The life-saving jab, costing between £2 and £4 each, is viewed as Britain's best chance of mass-inoculation of the population because Boris Johnson has ordered 100million doses.
Germany took in hundreds of sick people from Italy, France and the Netherlands during the first wave, and more recently had patients airlifted in from Belgium.
Dylan Wadley, 23, and his fiance, Mel Martin 33, remain in hospital after their Land Rover veered off the road and into Wyaralong Dam near Beaudesert in Queensland's south-east.
Suspected shooter Roberto Carlos Silva, 23, was taken into custody and charged with first-degree murder and first-degree arson following the incident in Bellevue on Saturday night.
The 25-year-old, who has been exiled from the country, is in hiding after surrendering to US intelligence services after his father's assassination in 2017.
A man was filmed feeding the two ostriches outside his car window, in Como, Mississippi, until one of them bits his finger while the rest of his family has burst out laughing.
Peters, the ice-cream giant, supplies single serve ice cream products in Australia, such as the Drumstick, Maxibon, Connoisseur, Frosty Fruits and BillaBong.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will use the spending review on Wednesday to push ahead with huge investment on schools, hospitals, colleges and prisons to meet Tory election pledges.
Carl Bernstein, the former Washington Post journalist who reported alongside Bob Woodward, called out Trump on Sunday night and named the 21 GOP senators who have expressed disdain.
Catherine Jones, 35, a nurse in the cardiology ward at Wrexham Maelor Hospital in North Wales died from cancer in 2016 after mistakenly being given the all-clear by doctors at the hospital.
In a Commons statement today, Boris Johnson is set to confirm the second national lockdown will end in England on December 2, with a return to the regional approach that was in force before.
The Prime Minister will detail his winter strategy this afternoon, with a proposal to deploy a major testing scheme in an attempt to winner over rebels on the Conservative backbenches.
The New South Wales Premier revealed she had taken a Covid test out of an 'abundance of caution'.
The investigation by the TaxPayers' Alliance and which involved 4,000 Freedom of Information requests has found that £5.6 billion of taxpayers' money has been frittered away on luxuries.