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"He also said convalescent plasma — the treatment the FDA controversially authorized last week — will "save thousands of lives.
The governor has authorized the deployment of 500 members of the National Guard to Kenosha, doubling the number of troops in the city of 100,000.
FEMA has been authorized to provide up to $44 billion in support, which economists estimate would last just one to two months if paid as intended to millions receiving jobless benefits.
DraftKings became what’s called an “authorized gaming partner” of Major League Baseball.
Voters will also weigh in on a measure that asks whether Encinitas should authorize commercial cannabis activities, including retail sales, cultivation and manufacturing.
First, in February, a faulty reagent fiasco rendered tests from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—at the time, the only ones authorized—useless.
WHY COVID-19 TEST RESULTS ARE TAKING SO LONGKATHERINE ELLEN FOLEYJULY 31, 2020QUARTZ
That’s because the agency raised fees only twice since 2011 and far below the state-authorized limit, auditors said.
The version of chloroquine that previously was authorized for emergency use was not distributed and isn’t available for use.
Nor can he sell the property to himself, nor authorize any other person to bid and purchase for him either directly or indirectly.
Any owner can sell his interest whenever he pleases, and all of them may authorize the sale of the entire vessel.

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