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The coronavirus pandemic and the resulting widespread shift to remote learning have brought major changes to physical education.
One review concluded that the available evidence doesn’t suggest widespread harm to humans—but added that the evidence is limited.
That’s worrisome to some health experts, who note that other events celebrated with widespread get-togethers, such as Memorial Day, the Fourth of July and Thanksgiving, have been accompanied by a jump in infections.
Verily, a health tech sister company of Google, was touted early on as a potential solution to provide widespread testing across the country.
The Fed’s ongoing intervention in the market will probably hold down rates, but Blake anticipates they will rise slowly as coronavirus vaccinations become more widespread.
However, in what would be an ironic twist, a widespread return to production could actually slow production.
His arrest last month upon his return to Russia sparked widespread protests over the past two weekends.
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The widespread use of options to support investment in a beaten-down company smelled of professional expertise, some said.
Technical experts said Huawei’s connection to an ethnicity-recognition system suggested the technology could be gaining more widespread acceptance within China.
This widespread unpredictability is reflected in the major awards races, where clear front-runners have yet to emerge and where heated discussion will continue for months thanks to deep casts of surprise candidates.

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