Ted Regencia, Al Jazeera English

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Past articles by Ted:

US CDC urges use of ‘most protective mask you can’: COVID updates

Recommendation stops short of advocating nationwide usage of N95 respirators even as new cases pile up in record number. → Read More

Saudi Arabia reports 5,000-plus COVID cases for first time: Live

European Medicines Agency says spread of Omicron across the continent pushing COVID-19 towards being an endemic disease. → Read More

WHO warns repeated COVID boosters not a viable strategy: Live

UN health agency calls for new vaccines that better protect against transmission amid emerging coronavirus variants. → Read More

WHO says Omicron risk ‘very high’; Europe faces COVID surge: Live

France, UK, Italy, Greece, and Portugal all hit record daily infections, with France reporting almost 180,000 cases. → Read More

UK, France set COVID-19 records as airlines cancel flights: Live

Holiday travel disrupted as Thailand reports first Omicron cluster, Ecuador makes vaccines compulsory. → Read More

Studies suggest hospital risk lower with Omicron: COVID live news

Two UK studies find that Omicron patients less likely to be hospitalised than those with the Delta coronavirus variant. → Read More

Filipino journalist who helped probe Duterte’s drug war shot dead

Jesus Malabanan is the 22nd journalist to have been killed since President Rodrigo Duterte took office in mid-2016. → Read More

Zambia detects first cases of Omicron COVID variant: Live

Health Ministry said three people tested positive for the virus in the past week. → Read More

Germany to impose lockdown on unvaccinated: Live News

Merkel says unvaccinated to be excluded from non-essential shops and venues, jabs could be mandatory from February. → Read More

Will Duterte’s daughter Sara seek the Philippine presidency?

Duterte-Carpio has filed for re-election as Davao mayor but dropped hints of a last-minute presidential bid. → Read More

Philippines’s Leni Robredo enters polls race to succeed Duterte

Current vice president faces uphill political battle in crowded field to succeed populist incumbent. → Read More

Duterte-Pacquiao rift could open door to presidential rivals

Analysts say split between Philippine president and boxer could be ‘lose-lose’ for both in 2022 elections. → Read More

US seen funding Afghan humanitarian aid, but not the Taliban

UN set to discuss aid for Afghans amid warning of humanitarian disaster and as Taliban prepares to form new government. → Read More

UN warns of Afghan food crisis as Taliban parades seized weapons

Taliban yet to form a new government and its international recognition remains in question. → Read More

Biden says Afghanistan exit marks end of US nation-building

US issues licence authorising humanitarian aid in Afghanistan despite sanctions against the Taliban. → Read More

Taliban: Afghanistan now ‘a free and sovereign’ nation

Taliban hails departure of US troops as a ‘historic moment’, declaring the country has now gained ‘full independence’. → Read More

US embassy warns people to avoid Kabul airport: Live

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said warns of ‘specific, credible’ threats against the airport even as evacuation resumes. → Read More

US braces for more possible attacks after deadly Kabul blasts

Head of US Central Command says US commanders on alert for rockets or vehicle-borne bombs aimed at the airport. → Read More

Why is Duterte still riding high despite recession, COVID?

July survey shows president leading as probable vice presidential contender amid ‘failed’ COVID-19 response. → Read More

COVID overshadows Duterte’s plans for final year in office

Philippine president’s last State of the Nation address on Monday comes amid a pandemic that has killed more than 27,000 → Read More