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Delta variant infecting mounting number of people in rural Kansas and Missouri
Submitted by: Anonymous
Original Source: ABC News (US)
Contributed Categories: /contrib/US/, /contrib/us/ks/, /contrib/us/mo/, /contrib/covid-19
The delta coronavirus variant is infecting a mounting number of people in rural Kansas and Missouri.
Delta variant: What if I'm vaccinated?
Submitted by: Anonymous
Original Source: Fox 46
Contributed Categories: /contrib/US/, /contrib/health/, /contrib/covid-19, /contrib/coronavirus
Rochelle Walensky, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said earlier this week she expects the delta variant to become the dominant coronavirus strain in the United State...
Poll: 46 percent of unvaccinated say they will definitely not get vaccine
Submitted by: Anonymous
Original Source: The Hill
Contributed Categories: /contrib/US/, /contrib/coronavirus
Nearly half of Americans who are unvaccinated say they will definitely not get the coronavirus vaccine, according to a new poll.
Vladimir Putin has a HIGHER approval rating than Biden among Republicans, new poll reveals
Submitted by: Anonymous
Original Source: The Daily Mail
Contributed Categories: /contrib/US/, /contrib/politics/
Russian President Vladimir Putin is more popular among Republicans than President Joe Biden, according to two new polls.
30 Percent Of Republicans Believe Trump Will Be Reinstated as President This Year
Submitted by: Anonymous
Original Source: Inquisitr
Contributed Categories: /contrib/US/, /contrib/politics/
Twelve percent of Democrats in the poll said it is "very" or "somewhat" likely Trump will be reinstated as president in 2021, so did 17 percent of independent voters. However, there is no...
Chinese Government Continues To Arrest More Journalists Over Nonsense 'National Security' Law
Submitted by: Anonymous
Original Source: Techdirt
Contributed Categories: /contrib/news_media, /contrib/Asia/East/, /contrib/Asia/China/, /contrib/hong_kong
The decline of democracy in Hong Kong , with Beijing continuing to tighten its grip, has accelerated. While the Chinese government pledged a hands off posture towards Hong Kong for 50 years when...
Hong Kong newspaper editor, CEO denied bail
Submitted by: Anonymous
Original Source: The Hill
Contributed Categories: /contrib/news_media, /contrib/Asia/East/, /contrib/hong_kong, /contrib/Asia/China/
The CEO and editor of a pro-Democracy newspaper in Hong Kong were denied bail at their court hearing Saturday after being detained for breaking the city's new national security law.
New study finds SARS-CoV-2 can infect testes
Submitted by: Anonymous
Original Source: ScienceDaily.com
Contributed Categories: /contrib/health/, /contrib/covid-19, /contrib/coronavirus
Researchers have found SARS-CoV-2 in the testes of infected hamsters. The authors think this may represent what could occur in men with mild to moderate COVID-19 disease.
A New Technique for "Seeing" Exoplanet Surfaces Based on the Content of their Atmospheres
Submitted by: Anonymous
Original Source: Universe Today
Contributed Categories: /contrib/science/, /contrib/space_news
A new study takes a look at how the presence of a surface can affect an exoplanets atmosphere, giving astrobiologists a way to study exoplanet surfaces without having to "see" them directly. The...
Archaeologists investigate mystery of graves reopened 1,400 years ago
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Original Source: LiveScience.com
Contributed Categories: /contrib/science/, /contrib/archaeology
People living across Europe around 1,400 years ago had a habit of reopening graves and taking out objects for reasons that archaeologists are trying to understand

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