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Juneau COVID-19 alert moving to Moderate, in effect Friday at noon

Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Juneau is moving to a Level 2 Moderate COVID-19 risk level. A release from the City and Borough of Juneau Emergency Operations Center said the decision is based on heightened case activity that raised the seven- and 14-day case rates to the "Very High" category. Cases resulting from community spread are occurring at an increasing rate, according to the EOC.
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Juneau to bring back COVID-19 restrictions as case count continues to spike

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - The City and Borough of Juneau announced it will bring back a number of mitigation measures on Friday aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19, as cases of the virus continue to rise there. The city has raised its overall community risk level to moderate, a...
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Face coverings again recommended for indoor public settings

Public Health – Seattle & King County now recommends that all county residents 5 years of age and older, regardless of vaccination status, wear face coverings in indoor public settings. This extra layer of protection will help us all stay safer, including those who are unvaccinated, such as the 300,000...
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Italians will need Covid 'green passes' showing proof of vaccination or negative test to access gyms, cinemas, restaurants and similar venues, government confirms

Italians will need Covid 'green passes' showing proof of vaccination or negative tests to access various venues, the government has confirmed. With daily COVID-19 cases sharply rising again, the passes will give access to gyms, museums, movie theaters, the inside of restaurants and other venues. Premier Mario Draghi's government approved...
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Northern Regional Rec Center will open early next year

NORTH MECK | By Dave Yochum. July 23. The giant Northern Regional Recreation Center is expected to open in the first quarter of 2022 with 16 full-time and 89 part-time employees, according to Mecklenburg County Commissioner Elaine Powell, the North Meck representative on the county board. The 41-acre site on...
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Italy's 'green pass' will grant access to theatres, bars and more

Just days after France introduced a compulsory health pass to access cultural and leisure venues across the country, Italy is launching a similar scheme by expanding the digital COVID-19 certificate so that it's required for access to cultural, wellness and entertainment venues in Italy. Vaccine passports are becoming increasingly popular...
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U.S. Bank Cash+ Visa Signature Credit Card 2021 Review

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How to embrace body positivity without being ableist

The pandemic — and lockdown-induced lethargy many have experienced for months — did a number on our bodies. Maybe the number on the scale has shifted a little to the right, or our clothes no longer fit. And as gyms open back up, there's a lot of talk, especially on social media, about getting our bods Hot Vax Summer-ready. In the midst of all this noise, a common piece of advice has been to focus less on what our bodies look like and more on what they can do. But while these calls for body acceptance rightly push back against fatphobia, they end up excluding disabled people.
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Italy Extends Its COVID-19 State of Emergency to Dec. 31

ROME - Italy on Thursday announced new anti-COVID 19 measures as infections have started rising again, mainly due to the highly contagious delta variant. The number of new coronavirus infections has doubled in the past week, with the country now recording more than 5,000 new cases daily. With fears that the number will continue to grow, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi on Thursday evening outlined new rules that will go into effect Aug. 6 and continue through Dec. 31.
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Italy to require COVID-19 ‘pass’ for many activities

ROME (AP) — With daily COVID-19 cases sharply rising again, Italy will soon require people to have passes reflecting their health status to access gyms, museums, movie theaters, the inside of restaurants and other venues. Premier Mario Draghi’s government approved a decree Thursday ordering the use of the so-called “green”...
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Glowcip Reviews (July) Is This Legit Or Another Scam?

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Staying Fit and Healthy With Planet Fitness

Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Thursday evening that there is a bull market in fitness afoot as people look to lose their pandemic pounds. Cramer looked at four different ways to play the trend. First up was connected fitness giant Peloton (PTON) which was a huge COVID winner...
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Italy to require covid Green Pass for restaurants, cinemas and gyms

Draghi appeals to Italians to get vaccinated. The Italian government is to broaden the scope of its 'Green Pass' from 6 August, as part of a new decree outlined by premier Mario Draghi last night. The expanded Green Pass will be required in order to be served at indoor tables...