Moderna says its new booster vaccine candidate is effective against Omicron subvariants

Like other Omicron variants, BA.4 and BA.5 tend to have a milder gradient because they settle less in the lungs. Moderna said Wednesday that its new booster vaccine candidate for Covid-19, which the company hopes will be approved in the fall, is effective against the latest Omicron subvariants. Read alsoVaccines: how BioNTech and Moderna are … Read more

Moderna says its new booster vaccine candidate is effective against Omicron subvariants

Like other Omicron variants, BA.4 and BA.5 tend to have a milder gradient because they settle less in the lungs. Moderna said Wednesday that its new booster vaccine candidate for Covid-19, which the company hopes will be approved in the fall, is effective against the latest Omicron subvariants. Read alsoVaccines: how BioNTech and Moderna are … Read more

the Stellantis factory in Rennes and Sochaux shut down

The factories will remain closed until July 1. Production at the Stellantis (ex PSA) plants in Rennes-La Janais and Sochaux (Doubs) will be halted until July 1 due to the shortage of semiconductors, a measure affecting some 2,000 workers. The Rennes factory would be shut down on Wednesday evening, the Sochaux factory has been shut … Read more

The Saudi Crown Prince in Ankara, “business as usual” after Khashoggi

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is expected in Turkey on June 22 for his first official visit to the country, following nine years of estrangement as a result of the Arab Spring and aggravated by the Istanbul murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. “God willing, we will see to what level we can raise relations … Read more

Kellogg Announces Split Into Three Separate Companies

US breakfast cereal giant Kellogg said Tuesday it plans to split its operations into three separate companies, each listed on the stock exchange. The new structure includes a group engaged in the international sale of snacks, cereals and noodles, as well as frozen breakfasts in North America, a company focused on the sale of cereals … Read more

Kellogg Announces Split Into Three Separate Companies

US breakfast cereal giant Kellogg said Tuesday it plans to split its operations into three separate companies, each listed on the stock exchange. The new structure includes a group engaged in the international sale of snacks, cereals and noodles, as well as frozen breakfasts in North America, a company focused on the sale of cereals … Read more

first financial fines for dark shops

Paris City Hall wants to impose the first financial sanctions by early July on the “big players” in the delivery of quick groceries at home that do not respect city planning regulations. Paris City Hall says it wants to impose the first financial sanctions on early July “great actors“of the delivery of fast races at … Read more

USA Today reporter resigns over false reporting

She came up with sources and quotes: a journalist from the US national daily newspaper USA today resigned and the newspaper withdrew some twenty articles from its site, expressed its “regret” on Thursday, June 16, and reaffirmed its editorial and ethical principles. It was upon receipt of a request for correction of an article that: … Read more

London’s Gatwick airport cancels flights this summer

Following scenes of chaos and flight cancellations that have hit UK airports recently, London’s Gatwick hub announced on Friday that it would significantly reduce the number of daily flights in July and August. Read alsoAmsterdam Airport Schiphol wants to avoid ‘unmanageable’ queues by limiting flights ALSO SEE – Quarter of flights canceled at Paris-CDG airport … Read more

agreement reached on fishing, lifting of patents on Covid vaccines and food safety

After several days of intense negotiations, marked by India’s inflexibility on various texts, the negotiators finally agreed on all these issues. The Ministerial Meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO) announced in Geneva on Friday, June 17 that it has approved agreements “historical” on fishing, lifting anti-Covid patents and food insecurity. That is “an unprecedented … Read more