Vaccinations have not caused a COVID-19 surge in Cambodia

Claiming: Cambodia did not have a COVID-19 outbreak until vaccines arrived Opponents of vaccination are looking to Cambodia to falsely claim that vaccines could actually make COVID-19 more dangerous. “Cambodia is one of the most vaccinated countries in the world: 81.3% of the population have received at least one dose …

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Unpacking food waste | Vermont business magazine

Kate Porterfield, a University of Vermont graduate, tests unpackaged food waste for microplastic contamination. Her Casella-funded research examines the sustainable use of this waste to produce biogas and improve resource recycling in Vermont. (Photos: Sarah Hobson, Kate Porterfield) UVM researchers are working with Casella to uncover the suitability of packaged …

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Tarin sees economic growth of 5 percent in FY22

ISLAMABAD: Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin said Thursday that due to positive developments in key economic sectors, including revenue collection, remittances and exports, the continuity of gross domestic product (GDP) dynamics has been maintained, which would likely be close to 5 percent in the current fiscal year (2021- 22). At a …

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