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Britain may transfer some coronavirus cases to hotels as hospitals battle new stressors.

close Video Fox News Flash top headlines January 13 The top Fox News Flash headlines are here, check out what to click on Foxnews.com. British health care systems may move patients to hotels to ease pressure on hospitals struggling to cope with rising COVID-19 exposure. Serious angina patients in the UK to receive rheumatoid arthritis drugs Health Secretary Matt Hancock …

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The Indonesian president received a vaccine from China, which gave disappointing results.

Indonesian President Joko Widodo received a Chinese-made vaccine on live television on Wednesday as health officials prepared for a nationwide launch. Human trials in Indonesia found the CoronaVac vaccine to be safe and an effective rate of 65.3 percent, but scientists in Brazil said Tuesday it had a 50 percent higher efficacy rate, well below the 78 percent efficacy rate …

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Israel will make easy push for Biden in Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Egypt.

Israel plans to lobby the incoming Biden administration to avoid confrontations over human rights and other contentious issues with Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt, a senior Israeli defense official told me. Why is it important: Elected President Biden has pledged to keep human rights and democracy at the forefront of US foreign policy, and he skipped all …

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Italy trialed mob ‘ndrangheta ties over 320 times.

LAMEZIA TERME, Italy – A trial against more than 320 defendants began on Wednesday in southern Italy against organized crime ‘ndrangheta, the world’s richest crime syndicate quietly gathering power due to the Sicilian mafia. Losing influence Expected to last at least a year, the trial will take place in a specially built highly secure bunker on the expansive expanses of …

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Female veteran blames toxicity for reproductive problems: “I will die as a child”

Former Army intelligence analyst Elba Barr was trained to connect the dots that she now uses to sift through the medical records division. “There has been something big since 2013, every year that’s medically smart,” Barr told Catherine Herridge, CBS News senior investigative correspondent. While Barr was used across the Middle East and Africa after 9/11 to pursue al-Qaeda, there …

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An ‘unacceptable’ meal package for poor children with outcry in the UK

LONDON – Carpeted meal kits including canned nuts, fruits, vegetables, various snacks, sliced ​​bread and cheese – a provision from a government program providing free lunches to low-income students. But when pictures of parcels were sent to students at home due to the closure of schools across the UK, published on social media this week, they were condemned by parents …

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Secretary of State Suggests Trump Should Receive Nobel Peace Prize

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks at the National Press Club in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021. (AP Photo / Andrew Harnik, Pool) WASHINGTON (AP) – Secretary of State Mike Pompeo suggested that President Donald Trump should receive the Nobel Peace Prize for promoting Arab-Israeli peace. President Trump called for ‘No violence’ as more demonstrations were reported Pompeo’s suggestion made …

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The judge orders incompetent women to receive the virus vaccine.

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) – A judge in northwestern Spain has dismissed the family’s objections and decided to allow health workers to administer the corona vaccine to incapacitated women in nursing homes. The lawsuit appears to be the first example of a European court requiring someone to get the COVID-19 vaccine.The Spanish government has repeatedly stressed that the shooting was voluntary, …

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Updates on COVID-19 in Illinois: Here’s what happened Wednesday.

A small number of at-risk Chicago seniors can start getting the COVID-19 vaccine as early as next week, the city health commission said Wednesday. As the city continues to focus on vaccinating frontline health workers in the early days of vaccination, Dr. Allison Arvadi said the hospital may be allowed to initiate contact with vulnerable patients aged 65 and older …

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