COVID-19 Vaccines: States To Receive Lesser Doses Due To Miscommunication
States were left floundering when they found out that they will be getting 20- to 40 percent lesser COVID-19 vaccines next week than what they were initially told last December 9. The problem was finally traced to the miscommunication of the wrong estimates.
First Over-The-Counter COVID-19 At-Home Diagnostic Test Gets FDA Approval
Americans and other residents in the United States will no longer have to go to medical facilities to get themselves tested for the coronavirus as the first over-the-counter COVID-19 at-home diagnostic test receives approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Tuesday, December 15.
Another Million MAGA March Draws Trump Supporters To Washington DC
Thousands of supporters of President Donald Trump came in droves to Washington DC on Saturday for another 'Million MAGA March,' which has been described as generally peaceful by the Police despite several arrests made.
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.
CDC Proposes To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine First To the Most Vulnerable
Officials of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are planning to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine first to those identified to be in the most vulnerable sector and those areas where there are many infections.
WW3 Fears Spark Anew With Australia Joining India, US, and Japan in Navy Drills
WW3 fears were sparked anew after Australia agreed to join a naval military drill with India, U.S. and Japan dubbed as the annual Malabar naval exercise.
Final Presidential Debate: Joe Biden Vows to Transition From Oil Industry to Renewable Energy
In the final presidential debate, Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden made a big statement about the oil industry.