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Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine trial has entered 12-year-old children

Dr. Robert Frank, who is in charge of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine trial, said a team at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital vaccinated 100 12-year-old children last week. Frank told CNN: “Now we are suspending observation of the response to the vaccine. Now, we are in a planned suspension to ensure that everything is as safe as possible.” The side effects that doctors …

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Coronavirus outbreak, China’s Kashgar is blocked

China’s approach is in stark contrast to that of the United States, where White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said on Sunday that the Trump administration will not “control the epidemic”. On the other hand, Beijing is investing a lot of resources to control the spread of the virus, including millions of tests to deal with even a small …

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Russia blames airstrikes on training camp in northwest Syria | Syria

A spokesperson and a war monitor said that an air strike in a rebel training camp in northwestern Syria killed more than 50 Turkish-backed fighter jets and wounded almost as many people. This is right One of the hardest blows by the most powerful opposition group. The opposition vowed to retaliate against the attack on Faylaq al-Sham on Monday and …

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After Macron supported the Muhammad cartoon, the voices of boycotting French products are getting louder

Macron made the above speech last week to praise the murdered high school teacher Samuel Paty (Samuel Paty), who was beheaded in a terrorist attack on the northern suburbs of Paris earlier this month. Paty was killed after showing a cartoon of the Prophet in a class on freedom of expression. Macron said that France will not “abandon” these caricatures …

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Dr. Ashish Jha handles rising COVID-19 cases in the U.S. today-CBS

Dr. Ashish Jha handled the rise in COVID-19 cases at CBS this morning Coronavirus real-time update: The U.S. hit a new daily average of 68,767 new cases, and some cities have imposed restrictions on CNBC Coronavirus real-time update: new cases continue to climb “Wall Street Journal” With the increase in cases, the number of deaths from the coronavirus in the …

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El Paso imposes a curfew due to virus cases overwhelming hospitals

El Paso, Texas (AP)-Residents in the border city of El Paso in Texas were urged to stay at home for two weeks due to the surge in coronavirus cases overwhelming hospitals, prompting the state to turn the city into a civic center Part of it is dedicated to temporary care. Disease Center. El Paso County Judge Ricardo Samaniego issued a …

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Trump appoints resignation and cancels job protection orders for many civil servants

“I simply cannot be part of the government that I seek… Replace political expertise with political support. Professional federal employees are legally and obligated non-partisan; they swear to uphold and protect our Constitution and the rule of law… They are not loyal to them. A certain president or government,” he wrote. Sanders has worked in the federal personnel department for …

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Air strikes in northwestern Syria killed more than 50 rebel fighters

A spokesperson and a war monitor said that an airstrike in a rebel training camp in northwestern Syria on Monday killed more than 50 Turkish-backed fighters and injured almost as many. This is right. One of the hardest blows by the most powerful opposition group. . The opposition vowed to retaliate for the attack on Faylaq al-Sham and accused Russia …

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Erdogan asks Turks to boycott French goods, intensifying disputes

Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg President Recep Tayyip Erdogan urged Turks to boycott French goods because he said the country’s leaders were hostile to Muslims and threatened to deepen the differences between the two NATO members. These comments deepened his criticism of President Emmanuel Macron (Emmanuel Macron), which Turkey accused of showing intolerance towards Islam. Last weekend, France called …

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French doctor warned his country “out of control” virus

Paris (Associated Press)-A French doctor warned on Monday that the country “lost control of the epidemic” and a day later, health authorities reported more than 52,000 new coronavirus cases as European countries enacted More comprehensive restrictions to slow the rising infection rate. Spain is the first European country with more than 1 million confirmed COVID-19 cases-declared a state of emergency …

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