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Donald Trump has declared himself “immune” from the coronavirus, nearly one week after leaving Walter Reed hospital where he was being treated for Covid-19.“It seems like I’m immune,” the US president said in an interview with Fox News.“It looks like I’m immune for, I don’t know, maybe a long time or maybe a short time. It could be a lifetime. Nobody really knows. But I’m immune. So the president is in very good shape.”He added: “I have to tell you, I feel fantastically. I really feel good.“And I even feel good by the fact that, you know, the word immunity means something — having really a protective glow means something.“I think it’s very important to have that, to have that is a very important thing.”Trump begins his second interview with Maria Bartiromo in the last four days by claiming he's "immune" from Covid pic.twitter.com/FdghrIvxqS— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 11, 2020 Though scientists believe patients who recover from Covid-19 have some immunity, how much and for how long has not yet been determined.Recorded reinfections have been rare so far, but very few diseases leave people completely immune for life, reported The Associated Press.Trump’s comments came after his physician, Sean Conley, released a brief statement declaring Trump no longer poses a risk of transmitting the coronavirus to others.Conley, however, did not state in his memo whether Trump has tested negative for the virus. “By currently recognised standards,” Trump is “no longer considered a transmission risk to others,” noted the unsigned statement by White House physician Dr. Sean Conley.He added the “assortment of advanced diagnostic tests obtained reveal there is no longer evidence of actively replicating virus”.Melissa Miller, a clinical microbiologist at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, told the New York Times that no test can definitively show if a person at the end of a coronavirus infection is still contagious and poses a risk to others.The White House has been extraordinarily tight-lipped about the exact nature of Trump’s illness and recovery.It remains unclear when the president contracted coronavirus. The White House has refused to reveal when Trump last tested negative.Trump plans to resume his campaign rallies in the coming days.Related...
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Pokemon GO “The Seasons Change” event is ready to roll, starting on October 9, 2020, lasting all weekend. If you’re playing Pokemon GO right now, you’ll likely notice that you’ve got a whole bunch of bonuses coming your way, new Pokemon out in the wild, and the release of a pair of Shiny Pokemon. Bonuses for this event include 2x … Continue reading
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Slack is useful to connect with your teammates and avoid sending them emails for things that can be discussed quickly through a chat. However, to talk to a person from a client or partner organization whom you interact with regularly, you’d need to email them and maybe even schedule a meeting or call them to check a trivial detail. Now, Slack is solving that problem by introducing a new feature called Connect DMs that’ll let you chat with someone from outside your organization through just a few clicks. This sounds like an email but in a chat format. In June, the… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Slack
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The British public should live “fearlessly” but with “common sense” as the Covid-19 pandemic gathers momentum again this winter, Boris Johnson has said. The PM also defended the much-criticised test and trace system, saying it was “not perfect” but “outstanding” compared to other countries’, and said chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme, which has been blamed for a spike in infections, has saved thousands of jobs. Speaking to BBC One’s Andrew Marr Show as the virtual Conservative Party conference gets underway, the prime minister also answered Tory critics who claim the leader has lost his spark and may be battling so-called “long Covid”. “It’s not tittle tattle, it’s drivel,” he said, warning it would be seen as “totally inappropriate” to approach the pandemic with “buoyancy and elan” when lives were at stake. Pressed on his health, after he spent time in intensive care earlier this year, he said: “No, I had a nasty bout, no question.”Denying he had long Covid, which sees exhaustion continue for months, he said: “No, no, not in my case.” He added: “It is not tittle tattle, it is balderdash and nonsense.“I can tell you I’m fitter than several butchers’ dogs.”The PM also sounded the alarm that the run up to Christmas could mean further lockdown restrictions. Prime Minister Boris Johnson on local restrictions: "I know people are furious with me and they’re furious with the government but… it's going to continue to be bumpy through to Christmas. It may even be bumpy beyond"#Marr#Covid_19https://t.co/iUFQLFuY4Jpic.twitter.com/YVAKc3CzuW— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) October 4, 2020“I appreciate the fatigue that people are experiencing… but we have to work together, follow the guidance and get the virus down whilst keeping the economy moving,” he said. Presenter Andrew Marr then interrupted and said “people are exhausted, they’re furious,” before Johnson replied: “They’re furious at me and they’re furious for the government, but… I’ve got to tell you in all candour it’s going to continue to be bumpy through to Christmas, it may even be bumpy beyond.” He added the government was trying to strike a balance, adding: “What we want people to do is behave fearlessly but with common sense, to follow the guidance – whether national or local – get the virus down but allow us as a country to continue with our priorities.”Johnson said the UK would be in a different position in spring, but pressed on whether his government had “overpromised and under-delivered” during the pandemic, he said it was important to offer “hope”. He went on to say he does not “want to get people’s hopes up on the vaccine unnecessarily”.He said: “It’s possible that we will make significant progress on the vaccine this year.“I went to see the scientists at AstraZeneca in Oxford and those teams and they seem to be doing fantastically well.“But I don’t want to get people’s hopes up on the vaccine unnecessarily because I think there is a chance but it is not certain.”Asked about the Eat Out To Help Out scheme and claims that government was pressing people to return to the office earlier, Johnson said: “I think it was right to reopen the economy. I think if we hadn’t done that Andrew, if we hadn’t got things moving again in the summer, I mean we would be looking at many more hundreds of thousands of jobs lost.”Amid claims the Eat Out To Help Out meal voucher scheme had spread the virus, Johnson simply said it was “important” to keep jobs viable. He said: “I also think, I also think that it is important now, irrespective of whether Eat Out To Help Out you know, what the balance of there was, it unquestionably helped to protect many… there are two million jobs at least in the hospitality sector.“It was very important to keep those jobs going. Now, if it, insofar as that scheme may have helped to spread the virus, then obviously we need to counteract that and we need to counteract that with the discipline and the measures that we’re proposing.“I hope you understand the balance we’re trying to strike.”Related...
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When working with ASP.NET web applications, you will want to protect certain pieces of application data, called user secrets, that should not be shared with others. Your user secrets might include a database connection string that also contains the user ID and the password for the database. You might also want to refrain from sharing information such as access keys, API keys, and connection information details for cloud services such as Azure or AWS.However, when you share your project with others this secret information also will be shared. How can we prevent this? A feature in ASP.NET Core named User Secrets allows you to store user secrets outside your project tree in a JSON file, and can even be managed using a command-line tool called the Secrets Manager. This article talks about how you can work with the User Secrets API in ASP.NET Core.To read this article in full, please click here