Month: December 2021

World News

USPS Workers Express Concern Over COVID Cases in Chicago Post Offices

Staff at a Chicago post office are expressing concern about COVID cases in various locations, saying they are concerned that the disease could disrupt mail delivery and make workers come sick. Mack Julian, who represents more than 3,500 mail carriers in the city, says two employees have died of COVID in the past two months. […]

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Vancouver extends operating days for emergency warming centres into new year during freezing weather

The city of Vancouver announced today (December 28) that it is expanding the open days of its tropical climate in the new year, until January 2, 2022, for those sleeping outside. Some new locations have been launched to increase capacity. Those who wish to enter the house to be warmed up are also welcome. Many […]

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Gadget

Sonic The Hedgehog – Green Hill Zone LEGO Set Coming Soon

One of the great features of the video game, Sonic the Hedgehog was first released in 1991 from Sega. Sonic and a video game franchise that continues to flourish to this day and to the point of making films. Now, LEGO is starting Sonic‘s fight. LEGO brings us Sonic the Hedgehog – Green Hill Zone […]

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Gadget

New infinite PE cheat for Fortnite Chapter 3 season 1 with which you will level up very quickly

A new secret button has been found in one of the Fortnite chapter 3 operating systems that will allow you to raise your battle rate faster. Since Chapter 3 of Fortnite, many tricks have been found to be able to learn more quickly, especially with the design process, where through various secret buttons some kind […]

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Business

Bloomberg hires Hudson to cover distressed debt

Erin Hudson Bloomberg News has hired The Real Deal reporter Erin Hudson repayment of troubled debt. It will start on January 3. Hudson has been with The Real Deal since September 2018 and has been a major journalist since July 2021. He previously worked for Architectural Record as an assistant editor. Hudson holds a bachelor’s […]

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Gadget

PJ Masks: Heroes of the Night Review

As a father of two children under the age of seven, I have had a mix of PJ Masks and PAW Patrol. It should not be so difficult: one has children and the other has dogs. But there is something about the themes of the songs, the original genres, the pantomime singers, the boys’ emphasis […]

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World News

More Leafs return from COVID-19 list: ‘It felt like an eternity’

The Maple Leafs was seen as a whole team Tuesday, receiving 1 player Jack Campbell and several other players from the COVID-19 protocol. But the return journey is still a way of feeling sorry for yourself. For defender Travis Dermott and player Alex Kerfoot, recovery from the virus has become a mental and physical problem. […]

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Australian trucking industry has the blues

The Australian Trucking Association is lighting its headlights to warn of worsening conditions with Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) equipment nationwide. DEF, better known by the original name AdBlue, is used in ignition in many automotive, tractor and harvester engines to meet the most recent regulations and to reduce the risk of nitrous oxide emissions from […]

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Gadget

How to light a campfire with frozen feet in Fortnite Chapter 3 very easily

A new secret button has been found in one of the Fortnite chapter 3 operating systems that will allow you to raise your battle rate faster. Since Chapter 3 of Fortnite, many tricks have been found to be able to learn more quickly, especially with the design process, where through various secret buttons some kind […]

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Got a cold? Get a COVID-19 test. University of Chicago expert explains the do’s and don’ts of testing during omicron.

Alexa Ruiz, 10, is burned by health worker Jessica Gonzalez at Epsperanza Health Centers’ drive-thru COVID-19 test pod on Dec. 20, 2021, Chicago. The Ruiz family was there to be tested as a precautionary measure after meeting a CPS colleague who was found to be HIV positive. (Stacey Wescott / Chicago Tribune) Original Article reposted […]

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