from: BBC News Harry and Ashley Wilson, from Kendal, believe the Covid jab turns people into “unthinking beings”.
The US central bank will reduce the $120bn a month support introduced to help the economy through the crisis. from: BBC News
Manila – It is important and necessary to cast one’s own vote according to one’s own conscience: Mgr.Socrates Villegas, Archbishop of Lingayen-Dagupan emphasizes this with a view to the elections on May 9, 2022, for which more than 60 million voters have already registered. “People shouldn’t vote for candidates who offer money to get votes”,… Leggi tutto »
The U.N.-backed Covax program will not meet its target of delivering enough doses this year to Latin America and the Caribbean to vaccinate 20 percent of their people. From: New York Times
The Pan American Health Organization is working to address inequities in vaccine availability by offering vaccines for sale to countries in need. From: New York Times
Here’s all you need to know about why fuel has been running out at petrol pumps in the UK. from: BBC News
Empty supermarket shelves may become commonplace as labour shortages bite, industry bodies say.
The streaming giant will own and control works like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The BFG. from: BBC News
Young people can buy books, tickets and classes via a government smartphone app. But rather than discovering highbrow arts, many are choosing mass media they already love. From: New York Times