NFL Agrees to End Race-Based Adjustments in Dementia Testing; Black Players Now Qualified for Monetary Awards in Settlement of Concussion Claims
NFL has agreed to finally put an end to race-norming among retired Black players.
Vladimir Putin Orders Paid Shutdown For Workers Starting October 30 as Russia Tackles Rising COVID-19 Cases, Deaths
Vladimir Putin has ordered a one-week paid shutdown for Russian employees as Russia experiences mounting COVID-19 cases and deaths.
Europe Records Surge of COVID-19 Cases After WHO Warns Pandemic Could Last Until 2022
The World Health Organization noted that Europe has observed a rise in the number of coronavirus cases for the third week in a row. The situation comes as the supply of vaccines dwindles among poorer countries with officials urging wealthy countries to cut down on their use of vaccines.
Allegations of Mass Homicide, Genocide Against Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Dropped Due to Lack of Consensus
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will no longer be accused of mass homicide and genocide due to his mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Radio Host Caught COVID On Purpose To Achieve Natural Immunity as More Senior Americans Get Booster Shots
A conservative radio host, Dennis Prager, recently announced that he has tested positive for the coronavirus infection after months of purposely trying to contract the disease. The senior's actions comes as many elderly Americans are getting booster shots to fight off the deadly illness.
Scientists Study Genetically COVID-19 Resistant Individuals Who May Hold the Key to Better Therapies
Despite the ravages of the virus on most persons, a few genetically resistant to the coronavirus are there, but only a rare few with this particular set of characteristics. The advantage for such people is they will be able to shrug off infection better than ordinary people.
Washington State University Fired Their Highest-Paid Football Coach After He Refused To Get the COVID-19 Vaccine
Nick Rolovich, the highest-paid football coach at the Washington State University was fired on Monday after he refused to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Long COVID Afflicts More Than Half of Those Diagnosed With Pathogen According to New Study
One study alleges that long covid will be suffered by half or more survivors from data based on a new investigation. Long COVID is when the symptoms are still present even though one has recovered, no one knows why it happens.
Anthony Fauci Says J&J Should Have Been Double Dose From the Start, Defends Biden Administration's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate
Dr. Anthony Fauci said he believes J&J should give a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine since experts are urging to obtain a booster shot for the one-shot jab.
Bill Clinton Rushed to Los Angeles Hospital After Suffering Infection; Spokesperson Says Ex-POTUS is in Good Spirits
Bill Clinton was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital on Thursday due to a blood infection.
Moderna, Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Work Better To Americans Vaccinated With J&J, US Study Claims
Those who got J&J's COVID-19 vaccine may benefit from a booster dose of Pfizer or Moderna, early findings from a US study revealed.
Russia, WHO Differ on When Sputnik V Will Receive Approval; COVID-19 Vaccine Demonstrates 70% Efficacy Against Delta Variant
Russia is prepared to provide up to 300 million doses of its Sputnik V vaccine even if the World Health Organization has not yet approved the vaccine.
WHO Chief Criticizes Use of Vaccine Boosters in More Regions, Saying It's 'Immoral', 'Unfair'
The director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus criticized the continued administration of coronavirus booster shots as "immoral" and "unfair." The official had previously called to stop the use of a third vaccine injection amid the lack of supply in some countries.
Gov. Greg Abbott Issues Executive Order That Prohibits Businesses in Texas From Requiring Employees, Consumers To Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued another executive order preventing the COVID-19 vaccine mandate from being imposed in the state.
British Government Criticized For Failing To Act Quickly Amid A Rapid Rise of COVID-19 Cases
The British government's response to COVID-19 was criticized in a 150-page report released on Tuesday.