As Connecticut continues to expand COVID 19 vaccinations to more residents, teachers are pushing for school staff to be at the front of the line, saying that vaccinating educators is a crucial step toward keeping schools open and safe. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention places a priority not on vaccination, but on existing strategies such as masking, hand washing and social distancing. The guidance does advise that officials should “consider giving high priority to teachers in early phases of vaccine distribution.”.
In July 2000, Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar, collaborating with the UN to eradicate heroin production in Afghanistan, declared that growing poppies was un Islamic, resulting in one of the world most successful anti drug campaigns. The Taliban enforced a ban on poppy farming via threats, forced eradication, and public punishment of transgressors. The result was a 99% reduction in the area of opium poppy farming in Taliban controlled areas, roughly three quarters of the world supply of heroin at the time.
Health experts recommend for people who have recovered from the virus to still get vaccinated. While those who have had it may receive some protection from reinfection, it’s unclear how long and how effective that natural immunity is, the Mayo Clinic said. As for how long to wait after getting better, the Mayo Clinic says, “if you’ve had COVID 19, you might delay vaccination until 90 days after your diagnosis.
Speaking of which, how does he manage to invest in the worst economies imaginable like Italy and Portugal??? At least Zimbabwe didn make the cut. I hard pressed to think of a bigger putz than this guy, and his garbage returns are validation of that. He a model to every horrible investor that you too might be able to raise a few bucks in spite of your idiocy..
New cars entering the market today will have a long road life and the vast majority of those vehicles run on gasoline or diesel, he said. Improved fuel efficiency means new gasoline powered vehicles will require less fuel than in the past, DeRosiers said, but “the oilpatch has got quite a long road in front of it still.” “At some point, energy demand related to carbon based fuels is going to collapse.” “But I think it probably a good 20 to 30 years out, possibly even more.” Richard Masson, an executive fellow at the University of Calgary School of Public Policy, said the oilpatch has to pay attention but doesn expect a precipitous drop in demand for Alberta crude. Looking out over the next two decades, Masson said oil markets will need more crude to replace anticipated production declines elsewhere.