US Army to discharge unvaccinated soldiers soon

U.S. 02/03/22, 07:26

U.S. Army announced that it will start discharging those soldiers who have refused COVID-19 vaccination. Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth issued a directive on Jan. 31, which establishes personnel policies and procedures for unvaccinated individuals seeking accession into the Army and Soldiers who refuse the coronavirus vaccination order. According to the ...

Trump appreciative after Biden compliments his COVID-19 vaccine program

U.S. 12/25/21, 00:22

Former President Donald Trump has hailed his successor's acknowledgment of his administration's COVID-19 vaccine program, saying the move would help the "process of healing" in the United States. In Tuesday's announcement on his strategy to fight the COVID-19 pandemic amid a surge of Omicron variant infections, Biden said his administration would boost testing ...

Czechs order bars and restaurants to shut early to minimize COVID infection

News 11/27/21, 04:04

To reduce one of the world's highest rates of coronavirus infection, the Czech government forced bars and clubs to shut at 10 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 25, and forbade Christmas markets as well as limiting attendance at sporting and cultural events to 1,000. According to the presidential office, President Milos Zeman ...

CDC director: Potential loss of unvaccinated health care personnel ‘a challenge’

News 09/29/21, 04:37

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, on Monday, Sept. 27, said she supports mandatory vaccines for healthcare workers but acknowledged that the consequent labor shortages could be a problem. "We have seen that these vaccine mandates get more people vaccinated," Walensky expressed her enthusiasm for the enhanced vaccine campaign in an interview with ...

US number of hospitalizations from COVID-19 might be inflated

News 09/24/21, 16:07

According to a recent study on widespread vaccination, the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations in the United States may have included patients with mild or incidental diagnoses that are unrelated to the coronavirus. The study, posted on Research Square, pointed out that in the early days of the pandemic, COVID-19 cases were strongly ...

3,000 health workers in France refuse COVID-19 vaccines, suspended without pay

World 09/16/21, 14:49

About 3,000 health workers in hospitals, care homes, and health centers across France have been suspended without pay after refusing to be vaccinated against COVID-19, the French government said on Thursday, Sept. 16. The suspensions came after the government reached its deadline, requiring its front-line health and social care workers to ...

Israel to scan passengers at its main airport for COVID-19

Middle East 09/14/21, 16:04

Following the contradictory results of Israel's intensive vaccination campaign, authorities are further tightening measures against the COVID-19 or CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus by genetically scanning travelers arriving at its international airport, Ben Gurion, located in Tel Aviv.  "We are working on a scanning system for everyone who comes into Israel," ...

Los Angeles police officers sue city over vaccination mandate

California 09/14/21, 04:11

Six members of the Los Angeles police department (LAPD) have filed a lawsuit against the city's recent vaccine mandate, which requires all employees to get the shots against COVID-19. In the lawsuit filed on Saturday, September 11, in the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, the officers alleged that not only ...

AstraZeneca vaccine co-creator: COVID-19 boosters unnecessary for most people

News 09/11/21, 00:21

Oxford University Professor Sarah Gilbert, the leading scientist behind the creation of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, said that it is unnecessary for most people to get the vaccine boosters at the moment because immunity from the first two doses is “lasting well." In an interview with The Telegraph on Friday, Sept. 10, ...

Japan records third death after receiving jab of suspended Moderna vaccine

News 09/08/21, 06:48

A third person had died in Japan after being administered with the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine that came from one of the recalled contaminated batches, Japan authorities confirmed Monday, Sept. 6.  The man, 49, died on August 12 after receiving his second shot a day prior, the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor ...

Contaminated Moderna vaccines in Japan: Two deaths after inoculation

World 08/30/21, 03:50

Two days after Japan announced the suspension of 1.6 million Moderna COVID-19 vaccines due to contamination reports, the country accounted for two deaths from Moderna recipients on Saturday, Aug. 28.  Japan's health ministry revealed that the two patients in their 30s died days after receiving one of the Moderna shots belonging ...

Fauci teases a change for CCP virus protocols

News 07/26/21, 04:27

Fauci last Friday on CNN said he and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) were considering the reinstatement of public mask-wearing regardless of vaccination status. On CNN's "State of the Union," on Friday, July 23, the White House's chief medical advisor Anthony Fauci revealed that he and the ...

Vaccination push with Delta variant on the loose

News 07/23/21, 05:18

As the Delta variant is now confirmed responsible for a majority of new CCP Virus cases in the U.S. and many other parts of the world, ethical concepts of taking the experimental vaccines start to change.  For months since the vaccines became available in the U.S. under emergency use, some Americans ...

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