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Its use to reprogram cells to cure cancer is but one of many examples of how it will touch our lives.
It also comes less than two weeks after Pfizer released efficacy data for its vaccine, and just days after releasing safety data — which suggests that fellow vaccine developer Moderna may apply for its emergency use authorization around Thanksgiving.
These minor steps — they really are — create tech-free spaces at home without appreciably limiting tech use.
Federal officials said they would announce a final department policy on forensic genetic genealogy use in 2020 but no such policy has been released so far.
These are the two things — computer use and home improvement projects — that a recent article in Optometry Times pointed to as the source of pandemic ocular woes.
Still, the film’s broad scope means Rebuilding Paradise isn’t much use to anyone hoping for a better understanding of what caused the fire and what we can learn from it.
Senate committees can conduct hearings via video conference under the current procedures, but senators still must cast their votes in person on the floor, where mask use is suggested but not required.
VIRUS THREAT REACHES INTO HALLS OF CONGRESS, CLOUDING SENATE AGENDAMIKE DEBONIS, SEUNG MIN KIM, KAROUN DEMIRJIANNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Every room in use is expected to have upgraded air filters and a portable air-filtration system, which cost $650 each.
Some schools have defended their use of seclusion and restraint and lobbied to continue using the interventions, saying they can’t serve students with challenging behaviors otherwise.
NEW DATA SHOWS THE USE OF SECLUSION AND RESTRAINT INCREASED IN ILLINOIS SCHOOLS DURING THE 2017–18 SCHOOL YEARBY JENNIFER SMITH RICHARDS, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, AND JODI S. COHEN, PROPUBLICANOVEMBER 17, 2020PROPUBLICA
With repeated use, the theory went, these rapid and cheap coronavirus tests would identify highly infectious people while giving healthy Americans a green light to return to offices, schools and restaurants.

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