Thailand plans to administer 6 million shots in June using the AstraZeneca and Sinovac vaccines, according to the country's Public Relations department.
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Relocating a Commercial Spacecraft at the Space Station on This Week @NASA – July 23, 2021
Relocating a commercial spacecraft at the space station, while another one gets ready to launch to the station, and Perseverance prepares for a mission miles...
Now do what the US Embassy is doing for citizens in Thailand... They won't procure vaccinations for citizens. I thought we were all included? The embassy staff in Bangkok was vaccinated months ago. The rest of us? We're told to wait... TaxedNotVaxed Bones_officiel
U.S. Federal Research Facility Reportedly Found Covid-19 Lab Leak Theory To Be PlausibleThe study, which was prepared in May 2020, was used by the U.S. State Department to investigate Covid-19’s origins in the last months of the Trump presidency. voortschrijdend inzicht ...
Covid-19: GCSE and A-level grades appeal guidance issuedPupils will be able to appeal results if they think an 'unreasonable academic judgement' was made.
Mongolia votes for new president amid COVID-19 campaign curbsMongolia goes to the polls on Wednesday to choose its sixth democratically-elected president, with the ruling Mongolian People's Party (MPP) on the cusp of consolidating its power following a low-key campaign crimped by COVID-19 curbs. wow
Washington State Approves 'Joints For Jabs' COVID-19 Vaccine PromotionThe Evergreen State is allowing cannabis retailers to offer a free joint to people getting their coronavirus shot in an effort to increase vaccinations. wow Not how carrots and sticks was meant to work. Ohhhma
Acusaciones, comunismo, COVID-19 y un nombre controvertido en la política peruana definen la elecciónLas elecciones presidenciales del domingo en Perú se producen cuando muchos ciudadanos están perdiendo la esperanza en su economía y su democracia.
India’s Covid-19 immunisation drive exposes urban-countryside disparityIn 114 of India’s least developed districts – collectively home to about 176 million people – authorities have administered just 23 million doses. That’s the same number of doses given across nine major cities.