Site Flaws – HCG Injections Webs http://hcginjectionswebs.com/ Thu, 11 Aug 2022 17:49:58 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://hcginjectionswebs.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-2-150x150.png Site Flaws – HCG Injections Webs http://hcginjectionswebs.com/ 32 32 Google researchers break down Android spyware, zero days https://hcginjectionswebs.com/google-researchers-break-down-android-spyware-zero-days/ Thu, 11 Aug 2022 16:07:56 +0000 https://hcginjectionswebs.com/google-researchers-break-down-android-spyware-zero-days/ Google’s Threat Analysis Group has provided new information on the various tricks used by surveillance providers to spread Android spyware. Speaking at the Black Hat 2022 conference on Wednesday, Google researchers detailed a pair of chained exploit attacks that until recently allowed surveillance malware makers to stealthily install their spyware. on unintended target devices. […]]]>

Google’s Threat Analysis Group has provided new information on the various tricks used by surveillance providers to spread Android spyware.

Speaking at the Black Hat 2022 conference on Wednesday, Google researchers detailed a pair of chained exploit attacks that until recently allowed surveillance malware makers to stealthily install their spyware. on unintended target devices.

Threat Analysis Group (TAG) researchers said that although most reports only focus on one or two surveillance software vendors, such as NSO Group, the ecosystem of covert spyware tools is, in fact, much larger than many realize. TAG said its team alone tracks and catalogs more than 30 different vendors.

In addition to using their own zero-day exploits and techniques, the researchers said some of the vendors have also started collaborating with each other to make their attacks even more effective.

“It’s a very scary industry with many groups involved,” said Christian Resell, security engineer at TAG. “Some of these groups share or sell exploits to each other. There’s a lot of cooperation here.”

TAG researchers noted that with many attacks, multiple exploits are chained together and begin by having little more contact with the target than the ability to send a one-time hyperlink or unique URL.

In a demonstration, the TAG team showed how a surveillance malware attack came together CVE-2021-38003 and CVE-2021-1048 to allow an attack site to escape from the Chrome sandbox and then enter the Android Libc component.

“You get code execution for every process that uses Libc, which is everything,” Resell explained.

Once the attacker executes the code, they launch a remote shell and install common data-harvesting malware to collect things like social media interactions and text messages.

Although the flaws have since been patched, attackers are still able to take advantage of devices whose owners have fallen behind in fixing them. Many surveillance solution providers detect target devices and then select specific exploits based on system software and device version.

Other attacks are more technical and difficult to perform. Google security engineer Xingyu Jin showed how a surveillance vendor known as Wintego was able to take advantage of the Linux use-after-release vulnerability, CVE-2021-0920, to install Android spyware .

Disclosed by Google in November last year, CVE-2021-0920 describes a vulnerability in the way the Linux kernel handles file descriptors through a garbage collection component. By specifically targeting how file descriptors are sent to and from the kernel, an attacker could potentially inject code.

The end result is a race condition that, while difficult to reliably exploit, has the huge advantage of allowing the attacker to escape all of Google’s sandbox protections and run code with all the privileges.

In an accompanying blog post on Wednesday, Jin explained how CVE-2021-0920 was particularly dangerous because it lingered for several years after it was first discovered and reported by a Red Hat developer. And, unfortunately, the vulnerability report was contained in a public email exchange.

“The bug was publicly spotted in 2016, but unfortunately the Linux kernel community did not accept the fix at that time,” Jin wrote. “All threat actors who have seen the public thread may have a chance to develop an LPE [local privilege escalation] exploit against the Linux kernel.”

Whether it’s known exploits or zero peak days, TAG researchers said the outcome is the same for many of these attacks: complete control over the target device, allowing vendors surveillance to entice clients to secretly spy on their targets without triggering notifications or security alerts.

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How Russian Propaganda Reaches Beyond English Speakers https://hcginjectionswebs.com/how-russian-propaganda-reaches-beyond-english-speakers/ Tue, 09 Aug 2022 09:00:15 +0000 https://hcginjectionswebs.com/how-russian-propaganda-reaches-beyond-english-speakers/ The day after a missile struck a shopping mall in central Ukraine in June, killing at least 18 people, the Spanish branch of Russian global television channel RT en Español took to Facebook to dispute the facts of the attack. For its part, available in much of Central and South America and even in the […]]]>

The day after a missile struck a shopping mall in central Ukraine in June, killing at least 18 people, the Spanish branch of Russian global television channel RT en Español took to Facebook to dispute the facts of the attack.

For its part, available in much of Central and South America and even in the United States, the network job a video statement from a military spokesperson claiming that the Russian Air Force bombed a weapons cache provided by Ukraine’s Western allies. Video released by the Ukrainian government and survivors of the attack interviewed on the ground by The New York Times showed otherwise.

When Russia’s war in Ukraine began, Facebook, Twitter and other social media giants moved to block or limit the reach of Kremlin propaganda machine accounts in the West. The effort, however, was limited by geography and language, creating a patchwork of restrictions rather than a general ban.

In Spanish in Latin America or Arabic in the Middle East, a steady stream of Russian propaganda and disinformation continues to try to justify President Vladimir V. Putin’s unprovoked invasion, demonizing Ukraine and covering up responsibility for atrocities. Russians who killed thousands of civilians.

The result has been a geographic and cultural asymmetry in the information war against Ukraine that has helped undermine American and European-led efforts to exert broad international pressure on Mr Putin to reverse his war.

“There is no airtight, global stifling of Russia’s notorious ability to fight not only on the battlefield, the real battlefield, but also to fight with information and distortions of information,” said Paul M. Barrett, associate director of the Stern Center for Business and Human Rights at New York University, who recently authored a study on spreading harmful Russian propaganda on Youtube.

The failure of Facebook, Twitter and even TikTok, the Chinese app, to impose stricter controls on Russian posts in languages ​​other than English has begun to draw criticism as the war drags on.

Two weeks ago, a bipartisan group of US senators added to the criticism, accusing the platforms of allowing Russia to “amplify and export its lies abroad” in Spanish. While the targets of these efforts were in Central and South America, the misinformation also reached Spanish-speaking audiences in the United States, they said.

Lawmakers have urged companies to do more to block Russian Spanish outlets, including RT en Español and Sputnik Mundo, which have spread accusations that the United States, among others, is manufacturing biological weapons in Ukraine. Disinformation experts say the oversights reveal flaws in the platforms’ international operations, which often receive fewer resources than those in the United States.

The impact of Russian wartime propaganda on public opinion abroad is difficult to measure with precision. The polls have show that Mr. Putin remains a reviled world leader, suggesting that the Kremlin’s efforts have yet to translate into a significant improvement in global support for the invasion.

At the same time, Russian disinformation is circulating freely in parts of the world where the war in Ukraine is viewed in less stark terms, between good and evil, such as in the United States and Europe.

“In these extraordinary circumstances, we must remain vigilant about the ability of known purveyors of Russian disinformation to spread lies about Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, whether in Spanish or any other language,” the officials said. Senators Robert Menendez of New Jersey and Tim Kaine of Virginia. , both Democrats, and Bill Cassidy, a Republican from Louisiana, wrote in a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Facebook, in a written response to questions, said it restricted access to RT and Sputnik accounts in the European Union, Britain and Ukraine after receiving requests from government officials. (Court of Justice of the European Union rejected an appeal by RT France to overturn a network work ban in the block.)

Facebook said it too ads blocked from all Russian state media and “downgraded” posts from accounts linked to it. Accounts in other languages ​​are subject to the same rules aimed at stopping misinformation or harmful content, the company said.

“We have multiple teams working across the company to limit the spread of misinformation in dozens of languages,” the company statement read.

Days after the war began, Twitter also shut down Russian accounts in the European Union and added tags to accounts that retweeted links to them. In April, the company announced it would not amplify such accounts, prompting a drop in engagements, according to a written statement.

TikTok recently said it had removed or labeled tens of thousands of posts as part of “ongoing actions we are taking to protect against false engagements”. In May, it also added tags to Ukrainian government accounts.

The movements against the Kremlin did not prevent him from using Western social media to penetrate foreign audiences. His propaganda network, which for years has sought to attract audiences in many languages, swelled when Russian troops massed around Ukraine last winter – and in the weeks following the invasion. of February 24.

RT en Español’s Facebook page has 18 million followers, more than its English site or CNN’s Spanish channels. The messages generate traffic to Actualidad RT, the network’s main news channel.

Russian posts saw a surge in engagement in the weeks after the war began, according to analysis by Avaaz, a grassroots good governance organization.

RT Online, the TV channel’s Arabic-language Facebook page, also saw an 187% increase in engagements in the first month of the war, Avaaz found. Sputnik’s counts in Brazil and Japan also saw spikes, albeit smaller ones. A similar analysis from Zignal Labs, a company that tracks social media activity, showed an increase in link shares of RT and Sputnik News posts in Spanish.

On these sites, Russia’s war is falsely presented as a just cause against a fascist regime in Ukraine that sought nuclear weapons and colluded with the United States to develop biological weapons on Russia’s doorstep. In this twisted view of the war, the well-documented atrocities in towns like Bucha are exaggerations or even hoaxes, staged to demonize Russia.

Nora Benavidez, Senior Counsel at Free pressa digital rights and accountability group, said Facebook has long had an Anglo-centric approach to moderation policies that overlooks harmful misinformation on a variety of topics in other languages ​​and other parts of the world. .

While many languages ​​are used on Facebook, she said, more than 80% of its app resources are in English.

“In a nutshell, I think it’s a form of bigotry that the rest of the world shouldn’t be protected from the worst and most dangerous content the way English-speaking users should be,” he said. she stated.

Bret Schafer, a senior fellow at the Alliance for Securing Democracy, said the Spanish and Arabic branches of Russian state media were the most influential in the country on Facebook and Twitter. RT en Español, Sputnik Mundo and RT Play en Español are among the top 10 most viewed pages on Facebook in Latin America, with tens of millions of viewers.

Even after the restrictions, Russia sought workarounds. RT en Español has created new accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube under the name Ahi Les Va, according to research by Mr Schafer’s teams. These accounts continue to post Russian disinformation to growing groups of new followers.

“If you talk to people in Latin America, RT is considered another medium to read and trust,” he said. “It’s hugely influential.”

The failure to tackle Russian messages in Spanish, Arabic and other languages ​​has left the door open for the Kremlin to win over audiences in parts of the world where the United States, its main villain, is viewed with greater ambivalence.

A Bertelsmann Foundation report in June Noted that 42% of traffic to RT’s Spanish network was in three countries that had supported Russia or expressed neutrality in the war with Ukraine: Argentina, Venezuela and Mexico.

“Part of RT’s success is probably not so much about promoting the Russian version of events, but more about challenging the Western narrative,” said Philip Kitzberger, a political scientist at Torcuato di Tella University in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires. “And that finds resonance in certain groups, linked in Latin America to a left that is very critical of the United States”

Ana Lankes contributed report.

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Reviews | Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan shows the need for a clear US policy on China https://hcginjectionswebs.com/reviews-pelosis-visit-to-taiwan-shows-the-need-for-a-clear-us-policy-on-china/ Sat, 06 Aug 2022 15:00:05 +0000 https://hcginjectionswebs.com/reviews-pelosis-visit-to-taiwan-shows-the-need-for-a-clear-us-policy-on-china/ China, economically ascendant, has become increasingly assertive in asserting its economic, political and territorial claims. The United States, which has long treated the country as something of a charity case, now sees it as a rival and, increasingly, a threat. Although some tension is inevitable, the rhetoric in both countries has taken a belligerent turn. […]]]>

China, economically ascendant, has become increasingly assertive in asserting its economic, political and territorial claims. The United States, which has long treated the country as something of a charity case, now sees it as a rival and, increasingly, a threat. Although some tension is inevitable, the rhetoric in both countries has taken a belligerent turn. There is little trust or cooperation, even on issues of clear mutual interest, such as tackling the Covid-19 pandemic or tackling climate change.

The hardening on both sides was on the agenda this week. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made a provocative visit to Taiwan to underscore America’s support for its democratic government, and China mounted an overheated response, staging military drills that encroached on airspace and Taiwan’s territorial waters to underscore its determination to establish sovereignty over what it considers its own. China announced on Friday that it would also suspend communication with the United States on a number of issues, including climate change and drug trafficking prevention efforts.

It is in everyone’s interest that the two most powerful nations on Earth find ways to ease these tensions. Over the past half-century, beginning with President Richard Nixon’s landmark visit to China in 1972, the leaders of the United States and China have repeatedly chosen to prioritize shared interests over conflict. . Building this relationship, despite all its flaws, has contributed a lot to the stability and prosperity of the world.

The Biden administration has abandoned the xenophobic rhetoric of the Trump White House, but it has not offered its own vision for striking a balance between competition and cooperation. Instead, he has conducted America’s relationship with China largely as a series of crisis management exercises, imposing sanctions for China’s human rights abuses in Xinjiang and Hong Kong while seeking its cooperation on Covid, climate change and the war in Ukraine.

The United States could take several concrete steps that could help improve relations.

First, instead of relying on punitive trade policies rooted in fear of China as an economic rival, the United States must focus on competition by investing in technical education, scientific research and development. industrial. It is high time for President Biden to break with the Trump administration’s failed gamble to bully China into making economic concessions by imposing tariffs on Chinese imports.

On Tuesday, Biden is expected to sign the CHIPS Act, which includes nearly $53 billion to support domestic production of semiconductors, the building blocks of the digital age. It could be described as taking a page out of China, except that the United States was the first major practitioner of this type of industrial policy.

The United States must also move beyond the old idea that economic engagement will gradually transform Chinese politics and society. Instead of trying to change China, the United States should focus on building stronger ties with China’s neighbors. Fostering cooperation between nations with disparate interests — and in some cases, their own long histories of conflict — is no easy task, but recent history teaches that the United States is more effective at advancing and defending their interests when they do not act unilaterally.

Taiwan is an important part of this project. Mrs. Pelosi’s visit was untimely. The Biden administration’s most pressing foreign policy priority is helping Ukraine defeat the Russian invasion, and Taiwan’s setback makes it even harder to persuade China to limit its support for Russia. The substance of Ms. Pelosi’s message to Taiwan, however, was on point. The United States has long supported Taiwan’s maturing democracy, and it is in America’s interest to treat Taiwan as a valued ally.

The United States has long maintained a policy of “strategic ambiguity” toward Taiwan, selling arms to its government while refusing to make any security commitments. Arming Taiwan remains the best way to help. But clarity could also help.

Tensions over Taiwan are rising for three interrelated reasons: the self-governing island has become more democratic and staunchly self-governing; China, under the authoritarian leadership of Xi Jinping, has become more belligerent; and the United States responded to both trends by offering Taiwan stronger expressions of support.

When Mr Biden stated bluntly in May that the United States would defend Taiwan against a Chinese attack, his aides insisted he did not want to change American policy.

But the White House should be clear that America’s commitment to recognizing only one Chinese state – the “one China policy” – has always been based on the mainland’s peaceful conduct toward Taiwan. .

None of these efforts — to strengthen the US economy and build stronger alliances — are intended to isolate China. Rather, they provide a stronger foundation for the Biden administration and its successors to engage China on issues where there are real differences but also real opportunities for progress, including climate change.

Treating China as a hostile power is a counterproductive simplification. Both nations occupy large chunks of the same planet. They do not agree on the meaning of democracy or human rights, but they do share certain values, the most important of which is the pursuit of prosperity.

The uncomfortable reality is that the United States and China need each other. There’s no better illustration than the cargo ships that continued to move between Guangzhou and Long Beach, California, during Ms Pelosi’s visit – and will continue long after she returns.

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Toxic mining pollution has turned Ohio’s rivers orange. Now it’s turned into a painting. https://hcginjectionswebs.com/toxic-mining-pollution-has-turned-ohios-rivers-orange-now-its-turned-into-a-painting/ Tue, 02 Aug 2022 08:03:00 +0000 https://hcginjectionswebs.com/toxic-mining-pollution-has-turned-ohios-rivers-orange-now-its-turned-into-a-painting/ CNN — With its rolling hills, forests, and hiking trails, Southeast Ohio is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. Yet criss-crossing the landscape are countless orange-tinged waterways, colored by the iron oxide pollution that seeped in from abandoned coal mines. These waterways are contaminated with a toxic sludge known as acid mine drainage (AMD) – the overflow […]]]>



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With its rolling hills, forests, and hiking trails, Southeast Ohio is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. Yet criss-crossing the landscape are countless orange-tinged waterways, colored by the iron oxide pollution that seeped in from abandoned coal mines.

These waterways are contaminated with a toxic sludge known as acid mine drainage (AMD) – the overflow of highly acidic wastewater from underground mines, created when water comes in contact with exposed mining rocks.

The UN has described AMD as one of the most serious long-term environmental consequences of mining and it affects coal mining regions around the world, from South Africa at Great Britain. Pollution can be so toxic to fish and other creatures that it leaves some waterways devoid of aquatic life.

Rivers can be cleaned by neutralizing the acidity of AMD, but this is an expensive process. But two Ohio University professors have found a way to fund the cleanup of polluted rivers by mining iron oxide – a substance commonly used to make pigments – and turning it into artist-grade paint.

Coal was once an important part of Ohio’s economy and the state produced approximately 2.35 billion tons of its underground mines between 1800 and 2010. But before 1977, when the United States introduced the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act, mines that were no longer needed were often simply abandoned.

As a result, many mines have become polluters, with AMD affecting 2,300 km of Ohio waterwaysaccording to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.

Guy Riefler, an environmental engineer and professor at Ohio University, has been trying to solve the problem for 15 years.

“It is truly a nuisance, a horror and an embarrassment to the people. And because it’s a poor region, it doesn’t really get the attention it deserves,” says Riefler.

Riefler came up with the idea of ​​extracting iron oxide from polluted water and turning it into color pigments, which could be sold to further fund AMD’s cleanup. But he didn’t know enough about the paintings to determine what made them a good quality.

Coincidentally, ten years ago, Ohio University art professor John Sabraw took a faculty tour of acid mine dump sites and experimented with making paint from a pot of polluted stream water – without much success.

The duo began working together to turn mined iron oxide into artist-grade paint. Their collaboration helped take the idea from an “interesting little science project” to something bigger, as Riefler developed a small-scale process to neutralize the acidity of contaminated waterways and extract the iron oxide particles – which he says is the predominant metal pollutant in Ohio. the acid mine seeps in.

“The modern artist is very good at designing solutions to problems,” he says. “I can’t tell you how many times I’ve come to a roadblock and bounced it off John…he found something I hadn’t thought of and just took us to the next level.”

In 2018, alongside local associations Rural Action, they teamed up with the painting company Gamblin to create a limited series of 500 oil paintings. They were given away as rewards to supporters of the Kickstarter campaign that funded their research-scale pilot installation. Name it “Salvaged Earth Colors“, the paints were popular among artists, Sabraw says, allowing them to incorporate an eco-friendly aspect into their work.

Through their social enterprise called real pigmentsthey are now testing their cleanup model by building their first full-scale treatment facility, which is expected to be operational in 2024. It will be located at the Truetown Landfill at the Sunday Creek Watershed, a site in southeast Ohio . heavily impacted by AMD, according to Riefler.

A volunteer collects leaking acid mine drainage in Sunday Creek in Truetown, Ohio on October 22, 2021.

“Every minute, 1,000 gallons of water come out of this abandoned mine. It contains a lot of iron and is acidic,” says Michelle Shively MacIver, Project Development Manager at True Pigments. “Very little life can live in an area which looks like this.”

Once the processing facility is operational, True Pigments aims to extract approximately 2 million pounds of iron oxide per year and clean up seven miles of waterways – from Sunday Creek to the opening of Hocking River – according to MacIver.

A previous Rural Action AMD remediation project that neutralized the acidity of creek water on the West Branch of Sunday Creek saw 17 native fish species return after two years, according to the NGO. True Pigments is confident that its installation will lead to a similar result in the Sunday Creek watershed.

“Our hope is that once the chemistry is fixed there, they (the fish) will continue to swim upstream. It will be good for the whole watershed,” MacIver says.

True Pigments isn’t the first to extract iron oxide pigments from pollution. The AboutOxide Pigment line has been made from AMD in nearby Pennsylvania for two decades, but Riefler says True Pigments uses a different method that takes up less space and is better suited to Truetown conditions.

True Pigments has received funding from a number of donors, including the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), which provided the project with $3.5 million through its federal agency. Abandoned Mining Lands Reclamation Program. The money will go towards the first phase of construction of the processing facility.

Ben McCament, manager of the abandoned mining lands program at ODNR, says that between 1999 and 2018, the department spent about $32 million on 67 projects to treat AMD. “It’s an expensive problem,” McCament told CNN. “I think that has always been one of the main challenges. Every site is unique, every site is challenging, and it takes long-term funding to address it. »

By funding True Pigments, the ODNR hopes to illustrate that through a public-private venture, “we can create a product from these waste streams and then also solve an environmental problem and reclaim and improve water quality. who was affected by AMD for a long time”. time,” McCament says.

As well as helping the environment, the hope is that the Truetown facility will provide jobs for the local community and create a supply of iron oxide for other uses, such as the construction industry, where it is used in bricks, colored concrete and tiles.

McCament thinks True Pigments’ model could potentially be a solution for AMD sites in the United States, as long as they have “the right conditions that would make this particular approach feasible, sustainable, and economical.”

Riefler echoes that sentiment. “With a little more work, it could be adapted to a lot of different places,” he says. “So it’s a first step, and it’s a big step. This is promising for pollution worldwide.

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Liverpool FC – Jürgen Klopp on Community Shield win, Nunez, team confidence and more https://hcginjectionswebs.com/liverpool-fc-jurgen-klopp-on-community-shield-win-nunez-team-confidence-and-more/ Sat, 30 Jul 2022 20:10:18 +0000 https://hcginjectionswebs.com/liverpool-fc-jurgen-klopp-on-community-shield-win-nunez-team-confidence-and-more/ How encouraged he is by the performances of the substitutes… It’s work, it’s work to do, but it’s not work for four weeks of pre-season – it’s work for an obviously longer period. This team is always with open arms for anyone who arrives and that’s very helpful and that’s why it goes a little […]]]>

How encouraged he is by the performances of the substitutes…

It’s work, it’s work to do, but it’s not work for four weeks of pre-season – it’s work for an obviously longer period. This team is always with open arms for anyone who arrives and that’s very helpful and that’s why it goes a little faster, maybe. I liked, how I said, the first line-up I liked a lot; how we started, I liked it a lot. It was really good football, we used crucial spaces and kept City away from our goal. By the time they started controlling the game, it’s even harder work and that’s why you should try to avoid it. So there were ups and downs in the game, but in the end both teams fought very hard and we were able to make the decision at the last minute or so. Really cool.

How nice the end of the game was…

Everything, I liked the whole game. We’re so early [in the season], I like the problems we have in a game, especially when we win. I really like problems because you have to work on them. I know we have to work. We’ve said it before, we need to extend our pre-season by at least another two weeks. There is no other chance. We can’t just keep up the normal pace, play games on weekends that we’re not prepared for. Then three games a week that we will have from, I don’t know exactly, three or four weeks. So it was a very nice watch for me. He is the most difficult opponent you can meet. They don’t get worse, or whatever, they get stronger and better and grow and you see the team, the boys they could bring.

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China’s banking, real estate problems affect Hong Kong: analyst https://hcginjectionswebs.com/chinas-banking-real-estate-problems-affect-hong-kong-analyst/ Thu, 28 Jul 2022 16:27:49 +0000 https://hcginjectionswebs.com/chinas-banking-real-estate-problems-affect-hong-kong-analyst/ With the sluggish economy of mainland China’s banking and real estate system, bank depositors unable to withdraw their money and home buyers boycotting mortgage repayments to banks, Hong Kong’s bank lending to the mainland is affected and its banks are face increased risks. “Improper loan ratios for mainland Hong Kong bank loans are likely to […]]]>

With the sluggish economy of mainland China’s banking and real estate system, bank depositors unable to withdraw their money and home buyers boycotting mortgage repayments to banks, Hong Kong’s bank lending to the mainland is affected and its banks are face increased risks.

“Improper loan ratios for mainland Hong Kong bank loans are likely to rise further this year in light of China’s economic slowdown,” economic analyst Helen Zhang said in a statement. July 14 report by the American rating agency Moody’s.

The majority of loans banks make outside of Hong Kong are in mainland China, accounting for 5-35% of its overall loan portfolio. Real estate loans are estimated to account for at least 20-30% of Hong Kong bank lending in mainland China.

Since the end of 2021, refinancing risk has increased due to weak domestic real estate sales, which will reduce the repayment capacity of domestic real estate companies and increase asset risk for Hong Kong banks, the report said.

Bank accounts in China frozen, affecting Hong Kong residents

On July 14, a Hong Kong Legislative Council subcommittee meeting raised concerns about the freezing of bank accounts of many Hong Kong residents in mainland China in recent years.

Leung Mei-fun, a member of the pro-establishment party, said she made a special trip to the mainland last year to unfreeze her frozen account and increase her online transfer limit. Afterwards, she was isolated for two weeks to respond to anti-virus measures on the mainland.

Another member, Leung Hei, said his China Construction Bank account was closed a year ago. The account was intended to manage expenses such as rent collection and property fees for its stores in Dongguan City, Guangdong Province.

According to Chinese banking rules, if a bank account has not been used for a long time or if its Mainland Travel Permit – a travel document issued by China for residents of Hong Kong and Macao – expires, the account will be frozen.

This rule has already affected at least hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong residents, Leung said.

Due to the pandemic, the majority of Hong Kong residents have been unable to travel to the mainland for the past two years to use their accounts.

Account holders have not been able to withdraw funds from their accounts at village banks in Henan province since late April, as before reported in the Chinese-language edition of The Epoch Time.

More than 300 depositors of a village bank in Henan province gathered outside the Henan Supervisory Office to protest and demand that they can withdraw their money legally, June 25, 2022. (Courtesy interviewee/The Epoch Times)

On April 18, bank depositors in Henan Province were informed that they could not withdraw their money from banks in New Minsheng Village of Yuzhou City, Huimin Village of Shangcai County, Huanghuai Village of Zhecheng Country and New Oriental Village of Kaifeng City.

These banks issued notices stating that the bank withdrawal failures were due to “system upgrade and maintenance” and that online and mobile banking would also be suspended.

From May 18 to 21, depositors went to the provincial government and the banking and insurance authority – both in Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan province – to demand that banks return their deposits, but they been kicked out, beaten, pepper sprayed and arrested by the police.

In June, some protesters found that their health code was marked red, meaning they are required to self-isolate. The Health Code is a mobile application through which the ruling Communist Party oversees the vaccination and health status of individuals, but it is more often used as a tool when the authority wishes to limit the outdoor activities of people for political reasons. Thus, depositors were prevented from going to banks to obtain money or to complain.

On July 10, when at least 2,000 depositors gathered outside the Zhengzhou Central Bank branch, they were violently attacked by plainclothes police.

Subsequently, the authorities announced that they would start the prepayment measures on July 15, but in fact many depositors are finding that they are still unable to access their deposits.

Similar cases also occurred in Shanghai. The phenomenon has spread from Shenzhen and Dandong in the south to Liaoning Province in the north in recent months, prompting heightened concern among Chinese nationals.

Observers see this as a sign that China is facing a meltdown in the financial system, and officials are trying to find ways to buy time so they can fix it.

Restrictions on withdrawing money

In April, Agricultural Bank, Pudong Development Bank and Everbright Bank successively announced that they were lowering transaction limits related to online business.

At the end of June, the Agricultural Bank further limited the daily spending limit to RMB 1,000 (about US$148) without informing depositors in advance.

Banks are cutting spending limits are also happening in Hong Kong.

Nanyang Commercial Bank in Hong Kong announced on June 27 that it would halve the daily limit for online banking services, including transfers and remittances to third-party accounts, from HK$1 million (about $127,390) per day starting July 24.

The Bank did not explain the reason for such a decision. Although it has long been known as a CCP-owned bank in Hong Kong, the main owner is China Cinda Assets Management.

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A Chinese worker walks past a new housing project in Beijing on April 1, 2013. (Mark Ralston/AFP via Getty Images)

People withhold mortgage payments

With more and more “rotten tails” or unfinished buildings emerging across the country in recent years, a large number of home buyers have stopped paying their mortgages to banks.

As of July 19, based on incomplete statistics, about 230 project owners have issued a mandatory loan suspension, involving 82 cities in 25 provinces and autonomous regions, the China Real Estate Information Corporation (CRIC) said. reported HK01 July 21.

On July 14, thousands of homeowners gathered outside the Xi’an Banking and Insurance Supervisory Bureau, accusing it of ignoring banks’ violations of home loan regulations.

The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), Huaxia Bank and Bank of Zhengzhou are suspected of illegally granting loans and supervising funds during the pre-sale of homes, protesters said.

Cause of Unfinished Buildings in China: Analysis

Fearing a growing crisis in the financial system, China’s property regulator is urging banks to finance property developers so they can complete housing projects and speed up the delivery of homes to buyers, people familiar with the matter said, Bloomberg reported July 18.

“It’s a vicious cycle,” news commentator Xiao Ruoyuan said on his web program, further explaining that people are unwilling to buy “off-plan property,” property before it is built, lest it be “rotten property”. tail” or unfinished building in the future. Developers don’t have enough money, so there are more and more unfinished buildings. In addition, once a project is delayed, the cost of raw materials increases and the number of pre-sold goods cannot support the completion of buildings.

In an interview with the Asia-Pacific office of New Tang Dynasty, Epoch Times columnist Wang He said the cause of so many unfinished buildings is the result of collusion between banks, real estate companies and government authorities. PCC, which each take a share of the depositors. ‘ silver.

Many buyers with unfinished buildings have stopped making mortgage payments collectively, which they have never done before, creating an additional complication for the CCP. “With the ongoing debt crisis, the government will not have the money to complete the unfinished construction,” Wang said.

Some commentators have said the CCP is unable to quell the wave of mortgage suspensions and will temporarily adopt a soft policy to dodge the broader outrage that may arise at the upcoming Twentieth Congress.

To ensure Xi Jinping’s re-election, the CCP will not aggravate the problems before the Twentieth Congress. This will delay six months to a year, that is, until the victim groups can be split up and disbanded, Xiao said.

Xiao estimated that at least 5 or 6 trillion RMB (about 741 to 889 billion US dollars) is needed to solve the problem of unfinished buildings, but the central government, local governments, banks and housing companies do not don’t offer money or don’t have enough. the money to do so, Xiao said.

The deterioration of unfinished real estate has increased asset risk for Hong Kong banks.

Additionally, “the majority of Hong Kong banks’ lending to China’s real estate sector is offshore, which is generally riskier than onshore, given the sources of loan repayments, collateral, and loan recovery issues.” , shelp Moody’s.

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Get Your Child Tested for Lead at These Jackson County Clinics https://hcginjectionswebs.com/get-your-child-tested-for-lead-at-these-jackson-county-clinics/ Tue, 26 Jul 2022 13:49:00 +0000 https://hcginjectionswebs.com/get-your-child-tested-for-lead-at-these-jackson-county-clinics/ JACKSON COUNTY, MI – The Jackson County Health Department has scheduled two separate free clinics to help parents test children’s blood for lead. Lead poisoning in children is a serious environmental health problem for young children and is entirely preventable, JCHD officials said. The health department continues to educate the community about the dangers of […]]]>

JACKSON COUNTY, MI – The Jackson County Health Department has scheduled two separate free clinics to help parents test children’s blood for lead.

Lead poisoning in children is a serious environmental health problem for young children and is entirely preventable, JCHD officials said. The health department continues to educate the community about the dangers of lead to increase screening of children at risk for lead poisoning.

The goal is to reduce incidents of lead poisoning among young children, especially those who live in areas at higher risk of lead exposure, such as older homes that may contain lead, officials said. JCHD officials.

“In our community, we must continue to identify and eliminate possible environmental pathways of lead exposure through housing, water and soil,” said Kristin Pluta, health officer. “Our primary route of exposure continues to be lead-based paint dust and chips in our homes.”

Clinic dates and times are 10:15 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, August 3 and 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, August 10 at the Health Department, 1715 Lansing Ave. No appointments will be scheduled between noon and 1 p.m. pm

An appointment is required for a test, with results and information ready before they depart. Appointments can be made by calling 517-768-2123.

Visitors will also receive a referral for confirmatory testing if required. These tests can only provide information about recent or ongoing exposure, officials said.

The only way to know if a child has been exposed to lead is to have them tested, officials said. Lead poisoning is a serious problem for infants and children under 6, as it could affect children for the rest of their lives, officials said.

Lead poisoning can cause learning problems, hearing or vision problems, coordination and fine motor problems, poor muscle and bone growth, and hyperactivity.

Finding the source of the lead is also important. If detected early, these problems can be reduced by decreasing exposure and working with the family to ensure the affected child eats well, officials said. This includes plenty of vitamin C, iron and calcium, officials said.

If an elevated level of lead is detected in a child’s blood, assistance from the health department can be provided, including nutrition education, proper cleaning techniques, and requesting the state for a home inspection for those who qualify, officials said.

For more information on testing, contact the Jackson County Health Department at 517-788-4420 or visit The JCHD website. Those interested in having their home inspected for lead can find this information at Michigan Lead Safety Program.

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UIC and Opioid Task Force Open Safe Space to Help West Side Drug Addicts https://hcginjectionswebs.com/uic-and-opioid-task-force-open-safe-space-to-help-west-side-drug-addicts/ Sun, 24 Jul 2022 15:56:00 +0000 https://hcginjectionswebs.com/uic-and-opioid-task-force-open-safe-space-to-help-west-side-drug-addicts/ One morning in June, a man walked into what was once vacant land at Pulaski Road and Van Buren Street and announced that he had just taken PCP. He had come to the right place. Mark Hartfield was waiting for him, in a new facility intended to provide drug addicts with a safe place to […]]]>

One morning in June, a man walked into what was once vacant land at Pulaski Road and Van Buren Street and announced that he had just taken PCP.

He had come to the right place.

Mark Hartfield was waiting for him, in a new facility intended to provide drug addicts with a safe place to stay while recovering from what they took.

“The concept is to have a place where they can relax, watch them and see if they overdose,” Hartfield said. “I consider myself a glorified babysitter. I’m just here to make sure they breathe.

The man who had taken the drug, a hallucinogen often referred to as “angel dust”, passed out and passed out, but continued to breathe. If he had stopped, Hartfield and a team of medical personnel were ready to help him.

The installation — two canopies with chairs, a table, a cooler filled with water, and a primary care van parked behind — was started about three months ago by the University of Ottawa’s Community Outreach Intervention Projects program. ‘Illinois in Chicago and the West Side Heroin and Opioid Task. Strength.

Their goal is to reduce overdose deaths on the West Side. More and more people stop by every week.

The site, open Mondays and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. — or whenever the last patient leaves — also offers COVID-19 testing and vaccination; basic first aid; and assistance in obtaining other services, such as food, clothing and transportation.

The site is staffed by task force workers trained in overdose response as well as UIC doctors and nurses.

A copy of the map that Community Outreach Officers from the West Side Task Force distribute to publicize the harm reduction site.

For dealing with overdoses, the West Side location is ideal. It’s near the Eisenhower Highway, not far from where the vendors operate in the open-air drug markets on side streets and in vacant lots.

“We’re seeing more overdose deaths than we’ve seen in a long, long time,” said Dave Jimenez, the UIC program manager who came up with the idea for the site.

In 2021, 1,447 people died of opioid-related overdoses in Chicago, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office. That’s a 60% increase from 2019, 11% from 2020, and the most ever in Chicago.

Such deaths are “nothing new,” Jimenez said, “but the volume is much larger, and I attribute that to fentanyl being part of the drug supply.”

Fentanyl, an extremely potent opioid, puts users at even greater risk. Of those overdose deaths in Chicago in 2021, 89% involved fentanyl, according to the medical examiner’s office.

The task force is one of many community health organizations addressing overdose deaths in the region through education and the distribution of naloxone hydrochloride, a drug that can reverse the effects of an overdose. of opioids. The task force has taught more than 6,000 people how to administer naloxone, which is commercially available under the name Narcan.

Vials of naloxone hydrochloride, a drug that can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.

Eden Keller, clinical pharmacist for Community Outreach Intervention Projects at the University of Illinois at Chicago, shows vials of naloxone hydrochloride, a drug that can counteract the effects of an opioid overdose. It is commercially available under the name Narcan.

However, not everyone wears it or wears enough of it.

Around the same time Hartfield sat with the man as he blacked out and lost consciousness, a woman stopped on her bicycle. Her friend was overdosing; the woman had administered a dose of Narcan, but it was not enough.

Site workers rushed to the scene – within sight of the canopy – and resuscitated her.

In fact, staff at the site regularly see someone overdosing from where they are sitting and running to treat them. So far they haven’t had any overdoses on the site itself.

Beyond preventing deaths, they also hope the site will help some users get treatment.

“From experience, I can say the road to recovery is having someone there for you,” said Hartfield, who was once a user himself. He has a degree in sociology and is pursuing a master’s degree in public health. It has been part of the UIC program for about nine years.

Mark Hartfield (left) and Lee Rusch outside the harm reduction site they helped start on the West Side.

Mark Hartfield (left) and Lee Rusch outside the harm reduction site they helped start on the West Side.

Being in a safe space is important for drug addicts in more ways than one.

“If you are intoxicated, the likelihood that you will be tricked or beaten up increases,” said Lee Rusch, director of the task force.

The site may also simply provide a well-deserved respite from “all the weariness of being on the streets, of being homeless,” Rusch added.

Still, the assist is just an intermediate stop, Rusch said. What would really save lives, he says, is a permanent overdose prevention center – a place where users can not only get treatment, but also use drugs on the spot. This is prohibited by current federal law.

The working group assesses support for a center through community surveys. For now, both groups are doing what they can.

“Hopefully it grows, that we can expand it a bit,” Hartfield said. “Feel free to come by, ask your problems, have a drink of water while we make sure you don’t die.”

A mobile primary care clinic and facility for drug addicts set up by UIC and the West Side Heroin Opioid Task Force

The University of Illinois at Chicago Community Outreach Intervention Projects mobile clinic for drug addicts is set up by UIC and the West Side Heroin and Opioid Task Force in a land vacant at Pulaski Road and Van Buren Street.

Michael Loria is a reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times via Report for Americaa non-profit journalism program that aims to strengthen the newspaper’s coverage of communities on the South and West Sides.

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Prosecution: Chicago police abused ShotSpotter in murder case https://hcginjectionswebs.com/prosecution-chicago-police-abused-shotspotter-in-murder-case/ Thu, 21 Jul 2022 16:51:45 +0000 https://hcginjectionswebs.com/prosecution-chicago-police-abused-shotspotter-in-murder-case/ CHICAGO (AP) — A federal lawsuit filed Thursday alleges that Chicago police abused “unreliable” gunshot detection technology and failed to pursue other leads while investigating a grandfather of the south side of town and accusing him of killing a neighbour. Chicago prosecutors used audio picked up by an array of sensors installed by gunshot detection […]]]>

CHICAGO (AP) — A federal lawsuit filed Thursday alleges that Chicago police abused “unreliable” gunshot detection technology and failed to pursue other leads while investigating a grandfather of the south side of town and accusing him of killing a neighbour.

Chicago prosecutors used audio picked up by an array of sensors installed by gunshot detection company ShotSpotter as key evidence to charge Michael Williams with murder in 2020 for allegedly shooting the man inside his car. Williams spent nearly a year in prison, and the Associated Press reported last year that a judge dismissed his case at the request of prosecutors, who said they did not have sufficient evidence.

Lawsuit filed by Northwestern University School of Law’s MacArthur Justice Center seeks damages from the city for mental anguish, lost earnings and legal fees for Williams, 65, who said he was in pain still from a hand tremor that developed while he was locked up. It also details the case of a second plaintiff, Daniel Ortiz, a 36-year-old father who the lawsuit says was arbitrarily arrested and jailed by police responding to a ShotSpotter alert.

The lawsuit seeks class action status for any Chicago resident who was arrested based on the alerts. And among other things, he’s asking for a court order banning the use of the technology in Chicago, the nation’s third-largest city.

“Even though now I’m supposedly free, I don’t think I’ll ever be free to think about what they did and the impact it has on me now, like shaking with my hand” , Williams said. “I keep coming back to the idea of ​​being in this place. … I just can’t get my mind to go.

ShotSpotter is not named as a defendant in the 103-page filing, although the lawsuit claims the company’s algorithm-based technology is flawed. The lawsuit also alleges that the city’s decision to place most of its gunshot sensors in predominantly black and Latino neighborhoods is racially discriminatory.

Messages seeking comment were left with the City of Chicago and ShotSpotter after the lawsuit was filed Thursday morning.

ShotSpotter has vigorously defended the reliability and validity of its system, claiming that evidence collected by its system has been admitted in more than 200 court cases across the country. He also pointed to an audit the company commissioned to study the effectiveness of the technology.

ShotSpotter’s website described the company as “a leader in precision policing technology solutions” that helps stop gun violence by using sensors, algorithms and artificial intelligence to categorize 14 million sounds into its database. proprietary data like shots or whatever.

Those named in the lawsuit include Police Superintendent David O’Neal Brown and more than a dozen officers involved in the Williams case, alleging they violated a host of rights guaranteed to him by law. Illinois and the US Constitution, including the right to due process.

Chicago police have long praised the ShotSpotter system, saying it gets officers to the scene of the shooting much faster than waiting for someone to call 911. Police also said the Crime rates — not the race of residents — determine where the technology is deployed.

The filing blames Williams’ arrest squarely on investigators, who it says “blindly trusted ShotSpotter’s evidence that they knew or should have known was unreliable” in order to accuse Williams of killing 25-year-old Safarian Herring. The lawsuit alleges that investigators used the ShotSpotter material in a way that went beyond its intended use, citing a disclaimer in a document related to Williams’ case that states that the summary of the investigation ” should only be used for initial investigative purposes”.

The AP investigation identified a number of flaws in ShotSpotter’s use as evidence for prosecutors, and found the system can miss actual gunshots right under its microphones, or misclassify the sounds of fireworks or cars turning around like gunshots. Last year, the nonpartisan Chicago watchdog concluded that actual evidence of a gun crime was found in approximately 9% of ShotSpotter alerts that were confirmed as probable gunshots.

The prosecution also accuses investigators of not pursuing other leads that may have produced credible suspects, including reports that someone once shot Herring at a bus stop.

Police and prosecutors have never established a motive for Williams shooting Herring, have never found witnesses to the shooting, and have never recovered a weapon or physical evidence linking Williams to the murder, according to the pursuit.

“The defendant officers engaged in tunnel vision to target Mr. Williams, arresting him for first-degree murder, without probable cause,” the lawsuit said.

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Burke reported from San Francisco.

Follow Garance Burke and Michael Tarm on Twitter at @garanceburke and @mtarm.

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Supply issues reported as TGA tentatively approves Moderna for under-fives https://hcginjectionswebs.com/supply-issues-reported-as-tga-tentatively-approves-moderna-for-under-fives/ Tue, 19 Jul 2022 06:22:30 +0000 https://hcginjectionswebs.com/supply-issues-reported-as-tga-tentatively-approves-moderna-for-under-fives/ New The Federal Minister of Health has urged parents to delay making appointments for the COVID vaccine for their very young children. The Moderna pediatric vaccine is in short supply worldwide. (Image: AAP) This article was updated on July 19 at 4:40 p.m. to include comments from the Federal Minister of Health and pediatrician specializing […]]]>

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The Federal Minister of Health has urged parents to delay making appointments for the COVID vaccine for their very young children.

The Moderna pediatric vaccine is in short supply worldwide. (Image: AAP)


This article was updated on July 19 at 4:40 p.m. to include comments from the Federal Minister of Health and pediatrician specializing in infectious diseases, Professor Robert Booy.

Federal Health Minister Mark Butler has warned the public that Moderna’s pediatric vaccine is in short supply around the world, hours after it was provisionally approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) for use in Australian children aged six months to five years.


Despite the TGA’s endorsement, Minister Butler told reporters much remains to be done before the vaccine is available for very young children, including an assessment by the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunization (ATAGI).


“I want to emphasize again that the supply of this Moderna product is very limited, which is a different product from [those] made available to other age cohorts,” he said.


“As you can imagine, countries in North America, Europe and other parts of the world are competing fiercely to get their hands on this very limited supply.”


“My department is currently in active negotiations with Moderna to get Australia as many doses as possible.”


The TGA’s interim approval is the ‘first step’ towards the use of a COVID-19 vaccine in Australia, and indicates the regulator has judged it to meet high standards of safety, quality and efficacy .


The vaccine is the first to be approved for this age group in Australia, although it received a green light from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) last month.


In light of global competition for supplies, Minister Butler has asked parents to delay booking their very young children for a COVID vaccine until further notice.


“There is no action yet that can be taken by parents … to make an appointment or otherwise,” he said.


“If I had one message for parents of children under five today, it’s to consider getting your child vaccinated against the flu.


“Our under-five flu vaccination rates are lagging behind what they have historically been at this point in the flu season – quite a considerable lag.”


Minister Butler added that of the approximately 1,300 Australians hospitalized with the flu this flu season, more than 700 were children under the age of 16.


Professor Robert Booy, a pediatrician specializing in infectious diseases and also head of the clinical research team at the National Center for Immunization Research and Monitoring, says the new vaccine is likely to be most beneficial for children with disabilities multiple, chronic medical conditions or immunodeficiency.


“It’s important to have a new, safe product that can be given to children as young as six months old,” he said.


“Very young children can also transmit infections they pick up in day care, to their vulnerable parents, teachers and vulnerable grandparents.


“Children who are otherwise well are unlikely to contract severe COVID-19, but with vaccination the risk decreases even further.”


Professor Booy also pointed out that safety reports from the United States – where the new vaccine has already been used in hundreds of thousands of children – are “reassuring”.


“The immune response to this vaccine in young children is very similar to the immune response in older children, adolescents and young adults, even though the dose given is lower,” he said.


“Use of the Moderna vaccine for young children is likely to be both safe and effective, and its implementation in Australia will contribute to better control of a disease that is proving difficult to manage.”


According to the TGA, Moderna’s pediatric vaccine is made in the same way as vaccines for the elderly, but contains a lower concentration of the active ingredient:

 

  • six months to less than five years – 25 mg in 0.25 ml vial
  • 6–11 years – 50 mg in 0.25 ml vial
  • 12 years and older – 100mg in 0.5ml vial

As with other age groups, the TGA said the vaccine will be given in two doses at least 28 days apart.

“As we have seen with children in older age groups, the TGA expects vaccines for young children to provide protection against the most severe consequences of COVID-19, such as hospitalization and death,” the statement read.

“In making this regulatory decision, the TGA carefully reviewed data from the KidCOVE clinical trial, which was conducted at multiple sites in Canada and the United States and included more than 6,000 participants aged six months to six years.

“The study demonstrated that the immune response to the vaccine in children was similar to that seen in young adults. [18–25 years] with a favorable safety profile.

The TGA said most of the adverse events seen in clinical trials for this cohort were mild to moderate and usually reported after the second dose. Adverse events included irritability/crying, redness and/or swelling at the injection site, fatigue, fever, muscle aches, and axillary (groin) swelling or tenderness.

The tentative approval of this vaccine in this age group is valid for two years and subject to certain strict conditions, such as the obligation for Moderna to continue to provide information to the TGA on efficacy and safety at more long-term ongoing clinical trials and post-marketing evaluation.

“Australians can be confident that the TGA’s review process for this vaccine was rigorous and of the highest standard,” the regulator said.

“The decision to tentatively approve the vaccine was also informed by expert advice from the Vaccine Advisory Committee, an independent committee specializing in scientific, medical and clinical areas, including consumer representation.

“The TGA will continue to actively monitor the safety of the vaccine in children and adults both in Australia and in collaboration with our overseas counterparts. If security issues are identified, we will take action and promptly provide information to the public.

The TGA will publish Australia’s public assessment report regarding its interim approval of the Moderna pediatric vaccine “in the coming days”.

Pfizer also recently began the process of applying for permission to use its own COVID-19 vaccine among Australia’s youngest age cohort.

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