90-Year-Old Woman in the UK First to Receive Pfizer Vaccine Shot Worldwide
Ninety-year-old woman Margaret Keenan was administered the first of the two injections of the Pfizer vaccine at University Hospital, Coventry, prior to her birthday next week. The United Kingdom on Tuesday became the first nation to start providing the COVID-19 vaccine created by Pfizer and BioNTech. Its mass vaccination program was commenced, which is expected to administer vaccines to 4 million people by the end of the month.
The Best Spotify Workout Songs to Bolster Your Energy and Inspire You to Workout
Whether you are lifting weights, going for a jog, or cueing up a HIIT workout on your workout app, there is one non-negotiable: a beat-pumping playlist. If you have ever gotten to a gym only to realize you forgot your headphones, you know how important music is in making exercising less of a chore.
Lawmakers to Extend Government Funding Bill amid Coronavirus Relief Talks
Congress will vote on a one-week extension of the government funding bill as they make a last-minute effort for the concession on coronavirus relief.
Trump's Lawyer Rudy Giuliani Tests Positive For COVID-19, According to Trump
Rudy Giuliani, who has been spearheading President Donald Trump's effort to counter the presidential election's results, has tested positive for COVID-19 and was hospitalized in Washington on Sunday.
TikTok Probes Into Pro-Anorexia and Eating Disorder Videos
TikTok initiated a probing and prohibited some search terms after discovering that harmful pro-anorexia content was still easily searchable. This was notwithstanding measures taken by the social media firm to ban weight-loss product advertisements.
North Korea, Russia, China, and Iran Attempt to Steal COVID-19 Vaccine IP, Ex-Cyber Security Chief Says
Since the quest for coronavirus vaccine has started earlier this year, former head of the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency shared on Sunday that adversaries have attempted to steal intellectual property related to the possible world-changing vaccine.
CDC Advises Universal Mask Usage Indoors When Not at Home
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is prompting "universal mask use" indoors for the first time in new guidance released as the United States breaks records for COVID-19 hospitalizations and fatalities prior to the upcoming holidays.
Moscow Disseminates Sputnik V COVID-19 Vaccine to Most Vulnerable Groups
Moscow commenced distributing the Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine through 70 clinics on Saturday to the most susceptible groups, marking Russia's first large-scale inoculation against the respiratory illness.
Study Says Divorce Process Can Impact Mental Health of Couple’s Negatively
Couples, according to a study, says the divorce process impacts their mental health in a negative way. It is one of the most crucial stages, like the split that makes them susceptible to adverse effects.
COVID-19 Vaccines Administration in the US Could Start as Early Friday
The United States could start administering COVID-19 vaccines among its prioritized citizens by Friday amid fast-rising numbers of new infections across the country.
New York: Who Will Be Administered the COVID-19 Vaccine First?
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo conducted a COVID-19 briefing on Thursday to update New York citizens on the state's COVID-19 response efforts underway.
Australia Targets to Complete Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine Review by January 2021
Australia's pharmaceutical regulator stated on Thursday that it is on track to review Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine candidate by January next year. The nation is following a March timetable to commence inoculations.
Possible Side Effects of COVID-19 Vaccines: What You Need to Know
Side effects should be considered now that we know vaccines are on the horizon in the United States, and dissemination could begin by mid-December. Pfizer and Moderna have already filed for emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for their vaccine candidates as the global race for a vaccine are ongoing.
Japan Residents to Be Administered Free COVID-19 Vaccine
Japan would provide free COVID-19 vaccines to all of its citizens under the passing of a bill on December 2 as the nation tackles record numbers of daily cases. According to the bill, the government will cover all vaccine costs for the country's 126 million residents and was approved by the parliament's upper house, having cleared the powerful lower house.
Scientist Moncef Slaoui Wants a Safe and Effective COVID-19 Vaccine To Immunize 100 Million Americans in 2021
After months of waiting, getting a COVID-19 vaccine is now possible. Scientist and Operation Warp Speed adviser Moncef Slaoui aims to get 100 million Americans vaccinated by next year.