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Coronavirus: Post-lockdown plans revealed as Oxford vaccine breakthrough announced - BBC Newsnight
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has unveils a post-lockdown plan and a third breakthrough vaccine is announced. But is a return to normality really in sight?
What is the most effective way to test for coronavirus?
Many leaders see testing as the way out of this dark and sporadic tunnel of Coronavirus lockdowns. The thinking being, that if you can catch someone before they spread the virus, then you can slow and even stop the pandemic.
I Know From Experience The Feeling Of Those Sick With Covid: Pope Francis
In the book, a conversation with one of his biographers, Briton Austen Ivereigh, Pope Francis talks in some of the most personal terms to date about the time he was hovering between life and death.
Plan to allow families and friends in UK to meet for Christmas
Families and friends in all of the four UK nations will be allowed to meet for a small number of days over Christmas. The details have not yet been announced in full — and there's a warning that this will not be a normal festive perio...
USA: COVID-19 cases climbing ahead of Thanksgiving holiday
The Thanksgiving travel rush is underway as coronavirus infections are skyrocketing across USA.
Swiss doctors urge COVID vulnerable to declare end-of-life wishes in advance
Swiss doctors have urged those vulnerable to COVID-19 complications to record their wishes for end-of-life care in advance to help ease pressure on intensive care units, drawing criticism from an advocacy group.
Hong Kong to give $700 to those testing positive for virus
Hong Kong will give a one-time HK$5,000 (about 700 USD) to anyone in the city who tests positive for Covid-19 to encourage people to take tests for the virus, Health Secretary Sophia Chan said.
Britain to become first country to trial AstraZeneca coronavirus antibody treatment
New antibody combination aims to help people with weakened immune systems
Why the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is no cure for all coronavirus ills
Amid the excitement over a vaccine said to be 90 per cent effective, questions remain over virus mutations, people refusing to take it and the problem of storing it at -80 degrees.
European countries believed that Germany would always have spare ICU beds for them. Now they're almost full
Germany was seen as a beacon for other European countries during the first coronavirus wave and hailed for one of the world's best health care systems. But it is now beginning to struggle with more severe infections than at any other poi...
Trump is ending one of the widest violation and abuse USA is systematically taking against their sick people: the crazy, irrational and unfair drugs prices
It is well known that the drugs price in USA is one of the widest crimes against humanity the Pharmaceutical Mafia is taking against American citizens, with full governmental support. Trump just announced the end of it: “This is a very b...
China's COVID-19 Vaccine Administered To A Million People: Official
"In terms of emergency use, the vaccines were applied to nearly a million people and there has not been a single case of a serious adverse event. People have had only mild symptoms," Liu Jingzhen, chairman of China National Pharmaceutica...
A Family Created A Plastic Shield So They Could Hug Each Other After Their Uncle Died Of COVID
Nichole Thompson captured a gut-wrenching moment between her dad and aunt. " I honestly can’t even watch it again myself because it makes me so emotional," she said of her viral TikTok.
UK: Nationwide vaccination could end social distancing in April
The NHS plans to vaccinate everyone who wants a jab by early April, according to leaked documents seen by the Health Service Journal. This marks a shift in strategy from the government’s previous plan to only vaccinate the vulnerable. If...
WHO Removes Remdesivir From List Of Medicines Used As Benchmark
The World Health Organization said on Friday it has suspended Gilead's remdesivir from its so-called prequalification list, an official list of medicines used as a benchmark for procurement by developing countries, after issuing guidance...
Johnson & Johnson Ordered To Pay $120 Million Damages In New York Baby Powder Case
Justice Gerald Lebovits of the state supreme court in Manhattan reduced the payout from the $325 million a jury awarded Donna Olson, 67, and Robert Olson, 65, in May 2019following a 14-week trial.
America and Britain are the big losers as they fail to control Covid
The pandemic is accelerating the shift of power to nation states and an Asia-centred world
Holland to ban cigarette sales in supermarkets from 2024
Holland will ban the sale of cigarettes and other tobacco products in supermarkets from 2024 in a drive to get more people to give up smoking, the government said on Friday.
New York county sheriff calls Cuomo’s holiday gathering limit ‘unconstitutional’
'If anyone's outside, I'm going to wish them a Happy Thanksgiving,' Fulton County Sheriff Richard Giardino tells FBN
Russia's president Vladimir Putin was seen coughing heavily during a video conference call
The Kremlin emphasizes that the president's health is excellent.
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