Tuesday, September 21

Coronavirus Live News: World Approaching 150 Million Cases; Facebook blocks a hashtag calling for Modi’s resignation | World News





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Two deaths were reported in NSW after the AstraZeneca vaccine, including a man who developed blood clots

Australia’s drug regulator and the New South Wales health department will not confirm whether they are investigating two deaths that occurred after vaccination with the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine, saying only that they are “aware” of the cases. .

On Thursday, the Northern Daily Leader reported that a man in the northern New South Wales town of Tamworth had died in hospital on April 21 of blood clots in your lungs, which developed after receiving the vaccine. And ABC reported that a man in his 70s had died in Sydney after receiving the vaccine, but did not mention the cause of the man’s death.

It is not clear whether health authorities suspect that a rare and serious clotting condition related to the AstraZeneca vaccine, called thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome, is being investigated as a possible cause of the deaths. Although the Tamworth man developed clotting in his lungs, it is not yet clear whether the clotting was TTS or a more common form of clotting not related to the vaccine:




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Facebook blocks a hashtag calling for Modi’s resignation

A hashtag calling for the resignation of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was briefly blocked on Facebook on Wednesday, hiding more than 12,000 posts critical of the Indian government as the coronavirus pandemic spirals out of control in the country.

India-based Facebook users pointed out on Twitter that the #ResignModi hashtag had been blocked and could not be viewed on Facebook.

Users searching for the hashtag received a message that said posts were “temporarily hidden here” because “some of the content in those posts goes against our Community Standards”:




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The world is approaching 150 million cases




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