COVID -19: Nasal antibody spray may be ‘future’ for vaccines, experts say – National

Use of a nasal spray to administer a new one covid-19 Treatment, developed from small llama antibodies, could potentially be the future of administering vaccines and protecting against infectious diseases, according to some experts. Researchers at the Rosalind Franklin Institute in the UK have found that nanocrops, a smaller form of antibody developed by llamas … Read more

Boulder Nurse Moderna Made Chandeliers From Vaccine Bottles

Retired Boulder nurse Laura Weiss never thought anyone would be interested in “Appreciate the Light,” a chandelier she built from 271 Moderna. COVID-19 vaccine vials. But when you shared the project with him Boulder County Public HealthPublishing the photo of the news on social media, the news spread quickly and the press began to search. … Read more

Melbourne COVID-19 cases remain close to record levels when Australia reaches the vaccine milestone

SYDNEY: COVID-19 infections in Australia’s Victoria state hovered near record highs on Friday (September 24) as authorities increased the vaccination rate in hopes of reducing restrictions with more than half of the country’s adult population fully vaccinated. Australia is battling a third wave of infections from the highly infectious Delta variant, which has led to … Read more

The military’s COVID vaccination mandate sends Tucker Carlson into overdrive

Fox News Host Tucker Carlson has been plotting conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 vaccine — and the COVID in general — since the topic first hit the night news more than a year ago. But now that Joe Biden has issued a mandatory vaccination order for federal employees, he shoots things in high gear. This … Read more

The pound jumps when the bank opens the door for interest rate hikes

Good morgon. The FTSE 100 will push higher after yesterday’s 1.5% increase that pushed it back over the 7,000 milestone, as traders await the Bank of England’s latest interest rate meeting. Although the bank is expected to keep interest rates at its current record low of 0.1 percent, economists expect it to signal a reduction … Read more

Tony: Broadway hopes to dazzle its way out of the pandemic

NEW YORK – Broadway needs a boost these days so it’s intelligently called one of its most popular, well-known stage veterans to help Audra McDonald. McDonald’s was tipped to host the Tony Awards on Sunday, a telecast that theater producers hope could serve as a flashy announcement that a post-pandemic Broadway is returning to normal. … Read more

Today’s coronavirus news: Ontario reporting 677 new cases of COVID-19; Ontario changing regulations to allow more fans at Leafs pre-season game

The latest coronavirus news from Canada and around the world Thursday. This file will be updated throughout the day. Web links to longer stories if available. 11:05 a.m.: Sunnybrook Health Services in Toronto announced on Thursday that it’ll stop appointment booking for first and second COVID-19 vaccinations on Friday as it shifts focus on providing … Read more

Inflation will rise above 4, warns the Bank of England

Good morgon. The FTSE 100 will push higher after yesterday’s 1.5% increase that pushed it back over the 7,000 milestone, as traders await the Bank of England’s latest interest rate meeting. Although the bank is expected to keep interest rates at its current record low of 0.1 percent, economists expect it to signal a reduction … Read more