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No, that viral photo is not Vladimir Putin’s house

A viral photo of a futuristic house labeled “Putin’s House” in Sochi, Russia, circulated on social media, leading many people to mistakenly believe that it belongs to the Russian president. In fact, the house is just the exterior design concept of Vladimir Putin’s house in the eyes of Russian architect Roman Vlasov. This is not an actual home. This is …

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Oxford suspends COVID-19 vaccine research on children, waiting for more data on blood clot problems

On April 4, 2021, Dublin, Ireland, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, a small bottle of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine was seen at the Aviva Stadium Mass Vaccination Center. (Reuters)-Oxford University said on Tuesday that it has suspended a small trial in the UK to test the application of the COVID-19 vaccine developed in cooperation with AstraZeneca Plc in children and …

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WHO does not support mandatory “vaccine passport”

WHO officials said on Tuesday that out of concerns about fairness, the World Health Organization (WHO) currently does not support the use of “vaccine passports” during travel. Mike Ryan, the executive director of the WHO’s emergency plan, said he is concerned that such a request may exacerbate vaccine fairness issues. He told reporters that the WHO supports vaccine certificates as …

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Montana Governor Greg Gianforte tested positive for Covid Greg Gianforte (Greg Gianforte)

The governor of Montana, Greg Gianforte, has tested positive for the coronavirus. His office said that Republicans were vaccinated for the first time last week and will self-isolate for 10 days in accordance with public health guidelines and doctors’ recommendations. His wife Susan Gianforte (Susan Gianforte) also took the test and did not have any symptoms while waiting for the …

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Possibly legal “vaccine passport” came into being, becoming the next coronavirus gap-New York Times

The possibly legal “vaccine passport” came into being and became the next coronavirus split. The New York Times How will we live after the pandemic? | COVID-19 Special DW News Texas bans certain companies from requesting proof of Covid vaccine The COVID-19 vaccine adds a protective layer against the “double mutation” Indian variant NewsChannel 5 Indiana Coronavirus Update: 4/5/2021 Sunrise …

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Arctic walruses drifting to Ireland are now hitchhiking

Last month, a walrus accidentally arrived at the Irish beach from the Arctic Circle, probably when he was hitting a drifting iceberg. He climbed a passing ship and even fell asleep on a slide used for a lifeboat to continue his antics. Since marine mammals (called Wally) have become a tourist attraction to some extent, conservation organizations and local authorities …

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Covid-19 in Canada: Health officials say the variant may have replaced the original virus in many parts of Canada

Canadian Prime Minister Justin said: “This is not the news that any of us want, but the number of hospitalizations has skyrocketed, the number of beds in the intensive care unit is increasing, and there are so many types. Even those who convince themselves they don’t need to worry are getting sick.” Trudeau Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday, …

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Brazil’s daily death toll from COVID exceeds 4,000 for the first time

São Paulo (Associated Press)-Brazil reported on Tuesday that the number of COVID-19 deaths in 24 months exceeded 4,000 for the first time. Despite the collapse of overcrowded hospitals and medical systems in some parts of the country, many governors, mayors and judges are still reopening parts of the economy. The Brazilian Ministry of Health stated that 4195 people have died …

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Biden’s high-power test begins-“Wall Street Journal”

The U.S. Navy announced on Tuesday that the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier strike team entered the South China Sea to conduct “routine operations” in the face of a confrontation between the Chinese maritime militia and the Philippines. As Russia surged its troops near Ukraine, provocation by China occurred. The Biden administration may be conducting an early test of whether …

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