Covid HORROR: Doctor warns ‘Pandora’s box of disaster’ is open as strain plagues India

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Ministry of Health staff sent home after water main bursts in Wellington

Ministry of Health staff have been instructed to work from home after a water main burst on Wellington’s Molesworth St, the Herald understands. Wellington Water advised just before 9am that a team was responding to a burst water main at 69 Molesworth St. “We are currently isolating the watermain, which

Brazil Covid mutation warning: Deadly variants will sweep across globe –and UK will be hit

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Boris urged to fight back against EU bullies trying to ‘scapegoat’ UK over vaccine fiasco

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COVID-19: World Health Organisation chief hits out at ‘shocking imbalance’ of vaccine doses for poorer countries

There remains a “shocking imbalance” in the global distribution of coronavirus vaccines, the head of the World Health Organisation has said. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that on average, one in four people in rich countries have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine – compared with only one

Spain and Italy join EU nations ignoring EMA advice and limiting use of AstraZeneca jab

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‘You’ve failed!’ Greek PM savages Brussels over bungled coronavirus vaccine rollout

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‘Total b*ll**ks!’ Guy Verhofstadt mocked for demanding ‘more EU’ to solve health crisis

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U.S. regulators inch toward pet-insurance rules as Sir Purrs A Lot ails

(Reuters) – U.S. insurance regulators are close to creating a legal standard for pet insurance that would address long-standing consumer complaints that insurers rarely pay up when their furry friends are not well.A dog named Tallulah who injured her foot on February 20, requiring surgery and several follow-up vet appointments

Putin blasted for not being pictured while taking Covid jab – ‘It was sugar in there’

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