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WHO COVID-19 Report Shows Europe COVID Cases, Deaths Continue to Rise

The World Health Organization (WHO) said in its ‘weekly epidemiological update on COVID-19’ that Europe is leading worldwide in number of new COVID-19 infections and fatalities from the coronavirus-borne illness COVID-19. During the week ending Nov. 7, a slight increase,...

White House Tells US Companies to Move Forward with Jab Mandate

The legal fight over President Joe Biden administration’s COVID-19 immunization or testing requirements for private companies is falling along the United States’ sharp political fault lines, with GOP-led states, conservative legal groups, and sympathetic workers grouping most powerfully to...

America Charges Russian and Ukrainian Citizen in Global Ransomware Crackdown

The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) charged a Ukrainian citizen and a Russian in one of the ransomware attacks against US targets, according to court filings shown on Nov. 8 (Monday). The proclamation of criminal charges came after soon...

SpaceX Capsule’s Toilet Broken, Leaving Astronauts in Nappies

On Sunday, the French, Japanese and American astronauts were alleged to leave the International Space Station, with their capsule landing in the Gulf of Mexico early Monday (Nov. 8). But with high winds off the Florida coast, SpaceX pushed...

Germany’s Health Minister Seeks for Booster Doses to Everyone as Infections Rise

Jens Georg Spahn, Germany’s Health Minister, called 5th November for coronavirus vaccine booster doses for anyone who was fully immunized at least 6-months before, as the country experiences the fourth wave of COVID-19 infections. Spahn said that the fourth...

White House Releases New COVID Jab Rules for Large US Businesses

On Thursday, the White House issued new coronavirus immunization rules for United States businesses with hundred or more workers, requiring that their employees be fully protected against the COVID-19 by the Fourth of January or go under testing every...

USAF Reaches its Vaccine Deadline, Nov.2, with Almost 97% Troops Immunized

According to the Air Force data released Nov. 3, about 8500 active-duty Air Force Airmen and Space Force guardians have missed the deadline of Nov. 2 for getting inoculated against COVID-19, including eight hundred who verbally refuse the jab...

US CDC Grants Final Approval To Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine For 5 to 11

On Tuesday, Dr. Rochelle Paula Walensky, the Director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approved the broad use of Pfizer-BioNTech’s coronavirus vaccine in 5-11-year-olds, smoothing the way for doses to go into the arms of...

America Prepares to Rollout Coronavirus Jabs for 5-11-year-olds

During a virtual White House briefing on Monday, Jeffrey Zients, the White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator, said that America’s COVID-19 immunization program for 5-11-year-olds would be running at full strength in the coming week, if US CDC authorizes Pfizer-BioNTech-made...

US Authorization for Moderna Adolescent COVID-19 Vaccines Needs Additional Time

Moderna Inc., a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based pharmaceutical and biotechnology company pioneering mRNA vaccines, provided an update on 31st October that the United States Food and Drug Administration has informed the Drug Company that it would require more time to finalize...

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Ex-Kentucky Governor John Y. Brown Died at 88

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