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At some parties and night clubs, vaccination cards are the new velvet rope. “I will have more fun knowing everybody inside is vaccinated,” said a 35-year-old man at a party in New York City who kept his vaccine card in a Ziploc bag. https://t.co/Ya5IlnhUh3
Nine of the soccer clubs that planned to form a breakaway league have agreed to pay millions of dollars to rejoin the European soccer mainstream. The three holdouts are threatening to extract millions more in damages from the clubs that walked away. https://t.co/sFqNmwGALr
"China itself is facing a shortage," said a senior global health fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. "So in terms of global access to vaccines, I don’t expect the situation to significantly improve in the coming two to three months." https://t.co/iywGhG2fc9
Jerusalem boils over. 👉Nightly protests for Palestinian families awaiting eviction, in a key case that embodies creeping settlement in East Jerusalem 👉Stun grenades and rubber-coated bullets at Al-Aqsa mosque tonight 👉Hamas: "Do not play with fire." https://t.co/cEfAx3Ggvi
Elon is one of the richest men on earth stealing other people’s content without credit or payment in order to build a cult of personality which he can then monetize through various business endeavors. I wrote about Elon vs meme creators: https://t.co/ovK5ECfBJZ
He was best known for portraying a cantankerous but loving middle-aged mother whose sharp tongue and misadventures left Brazilians doubled over in laughter. Paulo Gustavo has died, at 42, of complications of Covid-19. https://t.co/bAijpEhiEA
“We appear to have broken the third wave,” Germany’s health minister, Jans Spahn, told reporters on Friday, while warning Germans not to get too excited too quickly, even with the prospect of eased restrictions in sight. https://t.co/wQdRQMzA1P