Javon Kinlaw was among NFL’s top rookie performers in Week 1

Javon Kinlaw was among NFL’s top rookie performers in Week 1

49ers rookie defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw didn’t have his name called many times Sunday in his NFL debut, but he was still extremely effective according to Pro Football Focus’ grading system. The No. 14 overall pick was the third-highest graded rookie in the first week behind Jaguars cornerback CJ Henderson and Washington defensive end Chase … Read more

India infections top five million mark

Healthcare officials have been carrying out oxygen level testing across India

Healthcare officials have been carrying out oxygen level testing across India The number of confirmed coronavirus infections in India has surpassed five million, officials say, the second-highest in the world after the US. The virus is spreading much faster in India than any other country, with daily cases crossing 90,000 for the five days up … Read more

Pfizer says late-stage coronavirus vaccine study shows moderate side effects

Pfizer says late-stage coronavirus vaccine study shows moderate side effects

By Manas Mishra (Reuters) – Pfizer Inc said on Tuesday participants were showing mild-to-moderate side effects when given either the company’s experimental coronavirus vaccine or a placebo in an ongoing late-stage study. Over 12,000 study participants had received a second dose of the vaccine, Pfizer executives said on an investor conference call. The company has … Read more

Survey shows young New Yorkers’ lack of Holocaust knowledge

Survey shows young New Yorkers' lack of Holocaust knowledge

Nearly 20 percent of Millennials and Gen Z in New York believe the Jews caused the Holocaust, according to a new survey released on Wednesday. The findings come from the first ever 50-state survey on the Holocaust knowledge of American Millennials and Gen Z, which was conducted by Schoen Cooperman Research. For instance, although there … Read more

Eight people in Indonesia refused to wear face masks. They were ordered to dig graves for COVID-19 victims as punishment.

Eight people in Indonesia refused to wear face masks. They were ordered to dig graves for COVID-19 victims as punishment.

Workers dig holes at a burial site for victims of the Covid-19 coronavirus in Jakarta on September 11, 2020. Indonesia’s capital Jakarta plans to re-impose a partial lockdown as early as September 14 over fears that surging coronavirus cases could “collapse” its under-pressure hospitals, the sprawling city’s governor said. Eight people in Indonesia who refused … Read more