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The number of Covid patients in Florida hospitals has risen to a new high of 11,515 Florida residents currently in hospital, breaking records set during previous waves before vaccines were available.
3…………> 4th Reich Go Away: EU Public
One popular theory is that German banking interests helped foster the European Union in its current form to boost Berlin’s economic might, with Poland saying is not interested in the construction of a German “Fourth Reich” .
4………….> The Omicron Deadly Spread: Booster Shortages
The emergence of the Omicron variant has caused a scramble for booster shots in richer nations, scientists and international organisations say tackling vaccine inequality is the only way to fight the global threat of Covid-19. As cases continue to soar, some 120 countries have already started implementing booster programmes.
5………….> Largest Space Telescope: In Orbit
The $10bn James Webb telescope has left Earth on its mission to show the first stars to light up the Universe. The observatory was lifted skyward by an Ariane rocket from the Kourou spaceport in French Guiana.