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President Donald Trump press conference

President Donald Trump press conference According to Donald Trump , Democrats were using "illegal votes" to "steal the election from us". As results gradually trickle in, protests involving both sides have been held in major cities over the vote counting. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, a Republican from IL, tweets that the president's claims of fraud are "getting insane". The Trump camp is asking that Benson order local election officials to... [Full Article...]

Republicans add another seat in US Senate with Alaska win

Republicans add another seat in US Senate with Alaska win He has also cited encouraging news on a coronavirus vaccine. Democrats, McConnell lamented, "are looking at something dramatically larger" than the GOP. House and Senate negotiators are working on an omnibus package that would include appropriations bills for funding through next September. In a letter, the group including ex-Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel and Trump's former National Security ... [Full Article...]

Stormont ministers agree new COVID-19 restrictions after deadlock

Stormont ministers agree new COVID-19 restrictions after deadlock However, the DUP's Jeffrey Donaldson has said that he believes the Northern Ireland Executive will reach an agreement on Thursday about Covid-19 restrictions. Expressing the feelings of affected businesses, hotelier Bill Wolsey told PA that "our politicians are a bit like track and trace - not fit for objective." . [Full Article...]

Former Kent MP 'dismayed' at own party over Brexit bill

Former Kent MP 'dismayed' at own party over Brexit bill The House of Lords voted on Monday to strip those clauses from the Bill, in a series of defeats for the ruling Conservative Party. The controversial internal market bill passed its third reading in the Commons with a majority of 84 in September, with MPs having voted 340 to 256 in favour of allowing government ministers to break global law. [Full Article...]

Covid-19 testing operation underway at mink farm in Midlands

Covid-19 testing operation underway at mink farm in Midlands Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said last week her government was in talks with the World Health Organisation to figure out how to contain the outbreak, and suggested the WHO was on board with the proposed cull. Soumya Swaminathan, the WHO's chief scientist, said on Friday, however, that it is too early to jump to conclusions about the implications of mutations in the virus found in mink. [Full Article...]

Georgia senators call for secretary of state to resign

Georgia senators call for secretary of state to resign Sullivan defended changing his tune on advancing an election-year Supreme Court nominee from opposition to President Barack Obama's pick of Merrick Garland in early 2016 to confirming Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett last month. It is the first such an audit has ever taken place in the state, WSB-TV 2 reported . "It's a very long process", he said . Federal law, not state law, is what a... [Full Article...]

Coronavirus testing in Hertfordshire: Mass testing set to be rolled out

Coronavirus testing in Hertfordshire: Mass testing set to be rolled out Mr Maher said: "Although the number of tests is limited and we can only test 10% of the population, this is another way of identifying people with corona virus before they show symptoms". "This is a new announcement and we expect to learn more on Friday, especially clarification on the numbers of tests we may expect and the logistics of how this can be delivered locally". [Full Article...]

Brazil's halting Sinovac trial unrelated to vaccine, says Chinese Foreign Ministry

Brazil's halting Sinovac trial unrelated to vaccine, says Chinese Foreign Ministry The company said on Monday its vaccine is more than 90% effective based on initial trial results. The vaccine was in the thick of a political "battle", the report said, as it was supported by a Governor who was opposed to Brazil's President. [Full Article...]

COVID-19 survivors at increased risk of psychiatric disorders, study finds

COVID-19 survivors at increased risk of psychiatric disorders, study finds Researchers from the University of Oxford examined anonymised electronic health records of over 69 million US patients, 62,354 of which were diagnosed with coronavirus from late January to August 1. They were also interested in finding whether patients with a history of mental illness were at a higher risk of a COVID-19 diagnosis. "Parents, and expectant parents, are understandably anxious about... [Full Article...]

Ontario breaks another COVID record with 1,388 cases

Ontario breaks another COVID record with 1,388 cases The province reported 1,162 new cases, the sixth consecutive day that more than 1,100 new cases were reported. On May 28, Toronto Public Health released an interactive map that shows how many coronavirus cases are reported across neighbourhoods. [Full Article...]

Supreme Court unlikely to kill Obamacare

Supreme Court unlikely to kill Obamacare The lawsuit alleges that the GOP-led Congress rendered the whole law unconstitutional by zeroing out the individual mandate in its 2017 tax overhaul legislation. The nine justices - including the recent conservative addition to the Court, Justice Amy Coney Barrett - are likely to issue their decision on the Affordable Care Act in the spring or possibly early summer of 2021. [Full Article...]

COVID-19 vaccine is over 90% effective

COVID-19 vaccine is over 90% effective The MSCI index of world stock markets hit a record high following the announcement. The findings are based on an interim analysis conducted after 94 participants, split between those who got a placebo and those who were vaccinated, contracted Covid-19. [Full Article...]

New record high for United States coronavirus cases

New record high for United States coronavirus cases The US has reported about a million cases in the past 10 days, the highest rate of infections since the nation reported its first coronavirus case in Washington state 293 days ago. Vivec Murthy and will form the Food and Drug Administration's representative, Dr. David Kessler , who has advised his campaign since the outbreak of the pandemic. [Full Article...]

Bangladesh signs Covid-19 vaccine deal with Serum Institute of India

Bangladesh signs Covid-19 vaccine deal with Serum Institute of India Amid rising coronavirus cases in India, Dr Randeep Guleria, director of AIIMS and member of the national task force on COVID-19 management, has said that common Indians will have to wait till 2022 to get COVID-19 vaccine. 34 per cent of the people surveyed expressed vaccine confidence concerns are around side effects. Concerns about rushing clinical trials were highest in Brazil and Spain (48 per ... [Full Article...]

Mutated COVID-19 detected in mink farms in six countries

Mutated COVID-19 detected in mink farms in six countries Danish authorities have warned that this particular variant of the virus dubbed "cluster 5" variant could impact the effectiveness of a future vaccine . ANYONE ARRIVING FROM Denmark into Ireland will be asked to restrict their movements for two weeks due to a new strain of coronavirus that has emerged in Danish mink farms. [Full Article...]

Nevada reports another day of record-setting virus cases

Nevada reports another day of record-setting virus cases Bob Dannenhoffer told News Radio 1240 KQEN that a dozen cases were reported in just one hour on Friday afternoon. As is the custom, the county offers no other information regarding the most recent cases. Adrienne Byrne, the director of the Sedgwick County Health Department, said the "why" in the surge of cases is unknown. Five new Covid-19 deaths have been confirmed, as well as 335 new cases... [Full Article...]

Alberta records 919 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday

Alberta records 919 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday It is not known exactly what Kenney and Hinshaw will discuss, but Hinshaw said Thursday the province may need to consider further restrictions due to the spike in cases in recent weeks. "Everybody has a role to play, not in calling up the police and ratting people out but just personally intervening on a friendly basis to say, 'Hey, if you feel that you've got a cold, you should really go home and... [Full Article...]

BC health officials report record-high 589 new coronavirus cases on Friday

BC health officials report record-high 589 new coronavirus cases on Friday Officials are still following up with positive cases and contacts in the county, according to a news release Friday. As well, 7,887 people are under active public health monitoring as a result of identified exposure to known cases. From Oct. 29 to November 4, the most recent seven-day period for which data is available, KU confirmed 49 cases of COVID-19 from a total of 861 tests, a positive rate... [Full Article...]

Coronavirus: la France compte "le plus grand nombre de cas" en Europe

Coronavirus: la France compte Lors de la conférence de presse, jeudi, le ministre de la Santé Olivier Véran n'a pas annoncé de nouvelles mesures de restriction des déplacements mais il a appelé les Français à l'autodiscipline pour que le confinement porte ses fruits: " Face à l'amertume, à la fatigue, à la lassitude légitime, nous devons nous ressaisir et continuer à nous battre ". [Full Article...]

Denmark to kill millions of minks as mutated coronavirus found infecting humans

Denmark to kill millions of minks as mutated coronavirus found infecting humans The restrictions, which were called "completely extraordinary" by the nation's prime minister, will be applied to over 280,000 people in the north of Denmark. Denmark is the second largest producer of mink fur, and the 2020 mink populations sums up to an estimated $350 million, Magnus Ljung, the CEO of Saga Furs, tells the Guardian . [Full Article...]


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