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NEW YORK (NYTIMES) - In excruciating pain with lesions on her face and scalp, Ms Tracey Fine lay for 13 hours on a gurney in an emergency room hallway. All around her, Covid-19 patients filled the beds of a hospital in Madison, Wisconsin. Her nurse was so harried that she could not remember Ms Fine's condition, and the staff was slow to bring her pain medicine or food. In a small rural hospital in Missouri, Mr Shain Zundel's severe headache turned out to be a brain abscess. His condition would typically have required an operation within a few hours, but he was forced to wait a day while doctors struggled to find a neurosurgeon and a bed - finally, at a hospital 600km away in Iowa. From New Mexico to Minnesota to Florida, hospitals are teeming with record numbers of Covid-19 patients. Staff members at smaller hospitals have had to beg larger medical centres repeatedly to take one more, just one more patient, but many of the bigger hospitals have sharply limited the transfers they will accept, their own halls and wards overflowing. In the spring, the pandemic was concentrated mainly in hard-hit regions like
Dain Leaders releases the 'digital tracking platform for international students based on Blockchain' for...
SEOUL, South Korea, Nov. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Dain Leaders (https://www.dainleaders.com/), a Blockchain edutech specialist of Korea, is planning to release the 'international student matching platform based on Blockchain' that combines the Blockchain with digital tracking technology. The 'international student matching platform based on Blockchain' that secures the confidentiality of online admissions instead of the manual services has been developed for the new market for safe international admissions in the post-COVID era and supports the security of digital applications of students applying for K-Study with the Blockchain technology. It is also noticeable that the credibility of data is ensured for each college to access and view. Telecommunications Technology Association (TTA), a nationally accredited software quality testing certifier, has begun to test the platform to secure the integrity of data on the Blockchain, security and repairability when saving and restoring data and DB, and technology related to the performance and stability of Blockchain. In the process, Hanyang University has promptly provided the data of 2,000 international applicants and the testbed for verifying the technology and cooperated for the development and testing of digital tracking platform for the college admissions officials handling the admissions documents such as transcripts and diplomas. The
Taiwanese lawmakers' battle over allowing the import of American pork and beef products devolved into a literal fistfight Friday on the floor of Parliament in Taipei, but lawmakers threw more than just punches: Pig intestines and other organs were hurled between opposing parties.What are the details?The Hill gave some background, explaining that "President Tsai Ing-wen's administration decided to end a ban on imports of U.S. pork and beef in August," and that "the lifting of the ban, set for January, signals a move toward a bilateral trade agreement with the U.S."The Associated Press reported that the pandemonium ensued in Parliament as Premier Su Tseng-chang of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) attempted to address the chamber on the pork policy, when "opposition party lawmakers from the [Chinese] Nationalist party, also known as the KMT, blocked his attempt to speak by dumping bags of pig organs. Legislators from the ruling Democratic Progressive Party attempted to stop them, resulting in chaos and an exchange of punches."The outlet noted that while the amount of U.S. pork expected to be imported would only account for a small amount of the nation's consumption, citizens and political factions opposed to lifting the ban have protested fiercely
TORONTO, Nov. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- iLOOKABOUT Corp. (TSXV:ILA) (“ILA” or “the Company”) today announced that its unaudited condensed interim consolidated financial statements for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2020 and 2019, and the related Management’s Discussion and Analysis (“MD&A”) are available at www.sedar.com and on the Company’s website at https://www.ilookabout.com/investor-relations/financial-information. Shareholders may request a hard copy of this material by directing their request to: iLOOKABOUT Corp., Office of the CFO, 408-383 Richmond Street, London ON, N6A 3C4. In the third quarter, the Company executed an Asset Purchase Agreement for the strategic acquisition of Apex Software (“Apex”), which is considered the industry standard for property building outline and sketch software in North America. This acquisition provides the Company with a vast growth opportunity by enabling the sale of ILA’s property tax platform to Apex’s 2,200+ property assessment clients, and also enabling the sale of Apex’s sketch software to ILA’s mortgage lending clients. Also in the quarter, the Company closed a non-brokered private placement for aggregate gross proceeds of approximately $8 million, which BMO Capital Partners collaborated in. Subsequent to the third quarter, the Company further added to its capital resources by expanding its existing credit facilities