Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Monday said he would not wear a face mask after his recovery from COVID 19, in spite of widespread support from top officials and the public for the measure. In his first news conference since testing positive for COVID 19 on Jan. 24, Lopez Obrador brushed aside repeated questions from reporters about whether he would wear a mask to help contain the spread of the coronavirus.
I cooked dinner again shepherd’s pie. We have a limited range of dinners, but I bet everyone does. The trick is to not cook them too often this felt like a delicious treat, though there wasn’t enough potato topping for my greedy liking. Too much force and you’ll do more damage to your beloved Ray Bans. Proceed by using both your hands to hold the frame of the sunglasses. This will provide a steady support as you slowly but very firmly use force to push the old lenses off the sunglasses.
Lastly, enjoy a quiet day at home in front of the tube wearing slip on shoes in the form of sleepwear. The Slip On Slippers come in brown and tan or black and grey and are perfect for watching the game from your living room. These are stylish slip on shoes you never need to leave the house in! Pull your favorite hooded sweatshirt over your head and call it a day..
But the biggest controversy surrounding Facebook so far has been the Cambridge Analytica scandal that had Zuckerberg depose before the US Parliament to explain how user data of 87 million Facebook users could be mined for political advertising. The US regulators recently settled the data privacy scandal with Facebook after enforcing a fine of $5 billion (roughly Rs. 38,159 crores)..
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