The first is risk interaction. The app identifies those at risk of getting COVID 19 by pinpointing location on a mobile device and then indicating if some are standing too close together and for how long. It assesses whether risk is high, medium or low to the user and sends anonymized regional metrics to the public health officials.
“I confident that we will be able to deliver a vaccine at scale in time” by partnering with other government agencies and the private sector, Esper said.Here are the likely contenders on Biden vice president shortlistDuring the early stages of the campaign, Harris was questioned on whether she was open to being Biden vice president a question she often suggested should be asked of Biden too. Suffice it to say, Harris has been answering questions about her place in a potential Biden administration longer than many other contenders as an early favorite; some have taken to national publications to push their pick to the top of the list. Several top aides and members of Biden camp say Harris who has hosted multiple campaign events and been able to rake in cash is the top pick too, according to recent reporting in Politico.The Daily Beast’Burn It Down.
By of the United Presbyterian Church. (LDT, Mar. 30.). The lounge will serve Tattered flag’s beers and other Pennsylvania beers, as well as a full line of house made cocktails. The distillery’s growing line of spirits spans from whiskey and bourbon to tequila, rum, vodka, moonshine and gin. Tattered Flag also sells a line of canned ready to drink cocktails such as Moscow Mules, Hurricanes and margaritas..
Part one of a two part series. We’re actually launching part one today, part two tomorrow with a buddy of mine named Josiah Schmelzer. So here’s the interesting thing about today’s show. Let’s go kill Jamal,’ Theragene brothers claim alleged victim was the aggressor Copy Link Email Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest LinkedIn TumblrArticle contentTwo brothers accused of beating up a fellow tenant and robbing him of his Colt .45 and AR 15 rifle said it was the alleged victim, Graham Walker, a former RCMP member, who stormed in drunkenly wielding his pistol and threatening to kill before he was disarmed.Walker was at times emotional during his testimony last week as he described being beaten repeatedly on May 11, 2017, allegedly by Jean Paul Theragene and his friends after Walker demanded $150 in overdue rent. He testified he was punched in the eye and temple, kicked and was forced to open a gun safe in his room, where he was held at gunpoint by Federique Theragene and robbed of several licensed firearms and other possessions from his apartment.Article content continuedJean Paul said he had five people over that day he didn’t know their names, and knew one only by his nickname “Kiki” when Walker stormed into his room with a holstered pistol demanding the rent money.”He has his handgun and tells me, ‘Go get my f ing money. You think I’m f ing playing?’ He was a mess,” Theragene said.