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Tuesday April 13rd, 2021 morning edition

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“He had quite a lot of visitors from the hotel itself because there were so many issues,” Haider said.

On the night of March 5, Shah’s airport test came back negative and officials cleared him to leave.

His bill for the three night stay was $1546.56. Haider picked him up and brought him home.

Five days later on March 10, Shah, his two sons, daughter and wife began to show symptoms consistent with COVID-19.

They would not comment on his belief that he contracted COVID-19 while staying at the hotel and infected his whole family.

They also would not respond to questions about whether there was an ongoing infection or outbreak investigation at the hotel.

CP24 contacted Marriott, which owns the Sheraton hotel brand globally and was referred to the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Centre’s operator, Larco Hospitality. »

Will Smith & Antoine Fuqua Confirm Georgia Exit Of ‘Emancipation’: “We Cannot In Good Conscience Provide Economic Support” After Recent Election Law – Update

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The new Georgia voting laws are reminiscent of voting impediments that were passed at the end of Reconstruction to prevent many Americans from voting.

EXCLUSIVE, 5:45 AM, PST: Apple’s runaway-slave thriller Emancipation today will change its plan to shoot in Georgia, because of the state’s controversial restrictive election law signed by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp.

This pending move comes after weeks of discussions between the filmmakers and film officials in Georgia and Louisiana and with Georgia political leaders like Stacey Abrams. »

Scientists: 4°C would unleash ‘unimaginable amounts of water’ as ice shelves collapse

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An ice shelf, as NASA explains, “is a thick, floating slab of ice that forms where a glacier or ice flows down a coastline.”

“We know that when melted ice accumulates on the surface of ice shelves, it can make them fracture and collapse spectacularly,” added Gilbert, a research scientist at the University of Reading.

“If temperatures continue to rise at current rates,” she said, “we may lose more Antarctic ice shelves in the coming decades.” »

Former FDA commissioner: U.S. vaccine supply will soon exceed demand

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April 11 (UPI) -- Dr. Scott Gottlieb, a former Food and Drug Administration commissioner and current Pfizer board member, said Sunday that the United States' vaccine supply will soon outstrip demand.

Gottlieb told CBS News' Face the Nation that the United States should stand by its plan to deliver doses to states based on population side as he expects supply to exceed demand in as early as three weeks.

"I think a lot of states are going to see themselves with excess supply and excess appointments. »