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The board also increased Metro’s capital budget this fiscal year by $255 million because of a multiyear platform replacement project that transit officials expedited because of reduced ridership.
The plan also includes measures to expedite vaccines for school workers and strict metrics on when schools or classrooms would close.
Others use the software to expedite the development of new drugs or make race cars faster.
District officials are also talking to San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria about expediting “the vaccination of teachers and other staff necessary to the reopening of schools as soon as they are cleared to receive the vaccine,” Magee said.
It should help Google expedite review removals and process the reviews much faster.
Finally, exploring new forms of public-private partnership on risk preparedness can help maximize efficiencies and expedite recovery.
Flag carrier PT Garuda Indonesia briefly took over the operation of Sriwijaya and its unit NAM Air back in 2018 to expedite Sriwijaya’s debt restructuring, including clearance of dues to Garuda’s unit.
Samek accelerated the company’s digital growth plans, resulting in a revamped website featuring hundreds of additional products and expedited shipping options, including through Postmates.
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You can also expedite the next month’s box if you don’t want to wait, which is great.
This type of vaccine has never been deployed before—let alone on an expedited timeline.

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