Some students got vaccinated in India only to find out that it wasn’t valid on their U.S. campus. But that's just the start of their concerns.
“Here ignorance is bliss.”
Desperate relatives are risking their lives or turning to the black market for oxygen to save their sick relatives.
Despite a rule that stipulates all objects carried by climbers to Everest must be brought back, cylinders are sometimes left buried under snow.
“There is too much demand and not enough supply, so we are forced to sell oxygen at ten times its price,” a seller told VICE World News.
People around the world are stepping up to give money for meals, PPE kits, oxygen cylinders and life-saving drugs.
After a young Black man was shot by police, far-right trolls spread thousands of memes calling him a homophobe with dozens of criminal convictions. None of it was true.
Tayyaba Iqbal, a postgraduate student at the University of Oxford, is currently £4,200 in debt and facing legal action for a flat she hasn’t lived in since September.
More than 100 devotees who took part in this holy dip have already tested positive for coronavirus.
The student circulated fake news of 13 students testing positive after coming to the school for a practical exam.
India is currently undertaking the world’s largest vaccination drive of its kind.
Schools will operate with 50 percent staff capacity and require permission slips from parents.