NYT > World > Europe: Pfizer Reaps Hundreds of Millions in Profits From Covid Vaccine | Is this exactly the brilliantly inventive idea of the Russian-Jewish MOB behind this man made "PANDEMIC"?! Pfizer's German - "Turkish" (Russian MOB's?) partner BioNTech smells awfully suspicious. | Far-right crime hits record high in Germany posted at 11:52:13 UTC
Is this exactly the brilliantly inventive idea of the Russian-Jewish MOB behind this man made "PANDEMIC"?!
Along with the many other incentives and rationales, e.g.: buying the Real Estate on the cheap, control over the local Mafia groups, infiltration of the State structures, etc., etc. ?!
It looks like a very convenient way to rule the World. Is this so, the hypothetical New Abwehr?!
What are your answers, CIA and FBI?!
What are your answers, the World Security and Intelligence Services?!
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An official social media post contrasting Beijing’s successes with its neighbor’s coronavirus woes drew a backlash from some, who called it callous.
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Israel and Lebanon have resumed US-mediated talks aimed at ending a decades-long maritime border dispute in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. The indirect talks were called off weeks after they began in October.
The talks, between countries still technically at war, kicked off at the UN base in the town of Naqura in southern Lebanon, the National News Agency reported on Tuesday.
A deal would encourage international companies to invest, which would help Lebanon’s crippling debt, but the decision to engage in talks appears motivated by political considerations and manoeuvring, not just economics.
Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut, Lebanon.
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- Denmark banned Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine on Monday.
- The risk of rare, unusual blood clots as a side effect outweighed the shot's benefits, authorities said.
- J&J's vaccine was highly effective at preventing COVID-19 in trials.
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The risk of unusual blood clots outweighs the benefits of the J&J vaccine, the Danish Health Authority said in a statement Monday.
J&J's vaccine was highly effective at preventing COVID-19 in trials, but has come under scrutiny across the world following reports of rare unusual blood clots in six women aged 18 to 48 who received the vaccine in the US on April 13. At the time, 6.8 million Americans had received the single dose vaccine.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) said on April 20 that unusual blood clots with low platelets were a very rare side effect of J&J's vaccine. But the overall benefit of the vaccine outweighed the very low risk of blood clots, it said. European countries can make their own decisions on vaccine rollouts.
The US immediately resumed its J&J vaccine rollout on April 23 after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said the benefits of the shot outweighed its risks. The ruling followed a 10-day investigation.
The Danish Health Authority said that it would continue to monitor the data coming out of the US.
No Danes have received J&J's vaccine because it was put on hold by the Danish Health Authority while they evaluated its risks.
The Danish Health Authority said that other vaccines were available, and that the COVID-19 outbreak was under control in the country. Denmark has around 760 reported new cases each day, compared with more than 4,500 daily cases in December 2020, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Banning J&J's shot means a four-week delay in getting 20 to 39 year olds immunized, the Danish Health Authority said. The country is using COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna instead, which have had no safety concerns so far.
"One should also bear in mind that, going forward, we will first and foremost be vaccinating younger and healthy people," Helene Probst, deputy director general at the Danish Health Authority, said.
The Danish Health Authority said that all 65 year olds had at least been offered a COVID-19 vaccine. More than 11% of Danes are fully immunized, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Following the EMA's recommendation on J&J's vaccine, France decided to give J&J's shot to over 55s, Italy gave it to over 60s, and Spain to those between 70 and 79 years old.
Elbit Australia was informed of the decision without any explanations.
The first time the 30-meter long Long March 5B was launched, it nearly landed on US soil.
Violent crimes classified as political in nature rose by nearly 20% year-on-year to 3,365 and included 11 murders and 13 attempted murders, Seehofer said.