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By intimidating the island, he succeeded in electrifying the people to support his greatest rival – President Tsai Ing-wen of the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party.
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The Indian Ocean island nation has registered 527 infections and two deaths, both in Toamasina.
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For now, Hawaii still has a 14-day quarantine requirement until at least June 30 for people flying to the islands which naturally restricts any tourists.
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On Georgia’s Tybee Island, the beach was filled with families, but at a nearby grocery store, staff members handed customers gloves and a number to keep track of how many people were inside.
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Two light fixtures hang over a center island that contains the oven.
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With the Mid-Hudson and Long Island regions poised to start reopening this week, Gov.
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“I worry about class and race diversity and diversity in gender identity,” said Carolyn Betensky, a associate professor of English at the University of Rhode Island and a founding member of Tenure for the Common Good, an organization of tenured professors from across the country who advocate on behalf of their non-tenure track colleagues.
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Physical examinations were limited to once per day to reduce the chances of spreading the coronavirus responsible for putting Panzok, 66, of New York City, in North Shore University Hospital, part of Northwell Health, on Long Island in mid-March.