Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez on Britney Spears’ Marriage, Steve’s COVID & Only Murders – Jimmy Kimmel Live

Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez on Britney Spears’ Marriage, Steve’s COVID & Only MurdersJimmy Kimmel live It Starts on the Page: Read Steve Martin and John Hoffman’s Pilot Script for ‘Only Murders In The Building’Deadline ‘Only Murders in the Building’: Selena Gomez’s kiss scene was ‘boring’Showbiz Cheat Sheet ‘Only Murders in the Building’ … Read more

Coronavirus update: Demonstrations against remaining COVID-19 restrictions planned in Ottawa through summer

Good evening, here are the top coronavirus headlines tonight: Main titles: A growing number of health agencies have changed the way they report coronavirus data. A look at current numbers in Canada for reported cases, COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations can be found here. COVID-19 updates from Canada and around the world Looking for more headlines? … Read more

fda: US FDA advisers move closer to Covid-19 injections for children under 5

The Covid-19 shots for American infants, toddlers and preschoolers came closer on Wednesday. The Food and Drug Administration’s outside vaccine advisers approved both Moderna shots for the little ones. The panel is expected to vote later Wednesday on whether to recommend Pfizer’s three-shot series for these youngsters as well. Outside experts voted unanimously that the … Read more

Dr. Anthony Fauci tests positive for COVID-19 – CBS Tampa

Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of NIAID and Chief Medical Advisor to the President of the United States, delivers the commencement address during Princeton University Class Day 2022 at Princeton University on May 23, 2022 in Princeton, New Jersey. (Photo by Bobby Bank/Getty Images) Washington (CBS News) — Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Biden’s chief medical adviser … Read more

Canada lifts Covid vaccination mandate for domestic and overseas travel

The mandatory vaccination policy for travelers was rolled out last October in Canada. (Case) Outaouais: Canada’s Covid-19 vaccination requirement for domestic and outbound travelers, as well as federal bureaucrats and transportation workers, will be suspended starting next week, officials said Tuesday. Masking, however, will still be required on planes and trains. “I am pleased to … Read more

trudeau: Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau tests positive for Covid a second time

TORONTO: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time and just days after meeting US President Joe Biden in person. The announcement came in a tweet on Monday in which he urged everyone to get vaccinated. Trudeau said he felt fine and it was because he had been vaccinated. … Read more

Pfizer statement regarding the use of the vaccine in young children

June 13, 2022 10:05 a.m. U.S. Food and Drug Administration reviewers have said the Pfizer-Biontech COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective for use in children aged six months to four years. The administration’s reviewers said in position papers released Sunday evening that their assessment revealed no new safety concerns regarding the use of the vaccine … Read more

Can you get corona twice in 90 days?

Despite the availability of many vaccines, drugs and vaccination campaigns around the world, the emerging corona virus is still infecting more people, some of whom have already contracted the infection. What makes a person get sick twice?A question that scientists have been asking and looking for answers since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.The answer … Read more

Controversial AFLW star Deni Varnhagen to remain on Adelaide Crows ‘inactive’ list

AFLW star Deni Varnhagen will spend another season on the Adelaide Crows’ “inactive” roster, this time due to pregnancy. Key points: Varnhagen spent the most recent season on the sidelines after failing to meet the league’s vaccination policy She is now expecting a baby with partner Jarrad The 29-year-old remains optimistic about his return to … Read more

The latest casualty report "crown" Globalism

The number of people infected with the “Corona” virus in the world has exceeded 530.96 million, while the total number of deaths caused by the epidemic has reached 6,715,000 and 6 cases. Infections with the virus, according to a Reuters tally, have been recorded in more than 210 countries and regions since the first cases … Read more