from: BBC News Cinema owner Anna Redfern says she has been told to close after refusing to ask for Covid passes.
The vote raised hopes that the country might be headed for increased political stability after the chaos of four elections in quick succession. From: New York Times
Wales play before a full crowd at the Principality Stadium for the first time since February 2020.
There have been protests but much of Europe has accepted the QR codes as a means of extending freedoms. from: BBC News
Authorities will have the power to ban films deemed to violate China’s national security interests. from: BBC News
from: BBC News The trunk-wearing fundraiser is on the last leg of his walk to give out money he has raised.
Varying measures reflect domestic politics and potential opposition against such rules. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday morning.
from: BBC News Wales’ rugby game against New Zealand will be one of the first mass events where passes are required.
The figure represents a heartbreaking amount of loss, though at the same time, it was a signal that the rate of fatalities in the country has been slowing. From: New York Times
Club owners fear passes may harm Christmas trade, but those at clinical risk say they feel comforted.
from: BBC News People will need to show they have been vaccinated or had a negative test for clubs and large events.
The US state makes it illegal to ban somebody from social media because of their political views. from: BBC News
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday evening.
The milestone comes as another 41,000 daily cases are recorded, but the real total is likely to be higher.
from: BBC News The law, one of the most restrictive in the US, passes as the Supreme Court fails to block it.
from: BBC News Joe Root hits a boundary to pass 50 for the fourth time in the series as England build a commanding lead over India on day two of the third Test at Headingley.
from: BBC News Yusaf Amin tried to sell security passes, uniforms and wristbands to ticketless fans for £4,500.
Opponents say the plans are an attempt to silence a TV channel critical of the government. from: BBC News
Vaccines have weakened the link between surging cases and serious illness, but in vaccine-deprived parts of the world, the deadly pattern remains. From: New York Times