Health experts said that the controversy over the safety of the emerging coronavirus vaccines will continue to exist, even after the end of clinical trials, and this matter may affect people's confidence in the vaccine and its preventive benefits.
According to the "New York Times" newspaper, millions of people in the United States will receive the Corona vaccine when it is ready, and since many of them will die, due to various factors and diseases, it is likely that death will be linked to the issue of taking the vaccine.
Scientists fear that the death of anyone who took the vaccine will be linked to the issue of complications, while people die from "Covid-19" disease, caused by the Corona virus, and others, and what is meant is that someone, for example, will die due to an old heart disease, but since it is He took the Corona vaccine shortly before in order to protect himself from the virus, his acquaintances and his family may consider the matter to be caused by the vaccine.
The American newspaper reported that this matter requires that federal and state institutions take the initiative to communicate and display data in order to counter misleading campaigns.
The White House initiative is focused, at the present time, on accelerating the development of vaccines against the Corona virus in a record period, through extensive clinical trials, and then passing to manufacturing at a later time.
After starting to use these vaccines, a number of medical and scientific institutions in the United States will continue to monitor the health developments of those who take them.
Researchers from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention along with the US Food and Drug Administration (they) have monitored the use of vaccines for decades, and this has helped them develop sophisticated programs for analyzing data.
Researcher Bruce Gillin, president of the Sabin Vaccine Institute, said that following up on developing vaccines is similar to what satellites do in the process of monitoring weather conditions.
But monitoring the hundreds of millions of Americans who will receive vaccines from several companies by next summer will not be easy at all, and it may be a "storm storm" that has not been dealt with before.
In 2009, for example, when a new strain of H1N1 flu spread, researchers quickly developed a vaccine, and between October 2009 and January 2010, it was introduced to more than 82 million people in the United States.
As usual, a special system was formed, at the time, to monitor any worrisome complications for people who had received the vaccine, but in the 1970s, there was an American program that urged parents to report any complications to their children after vaccination.
Since people may report developments unrelated to taking the vaccine, the US health authorities, in the year 1990, relied on a monitoring system that uses the evaluation of health-care-providing agencies in order to notice and report complications when they appear on people who have taken the same vaccine.
The left-back of Bayern Munich, Canadian international Alfonso Davis, suffered a ligament injury to his right ankle that will keep him out of action for a period of 6-8 weeks.
Davis, one of the most prominent players of the Bavarian team, was injured recently, two minutes after the start of his team's match against Eintracht Frankfurt (5 - zero) in the domestic league, and was unable to complete it.
"Alfonso suffers from an ankle ligament injury," coach Hanzi Flick said. "One of the ligaments is torn completely and the other partially. We estimate that he will be out of action for 6 to 8 weeks."
"The injury of Davis is a heavy blow, and when a player of this type is absent, it is painful," the French press agency quoted the Bavarian coach as saying.
Davis was playing his first major match since his participation against Dior in the German Cup competition on October 15th, and he played instead of Frenchman Luca Hernandez in the matches against Armenia Bielefeld locally and against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League.
The Australian government expressed "serious concerns" asking Qatar to provide answers, after Qatar Airways forced a group of Australian women to disembark from a plane that was heading to Sydney, to be stripped, searched and subjected to a medical examination, after the body of a baby was found at the airport.
The events of the incident date back to the second of October, when the authorities at Hamad International Airport forced all the women who were on the flight from Doha to Sydney to get off the plane.
One of the 34 passengers on the plane, Wolfgang Babek, told the details of the incident to the Australian newspaper "The Guardian", saying that the flight was delayed for 4 hours after all the passengers were on board the Qatari plane.
He added that all the women on board were forced to leave the plane, and upon their return, signs of discontent were evident on their faces, while at least one was crying, he said.
He added, "At least one was crying. They discussed what happened with each other, and they considered it unacceptable and disgusting."
He pointed out that after speaking with some of these women, he learned that "they were taken to an area not designated for the public, where they were forced to take off their clothes completely, and medically examined to ensure that none of them had recently given birth to a child."
The Australian Channel Seven, which first published the story, reported that the 13 women were taken to an ambulance on the runway.
Earlier, a spokesman for the Australian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade told the Guardian newspaper that the ministry is "aware of reports relating to the treatment of passengers in Qatar on a Qatar Airways flight to Sydney."
He stressed that the ministry "is seeking more information from the Qatari authorities and Qatar Airways."
A statement issued later by the ministry said that the Australian government "has officially registered serious concerns about the incident with the Qatari authorities, and it has been confirmed that detailed and transparent information about the event will be provided soon."
For its part, Qatar Airways said that "it has not been contacted by any of the passengers on the flight," indicating that it "cannot comment."
A Qatar Airways spokesperson said: "We appreciate the concerns and distress expressed to you by the Australian passengers with whom you have spoken, and we will investigate these incidents with relevant authorities and officials."
Fans of Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo took advantage of the last El Clasico between the two giants of Spanish football, Real Madrid and Barcelona, on Saturday, to compare their favorite player with Barcelona legend Lionel Messi, considering that the numbers prove the superiority of their star.
And the Spanish El Clásico between Barcelona and Real Madrid ended with the latter winning by 3 goals to one, for the seventh round of the Spanish Football League.
The goals of the royal club were scored by Federico Valverde in the fifth minute, Sergio Ramos in the 63rd minute from a penalty kick, and Luca Modric in the 89th minute.
Barcelona's only goal in the match, which was played without fans on the floor of "Camp Nou", was from Ansu Fati's feet in the 8th minute.
And Real Madrid has 13 points in the balance, thus occupying first place, while Barcelona's balance is frozen at 7 points in tenth place.
As soon as the match ended, Ronaldo fans resorted to social media to compare him with his rival Messi, who used to face him in the Spanish League matches, and the Clasico in particular, before the Portuguese star moved to Juventus.
Fans of the "Don" stressed that he was "the top scorer" at "Camp Nou", with 12 goals in 9 seasons.
On the other hand, Messi has 11 goals in 17 seasons, which fans of the Argentine star respond to by saying that he played many of those seasons while he is still a young player, while Ronaldo moved to Real Madrid, who is a great star and has extensive experience.
Among the other statistics promoted by Ronaldo fans on social media, is the number of goals he scored this season with his Italian team, compared to the goals that Messi scored with Barcelona, who sought hard to leave him last summer, before deciding to stay for another season.
Users indicated that Ronaldo scored 5 goals in 5 games this season, while Messi scored only 3 goals, all from the penalty area, in 8 matches.
The United States announced the signing of an agreement it described as historic in the field of combating anti-Semitism with the King Hamad International Center for Peaceful Coexistence of the Government of Bahrain
The US special envoy for monitoring and combating anti-Semitism, Ilan Carr, stated on his official account on "Twitter": "We signed a moment ago a historic agreement with the King Hamad International Center of the Kingdom of Bahrain to fight anti-Semitism together in the Middle East and outside it, and we will also establish programs to educate children in the region On the values of peaceful coexistence. "
Carr attached this tweet to a copy of the memorandum of understanding concluded in Washington on October 22, according to which the US envoy’s office and the King Hamad Center agreed to cooperate in “developing and implementing programs that provide mutual respect, understanding and peaceful coexistence between Arabs and Jews and their national states and among all people in the region.”
The agreement provides for cooperation between the US and Bahraini parties in combating "all forms of anti-Semitism, including anti-Zionism and delegitimizing the State of Israel."
This memorandum comes in light of the peace agreement that Bahrain concluded with Israel under the auspices of the United States last September.
Police, internal forces and riot police are deployed in the center of the Belarusian capital, Minsk, where a new, unlicensed, mass protest event is expected to be organized today by opposition supporters
Since the morning, traffic police cars have started blocking traffic on the streets adjacent to Istiklal Street, one of the city's central transportation streets. Despite this, traffic is still open on the same street.
A large convoy of security forces walked down this street towards the city center: it included trucks to transport people, enclosed vehicles, cars with water cannons, and armored vehicles.
On Sunday, the term of the "popular ultimatum" presented by the Belarusian opposition, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, to the republic's authorities ends. Tikhanovskaya insists that if a number of opposition demands are not met by October 26, then a general strike will be declared in all institutions throughout the country. These demands include the resignation of President Alexander Lukashenko, the release of all political prisoners, and an end to "violence in the streets."
The Russian "Admiralty Shipyards", a Russian shipbuilding corporation, is preparing to launch the new "Magadan" submarine, which will be used in the Russian Pacific Fleet, according to the Defense Ministry.
At the conclusion of a meeting held by the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Nikolai Yevminov, today, Sunday, the Information Office of the Ministry stated that the "Magadan" submarine is the third in the series of diesel-electric submarines of Project 636.3, which is being built for the Pacific Fleet.
It is noteworthy that the submarines of this project are armed with long-range "Caliber" winged missiles, which were previously used by the submarines of the Russian Black Sea Fleet when launched from the waters of the Mediterranean Sea on sites of extremist militants in Syria.