Covid 19

Covid Protocols Violated Man’s Right to a Public Trial, Appeals Court Rules

A federal court’s Covid protocols barring spectators from watching a man’s trial on a firearms charge in Oakland, Calif., violated…

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Your Wednesday Briefing: Sri Lanka, Out of Fuel

Good morning. We’re covering an economic catastrophe in Sri Lanka, Covid-19 frustration in Shanghai and health equity in India. Sri…

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Business Travel Resumes, Though Not at Its Former Pace

Mr. Harteveldt was more optimistic about the prospects for business travel. “If developed countries’ economies remain strong and the war…

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Students Protest Covid Lockdowns at Elite Beijing University

A group of students at a campus of China’s elite Peking University protested strict Covid-19 lockdown requirements on Sunday, arguing…

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F.D.A. Expected to Soon Clear Pfizer Booster for Children Ages 5 to 11

The Food and Drug Administration is expected as early as Tuesday to authorize a booster shot of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine…

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Your Tuesday Briefing: Russia’s Faltering Campaign

Good morning. We’re covering Russia’s struggling military campaign, Australia’s halting recovery from bush fires and a Covid-19 protest at Peking…

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As N.Y.C. approaches the high alert level for the virus, the city recommends but doesn’t mandate masks.

Citing high community transmission and rising hospitalizations from a fifth wave of coronavirus cases, New York City health officials on…

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Ben Bernanke Sees ‘Stagflation’ Ahead

Standing in his kitchen one morning in Washington, D.C., and drinking a glass of lightly flavored water, Ben Bernanke is…

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How Often Can You Be Infected With the Coronavirus?

A virus that shows no signs of disappearing, variants that are adept at dodging the body’s defenses, and waves of…

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Your Monday Briefing: North Korea’s Growing Outbreak

Good morning. North Korea’s outbreak grows, India bans most wheat exports and South Korea amends its surgery laws. North Korea’s…

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