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Kyrie Irving just became the second major celebrity to lose a clothing deal over his antisemitic comments online, after Nike decided on Monday to drop the basketball player in light of a recent tweet.

In a statement released on Monday, Nike announced, "Kyrie Irving is no longer a Nike athlete," reported the NBA.

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At this time in 2020, the world's top pharmaceutical companies were racing to find a potentially life-saving vaccine for COVID-19.

Now, Moderna has filed a lawsuit against other big COVID-19 vaccine makers, Pfizer and BioNTech, over the technology used to make those vaccines possible in the first place.

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The next generation of COVID-19 vaccines is here, with the U.K. becoming the first country to hand out a jab specifically designed for newer strains of the coronavirus.

U.K. regulators approved Moderna's new COVID booster on Monday, opening the door for a new round of vaccines meant to protect specifically against the Omicron variant.

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Canada's federal vaccine mandates for both travel and government employees have officially come to an end.

This means effective June 20, the majority of people who work for the government and have been on unpaid leave due to their vaccination status are able to return to work.

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More people will soon be able to sign up for their fourth COVID-19 vaccine dose in Ontario.

On Wednesday, April 6, the Ontario government announced that it's expanding eligibility for fourth doses to those who are aged 60 years old and older.

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