Assets that tend to move strongly with NWSA
Assets that tend to move strongly against NWSA
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia and Ukraine accused each other Friday of shelling a prison in a separatist region of eastern Ukraine, an attack that reportedly killed dozens of Ukrainian prisoners of war captured after the fall of Mariupol, the city where troops famously held out against a monthslong Russian siege.
— (PBS) (July 29) (Pocket)
Zelensky Warns Civilians Must Stay Away From "Targets" In Crimea - Signaling More Attacks Ukrainian government officials are teasing the likelihood of more strikes and 'sabotage operations' inside Russian controlled Crimea, after having cheered on at least two recent large explosions at military sites. Kiev officials, including PresidentVolodymyr Zelensky himself, are reportedly warning that all civilians should"stay away from potential targets" in Crimea. This follows the Kremlin on Tuesday admitting for the first time that the recent explosions were the "result of sabotage". Aftermath of explosions at Russian military airbase in Novofedorivka, Crimea on August 9, via Reuters. Following the latest incident,the Russia's defense ministrysaid, "On the morning of Aug.
— (ZeroHedge Opinion) (August 17) (Pocket)
In its regular Facebook update, the military’s general staff said Russian troops had attempted to push towards Kramatorsk, one of two major cities in the eastern Donetsk province that remain under Ukrainian control, but “they failed completely and chaotically retreated to their previous positions.”
— (AP) (August 15) (Pocket)
Top 10 news: Stop sharing Ukraine's military tactics, says Zelensky, Salman Rushdie attacked, and more
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned the government officials on Thursday (August 11) to stop divulging details about the military tactics that are being used against Russia during the ongoing war. Meanwhile, in other worrying news, a drought was declared for those parts of England that did not receive significant rainfall all summer. The Environment Agency said in a statement that parts of southern, central and eastern England are now in drought status.
— (WION) (August 12) (Pocket)
Dozens Of Ukrainian POWs Killed in Blast, Russia, Ukraine Accuse Each Other – An attack on a POW camp in a Russian-proxy-held area of eastern Ukraine has killed dozens of Ukrainian POWs, many of whom were captured after the siege of the Black Sea port of Mariupol. Each side accused the other of a deliberate […] The post The Next War Crime: Did Russia or Ukraine Attack a POW Camp? appeared first on 19FortyFive.
— (1945) (July 30) (Pocket)
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests asking parents or caregivers, doctors or public health clinics you visited as a child, or previous employers that required immunizations. Schools may also keep records for a couple of years after students graduate.
— (NBC) (August 16) (Pocket)
'How do I know if I was vaccinated for polio?' and other trending questions about the virus, answered by a doctor - CNBC
Though local and federal health officials are still assessing how far polio has spread in the city and state, the virus has been circulating in the New York City area for months, the CDC said Tuesday. People who are not immunized against the virus are encouraged to get up-to-date with their vaccines immediately, the agency says.Last month's confirmed case in Rockland County, New York happened in an unvaccinated adult who developed severe symptoms, including paralysis, and was hospitalized, according to the New York State Health Department.
— (CNBC) (August 16) (Pocket)
Health officials have detected polio in the wastewater in New York City, a development that portends community spread of the virus in a densely populated part of America that suffered greatly from COVID-19 and is the epicenter of the monkeypox outbreak.
— (Washington Times) (August 12) (Pocket)
The detection of poliovirus in wastewater samples in London and New York state is providing another stark reminder of the importance of vaccination and new forms of surveillance, public health experts say.Why it matters: A pandemic-weary public already facing the uncontrolled spread of COVID-19 and monkeypox is feeling jittery about the resurgence of a dreaded disease that was thought to be largely eradicated. But experts say the U.S. is highly protected from the widespread transmission of polio, at least in areas that are highly vaccinated.What they're saying: "If you're an unvaccinated person living in Rockland or Orange County (New York), where sewage is showing there's polio in it, I would be concerned and get vaccinated,"
— (Axios) (August 11) (Pocket)
The NHS will offer a booster or catch-up polio vaccine dose for children aged 1 to 9 years after poliovirus was detected in sewage in north and east London.The type 2 vaccine derived poliovirus (PV2) was detected in the boroughs of Barnet, Brent, Camden, Enfield, Hackney, Haringey, Islington, and Waltham Forest. The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation has advised that children in these areas and where vaccination rates are low be prioritised in the vaccine rollout to ensure a high level of protection from paralysis and help reduce further spread of the virus.Type 2 poliovirus was detected earlier this year at the Beckton sewage treatment works in east London, while further sampling carried out by the ...
— (BMJ) (August 11) (Pocket)
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