Live news about the coronavirus: WHO approves Sinovac vaccine; Vietnam lifts international travel ban


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The WHO says the two-dose vaccine is “safe, effective and quality assured”; Temporary suspension of flight in Vietnam lifted; Malaysia begins a difficult lock across the country; Restrictions have been extended in Melbourne

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Germany’s top diplomat in Taipei said his government was helping negotiations between Taiwan and drug maker BioNTech in the delivery of the Covid-19 vaccine, after Taiwan said the agreement fell apart earlier this year due to Chinese “intervention”.

China has denied the allegations. But the war of words escalated after Taiwan rejected Beijing’s offer to supply it with images produced by Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical Group, which has a sales contract in Greater China.

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Nicola Slawson opened up our British blog live for the day, which immediately led the debate on the government’s plan to provide post-pandemic education in England. You can follow it with her here:

Related: Live news from UK Covid: “more is needed” to tackle lost students, says Gavin Williamson

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