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COVID-19 Vaccination Travel Certificate Rollout Likely to Lead to ‘Chaos’ – WHO Adviser

The launch of digital COVID-19 vaccination certificates, such as the European Union's Digital COVID Certificate, is likely to cause chaos at airports and other...
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Verdict against Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi likely by mid-August

Myanmar's ousted government leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, can expect a verdict by mid-August, her lawyer said on Monday. Suu Kyi faces a slew of...
Covid Vaccines

Pfizer CEO: third Covid-19 booster shot ‘likely’ needed

(tca/dpa) - Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla predicted Thursday that people who have received the company’s COVID-19 vaccine will “likely” need a third booster shot...
A man casts his vote inside a voting centre at the Peruvian general elections on Sunday. More than a dozen candidates are vying for the highest office in Peru's presidential election. Photo: Carlos Garcia Granthon/ZUMA Wire/dpa

Second run-off likely as 18 candidates vie for presidency in Peru

(dpa) - More than a dozen candidates were vying for the highest office in Peru's presidential election on Sunday. None of the candidates are predicted...

Armed criminals now more likely to kill victims – NGO

Armed criminals are now more likely to kill or injure their victims, making it a safer option not to resist when one comes under...

Congo-Brazzaville presidential poll likely to hand win to ’emperor’

dpa/GNA - Citizens in Congo-Brazzaville headed to the polls on Sunday to vote in a presidential election that looks likely to hand Denis...
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New coronavirus strain found in Japan likely present in US as well

tca/dpa/GNA - A new variation of the coronavirus discovered in Japan is "very likely already in the U.S." as well, according to Davey...

Barca president Bartomeu likely to face no-confidence vote

FC Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartomeu will almost certainly have to face a vote of no confidence from members of the club, who...
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More Ghanaians could contract COVID-19 ahead of 2020 elections

People in Ghana could be exposed to a higher risk of contracting COVID-19 as political party activities have intensified in the run-up to the...
Japans Exports

Egypt’s annual exports likely to increase to US$100 billion in 3 years – analysts

By Marwa Yahya Egypt is likely to succeed in its very ambitious plan to increase its exports to 100 billion U.S. dollars...
A researcher of CapitalBio Corporation shows a virus nucleic acid detection kit for six respiratory pathogens on March 10. Six respiratory pathogens, including the COVID-19, can be detected simultaneously within one and a half hours, requiring samples of only respiratory droplets. (Photo by Jiang Wenjie, People’s Daily Online)

Solomon Chollom calls for extra measures as COVID-19 likely airborne

A Nigerian health expert on Wednesday said there are increasing evidences to the fact that the novel coronavirus is also airborne, and urged the...
British economy

British economy likely to take longer to recover

As the International Monetary Fund predicted a 10.2-percent contraction of Britain's economy in 2020, gloomier than its previously projected contraction of 6.5 percent, economic...
Mandatory Credit: Photo by NAM Y HUH/AP/REX/Shutterstock (6417252b) Los Angeles bicycle-mounted police guard an area close to the Kodak Theater the site of the Oscar presentations, in Los Angeles. The 76th annual Academy Awards will be handed out later in the day under tight security OSCARS SECURITY, LOS ANGELES, USA

Stay-at-home restrictions likely to be extended for another three months in Los Angeles

Los Angeles County's stay-at-home orders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic will likely be extended for another three months, a local health official said...
On April 23, technicians assemble high-tech industrial robot in a factory at Ma’anshan, Anhui Province. Wang Wensheng / People’s Daily Online

China likely to emerge from virus-triggered downturn as strongest growing country in the world

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted economic growth in an unprecedented way not only in China but around the world. Despite the global downturn,...
A man jogs near the White House during the outbreak of COVID-19 in Washington D.C., the United States, April 1, 2020. The United States became the first nation with more than 200,000 COVID-19 infections on Wednesday, according to a new tally from Johns Hopkins University. (Xinhua/Liu Jie)

U.S. COVID-19 cases top 900,000, research shows hidden outbreaks likely occurred “far earlier”

More than 900,000 people were infected with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) as of Saturday in the United States, with the death toll exceeding 52,000,...
A scinetist is doing research on a vaccine against COVID-19 in Shanghai. Photo:Yang Hui/Global Times

Two Finnish research groups developing COVID-19 vaccines, human trials likely before midsummer

Two Finnish research groups are developing vaccines against novel coronavirus, one of which is likely to begin human trials before midsummer this year, Finnish...

Dutch soccer league likely to end the season due to extended ban to September

The Dutch football federation (KNVB) announced on Tuesday its intention to end the season after the government decided to extend a ban on mass...
Director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Robert Redfield attends a press conference on the COVID-19 at the White House in Washington D.C. March 9, 2020. U.S. President Donald Trump said Monday that his administration will ask Congress to approve a possible payroll tax cut and provide "very substantial relief" for hourly workers and industries hit by the COVID-19 outbreak. (Xinhua/Liu Jie)

U.S. CDC director warns second wave of COVID-19 likely “more devastating”

Director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Robert Redfield warned Tuesday that a second wave of the novel coronavirus will be...

Portugal likely to suffer “big recession” due to COVID-19 pandemic

Portugal will suffer a "big recession" this year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, predicted former state adviser, economist Vitor Bento, Lusa News...
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World Bank chief says COVID-19 likely to hit poorest countries hardest

World Bank Group President David Malpass said Monday that the COVID-19 pandemic will likely hit the poorest countries the hardest, urging stepped-up international support...
The Fed believes that the US economy is growing once more and that extra support is not as necessary?

U.S. Fed chairman says current monetary policy likely to remain appropriate

U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Tuesday that the current stance of monetary policy will "likely remain appropriate," according to his testimony prepared...
Real Madrid

Real Madrid likely to rotate for Zaragoza cup tie

Real Madrid travel to Zaragoza on Thursday as clear favorites to qualify for the quarterfinals of the Copa del Rey against a team aiming...

Desert locusts likely head toward Uganda, South Sudan and Ethiopia

Desert locusts that have been causing havoc in the east and Horn of African region are likely to move to Uganda, South Sudan and...
Africa Cup

Hosting Africa Cup of Nations likely to revive football, tourism sectors in Egypt

Egypt is five months away from hosting Africa's largest continental football tournament, the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), which is expected to revive...
Kenneth Kwamina Thompson

Gov’t likely to introduce new taxes… as businesses call for it

The Chief Executive Officer of Dalex Finance, Ken Thompson and the National Health Insurance Authority are urging the government to introduce new taxes to...
Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP)

The Public Is Likely To Begrudge PURC – ACEP

ACEP in its analysis on the 2018 budget statement, recommended government to focus on how to reduce the all hurdles that contributes in making...
Professor John Gatsi

Government Is Likely To Face Challenges In 2018 – Gatsi

A Chartered Economist, Senior Lecturer and Head of Department of Finance at the School of Business Studies, University of Cape Coast, Dr. John Gatsi...

2017 First Pricing-Window for October

Local Fuel Market Performance Local fuel market recorded interesting turn of events as the effect of deregulation came to the rescue of petroleum consumers. Fuel...
Protea Hotel, Takoradi

Hospitality industry players likely enjoy relief on power

The cries and tears of the operators of hotels, and restaurants in the country over high billing of electricity will soon be wiped off. As...

HIV/AIDS Rate Likely To Increase Amid Menial Budgetary Allocation

Send Ghana has warned that, HIV rate is likely to increase because the budgetary allocation devoted towards AIDS prevention, is too small. Currently, 0.5% of...