InvestorBrandNetwork (IBN) Recaps 2020 Milestones, Outlines 2021 Initiatives

NEW YORK, Jan. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via InvestorWire — InvestorBrandNetwork (“IBN”), an innovative corporate communications agency and diversified content distributor, today announces via an InvestorWire Global Release translated into 12 languages to 56 countries a recap of its milestones in 2020 and provides an overview of its plans for 2021. For more details, view the full-length announcement in English: https://IBN.fm/2020Recap Emerging in the communications arena […]

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‫البحارة المضربون عن الطّعام، أُدخِلوا إلى المستشفى في الكويت

لندن, 22 يناير / كانون الثاني 2021/PRNewswire/ — بدأ البحارة الهنود والأتراك والأذريّون والبنغاليّون أسبوعهم الثالث من الإضراب عن الطعام في ميناء الشعيبة بالكويت. دخل الطاقم المهجور لناقلة البضائع السائبة علا Ula (صاحبة رقم الـIMO: 8102414) في إضراب عن الطعام منذ 7 يناير في محاولة يائسة للنزول من على السفينة واسترداد أكثر من 400,000 دولار أمريكي من أجورهم المستحقة. نُقِلَ […]

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Travel group opposes mandatory quarantine sought by Biden for U.S. international passengers

A group representing the U.S. travel industry on Friday said it opposes making quarantines mandatory for international air passengers returning to the United States.   U.S. Travel said it believes the introduction of new mandatory negative COVID-19 testing requirements for all international air passengers aged two and older eliminates the need for quarantines for returning passengers.   Source: Jordan News

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WHO says Pfizer deal could allow poor countries to start vaccinating in Feb.

The World Health Organization said on Friday it had reached an agreement with Pfizer/BioNTech for 40 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine and should be able to start delivering vaccines to poor and lower-middle income countries next month under its COVAX programme.   The COVAX scheme, led by the WHO and the GAVI vaccine alliance, signed deals for hundreds of

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New Brazil coronavirus variant found in nearly half of Amazon city cases

A variant of the novel coronavirus already accounts for about half of new infections in the Brazilian Amazonian city of Manaus, raising concerns about a greater risk of spread, a researcher warned on Friday.   A team led by immunologist Ester Sabino collected genomic data from COVID-19 tests in Manaus that indicated 42 percent of the confirmed cases were infected

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