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Twitter spokesperson Katie Rosborough said in a statement to Global News that his tweets contained "potentially misleading information about voting processes."
Make no mistake: This is not your father’s — or grandfather’s — capsule.
Nearly 39 million Americans have filed for unemployment in the same time period.
Zoom, which has become a staple during the coronavirus pandemic because it allows people to meet online rather than in person, said the problems seemed to affect a limited number of users.
Under the new rules, foreign semiconductor makers must obtain a license from U.S. officials in order to ship to Huawei-designed semiconductors to the Chinese company that were produced using U.S. technology.
Investigators have struggled to find around 2,000 people wanted for testing, an effort complicated by public criticism of the clubgoers and concerns about discrimination against the LGBTQ community.
"Intel is well positioned to work with the U.S. government to operate a U.S.-owned commercial foundry and supply a broad range of secure microelectronics," the company said in a statement.
Singapore has reported 20 deaths and 22,460 COVID-19 cases as of Saturday, according to data tracked by Johns Hopkins University.
Rutgers received the U.S. FDA's permission last month to collect saliva samples from patients at test sites and Friday's decision expands the permission to sample collection at the convenience of people's homes.
In addition to the QAnon accounts, Facebook also removed accounts linked to VDARE, a U.S. website known for posting anti-immigration content.
Australia has been one of the most successful countries in fighting the coronavirus pandemic, recording just 83 deaths and 6,700 cases.
Government Services Minister Stuart Robert said there would there will be no surveillance involved with the app, which is to be ready within weeks.
Hundreds logged onto a 'Final Fantasy 14' server and marched through the game world to honour one player who died after contracting the novel coronavirus.
The idea is to help national governments roll out apps for so-called "contact tracing" that will run on iPhones and Android phones alike.
The company released reports for 131 countries with charts that compare traffic to retail and recreational venues, train and bus stations, grocery stores and workplaces with a five-week period earlier this year.
The worsening pandemic has drawn a new focus on more invasive, but powerful, tools to flatten the curve: people's phones.