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Albertans in B.C. border towns find hostile reception at times due to COVID-19 worries

As Albertans seek weekend mountain getaways, some are finding their presence in B.C. border communities isn't always warmly welcomed. Jessica Gray, who has lived in Golden, B.C., for 15 years, was recently driving her mother-in-law's car with Alberta...

Morrison government reveals JobKeeper ‘error’ as global COVID-19 cases surpass 5.1 million, Australian death toll stands at 101

So often it's the rats and mice that change the face of history, writes Elizabeth Farrelly. The sword glint that triggers the battle that ends a dynasty. The undercooked bat stew in some far-flung futuropolis that changes the shape...

Center recommends HCQ to more people to prevent COVID-19 despite evidence suggesting otherwise- The New Indian Express

Express News Service NEW DELHI: The government on Friday recommended anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine to prevent Covid 19 in more categories of people considered vulnerable to the...

Florida makes COVID-19 medical examiner data public record again

CLOSE FLORIDA TODAY obtains data revealing patterns in COVID-19 deaths that the state doesn't want you...

Banorte and Santander will suffer the effects of Covid-19 more: Credit Suisse

The profitability of the big banks will decrease in the next three years, but the crisis of 2008-09 shows that the greatest risk to come is in credit cards. The profitability of Mexican banks will be reduced in the next...

How long will the Covid-19 pandemic last? We need immunity data to find out.

How long will public health and the US economy be largely threatened by Covid-19? We do not know. Without a vaccine, experts say it will likely be years. The future is cloudy for many reasons. Namely: everything...

Businesses Receive £ 1 Billion in Non-Tender State Contracts in Covid-19 Crisis | News from the world

State contracts worth more than £ 1 billion have been awarded to private companies facing the coronavirus pandemic, without offering other companies the opportunity to bid for work, the Guardian said. In what amounts to a Covid-19 bargain for some...

Controlling the spread of the coronavirus could take 4 to 5 years and cannot depend solely on a COVID-19 vaccine, according to a WHO...

However, scientists at the World Health Organization are now saying that putting our hopes on one vaccine will not solve the crisis as a whole, adding that it could take between 4 and 5 years to contain the virus...

The devastating toll of COVID-19 for families in Montreal’s poorest neighborhoods

On the phone, the voice of Marie Missoule Michaud's son, two years old, resounds in the background: "Papa, papa." "He always asks for it. He looks for it everywhere," explains Michaud. Her son's father Sony Innocent, 39,...

Covid-19: two new studies conclude that hydroxychloroquine is ineffective

It is a new stone in the garden of Didier Raoult. Hydroxychloroquine, a treatment recommended by the now famous professor from Marseille, is not effective against Covid-19, whether we are talking about severe or milder cases, demonstrate two new...
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Albertans in B.C. border towns find hostile reception at times due to COVID-19 worries

As Albertans seek weekend mountain getaways, some are finding their presence in B.C. border communities isn't always warmly welcomed. Jessica Gray, who has...

Morrison government reveals JobKeeper ‘error’ as global COVID-19 cases surpass 5.1 million, Australian death toll stands at 101

So often it's the rats and mice that change the face of history, writes Elizabeth Farrelly. The sword glint that triggers the battle that...