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Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis is one of the type of clots that medical professionals are concerned about in regard to the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccines. All cases in the U.S. involve women between 18 and 48 years old, and they developed symptoms within a defined time period — about two weeks — after getting the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. (For example, pregnant and breastfeeding people were excluded from Covid-19 vaccine trials, which led to confusion about whether they should even get the Covid-19 vaccine.) The regulatory and public health agencies in Europe and the U.S. thus paused administration of first the AstraZeneca and now the Johnson & Johnson vaccines. The benefit of pausing administration of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in the U.S. while agencies look over the evidence is that we are being cautious about this possible association, which could ostensibly build confidence in the system.
Persons: , Johnson, Johnson Covid, Pfizer —, YouGov, EMTs Organizations: Kaiser Family Foundation, and Drug Administration, Centers for Disease Control, AstraZeneca, Johnson, Economic, New York Times, Authorities, Moderna, Pfizer Locations: United States, U.S, Europe, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Poland
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian police raided a student magazine’s editorial office on Wednesday and detained four of its journalists on criminal charges of encouraging minors to take part in anti-Kremlin protests, the outlet said. DOXA, which was set up as a student organisation at Moscow’s Higher School of Economics, covers student life, higher education, politics and science. Authorities revoked its formal status as a student organisation in 2019 after it voiced support for students who had taken part in opposition protests in 2019 and been fined. DOXA said they had taken down the video at the request of the state media watchdog, though they disagreed with the demand. We will continue to cover what is important for young people and continue to defend their rights,” DOXA said.
Persons: Alexei Navalny, DOXA, ” DOXA, Leonid Volkov Organizations: Russian, Kremlin, Moscow’s Higher, of Economics, Authorities Locations: MOSCOW, Moscow, Russia
FILE PHOTO: A view of an illegal road made during the deforestation of the Yari plains, in Caqueta, Colombia March 3, 2021. In 2019, more than half of all forest clearings analyzed by the foundation were within 1 kilometer of a road. “It’s likely that, during the first quarter of 2021, we’ll see growth in deforestation due to the expansion of roads.”Even illegal roads increase land value. “It makes me sad, but I have no choice.”Colombia is not the only Amazon country struggling with the encroachment of roads. Colombia’s environment ministry said it is working with other government departments and using satellite images to find and disable illegal roads.
Persons: Luisa Gonzalez, San Vicente del Caguan, , Adriana Rojas, Hector Molina, , Molina, ” Molina, Rodrigo Botero, “ It’s, Carlos Eduardo Correa, Mikaela, WRI, Mario Baron, ” Baron Organizations: VICENTE DEL CAGUAN, REUTERS, San, Reuters, Foundation Gaia, Foundation for Conservation, Sustainable Development, Revolutionary Armed Forces, World Resources Institute, WRI’s Global, Watch, National Roads Institute, Land Agency, Authorities Locations: Caqueta, Colombia, San Vicente, Sierra, Colombian, Brazil, York, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador
A man holding a phone walks past a sign of Chinese company ByteDance's app TikTok, known locally as Douyin, at the International Artificial Products Expo in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China October 18, 2019. The stock moves come as Chinese authorities have ramped up their pressure on the country's fast-growing tech giants. Following the announcement, Chinese tech companies rose in Hong Kong trading Wednesday, recovering from a sell-off the prior day on news of heightened regulatory scrutiny. Tencent rose 1.8%, while Alibaba rose about 1.5%. BEIJING — ByteDance, Meituan and ten other major Chinese technology companies pledged Wednesday to comply with anti-monopoly rules, according to statements shared by the national market regulator.
Persons:, BEIJING —, Alibaba, Jack Ma's, — CNBC's Arjun Kharpal Organizations: Products, Baidu, Administration, Market, Ant Group, Authorities, Twitter, Sina, U.S Locations: Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China, Hong Kong, BEIJING
Kim Potter, the Minnesota police officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright, was arrested Wednesday morning on a charge of second-degree manslaughter for his killing, authorities said. Wright had been pulled over by police in Brooklyn Center having expired license plates and an air freshener hanging from his rearview mirror. before shooting Wright as he sat in his vehicle's driver seat after ducking away from the other cop. Washington County, Minnesota, prosecutor Pete Orput announced that Potter, who served 26 years on the Brooklyn Center force, would be criminally charged for Wright's death. Wright's death has led to protests in Brooklyn Center and Minneapolis.
Persons: Kim Potter, Daunte Wright, Potter's, Wright, Derek Chauvin, George Floyd, Potter, Pete Orput, Earl Gray, Gray, Thomas Lane, Floyd Organizations: Minnesota, Brooklyn Center Police Department, Potter, Brooklyn Center, Police, Authorities, Brooklyn Center police, Minnesota Police, Peace, Association Locations: Minneapolis, Brooklyn, Washington County , Minnesota, Hennepin, Washington County
The Kenosha, Wisconsin, police officer who shot Jacob Blake, a Black man who was paralyzed from the waist down after the shooting in August, has returned to work and will not face discipline, the department announced Tuesday. He was "found to have been acting within policy and will not be subjected to discipline," according to a statement from Kenosha Police Chief Daniel Miskinis on Tuesday. Police initially released few details on the Blake shooting, saying that the officers were responding to a domestic incident. In the video, Blake appeared to be walking away from officers and had opened the front driver's side door when he was shot from behind. Authorities said both Sheskey and another officer attempted to us their stun guns on Blake but could not stop him.
Persons: Jacob Blake, Rusten Sheskey, Daniel Miskinis, Miskinis, Sheskey, Michael Graveley, Graveley, Blake, White, George Floyd Organizations: Kenosha Police, Police, Authorities, Kenosha Locations: Kenosha , Wisconsin, Kenosha County, Minneapolis, Kenosha
Brooklyn Center Police Officer Who Shot Daunte Wright Resigns
  + stars: | 2021-04-13 | by ( Erin Ailworth | Andrew Restuccia | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
Brooklyn Center Police Officer Kim Potter, Who Shot Daunte Wright, ResignsPolice Say Kim Potter Had Confused her Gun for a Taser When She Killed WrightBrooklyn Center Police Chief Tim Gannon Resigns, Mayor Says(Article below will update)BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn.—Authorities said 40 people were arrested for rioting and breaking curfew at police headquarters in a second night of unrest in this Minneapolis suburb sparked by the police killing of 20-year-old Daunte Wright.
Persons: Kim Potter, Daunte Wright, Tim Gannon, Says Organizations: Brooklyn Center Police, Resigns, Wright Brooklyn Center Police, BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn, — Authorities Locations: Minneapolis
BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn.—Authorities said 40 people were arrested for rioting and breaking curfew at police headquarters in a second night of unrest in this Minneapolis suburb sparked by the police killing of 20-year-old Daunte Wright. That case sparked a summer of unrest across the U.S. A verdict could come as early as next week. Katie Wright, Mr. Wright’s mother, spoke Monday evening at a rally at the site where he was shot by police. At the Brooklyn Center Police Department, about 2 miles away, protesters shouted and banged drums, chanting, “No justice, no peace, prosecute the police” and “Our streets, our streets.” Others chanted Mr. Wright’s name. Windows at a Dollar Tree store across the street were broken and the store was looted.
Persons: Daunte Wright, Derek Chauvin, George Floyd, Kim Potter, Wright, Potter, Potter couldn’t, Katie Wright, Wright’s, banged, Organizations: BROOKLYN, Minn, — Authorities, Security, U.S, Minnesota, Brooklyn Center police, Brooklyn Center Police Department Locations: Minneapolis
GENEVA (Reuters) -Almost one million people are facing severe hunger in northern Mozambique where hundreds of thousands have fled worsening Islamist violence, the U.N. food agency said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Emidio JozineIslamic State-linked insurgents last month attacked Palma, a town in the northernmost province of Cabo Delgado next to major gas projects under development by companies including Total and Exxon. The World Food Programme (WFP) said in a briefing in Geneva that 950,000 people are now hungry in Mozambique. Another 16,500 have since been registered in other areas of Cabo Delgado after fleeing the attack in Palma, according to the International Organization for Migration. Mozambique’s National Institute for Disaster Risk Management and Reduction said on Monday it also needs 7 billion meticais ($126 million) to help those fleeing violence in Cabo Delgado, according to Portugal’s state news agency Lusa.
Persons: Palma, Cabo Delgado, , Tomson Phiri, Manuel Fontaine Organizations: Islamic, REUTERS, Total, Exxon, Food Programme, International Organization for Migration, Monday, Reuters, Mozambique’s National Institute for Disaster Risk, Authorities Locations: GENEVA, Mozambique, Islamic State, Palma, Pemba, Islamic, Cabo, Geneva, Northern Mozambique, , Cabo Delgado
Thailand reports 965 new COVID-19 cases as biggest holiday begins
  + stars: | 2021-04-13 | by ( Orathai Sriring | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand on Tuesday reported 965 new COVID-19 cases after registering record rises in the past two days as the country started its Songkran new year holiday amid a third wave of infections. “If we reduce activity ... it will help lower daily cases to 500-600,” Opas Karnkawinpong, director-general of the Department of Disease Control, told a briefing. If more people work from home, it will cut average daily cases to less than 400, he said. The new outbreak that emerged at the start of this month has added 5,597 domestic cases, including 1,625 in Bangkok, taking the total since last year to 34,575 cases and 97 deaths. Nightspots such as pubs and karaoke bars in Bangkok and 40 provinces will be closed until April 23.
Persons: Opas Karnkawinpong Organizations: Department of Disease, Kasikorn Research, Authorities Locations: BANGKOK, Thailand, Songkran, Britain, Bangkok
Authorities in Washington, D.C., were searching for a person who shot three women, two of them fatally, before lighting an apartment on fire with a newborn inside, police said Monday. Ashlan Benedict, executive assistant chief of the Washington, D.C., police, speaks to the media in Washington on Monday. Benedict said firefighters responded to a third-floor apartment in the city's southeast section around 7:30 p.m. Two more women were inside with the baby, he said, adding that he believed firefighters rescued the child and quickly extinguished the blaze. Authorities believe the fire was set as the attacker was leaving the apartment, he said.
Persons: Ashlan Benedict, wasn't, Benedict, Benedict said Organizations: Washington , D.C, D.C, Twitter, Washington, Authorities Locations: Washington ,, Washington
SYDNEY (Reuters) -Australia said on Tuesday a second person had been diagnosed with a blood clot after receiving the AstraZeneca Plc vaccine but there had been no rise in inoculation cancellations as authorities try to steady a bungled immunisation campaign. The COVID-19 vaccines of Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca use an adenovirus, a harmless class of common-cold viruses, to introduce coronavirus proteins into cells in the body and trigger an immune response. Australia’s immunisation drive was heavily reliant on the AstraZeneca vaccine, with plans to manufacture 50 million doses in the country. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said the setbacks in the vaccine rollout should not “derail momentum in our economic recovery”. Australia began vaccinations much later than some other countries due to low COVID-19 case numbers, recording just over 29,400 infections since the pandemic began.
Persons: Sandra Sanders, , Greg Hunt, Johnson, Josh Frydenberg, ” Frydenberg Organizations: SYDNEY, AstraZeneca, REUTERS, Pfizer, , Authorities, Johnson, Reuters Locations: Australia, Melbourne, Canberra
The Suez Canal Authority said the Ever Given can't leave until $1 billion in damages is paid. The owner of the Ever Given declared "General Average," so insurance could pay some of the damages. Though three weeks have passed since the Ever Given first became stuck in the Suez Canal, the massive container ship is still anchored after Egyptian authorities announced $1 billion must be paid before it can leave. The Ever Given's newest challenge: insuranceContainer ship Ever Given stuck in the Suez Canal, Egypt on March 27, 2021. The owners of the Ever Given filed a General Average claim in early April against Evergreen Marine Corp, the company leasing the ships.
Persons: Osama Rabie, Rabie hasn't, Abdulgani, Serang, Kristin Carringer Organizations: Suez Canal Authority, National Union of, Times, Authority, Evergreen, Evergreen Marine Corp, High, Justice, Merchant Shipping, British International Freight Association, International Federation of Freight Forwarders Locations: Suez, London, Egypt, India, Times of India, London's
Greece to receive first 33,600 doses of J&J COVID-19 vaccine this week
  + stars: | 2021-04-12 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: Vials with a sticker reading, "COVID-19 / Coronavirus vaccine / Injection only" and a medical syringe are seen in front of a displayed Johnson & Johnson logo in this illustration taken October 31, 2020. REUTERS/Dado RuvicATHENS (Reuters) - Greece will get a first tranche of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine against COVID-19 on Wednesday and will start inoculating people with it next week, a senior health ministry official said on Monday. “We will receive the first 33,600 doses of the single-dose vaccine by Johnson & Johnson on Wednesday, April 14,” the country’s secretary general in charge of vaccinations, Marios Themistocleous, told a weekly briefing. Greece has inoculated more than 2 million of its 11 million population with at least one shot of the Pfizer, AstraZeneca or Moderna vaccines. Along with new deliveries from those companies, Greece has said it expects 1.3 million doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine by June.
Persons: Johnson, Dado Ruvic ATHENS, Themistocleous, Aristotelia Peloni Organizations: REUTERS, Johnson, COVID, U.S ., EU, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Authorities Locations: Greece, U.S
At least three officers were shot and injured during a police pursuit in Georgia early Monday morning, authorities said. Officers with the Georgia State Patrol chased a vehicle around 4:30 a.m near the intersection of Highway 61 and Flat Rock Road, about 38 miles southwest of Atlanta, the Carroll County Sheriff's Office said, according to NBC affiliate WXIA. Two county deputies were injured by gunfire, the sheriff's office said. At the request of the Georgia State Patrol + the Carrollton Police Department, our agents have responded to an OIS in Carroll County. — GA Bureau of Investigation (@GBI_GA) April 12, 2021The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said early Monday it was called to investigate the shooting.
Persons: pajKi2iP7m Organizations: Georgia State Patrol, Sheriff's, NBC, WXIA, Authorities, Carrollton Police Department, Investigation, Georgia Bureau of Investigation Locations: Georgia, Atlanta, Carroll, Carrollton, Carroll County, pajKi2iP7m —
Soviet cosmonaut made pioneering spaceflight 60 years ago
  + stars: | 2021-04-12 | by ( The Associated Press | ) + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
Crushed into the pilot’s seat by heavy G-forces, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin saw flames outside his spacecraft and prepared to die. It was his quiet composure under pressure that helped make him the first human in space 60 years ago. Gagarin’s pioneering, single-orbit flight made him a hero in the Soviet Union and an international celebrity. Like Gagarin, Soviet officials were prepared for the worst. Not quite 16 months later, the U.S. beat the Soviet Union in the space race, putting an astronaut on the moon.
Persons: Yuri Gagarin, ” Gagarin, steely, Gagarin, Valentina, , , Gagarin’s, Fyodor Yurchikhin, Marshal Mitrofan Nedelin, , Nikita Khrushchev, Vadim Lukashevich Organizations: Soviet, blastoff, Soviet Union, Sputnik, . Missile Forces, Authorities, TASS Locations: Soviet, United States, Russian, Saratov, Moscow, America, U.S, Soviet Union
South Korea to begin producing Novavax COVID-19 vaccine as early as June
  + stars: | 2021-04-12 | by ( Hyonhee Shin | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea said on Monday it plans to begin local production of Novavax Inc’s COVID-19 vaccine as early as June, while five domestic companies aim to start late stage clinical trials of their own shots in the second half of this year. FILE PHOTO: A woman holds a small bottle labelled with a "Coronavirus COVID-19 Vaccine" sticker and a medical syringe in this illustration taken October 30, 2020. Health Minister Kwon Deok-cheol said that SK Bioscience Co will be able to begin manufacturing Novavax COVID-19 vaccines as early as June and could supply as many as 20 million doses by the end of third quarter. The U.S. drugmaker signed a licence agreement with SK Bioscience to produce 40 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine for South Korea. The government plans to provide 68.7 billion won ($61.1 million) to support the companies’ vaccine development, the ministry said in a statement.
Persons: Inc’s, Dado Ruvic, Moon Jae, Kwon Deok, cheol, drugmaker, , , 1,125.2100 Organizations: REUTERS, SK Bioscience Co, SK Bioscience, South Korea, EuBiologics, Genexine Inc, Korea Disease Control, Prevention Agency, Authorities Locations: SEOUL, South Korea, U.S, Korea, Seoul
What We Know About the Police Shooting of Daunte Wright in Minneapolis
  + stars: | 2021-04-12 | by ( Melanie Grayce West | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Who was Daunte Wright? A police officer fatally shot Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, with a single bullet on Sunday during a traffic stop in the Brooklyn Center suburb of Minneapolis. A woman who identified herself as Mr. Wright’s mother said to local media that Mr. Wright had a young son. “Gwen and I are praying for Daunte Wright’s family as our state mourns another life of a Black man taken by law enforcement,” Gov. Police said the officer shot Mr. Wright after he re-entered his car, which had traveled several blocks before striking another vehicle.
Persons: Daunte Wright, Tim Gannon, Wright’s, Wright, “ Gwen, Daunte, Tim Walz Organizations: Brooklyn Center, Minneapolis . Police, Sunday . Brooklyn Center Police, , Police, Authorities Locations: Brooklyn, Minneapolis
A Florida woman who claimed she was Harry Potter has been arrested in connection with a hit-and-run crash that killed a federal judge and injured a six-year-old boy, authorities said. Feuerstein, a federal judge in New York’s Eastern District, was later pronounced dead at a hospital, the affidavit said. Snape was later found in a car that matched the description of the vehicle that struck Feuerstein and the boy, it said. She began fighting with emergency medical workers in the ambulance and said she was Harry Potter, the affidavit said. Snape denied that she had been involved in the crash, according to the document.
Persons: Harry Potter, Natasia Snape, Sandra Feuerstein, Snape, Feuerstein, George W, Bush Organizations: Authorities, Cardozo School of Law Locations: Florida, Delray Beach, Fort Lauderdale, New, New York City, New York
Officials in Burbank, California, have put up a chain-link fence around a restaurant that repeatedly refused to stop serving diners during the pandemic. A post shared by Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill (@tinhornflatsburbank)The restaurant told Insider staff wore masks and that people couldn't eat indoors. Tinhorn Flats repeatedly defied COVID-19 safety ordersOn July 1, Los Angeles County officials ordered restaurants to halt indoor dining. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health received dozens of complaints that Tinhorn Flats was still serving people outside. He told The Los Angeles Times that fines totaling around $50,000 had been levied against the business.
Persons: they'll, Derek Green, Baret Lepejian, Read, Domino's, Baret, Lucas Lepejian Organizations: Authorities, NBC, Tinhorn, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Los Angeles Superior, Burbank, Burbank City, Los Angeles Times Locations: Burbank , California, Burbank, NBC Los Angeles, Tin, Los Angeles, Los, padlocked, City
1 dead, officer wounded in Tennessee school shooting, police say
  + stars: | 2021-04-12 | by ( ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
A confrontation in a Tennessee high school that involved police officers responding to a report of a possible armed man left one person dead and an officer wounded, authorities said. No other persons were killed or wounded, police said, adding the scene had been secured at the Austin-East Magnet High School in Knoxville following the afternoon shooting. The school was the subject of media reports in February after three students were shot to death over a three-week span. The Knoxville Police Department tweeted that authorities were at the site of the shooting at Austin-East Performing Arts Magnet High School. The online posting said a Knoxville Police Department officer was reported among the victims.
Persons: Bob Thomas Organizations: Austin, East Magnet High School, Authorities, Knoxville Police, Facebook, Knoxville News Sentinel, The Knoxville Police Department, East Performing Arts Magnet High School, Knoxville Police Department, Knox County Schools Locations: Tennessee, Knoxville, Knox
FILE PHOTO: A healthcare professional prepares a dose of the Pfizer coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine as high-risk workers receive the first vaccines in the state of Victoria's rollout of the program, in Melbourne, Australia, February 22, 2021. REUTERS/Sandra Sanders//File PhotoSYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia has abandoned a goal to vaccinate nearly all of its 26 million population by the end of 2021 following advice that people under the age of 50 take Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine rather than AstraZeneca’s shot. Australia, which had banked on the AstraZeneca vaccine for the majority of its shots, had no plans to set any new targets for completing its vaccination programme, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said in a Facebook post on Sunday afternoon. Australia, which raced to double its order of the Pfizer vaccine last week, had originally planned to have its entire population vaccinated by the end of October. About 1.16 million COVID-19 doses have now been administered, Morrison added, noting the speed of Australia’s vaccination programme was in line with other peer nations, including Germany and France, and ahead of Canada and Japan.
Persons: Sandra Sanders, vaccinate, Scott Morrison, ” Morrison, Morrison Organizations: Pfizer, REUTERS, SYDNEY, AstraZeneca, Authorities Locations: Melbourne, Australia, Canberra, Germany, France, Canada, Japan
HONOLULU — An armed man who barricaded himself inside a hotel room at a resort in Honolulu and fired shots through the door was still in a standoff with police Sunday morning. No one was hurt in the gunfire late Saturday at The Kahala Hotel & Resort, Honolulu police Capt. The luxury resort said in a statement that hotel security and law enforcement evacuated the area around the room. Hotel security staff went up to the room where the man was located and knocked on the door. Images from outside the resort showed a large police presence, including a SWAT team.
Persons: Brian Lynch, ” Lynch, “ We’re, Yevgeniy Lendel, , Rex Jakobovits, Jakobovits Organizations: Resort, Authorities, Police, SWAT, Hawaii News, Visitors Locations: HONOLULU, Honolulu
India's new COVID-19 cases hit record again amid vaccination push
  + stars: | 2021-04-11 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Daily cases have set record highs six times this week, according to data from the federal health ministry. India’s tally of more than 13.35 million cases is the third-highest globally, behind only Brazil and the United States. Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a four-day “Vaccination Festival” on Sunday to push more eligible Indians to get a COVID-19 shot. “During this time we have to move towards optimum utilization of the country’s vaccination capacity,” Modi said in an open letter. The country has administered more than 100 million doses since the middle of January, the most after the United States and China.
Persons: Narendra Modi, ” Modi, immunisation, , Uddhav Thackeray Organizations: Reuters, Authorities Locations: DELHI, India, Brazil, United States, China, Maharashtra, Mumbai, Haridwar, Sunday
A police officer points at people in line at a railway station amidst the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Mumbai, India, April 11, 2021. India, known as the pharmacy of the world, has already stalled major exports of coronavirus vaccines though its supply too has run short in some states of the country. In addition to the Remdesivir ban “till the situation improves”, the health ministry said that manufacturers had been asked to step up supplies. The World Health Organization in November issued a conditional recommendation against the use of Remdesivir in hospitalised patients, saying there was no evidence that the drug improved survival and other outcomes. “Rostering of health care workers, hiring of contractual health workers need to be expedited,” India’s health secretary said, flagging an acute shortage of healthcare workers in seven districts of Maharashtra.
Persons: Francis Mascarenhas Authorities, Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, Biocon’s, Rajesh Tope Organizations: Sunday, REUTERS, Home, Gilead Sciences, Reddy’s Laboratories, Hetero Labs, Sciences, Healthcare, World Health Organization, Authorities Locations: DELHI, India, Mumbai, Gujarat, Seven India, Gilead, United States, Brazil, Maharashtra, China, Haridwar city
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