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Red Cross says Omicron variant shows dangers of vaccine inequality

The Omicron Covid variant has shown the dangers of vaccine inequality, especially in conflict zones, according to the International Committee of the Red Cross. The head of the ICRC crisis management team, Esperanza Martinez, has warned that vaccinating tens of millions of people living in conflict zones and other hard-to-reach …

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Strategy 2022-2023 – Asia-Pacific Regional Cash Working Group – World

1 SUMMARY 1.1 background The Asia-Pacific region is marked by an increased number of climate-related disasters, demonstrating the need for more emphasis on inter-agency preparedness and early action. In this context, alongside global commitments to increase the use of cash and voucher assistance (CVA) and to link with national social …

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Tell Tales 12-2-21 – The Lighthouse

Sorry to hear of Jerry Rusk’s passing. He was a very successful businessman from the Toledo area who moved here I think in the 1990s with his wife Kathy. Jerry was an avid waterfowl hunter and always wanted to live in a swamp. He found a waterfowl hunting swamp south …

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EHS senior donates $ 500 to Glen-Ed Pantry

EDWARDSVILLE – Edwardsville High School senior Sydnee Campbell already has a long list of accomplishments, but added another in September when she became the first Charity Champion. The Charitable Champion is a partnership between Front Office Wealth Strategies and Metro East Sports Podcast. The program gives Madison County school districts …

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Porsche donates 500,000 euros to the German Red Cross

Current press releases Porsche donates 500,000 euros to the German Red Cross Sports car maker supports flood relief efforts in Belgium, the Netherlands and Austria Stuttgart. Porsche AG supports the German Red Cross flood relief efforts with a donation of 500,000 euros. The money is intended for work in areas …

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Building damaged by fire risks conviction

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – A tall, old apartment building on William Street, extensively damaged by a fire early Wednesday morning, is likely to be doomed, city officials said on Wednesday. The fire at 121 William Street has displaced at least seven people from their homes. The building housed eight …

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Exposure to harmless coronaviruses boosts immunity to COVID-19

Strong antibody responses against harmless coronaviruses also partially protect against SARS-CoV-2. Novel coronavirus infections and vaccination lead to strong antibody responses against SARS-CoV-2. Immune responses to other human coronaviruses, most of which only cause harmless colds, also offer some protection against SARS-CoV-2. This cross-immune response is an important piece of …

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Women’s football takes revenge on Queens to advance to regional final

Next game: against Flagler 2/12/2021 | to be determined SALISBURY, NC – Lenoir-Rhyne women’s soccer team scored two goals Kara gavaghan – one in each half – and beat SAC Rival Queens 2-0 in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Sunday afternoon in Catawba. The Bears avenge a …

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“New Japan vs. NOAH” takes place for the third night of Wrestle Kingdom 16 in Yokohama, part of the proceeds go to the Japanese Red Cross

New Japan Pro Wrestling & Pro Wrestling NOAH presented a joint press conference announcing a huge double-promoted charity show on January 8th. The third night of Wrestle Kingdom 16 will be themed “New Japan vs. NOAH” and will take place at Yokohama Arena on January 8, with a portion of …

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Cardinals Care & KMOV Partner for 10th Annual Holiday Giveaway Campaign | Information on the community of Saint-Louis

ST. LOUIS, Missouri, Nov. 16, 2021 (St. Louis Cardinals) – The St. Louis Cardinals and Cardinals Care are partnering with the American Red Cross, KMOV and Delaware North Sportservice for the tenth annual holiday giveaway campaign. Fans can support this collection of gifts for local children of all ages by …

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