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5 million dollar sweepstakes for those who get vaccinated in Ohio against COVID

In New York, anyone can get a dose of Janssen's coronavirus vaccine and ride the subway for free. The response has been massive. Thousands...

Six doses of Pfizer vaccine (a whole bottle) mistakenly injected into a 23-year-old girl

An Italian woman from the town of Massa (north) has received six doses of the vaccine against the coronavirus by mistake, for which she...

U.S. advisory committee ends meeting without daring to decide on Janssen vaccine

A U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advisory committee on Wednesday concluded a meeting to study the future of Janssen's COVID-19 vaccine,...

How does your daily life change after getting vaccinated against coronavirus?

Having a vaccine for yourself is great, and it certainly gives you peace of mind, even if you still have to take precautions. The latest...

German scientists discover cause of thrombi linked to AstraZeneca vaccine

A team of researchers at the University of Greifswald in Germany have found the explanation for the cases of thrombi and clotting problems reported...

United Kingdom already has one third of its population vaccinated against the coronavirus

The United Kingdom is approaching the figure of 20.3 million vaccinated against the coronavirus, which represents a third of its population. The United Kingdom...

Donald Trump and Melania got vaccinated before leaving the White House

Donald Trump, former president of the United States, and Melania Trump, his wife, secretly took the vaccine against COVID-19 in January, before leaving the...

United Kingdom passes the four million COVID-19 threshold after adding more than 15,000 cases

The United Kingdom has surpassed this Friday the barrier of four million people infected with coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic, a figure...

South Africa cancels Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine due to low efficacy against local strain

The South African government decided to suspend the application of the vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca after a study showed very limited...

Ultra-Orthodox Rabbi Daniel Asor says coronavirus vaccine turns people gay

Ultra-orthodox Rabbi Daniel Asor says that the coronavirus vaccine can produce changes in the sexual orientation of those who receive it. The preacher, who...

Mass coronavirus vaccination campaign begins in the United States

The massive coronavirus vaccination campaign that begins today in the United States has been called 'Speed of light' because of its great pretensions. By...

Joe Biden presents a plan to stop Covid that includes vaccinating 100 million people in its first 100 days

President-elect Joe Biden presented his three-point plan to combat the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday, a battery of measures to learn to live with the...

UK doctors warn: Covid vaccine will have marginal impact this winter

In the race to see which country will supply the Covid-19 vaccine to its population first, UK medical authorities have issued a warning: the...

United Kingdom approves Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID vaccine and will start applying it from next week

The UK's Medicines Agency (MHRA) has approved Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine this Wednesday and expects it to be available to the population from next week. The...

45 dead in florida

Death toll from Hurricane Ian rises to 45 in Florida Florida authorities confirmed Friday that at least 23 people died as a result of Hurricane...

Coup d’état in Burkina Faso

Military stages coup in Burkina Faso citing rise in jihadist terrorism The UN is very skeptical about Burkina Faso, which has been plunged into chaos...

North Korea fires ballistic missiles

Pyongyang fires two ballistic missiles after maritime military maneuvers by Seoul, Tokyo and Washington The Japanese Defense Ministry has warned on Saturday morning that North...