Why is the UK approving the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine now?
Why is the UK approving the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine now? And, with dosing details changing over time, what exactly, have they approved? As money from the $900 billion US pandemic relief package starts landing in Americans’ bank accounts, we take a comparative look at how other countries have handled economic stimulus during the pandemic. And Argentina's Senate voted to legalize abortions up to 14 weeks of pregnancy. The historic move follows years of grassroots organizing in the predominantly Catholic country.
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