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Motiar Rahman, a villager, receives a dose of COVISHIELD vaccine, a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine manufactured by Serum Institute of India, during a door-to-door vaccination and testing drive at Uttar Batora Island in Howrah district in West Bengal state, India, June 21, 2021. - Sputnik International

Live Updates: Number of COVID-19 Cases in India Rises by 39,097

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According to Baltimore, Maryland's Johns Hopkins University, the global coronavirus tally has reached 193 million worldwide, while the death toll from the pandemic has topped 4.14 million.
The list of the most-affected nations starts with the United States, India, and Brazil. The US has confirmed over 34.4 million cases so far, and a death toll of 610,000.
Next is India, which is recovering from a major pandemic outbreak this spring, and has reported around 31.3 million cases and over 419,000 deaths. At the same time, Brazil has registered around 19.6 million cases and the second-highest death toll in the world - around 548,500 fatalities.
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Along with the vaccine doses, the Syrian side also received COVID-19 testing kits.

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MOSCOW (Sputnik), Ekaterina Chukaeva - Uncoordinated responses and travel restrictions amid the COVID-19 crisis are likely to delay the recovery of long-haul flights, Julien Franiatte, the head of Airbus Russia, told Sputnik, adding that while Russia, China, India and the US have shown signs of recovery in domestic air traffic, Europe is still lagging behind.

"There are already signs of domestic air traffic recovery in Russia, China, India, US, while Europe is lagging behind, however uncoordinated responses and travel restrictions result in uncertainty and will likely delay the recovery for long haul flights with associated consequences for the corresponding aircraft", Franiatte said on the sidelines of the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2021 outside Moscow.

As the aviation sector is starting to recover from the crisis triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, Airbus provided suppliers with an update of its production plans by the end of May, Franiatte recalled.

"We continue to expect the market to recover between 2023 and 2025, with domestic and regional markets recovering first", he said.

The global airline industry has been one of the worst affected by COVID-19, as most countries shut their borders and grounded flights to curb the spread of the disease. Many airlines across the globe have been forced to lay off workers after the first wave of the pandemic.

The MAKS-2021 international aerospace show is taking place in the Moscow Region from July 20-25. The Sputnik news agency is an official media partner of the event.

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The temporary guidelines have been finalized taking into account the experience of using COVID-19 vaccines in pregnant women and cancer patients.

"The Gam-COVID-Vac (Sputnik V) coronavirus vaccine is recommended without additional restrictions for all cancer patients who have completed anticancer treatment, regardless of the initial stage and form of the disease," the new guidelines read, adding nothing indicates that these patients are at higher risk of developing adverse reactions following the vaccination.

The vaccine can also be used in all patients receiving cyclic treatment but having no signs of haematological toxicity.

"If a cancer patient is scheduled for surgery, vaccination is recommended 14 days earlier before the planned date of the surgery ... or after discharge from a hospital", the ministry said.

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"Over the past day, 23,947 COVID-19 cases were confirmed across 85 Russian regions, including 2,452 cases (10.2%) without clinical symptoms", the centre said, adding that the rate of increase fell to 0.39%.

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