Morning Brief: U.S. High School Shooting, Pfizer Seeks FDA Approval, More World News
We bring you the biggest stories of the day so far. From Pfizer seeking U.S. FDA approval for Covid boosters for teens ages 16-17 to three people dead and eight injured in a U.S. high school shooting, we’ve got it all.
You can also read about a UN body saying that more than a third of the world has never used the internet and that Japan has rejected the holiday season because many will not go drinking with the boss.
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Pfizer seeks U.S. FDA approval for Covid boosters for teens aged 16-17
As concerns grow about the impact of the new variant of Omicron, Pfizer announced on Tuesday that it is seeking US approval for booster shots for teens between the ages of 16 and 17.
Three dead, eight injured in American high school shooting
A 15-year-old student opened fire on his Michigan high school on Tuesday, killing three teenagers and injuring eight others before surrendering to police, authorities said in what was the most American school shooting. murderous so far this year.
More than a third of the world has never used the Internet, according to a UN body
About 37% of the world’s population seems to have never used the Internet. The revelation was made by a United Nations body. The coronavirus pandemic has led to an increase in the number of internet users, but around 3 billion people still have not been able to use it.
Japan gives the green light for the holiday season because many will not go drinking with the boss
With the bonenkai or the holiday season all year round, many people in Japan seem to shy away from the tradition of a nomunication night, which means drinking and communicating, with co-workers, especially bosses.