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“Do whatever you want, but find me an oxygen cylinder. Sell my gold, but get a cylinder.”

New Delhi, India, resident USHA DEVI, begging her two sons to find oxygen for their father, who lay dying of COVID-19 in late April, according to The New York Times. A lack of organized oxygen distribution has contributed to India’s recent surge in COVID-19 deaths.

“I do not consider myself guilty of threatening, slandering, or insulting any group of people.”

Finnish Member of Parliament PÄIVI RÄSÄNEN, whom prosecutors have criminally charged with hate speech against homosexuals. Räsänen could face fines or jail time for expressing Biblical views of marriage and sexuality in a 2004 pamphlet, a 2018 TV show, and a 2019 tweet.

“It just isn’t fair.”

Former decathlon Olympian and reality TV star CAITLYN JENNER, known as Bruce before declaring himself a transgender woman in 2015, telling a TMZ reporter why he opposes biological boys who are transgender competing in girls’ sports. Jenner is running as a Republican candidate for governor of California.

“Wokeness is a problem and everyone knows it. It’s hard to talk to anybody today—and I talk to lots of people in the Democratic Party—who doesn’t say this. But they don’t want to say it out loud.”

Democratic strategist JAMES CARVILLE in an interview with Vox writer Sean Illing.

“If that shows 75 percent efficacy, then we would be very happy and jumping around.”

University of Ghana epidemiologist KWADWO KORAM, telling Nature of his high hopes for a phase 3 trial of a new malaria vaccine that could prevent tens of thousands of child deaths by malaria each year.

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