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You’re not feeling so hot. Should you get tested for COVID-19?

You wake up with a cough and a headache, and you start to worry: Is this a cold or COVID-19? With a rising number of cases in Massachusetts, many are wondering when is the right time to get tested. Public health officials and researchers say COVID-19 tests remain the surest way to evaluate symptoms consistent with respiratory viruses.

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You’re not feeling so hot. Should you get tested for COVID-19?

Netizens troll Pak PM Imran Khan over India's population

New Delhi [India], August 4 (ANI): In a goof-up, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that India has a population of 1 billion 300 crores, landing him into the perfect position to be trolled online. Khan in a video, which has now gone viral on social media, was trying to draw an analogy with the world and test cricket.

thelondonnews.net ,  5h 14
Netizens troll Pak PM Imran Khan over India's population

Therapy app takes aim at cultural gap in mental-health treatment

One barrier faced by people of colour seeking mental-health support is a lack of therapists who share the same cultural background. A new app called Althea Therapy, created by Hamilton-raised mental-health advocate Micheline Khan, seeks to close that gap by connecting BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and people of colour) clients with therapists from their communities.

thespec.com ,  1d 1
Therapy app takes aim at cultural gap in mental-health treatment

Mayor of London “determined” to crack down on violent crime by tackling root causes

By Joe Talora, Local Democracy Reporter London’s Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) is to expand its work following investments from City Hall and the Home Office in a bid to tackle violent crime. With 22 teenage lives lost to violent crime already this year, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has outlined a new range of measures aimed at tackling the root causes of violent crime.

londonnewsonline.co.uk ,  1d 1
Mayor of London “determined” to crack down on violent crime by tackling root causes

GMB's Dr Amir Khan 'cautiously optimistic' after infection and hospitalisations rates decrease

He highlighted that test, trace and isolate is still very important Good Morning Britain's Dr Amir Khan said he's "cautiously" optimistic after new figures show there has been a drop in infection and hospitalisations. Although he highlighted that people should not be deleting the NHS test and trace app as he told the panel that it's still important.

plymouthherald.co.uk ,  1d 5
GMB's Dr Amir Khan 'cautiously optimistic' after infection and hospitalisations rates decrease

Kate Garraway warns ‘there are more long Covid symptoms emerging’ as husband Derek continues road to recovery

KATE Garraway has warned "there are more long Covid symptoms emerging" as husband Derek Draper continues his road to recovery. She made the comment as Good Morning Britain today aired footage of Lewis Hamilton admitting he was still suffering the effects of Covid after being diagnosed in December.

thesun.co.uk ,  2d 5
Kate Garraway warns ‘there are more long Covid symptoms emerging’ as husband Derek continues road to recovery

GMB's Dr Khan warns evidence about Covid booster jabs 'is not as strong as we might think'

He told the panel although they will improve antibodies there's an ethical dilemma Good Morning Britain's Dr Amir Khan has stated that the evidence behind booster jabs is not as strong as we may think. Although he said there was 'no doubt' it would improve antibodies, he added that there is a lot to discuss along with there being an ethical issue as some poorer countries haven't had one vaccine and we could be offering a third.

plymouthherald.co.uk ,  2d 528
GMB's Dr Khan warns evidence about Covid booster jabs 'is not as strong as we might think'

Fury latest big name to be added to upcoming boxing game ESBC joining Ali & Khan

TYSON Fury is the latest boxing star to be added to the video game Esports Boxing Club. The Gypsy King, 32, was revealed to be a playable character on the forthcoming PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X title in a video on social media by the vice president of global acquisitions for ESBC, Todd Grisham.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  4d 0
Fury latest big name to be added to upcoming boxing game ESBC joining Ali & Khan

Resign, Sadiq! 'Mayor of Spin' Khan told to quit now as London turns into a bloodbath

SADIQ KHAN needs to admit he is not up to the job and resign as London becomes a bloodbath of knife crime, according to a former mayoral candidate. Oxford Street: Police cordon area following stabbing Over recent weeks, the capital has been dubbed "Lawless London" following a wave of both fatal and non-fatal stabbings.

express.co.uk ,  4d 454
Resign, Sadiq! 'Mayor of Spin' Khan told to quit now as London turns into a bloodbath

Fallout continues over alleged slurs aimed at health chief

Civil rights advocates, religious leaders and others say they're outraged by St. Louis County Health Director Faisal Khan’s claims that he was assaulted and bombarded with racial slurs after defending a new mask mandate Civil rights advocates, religious leaders and others on Friday said they were outraged by St. Louis County Health Director Faisal Khan's claims that he was assaulted and bombarded with racial slurs after defending a new mask mandate.

independent.co.uk ,  4d 5
Fallout continues over alleged slurs aimed at health chief

‘I was fearful for my safety’: St Louis health official speaks out on racist abuse

People mocked Faisal Khan’s accent and a council member questioned his credentials over Covid measure A top public health official in a St Louis suburb has spoken out after he was targeted by racist abuse at a council meeting on re-introducing mask mandates to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

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‘I was fearful for my safety’: St Louis health official speaks out on racist abuse

Sadiq Khan's influence waning as Labour's identity politics 'not as popular in London'

SADIQ KHAN's influence in London could be waning as the Labour Party's pursuit of identity politics "isn't as popular" in the capital, a commentator claimed. Mr Khan has been plunged into a bitter row after making a U-turn and deciding to keep the increased congestion charge in London.

express.co.uk ,  5d 6
Sadiq Khan's influence waning as Labour's identity politics 'not as popular in London'

Eddie Hearn unveils 'talks' for 'grudge match' between Amir Khan and Kell Brook

Matchroom Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn believes that broadcasters have held 'talks' to stage the domestic fight between Amir Khan and Kell Brook, and predicts that 'we will get' grudge match to stage the domestic grudge match between Amir Khan and Kell Brook. The fight between the pair has always been in a missed opportunity in the past, but Khan has recently been talking up an all-British bout stating that he would like to return to the ring by the latest date of November.

mirror.co.uk ,  5d 7
Eddie Hearn unveils 'talks' for 'grudge match' between Amir Khan and Kell Brook

RAISING FUNDS: Garston councillor to take part in sponsored walk for homeless charity

A Garston councillor will be doing a sponsored walk to raise vital funds for a homeless charity. Leggatts ward councillor, Asif Khan will be doing the walk with his 15-year-old son Sulayman on Saturday, July 31. This is to fundraise for Hand on Heart (HoH) charity, as part of their Summer Homeless Campaign.

mynewsmag.co.uk ,  6d 0
RAISING FUNDS: Garston councillor to take part in sponsored walk for homeless charity

St Louis County's Asian public health director says he was surrounded by a mob who called him a 'fat brown c**t' and 'brown b*****d' after he pushed for mask mandate

Dr. Faisal Khan - St. Louis County's public health director - was pushed and called a 'fat brown c**t' and 'brown b*****d' after Tuesday's council meeting He spoke in favor of the mask mandate before the council overturned it

dailymail.co.uk ,  6d 0
St Louis County's Asian public health director says he was surrounded by a mob who called him a 'fat brown c**t' and 'brown b*****d' after he pushed for mask mandate

Nick Bowes: Sadiq Khan should focus on five top priorities for his second term at City Hall

When Sadiq Khan was declared the winner of May’s election shortly before midnight on 9 May, the pattern of all London Mayors to date securing a second term was continued. But what makes this latest re-election different from that of his predecessors is the unprecedented backdrop.

onlondon.co.uk ,  6d 0
Nick Bowes: Sadiq Khan should focus on five top priorities for his second term at City Hall

'One-man wrecking ball' Sadiq Khan branded 'out of touch' after U-turn over huge charge

SADIQ Khan has been branded a "one-man wrecking ball" after Transport for London confirmed a supposedly temporary 23 percent increase to the Congestion Charge is in fact being made permanent. And former Brexit Party MEP Ben Habib has said the decision underlines how “out of touch” the capital’s Mayor is, warning the hike will impact hard-working Londoners, rather than the wealthy.

express.co.uk ,  6d 37
'One-man wrecking ball' Sadiq Khan branded 'out of touch' after U-turn over huge charge

Cummings directed government to use taxpayers’ money to do political polling on Keir Starmer and opposition figures, emails reveal

Emails released by the Good Law Project show civil servants raised concerns Boris Johnson’s government gave taxpayers’ money to a private firm to conduct political polling on key opposition figures – including Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer and London mayor Sadiq Khan, newly-published emails show. Dominic Cummings, former senior No 10 adviser, personally asked Hanbury Strategy to do the polling on the government’s response to the Covid pandemic, before the company was given a £580,000 contract.

independent.co.uk ,  6d 3
Cummings directed government to use taxpayers’ money to do political polling on Keir Starmer and opposition figures, emails reveal