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A volunteer received a coronavirus vaccine as part of clinical trials at Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University in June. (Image by Sechenov Medical University Press Office, via Getty Images)

Your Monday Briefing

We’re covering Russian plans for a nationwide coronavirus vaccination campaign, Britain’s dilemma if President Trump loses in November and a far-right extremist group in Germany. Russia plans mass vaccination after shortened trials Russia is planning a nationwide vaccination campaign in October with a coronavirus vaccine that has yet to complete clinical trials. The announcement has raised international concerns that the […]

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Workers prepare and deliver food for people affected by the coronavirus pandemic, in Santiago, Chile. (Image, Alberto Valdés/EPA)

Coronavirus live news: Chile raises death toll by thousands as Victoria cases hit two-month high

Chile raises deaths to more than 7,000; six on Trump campaign test positive ahead of rally; Spain opens up for British tourists
School closures ‘will trigger UK child mental health crisis’
Spain to ‘freely’ welcome Britons without 14-day quarantine
Spaniards urged not to lower their guard as state of emergency ends
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