Add Color to Your Life With blonde Hair Extensions

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Nowadays there are so many people using blonde hair extensions to make themselves look better and make themselves more attractive. Women are no longer limited to having straight black hair, with the advent of modern day technology we can now have blonde, brunette, redheads, cornrows, ash brown and even multi-color hair. The color of your hair is completely up to you but if you are looking for a change, whether you have always wanted blonde hair or not I am sure that you will find what you are looking for at a specialist website on the Internet. You will be able to upload pictures of your hair and specify the color that you want.


There are also many different types of extensions available, whether you want to clip in ones, sew in ones, glued in ones, weft strands or natural weaves. If you decide on using natural weaves then you will have to make sure that the hair is lying flat and that it does not bunch up when you brush against it. Clip on extensions are usually best if you do not want your hair to bunch up. If you choose to use to sew in extensions then you should make sure that they are fitted according to your own natural hair texture and length as well as what you want them to look like.


You can try out different styles by wearing your extension’s a variety of different ways, for instance, if you have long hair then you can tie it up or you can clip it in with some beautiful flowers that you have bought from an online store. Wefts are most commonly used for women who want to add a little bit of sex appeal to their hair, by adding some wefts you will be able to change your overall style. If you are a brunette and you are looking for some added class then you may consider using blonde hair extensions. Many celebrities have been spotted wearing these extensions such as Penelope Cruz, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera. If you want to be noticed and stand out from the crowd then why not go for the permanent hair extension option.…

Services Offered By Auto Repair Shops

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An auto repair shop is a place where auto technicians and auto mechanics repair cars. This can be in the form of a car repair shop, but more often than not a lot of auto repair shops will take the form of an auto body repair shop. These types of auto repair shops are the ones that specialize in fixing any type of vehicle and any type of engine on a given vehicle. Because of this specialty, these auto repair shops are usually only found in larger cities or on busy highways or freeways. They are less common in smaller towns or in places that are less populated.


Auto body shops are usually run by mechanics who have been training for several years and are certified by auto body associations. The mechanics are typically car enthusiasts who love working on cars, but also love to repair them at the same time. The auto repair shops do not specialize in one particular area, but instead provide repairs to most types of vehicles that a mechanic might encounter while working on them. This is because many times a mechanic might come across a car that needs repairs in one place, but might end up needing repairs in a completely different place if they do not know the right ways to address the issue.


Another service that many automobile repair shops offer is an oil change. When a person comes into a mechanic shop for an oil change, the mechanic will look over the car and do an inspection of the engine. After the inspection is complete, the mechanic will change the oil in the engine of the automobile. Many times a mechanic will suggest an oil change to a person when the engine is not cold. This is done so the engine will be cool enough to get an oil change without having to worry about the other problems that can occur if the oil is too hot.…

Pfizer, BioNTech Seek EU’s OK to Use COVID Vaccine on Kids

Pfizer Inc. furthermore, BioNTech have presented a solicitation to the European medication controller for the endorsement of their Covid immunization to be stretched out to incorporate youngsters 12 to 15 years of age, in a move that could offer more youthful and less in danger populaces in Europe admittance to the went interestingly.

In an explanation Friday, the two drugs said their accommodation to the European Meds Office depends on a high level examination in excess of 2,000 youths that demonstrated their antibody to be protected and viable. The youngsters will keep on being checked for longer-term insurance and wellbeing for an additional two years.

BioNTech and Pfizer have recently mentioned their crisis use approval with the U.S. Food and Medication Organization likewise be stretched out to youngsters 12 to 15 years of age.

German Wellbeing Clergyman Jens Spahn invited the news that the immunization may before long get the green light for more seasoned youngsters.

“This can have a further genuine effect to our antibody crusade, if endorsement is conceded,” he said uninvolved of a visit to an immunization producing plant in the German town of Reinbek.

The Coronavirus antibody made by Pfizer and BioNTech was the first to be conceded a greenlight by the EMA last December, when it was authorized for anybody 16 and over across the 27-country EU alliance.


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How Dabbing Tools Work

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When you hear the word dabbing tools, many people automatically think of a gun or some other device that is used to apply a variety of different kinds of adhesives onto different kinds of clothing, or whatever else you might want to dab the material on. While this is one way that dabbing tools can be used, it is not the only way. Dabbing Tools are the ones that do the actual work. Whether it is a gun or some other tool, the job that needs to be done is not the only way. The tools are the ones that do all of the hard work, by applying the adhesive to whatever it needs to go on.

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Dabbing Tools include things such as adhesives, tools, grinders, benders and more. These items are commonly used by professional painters in their studios, as well as at home. Dabbing Tools include things like e-strings, needles, carb cap, nails, adhesives, adhesive guns, masks, sponges, etc. Although it seems complicated, it is not. It all just comes down to following the proper procedure with the correct dabbing tools.


Good dabbing tools should have a round nose with a flat edge, a long handle, a ring for the carb cap and the tip of the needle. The carb cap helps to keep the material it is applied to from sticking to the needle. The needle also has a ring on it to help with getting the nail to stick into the material. A mask is used to help with breathing while the process is going on, and an air flow meter is used to see how much material is being heated up.…

India Sets Record of 386,000 Daily Virus Cases

India has set another global record with 386,452 daily coronavirus cases.

The Health Ministry on Friday also reported 3,498 deaths in the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 208,330. Experts believe both figures are an undercount, but it’s unclear by how much.

India’s pandemic response has been marred by insufficient data. An online appeal — signed by over 350 scientists Friday afternoon — asks the government to release data about the sequencing of virus variants, testing, recovered patients and how people were responding to vaccines.

The appeal says the “granular” data on testing was inaccessible to non-government experts and some government experts too.

India has set a daily global record for more than a week with an average of nearly 350,000 infections. Daily deaths have nearly tripled in the past three weeks, reflecting the intensity of the latest surge.

India has reported more than 18.7 million cases since the start of the pandemic, second only to the United States. Globally, total deaths rank fourth.



— India sets another global record with more than 386,000 daily cases

— Pfizer-BioNTech seeks vaccine approval for children ages 12-15

— Brazil backs away from the virus brink, but remains at risk

— As virus engulfs India, diaspora watches with despair


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TOKYO — A Japanese cruise ship operator says a passenger on its “Asuka II” ship has tested positive for the coronavirus, causing it to return to its home port of Yokohama, near Tokyo.

The infected passenger is in stable condition and resting in a cabin that’s been isolated, the operator, Nippon Yusen, said in a statement. The infected passenger was traveling with just one companion and other passengers didn’t have close contact, according to Yokohama City officials.

All the passengers had tested negative before the trip. But results of tests conducted at Thursday’s boarding were available the next day, when the tour already has begun, Nippon Yusen said. The ship on a domestic tour departed Yokohama on Thursday and was headed to Aomori and Hokkaido in northern Japan.

All facilities on the ship have been closed and all passengers are asked to stay in their cabins, the operator said.

The case is a reminder of an outbreak on a luxury cruise ship Diamond Princess, where more than 700 of its 3,700 passengers got infected during a two-week quarantine on board at the Yokohama port. Thirteen people died.

Overall, Japan has totaled more than 580,000 confirmed cases and 10,200 confirmed deaths. Tokyo and three other metropolitan areas are currently under a state of emergency because of a surge of infections.


Pfizer and BioNTech have submitted a request for European Union drug regulators to extend the approval of the companies’ coronavirus vaccine to include children ages 12 to 15, a move that could offer younger and less at-risk populations in Europe access to the shots for the first time.

In a statement on Friday, the two companies said their submission to the European Medicines Agency was based on an advanced study in more than 2,000 adolescents that showed the vaccine to be safe and effective. The children will continue to be monitored for longer-term protection and safety for another two years.

BioNTech and Pfizer previously had requested their emergency use authorization with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration also be extended to children 12-15.

The COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech was the first one to be granted a greenlight by the EMA in December, when it was licensed for anyone age 16 and over across the 27-nation EU.


MADRID — Spanish health authorities say they have started giving Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine doses to participants in a government-led study involving young people who received a first dose of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.

Researchers from Spain’s Carlos III Institute want to study the effects of mixing vaccines from different manufacturers as they look for a second dose alternative following very rare brain blood clots linked to the vaccine produced by AstraZeneca.

Experts say the risks of the British=Swedish pharmaceutical company’s vaccine are less than the clot risk healthy women face while on birth control.

A total of 400 people were given the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for their second dose until Thursday, Spain’s Health Ministry said Friday, while 200 other people have been recruited as part of the study’s control group.

Five major hospitals across Spain are involved, and results are expected in mid-May.

There are about 2 million people under age 60 who received a first shot of the AstraZeneca vaccine before Spanish authorities halted its use in that age group.

Individuals who received their first dose on Feb. 8 should receive a second dose by May 8, according to the vaccine manufacturer’s recommendation. Authorities say that delaying the second shot is safe.


ISLAMABAD — Pakistan’s minister for planning and development warned his countrymen Friday that the number of critically ill COVID-19 patients is rapidly increasing and the next few weeks will be critical for the impoverished Islamic nation.

Asad Umar, who oversees Pakistan’s response to the coronavirus, said as many as 5,360 patients with COVID-19 were on oxygen support at hospitals. That is 57% more than the number of COVID-19 patients who were critically ill during Pakistan’s previous outbreak peak in June, he said.

Umar tweeted that Pakistan has managed the situation but “no system can cope if we allow the disease to spread rapidly”.

Pakistan on Friday reported more than 5,000 new confirmed cases and 131 virus-related deaths in 24 hours. Since last year, Pakistan has reported 17,680 deaths among 815,711 confirmed cases

The government earlier this week deployed troops in high-risk cities to stop people from violating social distancing rules.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has said he will be forced to impose a lockdown if the positivity rate does not decrease.


LISBON, Portugal – Residents of Portugal will be able to go to cinemas, stores and restaurants on Saturday night as the country continues its gradual easing of a prolonged COVID-19 lockdown.

The land border with neighboring Spain will also reopen from Saturday after closing to non-essential travel in January, when Portugal was the country hit worst by the pandemic in the world by size of population.

Limits on indoor seating capacity at restaurants and cafes will remain from Saturday onward, however. The wearing of face masks is also mandatory, if social distancing is not possible, as is working from home.

Portugal’s virus incidence rate per 100,000 population over 14 days — a key pandemic measure — has fallen to 67 from 1,628 at the end of January.

Intensive care units in the country of 10.3 million people were treating more than 900 patients in early February, but now are looking after 88.


BUDAPEST— Hungary will loosen several COVID-19 pandemic restrictions for holders of a government-issued immunity card in the latest round of reopenings that the government has tied to the number of administered vaccines.

Beginning Saturday morning, card holders may access indoor dining rooms, hotels, theaters, cinemas, spas, gyms, libraries, museums and other recreational venues. Opening hours for businesses will also be extended to 11 p.m., and the start of an overnight curfew in place since November will be extended until midnight.

Prime Minister Viktor Orban says the reopening comes as Hungary reaches 4 million first-dose vaccinations, representing about 40% of the population.

“In the past, we defended ourselves by closing, thereby slowing the spread of the virus. But now we are on the attack,” he said. “The vaccine is like a bulletproof vest, the virus bounces off of it.”

Hungary is the only country in the European Union to use vaccines from China and Russia in addition to Western jabs. It has the second highest vaccination rate in the EU, but a devastating pandemic surge in the spring has given it the highest total death rate per 1 million inhabitants in the world, according to Johns Hopkins University.


ROME — Italy is nearing its goal of administering a half-million COVID-19 vaccines a day.

Premier Mario Draghi’s office said early Friday that provisional data indicates some 497,993 doses were administered on Thursday, a daily record.

Italy’s vaccine czar has aimed to have at least 500,000 shots administered per day by the end of April, to reach the goal of inoculating 80% of the population by September. Italy was the one-time epicenter of the outbreak in Europe and still has the world’s sixth highest confirmed death toll at 120,544, second only to Britain in Europe.

The vaccination campaign got off to a slow start because of delivery delays, logistical hiccups and organizational decisions that didn’t fully prioritize Italy’s oldest and most vulnerable residents. Some 300 people are still dying each day.

But the campaign has accelerated in recent weeks and to date some 19.4 million doses have been administered, with 5.75 million people receiving both jabs, according to Health Ministry data.


PARIS — France has announced its first confirmed cases of the virus variant that is sweeping over India, just as the French president outlined a national reopening plan after six months of virus restrictions.

The Health Ministry announced late Thursday night that three people tested positive for the new variant in the Bouches-du-Rhone and Lot et Garonne regions of southern France. All three had traveled to India, and are under medical observation.

Authorities are seeking to trace their contacts and investigating other suspected cases, the ministry said. It noted that the variant has been detected in at least six other European countries.

France last week stepped up virus controls for travelers arriving from India as well as some other countries where variants are spreading.

The announcement came as French President Emmanuel Macron laid out a four-stage reopening process aimed at boosting the economy, welcoming back tourists and lifting nearly all of France’s virus restrictions by June 30.

The vast majority of France’s virus cases now involve the more contagious, more dangerous variant first identified in Britain. France has reported one of the worlds highest virus death tolls, at more than 103,000 deaths.


SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — A record surge in COVID-19 infections in Costa Rica forced the government to announce new restrictions Thursday that will dial back the country’s economic reopening.

Health Minister Daniel Salas said that in the prior 24-hour period, Costa Rica had tallied 2,781 new infections, the highest daily total since the country’s first case was confirmed in March 2020. Fifteen people died of COVID-19 during the same period.

“Non-essential” businesses in central Costa Rica, including the capital, were told to close and stronger sanctions were announced for businesses violating reduced capacity rules for their venues.

The rapid increase in infections has stressed the country’s public health system. The intensive care units of public hospitals had reached 94% of their capacity.

Costa Rica will however continue in-person learning. Salas said that while infections had been identified at schools the vast majority were isolated and in total that represented only 6% of the country’s schools.

Costa Rica has confirmed more than 248,000 COVID-19 infections and more than 3,200 deaths.


SAO PAULO, Brazil — Brazil on Thursday became the second country to officially top 400,000 COVID-19 deaths, losing another 100,000 lives in just one month, as some health experts warn there may be gruesome days ahead when the Southern Hemisphere enters winter.

April was Brazil’s deadliest month of the pandemic, with thousands of people losing their lives daily at crowded hospitals.

The country’s Health Ministry registered more than 4,000 deaths on two days early in the month, and its seven-day average topped out at above 3,100. That figure has tilted downward in the last two weeks, to less than 2,400 deaths per day, though on Thursday the Health Ministry announced another 3,001 deaths, bring Brazil’s total to 401,186.

Local health experts have celebrated the recent decline of cases and deaths, plus the eased pressure on the Brazilian health care system