Monthly Archives: July 2021

County President Cites Lack of Time and Bans Supervisors from Introducing “Community for All” Resolution

Editor’s Note: This version includes comments from Board Chairman Kurt Gibbs that were received after the article was originally published. Damakant Jayshi At the start of the Marathon County Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, four community members again urged the organization to pass the controversial “Community for All” resolution, …

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Five horror movies to stream now

Each month, we recommend five recent horror movies available to stream. Find more genre suggestions and other ways to navigate streaming services What to watch. ‘Son’ Stream it on Shudder. “Son” begins with a one-scene doozy: Laura (Andi Matichak), a single mother, goes to see her sleeping 8-year-old son, David …

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Vermont’s paid family leave plan is still ongoing

MONTPELIER, Vermont (WCAX) – The pandemic and the toll it has taken on families in Vermont has renewed calls for paid family and medical leave. It comes a year and a half after Gov. Phil Scott vetoed an effort by Vermont lawmakers to pursue a voluntary plan. Randy George, co-owner …

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Community surprises 8-year-old battling cancer with princess-themed parade

CULLMAN COUNTY, Alabama (WIAT) – The Cullman County community has made sure a little girl gets her wish. Lillie Handley, 8, had never seen a real parade. She is now in the hospice car battling cancer. But the community rallied around her to help her in her difficult times and …

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Life, Retirement, Health and Disability Insurance Market 2021 SWOT Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Significant Growth

This report examines the Life, retirement, health and disability insurance market with many aspects of the industry such as market size, market status, market trends and forecast. The report also provides brief information on competitors and specific growth opportunities with major market drivers. Find the comprehensive analysis of the life, …

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Central Pa HIV Care Agency Now Accepting Donations Through Used Car Program ‘CARS’ | Community

Williamsport / State College, PA – Community members can donate their used vehicles to AIDS Resource through the CARS (Charitable Adult Rides and Services) program. This program creates a unique opportunity for donors to support the organization’s customer transportation and meal delivery services. Through the CARS program, AIDS Resource will …

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Kenya: IEBC candidates should protect the inviolability of the vote

With only a year to go until the next general election and we will soon be hearing loud music in the streets as the country’s political leaders once again come up with new tricks to gain the trust of the Kenyans they have lost over the years. of their previous …

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Need School Bus Drivers in Pea Ridge

PEA RIDGE – “It’s a great part-time job,” said Cameron McNabb, director of facilities and transportation, of school bus drivers. The Pea Ridge School District currently has two positions open for school bus drivers – a special education route and a rural route. “We are always on the lookout for …

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The Surfside community mourns the lost as search teams stand near the bottom of the debris

“At the original collapse site, we’re almost at the bottom,” Miami-Dade Police spokesman Alvaro Zabaleta told CNN. “Does that mean we’re almost done with the search? No. Until we clean up the whole site and find any human remains, we’re not done.” Part of the South Champlain Towers collapsed in …

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24/7 DAD tackles paternity trials | News, Sports, Jobs

contributed photos A new 24-7 DAD session will start on September 8th. The group is designed to help Marshall County dads overcome the challenges of fatherhood. A new session of 24-7 DAD, a free 11-week group designed to help Marshall County fathers face the challenges of fatherhood, will begin on …

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Chembio Diagnostics Receives $ 28.3 Million Purchase Order

HAUPPAUGE, NY, July 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Chembio Diagnostics, Inc. (Nasdaq: CEMI), a leading point-of-care diagnostics company focused on infectious disease, today announced that it has received a purchase order of 28.3 million dollars from Bio-Manguinhos for the purchase of the DPP SARS-CoV-2 antigen tests from Chembio for delivery …

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What will bring people living with HIV back into care?

Convenience, accessibility, confidentiality and quality care. If the U.S. healthcare system is to bring people who have abandoned HIV care back to the clinic, that’s what people with HIV say they’ll have to do, according to data presented this week at the 11th annual conference. International AIDS Society on HIV …

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Fairview Resident Calls For Community Support Amid Cancer Treatment | Communities

Cancer sucks. This not only puts a strain on the body, but also on emotions, family and wallet. Sadly, a resident of Fairview has seen this tension up close and is asking the community for help. In turn, he plans to continue helping others. Jeff Beck has a long history …

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‘NABARD contributes to the rural development of Odisha’

NABARD has made coherent efforts, initiatives and contributions to rural development and has provided constant support and development of rural sectors in Odisha, said Senior Guest Governor Professor Ganeshi Lal on the 40th day of the foundation of the National Bank of Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) Regional office here …

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CSCU Community College student debt racked up during pandemic must be forgiven – NBC Connecticut

Debt that community college students in the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system have incurred or have been unable to repay due to the pandemic will be canceled, according to Connecticut State Colleges and Universities President Terrence Cheng. About $ 17 million will be forgiven, according to CSCU. This will …

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HRW: Kenya mismanaged COVID cash flow program for the poor | Voice of America

NAIROBI – In a report released Tuesday, Human Rights Watch accused the Kenyan government of failing to properly manage a cash transfer program intended to help the poor during the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, the rights group says the money went to people with ties to officials and politicians. Anette Okumu, …

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Kenya: Babu Owino threatens to quit Twitter

Embakasi East MP Paul Ongili aka Babu Owino threatened to quit Twitter if his account was not verified. His sentiment comes hours after it emerged that Twitter had verified a parody account associated with him. “If Twitter doesn’t verify my real account in the next few weeks I’m sorry I’ll …

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Homeless people living with HIV prefer flexibility, in-person care and incentives

According to a study presented this week at the 11th International Conference of the International AIDS Society on HIV, people who are homeless or in precarious housing differ in the types of HIV care they prefer, with a majority favoring flexibility while ‘about a third still wanted to see the …

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Kerala High Court orders state to verify whether Kudumbashree is competent to handle animal birth control

the High Court of Kerala On Monday, the state’s decision to transfer funds to Kudumbashree (a women’s self-help group) to manage animal birth control in the state was put on hold. A divisional bench of Judge AK Jayasankaran Nambiar and Judge Gopinath P observed that before the funds were transferred, …

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providers benefit more than job seekers

The federal government has declared its plan for “independent evaluations” for the National Disability Insurance Scheme “dead”. But he has another plan to save money: get people with disabilities off welfare and put them to work. It is A $ 3.5 million commitment the creation of a “platform dedicated to …

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Kenmare leaders survey residents for possible community center

KENMARE, ND – Some key parts of Kenmare Town need major upgrades, and the surrounding community can now give their opinion on how they should be fixed. Kenmare residents are invited to voice their opinions as the town begins to look for new ways to solve old problems. Feedback from …

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gay rugby player wins five-year battle against deportation to Kenya | Immigration and asylum

A gay rugby player famous after winning a five-year battle against deportation to Kenya, where he feared persecution for his sexuality. Kenneth Macharia, 41, on Monday won an appeal in immigration court against the Home Office plan to remove him from the UK. His campaign drew huge public support, with …

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Social Security Ends Special Notice By Mail Option For The Blind

Experts: the change is “concerning” About half a million people use special notification options, according to data from the SSA. Over 388,000 do so in large print. Almost 47,000 opted for a phone call, approximately 27,500 for a registered letter, 23,000 for a data or audio CD and approximately 11,700 …

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Adolescent-focused interventions lead to 30% increase in viral suppression in Namibia and 20% increase in Nigeria

Successful approaches to managing HIV in adolescents and young adults were reported by researchers from two countries in sub-Saharan Africa at the 11th International AIDS Society HIV Science Conference this week. Dr Toivo Shikesho from the Namibian Ministry of Health and Human Services reported a 30% increase in viral suppression …

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Returning to work is not easy for some who have lost their jobs due to COVID

MILWAUKEE – Karen Miller wants to work. Ideally, the 65-year-old would go back to her old job scanning government documents for Data Dimensions in Janesville, Wisconsin. But she can’t. The company fired her in March 2020 when COVID-19 hit, and she then cut more than 100 employees after losing a …

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Kenya: Blinken and Omamo discuss ‘shared priorities’ on regional security

The United States says Kenya could be useful in bringing stability to the Horn of Africa, especially Ethiopia and South Sudan. In a meeting on Friday, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Kenyan Foreign Cabinet Secretary Raychelle Omamo discussed what they called “shared priorities” with regard to regional security …

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HIV testing, positive results dropped in US during COVID-19

Rates of HIV diagnostic testing, positivity and acute infection all declined in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, new study finds that highlighted the pandemic’s impact on testing opportunities of HIV. In new data presented at the 2021 International AIDS Society (IAS) HIV Science Conference this weekend, researchers at …

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Tourism subsidies to help bring back visitors | Business

Visitors to Wildlife Safari will be able to hand feed the giraffes and even look them in the eye, in part thanks to a local grant that will go towards the construction of an observation deck and barn at the popular adventure park. by Winston. The $ 4,900 for the …

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Honor finds Kenya’s oldest fossil hunter, Kamoya Kimeu

By KARI MUTU On a cloudy Sunday afternoon in May 2021, a small group of people seen in Nairobi as one of the world’s most successful fossil researchers earned a doctorate. Kamoya Kimeu, 81, received an honorary Doctor of Science degree from Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in Ohio, United …

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Disability rights activist Erin Gilmer dies at 38

July 7 in Centennial, Colorado. She was 38 years old. Anne Marie Mercurio, a friend to whom Ms Gilmer had given power of attorney, said the cause was suicide. First in Texas and then Colorado, where she had her own law firm, Ms Gilmer pushed for legislation that would make …

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In the wake of the pandemic, the HIV epidemic encompasses Duluth

Rapid HIV testing and clean needles – key to containing the epidemic – are just starting to emerge in needed capacities in the city, and sources fear that apathy may prevent the response from being taken as seriously as it is. it should be. “I’m so angry I can’t take …

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Bernie Sanders quits “fly role” in Senate, says former Obama adviser

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) Has played “a gadfly of sorts” in the upper house for many years, said David Axelrod, who served as an adviser to former President Barack Obama. Politics. But now the de facto leader of the Progressive Democrats is at the center of congressional negotiations, including the …

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Campbell Community Briefs for the week of July 23 – The Mercury News

Extended library hours The Santa Clara County Library District was scheduled to extend hours of service at its community branches on Monday, July 12. The Campbell Express Library hours of operation are Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The …

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Kenya: getting paid to gamble, the esports boom in Kenya

Digital games in Kenya now seem more of a safe bet than actual sporting activities in the East African nation. Electronic sports have also become a huge source of money for young Kenyans. The future of professional sport in Kenya – where some of the world’s best athletes come from …

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Ieuter Insurance and Hastings Mutual Insurance donate $ 4,000 to Camp Fish Tales

Midland Daily News July 17, 2021Update: July 17, 2021 at 5:00 a.m. Shannon Forshee, Executive Director of Camp Fish Tales, receives a check for $ 4000 from Karl Ieuter of the Ieuter Insurance Group. (Photo provided) Camp Fish Tales received a grant of $ 4000 from the Ieuter Insurance Group …

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Restoring Lives by Tackling Systemic Barriers for People of Color

As the community becomes more aware of negative childhood experiences and its connection to mental and medical health, Shenita Jones, CEO and founder of Restoring Lives, said the barriers and disparities facing people in Color faces are the most important thing to overcome in order to effectively serve people of …

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New café puts community relations at the heart of its business

Posted: Jul 15, 2021 / 8:50 PM CDT / Update: Jul 15, 2021 / 8:50 PM CDT WICHITA FALLS (KFDX / KJTL) – A new cafe on the corner of Taft and Midwestern Parkway offers all types of foreign coffee while bringing the community together. For Collective Coffee + Community, …

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The power of mLearning in Kenya

Northampton, MA –News Direct– Qualcomm In 2003, primary education in Kenya became free for all and it became possible for an unprecedented number of young Kenyans to enroll. Although the government has been successful in getting students through school doors, challenges such as the shortage of teachers, high levels of …

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People with diabetes at risk for severe COVID-19, study confirms

A recent study from the University of Cape Town (UCT) confirmed that people living with diabetes (PLWD) are at increased risk of severe COVID-19 (hospitalization and mortality). The results were published in the journal Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. Researchers used data from the first wave of the pandemic in …

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NDIS algorithms and the powers of King Henry VIII

The political repudiation of the changes proposed by the Commonwealth to the national disability insurance scheme by all states and territories were more than just a routine adjustment by the federation. What exploded on Friday July 9 was an episode of the conjunction of two extremely powerful forces – the …

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Act now or NHS could be overwhelmed this winter, report warns | Coronavirus

Covid and influenza threaten to push the NHS to breaking point this winter unless major precautions are taken over the summer, according to a report commissioned by the government’s chief scientific adviser. Sir Patrick Vallance asked the Academy of Medical Sciences to assess how the ‘triple whammy’ of coronavirus, influenza …

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Calhoun Community College arranges instant admissions before the fall semester

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – We are one month away from schools and universities resuming for the fall semester.Calhoun Community College is looking to speed up the admissions process with the goal of getting as many prospective students through the doors before they start in August. “Anyone here in our community can …

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Kenya signs Tokyo 2020 ceremonial kit deal with Safaricom

The Safaricom mobile network has entered into a sponsorship agreement with the Kenyan team scheduled to compete in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics here. An agreement worth KES 20 million (£ 133,000 / $ 185,000 / € 156,000) has been signed which will go to Kenya’s ceremonial kit. Each member of …

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Symetra Appoints Daniel Palermino SVP, Benefit Distribution and Service | National company

BELLEVUE, Washington – (BUSINESS WIRE) – July 14, 2021– Symetra Life Insurance Company today announced the appointment of Daniel Palermine as Senior Vice President, Benefit Distribution and Field Service. In this new role, Mr. Palermino will be responsible for all aspects of sales and field service activities across all of …

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Beyond drugs – Center for American Progress

Join the conversation on Twitter using #HumanizingHIVRresponse. On July 13, 2010, the Obama administration released the National HIV / AIDS Strategy (NHAS), the country’s first comprehensive roadmap to tackle the HIV epidemic. The strategy provided concrete targets on reducing new transmissions and increasing access to prevention, treatment and care. A …

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Nota feat: All the villagers receive the 1st jab against Covid | Kanpur News

Jhansi: With all 2,447 villagers having received their first vaccine, the village of Nota in the Bangra block of Jhansi on Tuesday became the first village in the district to have each of its inhabitants partially vaccinated against Covid-19. There are 773 families residing in the village of Nota with …

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DOE awards $ 12 million to tribal communities to maximize energy technology deployment

WASHINGTON DC – The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced $ 12 million in funding to 13 Native American and Native Alaskan communities across the country for projects that will lower energy costs and increase safety and security. energy resilience. The selected projects will power their homes and communities, …

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European financing of solar mini-grids in Kenya – pv magazine International

Some 22 villages in Busia County will receive a total of 7,000 electrical connection points as well as solar-powered street lighting and water services after InfraCo Africa invested $ 4.2 million in the acquisition of 40% of developer Kudura Power East Africa. July 13, 2021 Max Room The International Renewable …

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Interest rates, profits highlight the discussion; council tables OMMA renewal requests | New

Woodward County Commissioners considered interest rates, earnings and due dates on the county’s accounts at their meeting Monday morning. County Treasurer Kim Bowers provided a list of all accounts and the interest they earn, which District 2 Commissioner Clint White prepared in a spreadsheet. “We have $ 22,370,104 in accounts …

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Saginaw High Schools to Host Youth Health Care Events This Month

SAGINAW, MI – Young people in the city this month can visit a pair of events planned at health centers in Great Lakes Bay connecting them to services ranging from teeth cleaning to COVID-19 vaccinations. The Saginaw-based organization will coordinate health care clinics in the city over the next two …

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Here’s why MGNREGA could potentially save the rural economy

The pandemic has not only resulted in the loss of human life, but has also had an impact on the source of livelihood for many people. It has triggered a gradual but persistent erosion of employment opportunities, especially in the unorganized sector of our economy. And with the shutdown of …

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Community schools take pride in a student’s heritage | Local News

The movement to establish community schools in the United States is not new. It dates back to the 1800s. Jane Addams, social worker, and John Dewey, educator and reformer, were the first to recognize that children learn best when they are supported academically, as well as when all of their …

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Kenyan Drake says he can add versatility to Raiders offense

Newcomer to the Las Vegas Raiders, Kenyan running back Drake, knows he won’t go to the main running back position. He knows that running back Josh Jacobs will remain the main defender. But Drake believes he can add versatility to the Raiders offense. “I’m really excited to see how our …

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Increase the chances in an emergency | Business

MOSCOW – Gritman Medical Center has achieved Level IV Trauma Center certification through the Idaho Time Sensitive Emergency System. The designation is given to hospitals that have an on-call trauma team that includes a doctor and nurse, but no surgeons. “The Level IV designation means that if a trauma patient …

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Education Fund Group honored by LMA | New

The Livermore Management Association (LMA), a section of the Association of California School Administrators for employees of the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD), recently named Safeway Regional NorCal Pharmacies as its 2021 education partner for its immunization efforts. teachers, staff, students and families during the COVID-19 pandemic. “The …

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Harris Regional Hospital and Swain Community Hospital expand care for women – The Cherokee One Feather

SYLVA – Harris Regional Hospital and Swain Community Hospital continue to expand services to women in western North Carolina by welcoming Jennifer Blattner, Certified Gynecologist and Obstetrician, and Jessica Williamson, Certified Nurse Midwife, to Harris Women’s Care. Williamson started seeing patients on June 1 and Dr Blattner starts in September, …

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Nzambi Matee turns Kenya’s plastic waste into building bricks

3 Min reading Kenya’s plastic pollution crisis has reached a tipping point, especially with the western world continuing to export its plastic waste to the African continent. The country is drowning in plastic, from clogged waterways to dangerous landfills, this non-biodegradable material is wreaking havoc in communities. However, a woman …

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Beautiful moments of sporting event at all levels | The mail

news, latest news, On Friday, an organization of people with disabilities held a free sports practice day for people of all skill levels and encouraged more locals to get involved and reach out. Solve Disability Solutions’ Recreational Development Coordinator Tim Marchinton said the event, held at Ken Kay Badminton Stadium, …

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Lessons from two waves of SARS-CoV-2 in South Africa

As of July 2021, at least four worrisome variants were circulating around the world in the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic which resulted in nearly 180 million documented viral infections and nearly 4 million Deaths from COVID-19 around the world since December 2019. Variants of concern are those lines that evolved from the …

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Yale high school leadership students give back to Abbotsford – Abbotsford News

Yale high school students applied for and received grants which they then used to help other members of the Abbotsford community. (Submitted) Yale high school leadership students give back to Abbotsford Leadership class applies for and receives grants to thank or help locals Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, …

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Centraide announces new priorities, a change in the way the organization helps the community

FORT WAYNE, Indiana (WANE) – The Allen County United Way has announced new priorities for the organization, marking a shift in the way it helps the community. A working group noted that the main needs of the community are education, public health and mental health. After extensive research and community …

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Kenya: manufacturers call for accelerated resolution of non-tariff barriers

Nairobi – Manufacturers in Kenya and Tanzania have called for accelerated resolution of non-tariff barriers (NTBs) and revision of the East African Community Common External Tariff (TEC EAC). It was at the Trade Investment Forum on Thursday, hosted by the Kenya Manufacturers Association (KAM) and the Confederation of Tanzanian Industries …

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NW CT Chamber organizes meetings, events

The Northwestern Chamber of Commerce of CT has scheduled meetings and events this month. For more information, email [email protected] or visit nwctchamberofcommerce.org. July 15, 10 a.m., Restaurant and Retail Peer Group. The new Restaurant & Retail Peer group will hold a monthly zoom meeting on the 3rd Thursday to give …

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Free STI screening and treatment clinic now open in Palm Springs

A free sexually transmitted infection testing and treatment clinic has opened in Palm Springs in hopes of lowering local rates that have risen in recent years. PS … Test opened its doors last month as a 100% free center and welcome to all. Health insurance is not necessary and a …

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Aspire Academy targets Worcester middle school students for summer programs

Luisa Martínez worried about her son, a growing 8th grade student, who had lost ground academically during the pandemic school year and also missed out on social interactions. She was motivated to enroll him in summer programs that could help her catch up and looked for the one that would …

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Menninger Veterans Community, plans for Independence Hall underway

TOPEKA (KSNT) – A Topeka veteran is moving forward with his plan to create a living village for veterans in need at Menninger Tower, providing shelter, food and medical facilities. Topeka veteran to offer to turn Menninger clock tower into a veteran’s house Sammie Williams first came up with the …

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How to sustainably finance Kenyan startups

Chroniclers How to sustainably finance Kenyan startups Thursday 08 July 2021 By BITANGE NDEMOMore from this author summary Despite the impact of Covid-19 on many businesses in our country, one area in which Kenya has been documented as the leader on the continent is that of startups. Kenya replaces Nigeria, …

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Make therapy free for everyone

The COVID-19 pandemic has helped bring more attention to mental health issues that can be overlooked in public policy debates. Even if the worst of the pandemic recedes, now is the right time to consider improvements in mental health policy, in particular better screening for mental illnesses; real parity between …

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Uninsured people are often the most billed by hospitals, data shows

The Wall Street Journal reports an investigation into hospital rates and uninsured people. Reports from Atlanta show that language barriers are linked to poor access to health care. Meanwhile, HIV prevention clinics are worried about Gilead’s reimbursement cuts. The Wall Street Journal: Hospitals often charge uninsured people the highest prices, …

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Children’s books matter: Mount A project aims to create a more diverse preschool library

Sitting on a small chair at Sackville Playschool Inc., surrounded by picture books and colorful notice boards, Susie Andrews describes herself as a “story scholar”. You might expect this Mount Allison oriental religion teacher to teach ancient Buddhist texts in an amphitheater, but since last semester she and her students …

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Bend Fire thanks community for calm Fourth, says city fireworks ban could be extended

Government-politics BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – Bend Fire & Rescue thanked the community on Tuesday for following the city’s ban on personal use fireworks and said city action could be extended beyond Friday, due to the still hot and dry conditions. Here is the full statement: Bend Fire & Rescue would …

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Elephants to be moved from UK zoo to Kenyan wilderness in ‘world first’

(CNN) – An entire herd of elephants from a British zoo will be released into the wild in Kenya, which conservationists have hailed as a world first. The 13 elephants live at Howletts Wild Animal Park in Kent, southern England, and will be flown over 7,000 kilometers (4,350 miles) to …

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NIH Avant Garde Award for an innovative, ready-to-use concept to cure HIV and treat addiction

PICTURE: Linda Chang view After Credit: UMSOM University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) Professor of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Linda Chang, MD, MS, received the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Avant-Garde Prize 2021 (DP1) for research on HIV / AIDS and substance use disorders – a pioneering …

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NXIVM frontman Keith Raniere adds former lawyer Jeffrey Epstein to his legal team

NXIVM chief Keith Raniere added renowned New York criminal defense attorney Marc Fernich to his legal team ahead of his appeal. Court documents dated July 2 show Fernich joined Raniere’s case. Fernich’s clients include drug trafficker Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, mafia boss John Gotti and Jeffrey Epstein, the late financier …

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Queens community councils are becoming increasingly diverse, new report reveals

Borough of Queens President Donovan Richards (Photo: Office of the President of the Borough of Queens) July 5, 2021 By Michael Dorgan A new report has revealed that Queens community councils are increasingly diverse. The report, released Thursday by the Office of the President of the Borough of Queens, shows …

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Kenya: Public Universities Best at Evaluating Government Ministries and Departments

Public universities have emerged as the best performers in an assessment of the performance of government ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) despite the financial difficulties that most of them go through. Universities dominated “functional categories for Crown corporations” in the 2018/2019 fiscal year, according to a recently released report by …

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Bendigo Man Mitchell Landry Jailed for National Invalidity Insurance Agency Fraud | Bendigo Advertiser

news, news-locales, bendigo, fraud, ndia, landry A man from BENDIGO who defrauded the National Disability Insurance Agency over $ 300,000 has been jailed for at least 16 months. Chief Justice Peter Kidd said Mitchell John Landry had “taken the opportunity to cheat the system” in his “not too sophisticated” offense. …

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Sista Sister Review by Candice Brathwaite – Powerful Life Lessons | Autobiography and memory

Im Sister sister, Candice Brathwaite, author of I am not Your baby mom, reflects on her past mistakes in friendships, finances, and family in an effort to make the road less rocky for other black women. As she bravely approaches sex work and drugs, sister sister focuses on ‘universal’ topics …

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Community Voices: A New Kind of Independence Day | Community voice

In early July 1776, the Continental Congress declared its independence from the British on behalf of our 13 colonies. It was a defining moment in our American history, and we still have so much to celebrate on this 245th anniversary of the most unique and unprecedented experience of human government …

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Kenya ready for U20 title defense: standard sport

Vincent Keter celebrates after winning the men’s 1,500m final in the U20 World Championship testing at Kasarani Stadium yesterday. [Stafford Ondego, Standard] Kenya has won at least five overall titles at the World Under-20 Athletics Championships since its inception in 1986. The nation is second in the medal standings with …

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Medical Debt Collection Hurts Patient Finances, Reports Say | Local News

Benford Sarina Benford, 32, of Madison, noticed that her credit score dropped 50 points this spring after two unexpected medical bills totaling more than $ 1,000 appeared on her report, including one from April 2020, when she went to Meriter’s emergency room. After years of bad credit, the mother of …

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Merck Action on gastric cancer indication Keytruda tops busy week

The only other drug approved by the FDA for these patients with allergic reactions has been in short supply worldwide since 2016. Erwinaze (asparaginase erwinia chrysanthemi) from Jazz Pharmaceuticals has encountered supply and manufacturing issues from the owner and manufacturer of the product. , Porton Biopharma Limited. FDA approves sNDA …

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What is post-pandemic stress disorder and do you suffer from it?

Meanwhile, Dr Dan Chisholm, mental health specialist for the WHO in Copenhagen, Denmark, said: “Covid-19 has had a number of effects on people’s mental health and well-being. , ranging from fears of being infected to stress brought on by infection prevention and lockdown, self-isolation and quarantine, or the adverse mental …

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It takes a village to protect a community | News, Sports, Jobs

I would like to thank everyone who attended or watched Saturday’s Resilient Together event marking the 10th anniversary of the 2011 Souris River flood and its aftermath. It was a great opportunity to remind myself and everyone of this simple fact: we are in the same boat. We were in …

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We are ready to move the wheels

Dr Vivian Whatley shoots at a target after his inspection visit to the Kirigiti range. [The Standard] The 15th edition of the IDPA Africa Championships will take place in Kenya from September 2-5, 2021. Kenya National Association of Gun Owners (NGAO-K) President Martin Chengo expressed confidence in its capacity to …

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Support Classified as ‘Ordinary Living Expenses’ Would Be Banned in NDIS Redesign | National invalidity insurance scheme

The federal government’s overhaul of the national disability insurance system plans to ban certain forms of support that it considers “ordinary living expenses”. A leaked agenda for the next disability ministers meeting, seen by Guardian Australia, reveals that Federal NDIS Minister Linda Reynolds will seek “in principle” agreement from states …

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How can undocumented immigrants receive treatment for HIV / AIDS in New York?

Undocumented immigrants living with HIV / AIDS in New York State can enroll in uninsured care programs that provide access to free HIV and / or AIDS care. Here is a step by step explanation. New York Department of Health and Mental Hygiene A public health campaign to promote awareness …

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Find the wind under your wings

Do you have a social support system? I am talking about a network of people (friends, family, peers) in your life with whom you can speak honestly and who will provide you with emotional and practical support. Having a social support system in times of crisis or illness is a …

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Black MS patients experience a higher disease burden

Source / Disclosures Disclosures: Gray-Roncal does not report any relevant financial information. Zhovtis Ryerson states that he received personal compensation for his participation in advisory boards and research support from Biogen. Please see the full study for relevant financial information from all other authors. ADD A SUBJECT TO E-MAIL ALERTS …

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Kenya as a gateway to millions of learners

Photo: Marcel Crozet / International Labor Organization / Flickr In July, the UK and Kenya will jointly host a summit in London on behalf of the Global Partnership for Education, which supports access to schooling in low-income countries. Much of the $ 5 billion the two countries hope to raise …

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Prevent HIV infections during a new pandemic – World

Report shows major disruptions in HIV prevention program service linked to COVID-19, but highlights that innovations and adaptations of HIV services are possible JULY 01, 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic threatens decades of hard-won development and advances in public health. UNAIDS is committed to playing a central role in ensuring that …

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Lookers Looks To The Future With Confidence After The 2020 Financial Results Are Released

Lookers said he can now “look to the future with confidence” after coming out of the most difficult period in its history. The AM100 PLC reported revenue down 23% to £ 3.69bn (2019: £ 4.81bn), but underlying pre-tax profits of £ 14.1m were higher than the restated result of £ …

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Our point of view: every community must be involved in affordable housing

Rent is unaffordable for tens of thousands of Mainers in all corners of the state. For far too many Mainers, buying a home is simply not possible. It is an issue that directly affects people’s ability to have a safe and welcoming place to feel at home. And that’s not …

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