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Biden to fall short of global COVID-19 vaccine sharing goal

Subscribe to Fortune Daily to get essential business stories straight to your inbox each morning. President Joe Biden is expected to fall short of his commitment to shipping 80 million COVID-19 vaccine doses abroad by the end of June because of regulatory and other hurdles, officials said as they announced new plans Monday for sharing the shots globally.
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Fauci lies about lying about the efficacy of masks

Although masks were not the panacea for the pandemic, the science has consistently proven that masks do, in fact, moderately mitigate the transmission of the coronavirus. But if you listened to Anthony Fauci throughout the pandemic, you would likely have no idea what to think. In his attempt to do...
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Ex-CBS anchor Dan Rather flamed for 'absurd' criticism of Jon Stewart over coronavirus lab-leak theory

Critics excoriated ex-CBS anchor Dan Rather for criticizing comedian Jon Stewart's recent suggestion that the lab-leak theory on the origins of the coronavirus was credible. In a Sunday post on Substack, the veteran left-wing journalist called Stewart's line of thinking "dangerous," and suggested he was dangerously questioning science with his viral critique on "The Late Show" that the coronavirus may have been accidentally released.
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Rare neurological disorder documented following COVID-19 vaccination

In two separate articles in the Annals of Neurology, clinicians in India and England report cases of a rare neurological disorder called Guillain-Barré syndrome after individuals were vaccinated against COVID-19. Both reports describe an unusual variant of Guillain-Barré syndrome characterized by prominent facial weakness. Seven cases were reported from a...
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Gordon Chang: What people are missing about Fauci's early COVID response

Gordon Chang, senior fellow at the Gatestone Institute, believes, Dr. Anthony Fauci had to have been aware of the dangers of coronavirus going back as far as December 2019, when COVID-19 was ripping through cities such as Wuhan. Chang told "Fox & Friends First" Monday that Dr. Fauci should have told then-President Trump to close the borders to arrivals coming from China before coronavirus had a chance to spread.
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“Black fungus” surges in India—thousands blinded, maimed, dead

So-called “black fungus” infections are surging in India in the wake of a devastating wave of COVID-19. The rare but devastating infection can destroy the eyes and spread to the brain. Cases now top 31,000, rising from an estimate of dozens to a few hundred cases just last month. Media...