Processo seletivo Prefeitura de Santa Rita do Trivelato – MT: 10 vagas

Está sendo realizado no estado de Mato Grosso, o processo seletivo Prefeitura de Santa Rita do Trivelato, que oferta cargos com salários de até R$ 6 mil.

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Quarto álbum foi o ápice da banda Led Zeppelin

A terceira parte da história do grupo, que em 1970 era considerado o futuro do rock, conta sobre o álbum sem nome, que ficou conhecido como Led Zeppelin IV

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CDC endorses 3rd vaccine option from J&J

A U.S. advisory panel has endorsed the new one-dose COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson as a third option to bolster the national effort against the coronavirus pandemic.

Advisers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted overwhelmingly to recommend the vaccine for adults 18 years old and up. The ruling followed emergency clearance of the vaccine by U.S. regulators a day earlier.

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Members of the group emphasized that all three vaccines now available in the U.S. are highly protective against the worst effects of the virus, including hospitalization and death.

J&J plans to ship several million vaccine doses to states in the coming week, delivering a total of 20 million shots by the end of March. Health officials are eager to have an easier-to-use vaccine against COVID-19, which has killed more than 511,000 Americans and continues to mutate in troubling ways.

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CDC recommendations are not binding on state governments or doctors, but are widely heeded by the medical community. The same CDC panel previously recommended use of the two vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna authorized in December.

Great-granddaughter of Tuskegee study victim gets vaccine

Black adults are more hesitant to trust medical scientists, embrace the use of experimental medical treatments and sign up for a potential vaccine to combat the disease. One reason is lack of trust in medical research systems and incidents like the Tuskegee Experiment.

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Some GOP state lawmakers help spread COVID-19 misinformation

In their own comments or by inviting skeptics to testify at legislative hearings, some GOP state lawmakers are using their platform to promote false information about the virus, the steps needed to limit its spread and the vaccines that will pull the nation out of the pandemic.

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