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Push for better COVID-19 vaccine access as the world cautiously looks ahead

Covid-19 cases continue to decline

Some of the world’s most powerful countries issued a rare unified call for better vaccine access for poorer nations on Friday, as inoculation campaigns strengthened and governments cautiously envisioned a post-COVID future.

The unanimous support for the resolution at the UN Security Council came as G20 nations sought to align plans to relaunch economies when the pandemic is finally tamed.

But there were also more reminders of the months of difficult work ahead, with new virus cases increasing again globally after a month in which they had fallen by half.

Covid-19 cases continue to decline

The global death toll is now above 2.5 million out of a total of some 113 million cases, and the United States remains the country with the most fatalities. Vaccinations are however marching ahead in many countries after a sluggish start.

The United States has hailed progress in turning around its troubled vaccine rollout, while the European Union said it was on track to meet jab targets after months of supply problems.

In other news – Why do you look pretty on TV than in real life, security guard mocks Skeem Saam actress Pebetsi Matlaila

Skeem Saam actress, Pebetsi Matlaila recently posted an emotional and funny video on her Instagram account where she explained to her followers how a car guard trolled her for not looking “as pretty” in real life as she does on TV.

Pebetsi Matlaila

A highly pregnant Matlaila began the video by expressing how shocked she still is by the guard’s coldness towards her. In the video, she said she took herself out because she had cravings and her husband was working and it was her day off. Learn more

Source: eNCA