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US & Canada · Houston

Gun Group Opens Convention in Texas Days After Mass School Shooting

66% Center coverage: 65 sources
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick says he won't speak at NRA event. The NRA says it will reflect on the Uvalde school shooting and pray for the victims. Some scheduled speakers and performers back out of the event. It is the first NRA meeting since 2019, following a two-year hiatus because of pandemic.See the Story
US & Canada · San Diego

Woman gets 15 months in prison for punching flight attendant

60% Center coverage: 30 sources
Vyvianna Quinonez, 29, of Sacramento, pleaded guilty last year to a federal count of interfering with flight crew members and attendants. She punched a Southwest Airlines flight attendant on a May 23, 2021, flight from Sacramento to San Diego. The victim suffered injuries that included three chipped teeth and a bruised left eye.See the Story
US & Canada · Tallahassee

Report: Fired DOH employee's COVID-19 allegations against Gov. DeSantis administration 'unsubstantiated'

58% Right coverage: 12 sources
Allegations the Florida Department of Health fired Rebekah Jones because she objected to manipulating coronavirus data were "unsubstantiated," a state inspector general report says. The former state data scientist claimed she was pressured by health department officials to falsify Covid-19 data to hide the extent of Florida's outbreak in the early months of the pandemic. In a report finalized in March, the inspector general's office said there was insufficient evidence to prove her claims.See the Story
Business · Beijing

Beijing to relax COVID curbs in some areas from Sunday

39% Right coverage: 13 sources
U.S. CDC publishes guidelines on monkeypox vaccine. China to relax COVID curbs in some areas from Sunday. EU working on common agreement for vaccines and antivirals against monkeypox. First steps in reforming global health emergency rules agreed at WHO meeting, sources say.See the Story

Disease experts call on WHO, governments for more action on monkeypox

50% Right coverage: 8 sources
WHO considering whether outbreak should be assessed as a potential public health emergency of international concern. More than 300 suspected and confirmed cases of monkeypox have been reported this month. Most have been in Europe rather than in the Central and West African countries where the virus is endemic. No deaths have yet been reported in the current outbreak.See the Story

U.S. doctors reconsider Pfizer's Paxlovid for lower-risk COVID patients

60% Center coverage: 5 sources
Pfizer's Paxlovid is authorised to treat newly infected, at-risk people in order to prevent severe illness. More than 162,000 courses were dispensed last week - compared with an average of 33,000 a week since the drug was launched late last year. But higher use has also come with more reports from people who say their symptoms eased only to return a few days after finishing a five-day regimen.See the Story

Over 88% adults fully vaccinated against Covid | India News - Times of India

100% Right coverage: 2 sources
India News: "Over 88 per cent of the adult population is now fully vaccinated against #Covid19. Congratulations India! Keep following Covid appropriate behaviour See the Story
Coronavirus · Maharashtra

Covid-19: Maharashtra reports first cases of BA.4, BA.5 subvariants of Omicron

Coverage: 2 sources
Four infections caused by the BA.4 sub-strain of Omicron coronavirus variant, and three cases of BA.5 sub-stain for the first time in Maharashtra. These sub-lineages were found in April in some parts of the world including South Africa, but until now no cases had been detected in the state.See the Story
US & Canada · King County

State health department approves Pfizer booster for kids ages 5-11

Children ages 5 to 11 are now eligible for a booster dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. The Washington Department of Health made the decision to expand eligibility for booster doses to everyone above the age of 5. In King County, each day on average, over 1,000 people get the vaccine, 15 are hospitalized and two die.See the Story

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