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For the victory of privacy activists, France was banned from using drones to enforce the coronavirus rule.

France imposed Europe’s toughest measures in response to the virus last year and was initially equipped with helicopters and drones to check compliance. The drones were installed to detect offenders, blocking navigation teams on the ground, and to announce warnings via speakers. But privacy activists fear that monitoring the drone could serve as an experiment for an increasingly expanding surveillance …

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Past COVID infection provides immunity for at least 5 months.

London – Most people who have had COVID-19 Have immunity from being caught again for at least five months, according to a study by Public Health England, UK government health agency research found that people infected are less likely than people who have never been infected. 83% of whom will be exposed to corona again in five months. However, the …

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Brussels BLM protesters smash the Belgian king’s car with a stone.

Black protests turned violent in downtown Brussels, with protesters setting fire to destroying police cars and reportedly throwing stones at the Belgian monarch’s car. King Philippe traveled home to the Lachen Palace castle from his office in Brussels on Wednesday when his car was besieged, according to local reports and images from the scene. A photo from the European Pressphoto …

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Missouri Enables Phase 1B COVID-19 Vaccination | Headline

St. Louis (KMOV.com) – Missouri announced plans to expand COVID-19 vaccination to millions more people starting Thursday as the state shifts from 1A to 1B. The state said it would begin vaccinating its residents. Phase 1B, Class 1 The state’s phase 1 phase 1B vaccination plan focuses on protecting those who care for Missouri residents safe, including law enforcement, fire …

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Brazil’s corona vaccine: Sinovac’s CoronaVac trial disappoints

And now a new setback: good but bad vaccines. Days after officials announced that a vaccine made by China’s Sinovac and tested on 12,000 Brazilians was 78 percent effective in preventing moderate and severe COVID-19 patients, they clarified this week that the efficacy rate of all Cases were only 50.4 percent. That’s over the criteria set by the World Health …

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COVID Update: Jones Beach Vaccine Source launched due to COVID variable cluster confirmed on Long Island.

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) – New York State opened our area’s third mass vaccination facility – the fourth – at Jones Beach State Park on Long Island Thursday morning. Mega Site, the state’s first drive-through site, opens at 8 a.m. Additionally, starting today, the vaccine will be available at Fort Washington Avenue Armory in Washington Heights. Images at all sites …

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Affiliate pharmacies ask states to transfer unused amounts of COVID-19 vaccines to pharmacies.

Blanquer said during a news conference in Paris on Thursday, Jan. 14, on the French government’s current strategy for the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. (Photo Thomas Coex / POOL / AFP Despite new restrictions across France, including the curfew. But the school will remain open and plans to test one million students and teachers per month, France’s Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer …

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Indonesia earthquake: 3 deaths after shaking strikes Sulawesi | Indonesia

At least three people were killed and 24 injured after a magnitude 6.2 earthquake hit Indonesia’s Sulawesi island, the country’s disaster relief agency said Friday. The epicenter was 6 kilometers northeast of Majene, at a depth of 10 kilometers. Thousands of panicked residents fled their homes in search of safety after the earthquake did not sound a tsunami warning. But …

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot pushes Chicago bars and restaurants to open again for indoor dining. ‘ASAP’ – Chicago Tribune

Mayor Lori Lightfoot pushes Chicago bars and restaurants to open again for indoor dining. ‘Chicago Tribune’ as soon as possible Restaurant Lightfoot, Illinois joins urging Pritzker to allow indoor dining, WGN News The mayor of Chicago called for the restaurant to be opened again to reduce the risks of underground parties. Yahoo News Illinois COVID-19 Update: Here’s What Happened Thursday, …

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