Shake Shack offers free fries with burger purchase to anyone who gets Covid-19 jab

24/6/2021 4:31:00 PM

Shake Shack offers free fries with burger purchase to anyone who gets Covid-19 jab

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Mouse plague forces Australian prison evacuation

SYDNEY — A mouse plague ravaging Australia's farmlands forced the evacuation of hundreds of inmates from a rural jail on Tuesday (June 23), as the rodents broke in and chewed through essential infrastructure.

A cheap treat built on the name of covid.

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