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    Like father, but not like son. Video footage has gone viral of a man having an anti-mask meltdown in an Arizona grocery store and being carried out by a young man identified as his son. MAN ARRESTED AFTER THREATENING NEW JERSEY COSTCO EMPLOYEE: 'SHUT YOUR MOUTH AND RING UP MY STUFF' In a quick clip that’s been viewed over 5.6 million times since hitting Twitter on Monday, the unnamed shopper exploded into an expletive-laced rant inside a supermarket that The New York Post identified as a Sprouts Farmers Market in Tucson. Video footage has gone viral of a man, pictured, having an anti-mask meltdown in an Arizona food store. (Jam Press) 'These people won't learn! You're a bunch of idiots...
    A bizarre anti-mask rant has gone viral on Twitter. In a video tweeted by @davenewworld_2, a man shopping with his son was berating somebody who appears to be a store employee for wearing a mask during the coronavirus pandemic. (SLIDESHOW: These Women On Instagram Hate Wearing Clothes) The man shouted, “You’re all a bunch of pu**ies wearing masks” as his son literally carried him out of the store in the video, which has been viewed more than five million times, as things boiled over the top. Watch the insane video below. (SLIDESHOW: 142 Times Josephine Skriver Barely Wore Anything) Anti-masker in Tucson, AZ throws a tantrum and has to be carried out by his own son pic.twitter.com/ggo4I968aL — Fifty Shades...
    One Arizona baby man is getting all kinds of attention after video of his temper tantrum began widely circulating on Twitter Monday night. The man and his sons entered a Tucson grocery store and apparently they all refused to wear masks. The video doesn’t get the entire confrontation, but it is safe to say they were being told to wear masks or leave and baby man went into a rage, directing his anger at store employees, calling them names I’m not going to repeat here, but would definitely get him sent to the principal’s office if he were a child and if (when) he’s identified, might very well cost him his job. As baby man was throwing a fit, his...
    Joanne Millar store manger of Joules in Belfast places a sign in the shop window advising customers that face masks must be worn at all times as face coverings are now compulsory for shoppers. Liam McBurney/PA Images via Getty Images An Arizona man was forcibly carried out of a grocery store after the man shouted profanities at an employee, the news website AZCentral reported.  The dispute was over a face mask requirement.  "These people won't learn," the man yells at a Sprout's worker in the video. "You are a bunch of idiots wearing masks. You know it's not real."  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An Arizona man was forcibly carried out of a Sprouts grocery store...
    A man in Arizona was lifted and carried out of a grocery store by his own son while going on an anti-face mask tirade against shoppers wearing masks. Hide The incident took place at a Sprouts location in Tuscon, Arizona, on Saturday, a spokesperson for the supermarket chain confirmed with the Daily Dot via email. Hide The less-than-a-minute long video of the incident can be viewed on Twitter, one of the platforms it was posted to. “These people won’t learn,” the man screams in the video. “You’re a bunch of idiots wearing masks! You know it’s not real!” A young man is seen trying to calm him down. Hide Anti-masker in Tucson, AZ throws a tantrum...
    A man was carried from a Tucson grocery store by his grown son while threatening to beat other customers over the wearing of face masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, screaming that they were “A bunch of pussies wearing masks!” as he was carried off by his own child. In yet another viral video of a public scene over the wearing of masks, the man is seen ranting at others in a Tucson, Arizona Sprouts grocery store as his son tries to calm him down. “They won’t learn. These people won’t learn. You’re a bunch of idiots wearing masks, you know it’s not real,” the man says, and addresses a fellow customer by saying “Look at you...
    By his personal admission, Jacque Vaughn isn’t the identical coach who misplaced nearly three-quarters of his video games with the Magic. He’s older, wiser. Higher. Now again in Orlando — however this time for the NBA restart, as interim of the Nets — he’s displaying the league how significantly better. Since stepping in for the departed Kenny Atkinson — and being robbed of a lot of his roster by both damage or the coronavirus — Vaughn has held the Nets collectively and shepherded a threadbare squad into the playoffs. “He’s carried out an important job,” Jarrett Allen stated. “It’d be arduous for me to have the ability to process anyone with conserving a staff, not to mention having to...
    A DEPRAVED paedophile carried out a vile sex attack on a Tinder date's nine-year-old daughter. Ben Hill was staying overnight at a woman's home in Geelong, Victoria for the first time when he twice entered the girl's bedroom and sexually assaulted her, according to reports. 1Ben Hill twice entered a girl's bedroom and sexually abused her, it's reportedCredit: News Corp Australia Hill, then aged 30, reportedly told the young victim: "Don't tell anyone. It's our little secret." The now 33-year-old was sentenced to 12 years and three months in custody, with a non-parole period of nine months, Geelong crown court heard today. At a pre-sentencing hearing in July, the court heard that Hill was likely to be...
    YouTuber Jake Paul has a history of showing off firearms — and a machine gun tattoo — on his channel. Jake Paul/YouTube Law enforcement officers seized several firearms from Jake Paul's California mansion during an FBI raid on Wednesday. An FBI representative said that the raid on Paul's Calabasas home was the execution of a federal search warrant. The FBI could not comment on the ongoing investigation that led to the raid, as the affidavit is sealed.  The seizure of firearms from the 23-year-old YouTuber's home follows a history of showing off firearms on his channel.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Law enforcement officers removed several large firearms from Jake Paul's California mansion during an FBI...
    LAWYERS for a Manhattan prosecutor cited alleged "criminal conduct" at the Trump Organization as they seek the president's tax returns. Public reports of “extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization” justified the release of the documents, a judge heard Monday, the Associated Press reported. 4A Manhattan prosecutor has alleged 'extensive and protracted criminal conduct' at the Trump OrganizationCredit: AFP or licensors 4The Trump Organization is a group of about 500 business entities, comprising mostly real estate, such as Trump Tower in ManhattanCredit: Getty - Contributor Donald Trump’s lawyers last month said the grand jury subpoena for the tax returns was issued in bad faith and amounted to harassment of the president. Manhattan District Attorney District Attorney Cyrus R....
    A female rapper has died after having a botched cosmetic surgery performed by a gynaecologist. Fernanda Rodrigues, 43, also known as Mc Atrevida, underwent the butt augmentation surgery at a clandestine aesthetic clinic in Rio de Janeiro.   She died days after undergoing a liposculpture procedure which removed excess fat from her back to inject into her glutes. Fernanda Rodrigues, 43, pictured, also known as Mc Atrevida, underwent the butt augmentation surgery at a clandestine aesthetic clinic in Rio de Janeiro She died days after undergoing a liposculpture procedure which removed excess fat from her back to inject into her glutes. The mother-of-one was admitted to Evandro Freire Hospital, in Ilha do Governador Police are investigating why the cosmetic...
    MALICIOUS Arsenal Fan TV supporters were celebrating after Chelsea star Christian Pulisic was carried off with a nasty injury. The American suffered a nasty injury after scoring the opening goal in the FA Cup final. 2Chelsea's USA star Christian Pulisic goes down injured in the FA Cup finalCredit: Getty Images - Getty But footage from Arsenal TV showed sick fans cheering as he was taken off. Credit to DT and Robbie here.Absolutely DISGUSTING that Lee and others from @AFTVMedia sre cheering the injury of Pulisic. Terrible decorum and etiquette. #FACupFinal #ArsvChe #AFTV pic.twitter.com/UfVfEZEHH0— Ted Trott (@tedtrottalong) August 1, 2020 ARSENAL NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest Gunners news The footage has been condemned by Arsenal fans. It is not...
    PALERMO, Sicily (AP) — More than 400 coronavirus tests were carried out on tennis players and staff members ahead of the Palermo Ladies Open and all of them came back negative. The WTA tournament, with qualifying beginning Saturday, marks the return of tour-level tennis following a five-month break for the coronavirus pandemic. It’s the first official event — for men or women — since early March. “We carried out 190 nasal swab tests,” Dr. Antonio Cascio, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Palermo who is the tournament’s anti-virus coordinator, said Friday. “All of them came back negative. The exams will continue under strict protocols." Another 220 serological tests that were carried out also came back negative. After former...
    PALERMO, Sicily (AP) — More than 400 coronavirus tests were carried out on tennis players and staff members ahead of the Palermo Ladies Open and all of them came back negative. The WTA tournament, with qualifying beginning Saturday, marks the return of tour-level tennis following a five-month break for the coronavirus pandemic. It’s the first official event — for men or women — since early March. “We carried out 190 nasal swab tests,” Dr. Antonio Cascio, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Palermo who is the tournament’s anti-virus coordinator, said Friday. “All of them came back negative. The exams will continue under strict protocols.” Another 220 serological tests that were carried out also came back negative. After former...
    The US Navy mocked Iran for being 'experts' at building a target ship in an Instagram post that showed a bogus American aircraft carrier with a bullseye on it.  The Navy proclaimed in a meme, 'IRAN BUILDS TARGET SHIP', revealing an overhead view of the fake vessel sitting at a port, unprotected and vulnerable with a bullseye, and adds across the bottom of the image, 'THEY'RE EXPERTS AT THAT'.  The post comes after Iran built the replica and had its paramilitary Revolutionary Guard fire a missile at the replica of a Nimitz-class carrier in the strategic Strait of Hormuz on Tuesday amid tensions between Iran and Washington.  The exercise was televised on state run television and condemned by the Navy...
    TEXAS – A new Dallas Police Department Vice Unit operation ended with the seizure of thousands of dollars and other items. According to the statement, on Thursday, July 30, 2020, the vice and narcotics units carried out the operation in a business located on the 11056 block Shady Trail Lane Suite 101. Officials explained that said action was carried out after receiving complaints that illegal games were taking place there. During the operation, 54 gaming machines, a replica of an air pistol, 2 firearms, and $ 26,082.65 in cash were seized. It was not detailed if anyone was arrested or if officers had to force their way into the establishment.
    In Collier County, its authorities have said that although it is not planned to activate the Emergency Operations Center, they are closely following the storm’s trajectory to handle any contingency. According to the National Hurricane Center, part of southwest Florida has so far been left outside the storm’s trajectory cone, yet authorities are on the lookout. Whatever the effect that Isaiah storm could have on Florida, the county asks its residents to prepare with the necessary provisions that they must have during this season. Collier has carried out practices to guarantee adequate procedures in the event of an eventual hurricane in the area. Meanwhile in Lee County, specifically in the city of Cape Coral, maintenance is being...
    Sevilla FC Will miss the match against Roma Bad news for Sevilla a week from travel to germany for measure up to Rome in round of 16 of the Europa League. The nervionense club has communicated that there is a positive for COVID-19 in the first template. Hours after the announcement, the player Nemanja Gudelj reported that he was infected. Gudelj, after his positive for coronavirus: “I am perfectly fine, I do not have any symptoms” Hispanics they got ahead of UEFA doing tests to technical staff, template and staff on his return from a few days of vacation. UEFA conducts exams 48 hours before travel. The affected player will miss the match against Roma. The statement...
    SEVILLA have confirmed one of their players has tested positive for coronavirus. The unnamed individual is said to be in good health and self-isolating at home. 1A Sevilla player has tested positive for coronavirus just over a week before their crunch Europa League clashCredit: EPA It comes just 24 hours after Real Madrid star Mariano also contracted the killer virus. The fresh diagnosis throws into chaos plans for Sevilla's Europa League clash against Roma next Thursday. At this stage it is still set to go ahead, with LaLiga side Sevilla conducting more tests on players and staff today. Sevilla and their Serie A rivals will finally get to play their last-16 tie in Germany after the pandemic wiped out the...
    U.S. coronavirus deaths rise by 1,200 for first time since May McDonalds to close 200 U.S. restaurants. Heres where some may shutter Rockets guard Eric Gordon had to be carried off court after nasty-looking ankle injury The Houston Rockets were playing their final scrimmage in Orlando Tuesday when guard Eric Gordon badly sprained his left ankle and had to be carried off the court. © Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports Before the NBA season was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic back in March, Eric Gordon was averaging 14.5 points, 2.9 assists and 2.5 rebounds per game. Gordon was trying to get to a loose ball when his left ankle got twisted badly as he stepped on the foot of...
    Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney told reporters over the weekend that white supremacists infiltrated local Black Lives Matter protests and initiated violence after weeks of largely peaceful demonstrations. Officials said that 23 people were arrested over the weekend in connection with the protests. “What happened last night was violence,” Stoney said. “Violence that hurt many people in the Richmond community, both through the threatening of lives and the destruction of property. And simply put: That is unacceptable in the city of Richmond.” He continued: “So after 24 consecutive days of peaceful protest, what changed last night? Let me tell you what I think changed last night: There were white supremacists marching under the banner of Black Lives Matter, attempting to undermine...
    Oviedo, Jul 25 (EFE) .- The coronavirus outbreak detected yesterday in a brewery in Oviedo, in which four positives have already been confirmed, has already led more than 650 clients to request that PCR tests be carried out, which, according to the president of the Principality, Adrián Barbón, will be practiced by hundreds to isolate the focus. Until this morning, 306 PCR tests had already been carried out, of which one was positive – very close contact with one of the two infected bar employees – and another 150 will be carried out throughout the day, to which we must add 200 more who have already asked to have the test done and many others who will request it in...
    EFEMadrid Updated: 07/23/2020 10: 22h Save The National Police has arrested a Moroccan Internet user in Tarrasa (Barcelona) who was carrying out jihadist apology and hated messages through social networks against minorities. The arrest is the result of the investigation that began a year ago when it was detected that the detainee was using social networks to publish a multitude of photographs and videos with messages in favor of armed struggle and violent jihad. Likewise, it distributed other publications with a marked anti-Semitic character, reports the General Directorate of the Police. The researchers found that lThe aforementioned jihadist apology activity was continuedTherefore, in view of the danger that the person under investigation reached an advanced state...
    VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria's push to test large numbers of hotel staff for the coronavirus in a bid to reassure tourists is falling far short of its target as too few people have signed up, Tourism Minister Elisabeth Koestinger said on Friday. The scheme, which began on July 1, is supposed to test 65,000 staff in hotels and other forms of accommodation each week - roughly matching the number of tests otherwise carried out nationally. The total number of tests carried out so far, however, is just a fraction of that, Koestinger told ORF radio, putting it at more than 14,000. "We have achieved the capacity to be able to carry out 65,000 tests (a week)... Now we need the...
    (Reuters) - Iran's foreign ministry said on Thursday foreign governments may have been behind recent cyberattacks on Iranian facilities, but played down the possibility of them having a role in a series of fires and explosions at military and other installations. Since late June, several fires or explosions have been reported at military, industrial and nuclear sites in Iran as well as at oil refineries, power plants, factories and businesses. Some Iranian officials have said a fire at the underground Natanz nuclear facility this month may have been caused by cyber sabotage. Other incidents have gone unexplained. "There are thousands of cyberattacks on the country's infrastructure on a daily basis - which is nothing new - most of which are...
    July 23 (Reuters) – Iran’s foreign ministry said on Thursday foreign governments may have been behind recent cyberattacks on Iranian facilities, but played down the possibility of them having a role in a series of fires and explosions at military and other installations. Since late June, several fires or explosions have been reported at military, industrial and nuclear sites in Iran as well as at oil refineries, power plants, factories and businesses. Some Iranian officials have said a fire at the underground Natanz nuclear facility this month may have been caused by cyber sabotage. Other incidents have gone unexplained. “There are thousands of cyberattacks on the country’s infrastructure on a daily basis – which is nothing new – most of...
    Police have uncovered an alleged  'sex cult' in northern Italy whose female followers were brainwashed and abused by a 77-year-old man known only as The Doctor. Officers carried out raids on Sunday against the group, based in the town of Novara, near Milan, on suspicion of slavery and sexual abuse, including of young girls.   Police say the leader of the cult, who they have not named, used a series of businesses including dance schools, herbalists, craft shops and a publishing house to lure in vulnerable and often wealthy women who he would then indoctrinate. Police in Italy have busted what they say is a sex cult run by a 77-year-old man known only as The Doctor who tortured...
    AROUND 2.3million fewer critical cancer tests were carried out in lockdown. Cancer Research UK has warned delays in testing between March and May could result in a surge of an extra 35,000 deaths over the next year. Getty - Contributor Cancer Research UK has warned delays in testing during lockdown could result in a surge of an extra 35,000 deaths over the next year They include MRI scans, CT scans, ultrasound and colonoscopies. Experts warn too many patients “lives are on pause while they wait for tests that could impact their chances of survival”. Among them are 55,000 extra Brits who are waiting to have key checks for bowel, stomach, bladder and oesophageal cancer, compared to the same time...
    Ariane Lipski left Luana Carolina in great pain. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Ariane Lipski left her opponent Luana Carolina in great pain after submitting her with a brutal kneebar Saturday. Lipski and Carolina fought a flyweight match at the third of the UFC's four "Fight Island" events in a quarantined area of Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. Lipski beat Carolina so badly that her opponent had to be carried out of the Flash Forum arena. Watch the submission below. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. FIGHT ISLAND — Ariane Lipski, 26, lived up to her "Violence Queen" nickname Saturday as she beat her UFC opponent so bad, she had to be carried out...
    A British man, 21, has denied being behind this week's Twitter hack but admitted he bought a stolen account with Bitcoin, as it's revealed three young gamers carried out the attack after allegedly infiltrating a Slack channel to make $180,000.  Joseph O'Connor, a well-known hacker who goes by the name 'PlugWalkJoe' online, told the New York Times he was not involved in Wednesday's massive breach and was getting a massage near his current home in Spain at the time.  The 21-year-old, who is said to hail from Liverpool, brushed off accusations made by security journalist Brian Krebs Thursday that he was a key player in the hack, and said he was merely a customer of the assailants'.  Logs on Discord,...
    Taiwan has released new procedures for carrying out capital punishment - including preventing the condemned from seeing their executioner - but rights activists said today the move merely whitewashes a barbaric practice. The island has carried out 35 executions since a moratorium on capital punishment was lifted in 2010 - with the last being in April of a 53-year-old man convicted of killing his parents. In Taiwan, the death penalty is carried out by gunshot. Media reports say the condemned are first given a powerful sedative before being laid face-down and shot in the heart through the back. Taiwan will allow those condemned today the 'humane' benefit of being hooded so they don't have to see their executioner, human rights...
    A TV anchor's tooth fell out live on air but she calmly CAUGHT it and carried on as if nothing had happened. Marichka Padalko was providing an update on the coronavirus pandemic in Ukraine when she felt her tooth come loose during the morning bulletin on Wednesday. 3Journalist Marichka Padalko was reading the news when her tooth fell outCredit: TSN 3The reporter carried on as if nothing had happenedCredit: TSN The TSN host put her hand in front of her mouth to catch the tooth and carried on as if nothing had happened. The moment was spotted by some viewers who then posted on social media. The news anchor confirmed that she had lost part of her front tooth...
    In a highly unusual move, the Florida Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered a second round of arguments in a battle about whether the state has properly carried out a 2016 constitutional amendment that broadly legalized medical marijuana. Justices heard arguments in May in a lawsuit filed by Florigrown, a Tampa-based firm that has challenged the constitutionality of a 2017 law that was designed to carry out the constitutional amendment. The case centers on parts of the law related to the licensing of companies to operate in the medical-marijuana industry. But the Supreme Court on Tuesday issued an order scheduling another round of arguments Oct. 7 on an issue that was not a focus of the first hearing --- whether the 2017 law...
    A House Republican leader in the national security arena called on the Democratic-led House Oversight Committee to hold an “immediate” hearing to deal with the Chinese Communist Party’s " genocide" of the Uyghurs in western China. Rep. Glenn Grothman, the GOP’s ranking member on Oversight’s Subcommittee on National Security, made the urgent request of Democratic Chairman Stephen Lynch of Massachusetts in a letter Monday. “We write to urge you to hold a hearing examining the atrocities being committed by the Chinese Communist Party against religious minorities in that country,” the Wisconsin Republican wrote. “We must determine the extent of the CCP’s suppression of minorities, ensure that the administration is doing everything in its power to respond, and examine...
    CHICAGO (AP) — Executions carried out by federal authorities have stopped, restarted and stopped again for long stretches since the first one in 1790, when U.S. marshals hanged a mariner in Maine for fatally shooting the captain of a slave ship. After a 17-year hiatus, the Trump administration wants to restart federal executions this month in Terre Haute, Indiana. The first was supposed to happen Monday, but it was delayed by an Indiana federal judge’s ruling. The Justice Department appealed that decision. Some questions and answers about the history of the death penalty: Q: HOW MANY FEDERAL EXECUTIONS HAVE THERE BEEN? A: . The federal government has never been a prolific executioner. It has carried out no more than a...
    CHICAGO (AP) — Executions carried out by federal authorities have stopped, restarted and stopped again for long stretches since the first one in 1790, when U.S. marshals hanged a mariner in Maine for fatally shooting the captain of a slave ship. After a 17-year hiatus, the Trump administration wants to restart federal executions this month in Terre Haute, Indiana. The first was supposed to happen Monday, but it was delayed by an Indiana federal judge’s ruling. The Justice Department appealed that decision. Some questions and answers about the history of the death penalty: Q: HOW MANY FEDERAL EXECUTIONS HAVE THERE BEEN? A: . The federal government has never been a prolific executioner. It has carried out no more...
    CHICAGO (AP) — Executions carried out by federal authorities have stopped, restarted and stopped again for long stretches since the first one in 1790, when U.S. marshals hanged a mariner in Maine for fatally shooting the captain of a slave ship. After a 17-year hiatus, the Trump administration wants to restart federal executions this month in Terre Haute, Indiana. The first was supposed to happen Monday, but it was delayed by an Indiana federal judge’s ruling. The Justice Department appealed that decision. Some questions and answers about the history of the death penalty: Q: HOW MANY FEDERAL EXECUTIONS HAVE THERE BEEN? A: . The federal government has never been a prolific executioner. It has carried out no more than a...
    By MICHAEL TARM, AP Legal Affairs Writer CHICAGO (AP) — Executions carried out by federal authorities have stopped, restarted and stopped again for long stretches since the first one in 1790, when U.S. marshals hanged a mariner in Maine for fatally shooting the captain of a slave ship. After a 17-year hiatus, the Trump administration wants to restart federal executions this month in Terre Haute, Indiana. The first was supposed to happen Monday, but it was delayed by an Indiana federal judge's ruling. The Justice Department appealed that decision. Some questions and answers about the history of the death penalty: Q: HOW MANY FEDERAL EXECUTIONS HAVE THERE BEEN? A: . The federal government has never been a prolific executioner. It...
    Although lots of other sportspeople and sporting activities corporations like Components 1, the NFL and Premier League soccer have been vocal in guidance of the Black Life Subject movement considering that the killing of George Floyd, Westwood agrees that golfing has been considerably quieter.During an Instagram Live job interview yesterday with CNN’s Amanda Davies, he explained: “You know, arguably, the best player in our activity is Black [Tiger Woods] and he’s accomplished a whole lot to boost golfing in diverse ethnic quarters. But I feel we can always do extra for confident.”Through the PGA Tour’s resumption at the Charles Schwab Problem previous thirty day period, a moment of silence was held during every single spherical in place of the 8:46...
    Students from the Spanish Cervantes School in Uruguay during the return of the face-to-face classes in Montevideo. (Free Press Photo: EFE) The low incidence of covid-19 in Uruguay and the strict sanitary protocol approved led the South American country to become the first in Latin America to resume face-to-face education, after more than 3 months in which virtual platforms were its main ally. . The use of a mask upon arrival, cleaning shoes on a sanitary mat, disinfecting hands and giving answers to a short questionnaire are some of the steps that students must face before entering the classroom, in which they must keep their distance from his companions. After a gradual process, started on April 22 in...
    A white woman, 54, who was caught on camera carrying out multiple racist attacks last month including yelling 'go back to whatever Asian country you came from' at a jogger has been arrested for battery over an incident back in October.   Lena Hernandez, a retired social worker, was arrested Friday and charged with battery after she allegedly pushed a woman to the ground and hit her in Del Amo Mall in Torrance, California, when the woman tried to protect a janitor from the suspect's angry tirade.  Hernandez was tracked down by cops after victim Kayceelyn Salminao recognized her alleged attacker in two separate racist videos posted on social media last month showing the suspect verbally harassing Asian people.  In one video Hernandez...
    Coronavirus — Dose of COVID-19 vaccine from Oxford University. Oxford Vaccine Group Photo According to the leading scientist for the COVID-19 vaccine at the University of Oxford, immunization of this would take several years The vaccine against him COVID-19 developed by the Oxford University it could immunize people for ‘several years’. This was explained by the professor of Vaccination, Sarah Gilbert, who directs the project. In a communication with the Committee on Science and Technology of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom, the expert reported that the tests carried out so far are “promising”, when observing a “correct immune response”. Based on evidence from the vaccine, it would provide better protection against SARS-CoV-2 than any immunity natural...
    OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Burkina Faso's defence ministry said on Wednesday it has launched an investigation following the discovery of seven bullet-ridden corpses in the outskirts of a town in the east where the army had carried out an operation. Security forces in Burkina Faso and neighbouring Sahel nations are on the offensive against jihadi militants linked to al Qaeda and the Islamic State, who have carried out attacks and stoked inter-communal conflicts. Rights groups have warned abuses are rampant in the region as national armies track suspected militants. "Following a military operation carried out on June 29 in the locality of Boumoana, near Tanwalbougou, seven bodies of individuals who were shot dead were reportedly discovered by the residents in the...
    Coronavirus — EFE photo Mexico City has carried out nearly 100,000 COVID-19 detection tests so far in the pandemic, confirms the capital’s government During the press conference on the COVID-19 in Mexico City, it was announced that, in the country’s capital, there have been nearly 100,000 coronavirus screening tests since the start of the pandemic. Screenshot Eduardo Clark, General Director of Government of the Public Innovation Agency explained that of the about 100 thousand tests nearly 40 percent have been done in the past three weeks. The official explained that in the last 20 days, the Ministry of Health of Mexico City increased the taking of samples per week and that they are now carried out around 10,342 weekly...
    Ray Allen strongly trains his sons on free throws Ray Allen was one of the best free-throw pitchers in his NBA career, accumulating a lifetime average of 89.4%. Now the former Bucks, Celtics and Heat player wants his kids to have that same ability and propels them to be infallible from the sigh line. Allen puts pressure on them and says in the video that they have to feel pressured, since in visitor matches they shout all kinds of things at you to try to get you out of concentration. Ray Allen explained to his kids how to be clutch during tough moments? #FathersDay (via trayfour / IG) pic.twitter.com/x9mBgF1frv – Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) June 22, 2020 What is clear is...
    Coronavirus — The protocol sent by the Ministry of Health to the residences, on March 5, he urged the workers of these centers “in general” to continue “With normal work activity” despite having been in contact with infected. In any case, it was added, “a surveillance would be carried out to detect the appearance of symptoms early ». The main problem, reported by the organizations, was the lack of diagnostic tests to check if the worker was infected. The guide prepared by the department of Salvador Illa to respond to the critical situation in the nursing homes did not include the carrying out of massive tests among the staff -something that is still not implemented today- and limited itself...