Greta Thunberg Mocks World Leaders For Inaction Against Climate Change That Threatens Future Generations
Youth activist Greta Thunberg mocked world leaders during a youth climate summit in Milan on Tuesday for their alleged inactions against climate change. She said that nations have failed to reduce emissions, risking a severe effects on future generations.
Is it Possible for a Mutant COVID-19 Strain To Evade Vaccine Antibodies Through Evolutionary Changes?
One of the questions about the current pandemic is whether a mutant COVID-19 strain to actualize evolutionary changes can evolve from variants today.
New York Vaccine Mandate Goes Into Effect, Forcing Healthcare Workers To Get Inoculated Amid Staffing Shortages
Healthcare workers scrambled to get vaccinated against the coronavirus prior to the full effect implementation of New York's vaccine mandate. The requirement threatened workers with the loss of their jobs if they did not get inoculated by the deadline.
Kids Could Get Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine by October But Their Dosage Will Be Different From Adults
Pfizer may finally roll out COVID-19 vaccines for kids aged 5 to 11 by October if they will get approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Archaeologists Discover Almost 10,000 Skeletons in Hidden Medieval Graveyard in the City of Hull with Mysterious Finds
Unearthed in the city of Hull are thousands of skeletons in a hidden graveyard found in the city of Hull, located by scientists. Finding these many intact skeletons gives a glimpse of the history of the city.
CDC Director Supports Allowing Children To Trick-or-Treat on Halloween With Certain Restrictions
The director for the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention, Rochelle Walensky, said she believed that young children should be allowed to go trick-or-treating this Halloween. However, the official said that the holiday should be conducted under certain limitations to ensure the safety of the people.
Australia Eases Lockdown on Vaccinated Residents in Sydney Amid Plans To Reopen Economy Before Year Ends
Australian authorities announced that the region would slowly reopen its economy and travel with plans to fully reopen before the year ends. The situation comes as the nation recorded much fewer number of coronavirus infections in the last month.
Low, Middle-Income Nations To Receive 1 Billion Doses of Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine, Pfizer CEO Says
According to Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, one billion doses of the vaccine will be distributed to low- and middle-income countries by the end of this year.
Footprints Found in New Mexico Proves Human Presence in the Americas that Pre-dates 13,000-Years Rewrites Known History
The evidence found of earlier human activity with footprints found in New Mexico was older than assumed and older than previous estimates. Researchers discovering more about the past is key to adding to the history of humankind in the stone age and how they spread to corners of the globe.
Salmonella Outbreak Stretches Across the US; CDC Continues To Investigate the Food Source
In less than a week, the number of infections from a recent salmonella outbreak with no known food source has more than doubled.
Researchers Find Highly Potent Monoclonal Antibodies that Resists Recent COVID-19 Strains, Thwarts Infections Better
Researchers found optional therapies where potent monoclonal antibodies have unusual strong properties which can resist coronavirus strains that dodge antibodies of vaccines. Finding other layers of possible protection from the virus will help in adding to the security of vaccines.
Joe Biden Vows To Provide Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Shots After CDC Signals Green Light to 60 Million Vulnerable Americans
President Joe Biden is ordering a group of 60 million Americans who had the Pfizer vaccine to get booster shots after the CDC gives the green light to do so.
Consortium of Scientists Develop Two-Step Process That Would Make Water, Oxygen Available on the Moon
A group of scientists is developing a two-step process that would make water and oxygen available for astronauts embarking on a mission on the moon.
Archaeologists Accidentally Found Charred Remains of Church in Jamestown that Proves Rebellion of Nathaniel Bacon in 1676
Researchers working at the Jamestown site in Virginia discovered remnants of a church burned to the ground in the Rebellion of Nathaniel Bacon in 1676. They have found proof that is connected to the first revolt against Britain in the American colonies.
COVID-19 Vaccine Apartheid: African Leaders Condemn Disparity in United Nations General Assembly
Several African leaders spoke on inequalities and called for greater international cooperation in COVID-19 vaccine accessibility at the United Nations General Assembly.