The U.K. Asks Its Regulator to Assess the AstraZeneca and Oxford University Coronavirus Vaccine After Dosing Errors
LONDON - The British government said Friday it has formally asked the country's medicines regulator to assess whether a coronavirus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford...
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ExxonMobil calls off sale talks for Bass Strait oil and gas fields
ExxonMobil has abandoned plans to sell its stake in the giant Bass Strait oil and gas fields off the coast of Victoria.
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Premier's texts about hotel quarantine plans to be made public
The text messages Premier Daniel Andrews sent to his chief of staff have been handed to Victoria's hotel quarantine inquiry among a raft of new documents.
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Kohli's bundle of wisdom a timely reminder that it's only a game
In this year like no other, a paramount theme must be mental health. Virat Kohli's planned departure is a reminder that life must be allowed to counterbalance work.
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Macquarie CEO lays out plan for boosting diversity in workforce
Macquarie chief executive Shemara Wikramanayake has overcome racial and gender biases to secure one of the most powerful roles in business. Now she wants to make changes to...
7 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
How to personalize a survival kit for your individual needs
A survival kit differs from one prepper to another. The contents vary depending on your needs and plans, and different situations might even require different kits. When...
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Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid vaccine 'dose error' explained
Some trial volunteers were given shots half the planned strength, so how does that affect the results?
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How to Enjoy Your Holiday Feast, Guilt-Free
I think everyone can agree that things look a lot different this year. We're planning smaller holiday gatherings with just our immediate families. 1 There are restrictions at...
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Berlin plans six mass COVID-19 vaccination centres handling 4000 people a day
Those waiting to be immunised will be ferried through each centre in the same way shoppers are guided through IKEA stores in one direction.
13 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Coronavirus vaccination programme to start in Swansea
Three vaccination centres are planned and frontline health and social care staff will receive the injections first
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Trump tells Pennsylvania state committee hearing that Dems 'cheated' in...
President Donald Trump told the Pennsylvania State Senate hearing today that was gathered in an unofficial capacity to discuss alleged voter fraud in the presidential election...
Oregon governor urges people to report coronavirus lockdown violators to law...
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown urged people to report citizens who violate coronavirus lockdown orders to law enforcement. In a Nov. 20 interview with local media outlet KGW 8, Brown...
Facebook trying to brownnose Biden by promoting COVID-19 vaccines
Apparently hopeful that kissing up to the fictitious Biden administration will ward off a potential antitrust crackdown, Facebook has reportedly decided to start actively...
Ringing Sensation in the Ear Worsens During COVID-19 Pandemic
Patients with tinnitus have reported that during this pandemic their hearing condition is worsening. Many of them experienced tinnitus after the COVID-19 infection.
Fresh COVID-19 Infections Reported in Japan
In Japan, the confirmed coronavirus cases have increased by 2,502 to reach 140,288 as of Thursday, according to the latest figures from the health ministry and local authorities.
Coronavirus UK: Exeter Nightingale reopens as local hospitals 'busy'
Bosses at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital insisting their wards were 'very busy'. They had on average 85 out of 647 beds filled with Covid-19 patients in the week ending...
Number of people with coronavirus in England DROPS for the first time in...
This week's Office for National Statistics report, brought forward to coincide with England's local lockdown announcements today, shows 633,000 people are thought to be infected.
Genetic Variations Tied to COVID-19 Disease Severity
With Coronavirus being the most experimented field in the past few months', a new study sheds light on the genetic risk factors that make people more or less susceptible to...
Psychologically Flexible People Have Better Family and Romantic Relationships
Being emotionally flexible may be one of the most essential factors for longevity and overall health of your romantic and familial relationships.
6 Useful Tips For Anyone Grieving Their Pre-Pandemic Life
It's normal to mourn holidays, jobs, social gatherings and other losses caused by COVID-19. This advice can help.