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FDA experts among group opposing US booster shot plan

An international group of scientists, including two top U.S. regulators, stated Monday in a scientific publication that the ordinary person doesn’t require a COVID-19 booster just yet. The specialists looked at studies on the vaccinations’ effectiveness and found that, despite the extra-contagious delta variation, the doses are effective, especially against severe sickness.

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Global chip shortage could make Apple products even more expensive

Future Apple products, such as the iPhone 13, may become more expensive as a result of chip shortages and rising supplier prices. According to Nikkei Asia sources, Apple’s main chip supplier TSMC is raising its fabrication prices in response to the ongoing global semiconductor shortage. That means Apple may have to pay more for chip production and may have to pass the costs on to customers.

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Howland comes together for a community celebration

Edna and Maureisa Winkleman were relieved to be able to watch a parade before the first float passed and the first piece of candy was tossed. “It’s nice to be able to get out and see other people,” Warren resident Edna said. “They’ve been cooped up for so long, and it’s nice to finally be able to get out.”

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