Florida Governor to veto Florida’s bid for Zika vaccine

A Florida governor on Wednesday said she will veto a bill to expand a statewide Zika vaccine and a bill that would allow the state to buy up to 50,000 doses of the virus-causing vaccine at a time.

The legislation, sponsored by Sen. David Simmons, R-St. Petersburg, also would prohibit cities from using state funds to buy vaccine, and would require vaccine makers to post information about potential side effects on the company’s website.

The governor said her vetoes would be contingent on the Zika outbreak not worsening.

“It is very disappointing to me to see what we’re seeing right now, where we’re at,” she said.

The governor, a Republican, has said she has no plans to seek reelection next year. “

My job is to protect the people of Florida and to make sure that they are protected.”

The governor, a Republican, has said she has no plans to seek reelection next year.

The Zika virus has killed more than 7,500 people in the U.S. and caused more than 12,000 cases of microcephaly, a rare neurological condition that can lead to severe developmental problems.

In Florida, where there are about 6,000 confirmed cases of the infection, only eight babies have died.

The bill would allow Florida to purchase up to 10,000 Zika doses at a single time.

Under the proposal, which was introduced in June, the state would be able to buy the vaccine for $3.99 a dose and would have the option to purchase a dose for $11.99.

Florida Gov.

Rick Scott speaks to reporters outside the Governor’s Mansion on May 25, 2017, in Tallahassee, Fla.

Scott said the legislation would “immediately put Florida on the map” for Zika vaccines.

The measure, which passed in the House on May 22, would require that vaccines be sold to pharmacies or manufacturers, not to individuals.

The state also would have to set up a “virtual pharmacy” where people can obtain Zika vaccine, pay for it online or at a local pharmacy, and pick up a vaccine at an office of the governor’s office.

Scott also said the state should allow insurers to cover the cost of vaccines if they are purchased by patients or their families.

The U.K. has also banned the sale of the Zika virus.

On Wednesday, the United Nations health agency said it is “deeply concerned” by the Zika vaccine.

“We are in a critical phase where there is little data about its effectiveness,” the agency said in a statement.

“While there are no vaccines yet available, the World Health Organization has called for immediate testing and a full assessment of its safety and efficacy.”

Canada’s newspaper business faces tough times, but ajit paper says

Ajit newspaper reports that Canadian newspaper business has faced a “dramatic slowdown” in recent years, citing a recent survey showing that fewer than half of Canadian newspaper subscribers read them daily.

In a report published by The Canadian Press (CP), Ajit’s executive director of communications, Scott Wooten, said that the print sector has seen a 20 per cent drop in subscriber count since 2011.

“In the first quarter of 2017, the average number of readership for the country’s five major print magazines was 2,974, a decline of 10 per cent from the same quarter a year earlier,” the report states.

“The overall decline in readership was even more dramatic in smaller cities and towns.”

Wooten said the industry was “not in a position to compete with online sources such as Amazon and Google News” for readers.

However, the report also found that online publishers have been able to “rebuild their subscriber base” thanks to a combination of advertising and digital content that helps drive “growth”.

“Our survey found that while print publishers have faced a number of challenges in the past few years, they are now seeing a dramatic slowdown,” the paper states.

According to the CP, the sector has been suffering from a “disorderly and sometimes toxic” environment since 2012.

The paper reported that the decline in the number of subscribers to newspapers and magazines has been largely attributed to a rise in the price of newspapers and the increasing number of online publications that have become available in recent times.

At the same time, a growing number of Canadians have opted to buy newspapers from the likes of Amazon, Google and Facebook, which have increased their revenues.

While the newspaper industry is not the only one to suffer, the “unintended consequences” of the industry’s decline are “unprecedented”, Wootens said.

It is “in the interest of all Canadians to be able to read our newspaper content on a regular basis,” he said.

“But the decline of readerships to print has had a significant impact on the quality and quantity of news that Canadians receive.”

“The decline of Canadian newspapers to online publications has also had a large impact on our news-gathering capacity,” he continued.

Woots added that the paper is also looking to address the issues that the industry faces with regard to digital content and advertising.

“[The] digital landscape is a huge concern to us, but we have to balance the digital landscape with the physical environment, and we will continue to do so,” he concluded.

Ajit is one of a handful of Canadian publishers to report lower revenue and subscriber counts in the first half of 2017 compared to the previous quarter.

But it is not just the newspaper sector that is suffering.

The CP also reported that online digital publishers, which were able to gain market share over the last few years have been unable to keep pace with the industry.

With a total market value of $5.6 billion, digital publishers accounted for 16.2 per cent of the Canadian market.

Meanwhile, online content publishers have grown significantly in recent quarters, reaching $9.2 billion in 2017.

A new study by CQ Economics also showed that Canadians’ consumption of digital media has increased by 8.4 per cent in the last 12 months.

For the first time, more Canadians are using mobile devices than desktop computers in 2017, according to CQ’s research.