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Pfizer working with Norwegian health authorities on deaths allegedly related to COVID-19 vaccine

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, January 19) – American pharmaceutical firm Pfizer assured they are working with health authorities in Norway to find out if the deaths there are really related to their COVID-19 vaccine. “Pfizer and BioNtech are aware of reported deaths following administration of BNT162b2,” Pfizer said in a statement exclusively obtained by CNN Philippines. LOOK: CNN Philippines obtains a copy of Pfizer and BionNTech statement on the reported deaths in Norway. Pfizer says that they are now

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Pfizer working with Norwegian health authorities on deaths allegedly related to COVID-19 vaccine

Walled Lake dispensary offering free pre-rolled joints to anyone who got COVID-19 vaccine

File Photo WALLED LAKE, Mich. (WXYZ) — A dispensary in Walled Lake is offering free pre-rolled joints for anyone who has received the COVID-19 vaccine. The Greenhouse of Walled Lake said the promotion is a "thank you" to everyone involved to helping end the pandemic and getting life to normal. Titled "Pot for Shots," the promotion begins Friday, Jan. 22 and runs through Sunday, Feb. 28. Founder and Owner Jerry Millen said the promotion is his way to assist helping the community get back to normalcy. The Greenhouse

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Walled Lake dispensary offering free pre-rolled joints to anyone who got COVID-19 vaccine

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is more than “I have a dream” speech for 22nd annual Capital Region event

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The 22nd Annual Capital District MLK Holiday Labor and Community Celebration was held online this year for the first time. However, the new challenge couldn’t stop the Sanctuary for Independent Media and the event committee from broadcasting their message of change. Deacon Jerry Ford, one of the event’s hosts and the Founder of Team HERO, said canceling wasn’t an option. “Even though we’re up against the pandemic, even though we’re up against racial justice, even though

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is more than “I have a dream” speech for 22nd annual Capital Region event

Chenango Bridge woman wins free Mirabito gas for a year

Skip to content CHENANGO BRIDGE, NY – A Chenango Bridge woman won’t have to worry about the price at the pumps after winning free gas for the year. Just before Christmas, Tammy Conklin was announced as the winner of Mirabito’s Free Gas for a Year contest Last week at the Kattelville Road location in Chenango Bridge, Conklin received 52 Mirabito gift cards, valued at $50 each. Contestants were required to take a selfie with a Mirabito M decal on their car and upload it to the company’s app. Conklin says

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Chenango Bridge woman wins free Mirabito gas for a year

Smith Rowe singles out Lacazette as big influence on fledgling career

Smith Rowe has become a crucial part of Arteta’s side almost overnight, having only been drafted into a Premier League starting XI for the first time this season for the victory against Chelsea on Boxing Day. The Englishman has started every league game since as the Gunners’ form has improved markedly and he produced another excellent performance in Monday night’s 3-0 win over Newcastle, setting up a goal for fellow academy graduate Bukayo Saka. In an interview on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football immediately

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Smith Rowe singles out Lacazette as big influence on fledgling career

Sierra Club to present environmental award

Skip to content BINGHAMTON, NY – A longtime advocate and educator on environmental issues is being honored by a local green organization. The Susquehanna Group chapter of the Sierra Club will be presenting the Lynda Spickard Environmental Award to Adam Flint at its virtual meeting tomorrow evening. Flint is the Clean Energy Programs Director for the Network for a Sustainable Tomorrow or NEST. Flint has spent over a decade on energy issues, from both the supply and consumption side. He’s been a long proponent

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Sierra Club to present environmental award

Governor McMaster tours coronavirus vaccination sites across the state

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– Governor Henry McMaster got a first hand look at one of the state’s vaccine distribution sites Monday afternoon. The governor toured Lexington Medical Center where vaccines are now available for seniors over 70. According to Becker’s Hospital Review, South Carolina has only distributed just over 33% of its allotted vaccines. Governor McMaster says he is confident that number will rise. The governor also toured a site in Spartanburg Monday morning.

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Governor McMaster tours coronavirus vaccination sites across the state

Bay Area TV Sports: What to watch on Tuesday-Wednesday

Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors (6-6) host the San Antonio Spurs (7-6) on Thursday, Jan. 20, 2021 at 7 p.m. on NBC Bay Area. Tuesday TV/Radio College men’s basketball Purdue at Ohio State 3:30 p.m. BIGTEN Tennessee at Florida 4 p.m. ESPN Winthrop at Presbyterian 4 p.m. ESPNU USC at Oregon State 4 p.m. ESPN2 Maryland (College Park) at Michigan 4 p.m. FS1 Butler at DePaul 4 p.m. CBSSN South Carolina at Missouri 4 p.m. SEC Miami at Syracuse 4 p.m. ACC Penn State at Illinois 5:30 p.m. BIGTEN

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Bay Area TV Sports: What to watch on Tuesday-Wednesday

Police working to find suspect who crashed into Evans home overnight

Someone crashed into an Evans home Sunday night, damaging the exterior and interior of the home. A suspect vehicle has not yet been identified. (Evans Fire Protection District via Facebook/For Greeley Tribune) Unlucky Evans residents returned home Monday to find someone had crashed into their home, leaving damages to the exterior and interior of the home. The residents were away from their home Sunday night, when the crash is believed to have occurred. The building, located in the Crescent Cove area, was inspected

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Police working to find suspect who crashed into Evans home overnight

Leonard Fournette Posted A 2-Word Message After The Bucs' Win

TAMPA, FLORIDA - SEPTEMBER 20: Leonard Fournette #28 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers walks off the field after defeating the Carolina Panthers 31-17 at Raymond James Stadium on September 20, 2020 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers took a one-year flier on running back Leonard Fournette before the season, and their investment has been paying off in the playoffs. Through Tampa Bay’s first two postseason games, Fournette has teamed up with Ronald Jones for a potent 1-2

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Leonard Fournette Posted A 2-Word Message After The Bucs' Win

California urges stop to 300K vaccines after some fall ill

Skip to content by: ROBERT JABLON, Associated Press Posted: Updated: FILE – In this Jan. 9, 2021, file photo, vials of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are placed next to a loaded syringe in Throop, Pa. On Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021, California’s state epidemiologist Dr. Erica S. Pan recommended providers stop using lot 41L20A of the Moderna vaccine pending completion of an investigation by state officials, Moderna, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and the federal Food and Drug Administration, because some

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California urges stop to 300K vaccines after some fall ill

Vaccines should be available ‘immediately’ to people 65 and older, two L.A. supervisors urge

Dodger Stadium has been turned into a massive COVID-19 vaccination site for healthcare workers, who received their shots on Friday. Amid widespread confusion over when and how senior citizens can get the coronavirus vaccine, two Los Angeles County supervisors are urging that people 65 and older be inoculated immediately. “Gov. Gavin Newsom has encouraged all counties to start vaccinating residents 65 and older so that we can protect our residents who are most vulnerable to this virus,” Supervisor Janice

latimes.com ,  33min 0
Vaccines should be available ‘immediately’ to people 65 and older, two L.A. supervisors urge

New York : Loreto Peralta gave Eugenio Derbez paternity lessons, with blows!

New York : Since little Aitana was born six years ago, Eugenio Derbez has done everything in his power to spend quality time with him and not make some of the mistakes he made with his other three children and although it is seen that he has succeeded, he reveals that before his arrival he received several tips from Loreto Peralta. The comedian shared a video on his Facebook account in which he is seen talking to the protagonist of his movie “No Returns Accepted” and she points out several important points

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New York : Loreto Peralta gave Eugenio Derbez paternity lessons, with blows!

Gov. Cuomo seeks to buy COVID-19 vaccines for New Yorkers directly from Pfizer

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is looking to buy COVID-19 vaccines for New Yorkers directly from Rockland-based Pfizer - instead of waiting for doses from the federal government. This would be a first-of-its-kind transaction. The governor sent a letter to the CEO of Pfizer saying, "Because you are not bound by commitments that Moderna made as part of Operation Warp Speed, I am requesting that the State of New York be permitted to directly purchase doses from you. The distribution of any doses obtained directly from Pfizer

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Gov. Cuomo seeks to buy COVID-19 vaccines for New Yorkers directly from Pfizer

Riley junior paints mural to honor librarian

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) - A Riley High School junior was very busy over the holidays, painting a special mural in the Marshall Traditional School library. Blake Allison, who attended the elementary school when it was Hamilton, wanted to make something special for his former librarian, Mrs. Staton. I spoke to Blake’s mom Julie today, who said Mrs. Staton truly fostered his love of reading so he was excited to fulfill her dream of a mural on the wall! Blake took the concept that Mrs. Staton found and added some

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Riley junior paints mural to honor librarian

North Carolina Executive Mansion will be lit in honor of lives lost to COVID-19 on Tuesday

Governor Cooper as invited all North Carolinians to join in this memorial by lighting buildings and ringing bells at churches and houses of worship. North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper speaks during a briefing on North Carolina's coronavirus pandemic response Thursday, Nov. 5, 2020 at the NC Emergency Operations Center in Raleigh. (Travis Long/The News & Observer via AP) RALEIGH, N.C. — Governor Roy Cooper announced Monday that the North Carolina Executive Mansion will be illuminated on Jan. 19 at 5:30 p.m. in

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North Carolina Executive Mansion will be lit in honor of lives lost to COVID-19 on Tuesday

Melania Trump breaks US tradition in snub to Jill Biden as she denies White House tour

MELANIA TRUMP has broken US tradition in a snub to Jill Biden as the outgoing First Lady did not invite her for a tour of the White House. Melania Trump, 50, has not reached out to incoming First Lady Jill Biden to give her a tour of the family residence. The tradition of giving a tour dates back to 1953 when Bess Truman gave Mamie Eisenhower a tour. The move has appeared as a snub to the Democratic family who are moving in. CNN's Kate Andersen revealed: "Melania Trump will become the first modern first lady

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Melania Trump breaks US tradition in snub to Jill Biden as she denies White House tour

Police seek help finding missing and endangered Lowell woman in need of daily medication

Police are looking for Komal Saxena, 36, who has been missing since Thursday, Jan. 7. LOWELL, MI -- Police are looking for a missing and endangered woman from the city of Lowell Komal Saxena, 36, has been missing since Thursday, Jan. 7, according to a Lowell Police Department news release. She was last seen driving a silver 2005 Lexus ES330 with a Michigan license plate of EGK2699. Lowell Police Sgt. Scot VanSolkema told MLive Monday, Jan. 18 that Saxena takes daily medication for diabetes. The medication has

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Police seek help finding missing and endangered Lowell woman in need of daily medication

Churches Flouting Pandemic Rules Need A Come-To-Jesus Moment

COVID-19 has been difficult on everyone, and the church and the people of God have certainly experienced the same hardships. I started my current pastorate at the height of the lockdown in April. It was three months before I preached to actual human beings instead of a camera. As 2020 has progressed, and the various restrictions have been strengthened and loosened, churches have not been immune to the challenges those restrictions have brought. Pastoral care and counselling presented new challenges despite heightened

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Churches Flouting Pandemic Rules Need A Come-To-Jesus Moment

Index - Local - Taboo, Speech Police and Political Murder

Skip to content The famous French historian of ideas, Michel Foucault It was first introduced into the system in the early 1970s (A. The order of the speech In his study) how he abbreviated history With words of strength Uncomfortable monetary exchanges. Foucault’s starting point was still scandalous in his day, but today it is almost familiar: the history of the emergence and influence of mainstream intellectual currents cannot be understood without parallel stories to suppress marginal views and

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Index - Local - Taboo, Speech Police and Political Murder

Census Bureau director to resign amid criticism over data

U.S. Census Director Steven Dillingham speaks as he joins Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey as they hold a news conference to urge Arizonans to participate in the nation’s once-a-decade census population count Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020, in Phoenix. Ending the 2020 census at the end of September instead of the end of October, could cost Florida and Montana congressional seats and result in Texas, Florida, Arizona, Georgia, and North Carolina losing $500 million in federal funding for healthcare for its neediest residents.

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Census Bureau director to resign amid criticism over data

Vail Resorts reports slump in skier visits, lift ticket revenue

Vail Resorts, the Colorado-based company that owns ski resorts across the country, reported a slump in skier visits and a decrease in lift ticket revenue due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and local health restrictions. Season-to-date, Vail Resorts said total skier visits are down 16.6% and revenue from lift ticket sales is down 20.9%. Revenue from ski school participation is also down 52.6% season-to-date, and restaurant revenue is down 66%. Vail Resorts includes several ski resorts in Colorado, in addition

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Vail Resorts reports slump in skier visits, lift ticket revenue

Personalized Brain Stimulation Can Relieve Severe Depression, Study Says

The new and groundbreaking method relieved severe depression symptoms in a matter of minutes. Scientists have made a landmark achievement — demonstrating personalized neuromodulation and providing relief to at least one patient suffering from treatment-resistant depression in minutes, according to a new study published in the journal Nature Medicine. While still in a five-year clinical trial, this could revolutionize treatment for the roughly 30% of people with severe depression who may have exhausted all

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Personalized Brain Stimulation Can Relieve Severe Depression, Study Says