Covid-19: End-of-furlough job cuts ‘have not happened’, and jabs reach Antarctica

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India has begun delivering Covid-19 vaccines by commercial drones, a government scientist has told the BBC. Dr Samiran Panda said drones were delivering doses in mountainous states in the north-east of the country. India aims to vaccinate all eligible citizens by the end of 2021 – but experts say the drive needs to pick up pace to meet the target. About 70% of the country’s eligible population have received at least one dose of a Covid vaccine, according to official data.