S9), which indicate elevated transmission risk per venue visit for individuals aged 20-49 relative to other age groups. Figure S10 visualizes the combined, estimated effects of mobility and behavior on transmission risk, and reveals together with Fig. 3 considerable heterogeneity in age-specific transmission dynamics across locations. While the model consistently estimates effective reproduction numbers close to or above one across all locations from adults aged 35-49, disease dynamics are more variable from young adults aged 20-34, with some states (Arizona, Florida, Texas) showing sustained

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Hackett acknowledges that holding directors more responsible is an important step forward in improving UK corporate governance, but says the wording and interpretation of the reforms will be key to avoiding a “fudge”. “This could work really well, or it could cause some of the same counterproductive stuff we saw with Sarbanes-Oxley,” Hackett says. “It could lead to more of a checkbox approach. It could lead to directors trying to cover themselves rather than really engaging. But if they have to declare that they have looked at the risks and they’ve looked at their control structures, and they’ve

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That blow was softened with $15.4 million in federal stimulus money. The airport used $7.1 million of that money in fiscal year 2020, which ended Aug. 31, and it plans to use $8.3 million in the current fiscal year, Rodriguez said. The airport also is set to get another $5 million in federal stimulus money in about two months, which will help the airport make up some of the expected, continued revenue shortfalls in the next two fiscal years, he said. Also, another stimulus bill pending in the U.S. Congress is expected to have additional funds for airports, he added. The passenger decrease has substantially

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To request permission for specific items, click on the “reuse permissions” button on the page where you find the item. Some interesting and fast-moving developments regarding COVID-19 paid-leave laws will significantly affect California employers. The state's supplemental paid-sick-leave mandate for large employers and the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act for smaller employers have both expired, but California employers must now reckon with new pay rules under the COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS). The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) issued

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Courtesy photo. Having the delivery licenses available only to equity applicants is empowering, Alexander said. For consumers, delivery is helpful because a stigma still exists around cannabis use. “It’ll give people more sense of privacy. Some people may not want to go out to a dispensary in the local community,” Alexander said. “It gives consumers just the convenience really, and also on the entrepreneurial side, it shows equity applicants there’s a pathway where you can be your own owner.” The coronavirus pandemic has created an even greater demand for cannabis delivery, as avoiding crowds

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Make donation during Love Your Library month Customer Service Specialist Alexus Medina and Circulation Supervisor Jacky Moore work together to put the finishing touches on the Coastal Region Library branch’s Reading Tree. The Reading Tree will be displayed at the branch for the month of February. Circulation Supervisor TerriAnne Caraluzzo double checks that the branches of the Floral City branch’s Reading Tree are adequately secured to the wall before adding the donation tags. Donations to the Reading Tree will be accepted through the month of February. Support the Citrus County Library System

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State Auditor McGuiness Congratulates DNREC on Clean Financial Audit of Hazardous Substance Fund Covid Vaccine Webinar for People with Disabilities DPH System for Vaccination Requests Starts With More Than 56K Signups In First Day Covid Vaccine Webinar for People with Disabilities DPH System for Vaccination Requests Starts With More Than 56K Signups In First Day DOVER, DELAWARE – State Auditor Kathy McGuiness complimented the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Controls (DNREC) today for having another clean financial audit of its Hazardous Substance Cleanup Fund. “This

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Bryant, 43, of Portsmouth, was booked Saturday on a fourth-degree assault page charge. —Ronald S. Sammons, 30, of Paintsville, was booked Friday on charges of first-degree trafficking of methamphetamine (first offense), second-degree persistent felony offender and two counts of contempt of court. —Jennifer R. Fletcher, 40, of Salyersville, was booked Saturday on a bench warrant. —William B. Friend, 39, of Matewan, West Virginia, was booked Saturday on charges of first and second-degree fleeing or evading police, first-degree wanton endangerment, resisting arrest, third-degree criminal mischief

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Pressure will undoubtedly mount on oil and gas companies, among others, to produce credible energy transition plans of their own. The plan by G.M.’s. chairman and chief executive, Mary Barra, will also mean big changes for auto design and manufacturing, and for the auto supply chain. Suppliers must now pivot away even more intently from making traditional transmissions and engines to producing the advanced batteries, motors and power systems electric vehicles need. And car dealers, after years of pushing gas-guzzling sport utility vehicles, must now aggressively market electric cars to co

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Tri-State economic agencies merge in southwest Ind. Tri-State economic agencies merge in southwest Ind. By Evan Gorman | February 19, 2021 at 5:10 PM CST - Updated February 19 at 10:52 PM EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) - A trio of economy focused entities are joining forces. Growth Alliance for Greater Evansville, Southwest Indiana Chamber and Economic Development Coalition of Southwest Indiana announced a merger Friday. This formation started to take shape back in the fall and its commitment is to continue growing the four-county region. Infrastructure improvements, such as the I-69 Ohio River

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