Coronavirus live news: Mexico president tests positive for Covid; Biden to reinstate travel ban

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Benjamin Netanyahu says ‘we are hermetically sealing the country’; US ban hits UK, Ireland, South Africa, Brazil and 26 European countries; Mexico president tests positive for coronavirus

1.20am GMT

In Australia, the Pfizer vaccine has met strict standards for safety, quality and efficacy, a statement from the prime minister’s office said on Monday, and the vaccine has been approved for rollout in Australia for people age 16 years and older.

The first vaccinations are expected to be in late February and the first 1.4m doses will go to a priority group that includes quarantine and border workers, frontline health workers in high-risk settings, and aged care and disability staff and residents. This will be administered at hospitals, with the government aiming for 80,000 doses a week.

Related: Pfizer Covid vaccine approved for Australia rollout but PM warns jabs not ‘a silver bullet’

12.54am GMT

Mexico’s president Andrés Manuel López Obrador has become the latest world leader to contract Covid-19.

“I’m sorry to inform you that I’ve been infected,” the 67-year-old politician announced on Twitter on Sunday evening.

Lamento informarles que estoy contagiado de COVID-19. Los síntomas son leves pero ya estoy en tratamiento médico. Como siempre, soy optimista. Saldremos adelante todos. Me representará la Dra. Olga Sánchez Cordero en las mañaneras para informar como lo hacemos todos los días.

Continue reading… Source: The Guardian

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