The car crashes into the canal, killing the 44-year-old in Divjaka
'Knife behind the back', ruined $ 40 million deal, France withdraws ambassadors from US and Australia
US admits drone strike in Kabul before troop withdrawal kills 10 innocent people
The US appoints Matthew Palmer as overseer of Bosnia's electoral reform
Three police officers were injured on the Milot-Morinë road axis
Rising number of infections, Fauci: US is going in the wrong direction
The U.S. is heading "wrong" in managing the coronavirus pandemic as infections are rising among the unvaccinated, warned the country's top infectious disease expert, Anthony Fauci.
The latter said that the Delta variant of Covid-19 was pushing the peak in areas with low vaccination rate, foreign media report. He said health officials were discussing revising masking guidelines for vaccinated Americans as an attempt to curb new cases.
Providing booster doses to people in need was also under consideration, Fauci said. The coronavirus situation in the US is becoming "a pandemic among the unvaccinated," Fauci said.
More than 162.7 million people - or 49% of the population - have been fully vaccinated in the US, official figures show. The US had been a world leader in dosing until April, when vaccination rates began to fall.
Vaccination rates are particularly low in the southern states, where less than half of the population has received their first dose in some cases.