Day: January 17, 2022

Credit Suisse chairman resigns after breaking COVID-19 protocols

Credit Suisse chairman resigns after breaking COVID-19 protocols

Credit Suisse Chairman António Horta-Osório has resigned following claims that he violated COVID-19 protocols on multiple occasions, including by attending
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Pfizer CEO sees a return to ‘normal life’ in the spring

Pfizer CEO sees a return to ‘normal life’ in the spring

Albert Bourla, the CEO of Pfizer, said in an interview published late Sunday that he believes there will be a “return to
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COVID-19 vaccination required for racing in France

COVID-19 vaccination required for racing in France

Athletes set to race in France in 2022 will need to provide proof of vaccination. A law enacted Monday by
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Arkansas inmates who were given ivermectin to treat COVID file federal lawsuit against jail

Arkansas inmates who were given ivermectin to treat COVID file federal lawsuit against jail

A group of men detained at Washington County Detention Center in Arkansas say that the jail’s medical staff gave them
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Genetic risk factor found for Covid-19 smell and taste loss, researchers say

Genetic risk factor found for Covid-19 smell and taste loss, researchers say

Scientists are piecing together why some people lose their sense of smell after contracting Covid-19. A study published Monday in
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River Oaks doctor suspended from Houston Methodist over views on COVID-19 vaccines

River Oaks doctor suspended from Houston Methodist over views on COVID-19 vaccines

A Houston Methodist doctor who was thrust into the spotlight in November after her privileges were suspended because of her views on
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Israel Cuts COVID Isolation Time to Five Days

Israel Cuts COVID Isolation Time to Five Days

Israel will reduce the isolation period for people diagnosed with COVID-19 from seven days to five, after Prime Minister Naftali
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Joint Chiefs Chairman Mark Milley tests positive for Covid

Joint Chiefs Chairman Mark Milley tests positive for Covid

Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, tested positive for Covid on Sunday, a spokesman said
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COVID-19’s latest casualty: 24-hour grocery stores

COVID-19’s latest casualty: 24-hour grocery stores

Grocery stores across the country are opening later, closing earlier, and eliminating 24-hour operations as they struggle with staff shortages
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