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CNN goes first two weeks of October without any program reaching 1 million viewers
The network once known as the “most trusted name in news” started to lose public trust after its massive fake news about Iraq's alleged nuclear weapons, that actually never existed. This fake news cost the lives of thousands American sol...
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's dire warning: 'Hyperinflation' will soon 'change everything'
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has issued a cryptic warning that "hyperinflation" will "change everything."
Gold prices on the rise amid fears of worldwide inflation
The price of gold this week exceeded $1,800 per ounce, trading data shows. While global investors assess the risks of high inflation, some experts say gold prices could soon double.
Covid: Dogs bought in lockdown being abandoned
People have tried to sell their lockdown dogs on Gumtree before disguising them as strays so rescue centres take them in, a charity warned.
Namibia Halts Use Of Russian Covid Vaccine After South African HIV Fears
Neighbouring South Africa earlier this week said it would not approve Sputnik V due to concerns it could increase the risk of HIV infection among men.
New Zealand's Covid Outbreak Spreads Despite Strict Lockdown
New Zealand Coronavirus: The number of cases in the outbreak reached 2,492 and New Zealand has recorded 28 coronavirus-related deaths so far in the pandemic.
Analysis: What we know about the Queen's health
It's rare for the Queen to scrap an engagement so when she does, the immediate question for many here in Britain is: "How serious is it?"
Covid: Home working likely to be best way to curb virus - scientists
Advising people to work from home is likely to have the most impact on stopping Covid spreading this winter, scientists advising the government say.
Get Ahead Of 'Go Green' Business Opportunities
Residents are being urged to put on their entrepreneur hat and get ahead of the business opportunities associated with the government’s go green initiative.
Gov’t looking into vaccine travel cards for AstraZeneca jabs- Hon Malone
Minister for Health and Social Development, Hon Carvin Malone (AL) has revealed that the Virgin Islands (VI) government is working on providing international vaccination cards for the Oxford-AstraZeneca jabs being offered in the VI.
Webster signals at new stimulus audit gov’t might not want seen
Auditor General (AG), Sonia Webster, has suggested that more audit reports are likely to be forthcoming on the government’s COVID-19 stimulus grant spending which started last year.
Moscow is going back into lockdown as Covid-19 deaths multiply in Russia
Moscow will impose a 10-day lockdown from next week in an effort to curb soaring Covid-19 cases, the city's mayor has said, as Russia endures its worst-ever phase of the pandemic.
NHS England Covid app outage shows problems of single centralised system
Analysis: app falling offline caused frustrated users to be turned away from flights and venues
Group that spread false Covid claims doubled Facebook interactions in six months
Revelations about World Doctors Alliance pages raise questions about platform’s efforts to control misinformation
Government should tell obese to eat less, says ex-minister Lord Robathan
A Conservative ex-minister has urged the government to "tell people they must not eat so much" in an effort to stop them getting "grossly overweight".
Nerve disorder Guillain-Barre syndrome added as very rare side effect for AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine in UK
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency has added a serious nerve disorder as a possible side effect to the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine after a handful of cases were linked to the jab.
Third Dose Of Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine 95.6% Effective: Study
The clinical phase three trials were conducted when Delta was the prevalent strain, Pfizer said in a statement.
NYT claim: “China’s Bullying Is Becoming a Danger to the World and Itself”
Thomas Friedman claims in the New York Times that China is becoming dangerous, because it’s controlling more and more critical elements that until now were controlled by only the USA . He sees the Chinese regime as “brutal” because th...
Two Active COVID-19 Cases With No Hospitalisation
Active COVID-19 cases in the BVI are now down to two with no hospitalisation. The recent figure was released this evening, October 20.
Choose Kindness! Anti-Bullying Campaign Brings Awareness
Residents are being urged to be kind and help the government and other agencies in their fight to combat all forms of bullying.
Gamma the most dominant COVID-19 variant in St Vincent
The Gamma variant of the coronavirus is now the most dominant in St Vincent and the Grenadines. In samples sent for testing by SVG, 24 have been identified as Gamma, 15 have been identified as Mu and six as the Delta variant.
Puerto Rico leads US states, territories in COVID-19 vaccination
Puerto Rico leads U.S. states and territories with the highest vaccination rate against the coronavirus.
Wheatley calls for kindness
Minister of Education, Culture, & Youth Affairs, Dr Natalio Wheatley is asking for more displays of kindness in the territory as a strategy to combat bullying in schools.
The UK has more new Covid-19 cases than France, Germany, Italy and Spain combined
Last December, as the first of several worrying Covid-19 variants ripped through the United Kingdom, Prime Minister Boris Johnson made the unwelcome decision to cancel Christmas plans for millions of Brits.
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