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Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene was banned on Twitter in January 2022 for, as she quoted, "COVID misinformation." However, she's back and is still making posts about — you guessed it — coronavirus.

According to Twitter, their COVID-19 policy is no longer enforced, which opened the floodgates for many people to recover their accounts.

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Good morning — Andrew from Narcity here. ☕

Off The Top: Did you know that a lot of budget airlines are able to offer cheaper routes to passengers by avoiding the pricier fees at major airports? For instance, a Flair Airlines jet en route for Vancouver recently stopped, uh, several hundred feet beyond the end of the runway at the Waterloo International Airport. Sure, fares a low — but the walk back to the tarmac is a killer.

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As temperatures continue to drop and winter takes hold, it's inevitable that more people will start feeling ill.

With the common cold circulating, flu season on the rise and COVID-19 still in the mix, it can be hard to know exactly what's causing you to feel sick, especially since the majority of the symptoms overlap.

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We're back; sorry it's Monday — Andrew from Narcity here. ☕

Off The Top: A traveller has reignited the never-ending debate over reclining your seat on an airplane, recording a video showing the seat of the passenger in front of him situated inches from his face. The Morning Brief's rule of thumb? If there's any threat of recreating the famous kiss scene from Spider-Man, you're too far back.

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An Ontario child with a confirmed case of the flu has died amid provincial concerns of RSV, the flu and COVID-19.

Leeds, Grenville and Lanark (LGL) District Health Unit's Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Linna Li, confirmed to Narcity that a child has died in their region.

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