Here are some important developments: Seychelles, one of the world’s most vaccinated countries, said six fully vaccinated people have died from the virus. Five of them received an Indian-made version of the Oxford-AstraZeneca shot, while one received Sinofarm shots, and Indonesia recorded a record number of injuries (24836) and deaths (504) on Thursday. Local leaders have warned that the hospital’s capacity is under severe strain. The country has now placed two densely populated regions under lockdown. Portugal has reintroduced a nighttime curfew on several “high risk” cities including Lisbon and Porto. The country reported more than 2,400 new cases on Thursday, many of which were unvaccinated young adults, although the death rate is relatively low. As its previous success in tackling the coronavirus continued to wane, South Korea reported 826 new infections on Friday – the highest daily number of cases in nearly half a year. After the massive increase in vaccinations through mid-June, the pace has begun to slow, although Seoul recently eased the mask mandate for partially vaccinated people.