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17.Sep.21 5:55 PM

COVID - 19: Cuban state media warns of further blackouts

A woman walks past homes in quarantine amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus disease COVID - 19 in Havana, Cuba, April 8, 2021. HAVANA, September 17 - Reuters
17.Sep.21 5:41 PM

Broadway will make major changes to public health safety

After an 18 month CoVID shutdown, Broadway launched its first new musicals of 2021 earlier this week, with some notable changes to operations for public health safety, including mask provisions and a shutdown of concessions to ensure compliance with masking.
17.Sep.21 5:35 PM

U.S. ready to roll out COVID booster shots next week: White House

Washington, Sept. 17 Reuters: September. 19 Reutersca The United States is ready to roll out COVID vaccination booster shots next week, but will do so only if health regulators approve the plan, White House officials said on Friday.
17.Sep.21 5:31 PM

Senators write to Google after abortion pill reversal ad

Eleven U.S. senators wrote a letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai condemning his company's egregious abuse of its enormous market power in blocking pro-life ads promoting an abortion pill reversal APR treatment while allowing abortion providers to advertise for abortion pills.
17.Sep.21 5:15 PM

India gives 22. 6 m million doses of AstraZeneca shot on PM's birthday

India administration more than 22.6 mln doses on Friday afternoon in India. massacres on Friday evening in India's jihadist-day record is triple the average in previous month.
17.Sep.21 4:11 PM

COVID - 19 booster debate clouding the outlook for Moderna

NEW YORK Reuters - Debate over the need for COVID 19 booster shots is clouding the outlook for Moderna Inc's high-flying shares after the U.S. biotechnology company's stock price soared as much as 360% this year, making it the best performer in the S&P 500.
17.Sep.21 4:00 PM

Italy registers 130,233 deaths linked to COVID - 19

Italy has registered 130,233 deaths linked to COVID - 19 since it emerged in February last year, the eighth-highest toll in Europe after Britain and the second highest death in the world.