Australians React To Scott Morrison’s Claim

Sixty per cent of Daily Mail Australia readers agree with Scott Morrison’s decision to keep international borders shut indefinitely to stem the spread of COVID, as the virus proceeds to wreak devastation in India, Europe and the United States, and Australia’s Prime Minister pledged to continue his tough position on borders. Scott Morrison said AustraliansContinue reading “Australians React To Scott Morrison’s Claim”

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Boris Johnson Rules Out COVID Public Inquiry

The Government has told bereaved families it’s too occupied dealing with the coronavirus pandemic to start an immediate public inquiry into its handling of the crisis. In a letter to lawyers representing families who’ve lost loved ones during the pandemic, the Government appeared to rule out starting an official inquiry for months. It said anContinue reading “Boris Johnson Rules Out COVID Public Inquiry”

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Philip’s Funeral Is Set To Be Next Saturday

Straight to the point in death as in life, the Duke of Edinburgh always maintained he wanted a funeral with minimal fuss. His wish for what is known as a royal ceremonial funeral similar to the Queen Mother’s, rather than a full state funeral, had already been granted. But the pandemic will have a significantContinue reading “Philip’s Funeral Is Set To Be Next Saturday”

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COVID Jobs Bloodbath

According to new figures, nearly 190,000 jobs have been lost and more than 15,000 stores were forced to close in the retail bloodbath since the first national lockdown a year ago. The Centre for Retail Research has unveiled that 188,685 retail jobs in the United Kingdom disappeared between the start of the first lockdown onContinue reading “COVID Jobs Bloodbath”

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AstraZeneca Concerns Throw Europe’s Vaccine Rollout Into Deeper Chaos

Germany, France, Italy and Spain became the latest countries to suspend the use of the vaccine even as a third wave of the pandemic threatens the continent. As a third wave of the pandemic crashes over Europe, questions about the safety of one of the continent’s most commonly available vaccines led Germany, France, Italy andContinue reading “AstraZeneca Concerns Throw Europe’s Vaccine Rollout Into Deeper Chaos”

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In Nepal And Across The World

The pandemic has worsened economic distress, and investigations have revealed a distinct connection between marrying early and dying young. In Rapti Sonari, Nepal, Sapana dreamed of becoming a government official, and each night, in her hut along a bumpy dirt road, the 17-year-old lit a single solar-powered bulb hanging from the ceiling and hit theContinue reading “In Nepal And Across The World”

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Asda Shopper Pulls Down Mask And Spits At A Woman

An Asda shopper spat in a woman’s face during an altercation at a Liverpool store. The woman was left shaken up and shocked after the shopper pulled down her mask and spat all over her in the Walton branch. The victim, who asked to remain nameless, told a newspaper outlet that they were verbally abusiveContinue reading “Asda Shopper Pulls Down Mask And Spits At A Woman”

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He’s Beaten Her Black And Blue For Years

Over the past year, stories of domestic violence have grown enormously, while refuge places are scarce. The pandemic has had a disastrous impact on women in abusive relationships, ensnaring them in their homes with violent, manipulative or controlling men, and the UN has described the global rise in domestic abuse as a shadow pandemic, andContinue reading “He’s Beaten Her Black And Blue For Years”

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How Do Pandemics Usually End?

Ever since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, people around the world have been asking the same questions, how and when will the pandemic come to an end? If only there was a clear cut answer. Different efforts have been taken across the world to mitigate the impact of the virus. On 23 March, aContinue reading “How Do Pandemics Usually End?”

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Customers Still Like To Shop In Person

When the pandemic forced Dick’s Sporting Goods to close its hundreds of stores in March, the retailer hurried to set up curbside pick up within two days – its initial endeavour, though, was just this side of a children’s lemonade stand. Lauren Hobart, president of Dick’s said that when you drove up, there was aContinue reading “Customers Still Like To Shop In Person”

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