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Top adviser steps aside from FDA COVID-19 vaccine reviews over potential conflict

Sept 23 (Reuters) - A physician who heads the influential U.S. Food and Drug Administration vaccine advisory committee recused herself from the panel's review of COVID-19 vaccines because of her role overseeing a clinical trial for Moderna Inc's candidate, her spokeswoman told Reuters.
 

Flex : appoints Mike Hurlston to Board of Directors

San Jose, CA, September 21, 2020 - Flex (NASDAQ: FLEX) today announced that Michael Hurlston, a seasoned executive and board member, has joined the Company's Board of Directors effective September 15, 2020. Mr. Hurlston has also been named as a member of the Company's Audit Committee.

Leaders Pledge to Put Climate Change ‘Front and Centre' of Post-COVID Recovery

Amanda Russo, Public Engagement, World Economic Forum, +41 79 392 6898, arus@weforum.org. UK government will use its presidencies of COP26 and the G7 to champion an inclusive, climate-focused recovery from COVID-19IKEA CEO calls the effort to curb carbon emissions over the next 10 years 'the most....

Tonight: Sherman Oaks CD4 Forum With David Ryu And Nithya Raman

SHERMAN OAKS, CA — Ahead of the 2020 election, the Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council will host a forum between Nithya Raman and incumbent David Ryu, the candidates for Council District 4. Both candidates will touch on relevant issues in the community and share how they plan to address them.

Orange County doctor pulls out gun during anti-mask video, Hoag hospital rebukes him

For the past few months, Newport Beach physician Jeff Barke – whose Orange County ties stretch from school boards to the Board of Supervisors – has captured the spotlight with his outspoken views on coronavirus precautions. Sporting a white lab coat or blue scrubs, the Rossmoor resident has led....

Newmarket hospital lays off 97 registered nurses due to 'a significant financial challenge'

Ontario’s official opposition party says it doesn’t understand how nearly 100 front-line workers at a Greater Toronto Area hospital have been laid off in the middle of a pandemic. On Tuesday, Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket, Ont. confirmed it will be laying off 97 registered nurses as a result of “a significant financial challenge.

Ontario to move standardized testing online, will pilot some testing this year

A grade six class room is shown at Hunter's Glen Junior Public School which is part of the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) during the COVID-19 pandemic in Scarborough, Ont., on Monday, September 14, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette. TORONTO - Ontario says it intends to move its annual....

Career change? Cybersecurity companies are hiring.

If you’re thinking career change or career shift, there’s a field that has an estimated 4 million jobs open. Cybersecurity. According to survey and research data from the International Cybersecurity Organization (ICS)2, there’s a cybersecurity workforce gap—a terrifically high volume of jobs left unfilled.

Why does Germany make so little room for working moms?

It was about six years ago, after the birth of her second child, that Felicitas Sochor quietly began to worry about being called a Rabenmutter. Ms. Sochor had long dreamed of starting a cafe. But even if she could balance the work commitment that would require with the needs of her two young....

Wyoming governor: Let states, not courts, help species

Gordon is the third consecutive Wyoming governor to testify in support of changing the Endangered Species Act to give states a bigger role in overseeing species such as the Yellowstone region's wolves and grizzly bears. The post Wyoming governor: Let states, not courts, help species appeared first on Oil City News.

A closer look at voting laws in every state

Voter ID law: photo ID requested. State mail-in voting status: temporarily allowing vote-by-mail options due to the COVID-19 crisis. Early voting policy: early voting is not permitted. Felony voting law: felons with certain convictions are permanently disenfranchised. Voting registration deadlines: In-person registration: Oct.

Too much candy: Man dies from eating bags of black licorice

A Massachusetts construction worker’s love of black licorice wound up costing him his life. Eating a bag and a half every day for a few weeks threw his nutrients out of whack and caused the 54-year-old man’s heart to stop, doctors reported Wednesday. “Even a small amount of licorice you eat can increase your blood pressure a little bit,” said Dr.

UK PM Johnson calls on leaders to build back greener after coronavirus

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will call on other leaders on Thursday to “build back better” after the coronavirus crisis and commit to net zero emission targets. Addressing the United Nations’ climate action round-table, Johnson will say via videolink that the summit also....

Oil-trading bribery probe widens with new U.S. charges, guilty pleas

Authorities in the United States and Brazil are investigating improper payments to officials at Petrobras, Brazil’s state-run oil company, as part of Brazil’s far-reaching corruption probe, known as Car Wash. The latest U.S. court filings shed new light on the role of energy traders in a scheme that....

Canada will spend big to combat coronavirus, saying now is not the time for austerity

The administration of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, which has already unveiled hundreds of billions of dollars in aid for people and businesses, promised a plan to recover more than a million jobs lost during the crisis. The government made the commitments in the so-called Speech from the Throne,....

Exclusive: Top adviser steps aside from FDA COVID-19 vaccine reviews over potential conflict

Hana El Sahly, associate professor of virology and microbiology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, last year became chairwoman of the FDA’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee - the panel of outside experts that will make recommendations on whether coronavirus vaccines should be approved.

German foreign, economy ministers in quarantine after coronavirus contacts

FILE PHOTO: German Minister of Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas speaks to media during the foreign affairs ministers council in Brussels, Belgium September 21, 2020. Olivier Hoslet/Pool via REUTERS. BERLIN (Reuters) - German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier became the country’s second cabinet member to....

IMF official warns coronavirus will weigh on some economies for years

By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The coronavirus crisis is lasting longer than expected and it will take some countries years to return to growth, the No. 2 official at the International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday. The Fund has provided some $90 billion in total financing to 79....

Fed policymakers vow to keep interest rates near zero, call for more fiscal help

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hoping to convince investors they will keep monetary policy super easy for years, two Federal Reserve officials on Wednesday explicitly pledged no rate hikes until inflation gets to 2% and stays there. The Fed’s governing board made that vow last week at its regularly....

Fund to cut emissions in developing world cities launched

LONDON (Reuters) - A new multilateral finance fund was launched on Wednesday that aims to cut carbon emissions and improve conditions in developing-world cities. Implemented by the World Bank and the European Union’s lending arm, the European Investment Bank, the City Climate Finance Gap Fund aims to unlock at least 4 billion euros ($4.

Ivory Coast to free opposition leader's allies in pre-vote peace gesture, spokesman says

ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Seeking to calm tensions in Ivory Coast ahead of a presidential election, the authorities plan to release associates of opposition leader Guillaume Soro who have been held in detention for months, a government spokesman said on Wednesday.

Mexican financial authorities relax banking rules to help economy

By Sharay Angulo MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico’s finance ministry and banking regulator extended tools to allow banks and financial intermediaries to restructure loans and other credits to clients, senior officials said Wednesday, in the government’s latest push to help an ailing economy.

Trump’s Homeland Security pick denies intelligence meddling

President Trump’s nominee to lead the Department of Homeland Security denied allegations Wednesday that he molded intelligence reports to suit the administration, telling a Senate committee that a recent whistleblower’s report is “patently false.” Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary....

LAFC scores four goals in slump-snapping win over Portland

Name off the search social gathering and take the staff emblem off the facet of these milk cartons. LAFC, misplaced for many of the final two months, could have been discovered. As a result of in the event you squinted actually exhausting, the staff appeared considerably like its outdated self for a....

Instagram is testing out adding tabs dedicated to Reels and Shopping

Instagram is looking at making changes to its home screen by adding dedicated tabs to its navigation bar for its Reels and Shopping features. The platform is testing out three different layouts with users, Instagram head Adam Mosseri The redesign would promote some of Instragram’s most-touted....

Government fails to answer if casual sex is illegal under new coronavirus rules

We asked the Government what they meant by ‘early stages’ of a relationship (Picture: Getty Images) A question mark hangs over whether hook-ups with members of other households are legal under new Covid-19 guidance for England. Last week the Government reversed a decision made in June making it....

Newmarket hospital lays off 97 registered nurses due to ‘a significant financial challenge’

Katherine DeClerq , CP24.com. Published Wednesday, September 23, 2020 4:53PM EDT Last Updated Wednesday, September 23, 2020 5:14PM EDT Ontario’s official opposition party says it doesn’t understand how nearly 100 front-line workers at a Greater Toronto Area hospital have been laid off in the middle of a pandemic.

TikTok requests injunction against US app store ban

TikTok has asked a federal judge to prevent the Trump administration from blocking downloads of the video-sharing app starting on Sunday, as its parent company ByteDance nears a deadline for resolving the app’s future in the US. The company’s plea for a preliminary injunction, filed in district....

Mexican financial authorities relax banking rules to help economy

By Sharay Angulo MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico’s finance ministry and banking regulator extended tools to allow banks and financial intermediaries to restructure loans and other credits to clients, senior officials said Wednesday, in the government’s latest push to help an ailing economy.

IMF official warns coronavirus will weigh on some economies for years

By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The coronavirus crisis is lasting longer than expected and it will take some countries years to return to growth, the No. 2 official at the International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday. The Fund has provided some $90 billion in total financing to 79....

Exclusive: Top adviser steps aside from FDA COVID-19 vaccine reviews over potential conflict

Hana El Sahly, associate professor of virology and microbiology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, last year became chairwoman of the FDA’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee - the panel of outside experts that will make recommendations on whether coronavirus vaccines should be approved.
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