Trevor Noah on Nicki Minaj ’s vaccine tweet: ‘This has turned into a real problem’

Late-night hosts debunk rapper’s claim that the Covid vaccine made her cousin’s friend impotent and anticipate a rally in support of the...
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[Nairobi News] The government has dismissed claims the Covid-19 vaccine could make one impotent.
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"There’s no evidence that it happens, nor is there any mechanistic reason to imagine that it would happen," Dr. Anthony Fauci said.
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Minaj tweeted a claim about her cousin's friend's testicles. Fox News host Tucker Carlson then featured it. The tweet, that is, and not the testicles.
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Despite what Nicki Minaj tweeted, there's no evidence that the shots cause impotence or other sexual health problems.
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Despite what Nicki Minaj tweeted, there's no evidence that the shots cause impotence or other sexual health problems.
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Young health worker Masrat Farid has trekked long distances through remote Himalayan meadows in Indian-controlled Kashmir to vaccinate nomadic herders in a campaign launched in June. Her challenge isn't the treacherous terrain, she says, but persuading people to get inoculated against the coronavirus. “Everywhere we go it seems rumors reach earlier than we do, and it makes our job difficult,” Farid said during a recent vaccination campaign in a high altitude meadow. She said most people are hesitant to get vaccinated because of the rumors. And the rumors are plentiful. Fueled by misinformation and mistrust,...
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THURSDAY, May 13, 2021 -- Men now have one more compelling reason to get a COVID-19 vaccine— doctors suspect the new coronavirus could make it hard to perform in the bedroom. How? Coronavirus infection is already known to damage blood...
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Well hello! A version of this article also appeared in the It’s Not Just You newsletter. Sign up here to receive a new edition every Sunday for free. And write to me at Susanna@Time.com A Solitary Road Trip and Some Hope For Grace Next week I’m going to pack up my little snoring dog and drive from Brooklyn to Los Angeles all by my vaccinated self. It’s somewhat insane, especially if you know how slowly I drive. But like lots of things we’ve been waiting months to do, the idea of seeing any vista beyond my neighborhood is ridiculously thrilling. I’m awash in pandemic-fueled gratitude. There ar...
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The more the virus continues to multiply in the world ’s populations, the greater the likelihood of mutations that produce virulent strains against which existing vaccines prove impotent. The goal should be for a global race towards mass immunity, overtaking the ability of the virus to mutate into many more forms than have already been identified.
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Conclusion In 1919 George A. Soper1 wrote that the deadly Spanish Flu pandemic that swept around the earth was without any precedents, and that there had been no such catastrophe ‘so sudden, so devastating and so universal’. He remarked that, “The most astonishing thing about the pandemic was the complete mystery which surrounded it. Nobody seemed to know what the disease was, where it came from or how to stop it. Anxious minds are inquiring today whether another wave of it will come again”. With close to 3 million positive cases and around 0.2 million deaths worldwide, the coronavirus has compelle...
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