Japan’s government is raising surveillance against mutant varieties as they may be more resistant to vaccines. Photo: Kyodo News via AP Japan’s government is raising surveillance against mutant varieties as they may be more resistant to vaccines. Photo: Kyodo News via AP
Japan’s government is raising surveillance against mutant varieties as they may be more resistant to vaccines. Photo: Kyodo News via AP

Coronavirus: Japan records new strain; Singapore’s virus-secure hotel eyes business travellers

  • Japan has seen more than 90 cases of a new Covid-19 strain as it tries to overcome a third wave of the pandemic
  • Meanwhile, India is making free vaccine shots for Caribbean nations, while Singapore has launched a coronavirus-secure hotel and meeting complex as it opens up

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Japan’s government is raising surveillance against mutant varieties as they may be more resistant to vaccines. Photo: Kyodo News via AP Japan’s government is raising surveillance against mutant varieties as they may be more resistant to vaccines. Photo: Kyodo News via AP
Japan’s government is raising surveillance against mutant varieties as they may be more resistant to vaccines. Photo: Kyodo News via AP
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