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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