the U.S., airlines are urging the Biden administration to develop virus passports as infections spread at the slowest pace since the pandemic began. Key Developments:Global Tracker: Cases pass 117.5 million; deaths top 2.6 millionVaccine Tracker: More than 319 million shots given worldwideU.S. Spotlight: Death forecast drops as pandemic indicators improveVaccine success brings a despised president back from the brinkAfrica can save the world from a never-ending pandemicHow the pandemic darkens the picture on women’s pay: QuickTakeSubscribe to a daily update on the virus from Bloomberg’s Prognosis team here. Click CVID on the terminal for global data on cases and deaths.New Zealand Releases Vaccine Rollout Plans (9:08 a.M. HK)New Zealand, which tops Bloomberg’s Covid Resilience Ranking measuring which places best-handled the pandemic, Accountant As Leather Tote Bag will have a targeted rollout of vaccines over the next three-to-four months to reach 2 million people in the most at-risk groups. Those in South Auckland aged over 65 or with underlying conditions will get shots from the end of this month. The country has already started inoculating border and managed isolation facility workers and their families, along with 480,000 frontline workers and people living in high-risk settings. From May, shots will go to 1.7 million people who are at higher risk.“The rest of the population will be able to be vaccinated from July onwards and our plan is to have as many people as possible vaccinated by the end of the year,” Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said in a statement.
Every New Zealander will be able to get a vaccine and the vaccine will be free.”San Francisco Backs Hazard Pay for Grocery Workers (8:55 a.M. HK)Workers in chain groceries and pharmacies in San Francisco may be eligible for an extra $5 per hour in pandemic-related hazard pay under an emergency measure the city’s Board of Supervisors approved Tuesday, Bloomberg Law reported. The bill will take effect immediately if signed as expected by the mayor.U.K. Panel Questions Test-and-Trace Costs (8:35 a.M. HK)The U.K.’s coronavirus test-and-trace program has failed to demonstrate it has contributed to a fall in infection rates, despite its “unimaginable” 22 billion-pound ($30.6 billion) cost so far, the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee said in a report.Parliament’s spending watchdog said the program had failed to deliver on its “central promise” to prevent a second national lockdown in England — or a third.“British taxpayers cannot be treated by government like an ATM machine,” committee Chair Meg Hillier said in a statement. “Despite the unimaginable resources thrown at this project, test-and-trace cannot point to a measurable difference to the progress of the pandemic.”Britain May Cut Air Passenger Duty on Domestic Flights (8:30 a.M. HK)The British government will launch a consultation to reform the levy for internal U.K. Flights, the Department for Transport said.
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