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Month: February 2021

Naomi Osaka denies Serena Williams a shot at record-tying 24th major title at Australian Open

Serena Williams has been denied her opportunity to match Australian Margaret Court’s record of 24 major singles titles after she was beaten by 23-year-old Naomi Osaka at the Australian Open in Melbourne on Thursday. The highly anticipated women’s singles semifinal at Rod Laver Arena had a noticeable buzz from crowds returning to the stands for

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Google Maps ahora te permitirá pagar el estacionamiento y el transporte sin salir de la aplicación

Nueva York (CNN Business) — Google Maps ya puede indicarte qué tren tomar o trazar una ruta de conducción óptima. Ahora, está simplificando aún más los viajes al permitir que los usuarios paguen por el estacionamiento o el transporte público directamente desde sus teléfonos. A partir del miércoles, los usuarios pueden conectar sus cuentas de

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Japan’s ruling party faces sexism backlash as it invites women to look but not talk at key meetings

A week after the Tokyo 2020 Olympics chief resigned in the wake of making sexist comments, another male octogenarian leader in Japan has attracted ire by spouting misogynistic remarks. Toshihiro Nikai, secretary general of the country’s leading Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), on Tuesday proposed that women lawmakers should be able to observe the party’s key

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Lowering Covid-19 cases is the best thing US can do to improve chances that vaccines will continue working, expert says

Lowering Covid-19 cases across the US isn’t only critical to helping prevent another surge fueled by variants — it also makes vaccines more likely to continue working effectively against mutations, one expert says. “The best thing we could possibly do to improve the chances that the vaccine will continue working … is to reduce cases

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AstraZeneca’s vaccine contract with the UK is based on ‘best efforts,’ just like its deal with a frustrated EU

AstraZeneca’s contract to supply the UK with 100 million Covid-19 vaccine doses commits it to making “best reasonable efforts,” the same language used in its deal with the European Union, which critics blamed for the bloc’s faltering inoculation program. The details of the contract are contained in a redacted version published online without fanfare months

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US attorney’s office in Brooklyn and FBI scrutinizing Cuomo administration’s handling of data surrounding Covid nursing home deaths

The US attorney’s office in Brooklyn, along with the FBI, is scrutinizing the handling of some of the data surrounding Covid-19 deaths in long term care facilities in New York, according to a law enforcement official. The inquiry is described as preliminary, according to the source. It was not clear whether authorities were looking at

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El Valle de Coachella ha sufrido pérdidas de hasta $ 10 mil millones durante la Pandemia

El CEO de Coachella Valley Economic Partnership, Joe Wallace, compartió con News Channel 3 su reciente estudio sobre el impacto económico que enfrenta nuestro valle debido a la pandemia de coronavirus. Un nuevo estudio realizado por el director ejecutivo de Coachella Valley Economic Partnership, Joe Wallace, estima miles de millones de dólares en pérdidas financieras

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Now Hiring: Metro K-9 Security Services and Training Academy looking to fill multiple positions

Metro K-9 Security Services & Training Academy offers personal and property security services here in the Coachella Valley. They are looking to bring on new members to their team, including armed and unarmed guards, dispatch operators, and people to work in their kennels. Vice President Roger Ourique said that experience is not necessary, and that

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