Monthly Archives: November 2021

Car hits garage after eight-minute high-speed tour of Endicott

A man from Endicott faces felony charges after allegedly leading police in a savage chase through the streets on the north side of the village. Authorities said the US Marshals Service’s regional task force was trying to arrest James Hanks Jr. on Monday afternoon. A marked Broome County Sheriff’s Office …

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Empagliflozin is beneficial for the health of patients with acute heart failure

Empagliflozin has demonstrated clinical benefit for patients hospitalized with acute heart failure, according to a study presented at the 2021 American Heart Association Scientific Sessions. These benefits included increased survival, a lower risk of readmission to hospital for heart failure, and an overall improvement in quality of life. . “This …

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Amazon executive says Omicron impact on vacation spending uncertain, Retail News, ET Retail

NEW YORK: A senior Amazon.com Inc executive said it was still too early to predict the impact of the Omicron coronavirus variant on consumer spending during the holiday season, but suggested buyers will continue for the moment. “It’s very early in the process of figuring out what’s going on with …

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Thousands protest coronavirus restrictions in Czech capital

PRAGUE – Thousands of people gathered in the Czech capital Prague on Sunday to protest the government’s restrictive measures to tackle a record spate of coronavirus infections. The protesters included members and supporters of a number of fringe parties and political groups who failed to win any parliamentary seats in …

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Iranian travel insiders and Iraqi colleagues sign deals to boost tourism

TEHRAN – Around 20 contracts have been signed between Iranian and Iraqi tour operators and tourism activists in Mashhad, the capital of Khorasan Razavi province, Mehr reported on Sunday. The deals were finalized on the sidelines of a three-day conference last week, which was held to introduce the province’s potential …

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Covid-19: Travel bans are not the solution to stop the new Omicron variant

The discovery of the B.1.1.529 variant of SARS-CoV-2, which the World Health Organization (WHO) has called Omicron, has raised global concern and widespread alarm. The WHO has classified Omicron as a “variant of concern” because it has a wide range of mutations. This suggests that vaccines and treatments might be …

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Toronto rings on vacation with three events | News, Sports, Jobs

Staff Photo HOLIDAY FUN – The organizers of Focus In Toronto’s sixth annual Christmas Art Festival have booked an assortment of crafts and other vendors, which will be offering many unique Christmas decorations and 10 gift choices. a.m. to 5 p.m. on December 11 at Karaffa Primary School (formerly Karaffa …

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Could tourism operators be more profitable by better serving the disability sector?

People with disabilities represent a good proportion of national tourism spending, but how well are we serving this sector of the market? Key points: People with disabilities represent 11% of national tourism spending More travelers would travel if there were better access and products to meet their needs Economic operators …

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Gerald Cohen: An Economist’s Rose, Bud and Thorn – Thanksgiving Edition

Editor’s Note: Gerald Cohen is the Chief Economist of the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise. This article is part of a WRAL TechWire gratitude series published in November 2021. CHAPEL HILL – As an economist, sitting down for Thanksgiving dinner means not only enjoying family, friends, and great food, but …

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