Powell is approaching a recall in Stimulus: Eco Week

(Bloomberg) – Sign up for the New Economy Daily Newsletter, follow us @economics and subscribe to our podcast. US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell faces a communications challenge in the coming week as he attempts to cut incentives while trying to stave off speculation that such a shift predicts future …

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Nature reserves – Buraimi people want rich biodiversity

Buraimi – Buraimi Governorate is home to various natural areas with a rich biodiversity, but there are still no official nature reserves. The governorate’s environmental department is working to change this by studying and assessing several areas to propose them as nature reserves. Eng Nasser bin Hamoud al Yaqoubi, Director …

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COVID-19 Immunization Rates Are Rising In Eddy County

New Mexico Department of Health (DOH) officials hoped the rate of vaccinated residents in Eddy County would exceed 50 percent by October. On Friday morning, DOH said 46 percent of Eddy County’s residents had received a full COVID-19 vaccination and 56 percent had received at least one dose. New Mexico …

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Does the FAFSA cover summer school?

FAFSA assistance is not only applicable to the fall and spring semesters; you can also use it for summer. There is an annual maximum that you can take out in federal loans, which includes the summer semester. If you are able, taking a part-time job or a paid internship can …

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MLB requires COVID vaccinations for non-player team staff to gain access to the field in the off-season

Major League Baseball requires that non-player team members, including managers and coaching staff, be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to gain access to the pitch and other restricted areas this postseason, reports Ken Rosenthal of Athletic (Twitter Left). Currently unvaccinated employees must receive their first dose of the Moderna vaccine …

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