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Quebec reports first death of patient in Canada following AstraZeneca vaccine

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Quebec reports first death of patient in Canada following AstraZeneca vaccine  ReutersWoman’s AstraZeneca-related death in Quebec is first in Canada  Montreal GazetteCanada reports first death linked to AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine  Hindustan Times‘Demand is outstripping the supply’: Is Canada running out of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines?  Global NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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Quebec reports first death of patient in Canada following AstraZeneca vaccine  ReutersWoman’s AstraZeneca-related death in Quebec is first in Canada  Montreal GazetteCanada reports first death linked to AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine  Hindustan Times‘Demand is outstripping the supply’: Is Canada running out of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines?  Global NewsView Full Coverage on Google News
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May 13th Weather Discussion

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The sunshine continues into today, as temperatures climb to 18°C with light and variable winds. A few clouds move in tomorrow, but that won’t stop temperatures from reaching 20°C in the afternoon. Saturday will start with sunny skies in the morning,

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The sunshine continues into today, as temperatures climb to 18°C with light and variable winds. A few clouds move in tomorrow, but that won’t stop temperatures from reaching 20°C in the afternoon. Saturday will start with sunny skies in the morning,
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Global stock markets sink as inflation worries mount

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BEIJING (AP) — Stock markets in London and Tokyo tumbled 2.5% on Thursday and U.S. futures were lower after a jump in American consumer prices fueled worries inflation might drag on an economic recovery.

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BEIJING (AP) — Stock markets in London and Tokyo tumbled 2.5% on Thursday and U.S. futures were lower after a jump in American consumer prices fueled worries inflation might drag on an economic recovery.
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