Australian health minister declined invite to meet Pfizer bosses in 2020, leading to vaccine shortages and lockdowns – opposition

The Australian health minister reportedly delayed meeting with top Pfizer executives last year, which the opposition claims contributed to vaccine supply shortages and extended lockdowns in the country. … Read More >Australian health minister declined invite to meet Pfizer bosses in 2020, leading to vaccine shortages and lockdowns – opposition

Covid-19 response disrupts fight against TB and AIDS, may cause more deaths in some countries than the pandemic, Global Fund says

The shift in healthcare resources to battling Covid-19 has led to many people in poor countries going untreated for other diseases, portending thousands of excess deaths, said a leading funder of tuberculosis and AIDS programs. … Read More >Covid-19 response disrupts fight against TB and AIDS, may cause more deaths in some countries than the pandemic, Global Fund says

Deadly bat caves & humanized mice tests: Released docs describe ‘HIGHEST RISK’ involved in US-funded coronavirus research in Wuhan

Documents obtained by The Intercept reveal that the US government funded studies into coronavirus in bats in Wuhan long before the pandemic, with the proposal showing it was aware of the risk that researchers would be infected. … Read More >Deadly bat caves & humanized mice tests: Released docs describe ‘HIGHEST RISK’ involved in US-funded coronavirus research in Wuhan

Fauci insists 3 shots will be needed for ‘full vaccination’, after FDA advisory panel rejects universal Covid boosters

White House health adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci has claimed that “ultimately” people will need at least one booster shot to be considered properly vaccinated against Covid-19, despite the FDA’s hesitancy over universal boosters. … Read More >Fauci insists 3 shots will be needed for ‘full vaccination’, after FDA advisory panel rejects universal Covid boosters

Australian PM slammed for flying to see kids on Father’s Day while more than half the country’s fathers remained in lockdown

Australia’s prime minister, Scott Morrison, has come under fresh scrutiny after flying on a private jet from Canberra to Sydney for a Father’s Day visit whilst the majority of Australians were locked at home. … Read More >Australian PM slammed for flying to see kids on Father’s Day while more than half the country’s fathers remained in lockdown

Melbourne police surround synagogue as 100 worshippers reportedly breach Covid curbs to mark Jewish New Year

Australian police are stationed outside a synagogue after a group of Jewish worshippers reportedly breached Covid restrictions to take part in Rosh Hashanah, marking the Jewish New Year. … Read More >Melbourne police surround synagogue as 100 worshippers reportedly breach Covid curbs to mark Jewish New Year

THIRD person dies in Japan after receiving Moderna Covid vaccine from batch recalled over stainless steel contamination

Japanese health authorities have confirmed that a third man has died, one day after receiving a second dose of Moderna Covid-19 vaccine from one of the contaminated lots that have since been recalled. … Read More >THIRD person dies in Japan after receiving Moderna Covid vaccine from batch recalled over stainless steel contamination