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Boss AstraZeneca Disappointed About the Faltering Vaccine Supply

AstraZeneca CEO Pascal Soriot is "disappointed" that the production and delivery of his corona vaccine to the European Union are disappointing. "Just like you," he said in the European Parliament, which is questioning him and other vaccine manufacturers on Thursday. AstraZeneca has reported setback after setback in recent weeks. In the first three months of this year, the EU had to make…

Pharmaceutical J&J Wins on Wall Street After News About vaccine

The American pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson (J&J) was put higher on the stock exchange in New York on Wednesday. Investors responded positively to news that the American regulator FDA has called the corona vaccine from Leiden pharmaceutical company Janssen, part of J&J, "safe and effective". In early trading on Wall Street, the pharmaceutical company was up about 1…

Notorious Drug Lord El Chapo Wife Arrested at US Airport

The wife of infamous Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera, the former leader of the Mexican Sinaloa cartel, was arrested by US authorities on Monday at an airport Virginia state. She was arrested when she arrived in the United States via Dulles International Airport, just outside Washington, the US Department of Justice reports. The 31-year-old woman, Emma Coronel Aispuro,…

Trump Alludes to 2024 Presidential Election Candidacy

Ex-president Donald Trump will call himself `` a plausible presidential candidate '' for the Republican party in a speech in Orlando on Sunday, according to the news site Axios. Trump is a speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), an annual gathering of leading conservatives. It will be Trump's first public appearance since he left the White House on January 20.…

British Opposition Leader Wants A Permanent Bigger Role for the State

The state must play a much bigger role as Britain recovers from the effects of the pandemic. In comparing the era to the years after World War II, Labour opposition leader Keir Starmer brings this up. "People will expect more from the government and count on help in a difficult time, protection and a better future for them and their families." Starmer does not see this as something…

South Africa Starts the Vaccination Campaign

In South Africa, the national vaccination campaign has started in a hospital in Cape Town. A nurse was the first to receive a vaccine from Johnson & Johnson. The start of the vaccination program was delayed because the authorities previously decided not to use the stored vaccines made by the University of Oxford and the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. According to the…

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