SWCH earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2021.
(Reuters) -AstraZeneca said on Tuesday a late-stage trial failed to provide evidence that its COVID-19 antibody therapy protected people who had contact with an infected person from the disease, a small setback in its efforts to find alternatives to vaccines. The study assessed whether the therapy, a cocktail of two types of antibodies, could prevent adults who had been exposed to the virus in the past eight days from developing COVID-19 symptoms.
François Lecointre has announced his resignation as chief of defence staff to avoid being dragged into a political debate ahead of next year's presidential election. His decision comes at a turbulent time for the army as France prepares to scale back its operation in Mali, and following a row sparked by retired generals who have warned of the risk of civil war. Lecointre announced on Sunday he would step down on 20 July, exactly four years after taking up the post.“The main reason is to avoid th
All over-40s will now be offered their second vaccine eight weeks after their first
One firefighter has been injured
Labour leader welled up while discussing the death of his mother
China has warned Britain, the United States and the rest of the NATO alliance that it will not "sit by and do nothing" if challenges approach.
Britain and Australia announced a free trade deal on Tuesday which London said would eliminate tariffs on all British goods and boost jobs and businesses across the country. "Today marks a new dawn in the UK's relationship with Australia, underpinned by our shared history and common values," British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a statement. Britain said it had agreed a cap on tariff-free agricultural imports from Australia for 15 years with the aim of protecting farmers - a hot political issue in Britain ahead of the agreement.
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The captain and crew of the Ryanair passenger jet "hijacked" by the Belarus regime were pressured to confess on camera that they voluntarily diverted to Minsk, the airline’s boss Michael O'Leary has revealed. Mr O'Leary said a number of unidentified people boarded the aircraft carrying video cameras after the plane was intercepted and forced to land in the Belarus capital under the pretext of a fictitious bomb threat. He told MPs on the transport committee on Tuesday that they "repeatedly attemp
Met Office meteorologists have said Wednesday could be even hotter than Monday – the hottest day of the year so far.
The Queen is as regular a fixture at Royal Ascot as the horses and jockeys themselves. But today, for the first time in her 69-year reign, the racing enthusiast opted not to attend her favourite event in the sporting calendar. Instead, Her Majesty watched the opening day of racing on television at Windsor Castle. The Queen had no option to attend last year, when the entire event took place behind closed doors. This year marks the first time she has chosen to miss the races of her own accord. Roy
Parliament should be informed of policy updates before press and public
The results of the treatment were ‘not statistically significant’ said the drugmaker
A trip down memory lane as bosses bring back Janine
California’s drought may have helped solve the mystery of a 1965 plane crash. Underwater surveyors found the remains of a plane in Folsom Lake, which currently has historically low water levels
Body of fifteen-month-old Nicholas Crowder was found in bedroom earlier this year, reports say
Laurence Fox joined an anti-lockdown protest outside Downing Street as Boris Johnson’s announced a delay in his roadmap out of covid restrictions. The group of over 100 demonstrators brandished placards and chanted as the Prime Minister delivered confirmation that so-called ‘freedom day’ when pandemic rules could be scrapped has been delayed for up to four weeks. Actor and activist Fox, 43, warned that the demonstration was minor compared with what was being lined up for June 26.
Here are five charts, shared by Chris Whitty, that demonstrate how serious the situation is right now and why a lockdown delay was deemed necessary.
Three people have been arrested from the village so far
Mark Drakeford was asked about the proposed levy during a sitting of the Welsh Parliament.