Responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in July 2021

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This article documents the chronology of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic in July 2021, which originated in Wuhan, China in December 2019. Some developments may become known or fully understood only in retrospect. Reporting on this pandemic began in December 2019.

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Reactions and measures in the United Nations

Reactions and measures in Africa

Reactions and measures in the Americas

Reactions and measures in the Eastern Mediterranean

Reactions and measures in Europe

19 July

Reactions and measures in South, East and Southeast Asia

1 July

5 July

8 July

14 July

17 July

30 July

Reactions and measures in the Western Pacific

5 July

7 July

8 July

9 July

14 July

23 July

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