Pfizer seeks FDA approval, and a Chinese rocket is expected to crash back to Earth
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Pfizer and its partner bio and tech are seeking full approval from the US Food and Drug Administration for their COVID-19 vaccine for people 16 and older full approval would let the pharmaceutical giant market the shot directly to consumers and would make it easier for companies.
to schools and other agencies to require the vaccine so far more than 134 million doses have been given out in the United States under emergency use authorization granted in December.Google has said it will soon automatically enroll users into two factor authentication if their accounts are appropriately configured.
That means if you try to sign into your Google account, you will need a second device like a smartphone or security key to complete the sign in.
This movement tends to strengthen account security.
In the case your password was compromised, it would be difficult for someone without that second factor to access your data And finally an out of control rocket is expected to crash back down on earth sometime this weekend.
The Chinese rocket helped launch the core module of China's next generation space station a couple of weeks ago and was never expected to reach orbit.
US Space Command is tracking the rocket and expects it to reenter Earth's atmosphere sometimes Saturday or Sunday.
The exact timing will be unknown until a few hours before.
Given that the earth is covered with oceans, there's a high probability that 22 tons of debris will splash down and Pacific waters.
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