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Educational workshop on Medicare in Blair set for later this month

Fremont Tribune 11 May 2021
The Nebraska Department of Insurance's State Health Insurance Program (SHIP) will host an educational workshop for those new to Medicare in Blair later this month ... 'This is your time to apply, there could be penalties,'" said Mary Loftis, Nebraska Extension associate and SHIP counselor. "There are a lot of scare tactics out there." ... Dr ... .
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Crew change dagger in the back

Splash24/7 09 May 2021
The loom of funeral pyres reaches seafarers, the sound of desperate sucking for oxygen is heard out at sea, and crews are patently aware of how bad things are in some nations, and they are scared. They resent not only being trapped on the ship but there is a deep human desire to be at home, to be part of helping their families in time of need.
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No end in sight to seafarer crisis amid India Covid surge

Business Day 07 May 2021
Hundreds of thousands of seafarers risk being stuck at sea beyond the expiry of their contracts because of India’s surging coronavirus outbreak, according to one of the world’s largest independent crude ship owners ...Unfortunately, the people who have to replace them have to travel to those countries that the ship will stop at,” he said.
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Seafarer crisis shows signs of worsening amid India virus surge

Straits Times 07 May 2021
NEW DELHI (BLOOMBERG) - Hundreds of thousands of seafarers risk being stuck at sea beyond the expiry of their contracts because of India's surging coronavirus outbreak, according to one of the world's largest independent crude ship owners ... That's what we're scared about.".
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Florida keeps virus afloat

The Scranton Times-Tribune 05 May 2021
Perhaps you didn’t notice, but cruise ships haven’t been sailing out of American ports lately ... Nevertheless, the CDC came up with criteria that would allow the cruise ships to cruise ... How about adding on a few other issues? In a typical year, there are more than 300 ships floating around the globe, scaring the whales and polluting the ocean.
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Ron DeSantis unfazed by risk of disease

Las Vegas Sun 03 May 2021
Perhaps you didn’t notice, but cruise ships haven’t been sailing out of American ports lately ... As long as the government is devoting so much time and attention to the cruise industry, how about adding on a few other issues? In a typical year, there are more than 300 ships floating around the globe, scaring the whales and polluting the ocean.
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SA fishers outraged over power ships on their doorstep

Independent online (SA) 03 May 2021
The power plants are mounted on ships or barges and, according to Karpowership, able to generate electricity very quickly ... “The presence of these ships, off our coast, will have a real impact in scaring-off the fish in the area, and we fishers will be the ones going hungry.
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Collins: Ron DeSantis does disease

Times Free Press 30 Apr 2021
Perhaps you didn't notice, but cruise ships haven't been sailing out of American ports lately ... As long as the government is devoting so much time and attention to the cruise industry, how about adding on a few other issues? In a typical year, there are more than 300 ships floating around the globe, scaring the whales and polluting the ocean.
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Ron DeSantis does disease

Standard-Speaker 30 Apr 2021
Perhaps you didn’t notice, but cruise ships haven’t been sailing out of American ports lately ... As long as the government is devoting so much time and attention to the cruise industry, how about adding on a few other issues? In a typical year, there are more than 300 ships floating around the globe, scaring the whales and polluting the ocean.
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U.S. faces COVID-19 vaccine surplus as demand slows

Sandhills Express 29 Apr 2021
Watch Video. U.S. faces surplus of COVID vaccine as demand slows. Philadelphia is experiencing a surplus scare. With thousands of coronavirus vaccine doses expiring on Thursday, the city is scrambling to ship them to other distribution sites so it won’t be forced to discard them ... Meanwhile, more shots are sitting unused across the country ... .
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Experts: China Christens 3 Warships to Tighten Control in Disputed Sea, Warn US

Voa News 28 Apr 2021
The three ships won’t necessarily scare Southeast Asian claimants to the disputed sea as much as any moves that suggest China might harm oil and gas equipment in the waterway's exclusive economic zones, said Shariman Lockman, senior foreign policy and security studies analyst with the Institute of Strategic and International Studies in Malaysia.
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China’s launch of new assault ship raises fears

Asiatimes 28 Apr 2021
Colin Koh, a research fellow from the S Rajaratnam School of International Studies at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University, said the new ship could scare China’s neighbours into responding to the “widening asymmetry” of Beijing’s military power in the region ... There are currently just under 300 ships in the Navy’s manned battle force.
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Watch: Indian expat family makes history, completes 100 years in Dubai

Gulf News 28 Apr 2021
He barely knew where and why he was being taken and though he was scared when the ship rocked on the high seas, the novel experience excited him ’’ he remembers his grandfather telling him ... Cows were bought from Iran and Indian merchants would pay Rs12-14 to save a cow from a slaughterhouse and then send the animal by ship to India.
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Watch: Indian expat family Bhatias makes history, completes 100 years in Dubai

Gulf News 28 Apr 2021
He barely knew where and why he was being taken and though he was scared when the ship rocked on the high seas, the novel experience excited him ’’ he remembers his grandfather telling him ... Cows were bought from Iran and Indian merchants would pay Rs12-14 to save a cow from a slaughterhouse and then send the animal by ship to India.
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Port Botany COVID scare highlights flaws for screening ships: Union

The Daily Telegraph Australia 23 Apr 2021
A maritime union has slammed flaws in the way international ships are screened at Port Botany following a COVID scare at the port – with current protocols to stop the spread of the virus relying heavily on the honesty of shipmasters ....
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