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Los Angeles and St. Louis both require vaccinated people to wear masks indoors. New Orleans, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Seattle recommend it.
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The company's US average daily package volume fell by 2.9% during the second quarter.
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Harpic brand reported strong growth in India in the first six months ended 30 June, as the second and more severe wave of covid-19 infections once again led to an uptick in demand for hygiene products
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She will next compete with the gymnastics team final on July 27.
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A complaint filed this week alleges corrosive behavior that seems increasingly endemic to the video game industry.
The Moto G100 offers respectable midrange specs like 5G and a Snapdragon 870 processor. | Image: Motorola Motorola is now selling the Moto G100 in the US, after introducing it earlier this year for Latin American and European markets. It comes with midrange specs like a big 5,000mAh battery, 5G, and a 90Hz screen for a $599 MSRP. From now until August 5th, Motorola is offering a $100 discount off the full retail price. There are two important footnotes on the G100’s US carrier compatibility: it’s a GSM-only phone, so will work on AT&T and T-Mobile but not Verizon, and its 5G connectivity is only compatible with T-Mobile’s 5G network. Outside of that, it appears to be a respectable midrange device, if priced a little on the high end. It uses a Snapdragon 870 processor with 8GB of RAM, sub-6GHz 5G, and a 6.7-inch 1080p display with 90Hz... Continue reading…
MTV India has partnered with Center Fruit – Perfetti Van Melle to announce a talent hunt for a comedy show to be held near Mount Everest Base Camp. The co-branded series will be hosted by Cyrus Broacha and the episodes will go on air on television later this year
"I don't think he's smart enough," former President Donald Trump said of the Republican leader, according to a new book.
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Mila Kunis was not over the moon with her husband’s plan to fly to space.In an interview published earlier this week, Ashton Kutcher told website Cheddar News that he’d bought a ticket for billionaire Richard Branson’s next Virgin Galactic flight and was all set to rocket into space — until his wife talked him out of it, that is.“When I got married and had kids, my wife basically encouraged that it was not a smart family decision to be heading into space when we have young children,” Ashton explained.“So I ended up selling my ticket back to Virgin Galactic.”Asthon became the 500th person to buy a Virgin Galactic space flight ticket back in March 2012, three years before he and miLA got married.Richard Branson – who owns the space travel company – and five of his employees hurtled into space from New Mexico on Sunday.The 70-year-old is the first person to blast off in his own spaceship, beating fellow billionaire Jeff Bezos and his company Blue Origin by nine days, the Associated Press reported.Branson and the other passengers reached an altitude of about 53 miles over the New Mexico desert, allowing them to see the curvature of Earth and experience a few minutes of weightlessness before heading back down. Virgin Galactic plans to do one more test flight before it begins flying paying customers, CNN reported. The company already has more than 600 potential space tourists with reservations, per AP.Tickets initially cost $250,000 (around £182,000) each, but when the company reopens ticket sales soon, they’ll be even pricier.“I was supposed to be on the next flight, but I will not be on the next flight,” Ashton told Cheddar.Although Mika shut down her husband’s current dream (perhaps because she saw this bit on Late Night with Seth Meyers), he is still not giving up.“At some point, I’m going to space,” he insisted.READ MORE:David Beckham Shows Off New Hair Transformation On Instagram, And It's A Total ThrowbackMark Wahlberg Gets Real About Struggles To Gain Weight For New Film Role: 'It Was Not Fun'Naomi Campbell Shares New Photo Of Her Baby Girl As She Pays Tribute To Gianni Versace
Pilot says he developed app on his own time with $100k of his own money.
The future of Ghibli's animation collection looks bright after raising more than $90k just days before the Tokyo Olympics.
With the upcoming iOS 15, you get the flexibility to hide, reorder, or completely delete you home screen page. We show you all the moves.
The firm puts resources into several different areas to grow the overall ecosystem.
Hospitality firm hopes to offset the impact of the pandemic with the help of its new strategy.New initiatives by IHCL are likely to contribute ₹450-500 crore over the next two-three years
A ban on gasoline- and diesel-powered heavy delivery vehicles is a cornerstone of the scheme to reach net zero carbon emissions.
Shareholder row and differences in top management landing companies in uneasy circumstances is not uncommon
Face coverings will remain mandatory on London’s transport network including the Tube and buses after July 19, Sadiq Khan has announced.The mayor of London has asked TfL to keep the rule in place when the national law is lifted.Boris Johnson has confirmed most of the remaining lockdown rules, including the face covering law, in England will end on Monday.While it will no longer be a legal requirement, the government has said people will still “expected” to wear masks in indoor enclosed spaces.But Khan said the prime minister’s decision had “put Londoners, and our city’s recovery, at risk”.“I’ve repeatedly made clear that the simplest and safest option would have been for the government to retain the national requirement for face coverings on public transport,” he said.“This is why, after careful consideration, I have decided to ask TfL to retain the requirement for passengers to wear a face covering on all TfL services when the national regulations change.Khan added: “By keeping face masks mandatory we will give Londoners and visitors the reassurance and confidence to make the most of what our city has to offer, while also protecting our heroic transport workers and those who may be vulnerable and rely on the network to get around our city.”The mayor’s request means masks would remain mandatory on the Tube, buses, trams, the DLR, the Overground and TfL Rail services.The government’s decision to scrap the face mask law has been criticised by Labour as well as many scientists. Keir Starmer, the Labour leader, has said the mask law should remain in place.Graham Medley, the chairman of the Sage modelling subgroup Spi-M, told the BBC on Tuesday mask-wearing is only effective “if everybody does it”.“I understand the government’s reluctance to actually mandate it. On the other hand, if it’s not mandated it probably won’t do any good,” he said.In its most recent advice to ministers, published on Monday, Sage experts said a “very rapid” return by people to pre-pandemic behaviour would put the NHS under pressure.“Maintaining interventions such as more people working from home, the use of masks in crowded indoor spaces, and increasing ventilation, would contribute to transmission reduction and therefore reduce the number of hospitalisations,” the scientists said.In Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon has announced she will go ahead with plans to further ease coronavirus restrictions next week.But she said face masks will likely remain for “some time to come”, as she claimed lifting all restrictions right now “would put all of us at greater risk”Related...Boris Johnson Wins Crunch Vote On Overseas Aid Cuts Despite Tory RebellionFace Mask Advice 'Won’t Do Any Good' Unless It's The Law, Says Sage Scientist
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