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LONDON — Countries across the world rushed Friday to identify potential cases and halt travel from southern Africa where a new variant of Covid-19 emerged as a sudden source of global alarm. The World Health Organization (WHO) convened for an emergency meeting to assess the variant, currently identified as B.1.1.529. Maria Van Kerkhove, an infectious disease epidemiologist and Covid-19 technical lead at the World Health Organization said Thursday that if it was designated it would be given a Greek name. "We don't know very much about this yet, what we do know is that this variant has a large number of mutations," Van Kerkhove said in a video on Thursday. But Van Kerkhove said it was good that the mutations had been detected, as it meant that there was a system in place.
Persons: Ursula von der Leyen, , Jenny Harries, Waldo Swiegers, Naftali Bennett, Maria Van Kerkhove, Van Kerkhove Organizations: World Health Organization, WHO, European Union, Reuters, The, Health Security Agency, . Health Security Agency, , Bloomberg, Getty Locations: Africa, South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Eswatini, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Israel, Singapore, Japan, Croatia, South, Hong Kong, Malawi
Governments around the globe have restricted travel to and from southern Africa in an effort to contain a fast-spreading new variant of the coronavirus that scientists say may be more contagious and could render current vaccines less effective. Here is what we know so far. What have scientists in South Africa found? Scientists studying the coronavirus genome in South Africa found a small but rapidly rising number of Covid-19 cases associated with a new coronavirus variant in Gauteng province, home to the political and economic capitals of Pretoria and Johannesburg.
Locations: Africa, South Africa, Gauteng province, Pretoria, Johannesburg
“This is going to be a narrow slice of what happened,” said civil attorney Dan Kaiser, who represents several alleged Epstein victims though none involved in this particular trial. And those four, now-grown, women will take the stand and testify against Maxwell, prosecutors have said. Both Epstein and Maxwell knew that some of the victims were minors, the prosecutors say. And as part of her alleged scheme, prosecutors say, Maxwell worked with Epstein to entice the minor victims to travel to his luxury residences across the globe. Alleged Epstein victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre, in a September 2019 “Dateline” interview, stated that Maxwell lured her into the financier’s web.
Persons: Jeffrey Epstein’s, Ghislaine Maxwell, Maxwell, Epstein, Britain’s Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, Leslie Wexner, Alison Nathan, , Dan Kaiser, “ Maxwell, Jennifer Araoz, Araoz, , Plaintiff, ” Maxwell, Ian, patsy ”, patsy, Ghislaine, Audrey Strauss, Maxwell “, Robert Maxwell, Nathan, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, Giuffre, prim, ” Giuffre, Andrew, ” Araoz Organizations: Southern, of, NBC, Kaiser, CBS, FBI Locations: British, Ohio, of New York, Manhattan, Bedford , New Hampshire, Brooklyn, Palm Beach , Florida, Santa Fe , New Mexico, New Jersey, Paris, New Hampshire, Trump’s, Lago
Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi did not buy a $25 million mansion in Florida this week, contrary to claims circulating online. A reverse image search revealed the 10,000 square foot mansion listed on property platforms Zillow and Sotheby’s (here), (, (, (here). One social media user, who tweeted on Nov. 23, said: “Nancy Pelosi just bought a 11,000 square foot $25 million mansion in Florida. There has been no involvement with Nancy Pelosi or any other political figure in either of these two transactions,” he added. Nancy Pelosi did not buy a $25 million mansion in Florida this week.
Persons: Nancy Pelosi, Pelosi, “ Nancy Pelosi, , Beth Bourque, Rob Thomson, ” Thomson, Drew Hamill, Reuters Pelosi, Read Organizations: California’s, Facebook, Southern Shore Properties, South, Reuters, Southern Shore, Waterfront Properties, Admirals Locations: Florida, South Beach, Congress, Zillow, California, Beach, Jupiter
About 110,000 empties are stacked at port terminals on a typical day, officials say, and thousands more are piled in private yards and even scattered along streets. Each terminal will only accept certain boxes for certain ocean carriers on certain days. Terminals know one way to help shipping customers retrieve boxes is to accept more empty containers and free up truck chassis. The terminal, which accepts boxes for five ocean carriers, leased 20 acres of nearby land, increasing its storage capacity for empty containers to 19,000 boxes from 6,500. Some exporters say the ocean carriers’ drive to get boxes quickly back to Asia for imports has hurt their business.
Persons: Mario Cordero, Gene Seroka, Seroka, , Leslie Luna, Luna, Robyn Beck, Ian Weiland, Weiland, Alan McCorkle, McCorkle, Greg Jackson, Paul Berger Organizations: Shipping, Beacon Economics, Son’s Trucking, Calif, Getty, Harbor Trucking Association, Transports, Yusen, Port, Border, Agriculture Transportation Coalition, Paul.Berger Locations: Southern California, Asia, U.S, Los Angeles, Long, of Long Beach, of Los Angeles, San Bernardino, California, Commerce, Long Beach, Port of Los Angeles, Brawley, Calif
Governments around the globe, including the U.S., have restricted travel from southern Africa in an effort to contain the fast-spreading new Omicron variant of the coronavirus. The World Health Organization on Friday declared Omicron, which is also known as B.1.1.529, a “variant of concern,” indicating that it carries higher risks than other virus strains. What has the WHO said about the Omicron variant? The World Health Organization said there was preliminary evidence that the variant, which was first detected on Nov. 9, might pose a greater risk of people falling ill with Covid-19 for a second time. It also said that the variant might be more transmissible than other strains of the coronavirus, citing Omicron’s rapid spread in South Africa over the past two weeks.
Organizations: World Health Organization, WHO Locations: U.S, Africa, South Africa
On the Front Lines of the Supply-Chain Crisis
  + stars: | 2021-11-26 | by ( Paul Ziobro | Paul Berger | Costas Paris | )   time to read: +18 min
Shipping lines, port workers, truckers, warehouse operators, railways and retailers blame each other for the imbalances and delays. “The term I’ve used is commercial gridlock,” said Mr. Mattingly, 60, who owns his own big rig. His trucking business has increased steadily since the start of the pandemic, Mr. Mattingly said, and rising rates have boosted his income. In August Mr. Mattingly had a heart attack, his third. “What has me worried the most with supply chain shortages is parts,” Mr. Mattingly said.
Persons: , Butoi, Madalin Butoi, “ I’ve, , , ” Mr, Justin Spencer, Mr, Spencer, “ Justin Spencer, Kelli Boyd, Justin Spencer’s, West, Jennifer West, Ms, Jen ”, Mike Mattingly, Mattingly, it’s, he’s, , ’ Lori Griffin’s, Lori Griffin, ” Ms, Griffin, “ I’m, Dave Erazo, GABBY JONES, Erazo, Gene J, We’re Organizations: Hyundai Prestige, Port, Cargo, Covid, Ship Management Corp, Greece’s Capital, Partners, , Wall Street Journal, Savannah, Wall Street, Shipping, Railway Co, Truckers, BNSF Railway, . Railroad, Army Reserve, Kith, Freightliner, Sweetwater Sound Inc, Sweetwater Sound, FedEx, UPS, The Wall, Associated Press Labor, Walmart Inc Locations: Los Angeles, Savannah , Ga, Alabama, U.S, Port of Los Angeles, South America, Romania, Philippines, Singapore, Asia, Port of Savannah, Savannah, Ga, Southern California, Panama, Chicago, West Coast, Ala, Carlisle , Penn, Florida, Bear, Fort Wayne, Ind, Sweetwater, Sunnyside , Queens, N.Y, Queens , N.Y, Sunnyside
For many, shopping in stores on Black Friday is a social ritual they are eager to resume. Sixty-one percent of shoppers surveyed by the NRF said they had started their holiday shopping before Thanksgiving, up from 51% a decade ago. Andrew Diaz said he completed more than half of his holiday shopping before Thanksgiving. This year, Ms. Hinds, who lives in Greenville, S.C., plans to do all her holiday shopping online. Are you changing your holiday shopping plans because of them?
Persons: , Greg Revelle, , Caleb Reed, Andrew Diaz, “ I’m, Brian Field, Singer, Malia, Emily Essner, ” Lana Hinds, Hinds, Dow Jones, Suzanne Kapner Organizations: Retailers, Kohl’s Corp, National Retail Federation, Adobe Inc, Walmart Inc, Target Corp, Gap Inc, Urban Outfitters Inc, Adobe, Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc, Solutions, Sensormatic Solutions, Walmart, Macy’s Inc, Saks, Street, Wall Street Locations: Boise , Idaho, Costa Mesa, Calif, Asia, Southern California, Greenville, S.C
JOHANNESBURG—Dozens of countries restricted travel to and from South Africa and neighboring nations Friday, hoping to contain a fast-spreading new variant of the coronavirus that scientists say may be more contagious and could render the current crop of Covid-19 vaccines less effective. Experts from the World Health Organization were due to meet later Friday to decide whether to declare the new strain—currently known as B.1.1.529—a “variant of concern.” The WHO uses this label for virus strains that have been proven to be more contagious, lead to more serious illness or decrease the effectiveness of public-health measures, tests, treatments or vaccines.
Organizations: World Health Organization, WHO Locations: JOHANNESBURG, South Africa
Governments around the globe have restricted travel to and from southern Africa in an effort to contain a fast-spreading new variant of the coronavirus that scientists say may be more contagious and could render current vaccines less effective. The Biden administration will restrict travel to the U.S. from South Africa and seven other countries beginning Monday, according to senior officials. Outside of southern Africa, the variant has also been identified in travelers to Belgium, Israel and Hong Kong. The new version of the virus, identified as B.1.1.529, has been designated the Omicron variant by the World Health Organization. The WHO said preliminary evidence suggested the variant could increase reinfections and could be more transmissible than other strains.
Persons: Biden Organizations: World Health Organization, WHO Locations: Africa, South Africa, Belgium, Israel, Hong Kong
A man enters the headquarters of the World Health Organization (WHO) on June 15, 2021 in Geneva, Switzerland. The World Health Organization will meet on Friday to discuss a new heavily-mutated variant of Covid-19. The variant known as B.1.1.529 has been detected in small numbers in South Africa, WHO officials said. The U.K. Health Security Agency is investigating the variant, which Health Secretary Sajid Javid said is "potentially concerning." The South African rand nosedived on Friday morning to more than 16.2 against the dollar as investors rushed for cover.
Persons: 1.1.529, Tulio de Oliveira, Maria Van Kerkhove, Sajid Javid, Joe Phaahla Organizations: World Health Organization, WHO, South Africa Department of Health, Health Security Agency, African Health Locations: Geneva, Switzerland, South Africa, Lesotho, Botswana, Namibia, Eswatini, Zimbabwe, Hong Kong, Gauteng, South, Europe
A new coronavirus variant — B.1.1.529 — is rapidly spreading in southern Africa. It's prompting the European Commission to consider a flight ban from the region. The UK restricted travel to and from six southern African countries on Thursday. —Ursula von der Leyen (@vonderleyen) November 26, 2021Von der Leyen did not say what countries a European flight ban might target. The coronavirus variant was initially identified in Botswana, and appears to be responsible for an uptick in coronavirus cases in South Africa.
Persons: Ursula von der Leyen, — Ursula von der Leyen, Von der Leyen Organizations: Commission, Service, European, EU, States Locations: Africa, European Union, Botswana, South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Eswatini, Zimbabwe
Image South Africans faced pending travel restrictions in several countries within hours of the announcement about the new variant. This time, restrictions came within hours of South Africa’s announcement — and hours before health officials from the country were scheduled to discuss the variant with the World Health Organization. Britain and Israel announced bans on flights from South Africa and several neighboring countries on Thursday, citing the threat of the new variant. Britain’s flight ban applies to six countries — South Africa, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia and Zimbabwe — and begins at noon local time on Friday. So far only a few dozen cases have been identified in South Africa, Hong Kong, Israel and Botswana.
Persons: Siphiwe Sibeko, Zimbabwe —, ” Sajid Javid, Roberto Speranza, Ursula von der Leyen, — Ursula von der Leyen, , Tulio de Oliveira, Emma Bubola, John Yoon Organizations: World Health Organization, Twitter, States, Beta, Natal Research Locations: Britain, Israel, Italy, Singapore, South Africa, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Zimbabwe, British, Malta, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, Johannesburg, Hong Kong, Germany, KwaZulu
Israel has reported its first COVID-19 case involving a "worrying" new coronavirus variant. The variant, which appears to have emerged in southern Africa, is concerning experts. Two other people who have returned from abroad could also be carrying the coronavirus variant, the ministry said. Health officials in South Africa said Thursday that 82 cases of the B.1.1.529 variant had been detected in South Africa, Botswana, and Hong Kong, Insider's Dr Catherine Schuster-Bruce reported. Israel announced on Thursday that it was restricting travel to and from southern Africa because of the B.1.1.529 variant, Reuters reported.
Persons: Israel, Insider's, Catherine Schuster, Bruce, haven't, Ravi Gupta, I've Organizations: Service, Health, country's, Cambridge University, Twitter, Reuters, World Health Organization, WHO Locations: Israel, Malawi, Africa, South Africa, Botswana, Hong Kong
Andrew Burton/Getty ImagesGlobal stocks are cratering after a new, highly mutated COVID variant was discovered in South Africa. Another said investors are simply taking no chance as they wait for more details about the new variant. Global stocks are being hammered on Friday after a new, heavily mutated COVID variant was identified in South Africa, causing countries to limit travel and sparking fears of another wave of cases. Poor liquidity is driving volatility"US equity futures shot lower from the moment they opened overnight on the new Covid variant news," said Steen Jakobsen, chief investment officer at Saxo Bank. "There are now fears that the highly mutated COVID strain discovered in states in Southern Africa will prompt fresh shutdowns.
Persons: Andrew Burton, Dow Jones, Steen Jakobsen, Jeffrey Halley, Emmanuel Cau, Susannah Streeter, Hargreaves Lansdown, Jay Powell's Organizations: Getty, Analysts, Global, Tokyo's Nikkei, Saxo Bank, Swiss, Barclays Locations: South Africa, Hong Kong, Europe, Southern Africa
Belgium recorded its first case of the new coronavirus variant seen spreading in southern Africa, its health minister said Friday. Previous cases had been restricted to South Africa, Botswana, and a single case in Hong Kong, which was imported by a traveler. The origin of the variant is unclear, but it is spreading in South Africa. —Tulio de Oliveira (@Tuliodna) November 25, 2021The UK restricted flights from Botswana, South Africa, and four other southern African nations on Thursday. Germany and Belgium imposed flight bans from southern African countries on Friday, while the European Union is considering a bloc-wide ban.
Persons: Frank Vandenbroucke, De Morgen, Vandenbroucke, Laatste Nieuws, 1.1.529, — Tulio de Oliveira Organizations: Delta, European Locations: Belgium, Africa, South Africa, Botswana, Hong Kong, country's, , Germany, European Union
The B.1.1.529 variant has been detected in South Africa, Botswana, Hong Kong, and Israel. BioNTech said it would know in two weeks whether its shot works against the variant. Scientists and health officials are closely tracking the B.1.1.529 variant detected in South Africa, Botswana, Hong Kong, and Israel. "We understand the concern of experts and have immediately initiated investigations on variant B.1.1.529," BioNTech told Insider. It is currently unknown whether the mutations make the B.1.1.529 variant more infectious or deadly.
Persons: BioNTech, 1.1.529 Organizations: Financial Times, Service, Pfizer, BioNTech, South Africa's Department of Health, Beta Locations: South Africa, Botswana, Hong Kong, Israel, Africa, Malawi, Gauteng
A new coronavirus variant was detected in southern Africa. Fauci said that there is "no indication" the variant is currently in the US. Watch Fauci speak here:The variant, B.1.1.529, has been found primarily in South Africa and Botswana. The UK on Thursday instituted a flight ban South Africa, Botswana, and six southern African nations. The European Union is also considering a flight ban on unspecified southern African nations.
Persons: Fauci, Anthony Fauci, CNN's Organizations: Service, European Locations: Africa, South Africa, Botswana, Hong Kong, Belgium
B.1.1.529 is spreading rapidly in South Africa and may be harder to contain than prior variants. The new variant, B.1.1.529, appears to have spread rapidly in South Africa. European Commissioner Ursula von der Leyen said Thursday the EU planned to introduce a bloc-wide ban on air travel from South Africa and neighboring countries, Reuters reported. India told individual states to screen and test travellers from South Africa and other "at risk" countries, Reuters reported. As of Friday, the Africa CDC said the B.1.1.529 had been detected in 77 samples from South Africa, 4 from Botswana, and 1 from Hong Kong.
Persons: Sajid Javid, Javid, Ursula von der Leyen, 1.1.529, Anthony Fauci, Jenny Harries Organizations: Service, Politico, Reuters, Disease Control, Prevention, World Health Organization, NBC News, Africa CDC, UK Health Security Agency Locations: Europe, Asia, South Africa, Germany, France, Italy, India, Japan, Israel, Botswana, Hong Kong, Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, Africa, Geneva
EU countries agree to suspend travel to southern Africa
  + stars: | 2021-11-26 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
Passengers wearing protective face masks walk at Fiumicino Airport on the day EU governments agreed a "safe list" of 14 countries for which they will allow non-essential travel starting from July, following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Rome, Italy, June 30, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo MangiapaneBRUSSELS, Nov 26 (Reuters) - European Union states have agreed to suspend travel from southern Africa after the detection of a new COVID-19 variant, the presidency of the EU said on Friday. A committee of health experts from all 27 EU states "agreed on the need to activate the emergency break & impose temporary restriction on all travel into EU from southern Africa", the Slovenian presidency of the EU said on Twitter. Restrictions will apply to Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe, European Commission spokesperson Eric Mamer said on Twitter. The new coronavirus variant, first detected in South Africa, has caused global alarm as researchers seek to find out if it is vaccine-resistant.
Persons: Guglielmo Mangiapane BRUSSELS, Eric Mamer, Francesco Guarascio, Gabriela Baczynska, Philip Blenkinsop, Kevin Liffey Organizations: Fiumicino, REUTERS, Union, Twitter, European, Thomson Locations: Rome, Italy, Africa, EU, Slovenian, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe
TV OT is a weekly look at what CNN's entertainment team is watching since too much television has us all working overtime. "The Beatles: Get Back" (Nov. 25, Disney+)'The Beatles: Get Back' (Disney+). While Jackson is clearly content to let the Beatles do the talking, a bit more curating certainly wouldn't have hurt. ET, CW)'The Waltons: Homecoming' features (from left to right) Callaway Corrick, Tatum Sue Matthews, Marcelle LeBlanc, and Logan Shroyer (Tom Griscom/The CW). return to Waltons Mountain, again in TV movie form.
Persons: Peter Jackson's, Brian Wilson, Paul Thomas Anderson, Gucci, Nash, Don Johnson, Cheech Marin, Bon Appetit, Nixon, Vin Scully, Gary, Cooper Hoffman, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Alana, Alana Haim, Gary's, Bradley Cooper, Jon Peters, Sean Penn, it's, Anderson, Haim, Peter Jackson, Michael Lindsay, Hogg, Jackson, that's, lauding, Bruce Springsteen, Elton John, John, George Martin, Brian, Wilson, Callaway Corrick, Tatum Sue Matthews, Marcelle LeBlanc, Logan Shroyer, Tom Griscom, Richard Thomas, Bellamy Young, Olivia, John Boy, David Moir, Joe, Cheech Organizations: CNN, Disney, Beach Boys, Southern California's, CBS, Boys, Waltons, Warner Bros . Television, USA Locations: Southern, Southern California's San Fernando, WarnerMedia, USA
It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without surprises from relatives — and turkeys certainly have surprising relatives: meat-eating theropod dinosaurs. Of course, it wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without surprises from relatives — and turkeys certainly have surprising relatives: meat-eating theropod dinosaurs like Tyrannosaurus rex. In fact, Tyrannosaurus rex, the king of the dinosaurs, and living turkeys shared a common ancestor about 190 million years ago. Tyrannosaurus rex. In the Late Cretaceous, the ancestors of modern turkeys were most likely in the Southern Hemisphere, thousands of miles from North America.
Persons: rex, dino granddaddies, Roger Harris, Tyrannosaurus, haven’t Organizations: Pilgrims, Northeastern, Getty, Southern, Southwestern Locations: New England, Plymouth , Massachusetts, , Northeastern U.S, South America, Asia, Western U.S, North America, Mexico, Southwestern U.S, U.S, Canada, Southeast Asia, Africa, India
The Alameda County Community Food Bank in Oakland is dealing with the toll of rising food prices and supply chain issues as it serves families grappling with food insecurity. Over the past year, food prices have increased 5.3 percent, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Because of food price increases, the food bank is spending an additional $60,000 on food per month. Feeding America predicts that 42 million people — about 1 in 8 — may experience food insecurity, compared to about 1 in 9 in 2019, the lowest point reached then since food insecurity began being measured in the 1990s, according to the report. The Los Angeles food bank has been minimally impacted by the surge in food prices and supply chain issues because the majority of its food is donated and sourced locally.
Persons: , Elizabeth Gomez, Gomez, who’s, ” Gomez, , Olivia Cervantes, Hilda Solis, Ringo Chiu, ” Cervantes, Cervantes Organizations: Alameda County Community Food Bank, U.S . Bureau of Labor Statistics, Costco, America, Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, Volunteers, of Southern, Angeles, AmeriCorps, Los Angeles Regional Food, Alameda County Community Food, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: ANAHEIM, California, Alameda County, Oakland, United States, County, Rosemead, of Southern California, Angeles County, ” California, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles
Leaders at the U niversity of Southern California’s social-work school recently informed their master’s students that they were re-examining several aspects of the program, including trying to terminate its contract with 2U, Inc., the for-profit tech company that operates the school’s online component. However, when asked by The Wall Street Journal for specifics of the contract renegotiations, USC provost Charles F. Zukoski, in a statement, said the school of social work contract runs through 2030 and the university, which has multiple contracts with 2U to operate several online degree programs, intends to “work with our partner 2U.”
Persons: Charles F Organizations: Wall Street, USC Locations: Southern
In 14 states, cases have climbed by 40 percent or more. Daily average new cases in the Midwest Michigan Mich. 80 cases per 100,000 82 Minnesota Minn. 75 Wisconsin Wis. 62 North Dakota N.D. 61 Ohio Ohio 48 Indiana Ind. But in most states where cases have risen drastically in the past two weeks, hospitalizations are also starting to rise. Hospitalizations in states where new cases are surging Michigan Mich. 40 hospitalized per 100,000 37 Pennsylvania Pa. 28 New Hampshire N.H. 25 Indiana Ind. In the northern part of the region, cases in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming have abated somewhat from worrisome recent peaks but remain high.
Persons: Lauren Ancel Meyers, Dr, Meyers, Judith Persichilli, Covid, Ms, Persichilli, Washington — Organizations: Midwest Michigan Mich, Minnesota Minn, Wisconsin Wis, Dakota N.D, Ohio Ohio, Indiana Ind, Iowa Iowa, Nebraska Neb, Dakota S.D, Kansas Kan, Illinois Ill, Missouri Mo, Michigan Mich, Pennsylvania Pa, Hampshire N.H, Delaware Del, 17 Illinois Ill, Arkansas Ark, Oklahoma Okla, Tennessee Tenn ., Rhode, Connecticut Conn, The University of Texas, , Northeast New Hampshire N.H, Vermont Vt, Maine Maine, Virginia W.Va, Massachusetts Mass, 21 Maryland Md, New Jersey Department of Health, West New, West New Mexico N.M, Arizona Ariz, Colorado Colo, 54 Utah Utah, Alaska Alaska, Montana Mont, 40 Idaho Idaho, Nevada Nev, Washington Wash, Oregon Ore, California Calif, Hawaii Hawaii Locations: United States, Midwest, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Illinois, Missouri, 28, Delaware, 17 Illinois, 14, York, Arkansas, Oklahoma, 10, Jersey, Massachusetts, U.S, Northeast New Hampshire, Maine, Pennsylvania, 38, 21 Maryland, Washington, New Hampshire, New Jersey, — California, Oregon, — Arizona, Colorado , New Mexico, Utah, Idaho , Montana, Wyoming, West, West New Mexico, 54, Alaska, Montana, 40, Nevada, California, Hawaii, Southern
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