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While he didn’t know when they might have it, Romero’s hope was that they would try to get it to him “sooner rather than later.” This is because the sooner he has that in hand, the sooner they can move to the second phase. As the second phase will cost more money, the chief will need to go to the Ontario City Council for approval of how the city will pay for another audit, which he still prefers be done by an outside agency. The council’s next meeting is July 27, and Romero isn’t certain he’ll have the written report by then. “If I don’t get an OK for funding to get the auditors to come back

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It’s official: China has eliminated malaria The World Health Organization (WHO) today is certifying China as free of malaria, after a decadeslong effort drove an estimated annual toll of 30 million cases in the 1940s, including 300,000 deaths, to zero in 2017. Along the way, China developed new surveillance techniques, medicines, and technologies to break the cycle of transmission between the Anopheles mosquitoes that spread malaria parasites and humans. Antimalaria efforts started in the 1950s with programs to distribute antimalarial medicines to people at risk, reduce mosquito breeding

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government, we are vigorously investigating reports of possible unexplained health incidents among the U.S. Embassy Vienna community,” the State Department said. “Any employees who reported a possible UHI received immediate and appropriate attention and care.” Some believe the unexplained injuries, which include brain damage, are the result of attacks with microwave or radio wave weapons. However, despite years of study, there is no consensus as to what or who might be behind the incidents or whether they are, in fact, attacks. The Vienna-based employees have reported suffering from mysterious

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Subscribe to the Montclair Local newsletter The parking utility gradually brought that number down to an average of roughly 60 bad meters per a day, out of the 1,300 parking meters located throughout Montclair, Germano said. Some are “dead” meters that aren’t working at all. Others are jammed with gum, coins wrapped in gum, gum wrappers, paper clips, coin slugs, screws, nails or coins that have been doubled up, he said.  The utility is notified of a broken meter through a computer alert. “Meters communicate with a computer daily at midnight – they do not communicate in real time. Once we clear a coin jam or get

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Students analyze their performance caring for a patient in a School of Nursing simulation lab. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo) “It was interesting how many remote or ‘tele’ simulation lessons that we did,” MacKenna says. “We would have some students here in the building and others under quarantine, so we set up laptops in the simulation lab and the quarantined students were able to watch their peers over WebEx and join the discussion afterward. “Students at home would even speak to the patient through the computer. That became a creative way to keep them engaged even if they could not physically

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