Monthly Archives: December 2021

Ohio has a total of 2 million COVID-19 cases

COLUMBUS, Ohio – On the last day of 2021, Ohio reached a dismal milestone, surpassing more than 2 million total cases of COVID-19. In the past 24 hours, 250 people were hospitalized and 19 people were admitted to the intensive care unit. More than 29,000 Ohioans have died from the …

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Colorado state officials publish statements about the Marshall Fire

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (KKTV) – As thousands of acres continue to burn in Boulder County and many families have no idea whether their homes are up or not, many Colorado officials are posting statements for those affected. The following is a compilation of some of the statements: Democrats in the …

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WNN End of the Year Round Table: Georgina Halford-Hall, Siri Nelson and Paul Milata

* Georgina Halford-Hall on the left. * This will be the last full episode of the year !! We look forward to bringing you new stories and interviews in 2022! Until then, everyone stays safe and sound! In this episode, Jane chats with three whistleblower experts to round off the …

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“Crisis Management Standards” involve painful decisions and ethical decisions for hospital staff

Matthew Wynia, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus for the conversation The Conversation is running a series of reports from clinicians and researchers working on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. You can Find all the stories heree. With the Omicron variant bringing with it a new wave of …

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Discovery Behavioral Health Announces the Appointment of Andrea Piazza as First Director of Virtual Programming

LOS ANGELES, 29 Dec 2021 / PRNewswire / – Discovery Behavioral Health, Inc., a growing nationwide network of evidence-based centers for mental health, drug use and eating disorders treatment, has the appointment of Andrea Piazza as Director of Virtual Programming, reporting to Alexa Baghdassarian, LMFT, VP of Operations. In her …

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YEAR IN REVIEW: Quincy Companies See Leadership Changes | Public schools in Quincy

QUINCY – One year of transition resulted in leadership changes in key Quincy organizations, with another scheduled for schools in early 2022. Quincy Public Schools superintendent Roy Webb said he intended to retire from the district after signing a long-term contract in 2017. He officially announced it in October and …

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Cases of Omicron Variants: Hospitalization in Memphis Manoj Jain

The COVID-19 fall curve for Shelby County is rising at an unprecedented rate. There are 8,400 active COVID-19 cases, not too far from most of all time. The Omicron variant has fully arrived in Shelby County. The evidence is largely free of take-away tests in the long lines at test …

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Top 10 Stories of 2021: Waits Family Reaches Out on Transphobia in Hastings | Messages

publisher’s Note The Hastings Star Gazette is counting down its Top 10 Stories of 2021. From December 27th to January 7th, the HSG will publish one of its top stories from last year every day. After a controversial school council election that year that outed a transgender child on social …

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Youth skills, leadership development a priority

Hajji KOTA KINABALU (December 27): Prime Minister Datuk Seri Panglima Haji Hajiji Haji Noor said the state government’s allocation of RM 95.89 million in the budget for next year will focus on various youth development initiatives, including skills, retraining – and training programs. The focus will be on the marketability …

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China’s Year of Raids: Party First, Business Then | Business and economy

China’s crackdown on private companies in 2021 has cut the market value of some of the country’s largest companies by more than $ 1 trillion. Beijing’s tighter grip on the economy came as officials stressed the importance of prioritizing “quality” growth that benefits the general population over maximizing gross domestic …

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