The first vaccine against the Coronavirus is being tested

Scientists have been working around the clock to develop against the novel Coronavirus, which was just a few months ago completely unknown, a vaccine. On Monday, for the first time healthy Volunteers were vaccinated in record time developed vaccine. 45 Volunteers aged 18 to 55 years of age get in the distance of a month, twice to the vaccine administered. […]

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Why releasing some prisoners is essential to stop the spread of coronavirus

In a national emergency, governments typically pursue punitive law-enforcement agendas. They can also repurpose prisons and prisoners for forced labor, war efforts and so on. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, governments have tended towards punitive controls and sanctions on movement and hoarding. But the Australian government has been silent on prison policy in its coronavirus control measures. The well-documented […]

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