Tag Archives: covid pandemic

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden celebrates her birthday in Stockholm

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden looked cheerful today during celebrations to mark her name day. The occasion marked the first full return to celebrations since 2019, after the event was canceled in 2020 and scaled back in 2021 due to the Covid pandemic. According to Swedish tradition, different names are …

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What is SheBelieves Cup? Name, schedule and matches of the women’s soccer tournament featuring the USWNT

Recognized as one of the most prestigious international women’s soccer tournaments in the world, the SheBelieves Cup 2022 is back for its seventh edition with matches played in California and Texas. Each year the four-team tournament has featured a different roster of Women’s National Teams from around the world, and …

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Opening of a new health food store at Edward’s Walk in Maldon

A PASSIONATE entrepreneur has opened her new health food store despite the massive impact of Covid on her business. Business owner Teresa Kristara opened her new health food store, Whole Health Foods, in Maldon on Friday February 4. Teresa has already had success with the Crystal Shack she opened in …

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Interview: Wray Armstrong and Evita Zhang of Armstrong Music & Arts on bridging the cultural divide between China and the West

Cultural exchanges have long served as a counterweight to international tensions. While the COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us of just how poorly nations cooperate, art providers persist in working to increase understanding and collaboration. Armstrong Music & Arts builds cultural bridges between China and the West by touring and managing …

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Fa-la-la-la-La-Jolla: Here is a calendar of local holiday events

This December brings an increase in in-person holiday events as we step out of restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, with parties, concerts and more to rock you through 2022. Here is an overview of the many holiday offers of La Jolla. Events for all ages Hotel La Valencia will …

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Kings of Prussia with Tumbledown Shack @ Globe Hall – 11/12/21

Globe Hall presents Kings of Prussia (Ultimate Phish Tribute) with Tumbledown Shack (Grateful Dead) on Saturday December 11 – Kings of Prussia is Colorado’s most popular new Phish Tribute act. Since the return of live music in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, the kings of Prussia have experienced a …

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Calendar of events: September 25, 2021 | News capsules

TODAY EVENTS – The Brownsville Farmers Market will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Foothill Volunteer Fire Department, 16796 Willow Glen Road, Brownsville. The market will present local products, handicrafts and handicrafts. For more information, visit the @BrownsvilleCaliforniaFarmersMarket Facebook page. – Yuba Sutter Arts & Culture …

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West Side Story’s first official trailer debuts

The first trailer for Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story debuted on Wednesday. The musical, which stars Ansel Elgort as Tony and Rachel Zegler as Maria, is spectacular with roaring dance numbers and a palpable chemistry between the two beautiful lead roles. The film is about two young people associated with …

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Pre-adaptation for cancer patients – gov.scot

A £ 270,000 pilot program offers pre-treatment support. A new pre-treatment support program for cancer patients is launched across Scotland. The project will provide personalized help and advice on exercise, nutrition and mental health, to improve outcomes for those preparing for cancer treatment. Pre-adaptation – rehabilitation before treatment – will …

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Gananoque catches viral dance craze

Content of the article Jerusalema dance has taken the world by storm and now the viral dance challenge has caught on in Gananoque. Content of the article “When I first saw some of the videos on my YouTube, I was just thrilled,” said Dennis O’Connor, president of the Gananoque Art …

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Top 5 courses to take in Thailand for 2021

Looking for some great courses to take in Thailand for 2021? Then you have come to the right place! Thailand is one of the world’s most popular tourist and expat destinations, and it’s easy to see why. It is known for its beautiful beaches, sparkling temples, delicious food, and natural …

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Federal government snatched $ 18 million in fraudulent COVID relief loan applications? Suspects caught for false identity documents

Share this article: Downtown Los Angeles Federal Courthouse. Photo from MyNewsLA.com by John Schreiber. Expanding a case in which four San Fernando Valley residents were indicted last year, four other defendants are accused of participating in a scheme to submit more than 150 fraudulent loan applications that have grossed at …

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How to help and other resources – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Looking for a way to help displaced residents and crews at the scene of a deadly gas explosion in northwest Baltimore? Two people, Joseph Graham, 20, and Lonnie Herriott, 61, were killed and seven others injured. in the explosion along Labyrinth Road in Reisterstown Road and Brookhill …

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DIA Committee Advances Renovation of Federal Reserve and Baptist Convention Buildings at JWB | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record

JWB Real Estate Capital’s request for nearly $ 9 million in forgivable and deferred loans to help fund the redevelopment of two historic structures will be transferred to the board of directors of the Downtown Investment Authority. On January 14, the DIA’s Strategic Implementation Committee voted 4-0 to support $ …

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Small local businesses struggle to get PPP loans

For Marques Jones, the COVID-19 pandemic presented a series of particularly trying challenges. The business he owns – ComForCare Home Care in Henrico – provides care to high-risk elderly people who still live independently in their own homes. So, before the virus arrived, he invested money in protective gear that …

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Virtual Chinese New Year Celebration in Davao City

The traditional Chinese Lunar New Year celebration in the city of Davao, which will take place on February 12, will take place online due to continued restrictions on travel and mass gatherings caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio said on Monday February 1 that the city will forgo …

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Dyumdum: Tales of 12 Eastern Dabawenyos

Taking a break from the Covid-19 pandemic, the provincial government, through the Provincial Tourism Board, officially opened the art exhibition Dyumdum: Tales Of The Twelve Oriental Dabawenyos, which focuses on the promotion of the natural and cultural heritage of Davao Oriental. Dubbed “Dyumdum,” a term derived from the Mandaya language …

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