Dr. Scott Gottlieb alerts Covid vaccine receivers against letting

Dr. Scott Gottlieb on Thursday cautioned coronavirus vaccine receivers against letting their guards down right now, telling CNBC they ought to follow public-health steps such as using masks. The previous U.S. Fda commissioner said the advice is particularly crucial for elderly Americans who are at higher risk of death or …

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Norwegian axes long run flights and cuts 1,100 Gatwick tasks

Norwegian has revealed it will no longer fly long-haul routes, even after the pandemic, bringing an end to its inexpensive, long-haul vision and spelling the loss of about 1,100 tasks based at Gatwick airport. The airline company stated it would retrench to a short-haul European network and domestic Norwegian routes …

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Pimlico Plumbers to present ‘no jab, no job’ work contracts

Move comes amid issues about Covid ‘anti-vaxxers’ and hesitancy to use vaccine Pimlico Plumbers will introduce a “no jab, no task” policy requiring all of its workers to be immunized against Covid-19. Charlie Mullins, Pimlico’s creator and former chief executive, now chairman, stated the business’s attorneys were drafting brand-new employment …

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Covid infection offers some immunity for a minimum of 5 months, UK

Clients arrive in ambulances at the Royal London Healthcare Facility, on January 05, 2021 in London, England. The British Prime Minister made a nationwide tv address on Monday evening revealing England is to enter its 3rd lockdown of the covid-19 pandemic. Today the UK tape-recorded more than 50,000 brand-new verified …

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Daily Telegraph owner Sir David Barclay dies at 86

Sir David Barclay, among the 2 billionaire siblings who own the Telegraph newspaper group, has passed away unexpectedly after a brief health problem aged 86. Operating in partnership with his identical twin, Frederick, the pair became 2 of the most successful British business owners of their time, venturing into hotels, …

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