India says detected four cases of South African COVID-19 strain

SourceZawya
SectorHealthcare
CountryMiddle east

India says detected four cases of South African COVID-19 strain The country has also detected the Brazilian strain of the virus    A man checks the temperature of a woman, outside a vaccination centre, in New Delhi, India, February 13, 2021.BENGALURU - India has detected four cases of the South African strain of the COVID-19 virus, a top government official said on Tuesday.The country has also detected the Brazilian strain of the virus, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) Director General Balram Bhargava said.(Reporting by Sachin Ravikumar in Bengaluru; Editing by Alex Richardson) ((saisachin.r@tr.com; +91 80 6182 2754; Twitter: @sachinr27;))Zawya CoveragemaritimeGulf Navigation seeks diversification, signs MoU for acquisition of new vesselsfinancial servicesChairwoman of Saudi's Allied Cooperative Insurance Group resignsacquisitionUAE-based tech firm Gibraltar acquires part of Indian IT giant HCL Group for $20mlneconomySaudi Arabia's January inflation rises to 5.7% on food prices, VAT effectbusinessADX requires companies to produce annual financial report on timeMoreReuters CoveragegrainsJordan makes no purchase in tender for 120,000 tonnes feed barley - tradebonds'Reflation' trade pushes German Bund yields to 8-month highshealthBritish police fine four people for breaking new travel rules -BBCfinancial servicesCiti takes profits in South Africa currency tradecinemaChinese cinema stocks a hit as New Year drives box ...read more...