The province has used 54.1 per cent of its available vaccine supply. New Brunswick is reporting 1,366 new vaccinations administered over the past seven days for a total of 18,643 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 23.90 per 1,000.
Recently, they were all officially handed over to AMU’s vice chancellor Zamir Uddin Shah.Azad was once the education minister of India and shared a long association with the Aligarh Muslim University. Said Shah, “Post independence, there were some hostile sentiments against AMU. He had helped to preserve the university’s character.
At Tuesday’s press briefing, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the new White House goal was “to have the majority of schools, so more than 50 percent, open by Day 100 of his presidency.” She defined that as “some teaching in classrooms, so at least one day a week, hopefully it’s more.” This isn’t just walking back a promise; it’s completely erasing one. According to school data aggregator Burbio, we are already well past Psaki’s spring milestone today, and we were before Biden took office. Over 60 percent of school districts are already open with at least a “hybrid” model.
On Wednesday the stock fell as low as $37.24, 50 percent below its peak of $74.73 the day after Christmas, wiping almost $18 billion off Twitter’s market capitalization.(Also see: Twitter shares hit lowest point since debut on weak user data)The downgrades, and the subsequent swoon by the stock, reflect concern about slowing growth in Twitter’s user base and the company’s ability to reverse the trend. Year on year growth in the number of Twitter users has fallen for five straight quarters, and the company said on Tuesday that its 255 million monthly users, on average, appeared to check the service less frequently than a year ago.That in turn has fueled doubts that Twitter could one day attract as many users as Facebook Inc’s 1.2 billion, or match its much larger rival’s power as an advertising vehicle. It’s also raised questions over whether it can sustain growth over the long term.
TS: Yes, we announced our last press release was announcing the repricing of warrants from $1 warrant to 55 cents a warrant. And it is probably best explained in the context that we raised about $8 million in 2020 each raise included a warrant and the warrants were priced at a dollar or in the 5 cent equivalent post roll back a dollar, the that was at a 500% premium to the unit price. So we’re now repricing those to a 55 cent exercise price.