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Here’s how effective Covid-19 vaccine needs to be to stop the coronavirus pandemic – Hindustan Times

Using a computer simulation model, scientists in the US have assessed the effectiveness and coverage levels a potential COVID-19 vaccine needs to have in order to completely extinguish the disease spread, an advance that may help shape expectations for policy…

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iPhone 12 a stunning upgrade, but camera wizardry sets pro model apart – Sydney Morning Herald

First impressions of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro show big improvements in display quality and camera power over last year’s models.

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Last year’s introduction of night mode photography looked incredible at the time, but in comparison this year’s photos look even more vivid and well lit. Regular night mode photos of my plant corner now look even better, but the difference in night mode is far more pronounced on the 12 Pro’s Portrait mode.
This night mode portrait of my poor embattled cactus looks so beautiful, healthy and artistic. You could never tell it was taken at 11pm with the lights off.
Now you can take faux-bokeh pict…

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UE Fits Are True Wireless Buds That Finally Fit My Freakishly Small Ears – Gizmodo Australia

I love the functionality of true wireless headphones, but I’ve had trouble with earbuds for years. My problem is my freakishly small ear canals that ache when I…

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I love the functionality of true wireless headphones, but Ive had trouble with earbuds for years. My problem is my freakishly small ear canals that ache when I use earbuds for too long. Nothing ever quite fits right, and even Apples AirPods Pro by far my favourite buds seem to hurt when left in my ears for any lengthy period of time. But after spending a week with a new pair of earbuds from Ultimate Ears, I can safely say Ive found a pair of buds that not only fit my weird ears comfortably, but …

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Sutton told lawyers they didn’t need to hand security guard emails to inquiry – The Age

Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton says he stands by his evidence to the hotel quarantine inquiry and providing the board with missing emails was not necessary.

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“Professor Sutton further instructed us that he did not consider he needed to clarify his evidence and therefore the email did not need to be provided to the board for that reason.”
In his written and verbal evidence last month, Professor Sutton told the inquiry that he didn’t know private security was being used in the hotels until media reports in late May about COVID-19 outbreaks in quarantine.
Last week, The Age revealed a series of emails were sent to Professor Sutton in March and April t…

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