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Ecuador is running with a conservative banker in the presidential election

QUITO, Ecuador (AP) – Voters in Ecuador appear to have turned to a conservative businessman during Sunday’s presidential run-off, pushing back the left-wing movement that has held the presidency for more than a decade, marked by an economic boom and then a long recession Peru, crowded with 18 candidates, was almost certain to lead to a second round of presidential …

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When should you receive the vaccine if you have had COVID-19?

Video above: How to deal with trauma to COVID-19 after receiving the vaccine More than 175.1 million doses of coronavirus vaccines have been given in the United States since Friday, but many people still have questions about when to get the vaccine – especially if they have had COVID-19 in the last year. The vaccine is also complicated if someone …

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Violence in Myanmar continues as military repression against the opposition: NPR

Protesters marched during a demonstration against the military coup in Yangon, Myanmar, on Sunday. Stringer / AFP via Getty Images hide caption switch the caption Stringer / AFP via Getty Images Protesters marched during a demonstration against the military coup in Yangon, Myanmar, on Sunday. Stringer / AFP via Getty Images Myanmar’s security forces have killed more than 700 civilians …

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The senior official acknowledges low efficiency

Gao Fu, director of the China Center for Disease Control and Prevention, spoke during the China Development Forum in 2021 at the Diaoyutai State Guest House on March 20, 2021 in Beijing, China. Khan Haydan | China News Service Getty Images While rarely acknowledging the weakness of Chinese coronavirus vaccines, the best government official for disease control says their effectiveness …

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China is considering mixing COVID-19 vaccines to increase protection

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s top disease control officer says the country is officially considering mixing COVID-19 vaccines as a way to further boost vaccine efficacy. Available data show that Chinese vaccines lag behind others in terms of efficacy, including Pfizer and Moderna, but require less stringent temperature control during storage. The vaccines currently available “do not have very high levels …

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China launches hotline to report “illegal” comments on Communist Party China

The Chinese cyber-regulator has launched a hotline to report online criticism of the ruling Communist Party and its history, promising to take action against “historical nihilists” before the party’s 100th anniversary in July. The best order allows people to report to other Internet users who “distort” the party’s history, attack its leadership and policies, slander national heroes and “deny the …

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Tropical Cyclone Seroja is hitting the coast of Western Australia 7NEWS – 7NEWS Australia

Tropical Cyclone Seroja is hitting the coast of Western Australia 7NEWS 7NEWS Australia A rare tropical cyclone to reach the mainland in Western Australia CNN The cyclone is intensifying near Reuters in Western Australia Cyclone Seroja ruptures historic One Mile Pier and damages the roof of Monkey Mia Resort PerthNow “You are in danger”: Residents of the “red signal” because …

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AstraZeneca says it has had a positive meeting with the EU over the vaccine

MILAN (Reuters) -AstraZeneca had a positive meeting with the European Commission last week, the Anglo-Swedish company said after an Italian newspaper said the group had not responded to a letter of complaint from the EU about COVID-19 vaccines within 20 days . FILE PHOTO: Empty vials of COVID-19 vaccine from Oxford / AstraZeneca can be seen at a vaccination center …

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When should you take the Covid-19 vaccine if you have had the virus

The vaccine is also complicated if someone has recently been diagnosed with Covid-19 or has been diagnosed between doses. People need to consider several factors when receiving the vaccine, according to CNN medical analyst Dr. Leana Wen. It is important to monitor your symptoms if you have been diagnosed with Covid-19, said Wen, an emergency physician and visiting professor of …

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A Mexican candidate accused of rape has vowed to block the election

CITY OF MEXICO (AP) – A candidate of the Mexican ruling party accused of rape, whose candidacy was later revoked by regulators on other grounds, said on Sunday that he would not allow elections in his home state unless he was allowed to run. Felix Salgado is running for governor of the troubled Pacific state of Guerrero. While two women …

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