Biden signed a $1.9-trillion stimulus bill, George Floyd's family reached a settlement with the Minneapolis government, IOC President Bach won an unopposed second term to 2025 and more.
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Why does the WHO not recommend certification of COVID-19 vaccination as a travel requirement?
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Biden signed into law a new $1.9 trillion relief bill. How will the money be used?
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The family of George Floyd and the government has reached the largest pretrial settlement in U.S. civil litigation history. How much money is involved?
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At the Quartet Security Dialogue (QUAD) summit, countries announced the launch of a plan to strengthen the COVID-19 vaccine production capacity. According to the plan, how many vaccines are expected to be produced in 2022 to address the vaccine shortage in the Asia-Pacific region?
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Thomas Bach, president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), won a second term until 2025 in an online vote Wednesday. According to the regulation, how many terms can an IOC president serve?
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Why are countries halting the use of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine?
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What is the maximum number of spectators for the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympic torch relay?