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Fauci urges Americans — one last time — to get the updated COVID-19 booster
the nation's top infectious disease expert who became a household name — and the subject of partisan attacks — during the COVID-19 pandemic, announced this summer his retirement from the federal government. On Tuesday, he appeared at the White House podium to give likely his final message to Americans. His words came familiar and consistent messaging — get your COVID shot. The particular COVID shot that Fauci is referring to this time is a tweaked version of the vaccine, the second booster shot known as the bivalent booster.The first look at the new shots' real-world effectiveness shows they work, he explained."So my message, and what may be my final message from this podium," he added with his signature smile, "please, for your own safety, get your updated COVID-19 shot."The COVID-19 pandemic introduced Fauci to millions of Americans, though he's given straight talk to the nation about numerous other outbreaks including HIV/AIDS, SARS, pandemic flu, Ebola and the 2001 anthrax attacks.He directs the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden and also leads a lab studying the immune system.In announcing his departure, the 81-year-old Fauci called his roles "the honor of a lifetime" but said it was time "to pursue the next chapter of my career."Dr.
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Ofcom investigating GB News after guest likens Covid vaccine to 'mass murder'
Ofcom has launched an investigation into television channel GB News after a guest likened the Covid-19 vaccine to "mass murder".The comments were made during an episode of Mark Steyn's programme which featured author and journalist Dr Naomi Wolf.After her appearance on the show, Ofcom received a staggering 411 complaints, following Dr Wolf's description of the coronavirus vaccine rollout strategy.READ MORE: Eamonn Holmes 'felt cheated' as 'beautiful' moment at Queen's funeral was 'ruined'A spokesperson for Ofcom said: "We are investigating whether this programme broke our rules designed to protect viewers from harmful material."Ofcom's investigation will examine whether the programme broke their rules which are designed to protect viewers from material that could be considered harmful.Dr Wolf was previously suspended from Twitter in June 2021 for spreading vaccine misinformation. In addition to this, she also caused controversy when she compared Dr Anthony Fauci, the top Covid adviser in the United States, to Satan.As a result of her actions, Dr Wolf was denounced as a conspiracy theorist.While speaking to presenter Mark on his programme she said: "It's sad that it takes a year for the rest of the world to catch up with what used to be called journalism."I'm not a contrarian, I'm not a conspiracy theorist, I'm a journalist and I did a year ago what I've done for 35 years and which until 2020 led me to be a darling of the established media," she expressed.She continued: "But in 2020 and in 2021, when I was reporting accurately on women's health problems that women were reporting subsequent to the Moderna Covid-19 injection, specifically menstrual problems, I was denounced, smeared.