Natural immunity was more potent than vaccines during US Delta wave — study

During the latest wave of coronavirus in the United States fueled by the Delta variant, people who were unvaccinated but had previously recovered from COVID-19 were better protected than those who were vaccinated and previously uninfected, according to a new study on Wednesday. . The finding is the latest to influence a debate about the … Read more

Premarket stocks: The pandemic boom is over. Just ask Peloton and Netflix

Now the pandemic boom is over. Netflix and Peloton lost around a fifth of their market value on Thursday after the two companies disappointed investors. Netflix said in an earnings report that it added fewer subscribers than expected in the fourth quarter. More worryingly, the streaming giant predicted that it would only add 2.5 million … Read more

Democrats slim down ambitions after back-to-back failures

Nonetheless, the party’s more modest approach was on display Thursday afternoon as the Senate returned home for a break after the senses. Joe Manchin (DW.Va.) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-Arizona) joined Republicans in blocking a rules change that could have allowed election legislation to pass by a simple majority. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has organized votes … Read more

What next for Iran and Russia ties after Raisi-Putin meeting? | Vladimir Putin News

Tehran, Iran – Before leaving for Moscow this week, Ebrahim Raisi expressed hope that the visit, the first by an Iranian president in nearly five years, would lead to a “turning point” in his country’s relations with Russia. In the Russian capital, Raisi and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin supported the improvement of bilateral ties … Read more

Russell Westbrook disappointed with benching, remains undeterred about helping Los Angeles Lakers win in long run

Los Angeles Lakers star Russell Westbrook told ESPN he was disappointed with his fourth quarter benching in Wednesday’s loss to the Indiana Pacers, but remains undaunted about how he can “find out and do what’s best for us.” team to win in the long run.” Asked if he was surprised that coach Frank Vogel replaced … Read more

Apple to Stop Including EarPods With Every iPhone Sold in France From Next Week

Apple will no longer add EarPods to every iPhone sold in France from Jan. 24, according to a statement from a French carrier (via consumption). Apple was previously required to include EarPods in the “iPhone” box due to a French law that required every smartphone sold in the country come with a “hands-free kit,” but … Read more

Family found frozen to death near US-Canada border; Florida man arrested

A Central Florida man has been arrested in Minnesota and charged with human trafficking by the Minnesota US Attorney’s Office District after four people, including a child, were found dead in Canada. “What I’m about to share is going to be difficult for a lot of people to hear,” Royal Canadian Mounted Police Assistant Commissioner … Read more

Red Cross: Yemen prison airstrike killed, injured over 100

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (AFP) – A Saudi-led air strike on a prison run by Houthi rebels in Yemen killed and wounded more than 100 detainees on Friday, rescue workers said, part of a bombing air attack that saw hours before another air strike targeted Arab world. The poorest country offline. A raid in the … Read more

How do I know if I have long Covid?

Stuart Katz, a cardiologist at NYU Langone, got Covid-19 in December 2020, right before he was able to receive the Covid-19 vaccine as a health care professional. When we spoke for this article, more than a year since his infection, he told me excitedly that he just discovered he was able to eat honey again … Read more