by January 3, 2022
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The creator of the scannable Covid microchip, which is placed beneath the skin, responded to concerns by stating that there is no way to halt the roll-out of the technology. Microchips are becoming more popular in Sweden, and now Swedes are having Covid vaccination passports implanted in their hands or elsewhere beneath their skin to protect them against disease. "Obtain your Covid certificate in the form of a chip in your hand or anywhere else under the skin. Incorporating a chip into the bo...
by January 1, 2022
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Mr. Eric Adams, the incoming mayor of New York City, promised on Saturday to navigate the nation's biggest city out of the pandemic by relying on the fortitude of its residents and offering a government that works better, even if it is not fundamentally different from the one he has known. As the city celebrated the new year, Adams used his inaugural address to promise greater efficiency, to invoke the city's reputation for toughness, and to implore the nearly 9 million residents of the city to...
by January 1, 2022
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According to recent research, the omicron form of the coronavirus may be less harmful than the delta variant because it affects the lungs in distinct ways. Dr. Anthony Fauci, White House's top medical advisor, informed reporters at a recent COVID-19 response team briefing that, although the variation of concern multiplies faster than usual in the bronchus, there is "less efficient replication" in the lung, according to research from Hong Kong. "Researchers at the University of Tokyo discovered...
by December 24, 2021
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CNN reporter Jeff Zeleny says President Joe Biden appeared "confused" during parts of a televised interview. Zeleny made his comments on Wednesday after Biden, 79, appeared to mix up COVID-19 home testing kits with antiviral pills during an interview with ABC News. Biden told ABC News anchor David Muir: "I’ve ordered half a billion of the pills — 500 million pills." He paused for a second and then corrected himself, saying: "Excuse me … 500 million test kits." Moments later he made the same ...
by December 21, 2021
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Fighting the omicron variant surging through the country, President Joe Biden announced Tuesday the government would provide 500 million free rapid tests, increase support for hospitals under strain and redouble vaccination and boosting efforts. At the White House on Tuesday, Biden detailed major changes to his COVID-19 winter plan, his hand forced by the arrival of the fast-spreading variant, whose properties are not yet fully understood by scientists. Yet his message was clear the winter holi...
by December 19, 2021
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President Joe Biden has done a “horrible job” against COVID-19 — and one reason people are refusing to take the vaccine is because they don’t trust him, former President Donald Trump says in a new interview. In remarks to Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures”  aired Sunday, Trump derided Biden’s promise to better handle the pandemic. “Biden was going to do a wonderful job on COVID, right? … He's done a horrible job,” Trump said. “Look at what's gone on. Today we set a record on cases, a record,” ...
by December 19, 2021
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Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin said Sunday he cannot back his party’s signature $2 trillion social and environment bill, seemingly dealing a fatal blow to President Joe Biden’s leading domestic initiative heading into an election year when Democrats’ narrow hold on Congress was already in peril. Manchin told “Fox News Sunday” that he always has made clear he had reservations about the bill and that now, after five-and-half months of discussions and negotiations, “I cannot vote to continue with thi...
by December 19, 2021
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People in Sweden have started getting implanted with microchips that contain their COVID-19 passports, according to Newsweek. The chip, developed by Epicenter, can store a covid passport under the skin. "Implants are very versatile technology that can be used for many different things, and right now it is very convenient to have Covid passport always accessible on your implant," Epicenter's chief disruption officer Hannes Sjöblad told Ruptly. "In case your phone runs out of battery," Sjöblad ...
by December 19, 2021
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Amazon.com Inc was marketing a collection of President Xi Jinping's speeches and writings on its Chinese website about two years ago, when Beijing delivered an edict, according to two people familiar with the incident. The American e-commerce giant must stop allowing any customer ratings and reviews in China. A negative review of Xi's book prompted the demand, one of the people said. "I think the issue was anything under five stars," the highest rating in Amazon's five-point system, said the ot...
by December 19, 2021
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California Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom plans to spend $300 million starting in January as part of a new policy to aid small businesses and law enforcement affected by high-profile smash and grab thefts. Newsom plans to add the noted amount to the existing California budget, according to the New York Post. The spending proposal will include $255 million to implement law enforcement at stores, $18 million for a new organized "theft unit," and $20 million for businesses affected by thefts. "The r...