BookmarkLONDON: London mayor Sadiq Khan said on Friday (Sep 13) that the British capital's New Year's Eve fireworks display, which annually attracts tens of thousands of people, will not go ahead on Dec 31 due to the coronavirus pandemic."There will not be fireworks on New Year's Eve this year like in previous years," he told LBC radio.
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No train service on parts of North-South, East-West, Circle lines after power fault
There was a partial blackout at Boon Lay station while passengers at Choa Chu Kang station were detrained and walked on the tracks that run above the street.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
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Covid-19 vaccine leaders make trial plans public in transparency pushWASHINGTON (BLOOMBERG) - Makers of the leading coronavirus vaccine candidates disclosed detailed information about their pivotal late-stage clinical trials and how they plan to gauge their shots' safety and effectiveness.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Joe Biden rejects Trump claim that Covid-19 vaccine is imminentMOOSIC, PENNSYLVANIA (REUTERS) - US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Thursday (Sept 17) bluntly contradicted President Donald Trump's suggestion that a coronavirus vaccine may be only weeks away, warning Americans they cannot trust the president's word.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Fifa estimates Covid-19 will cost global football S$14.9 billion