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Oscars will require COVID vaccine for most guests, but not presenters, performers
When it was reported last week that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced that there would be no COVID vaccination mandate at the Oscars in March, online backlash was swift. It appears that the Academy’s response was equally swift, as the organization has revised its rules for the upcoming ceremony. While there will still be no vaccination requirement for performers and presenters, nominees and guests will need to be vaccinated to attend. The New York Times, who first reported the news, said that every attendee will be required to show negative PCR tests.
Iran firm: Homegrown Omicron vaccine 100% effective in animal studies
Iran’s Shifa Pharmed Industrial Group announced the success of its Omicron-targeted vaccine in animal studies, saying the jab showed 100 percent effectiveness against the highly contagious coronavirus variant.
Ottawa police vow crackdown on 'dangerous' trucker protest praised by Trump
Ottawa police vowed to crack down on an "increasingly dangerous" protest by hundreds of truckers who have shut down the center of the Canadian capital for eight days to demand an end to COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
‘Vaccine’ is word of the year for US dictionary Merriam-Webster
The American dictionary of reference Merriam-Webster on Monday revealed “vaccine” to be its word of the year for 2021, reflecting both the hopes and deep divisions sparked by vaccination as the world wrestled with year two of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Iran: Monthly COVID-19 vaccine production rises to 10m doses
The Iran Food and Drug Administration (IFDA) said Iranian companies have managed to raise the monthly production of coronavirus vaccines to 10 million doses.
Iran receives six million doses of COVID-19 vaccine
Iranian Health Ministry received six million more doses of COVID-19 vaccine through Iran’s Red Crescent Society (IRCS).
Iran’s students 12 and older to be vaccinated before schools reopening
Iran’s Health Ministry is to vaccinate students between 12-18 years old before the reopening of schools later this month upon an order by President Ebrahim Raeisi.
Japan detects more Moderna vaccine contamination
Japan’s Okinawa region suspended the use of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday after another contamination was spotted, the local government said.

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