Around the world, the number of confirmed Covid-19 cases has risen to 208 million and across Asia, nations are battling with the virus and rolling out vaccines. At the Asia Media Centre, we're helping you keep track of what's happening with a roundup of media coverage from across the region.
Vaccination rollout around the world and in Asia:
The Hindu: 'Rapid response teams' to tackle new variants
Times of India: Three sub-lineages of Delta-plus in circulation in Maharashtra
Bangkok Post: Curbs 'needed' to flatten curve, 60,000 to 70,000 daily cases predicted through September
The Nation: Thai vaccine ChulaCov19 generates similar level of immunity as Pfizer, say researchers
The Jakarta Globe: Indonesia reports lowest daily Covid tally in 53 days
Antara: Five million Covid-19 vaccines arrive in Indonesia
The Asahi Shimbun: Panel: Covid-19 situation in Japan becoming 'natural disaster'
The Asahi Shimbun: Japan's first Lambda Covid variant brought by Olympic staff
Viet Nam News: Accelerate testing, detection of Covid-19 cases to end lockdowns soon: PM
SGGP Online: Ho Chi Minh City has more than 5200 locked-down points related to Covid, as cases rise above 150,000
New Straits Times: Umno political party suggests formation of 'war cabinet' of sorts to tackle Covid-19
The Star: Muhyiddin: Country still on track for herd immunity by end October if next government continues momentum