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Covid passports, which will be used for the first time by sports fans on Sunday at England's European Championship game on Sunday, will "disproportionately discriminate" on the basis of race, religion, age and socio-economic background, a bipartisan body concluded.MPs on the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee (PACAC) said the decision to allow certification that gives people access to...
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Dr. Scott Gottlieb said Monday Americans who have digital access to their Covid vaccination status would be helpful in managing the coronavirus pandemic in the months ahead.In an interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box," the former Food and Drug Administration commissioner attempted to downplay privacy concerns that conflict with the denial of the review requirements."The whole discussion about vaccination...
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OPINION | This article contains political comments that reflect the author's opinion.Florida Governor Ron DeSantis rejects the need for vaccination records.If people have already received confirmation that they have received the vaccine, what else do I need to have a vaccination certificate? If the government could just run off like a king, that would be very nice.Gosh,...
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1.48am EST01:48SummaryHere are the key developments from the last few hours: Toronto cancels outdoor events through July. Canada’s largest city Toronto is cancelling all large in-person, city-permitted outdoor events through July as the country seeks to stave off a third wave of the coronavirus pandemic.A new coronavirus variant is on the rise in New York City, researchers said on...
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Around 600 national third country nurses work in Malta, but around 150 have moved abroad or submitted their resignation since December, union sources said. "It's a crisis," the MUMN union said in a statement. Other southern European countries have complained about the shortage of nurses during the coronavirus pandemic, with wealthier northern nations being able to offer better packages....
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