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Hong Kong’s ISP blocks access to websites that support democracy under the National Security Law.

Hong Kong’s ISP on Thursday said it had blocked access to democratically-backed websites to comply with the city’s national security law. In an emailed statement on Thursday, Hong Kong’s broadband network said it had disabled access to HKChronicles, a website that collects information on the “yellow” stores that support the city’s democratic movement and publishes its information. People and pictures …

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Honey detective work scares the bees.

Himalayan balsam, an invasive plant, is also growing in the landscape, especially along rivers and roads. When the bees forage with Himalayan balm, they return to their hive, covered in white pollen, making them called “ghost bees”. Source link

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Here’s what we know about COVID vaccine distribution and registration in Illinois.

Illinois has followed a phase-out plan to distribute its existing COVID-19 vaccine. Since the first vaccine was approved on Dec. 11, the FDA approved a vaccine developed by the FDA. Pfizer-BioNTech And the vaccine developed by Moderna State distribution plans are aligned with federal guidelines for prioritizing healthcare workers and long-term care residents. The governor of Pritzker announced on January …

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7 countries ranked lower than the United States for adoption

close The COVID-19 vaccine uses new technology not previously used in traditional vaccines. This is how the mRNA vaccine works. USA Today The United States is not the only country in the world to struggle with people who are reluctant to get the COVID-19 vaccine. A new Ipsos survey conducted in conjunction with the World Economic Forum has found that …

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Latest vaccines and world news

A worker moves a coffin at a crematorium in Meissen, Germany, on Jan. 13.Jens Schlueter / AFP / Getty Images. The number of deaths from coronavirus in Germany “It’s worrisome,” said the head of the Robert Kosh Institute for Infectious Diseases (RKI) on Thursday, as the country reported the highest single-day deaths from the epidemic at 1,244. The new COVID-19 …

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WHO scientists arrive in Wuhan to examine the origins of the coronavirus outbreak.

The WHO team has begun investigating the origin of the coronavirus in China, despite concerns that the Beijing government might try to block the embarrassing discovery. Thirteen scientists arrived in Wuhan, China, on Thursday after months of discussions with President Xi Jinping’s government. The team includes virologists and other experts from the United States, Australia, Germany, Japan, Britain, Russia, the …

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Pope Francis receives the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni said in a statement that he “It can be confirmed that within the Vatican City Vaccine Program to date, the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine has been administered to Pope Francis and the Pope Emeritus.” The statement did not say when Pope Francis, aged 84, or his 93-year-old ancestor was vaccinated. The Vatican began its …

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Rohingya camp in Bangladesh caught fire.

Ms. Katoon, 34, fled Rakhine state in 2017 and gave birth to a second child in the camp. She said she turned a small cottage into a home for her family. Now she says she and her family have no food to eat and where to go. More than 730,000 Rohingya, mostly Muslim ethnic groups, have fled Myanmar to Bangladesh …

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Covid-19: Surge released from critical hospital services. ‘In a crisis’

By Nick TriggleHealth correspondent Image copyrightGetty Images The rise of COVID hospital patients puts critical UK hospital services in crisis, doctors warn. NHS data show that A&E is facing increasing delays in getting critically ill patients to wards. At the same time, the total number of people who are now required to wait for treatment throughout the year is more …

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