9. Death Valley Junction. No trip to California is quite complete without at least seeing the vast desert that is Death Valley. Words like iPod, iPhone, iPad etc should be in this format. “!!!” or “???” would not make any better impact than a single “!” and “?”. This helps in driving traffic to your article.
Did miss some opportunities, Matthews said. Going to continue to fight, no matter what. Up 19, down 19, it doesn matter, we going to fight. An outbreak associated with a shopping mall in Wenzhou, China, may have been fueled by fomite transmission. In January, seven workers who shared an office in a shopping mall became ill when one of their co workers returned from Wuhan. The mall was closed, and public health officials tracked two dozen more sick people, including several women who had shopped at the mall, as well as their friends.
But it’s still a potential risk, and officials warned it could result in new outbreaks if social distancing and other safety rules are not enforced. Some health officials, notably Silicon Valley’s public health officer, have expressed concerns that California is reopening too quickly and the risk of more outbreaks is still too high. County shift, restaurants, barbershops and hair salons will be able to reopen as early as this weekend, provided they can meet the county’s guidelines and safety protocols, officials said..
Yesterday, while taking a hot bath after a long day, wouldn’t you know it, an idea popped up in my head. Laying there, my mind started thinking about my favorite poets from the past, and what I have in common with them. Mostly, I thought about Sylvia Plath, who I believe I may have the most in common with.
MAKING THE CASE Two letters from readers in the May 24 edition regarding the over reaction by the Alberta government and relating it to brown shirts of the Nazis and the Communist China caught my attention. While the comparisons are a bit drastic, the comment lost us at brown shirts. You know what actual Nazis did to the world, right? shows the lack of historical understanding of the Nazis rise to power and how they ended up doing what they did to the world.
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