NSW records 270 new local COVID-19 cases, three deaths as nation hits 80% vaccination target

For our free coronavirus pandemic coverage, learn more here. NSW has recorded 271 new cases of COVID-19, with all but one being cases of community transmission. The 270 local positive cases came from 72,350 tests conducted in the previous 24 hours, NSW Health said. Meanwhile, more than 80 per cent of Australian residents over 16 are now fully vaccinated. Coronavirus […]

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Melinda Gates says global Covid herd immunity won't come until next YEAR as US is only halfway there at 40%

MELINDA Gates thinks we won't get worldwide immunity until 2022, with experts estimating the United States is only 40 percent immune to the coronavirus. The billionaire philanthropist said worldwide herd immunity will largely depend on getting the vaccine to developing nations "en masse," with Gates estimating that won't begin until the end of this year. Gates, who along with her […]

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China waxes lyrical about Covid response with waxwork exhibition

China waxes lyrical about its Covid response: Waxworks are exhibited in Wuhan showing medics and soldiers to PRAISE city’s coronavirus ‘success’ as Beijing propaganda blitz continues Waxworks in PPE suits, army medics with masks on and fumigation teams fill halls of the exhibition  Bizarre Communist shrine is latest in propaganda blitz as Beijing faces a World Health Organisation probe Beijing has […]

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NJ to give first doses of COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday

More On: COVID vaccine NIH director urges Americans to put aside vaccine skepticism CDC green-lights Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine in key step toward distribution All nursing home residents could be vaccinated by Christmas: HHS chief Can my boss insist I get a COVID-19 vaccination? New Jersey will dole out its first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday morning in Newark, Gov. […]

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CDC says people sick with COVID-19 can break quarantine to vote in-person

Coronavirus patients can break quarantine Tuesday to vote in-person, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has confirmed. “Voters have the right to vote, regardless of whether they are sick or in quarantine,” the CDC stressed in safe-voting guidance posted Sunday. While having the right to do so, those infected by the contagion “should take steps to protect poll […]

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A timeline of Trump’s travels prior to his hospitalization for COVID-19

In the week prior to President Trump’s announcement that he and first lady Melania Trump tested positive for COVID-19, the president had traveled to eight states, holding various rallies and speaking at various events. At many of those events, photos show that neither the president, nor many of the attendees were wearing masks.  Mr. Trump tweeted shortly before 1 a.m. […]

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US trial of Oxford's Covid vaccine is still paused: Scientists ask why

Why is the trial of Oxford University’s Covid-19 vaccine STILL on hold in the US? Scientists demand clarity as boss of pharma giant making the jab says they are ‘waiting’ on the FDA AstraZeneca stopped global trials on September 8 to investigate a side effect  Leaked documents claimed a British volunteer developed ‘transverse myelitis’  Doctors restarted the trials in the […]

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