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‘No Reason’ For ‘Unduly’ Concern: Britain Minister On COVID-19 Vaccine

U.K. minister assures of an independent regulator assessing the doubts raised against COVID-19 vaccine. Robert Jenrick, the Housing Minister of Britain assured that data on “Oxford and AstraZeneca vaccine” should not be a reason for anyone to worry as the “independent regulator” would assess the...

AstraZeneca’s ‘Vaccine Works’: Says Head ‘Scientific Adviser’ U.K.

Regulators are best placed to decide the efficacy of the vaccine with data which aren’t available in public domain. Patrick Vallance, the “Chief Scientific Adviser” of the government of Britain has said that AstraZeneca’s vaccine proved the main point as it has worked against COVID-19 in reply to...

Four More Chinese Firms To Blacklist Defence Department To Be Added By Trump Administration: Reports

According to a report published by the news agency Reuters, four more Chinese companies are set to be designated by the United States as being supported by the Chinese military. The report quoting sources claimed that Washington was set to cut down the access of those companies to US investors....

WHO suggests a way to avoid new lockdowns in Europe

New lockdowns in Europe can be avoided if 95% of people wear masks, said the WHO European Head of Office. The vaccine, he said, would not be the solution, as it would be limited in the early stages. New lockdowns due to coronavirus in Europe can also be avoided by wearing masks. This was stated by...

If All Goes Well, First Covid-19 Vaccine Shots Could Be Available Before Christmas

It could be as early as next month that drug makers Pfizer Inc and BioNTech could be given emergency US and European authorization to usage of the their Covid-19 vaccine after the companies declared completion of their final phase of trials which had shown a 95 per cent efficacy rate with no...

Biden promises double growth of minimum wage in USA

Joe Biden, the possible US President and candidate of the Democrat Party, will order doubling of the minimum wage in the country upon taking office. He wrote about this on Twitter. In his opinion, the increase in wages from $7.25 per hour to $15 will take place against the backdrop of the...

Europe Closes Bars And Shops At It Struggles With Second Wave Of Colvid-19

With the second wave of the novel coronavirus pandemic now raging through Europe, various governments have now re-imposed strict restrictive measures including curfews and states of emergencies, to contain the spread of the disease.   Late in October, a second phase of lockdowns was...

AP: US Attorney General orders to investigate possible election fraud

US Attorney General William Barr instructed federal prosecutors to investigate allegations of material irregularities in the presidential elections, the Associated Press (AP) reports, citing a Justice Department document. Investigations should be conducted when there are “clear and credible”...

WHO expects to radically change COVID-19 pandemic situation by March

The World Health Organization expects to receive the first vaccines against COVID-19 by March 2021, which will fundamentally change the situation with the pandemic, said Bruce Aylward, Chief Executive Officer of the WHO Accelerator for Access to Vaccines (ACT), WHO Advisor to the WHO Director...

One day after election, US is still uncertain about winner

An atmosphere of intense waiting and uncertainty persists in the USA 24 hours after the general elections. Votes are still being counted in a number of key states and it is not clear which candidate - Republican Donald Trump or Democrat Joseph Biden - will receive the votes needed to win. An...
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