US CDC says fully vaccinated people can avoid wearing masks in most places

On Thursday US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that fully vaccinated people can avoid wearing masks outdoors and indoors in most places. In a press conference CDC director Rochelle Walensky said: “If you were fully vaccinated, you can start doing the things that you had stopped doing because of the pandemic. We […]

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Fashion and lifestyle brands expect on full bloom in the second half of 2021

More lifestyle and fashion brands like Allen Solly, Levi’s, Provogue, Van Heusen, Park Avenue are hoping for business at their offline stores to return to the pre-pandemic level by march, now expect full recovery to happen only in the second half of 2021. Even though covid cases are declined in India, few people are still […]

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Oxford Scientists Develop Five Minute COVID-19 Antigen Test

On Thursday, Scientists from Britain’s University of Oxford announced that they have recently developed a rapid COVID-19 test able to identify the coronavirus in less than five minutes, adding it could be used in mass testing at airports and businesses. The university said it hoped to start product development of the testing device in early […]

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British PM Boris Johnson Unveils Three Tier COVID-19 Lockdown Plan

On Monday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announce the details of a new three-tier lockdown system to tackle COVID-19. The system will categorise the localised lockdowns across England into medium, high or very high based on their coronavirus transmission rate. The very high alert level will apply where transmission rates are rising most rapidly, with […]

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China’s Experimental Coronavirus Vaccine Appears Safe In Early Trials

A Chinese experimental coronavirus vaccine being developed by the Institute of Medical Biology under the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences was shown to be safe in an early stage clinical trial, researchers said. In a Phase 1 trial of 191 healthy participants aged between 18 and 59, vaccination with the group’s experimental shot showed no […]

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On 20th March French Language Day is observed.

The most important language of diplomacy and international relations was French from the 17th century to approximately the middle of the 20th century. On 20th March French Language Day is observed. The influences of the language as a culture, its history, and its achievements are explored by the day. The day celebrates multilingualism and cultural diversity. Aim:The […]

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There is no better way to say this: Deepika Padukone wants to stop wearing black.

For the recently held Smule Mirchi Awards, Deepika Padukone stepped out in full black ensemble from Balmain which was styled by Shaleena Nathani, it consisted of a one-piece black body-hugging jumpsuit which was paired with a matching blazer. Deepika Padukone’s love for black colour needs no reiteration. In most of her red carpet appearances and […]

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Thanks To Rihanna For Proving A Hoodie And Silk Dress Work For Evening!!!

The next time if someone tells you a hoodie is not appropriate for a night out, tell them Rihanna wore one flawlessly. The singer was photographed wearing Fenty’s yellow hoodie-skirt dress while out with her good friend A$AP Rocky. (And they’re just friends,despite dating rumors.)Rihanna wore the dress with sunglasses, stilettos, a chain choker, and an ankle […]

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Department of Homeland Security Suspends Global Entry enrollment for New York

In a letter yesterday, the Department of Homeland Security said it would be suspending Global Entry (along with similar programs like NEXUS, SENTRI, and FAST), meaning any New Yorkers who haven’t made it through Global Entry verification may be stuck on the waiting list indefinitely. DHS made the decision over New York state’s enactment of […]

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