American coronavirus: Hospitalizations for Covid-19 reach record high, according to HHS data

The previous peak was 142,246 on January 14, 2021. During the Delta variant’s surge over the summer, the number peaked at around 104,000 on September 1. It comes amid an increase in cases fueled by the highly transmissible variant of the Omicron coronavirus. Hospitals are increasingly juggling staffing issues – …

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The biggest climate and weather disasters of 2021 cost US $ 145 billion

By Stacy Morford, The conversation Disasters have continued to occur throughout 2021, from the destruction of Hurricane Ida across Louisiana and the northeast to devastating wildfires in the west and devastating storms, tornadoes and flooding. Nearly half of the United States was in a drought, and extreme temperature spikes disrupted …

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Meeza cards to replace payroll cards for 3.4 million state employees

There are about six million state employees, according to the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS). Meeza is the Egyptian national payment system, which is part of the government’s strategy focused on digital transformation and financial inclusion. Meeza cards are issued in cooperation with the country’s banking system, …

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King Soopers, UFCW negotiations collapse as strike date nears

COLORADO SPRINGS – The UFCW has announced that its strike date is Wednesday, Jan.12 at 5 a.m. and that employees are preparing, saying it has been a long time. “We’re actually one of the lowest paid employees in the state – at least that’s what I’m hearing. And it is …

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State climatologist: Texas experienced hottest December on record, with climate change a contributing factor

AUSTIN (KXAN) – State climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon announced that Texas had its hottest December since at least 1889. The official state record for the previous hottest December was December 1933 at 53.3 degrees and once the data is finalized December 2021 could go into the record books with an average …

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Three Albany Companies Win Business For Good Foundation Grants

ALBANY – A restaurateur, florist and property maintenance owner. Three different jobs, three different paths. All three known for their reputation for giving back, caring for and uplifting others. And all three received significant grants from the Business for Good Foundation on New Years Eve in recognition of their work …

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Larrimer & Larrimer, LLC highlights what sets them apart

Larrimer & Larrimer, LLC is a leading workers’ compensation law firm. In a recent update, the office described what sets them apart. Columbus, Ohio – Larrimer & Larrimer, LLC, in an article on the website, explained in detail what makes them unique. Larrimer & Larrimer, LLC attorneys rank among the …

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Star Navigation launched on Stockhouse to increase investor awareness

Brampton, Ontario – (Newsfile Corp. – January 7, 2022) – Star Navigation Systems Group Ltd. (CSE: SNA) (“Star” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a Customer Service Agreement (“CSA”) with Stockhouse Publishing Ltd. (“Stockhouse”), to help increase market awareness and investor awareness as the …

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Execution appears as messages disappear: the dangers of personal and ephemeral messages | Eversheds Sutherland (United States) LLP

On December 17, 2021, a financial institution agreed to pay the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodities Futures Trading Commission a $ 200 million fine for allowing employees to discuss business on their personal devices without preserving these communications. . The financial institution was accused of failing to maintain …

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JABU secures $ 3.2 million for B2B e-commerce and retail

Namibia-based B2B e-commerce startup JABU raised $ 3.2 million in a funding round, TechCrunch reported on Thursday (January 6th). The funding included investors Quiet Capital, Afore Capital, FJ Labs, Y Combinator, FJ Labs, Kli Capital, Pareto Capital and several limited companies. JABU, which defines itself as a last mile distribution …

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