Vaccination will have to be a supervised activity and adverse effects following vaccination will have to be closely scrutinised, and most importantly, a good documentation and data management system and a system for closely following up vaccinated persons in the long term would all have to be set up, all of which made COVID vaccination a challenging prospect, Dr.
Trump's comments in a telephone interview with Fox News Channel came as Republican Senator Roy Blunt, chair of the congressional inaugural committee, said they expect Biden, a Democrat, to be sworn in as president on January 20. They are "missing in action", he said , also questioning the point of the Supreme Court if it doesn't intervene. The President also recalled the discrepancy between results coming in on election night and those coming in later, thanks to large "vote dumps" in ...
The Metropolitan Police officers arrested 155 people for offending coronavirus regulations and assaulting a police officer. "We continue to urge people to go home", the force added. One police officer estimated the protesters, who held up signs saying "Defend Freedom, Defend Humanity", "No more lies, no more masks, no more lockdowns", numbered between 300 and 400.
Biden gained a net 132 votes in the recount , out of almost 460,000 votes. He again changing his statement said on Thursday that 'he will nevertheless leave the White House if the Electoral College formalizes Democrat Joe Biden's victory'.
The two leaders stopped the bloc's coronavirus fund and seven-year budget in its tracks last week, delaying the flow of billions of euros in aid to virus-hit countries during the record economic downturn caused by Covid-19. Poland and Hungary are protesting the draft budget and package because it includes a new mechanism that allows for the funds to be denied to members that do not meet democratic standards.
During his speech, Macron said that if the infection rate does not reach 5,000 cases per day, sports halls and restaurants could reopen as of January 20, 2021, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports. France's minister for equality says a thousand new places have been created in emergency shelters for those fleeing domestic violence, and 16 specialist regional centres have been opened to deal with perpetrators.