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Penn Urges Businesses To Create, Update Business Continuity Plans For COVID-19

Acting Director of the Department of Disaster Management, Jasen Penn has urged businesses in the British Virgin Islands to ensure that they have business continuity plans to include the deadly COVID-19 virus.

From Pandemic to Endemic: The Omicron Shift in Europe to learn to live with the virus just as any other virus

A number of governments have changed their approaches to the coronavirus, to one that is more like how we treat the flu. Public health experts say it’s too soon to make that call.

Americans getting furstrated from the so called "pandeminc" panic that damage their life much more than the virus itself

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot talks about the ongoing Chicago school shutdown. Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, Vice Provost for Global Initiatives, University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. Céline Gounder epidemiologist at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine and Bellevue Hospital, join Meet the Press for an exclusive joint interview to discuss their call for a "new normal" plan to fight Covid.

Rule of law? Not in Australia. Politicians are above the legal system, manipulating championship identity by not allowing the winner to participate

Novak Djokovic's Australian visa has been revoked for a second time, all but ending the ambitions of the world's number one male tennis player to contest the Australian Open and win a record 21st grand slam. Whoever will become the champion in the Australian contest, will be a fake champion, as the real one has been blocked by bureaucrats, by politicians that do not respect their own legal system.

BVICCHA’s Chair Peeved; Prospect Reef Remains Abandoned By Gov’t

Chairperson of the BVI Chamber of Commerce and Hotel Association (BVICCHA), Mrs. Shaina Smith-Archer appeared peeved that the state-owned Prospect Reef Resort continues to remain in a state of abandonment following the 2017 hurricanes, which destroyed the once functioning facility.

Canada says vaccine mandates work as Quebec's 'unvaxxed tax' leads to spike in first dose appointments

One day after the Canadian province of Quebec announced it would financially penalize residents who are unvaccinated, the province's health minister said Wednesday first-time appointments spiked in the hours following the announcement.

Fauci says Sen. Rand Paul's false accusations 'kindles the crazies' and have incited death threats

U.S. infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci called out Republican Sen. Rand Paul during a congressional hearing Tuesday, accusing the lawmaker of spreading bad information and inciting death threats against him over Fauci's work on the Covid-19 pandemic.

Military Documents about Gain of Function contradict Fauci testimony under oath

Project Veritas has obtained startling never-before-seen documents regarding the origins of COVID-19, gain of function research, vaccines, potential treatments which have been suppressed, and the government’s effort to conceal all of this.

YP Opposition Leader Wants D7 Healthcare Facility Reopened In Face Of Rising COVID-19 Cases

Pointing to the upward spiralling of the COVID-19 cases in the Territory, Virgin Islands Youth Parliament Opposition Leader, Mr. Kevon Lettsome has called on Deputy Premier and Seventh District Representative, Hon. Dr. Natalio Wheatley to find the resources to reopen the Rosalind Penn Health Centre that has been closed for some time.

The twists and turns in Novak Djokovic's farcical court hearing

Judge asked 'What more could this man have done?' and ordered immediate release of detained tennis star

Novak Djokovic: Judge orders immediate release of tennis star

The judge hearing Novak Djokovic's challenge to an order by the Australian government revoking his entry visa has dramatically overturned the decision. Judge Anthony Kelly quashes the decision to cancel the player's Australian visa on Covid vaccination grounds.

A massive fire has devastated a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh destroyed 1,200 shelters

A massive fire has devastated a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh, leaving thousands of people homeless. “About 1,200 houses were burnt in the fire,” a spokesman for the Armed Police Battalion, Kamran Hossain, said on Sunday.

You Know What Would Help Exhausted Doctors and Nurses? More Money!

As health care workers prepare to enter the third year of the pandemic, we are experiencing disillusionment and burnout on an extraordinary scale. Many of us have confronted more death and sickness than ever before in our careers.

Sandeep Jauhar

End mass jabs and live with Covid, says ex-head of UK vaccine taskforce

Finally an honest, brave doctor, without any conflict of financial interest speaks out about "The Emperor's New Clothes": Covid should now be treated like flu, and ministers should end mass-vaccination after the booster campaign, the former Chairman of the UK’s vaccine taskforce Dr Clive Dix has said.

Some Hong Kong Officials Avoid Quarantine on False Positive Test

Some Hong Kong government officials who attended a large birthday party that emerged as a Covid-19 cluster may avoid the city’s spartan quarantine camp after a surprising turn of events.

‘After 900 nuclear tests on our land, US wants to ethnically cleanse us’: meet the most bombed nation in the world

Native-American nation's land was turned into a nuclear test site. Now, they suffer from illnesses

Embattled Johnson facing new round of corruption allegations in UK!

United Kingdom Prime Minister, Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson ‘aka ‘Boris’ has been accused of a new round of corruption allegations for 2022, after it emerged that he sought funds for his flat refurbishment from a Conservative donor while promising to consider plans for a mystery “great exhibition”.

The time has come to get on with our lives

If anyone had any doubts about the wisdom of tempting fate then they probably haven’t considered the case of Betty White and People magazine.

Supply chain crisis: McDonald's Japan slices fries to small size as it faces shipping snags

Japanese customers will have to settle for a small serving of McDonald's fries for the next month or so after the fast-food chain said it was limiting portions due to shipping problems.

Oil gain on Kazakh, Libyan concerns

Oil prices settled lower on Friday, as the market weighed supply concerns from the unrest in Kazakhstan and outages in Libya against a U.S. jobs report that missed expectations and its potential impact on Federal Reserve policy.