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Scientists Confirm The Existence of Salt Water Lakes on Mars

In 2018 scientists discovered a large salt water lake under the ice in the South Pole of Mars. Although it could not initially be confirmed as a body of water it was an exciting potential discovery that warranted further investigation.

Federal Government Announces Plans For Free Vaccines

Plans were released last week announcing how the federal government will distribute and administer Covid-19 vaccines once they have been cleared for use by the US Food and Drug Administration.

Apps To Help With Social Distancing

Governments across the world have attempted to implement test and trace systems in response to the coronavirus. Whilst some countries were able to successfully harness test and trace capabilities, others, during the height of their countries’ wave quickly became overwhelmed with the volume cases.

UK Government’s Green Recovery Focuses On Housing

As Coronavirus infections have slowed, governments looked to slowly re-open their economies, climate activists and experts have been urging the inclusion of green policies into economic recovery plans.

Is The Party Over In Europe’s Hotspots?

With travel restrictions still in place across the world due to the on-going coronavirus pandemic, many countries are worrying about their tourism industries. And with summer fast approaching it is clear that Europe could be severely affected financially.

Trump Considers Travel Ban For Brazil

President Donald Trump’s administration are also considering whether they should be restricting travel from Brazil following the news that coronavirus cases have increased, with the new cases potentially making it the new pandemic hot spot of the world.

Venezuelan Elite Test Positive to Covid-19 After Drug-Fuelled Party

While millions around the world are self-isolating or living in lockdown due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus, Venezuela’s ‘rich kids’ are seemingly ignoring all advice, causing fury throughout the rest of the poverty stricken country.