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Coronavirus live news: Mexico president tests positive for Covid; Biden to reinstate travel ban...
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Benjamin Netanyahu says ‘we are hermetically sealing the country’; US ban hits UK, Ireland, South Africa, Brazil and 26 European countries; Mexico president tests positive for coronavirusFauci says he was the ‘skunk at the picnic’ in Trump’s Covid teamJohnson being urged to impose blanket Covid border controlsVaccine experts call for clarity on UK’s 12-week Covid jab interval‘A complete massacre, a horror film’: inside Brazil’s Covid disasterSee all our coronavirus coverage 1.51am GMT Police in Amsterdam used water cannon to disperse protesters demonstrating against Covid-19 restrictions while in the southern city of Eindhoven cars were burnt and shops smashed in riots against the country’s lock-down measures. Riot police on horseback attempted to clear the demonstrators in both cities where hundreds of people were arrested. A nighttime curfew went into effect on Saturday in a bid to rein in the coronavirus. 1.20am GMT In Australia, the Pfizer vaccine has met strict standards for safety, quality and efficacy, a statement from the prime minister’s office said on Monday, and the vaccine has been approved for rollout in Australia for people age 16 years and older.The first vaccinations are expected to be in late February and the first 1.4m doses will go to a priority group that includes quarantine and border workers, frontline health workers in high-risk settings, and aged care and disability staff and residents. This will be administered at hospitals, with the government aiming for 80,000 doses a week. Related: Pfizer Covid vaccine approved for Australia rollout but PM warns jabs not 'a silver bullet' Continue reading.........
Did Fox News’ Pete Hegseth Say ‘Germs Are Not A Real Thing’?...
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The assertion was made after the host said he hadn't washed his hands in 10 years.......
Fox News thinks Biden broke his own face mask rule, but they’re wrong...
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Biden's inauguration was quickly followed by a series of executive orders signed by the new president. The executive orders covered everything from racial equity to the coronavirus pandemic. President Biden signed an executive order requiring face masks to be worn on federal property, then quickly attracted criticism for being seen without one during remarks he made at the Lincoln Memorial. Biden's inauguration week was characterized by a flurry of executive orders, as the nation's new chief executive gets settled into the White House and begins working to get a handle on all aspects of the sprawling federal government. Those orders have touched on everything from stimulus checks to immigration, climate change, and, the coronavirus pandemic. President Biden, in fact, wasted no time in signing an executive order mandating that face masks be worn in certain places, including federal buildings and property, on his first day on the job. And then he promptly appeared to flout his own order a few hours later. Wednesday night, a panoply of A-list celebrities and musicians feted the new president with a televised series of concert performances and virtual festivities from around the country, in lieu of the inaugural balls and parties which couldn't be held this year because of COVID-19. At one point during the Wednesday night "Celebrating America" event that was emceed by Tom Hanks, Biden was shown delivering some remarks to the nation from the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC. And he wasn't wearing a face mask, conservative critics and right-wing news sites howled, in spite of the executive order he'd signed earlier in the day. Fox News, for example, ran a story headlined: "Biden spotted maskless on federal property hours after signing mandate." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMySmpPPSV8 Of course, this all starts to make sense, especially when you couple this criticism with the fact that one Republican congresswoman actually filed legislation to impeach President Biden on his first day in office. In other words, there is a degree of Republican opposition to Biden that is constant and won't diminish for the duration of his first term -- never mind the facts. Biden's face mask order is a good example of this. So much of the political discourse today is built on appearances. Grasping at something which on the surface seems to confirm a political narrative. Here's what President Biden tweeted Wednesday night about his face mask order: "Wearing masks isn't a partisan issue – it's a patriotic act that can save countless lives. That's why I signed an executive order today issuing a mask mandate on federal property. It's time to mask up, America." What does President Biden's face mask order actually say? Here's a link to it on the White House website. Look at "Section 1. Policy," which explains that the purpose of the order is to try and curb the spread of COVID-19 "by relying on the best available data and science-based public health measures." Such measures, the order continues, include "wearing masks when around others." Did you see anyone standing within 6 feet of the president as he delivered those remarks at the Lincoln Memorial? No, you did not. But since this news suggests some people need a reminder, we'll go ahead and helpfully offer this piece of COVID advice -- if you're alone, you cannot contract COVID-19 from yourself.......
‘News Of The World’s Paul Greengrass & Helena Zengel On The Healing Power Of Truthful Storytelling – Contenders Film...
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Though it tells a story set 150 years in the past, the Paul Greengrass-directed News of the World re-teams the filmmaker with his Captain Phillips star Tom Hanks in an Old West tale from Universal Pictures about a country trying to heal. Hanks plays Capt. Jefferson Kyle Kidd, a beaten-down Confederate soldier who spends his […]......
Pfizer: la settimana prossima la fornitura torna a regime - Rai News...
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Pfizer: la settimana prossima la fornitura torna a regime Rai NewsVaccini, il prof. Andreoni: "Situazione preoccupante, no a ritardare la seconda dose" La7 AttualitàIn ritardo anche le dosi di Moderna, slitta il V-Day per gli ultra-ottantenni La StampaVaccini, Pfizer: "Settimana prossima la fornitura torna a regime" TGCOMToscana, il presidente del Consiglio regionale: "Proporrò un'azione legale contro Pfizer" La Repubblica Firenze.itVisualizza la copertura completa su Google News......
Asia’s movie rebound is good news for everyone...
The Japan Times
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In the absence of Hollywood fare, "The Eight Hundred,” a Chinese war epic, became the world’s top-grossing movie with a $460 million take.......
Manchester United vs Liverpool confirmed line-ups: Team news ahead of FA Cup fixture today...
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The Red Devils host the Reds at Old Trafford with both teams eager to secure a place in the fifth round......
Maria Bartiromo to Guest Host This Week’s ‘Fox News Primetime’ (Exclusive)...
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Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo will guest host the network’s new 7 p.m. show, “Fox News Primetime,” this week beginning on Monday, a network spokesperson confirmed to TheWrap. After a schedule reshuffling that moved previous 7 p.m. host Martha MacCallum to 3 p.m. and turned the hour from news to opinion, Brian Kilmeade took over last week. Bartiromo is slated to make the announcement on her Sunday show, “Sunday Morning Futures.” Beyond that, she hosts a morning show on Fox Business Network every weekday called “Mornings With Maria.” On Friday evenings, she hosts another Fox Business show, “Maria Bartiromo’s Wall Street.” Overall, she hosts 17 hours or more of television programming per week, though Dagen McDowell will host her “Mornings With Maria” show for the first few days she’s in primetime. Also Read: CNN Says Tucker Carlson 'Lied' About Network's COVID-19 Tracker After Bartiromo, other guest hosts lined up for the 7 p.m. hour include Trey Gowdy, Katie Pavlich, Rachel Campos-Duffy, Mark Steyn and Lawrence Jones. Bartiromo, who told the Los Angeles Times in December that she considered herself to be a news anchor, has recently faced ire for sharing on her shows unsubstantiated and false claims about widespread voter fraud. Most recently, Bartiromo — along with other Fox News personalities Lou Dobbs and Jeanine Pirro — had to issue an on-air fact-check to dispute false claims about voting software company Smartmatic that had been presented as fact or largely unchallenged on her show. The move was, apparently, in response to a letter that Smartmatic sent to Fox News, Newsmax and One America News, in which the company threatened to sue the networks over on-air claims that Smartmatic was linked to the voter fraud that Trump has baselessly said took place during the election. Related stories from TheWrap:Fox Business' Maria Bartiromo 'Punked' on Air by Animal Activist Posing as Pork Producer CEO (Video)Joy Behar Jokes 'Body Snatchers Have Gotten to Maria Bartiromo' After Trump Interview (Video)Maria Bartiromo Slammed for 'Delusional' Trump Interview: 'Not Much Daylight Between Maria and Alex Jones'......
Coronavirus latest news: Schools could remain closed until Easter, suggests Matt Hancock...
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