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How To Make Your Facebook Profile Private

Facebook is meant to help us connect with people around the world. It might have noble intentions at the start, but over the years, it’s been plagued by bots and fake accounts designed to spam and scam, which is why making your Facebook account private might be a good idea.

It also helps prevent people from potentially stalking and harassing you or bullying you, a problem that the internet seems to be having these days. Thankfully, the process of making your Facebook account private is quick and simple, so here’s what you need to do if you’re looking to close off your Facebook account from strangers on the internet.

Limit who can see your future posts

Now that you’ve decided to take steps to make your Facebook profile private, changing who can see your future Facebook posts is a step in that direction. You can choose to limit it to

The Last, ‘Ultra-Cold’ Mile for Covid-19 Vaccines

It is likely that, to get vaccines into these areas, the ultra-cold shipments will have to be taken out of their special packaging, broken up into smaller lots, and transported various distances—maybe a few miles, maybe a few hundred. That will start a countdown clock ticking on the vaccine’s viability. The recipients might be small clinics that possess only normal refrigerators. Or they might be local pharmacies or individual doctors’ offices, if they exist—218 of the 3,141 counties in the US have no doctor at all. Two nationwide pharmacy chains have contracted with HHS to administer Covid-19 vaccines in nursing homes.

“Some of this is going to be received by a clerk at a CVS or a Walgreens pharmacy, somewhere in rural America, who’s had very little cold-chain training or expertise,” predicts Joseph Battoe, CEO of Varcode, a Chicago-based company making barcodes that record when a medical package’s cold

Thai royal consort’s explicit photos were leaked. Is it foul play?

Explicit images of the Thai royal consort, Sineenat “Koi” Wongvajirapakdi have been leaked in what seems to be a “power struggle” within the Thai royal family.

Not too long ago, Sineenat was sacked by Thailand’s King, Maha Vajiralongkorn. She had all her titles and privileges stripped off her just 3 months after she received them.

IMAGE: The Guardian

This was because she had apparently been “disloyal” and had “ambition” to match the status of Queen Suthida, the king’s fourth wife.

A year later, the King reinstated all of her titles and privileges back to her.

What does this have to do with explicit photos of the consort?

According to journalist Andrew MacGregor Marshall, who specializes in Thai politics and issues, in August 2020, he received a mysterious SD card containing 1,400 images from Sineenat’s previously owned iPhones.

IMAGE: Twitter

He went on Twitter to explain this and how it relates

Oxford University and AstraZeneca vaccine trial shows up to 90 percent effectiveness

A COVID-19 vaccine developed by the UK’s Oxford University and AstraZeneca has an average efficacy of 70.4 percent, according to interim analysis announced today. In trials, the vaccine’s effectiveness varied depending on the dose amounts given. When two full doses were given a month apart the effectiveness stood at 62 percent, but this rose to 90 percent when the vaccine was given first as a half dose, and then as a full dose.

The announcement follows promising early results from vaccines developed by Pfizer and BioNTech, and Moderna, which both appear to have slightly higher 95 percent efficacy rates. However, according to BBC News, the Oxford vaccine has the advantage of being cheaper and easy to store, since it can be transported and handled at normal refrigerated temperatures. The Pfizer vaccine needs to be stored at -70 degrees Celsius (-94 degrees Fahrenheit). The Food and Drug