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Covid live news: Australia records 9,605 new cases; Sydney hospital sends 400 false negative test results

Rapid spread causes highest ever numbers in France, Australia, Italy and Ireland; we’ll all get Omicron, says New South Wales minister; Boris Johnson warned not to impose new year curbsUK under-30s drive surge in people getting first jabUS airlines cancel more flightsLife is a cabaret – until Covid brings the curtain downSee how Covid has spread around the worldSee all our coronavirus coverageChina has reported 206 new Covid cases on Christmas Day, a significant jump from 140 a day earlier, its ...
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A North Carolina police chief was put on unpaid leave after allegedly telling officers where they can get a COVID-19 vaccine card without the shot

A Covid-19 vaccine card.Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald A North Carolina police chief told cops where they can get fake COVID-19 vaccine cards, a town official alleged. Oakboro Town Administrator Doug Burgess put police chief TJ Smith on a two-week unpaid leave. Smith apologized in a statement to local outlet WBTV. A North Carolina police chief was placed on unpaid leave after he reportedly told officers about a "self-vaccination" clinic where they could get COVID-19 vaccine cards e...
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Covid live news: France and Italy see record daily cases; Australia’s Omicron outbreak spreads

Rapid spread causes highest ever numbers in France, Australia, Italy and Ireland; we’ll all get Omicron, says New South Wales minister; Boris Johnson warned not to impose new year curbsUK under-30s drive surge in people getting first jabUS airlines cancel more flightsLife is a cabaret – until Covid brings the curtain downSee how Covid has spread around the worldSee all our coronavirus coverageSerbian media is reporting star tennis player Novak Djokovic won’t play in the ATP Cup due to take place...
Tags: Science, Australia, France, UK News, Australia news, US news, Ireland, Infectious Diseases, Italy, New South Wales, Sydney, Novak Djokovic, Boris Johnson, Djokovic, Coronavirus, COVID


Under-30s drive surge in people getting their first Covid jab

Figures show an 85% increase in first doses for those aged 18 to 24 and 71% for those aged 25 to 30The under-30s are driving a surge in people getting their first jab of the Covid-19 vaccine, with the overall number of people rising by almost half in the week up to 21 December, figures show.The sudden uptick is fuelled by fears of the Omicron variant, as well as the government’s “Get boosted now” publicity drive, which has seen millions of people come forward for their third Covid shot in the pa...
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Inside the mind of a trauma victim

Throughout the day, we encounter a host of annoying jerks. That's just the reality of navigating life. There are rude people everywhere. However, rarely do we ever question why someone was rude to us. While not every unfavorable interaction is some form of repressed trauma acting as a puppet master for the guy who jumped the line at Starbucks, it's important to remember that everyone has their own internal battle. — Read the rest
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NASA launches its long-awaited $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope, kicking off a cosmic revolution

An Ariane 5 rocket, carrying the James Webb Space Telescope, lifts off from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana on December 25, 2021.NASA TV NASA launched the James Webb Space Telescope on Saturday, after years of delays and budget hikes. Webb is 100 times more powerful than the Hubble Space Telescope and expected to revolutionize astronomy. The telescope must first unfold itself in space, travel 1 million miles, and calibrate its instruments. NASA sent $10 billion worth of delicate hardw...
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Nasa launches $10bn James Webb space telescope

Successor to the Hubble telescope takes off on board rocket from ESA’s launch base in French GuianaThe world’s largest and most powerful infrared telescope has been launched into space on a mission to examine the first stars and galaxies and scour the universe for signs of life.Scientists from Nasa, who worked with colleagues from the European and Canadian space agencies, believe the roughly $10bn James Webb space telescope – a successor to Hubble – will be the foremost space-science observatory...
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