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YouTube Deletes Bolsonaro Videos as Covid Misinformation

YouTube removed videos from President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil on Wednesday for spreading misinformation about Covid-19, becoming the latest internet platform to act against...

Large Protests Against Health Passes Hit France for a 2d We

Over 160,000 demonstrators took to the streets in France on Saturday to protest the government’s Covid-19 health pass policy, with brief clashes between protesters...

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PARC fires 69 ‘illegally hired’ employees

ISLAMABAD: The administration of the Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) has decided to lay off 269 employees, appointed over a decade ago in alleged violation...

Judiciary wants say in NAB chief’s appointment

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) has noted that the top court had never “receded” from its suggestion of consultation with the chief justice in...

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The Most Influential Spreader of Coronavirus Misinformation Online

Over the last decade, Dr. Mercola has built a vast operation to push natural health cures, disseminate anti-vaccination content and profit from all of...

They Waited, They Worried, They Stalled. This Week, They Got the Shot.

CHICAGO — They acknowledged that they could have showed up months ago. Many were satisfied that they were finally doing the right thing. A...

For Older Adults, Home Care Has Become Harder to Find

Its franchise operators employ about 7,000 home care aides, most over age 55. “We’re looking to add another 1,000 to 1,500 caregivers through this...

Biden Officials Now Expect Vulnerable Americans to Need Booster Shots

WASHINGTON — Biden administration health officials increasingly think that vulnerable populations will need booster shots even as research continues into how long the coronavirus...

C.D.C. Warns of Superbug Fungus Outbreaks in 2 Cities

While C. auris has long been notoriously hard to treat, researchers for the first time identified five patients in Texas and Washington, D.C., whose...
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