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Turkish Foreign Ministry pays tribute to martyrs of Black January

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The Turkish Foreign Ministry shared a publication on its Twitter page in connection with the anniversary of the January 20 tragedy, 1990 in Baku, Trend reports on Jan. 20.

"We revere the memory of our Azerbaijani brothers, who became martyrs for Azerbaijan’s independence on January 20, 1990," the Turkish Foreign Ministry tweeted.

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Azerbaijan shows footage from Aghdam’s Suma village

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The Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense has shared video footage from Suma village of the Aghdam district liberated from Armenian occupation, Trend reports on Mar.7 referring to the ministry.

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Azerbaijan confirms 127 more COVID-19 recoveries

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Azerbaijan has detected 403 new COVID-19 cases, 127 patients have recovered and three patients have died, Trend reports on Mar. 7 citing the Operational Headquarters under Azerbaijani Cabinet of Ministers.

Up until now, 236,768 people have been infected with coronavirus in the country, 229,718 of them have recovered, and 3,241 people have died. Currently, 3,809 people are under treatment in special hospitals.

To reveal the COVID-19 cases, 8,169 tests have been carried out in Azerbaijan over the past day, and a total of 2,653,375 tests have been conducted so far.

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WHO official advises against introducing ‘immunity passports’ for travelers now

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The World Health Organization (WHO) does not recommend using the so-called "immunity passports" with COVID-19 vaccination data for the time being, WHO Representative to Russia Melita Vujnovic has told TASS, Trend reports.

"At this stage, WHO does not recommend the use of ‘vaccination certificates’ for travelers as there are many factors that have to be considered," she said. "Also, we are still in the early stages of understanding the complete immune response to COVID-19. The immune response will probably be more difficult than what can be determined by individually measures antibodies to COVID-19 at any given time. For that reason, WHO does not recommend the use of the so-called immunity passports."

European Commission head Ursula von der Leyen earlier said that the commission was going to present a draft unified COVID-19 vaccination certificate in March. According to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the EU heads of state and government are unanimous about the need to introduce digital vaccination certificates, and the EU members will seek to create them by the summer.

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