Vaccine-hesitant, vaccine refusers and anti-vaxxers: There’s a spectrum, and the differences matter

Each day millions of people are getting their COVID-19 vaccines. More than 40 percent of Americans have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and more than 25 percent of the population is fully vaccinated. Despite this progress, public officials are concerned that the country is on the precipice of a new challenge — one in which supply of the vaccine will outweigh … Continue reading Vaccine-hesitant, vaccine refusers and anti-vaxxers: There’s a spectrum, and the differences matter

COVID-19: Bill Gates hopeful world ‘completely back to normal’ by end of 2022 – and vaccine sharing to ramp up

The philanthropist and entrepreneur also criticises the UK government for cutting the foreign aid budget from 0.7% to 0.5%. Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has told Sky News he remains hopeful the world will be “completely back to normal” by the end of 2022, as excess COVID-19 vaccines become available. Speaking to the Sophy Ridge On Sunday programme, the Microsoft founder pointed to the high rollout … Continue reading COVID-19: Bill Gates hopeful world ‘completely back to normal’ by end of 2022 – and vaccine sharing to ramp up

Bill Gates: The world has not prepared for the coronavirus pandemic, not even close to what is needed

Billionaire Bill Gates estimates that “the world has not prepared for a coronary heart disease pandemic, not even close to what is needed”, but that coronary vaccine will help people get back to normal. -When the pandemic hit us, we realized that it was a global problem and that we had to organize resources globally. Many have helped, especially the United Kingdom, France, and the … Continue reading Bill Gates: The world has not prepared for the coronavirus pandemic, not even close to what is needed

COLLAPSE IN INDIA: There is no oxygen in hospitals, the sick die at their doors

India’s healthcare system is crashing. Hospitals are overcrowded, there is no oxygen and beds for the sick. Crematoriums, on the other hand, organize mass funeral ceremonies. In the last two days in India, world records have been set in the daily number of new infections. Yesterday there were 332,503 new cases, and today 332,730. The death toll is rising. In mid-February, 100 people died from … Continue reading COLLAPSE IN INDIA: There is no oxygen in hospitals, the sick die at their doors

The cosmonauts flew to the ISS on a SpaceX spacecraft

The Crew Dragon Endeavor capsule and the Falcon 9 rocket were launched today from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida to the International Space Station (ISS), where the four astronauts will spend six months. The manned capsule rocket was built by Elon Musk’s private company SpaceX. The Dragon capsule is equipped with 16 dragon-thrusters for maneuvering in orbit, and also has several parachutes for landing. … Continue reading The cosmonauts flew to the ISS on a SpaceX spacecraft

Some 1.5 BILLION Apple users may be at risk of AirDrop flaw

Apple’s AirDrop makes it easy to share pictures, videos and presentation between its devices, but a new report suggests users may be sharing much more with digital thieves. A team from Technische Universitat Darmstadt in Germany found hackers can obtain phone numbers and emails of any nearby AirDrop users through the ‘Contacts Only’ option. The option uses a ‘mutual authentication mechanism’ to confirm the sender … Continue reading Some 1.5 BILLION Apple users may be at risk of AirDrop flaw

Consumer Reports tricks Tesla to drive with no one at wheel

Consumer Reports said Thursday it was able to easily trick a Tesla into driving in the car’s Autopilot mode with no one at the wheel. Its test came just days after a Tesla crashed in Texas, killing the two men in the car. Authorities say neither of the men were in the driver’s seat at the time of the crash. Tesla’s Autopilot partially automated system … Continue reading Consumer Reports tricks Tesla to drive with no one at wheel

European Union will not buy additional 100 million doses of Astra Zeneka

The European Commission will not purchase 100 million additional vaccines against Covid-19 at Astra Zeneka, as previously agreed. An EC spokesman told a news conference that the deadline for implementing this option had already expired and the EU had no plans to implement it. The commission ordered 300 million doses of the Astra Zeneka vaccine under a contract worth 400 million doses, of which the … Continue reading European Union will not buy additional 100 million doses of Astra Zeneka

An Indonesian submarine with a 53-member crew has disappeared without a trace

Six Indian warships are searching for the Indonesian submarine with 53 crew members, which disappeared yesterday in the waters not far from Bali, reports “BBC”. In addition to the ships, a helicopter is involved in the search. In total, about 400 people are involved in the search. Singapore and Malaysia have so far been involved in the search, with the United States, Australia, Germany and … Continue reading An Indonesian submarine with a 53-member crew has disappeared without a trace

More than 1,700 Navalny supporters arrested

Police arrested more than 1,700 people yesterday held protests Russia in support of government critics Alexei Navalny, who is in prison. Supporters are worried about Navalny, who is on a hunger strike, and say his health is deteriorating. His spokesman was sentenced to 10 days in prison, and another close associate of Navalny was detained on the same day that Russian President Vladimir Putin warned … Continue reading More than 1,700 Navalny supporters arrested