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A man was charged with making graphic threats to Fauci, warning he would soon be’hunted, tortured, beaten, [and] enslaved’
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A man was charged with making graphic threats to Fauci, warning he would soon be’hunted, tortured, beaten, [and] enslaved’

A man faces felony charges after making violent threats to infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci. Thomas Patrick Connally, Jr., was accused of sending graphic insults and death threats to Fauci's email from December 2020 to July 2021. Connally appeared to be disgruntled regarding Fauci's guidance on getting the COVID-19 vaccine. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
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CDC: Color-coded map reveals where Americans need to wear masks again, and where you can go maskless, outside of schools

The CDC is now recommending that fully vaccinated people wear masks when indoors in public in certain areas. A federal, color-coded map shows the red and orange zones where masks are recommended. LoadingSomething is loading. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now recommending that fully vaccinated people put their masks back on when indoors in public, ...
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The CDC now recommends masks for vaccinated people — but at least 6 major cities had already told residents to mask up again

LoadingSomething is loading. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended on Tuesday that vaccinated people wear masks in public indoor settings — a change from the previous guidelines, which suggested vaccinated people didn't need masks. The new rules apply to areas of the country with high rates of coronavirus transmission, as well as K-12 schools, the CDC said.Some vaccinated Americans, though, have already been told to ma...
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CDC: The coronavirus could be’just a few mutations’ away from evading the vaccines

The head of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday that the coronavirus is "just a few mutations potentially away" from possibly evading the available COVID-19 vaccines. "The largest concern that I think we in public health and science are worried about is that virus and the potential mutations away we are from a very transmissible virus that has the potential to evade our vaccines, in terms of how it protects us from severe disease and death," CDC director Rochelle Walensky said during a press briefing. Walensky added, "The big concern is that the next variant that might emerge-just a few mutations potentially away-could potentially evade our vaccines. "She explained that "f...
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CDC: Everyone should mask up indoors — whether they’re fully vaccinated or not — as the Delta variant sweeps the US

The CDC has published its new mask guidelines: Everyone should wear masks indoors, regardless of vaccine status. Masks are particularly important in areas of high COVID-19 transmission and in schools, the CDC said. The CDC said in May that masks were no longer necessary for fully vaccinated people. LoadingSomething is loading. The Centers for D...
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A British ICU doctor described seeing her patients regret not getting vaccinated:’You can see it dawn on them’

A British ICU doctor says the "vast majority" of her COVID-19 patients have been "completely unvaccinated." Samantha Batt-Rawden told The Guardian that many regret not getting the jab after they wind up hospitalized. "You can see it dawn on them that they potentially made the biggest mistake of their lives," she said. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
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Tokyo reaches a record number of infections in the middle of the Olympic Games. | Digital Trends Spanish

Tokyo authorities announced this Tuesday, July 27, that the city registered 2,848 new cases of COVID-19, which is a record because it is the highest number recorded since the start of the pandemic. This number occurs just when the city hosts the Olympic Games and surpasses the previous record, registered on January 7 when infections reached 2,520. It also comes amid the fourth state of emergency, which will run in Japan's capital until August 22. “We are concerned because the number of people in serious condition is increasing. Those over 65 infected are 2 percent of the positive. The important thing is that young people get vaccinated as soon as possible, ”said the governor of Tokyo, Yuriko Koike. Getty Images.In Japan, only 25.5 percent of the population has received the two doses ...
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A vaccine-skeptic dad died from COVID-19, realizing too late that he should have got the shot, his doctor said

A 34-year-old dad who avoided COVID-19 vaccines later died of the illness. His doctor said that he wanted to'turn back time' and get jabbed he became seriously ill. Around 70% of the UK has been fully vaccinated, and vaccine hesitancy is rare, official data shows. LoadingSomething is loading. A UK man who refused the COVID-19 vaccine said he wi...
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US stock futures dip as investors eye Big Tech earnings, while Asian equities slide on escalating Chinese clampdowns

Bryan R. Smith / AFP via Getty Images Global stock markets traded lower on Tuesday as investors moved into wait-and-see mode. Alibaba and Meituan shares slide in Hong Kong, on worries about China's regulatory crackdowns. The US rise in COVID-19 cases could prompt the Fed to stick to its pace of asset purchases, a strategist said. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. US stocks looked poised to open slightly lower on Tuesday as investors focus on earnings reports from major technology companies, while Asian equities slid on concerns about China's clampdowns on key industry sectors.Futures on the Dow Jones, S&P 500, and Nasdaq fell as much as 0.4%, suggesting the indexes will trade lower when markets open later in the day.Tesla reported earnings ...
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COVID-19 can cause male infertility and sexual dysfunction | Digital Trends Spanish

In recent weeks, a new hoax has proliferated linking COVID-19 vaccines with erectile dysfunction and male infertility. While there is no research to confirm this theory, there is one that states that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, could cause both disorders. A team of researchers from the University of Miami has found that the virus can cause male infertility and sexual dysfunction in men of all ages, including younger and middle-aged men. During the investigation, tissues from the autopsy of the testicles of six men who died of COVID-19 infection were analyzed. The virus appeared in the tissues of one of the men and a decrease in the number of sperm was found in three of them. Another patient, who survived the disease, underwent a testicle biopsy three months after the...