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French police carry out around 2,500 quarantine inspections and issue 141 fines

France’s Interior Ministry announced that on May 6, the country’s police had carried out 2,479 quarantine checks and fined 141 people for violating quarantine restrictions. According to official reports, around 4,000 people who arrived from Red List countries to France have undergone quarantine checks so far. French authorities have imposed …

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Global ERP Software Market Report 2021: Impact of COVID 19 and

New York, May 6, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “ERP Software Global Market Report 2021: COVID 19 Impact and Recovery to 2030” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06067821 /? utm_source = GNW The growth is mainly due to companies reorganizing their operations and recovering from the impact of …

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Airtel Nigeria Announces Appointment of Surendran as Chief Executive Officer

The Director General of the World Trade Organization (WTO), Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, announced Tuesday, May 4, 2021 the appointment of 4 new Deputy Directors General of the International Trade Organization. The 4 newly appointed Deputy Directors General are Angela Ellard from the United States, Anabel González from Costa Rica, Ambassador Jean-Marie …

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Small-scale farmers in remote areas of Haiti receive assistance with food production and COVID-19

The Haitian government and the United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) today signed a financing agreement for a project that will help Haitian farmers recover from the impact of Covid-19 and increase food production basic. The project will quickly revive agricultural production and income by rehabilitating small-scale irrigation …

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US advises citizens to leave India as new cases rise to 386,000

Amazon reported its second consecutive quarter of more than $ 100 billion in sales, comfortably beating Wall Street’s goals as it continues to reap the rewards of pandemic conditions. Net sales of $ 108.5 billion in the first three months of the year saw the company achieve a net profit …

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Call for best practices in promoting academic integrity during COVID-19

Are you a higher education institution that actively works to promote academic integrity? Have you found any solutions to promote / safeguard academic integrity during COVID-19? The Department of Education of the Council of Europe has launched a call for best practices to promote academic integrity in higher education institutions …

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Situation “worrying” as cases of South African variants increase; Increase in ICU admissions

The more transmissible South African variant of SARS-CoV-2 has spread at a faster rate, with COVID-19 cases increasing rapidly in many parts of France, French Health Minister Olivier Véran warned on Tuesday. a press briefing. “This week we have seen a sharp increase in the proportion [of Covid-19 cases involving] …

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Countries pledge to provide oxygen, medical assistance to India as crisis worsens

A health worker repairs an oxygen cylinder for a Covid-19 patient in a banquet hall converted into a quarantine center in New Delhi, India on April 23. AP A number of countries have pledged to send oxygen and other medical aids to India as the country battles the strength of …

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Column: UNC has a diversity problem

A few days ago, I suddenly realized that I had never taken a French course at UNC with more than two other people of color. I came to this realization when one of my teachers told the class that our Zoom room was a safe space to work on our …

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Calls on ministers to ‘be honest’ about links with cross-Channel power cable sponsor | Business

Two ministers face calls to recuse themselves from a decision on whether a company jointly controlled by a major Conservative Party donor should be allowed to build a £ 1.2bn cross-Channel power cable after having “financed the Conservatives”. Labor is warning of “a clear conflict of interest” at the heart …

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