For a brief moment over the summer, after Columbia announced it would be going virtual, Sarah was sure she’d have to leave New York. COVID 19’s in-person restrictions — namely in New York state, which was struggling significantly with the virus in March and April — led to the Trump administration telling students they’d have to leave the country if they didn’t have in-person classes to attend. It’s not lost on her why that order was quickly rescinded. “International students are considered cash cows. We’re financially useful,” she told me, folding and unfolding her face mask on her lap. “Universities were like, ‘Don’t mess with my bag. We need our international students because we need them to pay full tuition.’” … [Read more...] about At 24, Sarah Is Set To Graduate College — But Will She Have A Place In America?
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A report released by the MoIT shows that during the first eight months of the year, the local garment and textile industry contributed approximately US$22 billion to the country's overall export turnover, despite recording declines of more than 11% compared to the same period last year. Indeed, resurgence of novel coronavirus outbreaks globally has also caused more difficulties for Vietnamese textile and garment production, along with exports. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES SEPTEMBER 10
The ministries of National Defence and Public Security and localities need to control and strictly punish those illegally entering Vietnam, while the ministries of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, Finance, and Planning and Investment are asked to continue submitting to the PM measures to carry out the second phase of the social welfare assistance package and propose other packages in support of others, especially the unemployed. … [Read more...] about Latest Coronavirus News in Vietnam & Southeast Asia September 12
Nguyen Hoang Dung, an economist and former R&D director of the HCM City Institute of Economy and Management, said: "It is necessary to analyse the reasons why the recent support packages are difficult to disburse. If the conditions are too difficult, they can be relaxed. If banks or officials in charge of approving applications cause difficulties for businesses, that should be corrected immediately. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES SEPTEMBER 13
3:03 p.m. Placer County health officer resigns after officials declare ‘end of local COVID-19 health emergency’: Dr. Aimee Sisson resigned as Placer County health officer, effective Sept. 25, after county supervisors unanimnously declared the county’s local health emergency ended. She said in a Sept. 8 memo that supervisors’ action “made it clear that I can no longer effectively serve in my role.” Sisson said she was grateful for the privilege “of protecting and promoting the health of Placer County’s 400,000 residents.” County Executive Officer Todd Leopold said in a statement that her leadership in response to the pandemic positioned the county “to continue safely reopening our economy while still taking necessary precautions.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus news from the Bay Area: Sept. 10-11