Tag: covid-19

A nurse feeds a newborn with COVID-19 with donated milk
Canadian Hospital Separates Newborn from Parents Due to Positive COVID-19 Result
A hospital in Canada has triggered a controversy by separating a newborn infant from the parents against their wishes after all three had tested positive for coronavirus. The baby was put in isolation for ten...
Kansas Woman Dies After Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine
A 68-year-old mother of five has died after being inoculated by the COVID-19 vaccine. The woman, Jeanie M Evans from Effingham, Kansas, had an allergic reaction called anaphylaxis during the waiting period after receiving the...
Helsinki Finland is one of five cities proposed for strict lockdown due to recent increases in COVID-19 cases. Finland lockdowns are compelling some businesses to get creative to stay open.
As Finland Lockdowns Get Stricter, Businesses Get More Creative
A new set of Finland lockdowns may be the strictest ever, as five cities, including the capital city of Helsinki, are considering tough measures in response to a rising number of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations....
5 Things to Know Before Getting a Coronavirus Vaccine
Updated March 28, 2021 With the recent emergency use authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna coronavirus vaccines in Dec. 2020 and Johnson & Johnson (J&J)/Janssen vaccine in Feb. 2021, hope for the possible end of...
Pro-vaccine demonstrators hold a "Free the Vaccine" rally in front of the Pfizer Headquarters in New York on March 11. Pfizer’s CEO Albert Bourla said his company would be expanding their mRNA vaccine business beyond the COVID-19 pandemic
Pfizer Plans to Expand mRNA Vaccine Business Beyond SARS-CoV-2
Vaccine manufacturer for the SARS-CoV-2 novel coronavirus, Pfizer, says it will advance its mRNA vaccine business beyond the virus which causes the disease the Chinese Communist Party-friendly World Health Organization dubbed Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)....
The U.S. Federal Reserve declared on March 17 that it will keep interest rates at 0.25 percent since the CCP virus pandemic continues to pose a major risk to the American economy
The Fed Keeps Interest Rates Near Zero, Strong Economic Growth Ahead
The U.S. Federal Reserve declared on March 17 that it would keep interest rates at 0.25 percent since the coronavirus pandemic continues to pose a major risk to the American economy. Following a two-day meeting...
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov attends a meeting with his Chinese counterpart in Sochi on May 13, 2019. Russia’s Foreign Minister said countries must not violate human rights or the rights of travellers in any form of vaccine certificate or vaccine passport rollout during a press conference in China on March 22.
Russia’s Foreign Minister: ‘We Must Prevent Violations of Human Rights’ With Vaccine Passport Implementation
Russia’s Foreign Minister said vaccine passport schemes must not violate human rights and also wore a mask that appeared to speak out against pandemic lockdown measures during a visit to China on March 22.  According...
The World Health Organization's (WHO) investigation into the origin of coronavirus in China suffered severe setbacks as Beijing had complete control on the proceedings, says the Wall Street Journal in a recent report.
WSJ Report: WHO had Little to No Control over COVID-19 Investigation in China
The World Health Organization’s (WHO) investigation into the origin of coronavirus in China suffered severe setbacks as Beijing had complete control on the proceedings, says the Wall Street Journal in a recent report. The communist...
The United States, European Union, Canada, and Britain launched coordinated sanctions against Chinese officials over their involvement in persecuting the Uyghur minority in Xinjiang.
Secretary of State Blinken Calls Taiwan a ‘Country’
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken recently called Taiwan a “country,” a designation that his predecessors had avoided. At a hearing of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Blinken praised Taiwan for being a strong democracy...
A Pfizer executive has said the company may raise the price of its coronavirus vaccines given the “significant opportunity.”
Pfizer May Raise Price of Its COVID-19 Vaccine
A Pfizer executive has said the company might raise its coronavirus vaccines’ price given the “significant opportunity.” The suggestion was made by Frank A D’Amelio, CFO & executive VP of global supply for Pfizer, at...
Half of Italy has entered into a new lockdown after a spike in COVID-19 infections raised worries about the pandemic getting out of control.
The Third Wave: Italy Enters Lockdown Amidst Infection Surge, Plans on Making Russian Vaccine
Half of Italy has entered into a new lockdown after a spike in COVID-19 infections raised worries about the pandemic getting out of control. The recent lockdowns are applicable in 9 of the country’s 20...
The Danish government has temporarily stopped administering AstraZeneca COVID-19 shots after a few people experienced blood clots.
AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine Suspended in Denmark, Italy, Norway, Ireland
The Danish government has temporarily stopped administering AstraZeneca COVID-19 shots after a few people experienced blood clots. The country’s health authority stated that its decision was based on a precautionary principle. The decision was taken...