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In this handout provided by Covid-19 Bereaved Families For Justice, The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby visits the National Covid Memorial Wall on April 20, 2021, in London, England. A study by a UK government working group claims the vaccinated and children will suffer heavy casualties in a third wave that may be attributed to people who have declined to get inoculated.
Fully Vaccinated People to Dominate Third Wave of COVID-19 Deaths in UK, Warns Report
A recent document published by the UK’s Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Modeling, Operational subgroup (SPI-M-O), has triggered controversy among netizens due to its predictions about a potential third wave of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)...
TRURO, ENGLAND - APRIL 07: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) gives a thumbs-up to passers by as he walks to visit Ann's Cottage Surf Shop on April 7, 2021 in Truro, England. The Prime Minister visited businesses in Cornwall to see how they are preparing to reopen after the Coronavirus lockdown ahead of Step 2 of the roadmap on Monday 12 April.
Boris Johnson Reopens UK April 12 as Scheduled
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson lifted restrictions on restaurants, pubs, hairdressers and other non-essential retail shops across the United Kingdom on April 12, in line with the scheduled reopening plan set by the government. While...
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....
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)....
Multiple European nations have once again entered the lockdown phase as a new wave of coronavirus infections threatens to deepen the pandemic crisis.
Europe Enters Another Lockdown as Pandemic Scare Resurfaces, UK Fares Better
Multiple European nations have once again entered the lockdown phase as a new wave of coronavirus infections threatens to deepen the pandemic crisis. The lockdowns come as the region faces severe challenges in vaccinating citizens...
The German government will relax its two-month long coronavirus lockdown. Certain shops, categorized as ‘daily needs retail,’ can reopen provided they follow strict hygiene rules and only allow a limited number of customers.
German Businesses Angry About Slow Open from Lockdown
The German government will relax its two-month-long coronavirus lockdown. Certain shops, categorized as ‘daily needs retail,’ may reopen provided they follow strict hygiene rules and only allow a limited number of customers.  For shops with...
Biden’s immigration policy and stance has encouraged unending migration through the southern border, creating headaches for authorities.
Border Crisis Deepens as Migrant Facility Exceeds Capacity by Seven Times
Biden’s immigration policy and stance have encouraged unending migration through the southern border. According to Neha Desai, a lawyer for the National Center for Youth Law, more than 1,800 children were detained at the Customs...
An exterior view of Westin Wall Centre Vancouver Airport on February 20, 2021 in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. Air travellers arriving on February 22 or after must now stay three nights in Canada hotel quarantine and take a PCR test on arrival, at their own cost, to enter Canada
Canada’s Hotel Quarantine Scheme: Anything but Rest and Relaxation
On Feb. 12, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his Canada hotel quarantine measures to battle against the SARS-CoV-2 novel coronavirus pandemic. Travelers entering Canada would be required to quarantine in a government-appointed hotel for three...
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and his team have been under scrutiny for months due to their role in underreporting coronavirus deaths in the state’s nursing homes.
Cuomo Aides Covered Up Over 2,800 Nursing Home Deaths Last Year
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and his team have been under scrutiny for months due to their role in underreporting coronavirus deaths in the state’s nursing homes. The New York Times’ latest report reveals that...
Yohan Blake, the Jamaican sprinter who won gold medals at the 2012 and 2015 Olympics, would opt to not participate in the Tokyo Summer Olympics scheduled for this year rather than be forced to take a coronavirus vaccine.
Jamaican Sprinter Would Opt-Out of Olympics Rather Than Take COVID-19 Vaccine
Yohan Blake, the Jamaican sprinter who won gold medals at the 2012 and 2015 Olympics, would opt not to participate in the Tokyo Summer Olympics scheduled for this year rather than be forced to take...
Wide receiver Terrell Owens #81 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates his third touchdown against the Houston Texans on October 15, 2006 at Texas Stadium in Irving, Texas. Texas Governor Greg Abbott removed the state’s masking requirement and business capacity restrictions from his administration’s pandemic measures on Tuesday, Mar. 2
Texas Lifts Masking Requirement, Restores Business Capacity in Elimination of Pandemic Measures
The Governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, issued an executive order removing some of his state’s most significant pandemic measures to fight against the SARS-CoV-2 novel coronavirus on Tuesday, Mar. 2.  Abbott made the announcement at...
A palm tree in the foreground with the Hollywood sign in the background.
Sen. Cotton: Hollywood Avoids Casting Chinese Villains out of Subservience to Beijing
In a recent interview, Republican Sen. Tom Cotton criticized the American film industry for its kowtowing to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), singling out Hollywood’s decision not to cast any antagonists as ethnically Chinese. “When...