The incident went down on Tuesday when the former New York mayor and current attorney to President Donald Trump, was lured to the posh Mark Hotel under the impression he was there for an interview about the administration;s response to COVID 19.After arriving in a room professionally outfitted with lights and cameras, a few questions were lodged at the 76 year old before being abruptly interrupted.
social facebook social mail CEPR Research Assistant Brett Heinz published the following article at Current Affairs:The nationwide protests against police brutality sparked by the killing of George Floyd have reignited debates over US policing. But the state response to the protests has also raised the question of where exactly domestic law enforcement stops and starts. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP), an organization that describes its mission as safeguard ing America s borders, has stated that it is deploying its officers around the country to help contain the protests. They are among officials from a wide variety of agencies serving as police on the streets of Washington, DC right now, many of whom have no identifying insignia at all. Though the CBP s mandate is to police borders, it has the authority to conduct operations anywhere within 100 miles of a US border, an area encompassing about two thirds of the American population. But even that can t explain why the CBP recently flew a MQ 9 Reaper drone, designed for military use, to spy on Minneapolis, a city 250 miles from the nearest border.
Praising the Centre for its handling of the pandemic which has claimed over 551,046 lives all over the world and 131,884 in America alone, Johnny Pierce said the US government is not taking care like the Indian government. "I want to stay here. I'm making a petition to allow me to stay for another 180 days in Kerala and get a business visa to start a travel company here. I wish my family could also come here. I am very impressed with what ''s happening here," Pierce told ANI saying that people in the US don''t care about COVID 19.
During his video briefing report Thursday, Guterres said COVID 19''s impact on countries in Latin America and the Caribbean is expected to result in the deepest recession in living memory.Guterres said in the short term response governments should consider providing people living in poverty with emergency basic incomes and anti hunger grants.
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The court said that when pregnant women go for deliveries they cannot wait five to six days for carrying out the tests and declaration of the results. ;Immediately requests should be accepted and immediately results should be given,; the bench said.The Delhi government told the court that as per the advisory issued by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), the tests results would be declared within an hour. The advisory was however silent on the timeline regarding processing of requests for testing, the Delhi government said, adding that it has issued a notification which states all applications for tests would be processed within 48 hours.The bench asked the Delhi government to place the advisory and notification before it and listed the matter for hearing on Thursday, July 9. The court also asked it whether negative outcome of a rapid test was acceptable or whether an RT PCR test result also be required before admitting a pregnant woman.The Delhi government counsel sought time to take instructions on the query raised by the bench. The court was hearing a PIL by a lawyer who has sought that test results of pregnant women be given priority.The high court on June 22 had remarked that 5 7 days cannot be taken for getting COVID 19 results for pregnant women prior to admitting them in hospitals for child birth and asked the ICMR and Delhi government to look at expediting it.Thereafter, Delhi government filed an affidavit stating that prior COVID 19 test was not mandatory for admitting pregnant women in hospitals for in patient interventions, including surgery and deliveries, and in emergent situations, treatment would not be denied for want of test results.The test can be conducted simultaneously with the treatment and if the result comes out to be positive, the pregnant woman would ideally be transferred to a dedicated COVID 19 hospital for further management, the Delhi government had told the high court.It had also said that it has "expanded " the use of Rapid Antigen Testing at hospitals to ensure availability of test results in quick time and this will further take care of difficulties being faced by people patients, including pregnant women.ICMR, in its response filed through central government standing counsel Vivek Goyal, had said it has issued guidelines for management of pregnant women during the COVID 19 pandemic and there are no restrictions for testing pregnant women for COVID l9 symptoms.
In response to Asrani #39;s tweet on KRK and blind items, Soni wrote, "What s really bothering me in all this is the fact that the real issue depression and mental illness is now obfuscated by sound and fury. The point being that depression does not need a reason to engulf a person. It comes unbidden to the successful, the rich as much as anyone else. Think Robin Williams Kate Spade Anthony Bourdain and countless others. When you talk around the main issue you do a great disservice to all those who may be also suffering and think it s due to external circumstances when in fact it s due to an internal one that the person suffering cannot control."
Today, India has around 3.09 lakh COVID 19 cases. From these, 1.54 lakh have recovered and about 8,000 have died due to this illness. The low number of deaths is seen as relief by many. But there is an apprehension on the way states are reporting death. According to a report, the centre s rapid response team for COVID 19 last month suggested states to conduct COVID 19 death audits. But the states continue to follow their own ways of reporting death data.India s death per million population is 6 whereas in countries like the United States, Brazil and Russia is 353, 197 and 46 respectively. In the case of tests per million, India (3,993 tests per million) stands in par with Pakistan (3,802 tests per million) and Mexico (3,055).
In response Melbourne s St Kilda Film Festival turned annual event went ahead in a different, digital format attracting tens of thousands of viewers in mid June.This year the Festival featured films starring Brett Climo, Gary Foley, Diana Glenn, Victoria Haralabidou, Damon Herriman, Claudia Karvan, Sean Keenan, Jeremy Lindsay Taylor, Socratis Otto, Aaron Pedersen, and Gary Sweet plus Chinese Australian dancer Chengwu Guo, Red Symons, Larry Emdur, and live streamed chat with Hollywood director Phillip Noyce.
X Men star Cumming, 55, who was also born locally in Aberfedly, gave David Anderson control of his Twitter and Instagram account for the Pass The Mic effort.The promotion is being led by anti poverty group the ONE Campaign, giving frontline health workers and economic experts a platform to discuss the global response to the coronavirus pandemic
Some educators recoil at this statement, claiming that because they are educators they must remain politically neutral. But Black Lives Matter is not a political statement. It is an affirmation of the humanity of our students and communities. Neutrality on matters of justice serves only the oppressors. Neutrality in the pursuit of justice for Black Lives betrays the communities we serve.The recent nationwide protests in response to the killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor by police have laid bare the profound societal inequities many Black Americans experience. While educators have been supporters of peaceful protests and advocates for change in police practices, as calls go out demanding we reform how law enforcement treats Black Americans, particularly young Black males, we must question what s happening to Black children in our schools and move beyond protest to action.
Every day, we receive messages asking us to boycott Chinese products. Some of these messages are purely emotional, while some also give lists of Chinese brands though a few of them mistakenly include Taiwanese brands like HTC and Asus.While patriotic fervour is great, we need to be rational and intelligent in our response. My family has not consciously bought a Chinese product for years, but we are fully aware that much of what is inside a product or even the product itself may be made in China, regardless of brand nationality. As consumers, we can do little about that, and in many cases, even the company can t even if it wanted to, at least right now, given the truths of competitive business and global supply chains. So let s be real.
By ANASTASIA GORELOVA St. Louis Post DispatchST. LOUIS (AP) Veterinary researchers at Mizzou have had such success with a new immunotherapy approach for bone cancer treatment in dogs, the results have now helped secure FDA approval to test the method on human brain cancer patients.In collaboration with the biotech company ELIAS Animal Health, scientists treated 14 dogs with a personalized vaccine made from each dog;s cancer cells, according to the St. Louis Post Dispatch. They then boosted the animal;s immune response by removing the dog;s own white blood cells, growing them in a lab, and then reinjecting them into the dog to attack the tumors. Early results suggest the treatment allows dogs to live longer than standard care. "It ''s very clear that the approach caused an immune response that extended these dogs ' lives substantially, " said principal investigator Jeffrey Bryan, a professor at the University of Missouri ''s College of Veterinary Medicine.Osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer treated by the scientists, is the most common type of bone cancer in dogs. Dr. Rhonda Feinmehl, an expert in veterinary oncology at the Veterinary Specialty Center in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, said it makes up 85% of bone tumor cases.In large dogs, the tumor often appears in the limbs and grows rapidly and aggressively. Not only does the local bone cancer limit the dog ''s ability to move, but it also quickly spreads to other parts of the body. "By the time we diagnose osteosarcoma, it is often already microscopically spread, " Feinmehl said.
The ventilators arrived in Karachi on Thursday and they will be provided to hospitals across the country.The donation delivers on President Donald Trump s offer of critically needed supplies and supports Pakistan s urgent response to the pandemic, a press release of the US Embassy said on Friday.
NEW DELHI: US President Donald Trump on Saturday thanked prime minister Narendra Modi for his greetings on America s 244th Independence Day saying America loves India " Thank you my friend. America loves India " Trump said in a Twitter post which was in response to Modi s message earlier in the evening.
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"This donation delivers on President Donald Trump''s generous offer of these critically needed supplies and supports Pakistan''s urgent response to the pandemic," the U.S. Embassy said in a statement Friday.The national tally of confirmed coronavirus cases in Pakistan, a country of 220 million people, has surpassed 222,000, with nearly 4,600 patients dying since officials detected the outbreak four months ago.
The Shanghai International Film Festival is expected to take place in person in late July, several reputable Chinese media outlets have reported.The festival, China #39;s oldest and most prestigious international cinema event, typically is held in mid June, but it was indefinitely postponed this year in response to the pandemic.
Progressive activist Mitchell Stollberg died at the age of 66, following a struggle with cancer and other health issues. Born in the Bronx in 1954, Stollberg became an activist, like so many gay men, in response to the AIDS epidemic of the 80s and 90s. His involvement in LGBT activism and progressive politics only intensified after he moved to South Florida. In his last decade Stollberg served in many political committees and activist groups and was an unsuccessful candidate for Oakland Park City Commissioner in 2016.