30 million people have received their first dose of Covid vaccine in UK

uk PM Boris Johnson said wonderful news that over 30 million people have received their first dose.

We need to keep up the momentum. Please make sure you get your second dose when you are called to do so


WHO advises that ivermectin only be used to treat COVID-19 within clinical trials

The current evidence on the use of ivermectin to treat COVID-19 patients is inconclusive. Until more data is available, WHO recommends that the drug only be used within clinical trials.


Ivermectin is a broad spectrum anti-parasitic agent, included in WHO essential medicines list for several parasitic diseases. It is used in the treatment of onchocerciasis (river blindness), strongyloidiasis and other diseases caused by soil transmitted helminthiasis. It is also used to treat scabies.

A guideline development group was convened in response to the increased international attention on ivermectin as a potential treatment for COVID-19. This group is an independent, international panel of experts, which includes clinical care experts in multiple specialties and also include an ethicist and patient-partners.



Robyn Gatens named director of Space Station for NASA

Robyn Gatens has been named director of the @Space_Station for NASA! Gatens brings 35+ years of experience in both the space station program & in development of the life support systems for human spaceflight missions.


President Joe Biden Signs bipartisan PPP Extension Act of 2021


The Paycheck Protection Program has served as a crucial lifeline for small businesses during this pandemic

The bipartisan PPP Extension Act of 2021 to extend the application deadline and ensure more small businesses can get the support they need.


US President Joe Biden I ran for president for three reasons


Jofra Archer to begin two-weeks’ rehabilitation, likely to miss #IPL2021



Jofra Archer will begin two weeks of rehabilitation after undergoing surgery on his finger and can only start his net sessions after that effectively ruling him out of Indian Premier League.
The 25-year-old, who plays for the Rajasthan Royals in the IPL, had surgery to remove a fragment of glass from the middle finger on his right hand on Monday.
England pace bowler Jofra Archer underwent successful surgery to his right hand on Monday. A fragment of glass was removed during the operation to his middle finger on his right hand,” the English and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said in a statement
“He will now commence two weeks of rehabilitation. The Consultant will review him before returning to training,” it added.