Covid live news: Denmark lifts all restrictions despite record cases; Liz Truss tests positive before planned Ukraine visit
Denmark scraps face masks, vaccine passes and limited opening hours; British foreign secretary had been sitting in packed parliamentary chamber shortly before test result
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- BTS member Jimin treated for appendicitis and Covid
- World better protected against Covid if rich nations donated 50% of vaccines to low-income countries
Pfizer Inc and Germany’s BioNTech SE are expected to submit an emergency use authorization request as early as Tuesday to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for vaccines for children aged six months to 5 years, the Washington Post reported (paywalled) on Monday.
Coronavirus vaccines for children younger than 5 could be available as soon as end-February under a plan that would lead to the potential authorisation of a two-shot regimen in the coming weeks, the Post reported, citing people briefed on the situation.
Charlotte says the Taliban have given her a safe haven when she is not welcome in her own country. This is obviously a good headline and good way to make a point. But it is an unhelpful representation of the situation. One commentary on Instagram, reposted by Charlotte , suggested her story represents the truly Muslim acts of the Taliban, which the Western media have not shown. This makes me angry.
If a person in power extends privileges to someone who doesn’t threaten their power, it doesn’t mean they are not oppressive or extremist or dangerous.
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