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Will Smith`s wife Jada Pinkett tweets on affair rumours: Some healing needs to happen - WION
When asked, Jada Pinkett Smith reportedly denied the affair.
Will Smith's wife Jada Pinkett has finally broken her silence on August Alsina's claims and will talk about the following claims in an upcoming episode of her Facebook Watch series, Red Table Talk. ''Theres some healing that needs to happenso I'm bringing myself to The Red Table,'' the actress, 48, tweeted. Also read: 'Not true' says Jada Pinkett to August Alsina's claims of his relationship with Will Smith's wife This all started, when singer August claimed that had a long affair, with Pinkett, with the blessing of her husband Will Smith. While promoting his new album, the singer alleged to 'The Breakfast Club' co-host Angela Yee that he had a conversation with Will about his wife. Theres some healing that needs to happenso Im bringing myself to The Red Table. Jada Pinkett Smith (@jadapsmith) July 2, 2020 × ''I totally gave myself to that relationship for years of my life, and I truly and really, really deeply love and have a ton of love for her,'' Alsina said. ''I devoted myself to it, I gave my full self to it so much so to the point that I can die right now and be OK with knowing that I truly gave myself to somebody''. ''I really loved a person. I experienced that and I know what that feels like and some people never get that in this lifetime. So, I know that I am completely blessed. And this conversation is difficult because it would be hard for people to understand, but once it starts to affect me and my livelihood, I have to speak up about my truth.'' Pinkett reportedly denied the affair to an agency, Alsinas statements about their relationship are ''absolutely not true,'' she said. Jada is married to Will since 1997 and they are parents to Jaden and daughter Willow, 19.
Human trial of new coronavirus vaccine begins in UK - WION
The Federal University of Sao Paulo in Brazil said that researchers had begun administering the vaccine developed by Oxford University to volunteers
After China started human trials of its sixth experimental coronavirus vaccine, volunteers began receiving doses of a potential new coronavirus vaccine in the UK. Watch Video: At least 300 people will be administered the vaccine at the Imperial College in London. Oxford University has already started human trials. Also Read: Seven US states report highest COVID-19 hospitalisations amid Trump's claim of successful management According to reports, the vaccine uses synthetic strands of genetic code, called RNA to mirror the virus while training the immune system to identify and fight the virus without developing coronavirus. Another trial of the vaccine is set for October with the product set for distribution in the UK and abroad in early next year. Meanwhile, the Federal University of Sao Paulo in Brazil said that researchers had begun administering the vaccine developed by Oxford University to volunteers. The vaccine has been developed with pharmaceuticals group AstraZeneca known as ChAdOx1 nCoV-19. The vaccine was administered to high-risk individuals who are likely to come into contact with coronavirus patients namely doctors and nurses. The vaccine is set to be administered to at least 2,000 volunteers in Brazil. Brazil's acting health minister, Eduardo Pazuello, said the country wants to sign a contract for domestic production of the vaccine. Brazil has the second-largest COVID-19 cases after the United States which has 1.3 million infected cases and 1,20,000 deaths. Amid the race to develop the vaccine, South Africa declared it will also begin trial of coronavirus vaccine this week. The University of Witwatersrand is collaborating with the University of Oxford and the Oxford Jenner Institute on the South African trial. "As we enter winter in South Africa and pressure increases on public hospitals, now more than ever we need a vaccine to prevent infection by COVID-19," University of Witwatersrand (Wits) vaccinology professor Shabir Madhi said.