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Month: July 2020

Coronavirus, Coronavirus Utah, Local News

University Of Utah Health Keeping COVID-19 Testing Crews Cool

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Medical workers from University of Utah Health have been searching for ways to stay cool at drive-through coronavirus test sites, despite blistering heat and record high summer temperatures. As soon as they knew they would be setting up testing sites, organizers started asking critical questions about employee safety. “What do we need to keep our employees safe and healthy? What kind of things do we need to put in place?” said Jerry North, senior director of facilities and engineering for University of Utah Health. In the heat of the day in Utah, timing is everything, so University of Utah Health is not doing any outdoor testing at any of their sites past 1:30 p.m., and they’re starting at 7 a.m. to beat the heat. “The number one priority from...
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“Now it’s true” – Alexander Romanov

TORONTO | There is no record on dress codes in the NHL. But it was probably a first. Alexander Romanov wore a sweater decorated with several giant pandas for his virtual meeting with Montreal journalists. • Read also: Speed, the thing to watch out for • Read also: NHL: Bubble Cities Work • Read also: D-day When Romanov took his seat in a conference room at the Royal York in Toronto, he was coming out of his first training session with his new team, the Montreal Canadiens. " Yes, it's true. Now it's true, I'm part of the squad, said the 20-year-old Russian defender with a broad smile. I'm happy, I'm a member of the Canadiens. " For the next few days, Romanov will be allowed to train with CH, but he will not be allowed to play against the Penguins...
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Yanet García reveals his rear guard while posing on his back with tight elggins

Sitting with her back to the camera, the sultry fitness girl exposed her voluptuous rear while gazing at the stunning scenery of Pebble Beach, California Yanet García He wastes sensuality in each publication he shares on his social networks, in which he appears wearing tight leggings that allow us to see his shapely silhouette. Once again, the sensual fitness girl caused a stir by sharing an image on her Instagram account, thanks to which she showed her shapely figure wearing a tight black sports outfit with some colorful details. Sitting with her back to the camera, Yanet He showed his voluptuous rear while contemplating the impressive landscape of Pebble Beach, California, causing more than 235 thousand followers to rate the image with a red heart.Although her acting ca...
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Eid al-Adha celebrations around the world impacted by the coronavirus pandemic

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Small groups of pilgrims performed one of the final rites of Islamic hajj on Friday as Muslims around the world ushered in the Eid al-Adha festival amid a global pandemic that has impacted almost everyone aspects of this year's pilgrimage and celebrationsThe last days of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia coincide with the four days of Eid al-Adha, or "Feast of the Sacrifice," in which Muslims sacrifice livestock and distribute meat to the poor.The pandemic has brought millions of people around the world to the brink of poverty, making it difficult for many to adhere to the religious tradition of buying cattle.In Somalia, the price of meat has increased slightly. Abdishakur Dahir, a Mogadishu official, said that for the first time he wil...
COLD Susan Powell Case Files, Local News, National News

Jury Finds State Of Washington Negligent In Deaths Of Susan Powell’s Children

TACOMA, Wash. – A jury has found the state of Washington was negligent in the deaths of Susan Cox Powell’s children, Braden and Charlie Powell. The decision, which was read in a Pierce County, Washington, courtroom Friday afternoon, said the jury found the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services negligent in the boys’ deaths. The jury awarded the Cox family a total of $109 million in monetary damages ($54.5 million for each of the boys), saying $16,491,000 of the damages were caused by Josh Powell. Dave Cawley, host of KSL’s COLD podcast, said it appears monetary damages from the lawsuit will come in around $98 million.Breaking: A jury in Washington has found in favor of the parents of Susan Powell in their long-running lawsuit against the state ...
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Wigan residents say they are unfairly included in the lockdown area

Wigan residents expressed anger and bewilderment at the new government shutdown restrictions and wondered why they should apply when they can boast of having one of the lowest infection rates in the region.Figures show Wigan has a weekly infection rate of 7.7 compared to other Greater Manchester districts, such as Oldham, at 57.3 and Rochdale at 27.3.But like their neighbors in areas of Greater Manchester, where there has been a spike, Wigan residents find themselves negotiating the new restrictions just as they have left the worst of the closure behind. Wigan residents expressed anger and bewilderment at the new government shutdown restrictions and wondered why they should apply when they can boast of having one of the lowest infection rates in the region. Figures show Wi...
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Diabetes and obesity: silent enemies in the midst of COVID-19 (+ video)

HEALTH. Diabetes reference photo Despite the fact that the COVID-19 pandemic has been strong enough to generate an impact worldwide, the virus finds in other conditions the potential to impact more strongly. Two of them are diabetes and obesity, chronic diseases capable of generating complications in the picture of those affected by the outbreak who are also victims of these.On the subject, Ricardo Sánchez-Silva, senior editor of El Tiempo Latino, spoke this Friday with Dr. Blanca Toso, director of the Upper Cardozo Center of Unity Health Care, located in Washington DC, in an exclusive interview through Facebook Live.According to the expert, patients of one or the other disease who are also ...
WARMINGTON: Many plum jobs available on Ontario fruit farms
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WARMINGTON: Many plum jobs available on Ontario fruit farms

Contents of the continued article"I have eight guys coming out of quarantine tomorrow," Mike said of the foreign workers who have managed to get here during a difficult time of restrictions. "This will help a lot."More on this topicThat will put you at 26 workers instead of the minimum of 40 who would normally have to be able to not waste any product. What it means is that there are jobs available to anyone sitting without anything happening. But Mike won't be surprised if Canadian workers can't hold on."We see many leaving early," he said with a smile. "It's not an easy job. It's boring, it's hard and it's hot. "He also pays a minimum wage of $ 14 an hour. It is not for everyone.However, for those who complain about not having a job, there are plenty in Niagara right now. Howeve...
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Laure Murat: “The“ cancel culture ”, last resort of a population without any other voice than the Internet”

JON BERKELEY / IKON IMAGES / PHOTONONSTOP Tribune. It's a cultural war. It is both older than we think and more novel than we think. In the cacophony of passions and controversies that it arouses and which the press now echoes daily, it applies above all to the questions it asks. What is it about ? "Cancel culture", literally the culture of cancellation, which consists of pointing the finger at a personality or a company whose words or actions have been considered reprehensible or "offensive" and withdrawing their support via social networks. Article reserved for our subscribers Read also The "cancel culture" in charge in the United States This definition, broad enough to achieve consensus, designates above all ...
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Dr. Fauci expresses doubts about Russian and Chinese vaccines against COVID-19

Immunologist Anthony Fauci, voice of scientific reason in the United States on the Covid-19 pandemic, expressed doubts on Friday about the safety of vaccines currently being developed by Russia and China. • Read also: Coronavirus: hundreds of American children infected in summer camps • Read also: Wearing a mask outdoors may be imposed in France • Read also: EU reserves 300 million doses of potential Sanofi vaccine "I really hope that the Chinese and the Russians test their vaccines before giving them to anyone," he said during a hearing before the US Congress. "Claiming to have a vaccine ready for distribution before even testing it is, in my opinion, problematic, to put it mildly," added the highly respected director of the American Institute of Infec...
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Javier Ceriani denounces Laura Bozzo for defamation, censorship and racism

"And nobody in this, my country, is going to come to censure me and cover my mouth, much less to defame my work" Javier Ceriani. Photo: Javier Ceriani / Courtesy Although they once had a cordial relationship, today Javier Ceriani and Laura Bozzo they are at war, the same one they promise to bring before the law. What is happening? Why does she talk about manipulating private material? Why does he accuse her of wanting to censor him, defame him and exert racism on him? We tell you ... "Many people do not know me, many people know me at this stage, but I have been in this country for 20 years and love freedom so much. The first amendment to the Constitution defends the rights to express and report, that's why this country is so b...