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Bermuda Government COVID-19 Update November 24
By Hon. David Burt, Premier and Hon. Kim Wilson, Minister of Health
Bermuda reports 3 new COVID-19 cases; 6 remain hospitalised
There were 643 test results received by the Ministry of Health 15 January, and three were positive for COVID-19.
COVID-19: Prime Minister suspends quarantine-free travel in the UK from Monday
Prime Minister Boris Johnsons suspends quarantine-free travel in the UK from Monday with arrivals needing proof of a negative Covid test before setting off.
Minister Recognises Seagrass Restoration Project Donations
The Minister of Home Affairs, the Hon. Walter Roban, JP, MP and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) are today issuing a public acknowledgement of the gene...
The tech supremacy: Silicon Valley can no longer conceal its power
‘To see what is in front of one’s nose needs a constant struggle,’ George Orwell famously observed. He was talking not about everyday life but about politics, where it is ‘quite...
Bermuda Public Schools Open House Events Now Require Registration (RSVP)
Attendees at ongoing Bermuda Public Schools Open House events are now required to register online as part of strengthened security protocols.
Baron Benjamin de Rothschild has died of a heart attack
Baron Benjamin de Rothschild (57), banker and Chairman of the Edmond de Rothschild holding company, has died of a heart attack.
WatsApp killer: Signal - the most secure messenger for everyone
Signal Private Messenger is the most secure messaging app you can install on your phone.
New York City rich and poor — the inequality crisis
Even before COVID-19, New York was already defined by a gap between the rich and poor. Yet during the pandemic, wealth has become a determinant of survival.
How researchers are identifying suspects in the U.S. Capitol siege
Some of the rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol last week wore gear that makes it difficult to identify them, but investigators have zeroed in on a number of clues. John Scott...
FBI arrests more than 100 rioters in Capitol attacks, warns more extremist violence to come
As Washington, D.C., prepares for the upcoming Inauguration, the FBI warns last week's attack on the Capitol could be just the beginning. Jeff Pegues reports on the city's lates...
FBI prepares for Inauguration Day, institutes security lockdowns
Days before President-elect Joe Biden is to be sworn in, the FBI is bracing for a “substantial threat” of bombs and violence against Congress members.
Sharing a collection before joining the millions deleting WhatsApp
It looks like 2020 was just a light promo for 2021...
As London Fashion Week prepares for another digital season, these are the British brands worth discovering and supporting
They don't call London the creative capital for nothing...
Germany’s Lessons on Policing the Police
The Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol exposed extreme elements in U.S. law enforcement – an issue Germany has long struggled with.
Jamie Dimon says JPMorgan Chase should absolutely be 'scared s---less' about fintech threat
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has watched while a new breed of fintech players, led by PayPal, Square and tech giants around the world have exponentially grown users and market...
An Australian Architect’s Dazzling Interpretation of Prairie Style Lists for the First Time
Built in the 1960s and now asking $4.2M, the Frank Lloyd Wright–inspired Mirrabooka House sits on five acres of magnificent gardens.
Pence calls VP-elect Kamala Harris to offer congratulations
Vice President Mike Pence has called his soon-to-be successor Kamala Harris to offer his congratulations, according to two people familiar with the conversation.
Global Colding: Heavy snowfall warnings as heavy avalanche hits Switzerland
Where is Greta Tumberg warming right now when we need her... Authorities in Switzerland have warned of high avalanche risk in mountain regions after avalanche.
Miami mayor considers bitcoin investment to create crypto hotbed
The mayor of Miami wants to make his city more appealing to the tech industry by embracing bitcoin.
Canadian billionaire given the green light to sue Twitter over 'Pizzagate' tweets
Canadian court takes no bribe or bullshit: West Vancouver billionaire Frank Giustra has been given the go-ahead to sue Twitter in a B.C. courtroom over the social media giant’s ...
Jim Jordan tells colleagues 'cancel culture will come for us all'
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) delivers remarks on House floor as Democrats push to impeach Trump.
'The Five' condemn AOC's suggestion on government forces 'reigning in' the media
CNN's Jake Tapper challenges disabled GOP veteran Rep. Brian Mast's patriotism, while AOC calls for restriction of speech; 'The Five' reacts.
Signal Is Down Now, Because of Millions of New Users Joining
Signal has seen millions of new users joining up in the last week.
WhatsApp Delays -or at list this what they say- Data Sharing Change After Backlash
WhatsApp said it would instead "go to people gradually to review the policy at their own pace before new business options are available on May 15.". In other words: they will ki...
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