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Omicron May Make You Contagious Before Y...

Before Christmas, health experts suggested getting a rapid coronavirus test just before any rally. But some health experts are now warning that you can test negative even if you are infected and contagious while still being visibly healthy. In general, the tests are able to reveal an infection with Omicron, but enough viruses must have […]

Province not considering enforcing socia...

With the COVID-19 variant Omicron rapidly spreading, Alberta’s top doctor says it would make sense to require physical distance in large rooms, but it doesn’t have to be. “Currently, if a facility is under the Restriction Exemption Program (REP), it is recommended that people be at least two meters apart between households. However, it is […]

“Digital binoculars” manage the airport

San Francisco leads a double life, where taxpayer dollars are saved, disasters are averted, massive structures are built, and lives are saved. “Digital twins” are highly detailed three-dimensional models executed by computer programs that are used to help manage hospital buildings and parts of the airport, and to replicate the human heart, putting San Francisco […]

Best TV Bets with Denzel Washington, Fra...

And CNN plunges Sunday into the complicated life of Marilyn Monroe with its series called “Reframed”. Three Atlanta-focused reality shows also debut this week: “Leave it to Geeze” on Lifetime about the life of a memorable single mom who debuts Wednesday, “Married to Real Estate” on HGTV features a married couple from ‘Atlanta in Real […]

Novak Djokovic’s Australian Medical Exem

Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Sky News reporter Nicole Johnston in Melbourne explains the latest news on Novak Djokovic’s medical exemption Sky News reporter Nicole Johnston in Melbourne explains the latest news on Novak Djokovic’s medical exemption Novak Djokovic’s appeal to enter Australia with a medical exemption is based on […]

Doctor Who: Ranking Doctor Regenerations

3. The War Games (1969) Patrick Troughton to Jon Pertwee Patrick Troughton left after three years because, working on Doctor Who for about 40 weeks a year he was exhausted. Behind the scenes, the stories were falling apart, so two stories designed to fill a six-episode niche didn’t work, and neither did the final four-part […]

Novak Djokovic’s previous COVID diagnosi

Novak Djokovic attempted to use a previous diagnosis of COVID-19 to receive a medical exemption to play at the Australian Open, according to the Associated Press. Djokovic reportedly had COVID-19 in December, according to court documents filed by his lawyers. The state government of Victoria is allowing medical exemptions for people who test positive for […]

Forgotten lessons: Election rallies fuel...

FILE – A crowd of supporters gather to listen to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he lays the foundation stone for Major Dhyan Chand Sports University in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, January 2, 2022. Cases coronaviruses fueled by the highly transmissible variant of omicron have exploded across India and the country is scrambling to stave […]

The crude demagoguery of “Don’t look up

Adam McKay’s satire “Don’t Look Up” is a clever film that lacks wit. The difference is that the mind is multifaceted, like a gemstone which, even small, offers different glows from different angles. The skill is exhausted in a single reflection then is repeated endlessly. “Don’t Look Up”, for the record, tells the story of […]

Santa Barbara International Film Festiva...

SANTA BARBARA, Calif .– With COVID issues unfolding like a medical crime film, entertainment events across the country are adjusting. This week, officials at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival said they will still host their March event. The Palm Springs Film Festival which begins this weekend has been canceled. The SBIFF is set for […]