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Georgian students drive campaign to help India through COVID crisis

'It’s hard for me,' explains Ishaan Sachdeva the president of the Georgian College students' association, adding, sadly, 'I wasn’t there to help them'
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World Triathlon launch emergency COVID-19 fund to help athletes compete at top level

World Triathlon has announced a support fund of $100,000 (£70,000/€80,000) to provide financial assistance to athletes affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
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World's largest manufacturer of injection devices reaches COVID support milestone

BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company) has received pandemic orders for needles and syringes totalling 2 billion injection devices to support global COVID-19 vaccination efforts.
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Offering babysitting and barbershop outreach, the White House launches new initiatives to boost vaccinations
President Biden announced a raft of new private-sector initiatives on Wednesday to encourage Americans to get vaccinated, as his administration increasingly looks to outside partners to help meet its goal of 70 percent of adult Americans with at least one shot of a coronavirus vaccine by the Fourth of July. Declaring June a “national month of action,” the administration wants to incentivize Americans who are hesitant about getting vaccinated with a range of perks, including free food delivery, baseball tickets, Xboxes and chances to win cruise tickets, groceries for a year and free airline flights.
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UK reports no new Covid-19 deaths for first time since July 2020

Britain has reported zero daily deaths from Covid-19 for the first time since 30 July last year despite a recent rise in cases linked to the Delta (Indian) variant.
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UK Football Teams Offer NHS Staff Their Hotels & Set Up Food Banks for Public

Several football clubs including Liverpool FC, Everton, Aston Villa and Newcastle donated the food which had been ordered to the stadiums, to food banks instead.
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France begins reopening of society as the country eases Covid restrictions

PEOPLE IN FRANCE will begin today to experience an easing of Covid-19 restrictions. As cases fall and vaccinations rise they will be able to enjoy indoor dining and staying out until 11:00 pm for the first time in months.
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After feeding thousands in Australia, they want to help in India
Radhika Bharadwaj, 14, and her sister Krishnapriya, 10, have had a busy run. They cooked for and fed 13,000 firefighters and affected families by the Australian bushfires of 2019. When Covid-19 broke out, they reached out to the homeless and the needy with 9,000 home-cooked meals — they continue to do so every weekend. And now, having learnt about the second wave’s onslaught in India, they are trying to raise $100,000 to help, of which they have already put together $24,000 and ordered oxygen concentrators for India.
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