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Influenza vaccine does not increase COVID-19 risk: Study
It is even more important to receive the flu vaccination this year to help prevent a 'twindemic' of flu and COVID-19, the researchers said.
Phages: Tiny viruses that could help beat superbugs
It is, say enthusiasts, the cure that the world forgot. An old therapy that could take on the new superbugs.
New research shows many children with mental health conditions don’t get follow-up care
A large new study found that mental health care for many children in the US falls far short, particularly when it comes to the follow-up treatment they receive.
EU regulator in contact with 38 makers of potential COVID-19 vaccines
The European Medicines Agency has been in contact this month with 38 makers of potential COVID-19 vaccines, an official at the EU drugs regulator said on Tuesday.
Asia stock markets continue global fallout
Stock markets in Asia suffered on Tuesday from the fallout from UK and US investors worried about a rise in coronavirus cases.
Fed’s Powell says US economy faces long, uncertain recovery
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said the US economy is improving but has a long way to go before fully recovering from the coronavirus pandemic.
Luckin Coffee, associated firms fined $9m over scandal
Embattled Chinese chain Luckin Coffee is among a raft of 45 companies hit with a combined fine of nearly $9 million over a scandal involving false sales figures, China's market regulator said Tuesday.
US COVID deaths near 200,000 as UK 'heads in wrong direction'
The US is nearing the stark milestone of 200,000 deaths, nine months after the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, as cases in the UK rose to a four-month high and Europe continued to see rising infections.
Pakistan opposition urges end to military 'interference' in politics
Minister: Opposition ‘ganging up’ to pressure gov’t to close corruption cases
Pakistan’s opposition parties have launched a new platform to begin protests against Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government and make a rare denunciation of the military for meddling.
Judge halts WeChat download ban in US-China tech battle
A US judge on Sunday blocked the government's ban on WeChat downloads, hours before it was due to take effect in an ongoing technology and espionage battle between Washington and Beijing.
UN marks 75th anniversary facing world split by COVID-19
The United Nations will mark its 75th anniversary Monday, celebrating the mantra that "multilateralism is not an option but a necessity," even as the coronavirus underscores the fragility of international cooperation.
China launches counter-mechanism to US sanctions list
China said Saturday it had launched a mechanism enabling it to restrict foreign entities, a much-anticipated move seen as retaliation to US penalties against Chinese companies such as telecom giant Huawei.
Thousands rally in Thai capital against government
Thousands of protesters in Thailand’s capital demonstrated against the government of former coup leader and Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha on Saturday, with many also demanding reforms to the powerful monarchy.

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