President Vladimir Putin of Russia gave his annual state of the nation address, with a warning that nations that threaten Russia will "regret their deeds."
Navalny posted on his Instagram that he had a high temperature and a bad cough, while 3 other inmates have been hospitalized with tuberculosis.
Navalny declared a hunger strike to protest prison officials' denial of his requests for medical care.
Rustam Agishev, a doctor that treated Navalny for poisoning last year, has died. Agishev's death comes two months after the death of another doctor that treated Navalny.
A United Nations report warned that twin crises of the coup and the pandemic could push half the population into poverty this year, and that the country is on the brink of economic collapse.
The Council of the EU announced that it is imposing sanctions on 10 individuals and two companies with involvement in the Myanmar coup. These are the second wave of sanctions imposed by the Council over the coup.
82 people were killed in Bago city by military and police forces, bringing the total up to 701 since the start of the coup.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry offered to "provide the necessary support and help" to India as cases worsen there.
A State Department spokesperson said that a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics "is something that we certainly wish to discuss."
The US Treasury Department sanctioned two current Chinese officials over "serious human rights abuses" against Uyghurs. These officials are Wang Junzheng, the Secretary of the Party Committee of the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps, and Chen Mingguo, Director of the Xinjiang Public Security Bureau.
The Newlines Institute for Strategy and Policy, a DC think tank, released an independent report by more than 50 global experts stating that China's actions against Uyghurs breach the (UN) Genocide Convention.