France has moved to restrict restaurants, cafes and shopping centres to those that have been vaccinated or who have recently tested negative for COVID-19.

It was part of a package of measures announced on Monday evening to fight a new wave of COVID infections in the country.

President Emmanuel Macron said maximising COVID vaccinations was key in preventing another lockdown further down the line.

“The country is facing a strong resumption of the epidemic touching all our territory,” he said during a televised address against the backdrop of the Eiffel Tower.

Warning of a new wave of potential hospitalisations in

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ORLANDO, Fla. – The hashtag SOSCuba has gone viral since Cuban people on the island raised their voices demanding freedom from communism and expressing their frustration over a shortage of food and medicine.

“The hashtag SOSCuba was something that was created among the youth within Cuba,” Chantelle Pérez, the daughter of a Cuban exile said.

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The popular hashtag was first known in the small town of Matanzas, just east of Havana. Pérez said it was an

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A significant side effect of the coronavirus pandemic is the current inflation consumers are experiencing. According to NBC News, consumers saw price hikes for the third straight month in June, jumping 5.4 percent year over year as demand outweighs supply. From the price of gas to the grocery store, there’s no way around the fact that as the world reopens, we’ll be paying more to get our usual goods including that morning cup of jo.

Jayson L. Lusk, a distinguished professor and head of the Department of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University told TODAY Food that one of the biggest

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EFSA is stepping up its efforts to halt the spread of African swine fever in Europe by expanding its campaign to a further nine countries.

Last summer, EFSA launched a major campaign to raise awareness of the disease in south-east Europe. The campaign was carried out in partnership with local authorities in countries comprising a “region of concern” — Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia and Slovenia — due to their proximity to countries where ASF is present.

EFSA is now extending the campaign – aimed primarily at farmers – to Bulgaria, the Czech Republic,

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