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More than 1,000 shots of coronavirus vaccine went to waste in Japan after storage temperatures deviated from a required range due to a freezer malfunction, the health ministry said on Monday, the country's first such case of wasted vaccines. Japan became the last member of the Group of Seven leading industrialised nations to begin its vaccination drive against COVID-19 on Feb. 17. It has so far received three shipments of vaccine developed by Pfizer Inc and BioNTech, comprising around 1.4 million shots.
Johnson & Johnson begins the distribution of their coronavirus vaccine.
France’s former president, Nicolas Sarkozy, was on Monday sentenced by the Paris judicial court to a three-year jail term after being found guilty of corruption and influence peddling in a case dating back to 2014, according to French news channel BFMTV. The three-year sentence includes just one year of imprisonment — two years have been […]
Suspected Islamist militants riding 4x4 vehicles and armed with machine guns killed nine civilians in attacks on three villages in central Mali late on Sunday, local officials said. Two different sets of assailants struck the ethnic Dogon villages of Gorey, Simikanda and Djamnati in Mali's Mopti region, which has been ravaged in recent years by Islamist and inter-ethnic violence, the officials said. Moulaye Guindo, the mayor of Bankass, which is near Gorey and Simikanda, blamed the attacks on the same militants who killed eight people in attacks on a Malian military post and a gendarme base last Thursday.
Hungarians are baking for ambulance workers across the country coping with a new surge in COVID-19 infections after the founder of an online cookery group asked a friend in the service how she could help. "Before I could finish she said ‘oh we would love some cakes’," Eszter Harmath said of the conversation that launched the nationwide movement.
European Council President Charles Michel on Monday called on the Georgian government and opposition to defuse tension in a political crisis that has led to street protests and the resignation of the prime minister last month. Georgian opposition supporters have taken to the streets in recent weeks to demand the release of opposition politician Nika Melia and call for fresh parliamentary elections after a contested vote last year. On Monday, a small group of protesters marched to the residence of former prime minister Bidzina Ivanishvili, founder of the ruling Georgian Dream party, where they chanted and blared horns to call for a new parliamentary vote, according to the Sputnik Georgia news outlet.
Australian legspinner Fawad Ahmed tested positive for COVID-19 while playing in the Pakistan Super League and has been put in isolation, his club said Monday. The Pakistan Cricket Board said all remaining members of Islamabad United have tested negative. “One of our players, Fawad Ahmed tested positive ... and was immediately put in isolation two days ago,” Islamabad said in a statement.
A cold front brought snow showers to northern Utah on Friday, February 26, the National Weather Service (NWS) reported.Justin McFarland captured storm clouds rolling over Ben Lomond Mountain near Pleasant View. He increased the speed of the video to include a full hour of footage in 45 seconds.According to the NWS, snow squalls “are short in duration” but include “intense snowfall accompanied by strong wind gusts and poor visibility.” Drivers were advised to use caution when traveling. Credit: Justin McFarland via Storyful
Filmmakers need to be a bit psychic. They work on projects for years, not knowing if the fickle audience will connect with the themes and topics when the film eventually opens. In 2020, the movie gods have smiled: A number of awards contenders are centered on health and work — concerns that are especially crucial […]
Lobbyists for the entertainment industry cheered a $15 billion bailout for music venues and other independent entertainment outlets closed by the pandemic, which Congress passed in late December and President Trump signed into law in January. But relief has turned to frustration, as not a single penny from the Save Our Stages Act has been sent out yet. “We honestly don’t know how much longer we’re going to have to wait,” said Audrey Schaefer of the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA), a group created during the pandemic to lobby for federal aid. “Thousands of live venues need the money fast, and for many others it’s now too late.” The Small Business Association (SBA), which was charged with disbursing funds to independent cinemas, performing arts groups, music venues, museums and theatrical producers, has not even opened the application process for receiving grants. Only last week, the SBA issued guidelines on what information applicants will need to provide. And for many venue owners, it’s already too late. NIVA does not have a hard number, but it estimates that several hundred music venues have been forced to close for good in the two months since the economic aid package was passed. Unless the...Read original story Congress Approved $15 Billion Save Entertainment Venues – Why Has Not a Penny Has Been Sent So Far? At TheWrap
Britain's Prince Philip, the 99-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth, was transferred to a different hospital in central London on Monday to have tests for a pre-existing heart condition as well as receive treatment for an infection. Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, was admitted to London's private King Edward VII hospital two weeks ago for treatment for an unspecified infection that is not related to COVID-19. On Monday, Buckingham Palace said he was moved to St Bartholomew's Hospital, which is a centre of excellence for cardiac care, for further treatment and observation.
KUALA LUMPUR, March 2 — Batu MP P. Prabakaran criticised Federal Territories Deputy Minister Datuk Seri Edmund Santhara Kumar today over the latter’s admission that he was on a 55-day holiday in...
Americans should be able to receive Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine within the next 24 to 48 hours, its chief executive said on Monday after U.S. regulators approved the vaccine, making it the country's third available one for the novel coronavirus. The drugmaker was still on track to deliver 4 million vaccine doses this week, and 100 million doses by June, J&J CEO Alex Gorsky told NBC News' Today program in an interview. Shares of the pharmaceutical company were up 2.9% in premarket trading after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved its one-shot COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday.
Serie A's bottom side Crotone have sacked coach Giovanni Stroppa, the Calabrian club announced on Monday.
Deepa Mehta’s had her fair share of tough shoots. “Water” had to be moved from India following protests and lensed in Sri Lanka, but she never had one that was affected by a pandemic. “Funny Boy,” released by Ava DuVernay’s Array, is streaming on Netflix. Mehta, who has filmed a couple of other movies in […]
Swedish singer-songwriter Zara Larsson has signed with Sony Music Publishing, the company announced Monday morning. The singer, whose new album “Poster Girl” will be released on Friday, has enjoyed a solid run of hits over the past few years, including “Ruin My Life,” “All The Time,” “Lush Life,” and “Never Forget You,” as well as […]
By any terms, Berlin’s 2021 European Film Market will deliver its smallest pre-sales market in years. COVID-19 has put back productions, created distribution bottlenecks, and provoked huge uncertainty about cinema theater re-openings. But there will still be titles – in development, in production and complete – across a broad gamut to whet buyers’ appetites, even […]
The Chinese Football Association said on Monday it "regrets" the decision by Chinese Super League champions Jiangsu FC to cease operations but that it will continue to seek to develop the game in the world's most populous nation. The Suning Group, who bought Jiangsu in late 2015 and who also own Italian league leaders Inter Milan, announced on Sunday the Chinese champions would cease operations with immediate effect while expressing hope new backers could be found. "The Chinese Football Association regrets the suspension of operations issued by Jiangsu FC but respects the club's decision," the national body said in a statement.
Aston Martin's return to Formula One as a constructor for the first time since 1960 has driven a surge of sponsor interest in the Silverstone-based team, according to principal Otmar Szafnauer. Szafnauer said the arrival of Germany's four times world champion Sebastian Vettel from Ferrari was less of a factor than the allure and prestige of the British sportscar marque. "They all want to be part of this journey that we’re on and for sure Aston Martin, the name and what we’re trying to do and what our future plans are, have attracted a lot of sponsors this year," Szafnauer told Reuters.
The government has introduced a raft of new amendments to the Domestic Abuse Bill.