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All the while, the clock ticks as the story takes place over a week leading up to an ominous-sounding festival for which Pew is advised to prepare (there are dark hints that it involves human sacrifice).
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· Wild Cockatoos Are Just as Smart as Lab-Raised Ones →
Previous research suggested that spending a lot of time with humans might make animals more innovative.
· Covid-19: HR Ministry to announce SOP on foreign worker housing tomorrow, says Ismail Sabri →
I was made to understand that tomorrow, the Human Resource Minister will announce the amendments to the Act.
· Planet of the Humans: Michael Moore and Jeff Gibbs criticise ‘blatant act of censorship’ after controversial documentary removed from YouTube →
Michael Moore and Jeff Gibbs’s latest documentary film, Planet of the Humans, has been removed from YouTube, where it had been streaming for free.
· Melburnians roll up their sleeves for coronavirus vaccine →
Half a dozen Melburnians rolled up their sleeves and were injected with a potential coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday, marking the start of human trials for an immunisation shot developers are hopeful could be rolled out to 1.5 billion people by next year.
· ‘The appeal to common sense hasn’t worked’: Italian politicians alarmed as huge crowds flock to bars and beaches →
“We aren’t surprised by what happened this weekend, but although it is understandable and human after two months to get out of home, we must not forget that we are still inside the Covid (pandemic), and thus those who feed the nightlife are betraying the sacrifices made by millions of Italians,” Mr Boccia said.
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Americans were drawn to bars, beaches and parks despite the number of U.S. deaths from COVID-19 approaching 100,000, while biotech company Novavax started the first human study of its experimental coronavirus vaccine.
· WA premier fears more Covid-19 infections after six test positive on live export ship in Fremantle →
“We [the commonwealth] have absolute responsibility, but we do not have public health officers on the ground and we delegate under a usually extremely effective partnership with the state and territory public health officers, whom I appointed as chief human biosecurity officers, so it is a partnership.”
· Blast destroys one of country's oldest known Aboriginal heritage sites →
Dr Slack and his colleagues’ report, due for publication this year, says the excavations provided new insights into the way of life for the earliest human populations, revealing the diversity and complexity of late Pleistocene toolkits, and the timing of tool use.