Michigan Coronavirus infection numbers have been trending upward for 10 weeks
The Michigan Health Department reported on Monday 6,093 new COVID-19 cases and 29 deaths over a three-day period, averaging 2031 positive cases in a day.(more…)
Howard University stopped classes on Tuesday after it was hit with ransomware attack, the Washington D.C School said in a statement. The school said that on September 3, members of their technology team noticed ‘unusual activities’ on the HBCU network and shut it down in order to investigate the problem.(more…)
Problems at a Los Angeles sewage treatment plant that caused a massive sewage spill into Santa Monica Bay last month have severely reduced the region’s water recycling ability, forcing officials to divert millions of gallons of clean drinking water at a time of worsening drought conditions.
Even as California Gov. Gavin Newsom urges a voluntary 15% reduction in water usage, the Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant‘s inability to fully treat sewage has forced local officials to divert clean drinking water to uses normally served by recycled Hyperion water. Among those uses is an effort to protect coastal aquifers from seawater contamination, as well as the irrigation of parks, cemeteries and golf courses across southwest Los Angeles County.
The sudden loss of millions of gallons of recycled water has alarmed experts and raised new questions about the plant’s ability to function in a warming climate.
“This is water we can’t afford to spare,” said Loyola Marymount University professor emeritus John Dorsey, a wastewater treatment and watershed management researcher.
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· Honey Mustard
· Sub Bread
· Sliced Turkey
· Bacon sliced
· Pepper jack cheese
· Romaine Lettuce
1. Mix 1 tbsp of mayonnaise with 1 tbsp of Littles Lunches jalapeno honey mustard
2. Spread on top of the sub bread
3. Assemble the sub with the turkey, cheese, bacon and romaine lettuce
4. Place in the fridge for lunch the next day
5. Serve with fresh fruit.
· Preschool: 1/3 cup of fruit, half sub with 1 slice meat, 1 slice bacon, 1 slice cheese
· Elementary Age: 1/2 cup of fruit, full sub bread with 2 slices of meat, 1 slice bacon, 1 slice cheese
· Secondary School: 1 cup of fruit, whole croissant, 4 slices of meat, 1 slice of bacon, 2 slices of cheese
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The Nigerian government is demanding punishment for Indonesian immigration officials who were filmed assaulting a Nigerian diplomat.
Footage circulating on social media showed Abdulrahman Ibrahim, a consular officer based in Jakarta, being held down in a vehicle by several men.
Nigeria called it “an egregious act of international delinquency by the Indonesian state”.
It vowed to review bilateral relations with the south-east Asian nation.
The video showed one of the officials putting his hand on the diplomat’s head and pushing it back against a seat.
Between yells of protest, Mr Ibrahim repeated: “I can’t breathe.”
Later in the one-minute-and-30-second clip Mr Ibrahim was heard saying: “My neck, my neck.”
Mr Ibrahim had been detained on a street in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta.
The incident has caused anger in Nigeria, with many saying it shows the disdain that other countries hold for Nigerians. Some are calling for a full explanation from the Indonesian government.
Nigeria’s foreign ministry had previously sent a letter of protest to the Indonesian government saying the mistreatment Mr Ibrahim endured was “against international law and the Vienna Conventions governing diplomatic and consular relations between states”.
Indonesia’s envoy to Nigeria was also summoned on Monday over the incident and apologised on behalf of his government, the foreign ministry said.
Immigration officials had also apologised to Nigeria’s ambassador to Indonesia, it added.
Meanwhile Nigeria’s ambassador in Jakarta has been called home to give a full report to the government, and the foreign ministry says consultations will continue.
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California school employees must either be vaccinated against COVID or submit to a regular test proving they are not infected with the coronavirus under a pending order from Gov. Gavin Newsom, sources told the Times Tuesday night.
Representatives of the Newsom administration briefly discussed the basic outlines of the plan with educators, according to two sources who said Tuesday that they were not authorized to speak publicly in advance of Newsom’s formal announcement.
Newsom had already announced a similar policy for employees of state agencies and an absolute mandate, with limited religious and medical exceptions, for state healthcare workers.
The governor is scheduled to visit an Alameda County elementary school on Wednesday, where details of the proposal are expected to be unveiled. A spokesperson for Newsom declined to comment Tuesday night on the event or the announcement. The proposal was first reported Tuesday night by Politico.
Read the full story on LATimes.com.
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