Monthly Archives: July 2021

Mum criticizes drink deal after daughter bought 10 Jägerbombs for £ 7.50

A mother has criticalIsed a nightclub Jägerbomb drink offer after finding it minor girl “passed out in the doorway” of a nearby bingo hall. Janice Hopper said she was “lucky” to find her 16 years old girl before someoneelse has done so and is now calling on local authorities to …

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New policy guidelines for covid officially released

As of this Sunday, August 1, 2021, residents not vaccinated against covid-19 will no longer be allowed to enter bars or nightclubs. An amendment to the Public Health (Dangerous Infectious Diseases) Act Regulation 2021 (Amendment) (No.11) states that the owner or operator of a bar or nightclub shall only allow …

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Santa Rosa County School District Revises COVID-19 Guidelines For Next School Year

SANTA ROSA COUNTY, Fla. (WKRG) – The Santa Rosa County School District has revised its COVID-19 guidelines for the 2021-2022 school year. Due to the rise in coronavirus cases, the school district has put in place strict guidelines in hopes of keeping students in school for face-to-face instruction. The district …

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New CDC guidelines sparked rush to reimpose mask warrants

Marta Lavandier / AP Joann Marcus of Fort Lauderdale, left, applauds as he listens to the Broward School Board Emergency Meeting Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. A small vocal group has spoken out vehemently against masks, saying their personal rights are being eroded and their children are …

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Orange County Announces Changes to COVID-19 Rules and Guidelines

ORANGE COUNTY, FL – UPDATE: Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings announced a local state of emergency on Wednesday. Learn more about the announcement and read its decree by clicking here. You can find our original story ahead of Wednesday’s announcement below. As Florida sees an increase in the number of …

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Trashy bride slammed for ‘begging’ for free drinks from strangers at bachelorette party

WHETHER you are in a bar, restaurant or nightclub, part of the fun of a bachelorette party is letting EVERYBODY know that you are attending a bachelorette party. But while it’s not uncommon for kind sympathizers to buy the bride a drink, a bachelorette girl has been criticized online for …

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Is the new Coca-Cola Zero Sugar a good mixer for drinks?

What we drink: Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, a reformulated version of the iconic brand’s sugar-free, calorie-free soda. Wait, isn’t this a place where you normally criticize alcohol? Usually, but sometimes we will drink alcohol on the side. Additionally, we’ve already written about Coke products as blenders, so for this review we’re …

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Essential Foreign Ministry guidelines for holidaymakers heading abroad this summer

The big summer getaway heats up in the coming days with many taking a well-deserved vacation. The UK Foreign Office, Commonwealth and Development (FCDO) has published a set of guidelines to help holidaymakers get the most out of any overseas travel and ensure that international travel is as safe and …

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Challenges with Personal Injury Claims Guidelines Growing

The state is bracing for a series of constitutional challenges to new personal injury guidelines that have reduced award levels. The guidelines entered into force in April after being drafted by a judicial commission and approved by a vote of the Judicial Council, made up of the entire judiciary. So …

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PepsiCo Boosts Profit Forecast As Demand For Non-Alcoholic Beverages Rises; Plans to increase the prices of its products

PepsiCo Inc plans to increase the prices of its products this year, the company said after raising its full-year profit forecast due to growing demand for its non-alcoholic beverages following the COVID-19 pandemic. PepsiCo Inc plans to increase the prices of its products this year, the company said after raising …

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