Tag Archives: COVID19

#WorldPoli: Turkmenistan Clamps Down on COVID-19 Criticism – #WorldPolitics

WASHINGTON – At the opening of a new hospital in November, President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow said no COVID-19 cases had been reported in Turkmenistan thanks to preventative actions. But social media users and news websites who counter that view are swiftly dealt with, say journalists and observers of the former Soviet …

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#WorldPoli: Syrian Activists Fear COVID-19 Outbreak in Syria’s Underground Prisons – #WorldPolitics

WASHINGTON – Syrian activist Maimouna al-Ammar, 33, has been searching for her two younger brothers since late 2012 when they were arbitrarily arrested along with their uncle Yousef al-Ammar and relative Bilal Koushan by the Syrian government secret police known as Mukhabarat. Al-Ammar told VOA she is increasingly concerned for …

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#CanPoli: NDP demands answers for Canadians on COVID-19 vaccine deals – #CDNPoli

OTTAWA– Today, New Democratic MPs released a vaccine contract disclosed by Brazil with British pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca that raises troubling questions about the Liberal government’s approach to vaccine negotiations in Canada. “The Trudeau government fought tooth and nail to avoid disclosing any vaccine contracts to Parliament, saying it threatened commercial …

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#FRAPoli: “Covid-19: how to overcome the crisis” – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

Dear friends, dear friends, Philippe Juvin, mayor of La Garenne-Colombes and head of the emergency department of the Georges-Pompidou European Hospital, will answer all your questions live during a conference devoted to the health situation, this Tuesday November 10 at 8:00 p.m.. You can follow this conference live on our …

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#FRAPoli: Question of the week: Covid-19 – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

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#USPolitics: COVID-19 Made America’s Already Extraordinarily Bad Fiscal Problems Worse – #USPoli

On Wednesday, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released separate reports on the ten-year budget outlook and the financial outlook for major federal trust funds. The reports show the impact of COVID-19 on the economy, the failure of Congress to responsibly manage federal spending, and the cost of doing nothing to …

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#UKPoli: We need to learn lessons from the Government’s response to COVID-19 – #UKPolitics

Back in July, Boris Johnson finally agreed to our demands to hold an independent inquiry into the Government’s response to coronavirus. The Prime Minister accepted his Government will “learn the lessons of this pandemic” and confirmed there will be in independent inquiry. BREAKING: Boris Johnson agrees to the Liberal Democrats’ …

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#UKPoli: Covid-19 hasn’t stopped Co-operation in Parliament – #UKPolitics

Earlier this year following Parliament’s enforced absence, the Chair of the Co-op Parliamentary Group, Jim McMahon, wrote about the work Co-op Parliamentarians had been doing in the immediate aftermath of the outbreak and ensuing lockdown to help address these issues. Since Parliament has returned, they have continued to play a …

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#USPolitics: Senate Republicans’ Next COVID-19 Bill Fails to Include Key Priorities and Continues to Dramatically Increase the Budget Deficit – #USPoli

On Monday, Senate Republicans rolled out their priorities for the next legislative of the phase to COVID-19. Entitled the Health, Economic Assistance, Liability Protections, and Schools (HEALS) Act, the legislation is a mashup of eight different pieces of legislation, the cost of which is expected to reach at least $1 …

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#CanPoli: Liberals made cuts to early warning system just months before COVID-19 pandemic – #CDNPoli

VANCOUVER – The Federal Liberal government made significant cuts and reduced the international monitoring function of the Global Public Health Intelligence Network (GPHIN) just months before the COVID-19 outbreak, leaving Canada vulnerable and preventative action slow to roll out. “This was an incredibly irresponsible decision,” said NDP Health Critic Don …

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