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Feb 18, 2021
New York releases COVID vaccination data showing race, ethnicity - Latinos only 1.9 percent Vaccinated.

In Western New York, 91.6% of the total individuals who have at least one dose of the vaccine have been White, followed by 3.8% Black, 2% Asian and Hispanic/Latino 1.9% BUFFALO, N.Y. — For the first time, New York State has released statewide COVID-19 vaccination data that breaks down both race and ethnicity. The information, […]

Feb 17, 2021
Ford solo venderá autos totalmente eléctricos en Europa en 2030

  FRANKFURT, Alemania (AP) - Ford anunció un importante impulso hacia los vehículos eléctricos en Europa, prometiendo convertir toda su línea de automóviles de pasajeros en el continente a eléctricos para 2030. Ford gastará mil millones de dólares para renovar su fábrica en Colonia, Alemania y convertirla en una base para la producción de automóviles […]

Feb 17, 2021
Bad Bunny se convierte en el nuevo campeón 24/7 de la WWE

El cantante de música urbana Bad Bunny sigue cosechando éxitos en la World Wrestling Entertainment, mejor conocida como la WWE. Esta noche, durante la emisión del programa RAW, transmitido por el canal USA, el intérprete fue coronado como el nuevo campeón 24/7 de la organización. El título es otorgado a cualquier personalidad, sin importar si […]

Feb 17, 2021
Mexican tourism body aims to spark state-backed solar blitz

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico is crafting a plan to promote state-backed solar power generation that could spur well over $1 billion in investment, benefit local communities and help the government meet environmental targets, a senior official said on Tuesday. Rogelio Jimenez Pons, director general of the National Fund for Tourism Promotion (Fonatur), said the […]

Feb 17, 2021
Trump arremete contra Mitch McConnell, líder del Senado, tras críticas

Donald Trump instó el martes a los senadores republicanos a echar a Mitch McConnell como su líder en el Senado luego de las críticas fulminantes del legislador al expresidente estadounidense al cabo de su juicio político. "El Partido Republicano nunca más podrá ser respetado o fuerte con 'líderes' políticos como el senador Mitch McConnell a […]

Feb 17, 2021
Doctors who say no to opioid use face threats from patients

One patient threatened to shoot Dr. Terry Hunt if physical therapy didn’t relieve his pain as effectively as opioids did. Another harassed his staff, then roamed a hospital searching for Hunt after being told he would be weaned off painkillers he had used inappropriately. Hunt was unharmed, but shaken enough to ask the central Illinois […]

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Feb 23, 2021
Who made the list of the most powerful people in the Buffalo business community? Business First starts the annual countdown on Feb. 22.

The Power 250 is Business First's annual list of the most influential people in Western New York. This year's rankings have been released in five daily installments, leading up to this very moment — the unveiling of 2019's top 10. https://www.bizjournals.com/buffalo/news/feature/power-250/2021

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Feb 23, 2021
What Happens When People Stop Going to the Doctor? We’re About to Find Out

A year of missed preventive medical care is endangering minority communities By Wayne A.I. Frederick Dr. Frederick is the president of Howard University and a professor of surgery at Howard University School of Medicine. The coronavirus pandemic has yet to end, but we are already beginning to feel the aftershocks. Even as thousands of Americans […]

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Feb 21, 2021
The Seneca Nation teaming up with regional health care providers to protect Native Americans from the coronavirus

By: Edwin Martinez Buffalo, NY - The nonprofit JC Seneca Foundation hosted a pop-up vaccination clinic at the Native American Community Services Building on Grant Street in Buffalo Saturday. The foundation's founder says that clinic was the result of a new partnership with Dr. Raul Vazquez of G-Health Enterprises/Urban Family Practice, meant to bring much-need […]

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