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During the events at the Capitol, a woman was fatally wounded
The footage from the scene showed a protester trying to get into the speaker's lobby through broken doors. One loud bang was heard, the woman fell to the floor. The police said that the fatal shot was fired by a law enforcement officer.
According to the American business magazine Forbes, Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk is no longer the richest man in the world.
As of 1:00 on January 16, Elon Musk's fortune is estimated at $ 179.2 billion. As early as January 10, Musk occupied the first line in this rating with a fortune of 189.7 billion. Thus, within a week, he lost more than $ 10 billion.
The first place is now occupied by the head of Amazon Jeff Bezos. Since January 10, his fortune has decreased from 185.7 to 18.5 billion, which did not prevent him from getting ahead of Musk.
Bernard Arnault, the owner of the controlling stake in LVMH, and Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, remain in third and fourth places.
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Professional basketball player Roman Perez movie will be releasing this year 2021.
12 year pro hooper Roman Perez has a story to share. His roots, coming from the Dominican Republic and raised in Brooklyn, NY allowed him to experience the true definition of following ones dreams.
This story is not all about winning, it's about never giving up and fighting for what you believe in. Showing the viewers that anything can be made possible with faith and hard work.
I am Victorious the Roman Perez journey will be releasing November 23, 2021 online. For more information, follow the film's Instagram at www.instagram.com/iamvictoriousfilm
Facebook and Instagram regain access to Trump accounts
On January 16, previously blocked posts began to appear again on both Facebook and Instagram.
However, it is currently unknown if Trump can post as he has not posted anything yet.
As you know, after the storming of the Capitol building last week, many platforms and social networks blocked Donald Trump's accounts. Somewhere, like on Twitter, the ban was at first short-term, then permanent. Facebook initially announced that it would deprive the president of the ability to post for 24 hours, but later blocked it.
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South Africa: Will Vaccines Eradicate SARS-CoV-2? - AllAfrica - Top Africa News
In the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, many doctors, researchers, journalists and public health officials spent considerable energy describing how the SARS-CoV-2 virus was not "just another flu" but something far more deadly and debilitating.
In the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, many doctors, researchers, journalists and public health officials spent considerable energy describing how the SARS-CoV-2 virus was not "just another flu" but something far more deadly and debilitating. Now, with at least three effective vaccines being rolled-out overseas and local vaccination programmes an ever-closer prospect, scientists are turning their attention to the long-term prospects of Covid-19. In a 5 January commentary published in Nature Reviews Immunology, Marc Veldhoen of the University of Lisbon and J. Pedro Simas of the Catholic University of Portugal draw on recent data that shows that antibodies in people who have been infected by SARS-CoV-2, as well as those who have been vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2, persist for over six months. After that people become increasingly vulnerable to reinfection. Veldhoen and Simas argue that the behaviour of the virus and the body's immune response is closely aligned to other coronaviruses. There are already four coronaviruses circulating through the human population that cause common colds, mild upper respiratory tract infections that are seldom fatal. At any time, 60-70% of the population have antibodies that fight these viruses - what Veldhoen and Simas call a spectrum of immunity. Over time, smaller groups of people are intermittently reinfected (this is what characterises virus as endemic). The high rates of immunity mean that the group as a whole is protected, and the risk of severe infection in vulnerable people is much lower. With there being a time limit on the protection afforded by infection or vaccination, Veldhoen and Simas argue that global vaccination programmes will not succeed in totally eradicating Covid-19. Sign up for free AllAfrica Newsletters Get the latest in African news delivered straight to your inbox Success! Almost finished... We need to confirm your email address. To complete the process, please follow the instructions in the email we just sent you. Error! There was a problem processing your submission. Please try again later. But there is good news. They predict that vaccination programmes will not need to continue in perpetuity, as long as a high percentage of people who possess antibodies to the virus is maintained. This will limit the spread of future outbreaks. In short, Veldhoen and Simas predict that SARS-CoV-2 is likely to become a "fifth endemic common cold [corona]virus". Veldhoen and Simas argue that the emergence of Covid-19 variants will not have a significant effect on population immunity as "new variants will unlikely differ sufficiently to escape established immunity." Nature journals are the most reputable in the scientific community but Veldhoen and Simas's commentary must be treated cautiously as predicting the future is hard. Nevertheless, the bottom line is this: Vaccinations are important. We will probably not eradicate SARS-CoV-2 but the death rate from the disease will come right down to similar low levels associated with the common cold. GroundUp is being sued after we exposed dodgy Lottery deals involving millions of rands. Please help fund our defence. You can support us via Givengain, Snapscan, EFT, PayPal or PayFast. Read the original article on GroundUp.
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Koronavírus: Slovensko čaká masívne plošné testovanie, predĺžili aj zákaz vychádzania - Aktuality.sk
Celoslovenské plošné testovanie začne od zajtra a potrvá do 26. januára. Povinnosť mať certifikát o negatívnom teste na Covid-19 začne platiť od 27
Slovensko aká druhé celoploné testovanie a k nemu aj lockdown. Bude ale iné, aké Slováci zaili poas jesene. Nazývame to ako masívny skríning, potvrdil premiér Igor Matovi po rokovaní vlády. Názov tohto projektu je: Zachráme spolu ivoty. - Slováci si majú od 18. januára do 26. januára spravi test na ochorenie Covid-19. - Testova sa môu v mobilných odberných miestach, u zamestnávatea alebo ís na PCR test. - Od 27. januára bude pre cestu do práce povinný certifikát o negatívnom teste. Platnos certifikátu je 7 dní a poíta sa od 27. januára. - Na test nemusia ís osoby do 15 rokov a seniori nad 65 rokov. - Od 29. januára sa má Slovensko rozdeli poda Covid automatu na lepie a horie okresy. - Zákaz vychádzania platí do 7. februára.