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OnePlus Nord N100 is receiving a new OxygenOS update bringing optimisations to touch input and improvements to the camera. The update is rolling out to users in Europe and the version number is OxygenOS 10.5.1. The new OnePlus Nord N100 update is incremental in nature, which means a small percentage of users will receive it initially, and a broader rollout will begin in a few days, after seeing if there are no more bugs.The company took to the forums to announce that the OnePlus Nord N100 is receiving a new OxygenOS 10.5.1 update in Europe. Eligible users can check for the update in Settings manually if they already haven’t received a notification. As mentioned, this one is an incremental update, so it may take a few days to reach all users.- Advertisement – The changelog suggests that the latest OnePlus Nord N100 OxygenOS 10.5.1 update brings an optimised touch and interaction experience improved system stability as well. The update improves the shooting experience with camera, the performance and stability of Wi-Fi transfers, and compatibility of Bluetooth.OnePlus Nord N100 was launched last month in Europe with a price tag of GBP 179 (roughly Rs. 17,300) for the lone 4GB RAM + 64GB storage model. Key specifications include a 6.52-inch HD+ display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC, and a triple rear camera setup that houses a 13-megapixel primary sensor, along with a bokeh lens and a macro shooter. For selfies and video chats, there is an 8-megapixel camera sensor at the front. The OnePlus Nord N100 packs a 5,000mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging. OnePlus has confirmed that it would reveal the availability in North America at a later stage. There is no clarity on whether the OnePlus Nord N100 will launch in India or not.Is OnePlus 8T the best ‘value flagship’ of 2020? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
In El Paso, Texas, County Judge Ricardo Samaniego ordered the closure of all nonessential businesses as hospitals there were beginning to get overwhelmed by the rise in Covid-19 patients. And Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker rolled out new restrictions on businesses in Chicago and some surrounding counties amid a rise in cases there.Epidemiologists and medical experts are warning that the dynamics of this phase of the pandemic are different from what the country experienced in the spring and summer. Whereas earlier in the pandemic, the virus was spreading in certain parts of the country, it’s now spreading rapidly in nearly every community across the country, Christine Peterson, an epidemiologist at the University of Iowa, said in a phone interview.“It’s going to be bad and I think it’s going to be bad in a different way, because instead of having these pictures of morgue trucks and densely populated areas with a lot of patients, this is going to be lots of smaller places,” she said. “So it’s going to be harder to see the obvious impact because it’s so spread out in these really small town hospitals, but they’re really going to be struggling.”- Advertisement – In the spring, the virus spread most widely in the New York City-area as well as in a handful of other cities. In the summer, it spread most rapidly across the so-called Sun Belt. But now, data from Hopkins shows that adjusted for population, the virus is spreading most rapidly across the American heartland, such as the Dakotas, Wisconsin and Iowa.Remote health systems in these areas might find themselves more easily overwhelmed by an influx of Covid-19 patients than medical centers in big cities, Peterson said. She added that while doctors have learned a lot about how to effectively treat Covid-19 patients, that doesn’t mean every doctor is equipped to do so.“The thing to remember is doctors, as a population, have learned how to treat this better, but that doesn’t mean that the doctor in northeastern Iowa has seen this disease,” she said. “They’re seeing it now; they didn’t see it in March.”Dr. Megan Ranney, an emergency physician and director of the Brown Lifespan Center for Digital Health, said in an interview with CNBC that “the worst days of the pandemic are almost certainly still ahead of us.”She said maintaining a strong health-care workforce will be a real challenge in the months ahead. The country still has a limited supply of personal protective equipment like masks and medical gowns that protect health workers against infection, she said. Not to mention, doctors and nurses are increasingly exhausted by the relentless surge of new Covid-19 patients, she added.“Whereas in those early phases, we were able to direct some extra resources to the places that were hardest hit, now, we are watching it spread everywhere so that every American is at risk but also every hospital and every health-care system is getting stressed out,” she said. It’s not just cases that are rising; 19 states reported a record-high number of people currently hospitalized with Covid-19, based on a seven-day average, according to a CNBC analysis of data compiled by the Covid Tracking Project, which is run by journalists at The Atlantic.The average number of people currently hospitalized with Covid-19 is up by at least 5% in 38 states, according to CNBC’s analysis of Covid Tracking Project’s data.The surge in new cases and hospitalizations are prompting officials in some states and cities to roll out new restrictions, though they’re not nearly as severe as the lockdown measures implemented in March and April. The governor of Connecticut last week rolled back the state’s reopening amid early signs of an expanding outbreak. In Massachusetts, the governor has imposed a curfew on some businesses and asked residents to remain home between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.- Advertisement – The United States reported a record one-day spike of 126,400 new cases of the coronavirus as medical experts warn that the outbreak is worsening across the country and could lead to a devastating winter.The U.S. has now reported a new record one-day spike in cases everyday over the past three days, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. Over the past seven days, the country has reported an average of more than 98,500 new cases as of Friday, up over 25% compared with a week ago.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Thursday asked all residents to cancel Thanksgiving plans and stay at home unless they need to go to work or school or to tend to essential needs like the doctor’s office or grocery store.Chicago said it was issuing the 30-day stay-at-home advisory, asking people to refrain from traveling, having guests in their home or leaving for non-essential business “in response to the rapid rise of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the city.” The announcement comes as the virus continues to rapidly spread across the state. Illinois hit a record high in average daily news cases Wednesday, with cases now up more than 60% compared to a week ago, according to CNBC analysis of data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. – Advertisement – Correction: This article was updated to reflect that Chicago issued a stay-at-home advisory. In this March 24, 2019 photo, Chicago mayoral candidate Lori Lightfoot participates in a candidate forum. Lightfoot won a runoff election April 2, 2019, to become the city’s first black female mayor.AP Photo | Teresa Crawford – Advertisement – – Advertisement – The state reported more than 12,700 new cases Thursday, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health.Last last month, Illinois Gov. Jay Pritzker announced Chicago bars and restaurants would no longer be allowed to serve customers indoors in an effort to control the coronavirus’ spread in the region. Gatherings would be also be limited to 25 people or 25% of overall room capacity.This is breaking news. Please check back for updates.- Advertisement –
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Following in Jackson’s blurry footsteps is Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray, who is enjoying his own sophomore breakout season and, similarly, goes against the traditional height and size combination of an NFL QB. At 5-foot-10 and 207 lbs, he became the shortest quarterback ever drafted in the first round. But that hasn’t stopped him.Like Jackson, he is simply a nightmare to bring down. When you think you’ve got him in the backfield, he shimmies and pops right out. In the open field, he has a deceptive second gear. Jackson bursts through the Philadelphia Eagles’ defence to score a 37-yard touchdown You can’t deny it is working – Jackson last week improved to 25-5 (.833) over his first 30 NFL starts, tying the best mark by a starting quarterback in the Super Bowl era, held by Hall of Famer Dan Marino.With just 130 more rushing yards this season, he will become the first player with at least 5,000 passing yards (currently 5,841) and 2,500 rushing yards (2,370) through his first three seasons in NFL history – all at a slender 6-foot-2 and 212 pounds.
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May 26, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – Member states of the World Health Organization (WHO) agreed today to invoke a set of health regulations related to influenza a year early because of the threat that H5N1 avian flu will trigger a flu pandemic.The voluntary regulations are part of the International Health Regulations (IHR), which were approved by the World Health Assembly a year ago but are not scheduled to take effect until June 2007.”The provisions identified for early voluntary compliance include those relating to rapid and transparent notification, support to countries that request it in investigating and controlling [influenza] outbreaks, and providing essential information including recommendations for control measures,” the WHO said in a news release today.The resolution passed by the WHA notes that rapid detection and reporting of human cases of avian flu “underpin WHO’s ability to issue a reliable risk assessment and declare an appropriate phase of pandemic alert.”Among other things, the voluntary measures adopted under the resolution call on countries to:Promptly report to the WHO any probable or confirmed human illnesses caused by any new flu virus subtypeDesignate an official IHR “focal point” to communicate information and collaborate with the WHO on risk assessment (the language doesn’t specify whether this would be an individual or an agency)Designate IHR “contact points”Provide WHO collaborating centers with information and biological materials related to highly pathogenic avian influenza and other novel flu strains in a timely mannerThe resolution also covers regulations related to surveillance, information-sharing, consultation, verification, public health response, and public health measures for travelers.The measure calls on the WHO director-general to “further accelerate steps” to set up a roster of experts [on avian and pandemic flu] and to invite proposals for its membership.”In addition, the WHO chief is asked to help mobilize international help for needy countries affected by avian flu and to search for solutions to the shortage of, and unequal access to, flu vaccines.Anders Nordstrom, acting WHO director-general, said the agency has increased its ability to provide on-the-ground help to avian-flu–affected countries in the past year, according to an Agence France-Presse (AFP) report published today.”The number of missions from WHO has gone up since the last year,” said Nordstrom. “And now we expect with this decision, which is more of a political commitment, that we will be able to accelerate even more.”Nordstrom, who was appointed after the death of Dr. Lee Jong-wook on May 22, said the WHO and affected countries need more people and money to cope with avian flu, according to AFP.At a conference in Beijing last January, donor countries pledged $1.9 billion to help poor countries prepare for a pandemic. Nordstrom could not provide details on how much of the promised money has been given so far. But he said that only $12 million of $89 million promised to the WHO has come in, according to AFP.See also:WHO resolution on flu provisions in the IHRhttps://apps.who.int/gb/ebwha/pdf_files/WHA59/A59_47-en.pdf
Classifieds data Crozilla.com they showed that during June, apartment prices fell precisely in the cities where “squares” are the most expensive. Thus, June prices recorded an increase in value of 0,1 percent on a monthly basis and 3,2 percent on an annual basis, and only some cities on the sea recorded a decline in prices.The largest monthly decline in apartment prices during June was recorded in Opatija. Prices there fell by 2,2 percent, and an average of 2885 euros was demanded for one square meter. According to Crozilla.com, a drop of 1,6 percent was recorded in Dubrovnik, where apartment prices dropped to 3875 euros per “square meter”. The price of apartments in the Umag area fell by 1,3 percent on a monthly basis, and in June it amounted to 1954 euros per square meter. A monthly decline of 0,6 percent was recorded in Poreč, where an average of 1724 euros were demanded for a “square” apartment, and Senj, where the average asking price per square meter was 1205 euros. In Split, the June price dropped to 2275 euros, which is 0,4 percent lower than a month earlier.The largest monthly increase in apartment prices during June was recorded in Šibenik, where prices per square meter rose by 2,7 percent and rose to 1564 euros. In Pula, apartment prices rose by 1,7 percent on a monthly basis, averaging 1365 euros per “square meter” in June. An analysis of Crozilla.com data showed that a monthly increase in apartment prices of 0,4 percent was recorded in Rijeka – where the average asking price was 1383 euros per square meter, and Zadar, where an average of 1879 euros was demanded for a “square”.Rural House Kod Slapa, Bogatic / Booking.comRising prices for apartments in the interior The data showed that monthly prices of housing prices in the continental area were recorded in June, but despite that they were still lower in most of the cities there than in the same month last year.The price of “square meters” for Zagreb and Osijek apartments increased by 0,2 percent on a monthly basis, and in June in Zagreb it amounted to EUR 1675, and in Osijek to EUR 955. Prices of apartments in Slavonski Brod increased by 1 percent, and amounted to 873 euros per square meter, while Sisak recorded an increase of 1,3 percent and an average price of “square meters” of 751 euros. The biggest annual drop in prices during June was recorded in Bjelovar, where apartments were 5,8 percent cheaper than in the same month last year. On a monthly basis, the prices of apartments there are still rising, so the price per square meter was 796 euros, which is 0,6 percent more than a month earlier.Apartments are most in demand in Zagreb, Zadar and SplitThe analysis of Crozilla.com advertisement data showed that during June, the offer of apartments sold in the area of Zagreb, Zadar, Split, Pula and Osijek was the most searched. When it comes to potential foreign buyers, they showed the greatest interest in apartments in Zagreb, Split, Makarska, Porec and Pula, and most often came from BiH, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Slovenia.
This year, the Croatian National Tourist Board is once again selecting the national winner for the “European Destination of Excellence (EDEN)” for 2016/2017. year on the topic of “Cultural Tourism”.The last round of judging, in which the national winner of this year’s election is chosen, will be held on July 19, 2017 (Wednesday) in Međimurje, more precisely in the Old Town of Zrinski in the center of Čakovec. According to the CNTB, although all candidate destinations have invested great effort in the quality presentation of the potential and products of their cultural and other tourist offer, after evaluating and visiting all candidate destinations by the Commission, the following destinations were selected from a shortlist of five finalists. : Zagorje – a fairy tale in the palm of your hand; Town of Đakovo – municipality of Gorjani; Vukovar – Vučedol – Ilok; Smiljan – Gospić and destination Rural Konavle.Representatives of each of the five finalist destinations will hold a final presentation, and after presenting the presentations, the Commission will decide on this year’s winner, taking into account all the elements set by the European Commission, as well as evaluations made during the tour and the quality of the presentation. The winning destination at the national level will be named the European Destination of Excellence and, in addition to the website of the Croatian National Tourist Board, will be promoted through the official website of the European Commission (www.edenineurope.eu). Also, all five finalist destinations will be presented as examples of good practice at European level and will be joined by a European network of destinations that promote sustainable forms of tourism.The EDEN project is implemented in cooperation with the European Commission, and European countries, which are part of the EDEN project, organize the election process at the national level. The aim of this selection is to reward and promote non-traditional tourist destinations that have developed their tourist offer based on tangible cultural heritage, thus contributing to the overall and sustainable development of the destination and increasing attendance throughout the year, especially in the off-season.