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09:46 Sat 12
Why Do the Wealthy Pay Such Low Taxes?
Here's how the super-rich get away with dodging the IRS -- legally.

11:03 Fri 19
The Secret to Getting Into the 0% Tax Bracket
You may be able to legally ditch taxes if you do this.
01:40 Wed 15
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13:16 Fri 24
Sinovac's COVID-19 Vaccine Shows Efficacy, But Lags Rivals In Malaysian Study: Reuters
According to a real-world study from Malaysia,  Sinovac Biotech Ltd's  (NASDAQ: SVA ) COVID-19 vaccine, CoronaVac, showed effectiveness against serious illness.  However, shots from  Pfizer Inc  (NYSE: PFE ) /  BioNTech SE  (NASDAQ:  BNTX ) and  AstraZeneca plc  (NASDAQ: AZN ) demonstrated better protection rates,  reported Reuters . The latest data boosts Sinovac's COVID-19 vaccine that has been under scrutiny over its effectiveness following reports of infections among fully immunized healthcare ... Full story available on

11:14 Fri 24
Sinovacs COVID-19 vaccine highly effective against serious illness: study
Sinovacs COVID-19 vaccine is highly effective against serious illness, although rival shots from Pfizer/BioNTech and AstraZeneca showed better protection rates, a large real world study from Malaysia showed. The latest data is a boost to the Chinese firm, whose COVID-19 vaccine has been under growing scrutiny over its effectiveness following reports of infections among healthcare workers fully immunized with the Sinovac shot in Indonesia and Thailand. The study, conducted by the Malaysian government, found that 0.011% of about 7.2 million recipients of the Sinovac shot required treatment in intensive care units (ICU) for COVID-19 infections, health officials told reporters on Thursday. By contrast, 0.002% of about 6.5 million recipients of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine needed ICU treatment for COVID-19 infections, while 0.001% of 744,958 recipients of the AstraZeneca shot required similar treatment. Kalaiarasu Peariasamy, a director at the Institute for Clinical Research that conducted the study along with a national COVID-19 taskforce, said vaccinations regardless of the brand have reduced the risk of admission to intensive care by 83% and lowered the risk of death by 88% based on a smaller study involving about 1.26 million people. The breakthrough rate for intensive care unit admission is extremely low, he said, adding overall ICU admissions among fully vaccinated individuals stood at 0.0066%. Mortality rate of the fully vaccinated people was also low at 0.01% and the majority of them were either above 60 years of age or with comorbidities. There were differences in the demographics of the recipients of the three vaccines and it could have resulted in the different results, Kalaiarasu said. Many of AstraZeneca recipients were in the mid-adulthood age, while the Pfizer and Sinovac shots were very much for the vulnerable population, he said. AstraZeneca recipients also accounted for a much smaller proportion of the study, which involved about 14.5 million fully vaccinated individuals and conducted for more than five months since April 1. In July, Malaysia said it will stop administering the Sinovac vaccine once its supplies end, as it has a sufficient number of other vaccines for its programme. The Sinovac vaccine has been widely used in several countries including China, Indonesia, Thailand and Brazil, and the company said earlier this month it had supplied 1.8 billion doses at home and abroad. Malaysia has fully vaccinated 58.7% of its 32 million population and gave at least one dose to 68.8%. The post Sinovacs COVID-19 vaccine highly effective against serious illness: study appeared first on ARY NEWS . from ScienceTechnology ARY NEWS

04:30 Fri 24
China Courts Vietnam With More COVID-19 Vaccines, Mistrust Remains
Chinas actual donation of COVID-19 vaccines to Vietnam has already been outmatched by the United States.

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13:45 Fri 24
Does My State Have a COVID-19 Vaccine App? - PCMag
Does My State Have a COVID-19 Vaccine App?    PCMag I chose not to get the vaccine: BC COVID-19 patient pleads with others to get vaccinated    Global News NY COVID latest: Friday, September 24, 2021    WPIX 11 New York 3 East Bay School Districts Go All-In on COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates    KPIX CBS SF Bay Area Eyewitness News Special: What's new, what's next for COVID-19 vaccines and boosters    WABC-TV View Full Coverage on Google News

07:55 Fri 24
Sinovac's COVID-19 vaccine is highly effective against serious illness, although rival shots from Pfizer/BioNTech a

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19:00 Thu 23
How do the COVID vaccines change your risk of infection? And are you less likely to pass it on? - ABC News
How do the COVID vaccines change your risk of infection? And are you less likely to pass it on?    ABC News Vaccine inequity comes into stark focus during UN gathering    Arab News Biden says US donating historic extra 500 million Covid vaccines While some people get COVID-19 booster shots, 90pc of Africans are yet to receive their first dose    ABC News Low attendance at Global COVID-19 Summit shows weak US leadership    Global Times View Full coverage on Google News

12:33 Fri 24
Pfizer in talks over full license for COVID-19 vaccine in Singapore $PFE
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21:14 Fri 24
Data needed before mandating COVID vaccines in schools: Dr. Tam
Canadas top doctor says vaccine mandates for schoolchildren are a good idea, but more information is needed before provinces and territories require that students be immunized against COVID-19. On Friday, Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s chief public health officer, said the nine childhood vaccines that children in Ontario must have before they can attend school have […]

02:13 Fri 24
Anti-vaccine groups still thriving on chat apps despite social media crackdown
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 24): With nearly 82 per cent of Malaysia’s adult population fully vaccinated for Covid-19, attention is turning to parts of the country that are still holding out against the vaccines. Like many other countries, Malaysia has small but vocal groups opposed to Covid-19 vaccines, thanks to social media that has made it [...]

10:14 Fri 24
CanSinoBIO COVID-19 vaccine, tested at lower dosage, safe for children: study
CanSinoBIOs single-dose COVID-19 vaccine, given at a lower dosage than that for adults, is safe and triggers an immune response in children aged 6-17, results from a small trial showed. Researchers decided to lower the dosage after a few participants developed fever and headaches graded at level 2 severity the second-lowest of four levels. In children, the lower dose triggered higher antibody levels than the dosage approved for use in adults in China, according to the peer-reviewed finding from a mid-stage trial. The trial recruited 150 children and around 300 adults. The results also showed that children given one lower dose had a stronger antibody response than adults who were given a booster shot 56 days after the first dose. But the antibody readings did not show to what extent the vaccine can offer protection against COVID-19, researchers from a Chinese disease control agency, CanSinoBIO and other Chinese institutes cautioned in a paper. CanSinoBIOs vaccine has not yet got the greenlight for children. China has approved two vaccines, developed by Sinovac and Sinopharm, for use in children from the age of three but vaccinations have yet to begin for those under 12. The paper said the booster shot for CanSinoBIOs vaccine improved antibody responses in participants of different age groups, especially for older adults. But cellular responses, another important part of human immune system, were not boosted by the second shot and researchers said a wider interval than 56 days should be considered.   The post CanSinoBIO COVID-19 vaccine, tested at lower dosage, safe for children: study appeared first on ARY NEWS . from ScienceTechnology ARY NEWS

23:29 Fri 24
Record 1,650 new Covid-19 cases registered in Singapore, including four imported ones
SINGAPORE, Sept 25 Singapore registered a record high of new Covid-19 cases for the second consecutive day yesterday (September 24) with 1,650 infections, surpassing Thursdays record daily tally of 1,504 cases. Of the 1,650 cases, 1,369 were...

11:08 Fri 24
Malaysia, Singapore to discuss recognising respective Covid-19 vaccination certs
MUAR (Sept 24): Malaysia and Singapore will undertake efforts to recognise each other’s Covid-19 vaccination certificates to facilitate border crossings, National Recovery Council (MPN) chairman Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said. Muhyiddin said he had recently discussed this with Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who agreed in principle. For the time being, he said Singapore [...]

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14:14 Fri 24
Inactivated egg-based Newcastle disease virus vaccine expressing SARS-CoV-2 spike protein
A new study presents initial results from a randomized, placebo-controlled phase 1/2 trial in Thailand.

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00:25 Fri 24
Singapore migrant workers are still living in Covid lockdown
The workers in Singapore are enduring one of the longest Covid confinement periods in the world.

00:45 Fri 24
New record high of 1,504 Covid-19 cases in Singapore; two migrant worker dorms added to list of large clusters
SINGAPORE, Sept 24 Singapore set a new record high of 1,504 new Covid-19 cases yesterday (September 23), surpassing the previous days record daily tally of 1,457 new infections. Yesterday, 1,491 of the 1,504 new cases were locally transmitted...

07:04 Thu 23
Chinas vaccine diplomacy in Malaysia: problems and prospects amid the pandemic
China-manufactured vaccines are part of a diverse portfolio that Malaysia relies on to inoculate its population as it faces a devastating fourth wave of Covid-19.The Delta variant is crippling efforts to flatten the curve, and the number of daily infected cases has risen past 23,000 per day. There are now more than 1.3 million cumulative infections, and the casualty toll has passed the grim 13,000 milestone.An ineffective lockdown has been blamed for the worsening situation, reflecting the

08:30 Fri 24
Pfizer in talks over full license for COVID-19 vaccine in Singapore

00:36 Fri 24
Covid vaccines don't increase risk of miscarriage or birth defects, CDC says
The CDC tracked 1,613 pregnant women who received a Covid-19 vaccine, 30% of whom were vaccinated in the second trimester with the rest in the third trimester.

15:38 Fri 24
Global Equity and the Covid Vaccine
Covid vaccines around the world; Afghanistan's envoy, and education of women and girls; Haitian migrants; the voting bill; France's global stature.

09:45 Fri 24
Why are the French so sceptical about vaccines?
The Covid-19 pandemic has put vaccine scepticism in the spotlight around the world,especially in France. Even before the epidemic turned our worlds upside down, France was one of the most vaccine-hesitant countries in the world. Its a real paradox in a nation that was home to scientist Louis Pasteur and his pioneering discoveries in immunology. In this episode of French Connections Plus, Florence Villeminot and Genie Godula take a stab at where this vaccine hesitancy comes from and why it's so hard to cure.

14:27 Fri 24
No vaccine wastage in Malaysia Khairy
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 24): There has been no wastage of the Covid-19 vaccine in Malaysia, said Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin. Speaking on vaccine inequity, he said Malaysia currently uses Covid-19 vaccine stocks that are available in the country just to make sure more people are vaccinated. “That is why we have not announced (Covid-19) vaccine third [...]

23:12 Thu 23
Two women aged 93 and 71 die of Covid-19 complications in Singapore as death toll reaches 70
SINGAPORE, Sept 24 Two Singaporean women aged 93 and 71 have died from complications due to Covid-19.  Both women had not been vaccinated against Covid-19, the Ministry of Health (MoH) said in a statement last night.  The 93-year-old...

09:33 Fri 24
Coronavirus: Malaysia and Singapore to mutually recognise vaccination records; South Korea hits record daily cases
Malaysia and Singapore will recognise each others vaccination certificates to allow movement between the two countries, National Recovery Council (NRC) chairman Muhyiddin Yassin said on Friday.Muhyiddin said he had been in touch with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong recently and they discussed the importance of reopening the border to both countries.Lee agreed but with the Covid-19 situation and vaccination in Malaysia and Singapore yet to be over, he was a bit cautious.However, the

17:51 Fri 24
Commodities and Cryptos: Oils path higher, Gold turns positive, Chinas Bitcoin blow
Oil Crude prices continue to climb higher as both short-term supply and demand fundamentals suggest the oil market will remain tight throughout the winter. The crude demand outlook is turning very upbeat as some scientists models predict a steady decline in COVID cases through March. Holiday bookings will continue to pick up, supporting jet fuel […]

08:24 Fri 24
Vaccine inequality is a 'global crisis' says UN official
President Joe Biden has pledged to significantly increase the amount of Covid-19 vaccines it will ship to foreign nations beginning in 2022 in an effort to end the pandemic worldwide. Meanwhile the WHO says Africa needs seven times more vaccine than it currently receives to meet the target of fully vaccinating 70% of its population by September 2022. CNN's Larry Madowo speaks to Winnie Byanyima, head of UNAIDS and under-secretary-general of the United Nations, about the vaccine inequality.

18:56 Thu 23
STUNNING: AMA Is Teaching Doctors How to Manipulate Information in Order to Coerce the Unvaccinated
The American Medical Association (AMA) recently released its Winter 2021 AMA COVID-19 Guide: Background/Messaging on Vaccines, Vaccine Clinical Trials & Combatting Vaccine Misinformation. The AMA guide is the latest attempt by the medical community elites to deceive the public and disguise the truth of the vaccines and the 14,925 reported deaths and over 1.5 million… The post STUNNING: AMA Is Teaching Doctors How to Manipulate Information in Order to Coerce the Unvaccinated appeared first on The Gateway Pundit .

19:30 Fri 24
Singapore Data Center Colocation Services Market Report 2021-2027 - Align and Enhance Hyperscale Capabilities to Monetize Rising Demand
DUBLIN, Sept. 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The 'Singapore Data Center Colocation Services Growth Opportunities' report has been added to's offering. Singapore is a leading data center colocation services market in the Asia-Pacific region. With increasing digital...

11:41 Fri 24
Singapores daily Covid-19 cases to hit over 3,000 if unchecked, straining hospitals already under tremendous pressure, says task force
SINGAPORE, Sept 24 Singapore must act now to slow down the unexpectedly rapid pace of increase in Covid-19 cases, which, if left unchecked, will lead to a daily new case count of 3,200 in the next week, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said...

04:05 Fri 24
Do the Vaccines Impact Fertility?
As many parts of the world mandate COVID-19 vaccines, there has been an ongoing cry from women who have reported small changes in their menstrual cycle following vaccination. They will protest to keep abortion, body my decision, but not with these vaccines? I have reported that one of the girls in the company, who is […] The post Do the Vaccines Impact Fertility? first appeared on Armstrong Economics .

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15:00 Fri 24
Two in three hesitant people shift to say 'yes' to vaccine
Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy waned between late 2020 and early 2021, in a US study of more than 3,000 people. Nearly one in three who were first hesitant had been vaccinated, and more than one in three moved to being willing to be jabbed, when they were surveyed again in March-April 2021. The remainder said they were still unlikely to get the jab. The authors note that vaccines weren't available to all who took part until after the follow-up survey, which is a limitation.