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Three additional mass vaccination sites at yet-to-be announced locations in Western, Eastern and Southern Maryland will open in March if sufficient doses are available, Hogan said.
Some, like malaria or Ebola, have animal reservoirs, which means that ensuring no humans are sick isn’t sufficient to stamp them out.
Others said there wasn’t sufficient evidence to show that new proposals would be fairer or more effective.
The county says it’s open to building this sort of activity into its long-term climate action plan, but bemoans that it does not yet have sufficient data to quantify, monitor and report the amount of carbon the practice can sequester.
When compared to high tech triple-layer waterproof winter gloves, you will find that leather gloves will not be quite as warm — but for most cold climates a lined leather glove will be sufficient to keep your hands warm.
The app limits customers who already own those brands in sufficient numbers from purchasing more and bars new customers from buying those stocks above a certain number of shares.
She also said the bill lacked sufficient funding and reiterated those points Monday.
That’s not to say you shouldn’t use an N95 mask if you have them, but there’s evidence that you can get sufficient protection from doubling up on cloth masks.
The math suggested that this combination of policies would be sufficient to allow in-person instruction to resume without touching off exponential spread of the virus.
Regulators also need to give the industry sufficient room to flourish.

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