Two British Health Workers With a History of Allergies Have Had Reaction to Coronavirus Vaccine [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Two British Health Workers With a History of Allergies Have Had Reaction to Coronavirus Vaccine [Headlines]

They say people who have a history of severe allergies should not receive the vaccine. And other top stories.

By Hope NewsroomThursday 10 Dec 2020News

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team

Regulators in the UK have issued an alert about the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine – after two health workers suffered allergic reactions.

They say people who have a history of severe allergies should not receive the vaccine.

Canada has now given approval to the Pfizer vaccine.

The first vaccinations are expected to begin next week.

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An Albury teenager, charged with encouraging a mass casualty terrorist attack, is due in court today.

The 18-year-old was arrested yesterday after a recent escalation of online activity.

Testing untreated sewage can detect COVID-19 in communities weeks before people display symptoms.

The new research by the CSIRO and the University of Queensland could lead to an early detection system and means the virus can be dealt with quickly.

Sydney’s Catholic Archbishop has issued a new pastoral letter, urging the faithful to return to Mass now that COVID-19 restrictions have been eased.

But the elderly and those with health conditions are urged not to join if they’re worried about contracting COVID-19.

The Federal Government will extend trials of the controversial cashless debit card by two years, after last-minute amendments were agreed to by the Senate.

A bill to extend the trials passed the Senate, after last minute amendments to address concerns from crossbench.

Researchers are warning that some foods marketed as healthy, are actually contributing to obesity.

A study has found those who eat large amounts of highly processed foods such as breakfast cereals, microwave meals and packaged soups are 61 per cent more likely to be obese.