Organizers Ensure the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics Runs On Time

Kathy Carter, who this week was appointed CEO and organizing committee of the 2028 Los Angeles (LA28) Olympics and Paralympics, ensures that the costs of hosting the quadrennial Games are kept under control. Carter also believes that the event will have a good impact on the city of Los Angeles. …

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Delta variant is now rampant in the world

The World Health Organization (WHO) revealed on Tuesday (21/9) that the spread of COVID-19 caused by the delta variant has now dominated compared to cases caused by other coronavirus variants. “The number of transmissions caused by each of the Alpha, Beta and Gamma variants is less than one percent. The …

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CDC Holds Vote to Determine Who Recipients Third Vaccination

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said they would vote in the early hours of Thursday (23/9) to determine which groups were eligible to receive booster injections or booster from Pfizer-BioNTech. A CDC panel met on Wednesday to discuss who should take precedence over receiving the third …

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Bolivian Cholita Woman Playing Soccer on Mountaintop

The Cholitas Climbers, a group of women climbers from the indigenous Aymara tribe, Bolivia, compete in soccer at an altitude of 5,890 meters on Mount Huayna Potosi near La Paz on Wednesday (16/9). Dressed in traditional attire and blankets, including hiking gear, nine Cholita women climbed one of La Paz’s …

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Brazil’s Health Minister Tests Positive for COVID-19

Brazilian Health Minister Marcelo Queiroga tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday (21/9), hours after he accompanied Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro to the United Nations General Assembly in New York, United States. In a statement issued by Brazil’s government communications office, Queiroga is in good condition and will be quarantined in …

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Recycled Packaging Companies Expect More Popularity

Recycled packaged goods such as stainless steel ice cream containers (stainless steel) and glass soap bottles are likely to be found in supermarkets and restaurants around the world. Loop, a two-year-old company focused on collecting and cleaning reusable containers, has now grown after successful trials in several supermarkets in France …

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