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Israel’s Netanyahu rushes vaccines and grants to polls
Israel’s successful vaccine programme, with which Netanyahu is closely associated, is scheduled to have inoculated all adults by end-March.
US corporate duty of care faces reappraisal
With the advent of President Joe Biden's administration, the country's experience with COVID-19 is becoming part of a new debate over whether healthcare should be a public good and about the role of the company in society.
Tighter targeting will make ransomware more risky
Ransomware operations are becoming more successful, prolific and profitable for hackers, intensifying cybersecurity risks for governments, companies and other organisations.
Variants may delay, not derail COVID-19 control
Viruses mutate when they multiply and often the changes do not affect their behaviour significantly. However, changes that allow them to infect better, evade immune defences or both may give rise to variants that ensure better survival for the virus, raising questions about the end of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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