U.S. Capital in lockdown facing security threats.
Police say the U.S. Capitol building was locked after a car crashed into a security barrier around the complex. – BBC, NBC News
Capitol police say a suspect has been arrested following reports of a car being driven over two officers. The suspect and two officers were taken to hospital, police said.
The Capitol and surrounding streets in Washington, D.C., are also under blockade after police alerted them to security threats. Footage from the news scene showed a helicopter flying overhead and two people on stretchers who appeared to be being transported to the ambulance. Visitors have been told to leave the area quickly.
The report comes almost three months after the January riots in the capital.
Six people have died in Britain from blood clots after receiving the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine. -Daily Mirror
Researchers say that two to sixteen blood clots occur every 10 million years. And it has not yet been confirmed whether the vaccine has anything to do with the blood clots of the seven people who died. Paul Hunter, a professor of medicine at the University of East Anglia, said deaths with ticks are very rare. The professor told the Guardian that those who did not receive the vaccine were more at risk of death than those who did. I must take the second dose of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine even after blood clots die. Germany, France, the Netherlands and Canada have prescribed the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine for adults only.
Chief Executive Officer of the European Medicine Agency. June Rhine said the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine would continue to be used to monitor blood clots. He says blood clots can be caused by low levels of rare antibodies and platelets. Which is associated with other types of blood clots. David Werring, a professor at the UCL Institute of Neurology, told the BBC there was an urgent need for more research into blood clotting. It is important to find out if the tick has anything to do with it.
A Capitol police officer has been killed and another injured in a terrorist attack on the US Capitol. The attacker was also shot dead by security forces. The US administration is reluctant to call it a terrorist attack. However, it is learned that the man tried to attack the Capitol building out of anger over the country’s intelligence forces.
According to CNN, the name of the suspected attacker is Noah Green. Prior to the attack on Friday, he had made multiple posts on social media mentioning the loss of his job and inability to get medical treatment.
Green believed the US administration was controlling his mind. He also shared a number of “stories” from his Instagram account just a couple of hours before the attack, in which he was seen speaking to US religious leader Lewis Farrakhan.
The caption of a video shared by Green was that the US government is the number one enemy of blacks.
In another post on Instagram a few days ago, the young man wrote that Farrakhan had saved him after a terrible ordeal through the US intelligence agency CIA and FBI. In a comment to the post, Green said he had been the victim of multiple intrusions into the home, food poisoning, assaults, unauthorized surgeries at the hospital, and mind control.
Noah Green, 25, graduated from Christopher Newport University in Virginia in 2019. He was born in Fairlia, West Virginia. He also had a Virginia driving license.
In a post from his Facebook account, Green stated that he was taking the drug “unknowingly” and that there were side effects. Authorities shut down Green’s Facebook and Instagram accounts on Friday afternoon. Source: CNN