You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticePrincess Eugenie has given birth to a baby boy and shared a picture of the precious moment he grabbed his mother and father Jack Brooksbank hand for the first time.The newest member of the royal family was born today, Tuesday February 9 at 8:55am, and weighs just 8lbs and 1oz.The palace released an official announcement on the Royal Family Twitter account alongside a picture of the happy couple saying: “Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie was safely delivered of a son today, 9th February 2021, at 0855hrs at The Portland Hospital. Jack Brooksbank was present. The baby weighs 8lbs 1oz.”Read MoreEx Celtic WAG Lisa Hague floored by grief for stillborn Lola during lockdownThe statement went on to say: “The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Duke of York, Sarah, Duchess of York, and Mr and Mrs George Brooksbank have been informed and are delighted with the news.
Following in the Footsteps of HoloLens and MetaAs far as what you can actually do with a Magic Leap One, the company initial suggestions hew closely to the use cases Microsoft and Meta tout for their current MR headsets. Virtual desktop leads the list. I played with Meta version and it a cool concept, although I think it will be a couple years before all the pieces are in place to make it ready for the broader marketplace.
The organizations’ analysis demonstrates that there has been an increase in the severity of the attacks, as well as the number of attacks. The report cites arbitrary arrests, acts of defamation, stigmatization, and harassment as the most common types of human rights attacks seen in Venezuela. However, the organizations also point to a rise in attacks against the media and organizations defending the right to information, such as the National Press Workers’ Union..
After Vice President Kamala Harris received her second dose of the COVID 19 vaccine in a televised event at the National Institutes of Health in January, Rep. Joyce Beatty (D Ohio) phone lit up with calls from constituents who were “newly curious” about getting vaccinated themselves, she told The New York Times. As Beatty explained, watching a Black woman receive the vaccine “gave people hope and gave people education.” Black Americans are nearly three times more likely to die from the coronavirus, the Times notes, but they are far less likely to be inoculated, in large part because of a lack of access, but also, some experts have pointed out, because of longstanding wariness about government driven health programs.