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Johnson & Johnson To Oversee Vaccine Production At Baltimore Facility

Johnson & Johnson To Oversee Vaccine Production At Baltimore Facility

Johnson & Johnson To Oversee Vaccine Production At Baltimore Facility : Coronavirus Updates The site was producing substances for both the Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca vaccines. But following a mix-up, the facility will focus solely on producing ingredients for the J&J vaccine.The Biden administration has facilitated for Johnson & Johnson to assume "full responsibility" of a production plant after a mishap botched likely millions of doses-worth of COVID-19 vaccine. The company has pledged to deliver 100 million doses by the end of May. But on March 31, its quality control process had...

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Switzerland Approves Ban On Face Coverings In Public

Switzerland Approves Ban On Face Coverings In Public

Switzerland Approves Ban On Face Coverings In Public Swiss voters backed a ban on niqabs and burqas worn by a handful of Muslim women in the country. A Muslim advocacy group called it Islamophobic.Swiss voters approved a proposition Sunday banning facial coverings in public. Niqabs and burqas, worn by almost no one even among the country's Muslim population, will be banned outside of religious institutions. The new law doesn't apply to facial coverings for health reasons. Switzerland will join several European countries that have implemented a ban on facial coverings, including , , the...

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California Set To Open Ballparks, Arenas And Theme Parks In April

California Set To Open Ballparks, Arenas And Theme Parks In April

California Set To Open Ballparks, Arenas And Theme Parks In April Attendance for sporting events, live music and theme parks will vary at the county level based on COVID-19 infection rates. Only in-state residents will be allowed to attend.The state of California updated its plans Friday to allow outdoor events at stadiums, ballparks and theme parks to begin to reopen April 1. Sports facilities and amusement parks will reopen at reduced capacity, contingent on county-level infection rates. The California Department of Public Health released its guidelines last August, which has dictated the...

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Journalists Detained For Covering Democracy Demonstrations In Myanmar Face Prison

Journalists Detained For Covering Democracy Demonstrations In Myanmar Face Prison

Journalists Detained For Covering Democracy Demonstrations In Myanmar Face Prison At least six journalists were arrested Saturday while covering protests against a military coup. They are charged with violating a public order law and could be sentenced up to three years in prison.At least eight journalists in Myanmar have been detained by authorities while covering protests against a coup that took place last month. Six of those journalists, including 32-year-old Associated Press reporter Thein Zaw, have been charged with violating a public order law. The Myanmar military of the country one...

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California Offers $2 Billion Incentive In A Push For In-Person Learning

California Offers $2 Billion Incentive In A Push For In-Person Learning

California Offers $2 Billion Incentive In A Push For In-Person Learning Public schools that don't offer in-person instruction for k-2 students by the end of the month will lose out on 1% of eligible funds every day that students remain out of the classroom.More California students may return to in-person learning after legislators promised $2 billion to public schools that return to campus before the end of the month. Most of California's 6.1 million students and 319,000 teachers haven't set foot in a classroom since the pandemic shut down schools across the state last March. But Gov. Gavin...

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Biden Administration Aims To Close Guantanamo Bay Prison

Biden Administration Aims To Close Guantanamo Bay Prison

Biden Administration Aims To Close Guantanamo Bay Prison Since 2002, the prison has housed members of al-Qaida and the Taliban. At its peak, Guantanamo Bay had almost 680 people detained at the installation.The White House announced Friday that President Biden hopes to shut down the prison at the Naval Station Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, a tall task that the Obama administration failed to do nearly a decade ago. The , also known as GTMO or "Gitmo," became identified with the mistreatment of prisoners in the early years of the Global War on Terror campaign. It first opened its doors to terrorism...

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Kroger Offers $100 Bonus To Employees Who Get Vaccinated

Kroger Offers $100 Bonus To Employees Who Get Vaccinated

Kroger Offers $100 Bonus To Employees Who Get Vaccinated Businesses across the country are encouraging employees to receive a coronavirus vaccine. Kroger Co. employees will receive a $100 bonus once they have been fully vaccinated.The supermarket giant Kroger Co. announced Friday that employees who receive a COVID-19 vaccine will be rewarded with a $100 bonus. The one-time offer is available to all company associates, nearly individuals in 35 states, who provide proof of their vaccination to human resources, . Workers must have received the full manufacturer-recommended dose. As for those...

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Iowa Rolls Back Coronavirus Restrictions

Iowa Rolls Back Coronavirus Restrictions

Iowa Rolls Back Coronavirus Restrictions Starting Sunday, Gov. Kim Reynolds is easing rules intended to slow the spread of the virus. Residents will no longer be required to wear masks or practice social distancing, but are encouraged to so.Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a Friday that will ease previous public health regulations geared to controlling the coronavirus. Starting Sunday, Iowa residents will no longer be required to wear masks. Reynolds' previous order, which was put into place last , required individuals to wear masks when indoors in a public space and within six feet of...

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San Francisco Vs San Francisco School Board: A Push To Get Students Back In School

San Francisco Vs San Francisco School Board: A Push To Get Students Back In School

San Francisco Vs San Francisco School Board: A Push To Get Students Back In School The city attorney filed suit Wednesday alleging the school district's plan to get kids back on campus is inadequate. The district argues otherwise.The city of San Francisco its school district on Wednesday in a drastic attempt to get students back into the classroom. The city argued it's safe enough and the district has dragged its feet on preparing for the students' return. City Attorney Dennis Herrera a "woefully inadequate" reopening plan by the San Francisco Unified School District Board of Trustees. He...

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Investigator Jack Palladino Dies From Attempted Mugging Injuries

Investigator Jack Palladino Dies From Attempted Mugging Injuries

Investigator Jack Palladino Dies From Attempted Mugging Injuries Palladino was hurt when two men tried to steal his camera outside his San Francisco home, police say.Dustin JonesJason SlotkinUpdated at 10:51 p.m. ET High-profile private investigator Jack Palladino has died from injuries sustained last Thursday when two men attempted to steal his camera last Thursday. Palladino, 76, was attacked outside his home in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood around 4:40 p.m. Sandra Sutherland, Palladino's wife and investigative partner, said their home is in a high-crime area and packages from people's...

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