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Bill Gates warns Covid pandemic nightmare won't be over until the end of 2022

Bill Gates warns Covid pandemic nightmare won't be over until the end of 2022

In an interview the Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist said Covid vaccines would eventually bring the world back to normal but it could take longer than we hopedThe Covid nightmare will drag on until the end of 2022, billionaire and IT mogul Bill Gates has warned. In an interview the Microsoft co-founder said Covid vaccines would eventually bring the world back to normal by next year. Speaking to Polish publication Gazeta Wyborcza and broadcaster TVN24 he called the pandemic 'an incredible tragedy' but added that the end was in sight. He said: "By the end of 2022 we should be basically...

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Poland's Kaczynski demands Poles defend patriotism amid abortion backlash

Poland's Kaczynski demands Poles defend patriotism amid abortion backlash

By , WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland’s ruling party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski insisted on Tuesday that a court ruling further restricting abortion could not be reversed, threatening action against mass protests that have spread across Poland since the decision last Thursday.Five days of nationwide protests have followed a ruling by the Constitutional Tribunal last week that amounts to a near-total ban on abortion in the predominantly Catholic country.Once the decision goes into effect, pregnancy termination will only be legal in the case of incest, rape or a threat to the mother’s health. The...

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Poland will temporarily close a dozen mines to stop coronavirus

Poland will temporarily close a dozen mines to stop coronavirus

United Kingdom WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland will close two coal mines owned by state-run JSW and ten mines of PGG group on Tuesday for three weeks to stop the spread of the new coronavirus among miners, Deputy Prime Minister Jacek Sasin said. Miners account for almost 20% of recorded coronavirus cases in the country, which generates most of its electricity from coal. “Such action is needed to eventually quell these epidemic outbreaks,” Sasin told a news conference on Monday. He added that the miners would receive full pay for the three weeks and that there was no threat to coal deliveries. The...

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