Emmys Return to In-Person Event But Cant Be Completely Celebratory Amid COVID

One of the most exciting things about the shared Emmy nomination for visual-effects supervisor Stephan Fleet and VFX producer Shalena Oxley-Butler of Amazon Prime Video’s “The Boys” was being able to see each other in person again after a year of working remotely, over video conferencing software and email, from different countries. But the tone when the 73rd annual Primetime […]

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Sean Penn says COVID-19 vaccine should be mandatory for Americans

More On: COVID vaccine Mount Sinai healthcare system mandates COVID vaccination for workers Arnold Schwarzenegger rips anti-maskers: ‘Screw your freedom’ Texas gov vows court fight with officials defying mask mandate bans Anti-vax protesters storm BBC building it moved out of in 2013 Sean Penn says Americans should be forced to have a COVID-19 vaccine amid reports he is refusing to […]

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Louisiana prisons suspend visitation again as COVID-19 cases soar in the state

Louisiana’s eight state-run prisons have suspended prisoner visitation and volunteering in response to the state’s recent surge in COVID-19 cases, the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections said Tuesday. The suspension will last for at least three weeks. The department said in a statement that it took the “precautionary measure” to “protect its staff and prisoner populations” and will […]

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Tokyo 2020 Olympics LIVE: Latest updates as chief Toshiro Muto refuses to rule out last-minute cancellation

The Tokyo 2020 Olympics are just three days away but the head of the organising committee Toshiro Muto refused to rule out a last-minute cancellation amid ongoing concern surrounding Covid-19. There is great optimism in the Team GB camp, five years on from Rio and 67 medals in total, including 27 gold medals. While the organisers will be focused on […]

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Covid-19 Global Death Toll Surpasses Four Million

The known global death toll from Covid-19 has surpassed four million people, the New York Times reported on Thursday. The most recent data comes from the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, with the reported figures widely believed to undercount pandemic-related deaths. “The numbers may not tell the complete story, and yet they’re still really staggering numbers […]

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Kym Marsh Enters Quarantine After Son Tests Positive for Covid-19

The former Hear’Say member opens up about her symptoms, saying she had ‘bad cold’ and was ‘coughing all over the place’ after her son David contracted Covid-19. AceShowbiz -Former Hear’Say star Kym Marsh is self-isolating, after her son David tested positive for Covid-19. The U.K. singer-turned-TV personality had been due to host BBC show “Morning Live” on Wednesday (07Jul21) but […]

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U.S. Unemployment Claims Fall To 406,000, A New Pandemic Low

WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits dropped last week to 406,000, a new pandemic low and more evidence that the job market is strengthening as the virus wanes and economy further reopens. Thursday’s report from the Labor Department showed that applications declined 38,000 from 444,000 a week earlier. The number of weekly applications for jobless aid […]

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