Religious objections to the Covid vaccine may come from ‘the church of one’

Employers should avoid deepening the beliefs professed by workers when raising religious objections to compulsory Covid-19 injections, even if they have neutral faith in or actively endorse the Covid-19 vaccination, have said labor lawyers. This may mean dealing with demands from Catholic workers, for example, despite Pope Francis publicly urging …

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A game changer in the healthcare industry

by Analytics Insight November 29, 2021 Find out how WhatsApp chatbots are effectively transforming healthcare Since the digital revolution has accelerated, AI has been one of the widely accepted technological solutions. While companies across industries have been quick enough to embrace technology to deliver premium customer experiences, the healthcare industry …

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Investigation into Theo Hayez begins: Belgian teenager expelled from Byron Bay bar before disappearing

Belgian teenager Theo Hayez was kicked out of a bar in Byron Bay without having had a chance to tell his friends the night he disappeared two years ago. An investigation into the 18-year-old’s disappearance revealed that the deportation caused great distress to his family. Theo was nearing the end …

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Cross-border workers without electricity invited to find “alternative accommodation”

Cross-border workers who are still without electricity are invited to find “alternative accommodation” for this evening. The Scottish Borders Council says around 6,500 people have been affected. And that said many could face another night without electricity. A spokesperson said: “From conversations with Scottish Power Energy Networks, it is evident …

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Gippsland COVID-19 figures creep up to 342

COVID-19 numbers have continued to remain stubbornly high in Victoria, despite the state having exceeded the 90% full vaccination rate, and the same is true for Gippsland where there has been a slight increase in these. days. As the state added 1,252 new cases of COVID-19, reported on Saturday, November …

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State government successfully transforms asbestos-riddled public housing into housing for foreign students – The Betoota Advocate

EFFIE BATEMAN | Way of life | CONTACT With the opening of international borders, the state government has implemented plans to make money for international students. Between the dismantling of historic buildings for new student accommodation and the reallocation of existing properties, a government employee hit the absolute jackpot when …

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Stressed about planning a vacation? These “travel clubs” promise VIP-style service and benefits

MARIE-FRANCE DALY has a subscription for almost everything. The McLean, Va. Life coach uses her Amazon Prime membership to shop. Netflix and Hulu entertain her on demand. Blinkist keeps her informed by sending summaries of non-fiction books, and Insight Timer, a wellness app, keeps her centered. And this winter, when …

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Changes to MIQ: What you need to know before booking a trip abroad

The announcement that New Zealand’s border restrictions will begin to ease from mid-January was not only good news for Kiwis who have been stranded abroad during the pandemic. Many New Zealand-based Kiwis and expats will now be able to start planning international trips, knowing that it will soon be much …

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Afghan refugees in emergency shelters increasingly desperate

Construction of emergency housing in Almere. Photo: Sem van der Wal ANP Afghan evacuees who stayed in emergency accommodation after arriving in the Netherlands in August and September are increasingly desperate at the lack of perspective, broadcaster NOS reports. Some 2,000 Afghans who have helped Dutch police forces and NGOs …

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YHA New Zealand closes all hostels after 90 years

To travel Nov 24, 2021 10:33 PM2 minutes to read End of an era: YHA Mount Cook Village will close with the eleven YHA New Zealand inns. Photo / Getty Images, Craig Pershouse The New Zealand Youth Hostels Association (YHA) will close its eleven hostels on December 15, after 89 …

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