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Newly crowned world all******

KITAKYUSHU, Japan, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- China's newly crowned world all-around champion Zhang Boheng has withdrawn from the rings and parallel bars finals at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships after suffering a recurrence of a low back injury.

Chinese team manager Ye Zhennan told Xinhua that Zhang found it hard to continue the competition Saturday morning because of the lumbar spine pain.

"He applied to pull out of the two finals to avoid getting worse," Ye said. "We have informed the organizers of his application."

Zhang, 21, shocked Olympic champion Hashimoto Daiki by 0.017 points to win the men's all-around title Friday night. He has been scheduled to compete in the rings final Saturday afternoon and the parallel bars final on Sunday.

His teammate Shi Cong, who finished fourth in the parallel qualification, will take his place and Italy's Marco Lodadio will replace him in the rings.

Hashimoto was also confirmed to skip the floor exercise and pommel horse finals due to "wrist and back injuries," Japanese newspaper Sports Daily said.

But Hashimoto will still compete in the parallel bars and horizontal bar finals on Sunday. Enditem

Delta cites new China COVID******

Delta Air Lines on Monday cited new Chinese cleaning requirements after it rerouted a China-bound flight back to the United States, drawing criticism from Chinese authorities.。

The December 21 flight was supposed to land in Shanghai after disembarking from Seattle, but instead returned to the US city midair. Delta said the reason for the reversal was new Chinese requirements issued earlier that day in the wake of the latest COVID-19 surge.。

"The new cleaning procedures require significantly extended ground time and are not operationally viable for Delta," a Delta spokesman said. "We apologize for any inconvenience this is causing for customers as we continue to work on rebooking on alternate flights."

The Chinese consulate in San Francisco complained that several Chinese citizens were stranded on board with expired visas and COVID-19 tests that no longer met time requirements, according to Chinese state media.。

Airlines, including Delta and other leading US carriers, have canceled thousands of flights in recent days as the Omicron variant of COVID-19 hits airline workers and roils travel plans for many consumers.。

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Omicron causes fewer hospitalizations than Delta: study******

The risk of hospitalization is 75 percent lower for people infected with the Omicron variant of COVID-19 than with Delta, said a new study by the Portuguese health authorities.

People infected with Omicron have, on average, shorter hospital stays and a lower risk of dying from the disease, according to the study carried out by the Portuguese Directorate-General for Health and the National Health Institute Doutor Ricardo Jorge.

This reduced risk factor is true "regardless of the age, sex, and vaccination status" of the patient, and is also not affected by whether or not the person has previously been infected with COVID-19, according to the study.

Research for the study was conducted on people residing in Portugal in December 2021.

The study's authors also warn that Omicron has a greater ability to resist vaccination, which makes it highly transmissible and explains the higher number of cases.

Portugal has registered more than 47,199 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, and 50 more deaths from the disease, which has killed 20,127 people since the beginning of the pandemic.

Western countries lift COVID******

More than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, the global infections and deaths have waxed and waned in different parts of the world.

As the Omicron variant of the coronavirus appeared more contagious and less lethal, several Western countries, where cases have been falling in recent weeks, decided to lift their restrictions.

In its latest report issued on Tuesday, the World Health Organization said the number of new weekly COVID-19 cases increased by 8 percent last week, as compared to the week prior to it, after "a consistent decrease" in the caseload since the end of January.

"The number of new deaths continued a decreasing trend," globally down by 17 percent last week as compared to the week from February 28 to March 6, the WHO added.

In the United States, the worst-hit country with the highest caseload and the most deaths in the world, President Joe Biden called on Americans to return to the office and "fill our great downtowns again" in his State of the Union Address earlier this month.

The United States has recorded around 79 million cases and over 960,000 deaths, while daily cases continue to drop, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

"We currently have about 35,000 cases in this country. We expect some fluctuation, especially at this relatively low level, and, certainly, that to increase," White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said at a press briefing on Monday.

Across the Atlantic, the British government said Monday that all remaining COVID-19 international travel restrictions will end Friday to make going on holiday easier for the Easter school vacation.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said the changes will mean people "can travel just like in the good old days."

Britain recorded an average of 73,310 cases per day last week, according to COVID-19 statistics from The New York Times. The country's caseload has increased by 77 percent from the average two weeks ago, while deaths have fallen by 10 percent.

France also lifted most coronavirus bans on Monday, ending the need to wear masks in schools, offices and shops, and allowing the unvaccinated back into bars, restaurants and cinemas.

Official data showed COVID-19 cases in France have increased by 23 percent from the average two weeks ago, while deaths have decreased by 37 percent.

On Tuesday, Dutch Health Minister Ernst Kuiper announced that the government would further scale down COVID-19 rules from next Wednesday. The mask obligation in public transport will disappear, and a negative test is no longer required at events with more than 500 participants.

In Oceania, daily COVID-19 cases have been falling in Australia, but still rising in New Zealand.

Australia said on Tuesday that it is about to ease its entry ban for international cruise ships next month, bringing an end to all major COVID-19 travel bans. Last month, Australia reopened its airports to vaccinated international travellers.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Wednesday that the country was "ready to welcome the world back" as the nation continued to ease its coronavirus restrictions.

"Closing our border was one of the first actions we took to stop COVID-19 two years ago. It did the job we needed. But now that we're highly vaccinated and predicted to be off our Omicron peak, it's now safe to open up," she said.

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